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J.J. and LeAnne McNamara of Purcellville, organizers of the Orange Ribbon Campaign against hate.Times-Mirror/Alexander Todd Erkiletian

‘Silence is consent:’ Loudoun community bands together for campaign against racism

When LeAnne McNamara and her family woke up the Sunday of Martin Luther King Jr. weekend, they were horrified to learn a nearby neighborhood had been peppered with Ku Klux Klan propaganda.

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Amazon web subsidiary approved for Dulles South area

While Loudoun County anxiously awaits a decision on where Amazon will locate its $5 billion second headquarters, supervisors on Tuesday approved a rezoning request that will allow a nearly 600,000-square-foot data center for the media giant’s web service subsidiary.

Loudoun County sheriff’s deputy accidentally shoots self, sustains non-life threatening injuries

A Loudoun County Sheriff's Office deputy is recovering today after the deputy was injured by an unintentional duty weapon discharge, according to a statement from the sheriff's office.

Suicide prevention resolution voted down in Virginia House

A resolution urging Virginia schools to increase their suicide prevention efforts has failed as Republicans on a House Rules subcommittee defeated the proposal in a 3-4 vote.

Montgomery County joins lawsuit against FieldTurf, company used for Loudoun schools’ turf fields

Montgomery County, Maryland, is the latest jurisdiction to join a class action lawsuit against synthetic turf company FieldTurf, questioning the company’s claims on field quality, durability and safety.

Sterling man indicted for obstructing terrorism investigation

A federal grand jury returned an indictment Tuesday charging a Sterling man with obstructing a terrorism investigation.

Loudoun real property values reach near pre-recession assessments

“This may be the first time that those values exceed 2006 pre-recession peak values,” said Jim White, deputy commissioner with the office’s real estate division.

Joshua Thiel wins Leesburg special election

Joshua Thiel was elected Leesburg’s newest council member in Tuesday night’s special election.

Update: Loudoun schools closed Wednesday

Loudoun County Public School officials have upgraded the previous delay to a full closure because of the weather. Administrative offices will open at 10 a.m.

Slapfish seafood to open in One Loudoun this summer

California-based Slapfish recently announced it will be opening its first East Coast location in Ashburn at One Loudoun this summer.

Simpson Middle School to host town hall to address parents’ safety concerns

Rumors circulating the J.L. Simpson Middle School community have left parents with a host of concerns. After wondering about disciplinary measures and substance abuse in school the past couple weeks, parents hope to get much-needed answers at a community forum Wednesday.

Leesburg mayor sets growth-oriented agenda for 2018 in her ‘State of the Town’

Leesburg Mayor Kelly Burk set an agenda for growth and addressing longtime issues during her 2018 State of the Town address Monday night.

John Miller IV. Courtesy photo

Lansdowne driver found guilty in connection to deadly crash seeks work release

John Miller IV, the driver jailed for a year in connection with the death of Lansdowne baby Tristan Schulz, is seeking to return to work while spending his nights in jail.

Loudoun Public Schools celebrate Black History Month

Like school systems throughout America, Loudoun County Public Schools is celebrating African American History Month in February.

Trader Joe’s on tap for One Loudoun?

The popular grocery chain is working to finalize plans to move into the Ashburn space formerly occupied by The Fresh Market, according to Loudoun County building permits.

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