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Several residents were displaced Saturday after a two-alarm fire in the Stone Ridge community. Photo Courtesy/Loudoun Fire and Rescue

Stone Ridge residents displaced after two-alarm fire

Several residents were displaced Saturday after improperly disposed fireworks caused a two-alarm fire in the Stone Ridge community, according to the Loudoun County Fire Marshal's Office.

Shooting leaves Leesburg man in critical condition

A Leesburg man was arrested Friday, charged with shooting a man multiple times during an 11 p.m. altercation in the 800 block of Rhonda Place SE.

Things to know about former Sen. Jim Webb

A look at former Virginia Sen. Jim Webb, who announced Thursday he would seek the Democratic presidential nomination.

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Loudoun organization seeks big solutions from unlikely sources

A Loudoun-based national solutions think-tank of sorts gears up for a new year of collecting ideas worldwide to solve problems on all levels, and this time they’re bringing students into the mix.

The Yummy Pig opened in May on Catoctin Circle in Leesburg.Times-Mirror/Cynthia Kinsey

The Yummy Pig moves into Leesburg

If you mourned the closing of The Q Company, a newcomer has taken over the Catoctin Circle location: Yummy Pig.

Bluemont Concert Series returns to downtown Leesburg

The Bluemont Concert Series has once again returned to downtown Leesburg. This year's series will showcase performers from across the country.

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Loudoun showing strong at World Police and Fire Games

As the World Police and Fire Games are underway across the region, members of Loudoun County’s emergency services community are already bringing home medals.

Loudoun County Public Schools considers dropping mid-term, final exams

Despite media reports to the contrary, no decision has been made regarding Loudoun County Public Schools dropping mid-term and final exams.

Sterling man convicted of perjury, jury recommends 10-year sentence

A Loudoun County jury on June 30 recommended 10 years in prison for a Sterling man who lied about being assaulted by a deputy.

Ashburn business burglarized

An Ashburn business was burglarized Wednesday after someone damaged a back door to gain entry.
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