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Thu., Sep. 22 | 09:20 AM - The photograph of the necklace touting this weekend’s fine arts festival in downtown Leesburg reminds us in some ways of the town and its unique place in Loudoun County: a jewel in a gold setting with diamonds placed at strategic points.- 1 comment
Fri., Sep. 23 | 05:04 PM - Supervisors agreed on Thursday to delay consideration on amending the county’s noise standards to revise the county’s outdated guidelines.
Fri., Sep. 23 | 02:21 PM - Some candidates called for a change in the way Leesburg Town Council carries out the vision for the town as the incumbents defended the governing body's track record during a Thursday night forum hosted by the League of Women Voters.- 1 comment
Fri., Sep. 23 | 01:36 PM - While driving her usual route to Harmony Middle School yesterday morning, Michele Coates was faced with an emergency she's trained for, but never thought she'd have to encounter.- 4 comments
Fri., Sep. 23 | 10:57 AM - Supervisors approved on Thursday a major rezoning to the long-stalled Lexington 7 property.- 6 comments
Thu., Sep. 22 | 10:46 PM - Loudoun Supervisors approved Thursday a zoning concept amendment and a special exception application for a gas station at a mega Harris Teeter planned for the Kirkpatrick West Commercial Center in Aldie.- 5 comments
Thu., Sep. 22 | 02:35 PM - The bus was on the way to school on Berlin Turnpike when a call was made to emergency services for a bus fire, according to an email notification from Harmony Principal Eric Stewart.- 1 comment
Thu., Sep. 22 | 02:07 PM - A few years ago the area where Madison's Trust Elementary School now stands was all forest. Fifth-graders at the school this year are studying the environmental impact of the construction to the ecosystem and how to help reverse it.- 4 comments
Thu., Sep. 22 | 12:43 PM - Law enforcement on Wednesday issued summonses to 39 motorists for moving and non-moving violations in a 1 to 4 p.m. checkpoint at Berlin Turnpike and Piggott Bottom Road in Purcellville.- 10 comments
Thu., Sep. 22 | 12:16 PM - "A WILL To Survive," a 45-minute rock opera produced by A Place To Be music therapy, aims to reach teenagers with music and lyrics they can relate to. The show will begin touring Loudoun County Public Schools as part of the Same Sky Project this year, with a goal of performing in every middle and high school by spring 2018.
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