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Thu., Oct. 27 | 12:24 PM - In just four years, the Middleburg Film Festival has earned a place among such iconic film festivals as Sundance, Telluride, Tribeca, Toronto, Melbourne, Berlin, Venice and Cannes. The film festival’s quaint venues – a converted ballroom at Salamander Resort, a performing arts auditorium at an elementary school, a library-museum for horse enthusiasts, a spartan reception hall in Upperville and the barrel room of a local winery – differentiate the festival from the glitz and glamour of Hollywood’s showplaces.- 2 comments
Fri., Oct. 28 | 02:49 PM - The Loudoun County Health Department has confirmed a case of whooping cough at Legacy Elementary School in Ashburn.- 1 comment
Fri., Oct. 28 | 02:45 PM - Loudoun County Chairwoman Phyllis Randall (D) is the new vice chairwoman of the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority. Randall was unanimously elected to the position by NVTA board members on Oct. 13.- 1 comment
Fri., Oct. 28 | 01:50 PM - The Loudoun County Sheriff's Office is working to identify four suspects involved in a credit card theft spree targeting vehicles in the region.
Fri., Oct. 28 | 12:05 PM - A Leesburg resident was recently killed in the conflict in Afghanistan, according to neighbors of the suspected deceased.- 4 comments
Fri., Oct. 28 | 11:38 AM - The Commonwealth’s Attorney recently dropped trespassing charges against Loudoun School Board member Joy Maloney (Broad Run) for her Aug. 2 arrest at a Donald Trump rally in Ashburn.- 8 comments
Fri., Oct. 28 | 09:50 AM - Ghost, goblins, zombies mixed and mingled Oct. 22 with princesses and superheroes at the Village at Leesburg's 7th Annual Monster Mash. The event drew hundreds of children and their families on the prowl for sweet treats and Halloween-themed entertainment.
Thu., Oct. 27 | 04:38 PM - Officials at Dulles International Airport say a vehicle transporting passengers from an international flight to a customs facility got stuck in a construction ditch, and passengers are being evaluated for possible injuries.- 1 comment
Thu., Oct. 27 | 04:17 PM - Republican Dimitri Kesari has resigned from Hamilton Town Council following his conviction for violating federal election laws.- 1 comment
Thu., Oct. 27 | 03:46 PM - Dominion plans to hold another round of scheduled natural gas venting at its Loudoun Compressor Station after 9.a.m on Nov. 1 and Nov. 3, Supervisor Tony Buffington (R-Blue Ridge) announced in a statement Thursday.- 1 comment
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