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The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office released this surveillance image of a robbery at the Giant Pharmacy in Ashburn in progress.

Loudoun detectives seek public’s help in identifying Ashburn armed robbery suspect

An Ashburn pharmacy was robbed this morning of prescription drugs by an individual who implied he had a weapon, according to the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office.

Supervisors initiate boundary line adjustment process between Middleburg, Loudoun County

The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors have agreed to initiate a boundary line adjustment process between the Town of Middleburg and Loudoun County in a bid to help the town upgrade of its sewer pump station.

Loudoun deputies investigating gang-related, underage prostitution ring

The Loudoun County Sheriff's Office's Tactical Enforcement Unit is investigating an underage prostitution ring spanning Virginia, Maryland and D.C. ran by MS-13 members for the profit of the gang's leadership in El Salvador.

Bethany Decker.

Loudoun deputies file new search warrant in Bethany Decker missing person case

The search warrant, filed on July 7, requests access to a cellphone, tablet and laptop belonging to Ronald Roldan, a person of interest in the 2011 disappearance of 21-year-old Bethany Decker, who was five months pregnant when she went missing.

Picture of the CLEAR platform being tried out. Courtesy photo.

Biometric identification platform opens at Dulles, Reagan Airports

One of the country’s top biometric identity platforms has made its way to the Washington, D.C. region and partnered with the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority to open up at Washington Dulles and Ronald Reagan airports, CLEAR announced in a statement today.

Loudoun ranked as Virginia’s best for business investment

SmartAsset, a New York-based financial technology company, has ranked Loudoun County No. 1 in business investment in Virginia for the second year in a row.

Loudoun deputies arrest six over the weekend for public intoxication, assault

Loudoun County deputies battled this past weekend with several calls throughout the area of drunken individuals who were apparently looking for a fight.

Unfazed by Va. Supreme Court ruling, McAuliffe says he’ll restore voting rights one-by-one

PHILADELPHIA – Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) remains steadfast in his quest to restore the voting rights of more than 200,000 ex-felons.
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Lizze Clark (right) lost a sister to Cockayne syndrome 12 years ago. In the years following her sister’s death the Woodgrove High School student has befriended many other children with the rare syndrome, like 15-year-old Hannah Cregl (left).
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After losing her daughter to a rare disease, a Loudoun mother gives back to children like her

Gigi Clark of Waterford, 5, suffered from a rare and fatal disorder called Cockayne Syndrome that causes growth failure, impaired nervous system development, sensitivity to sunlight and many symptoms associated with premature aging.

Photo by R. Kennedy courtesy of Visit Philadelphia

Four days in Philly: A blog from the Democratic National Convention

In the wake of Friday's Supreme Court of Virginia ruling that declared McAuliffe didn't have the authority to restore felons' voting rights en masse, McAuliffe is countering by saying he'll restore the rights individually.

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