New sketch released of Sterling robbery suspect
The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office has released an additional sketch of a man believed to have robbed four women in the Sterling area. —Photo courtesy LCSO
Fri., Mar. 7 | 12:20 PM - The Loudoun County Sheriff's Office has released another composite sketch of a man believed to be involved in four robberies in Sterling.
Detectives have now released two sketches based on information garnered from two victims struck the week of Feb. 9.
School Board approves Theater Academy pilot at Heritage High
Fri., Mar. 7 | 11:44 AM - Students from Loudoun County Public School's theater and drama programs made quite an impression Feb. 25 during the school board's regularly scheduled public comment session.
Airport authority’s chief builder sets an example for excellence
Fri., Mar. 7 | 06:00 AM - As the new vice president of for engineering for the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, Ginger Evans is showing what's possible for women in engineering.
Loudoun homeowners riding the assessment wave up
Thu., Mar. 6 | 11:40 AM - From 2013 to 2014, the change in the county's equalized property value is slightly more than 4 percent, bringing in more than $2 billion in revenue.
Loudoun School Board refuses to offer supervisors a ‘cut list’
Loudoun County’s Board of Supervisors and School Board meet March 8 at 9 a.m. at the county government building to discuss the fiscal 2015 LCPS budget. Times-Mirror File Photo
Wed., Mar. 5 | 08:02 PM - Loudoun County supervisors were none too pleased to receive a letter yesterday from School Board Chairman Eric Hornberger telling them the School Board will not be responding to the supervisors' request.
Online petition protests proposed Paul VI move
Wed., Mar. 5 | 05:11 PM - As Paul VI Catholic High School weighs a move to Loudoun, parents and community members are campaigning for the school to stay put at its current location.
Frozenomics: How the extreme cold impacts businesses and could cause a rise in insurance premiums
A Dollar Tree in Sterling which was required to shutter its doors due to the snow and ice. - Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser
Wed., Mar. 5 | 01:48 PM - The polar vortex has impacted local business; insurance premiums may rise.
Appointments made to Leesburg diversity panel
Wed., Mar. 5 | 01:30 PM - The Town of Leesburg's Diversity Task Force, created Dec. 10 after issues arose about the lack of minority employees and applicants in the town, now has members.
Leesburg budget presented at Town Council
Wed., Mar. 5 | 11:28 AM - Budget season has started for the Town of Leesburg.
UPDATE: Middleburg gets county’s first charter school
Wed., Mar. 5 | 01:00 AM - The Loudoun County School Board voted to accept the application of the Middleburg Community Charter School at a work session and action meeting Tuesday night.
Southern Poverty Law Center defends ‘hate group’ designation of Delgaudio group
Loudoun Supervisor Eugene Delgaudio (R-Sterling) often uses the term “radical homosexuals” in fundraising emails and he has referred to members of the LGBT community as “perverts.” Times-Mirror File Photo
Tue., Mar. 4 | 05:54 PM - The SPLC's Heidi Beirich said Tuesday her organization fully intends to stand by its classification of Delgaudio's Public Advocate as an anti-gay hate group.