U-Va. dean bashes Rolling Stone article in open letter
Thu., Apr. 23 | 11:31 PM - An associate dean of students at the University of Virginia said Wednesday a widely discredited Rolling Stone article caused her professional and personal harm.
Calvary Temple’s contentious history
Former congregants of Calvary Temple, a Pentecostal church in Sterling, are accusing the church’s leadership of sexual and physical abuse. Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser
Wed., Apr. 22 | 07:00 AM - Investigations date to 1982, reach across the ocean to Kenya
Traffic dodging Route 7 turkey euthanized in Sterling
A turkey, shown here in a Twitter photo by Leanne Wiberg crossing Route 7 near Dulles Town Center, was euthanized today. Photo Courtesy/Twitter
Mon., Apr. 20 | 06:28 PM - The Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries on Monday euthanized a turkey that for weeks had caused traffic problems on Route 7 near CountrySide Boulevard in Sterling.
Sexual assault task force releases findings
Thu., Mar. 19 | 04:44 PM - Virginia should create a database of college students who are expelled for committing sexual assaults, and every college and university in the commonwealth should establish a sexual assault response team, a task force headed by the attorney general said.
Trial of Ashburn man charged in Alexandria slayings moved to Fairfax
Fri., Apr. 24 | 03:31 PM - A judge has granted a change in venue for the trial of a Virginia man in the shooting deaths of three Alexandria residents over a 10-year span.
Aldie man charged with sexual battery
Wed., Apr. 22 | 12:35 PM - An Aldie man has been charged in connection with the April 20 sexual assault of a woman in his neighborhood.
Aldie woman sexually assaulted outside her home
Tue., Apr. 21 | 01:29 PM - Loudoun County deputies are searching for a man who allegedly sexually assaulted an Aldie woman Monday.
Loudoun suicide support group battles stigma against mental illness
Mon., Apr. 20 | 01:58 PM - A local nonprofit and Leesburg resident have created Loudoun's only support group for those who've loved ones someone to suicide.
Waterford man arrested following Leesburg road rage incident
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
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.
Loudoun prescription drug ‘Take Back’ day set for April 25
Thu., Apr. 16 | 12:43 PM - In partnership with other Loudoun County law enforcement agencies, the Town of Purcellville Police Department will be participating in the nationwide prescription “Take-Back” initiative that seeks to prevent increased pill abuse and theft.
Maryland man charged with stealing from Leesburg Outlet Mall
Wed., Apr. 15 | 01:00 PM - A Maryland man was arrested Tuesday for shoplifting clothes from the Leesburg Premium Outlet Mall.
Manassas man to serve 2 ½ years for drunken crash that injured one
Tue., Apr. 14 | 07:56 PM - A Manassas man who severely injured a passenger in the car he drove drunk in October 2012 was sentenced April 7 in Loudoun County Circuit Court to two-and-half years in prison and a $500 fine.
UPDATE: Chapman, Noble dodge mud in Loudoun forum
Incumbent Sheriff Mike Chapman, accompanied by moderator Del. Randy Minchew (R-10th) faced off Monday at a forum sponsored by the Loudoun County Republican Women’s Club. Times-Mirror/Crystal Owens
Tue., Apr. 14 | 05:25 PM - The candidates vying for the Republican nomination for Loudoun sheriff faced off Monday in what could be described as a night of mud dodging.
Loudoun continues to mourn the death of Broad Run student
On April 13, hundreds gathered at St. Theresa’s Church in Ashburn for Broad Run High student Madison Small’s funeral. The teen died suddenly last week of neisseria sepsis. The line for Small’s viewing preceding the funeral reached steadily out the door. Times-Mirror/David Manning
Tue., Apr. 14 | 02:51 PM - The turnout for Madison Small's funeral in Ashburn on April 13 showed the impact the vivacious, likable young woman had on those she met. But it also showed a community rebounding from massive whip-lash.