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Area leaders vary on transportation, but agree Redskins stadium should go to Loudoun

As one of the the most populous regions in Virginia and the Washington, D.C. metro areas keeps getting bigger, Northern Virginia leaders from Loudoun, Fairfax, Prince William, Arlington and Alexandria got together Aug. 31 for the first of its kind conversation about how to address some of the most important issues facing the region.

State public safety leaders listen to local law enforcement’s input on funding

Virginia's secretary of public safety and homeland security, Brian Moran, and other high-ranking state law enforcement officials came to Ashburn on Aug. 29 to listen to suggestions on how to spend a $750,000 state grant to improve community policing in the commonwealth.

UPDATE: Infant dies after being struck by vehicle in Lansdowne Wednesday morning

Loudoun County Public School officials have confirmed that the child struck by a vehicle this morning in Lansdowne has died.

Loudoun detectives investigate alleged brothel in South Riding

Detectives were able to confirm the alleged prostitute posted numerous ads on Craigslist for “massages for males, male body grooming and hot showers” with pictures of himself, according to a warrant filed July 28 in Loudoun County Circuit Court.

Ashburn woman charged in gas station armed robbery

Loudoun County deputies arrested an Ashburn woman today in connection with the Aug. 20 robbery of a Leesburg gas station.

Andrew Hamid

Loudoun man with history of computer fraud sentenced for stealing $227K from his mother

According to court records, Andrew Hamid, 39, wired portions of the money from his mother's mutual investment account into another account in her name in 10 transactions between May 1, 2015, and Oct. 31, 2015. Hamid then transferred the wired money to his personal bank account in 16 different transactions.

Mike Gray recently took over ownership of Mad Horse Brew Pub in Lovettsville. Times-Mirror/Ed Felker

New ownership at Lovettsville’s Mad Horse taps into community support

Patrons of Lovettsville’s Mad Horse Brew Pub have seen their local watering hole change and evolve quite a bit over the years, and have always followed change with keen interest.

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Middleburg businesses cope with ‘Middleburg prices’

Middleburg shop owners and residents have long been outspoken about the cost to conduct business within the town’s small commercial district.

Tropical Smoothie Cafe sued: Hepatitis A in Egyptian berries

There are now 28 confirmed cases of hepatitis A in Virginia linked to Egyptian strawberries used by Tropical Smoothie Cafe franchises, and lawsuits are being filed.

Crescent Parke developers file suit against Leesburg Town Council

The developers of proposed multi-use development Crescent Park filed a lawsuit against the Leesburg town council on Aug. 25 in Loudoun County Circuit Court, meeting the 30 day deadline to challenge the town council's failure to approve vote on July 26.

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