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    Virginia Supreme Court rules judge lacked authority over Yelp information
    Sat., Apr. 18 | 08:11 AM - A Virginia judge lacked authority to order the website Yelp to reveal the names of people who posted negative comments about a carpet cleaning business, the Virginia Supreme Court ruled Thursday.

    Leesburg Police said the driver of a Porsche intentionally rammed his vehicle several times near the fuel tank of a Freightliner truck. Photo Courtesy/Leesburg Police Department

    Waterford man arrested following Leesburg road rage incident
    Fri., Apr. 17 | 04:41 PM - A Waterford man was arrested today following a road rage incident in Leesburg where police said he intentionally rammed his Porsche several times near the fuel tank of a Freightliner truck.
    Virginia Tech massacre, as told in government emails
    Fri., Apr. 17 | 04:27 PM - Emails that circulated among then-Gov. Tim Kaine’s staff on April 16, 2007, offer a unique window on how state government operated in a crisis – the mass shootings at Virginia Tech. The emails are part of a special collection at the Library of Virginia.
    Leesburg mosque preps for new home
    Fri., Apr. 17 | 01:00 PM - An Islamic mosque in Leesburg hopes to have its own building soon after putting in a site plan request with the Loudoun Board of Supervisors.

    Ashburn Pub has been a friendly eastern Loudoun neighborhood spot since 1995. Courtesy Photo

    A claim to fame at Ashburn Pub
    Fri., Apr. 17 | 07:43 AM - Gaining even greater fame because of its recent television appearance, The Ashburn Pub has been a public favorite and popular local watering hole for nearly 20 years.
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    Leesburg council signs off on fiscal 2016-2017 budget
    Thu., Apr. 16 | 12:49 PM - The nonpartisan Leesburg Town Council on Tuesday passed the coming year's spending plan.

    Maimah Karmo, of Aldie, a breast cancer survivor, founded The Tigerlily Foundation. To date, its raised more than $1 million for the cause. Photo Courtesy/

    Aldie’s Maimah Karmo has a passion for empowering women
    Thu., Apr. 16 | 12:31 PM - Karmo, a breast cancer survivor, founded the The Tigerlily Foundation

    The Hill Highl Marketplace in Round Hill has been a staple for decades. Now its doors are open to artists seeking studio space. Photo Courtesy/Hill High Marketplace

    Hill High Marketplace provides artists working space
    Thu., Apr. 16 | 08:00 AM - In keeping with an effort to be a center of organic local food, wine, beer and art, Hill High Marketplace in Round Hill will opens its doors May 1 to working artists seeking studio space.

    State Del. David Ramadan announced April 15 he will not seek re-election in November 2015. He served two terms representing the 87th District that spans portions of Loudoun and Prince William counties. Facebook/David Ramadan

    MORE: Delegate David Ramadan won’t seek re-election
    Wed., Apr. 15 | 10:31 AM - Ramadan, who represents portions of Sterling, Dulles and South Riding and south into Prince William County, announced his decision today on the House floor in Richmond.

    Redskins headquarters in Ashburn. Times-Mirror File

    A Redskins stadium in Loudoun?
    Wed., Apr. 15 | 10:30 AM - Along with the recent revelation that Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) is determined to find a Virginia home for a new Washington Redskins stadium comes clouds of questions: Where are the best sites? How would the facility be funded? When could it be built? And, what we all want to know, could it possibly land in Loudoun?

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