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As the number of teen suicides rises, mental health professionals look for ways to curb the trend

In an effort to help teens at risk of suicide in Loudoun, mental health professionals from the county and around the region came together recently to find solutions to the tragic trend.

Rockin’ with the Redskins at Vanish Brewery

Over 1,000 fans of Redskins football, country music and craft beer gathered at Vanish Brewery north of Leesburg Saturday to kickoff the NFL season.

Coding is elementary at Loudoun County Public Schools

Three elementary schools in Loudoun County have become the only computer science immersion schools in the commonwealth.

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Virginia Sen. Dick Black says no Confederate soldiers died fighting for slavery

State Sen. Dick Black (R-13th) says no Confederate soldiers died fighting for slavery, a comment one George Mason University historian called, “at the very least, a misleading overstatement.”
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Lower Foley, an area of the TPA staff envision could house more residential development under the new Comprehensive Plan.

Loudoun Comprehensive Plan stakeholders eye doing away with transition policy area

As Loudoun continues to face immense pressure to grow and meet future housing needs, the county’s Comprehensive Plan Stakeholders team grappled with a controversial question on Monday: Keep the transition policy area (TPA) or do away with the status quo?

Leesburg council scolds county over sinkhole communication

The fallout from the Pennington Lot sinkholes continued Monday and Tuesday nights as Leesburg Town Council scolded builders for not telling the town and the public sooner.

Loudoun County women recall Hurricane Irma experience

When Hurricane Irma hit St. John in the U.S. Virgin Islands last Wednesday, four Loudoun residents were stuck on the island waiting out the storm of a lifetime.

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MORE: Kenyon out as Morven Park’s executive director

After just 20 months on the job, Stephanie Kenyon is out as executive director at historic Morven Park, a 1,000-acre estate and equestrian park in Leesburg.

School Board delays decision on reinstating transportation appeal process for parents

Loudoun parents with safety concerns about their child’s bus stop will have to continue to work with the Loudoun County Public Schools Transportation Department, as the school system has yet to decide on reinstating a formal appeal process.

Herndon teen charged in Sterling burglary, assault

A Herndon teenager has been charged in connection with the burglary of a Sterling residence on Friday night during which he assaulted a juvenile female, the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office announced Wednesday.

UPDATE: Four Loudoun schools recovering from power outages

Hillsboro, Mountain View and Round Hill Elementary Schools and Woodgrove High School experienced power outages Wednesday morning.

Leesburg’s 109-year-old Confederate statue. Times-Mirror/Alexander Todd Erkiletian

Loudoun County supervisor to seek guidance on courthouse grounds memorial

Supervisor Geary Higgins (R-Catoctin) plans to ask the Heritage Commission to recommend how the county can “fully reflect” the events on Leesburg’s courthouse grounds without removing the controversial Confederate soldier statue.

Amazon’s headquarters in Seattle, Washington. Amazon.com

Loudoun County creates ad hoc committee in hopes of landing Amazon’s HQ2

With 37 days left to submit its request for proposal in hopes of landing “the deal of the decade” -- Amazon’s highly sought after second headquarters known as HQ2 -- Loudoun County on Tuesday approved the creation of an ad-hoc committee to help its Department of Economic Development land the deal.

Drive-thru breakfast truck opens in prime Hillsboro location

A new food truck from the owners of Grange and Grub, a farm located on Purcellville Road near Hillsboro, has launched a drive-thru-style breakfast spot along on Rt. 9 in Hillsboro.

Senate approves measure condemning white nationalists

The Senate has approved a resolution condemning white supremacists, neo-Nazis and other hate groups following a white-nationalist rally in Virginia that descended into deadly violence.

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