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EDITORIAL: The Amazon payoff

Amazon’s announcement that it will grace some fortunate community with its second headquarters -- a $5 billion palace home to 50,000 employees and the harbinger of innumerable riches -- has set off a frenzy of choose-me bids that rival the awarding of the Olympic games to a deserving city. Count Loudoun County among them.
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Sterling man charged with assault on law enforcement, malicious wounding

A Sterling man is facing a slew of charges following a Saturday morning arrest in the 22000 block of Landmarks Court in Ashburn.

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Purcellville’s Wine Kitchen Hearth reopens this week

After a small fire in May forced Wine Kitchen Hearth's summer-long closure, the popular Purcellville restaurant will reopen its doors Tuesday, and patrons can expect a few new hallmarks.

Rep. Barbara Comstock at Google’s Online Safety Roadshow, which made an appearance at River Bend Middle School in Sterling. Times-Mirror/Veronike Collazo

Google’s ‘Online Safety Roadshow’ comes to Loudoun County

In an increasingly digital world, web experts and parents stress the importance of teaching students good habits in online safety.

Davis to step down as assistant town manager in Purcellville

Purcellville's assistant town manager, Danny Davis, has announced he will be stepping down from his position effective Sept. 29.

Metro GM briefs Loudoun supervisors on system’s progress, finances

After wrapping up a year’s worth of work aimed at getting Metro back to a safe and reliable state, Metro General Manager Paul Wiedefeld came to Loudoun Sept. 20 to update the county on its progress and remind supervisors of their future contributions.

Leesburg man charged with first-degree murder in death of his father

Twenty-eight-year-old Anthony Flores Jr. has been arrested and charged with first-degree murder in the stabbing death of his father, Hector Anthony Flores Sr., according to the Leesburg Police Department.

Local production ‘A Will to Survive’ heads to the Kennedy Center

In a county constantly working to tackle the problem of youth suicide and depression, Tom Sweitzer, executive director and co-founder of A Place to Be, hoped “A Will to Survive,” would have a far-reaching message.

Leesburg police investigating fatal stabbing

The Leesburg Police Department is investigating a fatal stabbing within the town limits Sunday night.
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Loudoun sheriff’s office warns residents of new court-related scam

The Loudoun County Sheriff's Office (LCSO) is reminding residents that law enforcement will never contact them to collect fines for outstanding warrants.

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