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Plans for a new 40-room inn are in the works in Middleburg

Banbury Cross Polo Club co-owner Nelson Gunnell said this week he is considering plans for developing a new sporting club house and 40-room country inn at his polo field off of Route 50 east of downtown Middleburg.

Samantha Tunador pictured with her brother, Alex Scott. Facebook

Loudoun man with cerebral palsy still awaiting his return to Sterling group home

More than two weeks after an emergency injunction was filed to return a man with cerebral palsy back to his longtime group home in Sterling, Loudoun County has yet to complete the training necessary for his return.

Loudoun supervisors agree on final vision statement, goals for new Comprehensive Plan

Loudoun Supervisors agreed Thursday night on a final vision statement and goals for its new Comprehensive Plan.

Obituary: Jane Waddell, mother of Attorney General Mark Herring, dies at 84

Jane R. Waddell, the mother of Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring and wife of former state Sen. Charlie Waddell, died May 12. She was 84.

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Supermom: Leesburg mother of 14 juggles motherhood, business and education

Despite the potential for chaos, 44-year-old Umbel tackles life with a smile on her face and a calm persona. A Muslim convert at the age of 15, she married at 16 to her husband, who is a Pakistani-Indian.

Kai Johns reunited with Army buddy Rob Harmon, who gave Johns a kidney. Times-Mirror/Chantalle Edmunds

Ashburn man receives kidney from Army buddy he hadn’t seen in 15 years

For Ashburn's Kai Johns and former comrade Sgt. First Class Rob Harmon, Army roots have always run deep, but now the men have a different kind of bond after Johns received a life-saving kidney donation from Harmon.

Samantha Tunador pictured with her brother, Alex Scott. Facebook

Man with cerebral palsy forbidden from returning to longtime county group home

For more than a month, 45-year-old Alex Scott, who has cerebral palsy, was forced to stay at Inova Hospital in Lansdowne after the county would not allow him to return to his group home of 23 years in Sterling without a feeding tube.

Loudoun County Family Services Department gets a new director

Former Arlington County Department of Human Services’ Aging and Disabilitiy Services Division chief Glenda Blake began her new position last week as Loudoun County’s director of family services.

Loudoun supervisors debate ‘transition’ language in Comprehensive Plan vision statement

As Loudoun heads into Phase III of its Comprehensive Plan process, the Board of Supervisors considered a draft high-level vision statement and goals for the new plan Tuesday night.

Lisa Sturtevant, of Lisa Sturtevant & Associates; Kim Hart of the Windy Hill Development; Todd Pearson of B.F. Saul Company and Loudoun’s Department of Economic Development Buddy Rizer lead housing discussion at the Loudoun Chamber of Commerce’s PolicyMakers Series: The State of Housing. Times-Mirror/Sydney Kashiwagi

Public, private sectors offer insight on how Loudoun should meet future housing needs

As Loudoun County braces for tens of thousands of new residents and jobs over the next several decades, the county, developers and independent groups are scrambling to figure out how to accommodate that growth.

Race, interfaith clashes creep into National Day of Prayer debate in Loudoun

A prominent Lansdowne pastor says she has concerns the National Day of Prayer event in Leesburg slated for Thursday isn't inclusive enough.

Loudoun Cares honors 15 people and groups that enrich the county

Loudoun Cares, a nonprofit organization that serves as hub collaborator for other local nonprofits, presented 15 awards to dedicated Loudoun residents who volunteer hundreds of hours of their time during an awards ceremony April 28.

Hayden Russell, domino enthusiast. Times-Mirror/Chantalle Edmunds

Aldie teen displays ‘Dynamic Domino’ talents to the world

Fifteen-year-old Hayden Russell of Aldie has loved constructing domino structures since he was a small boy.

Courtesy Photo/Kid Brother

Leesburg-based band taking the region’s music scene by storm

For Christian Neonakis, playing to packed crowds as the front man of the band Kid Brother in the region's music scene is a far cry from growing up in woodlands near to Baltimore.

Facebook/Jonathan Allen

Kismet: Stone Bridge alum Allen goes to the Redskins in Thursday’s NFL Draft

Some say “everything happens for a reason,” and that seemed to be the case at the first round of the NFL Draft in downtown Philadelphia Thursday night.

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