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Groundbreaking for new Ashburn community

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Registration underway for STEM summer camps

Registration underway for STEM summer camps

Confederate flag case cited in Redskins trademark battle

A U.S. Supreme Court ruling last week on license plates and the Confederate flag could be bad news for the Washington Redskins.

Man exposes himself to Ashburn resident

An unknown man exposed himself to an Ashburn resident Tuesday while he walked near Cayuga Court and Navajo Drive.

(Left to right) Washington Redskins players Kedric Golston and Pierre Garcon announcer Larry Michael at the Loudoun Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Luncheon. Times-Mirror/Anna Harris

Running businesses in Loudoun informs Redskins players

Two Washington Redskins who run businesses outside their athletic careers told members of the Loudoun Chamber of Commerce that running their enterprises has informed their participation in sports.

Michelle Thomas, pastor at Holy and Whole Life Changing Ministries International in Lansdowne, and collaborator and historian Fred Snowden discuss the cards on the table, each with the name of an African-American whom they’ve identified in an unmarked slave cemetery on Belmont Ridge Road. Times-Mirror/Anna Harris

On Juneteenth, pastor unveils nonprofit honoring Loudoun’s legacy

A local reverend has founded a nonprofit in an effort to honor the legacy of 43 slaves that lived and died on the former Belmont Plantation in Ashburn.

Loudoun Lowdown: Where the homeland is secure and Ashburn’s the place to be

DHS chief visits the ADAMS Center, Ashburn is for lovers and more ...

The county’s Department of Economic Development no longer fits its current space in the Loudoun Government building. To be operational, the department needs about 6,400 more square feet than its current capacity. File photo

County’s Department of Economic Development bound for Loudoun Station

One of Loudoun government’s key entities prepares for a big move after the department’s ever-shrinking space became a bit too tight.

Times-Mirror/Anna Harris

Sister of last year’s BioGENEius finalist beats him in this year’s competition

“I actually thought I was going to beat her,” brother Adriel Sumathipala said. “But I'm not bitter or anything, I'm really happy that she won.”

A Whole Foods Market in Rockville, Md. Courtesy/Whole Foods

Ashburn Whole Foods Market opening date unveiled

“The countdown is on — we can’t wait for you to join us at the first Whole Foods Market in Loudoun County,” said Travis Phaup, Whole Foods Market Ashburn Store Team Leader in a statement. “This area is so rich in local produce and suppliers."

Loudoun students mix conservation with civics at Morven Park

Eighth grade history students at Trailside Middle School in Ashburn traveled to Morven Park June 5 as part of the 2015 Student Citizenship Project headed by the historical property.

Bicyclist seriously injured on W&OD trail in crash

A bicyclist is in critical condition at Inova Fairfax Hospital following a crash on the Washington & Old Dominion trail Tuesday.

Ashburn man to face grand jury for death of ex-wife’s husband

Minh D. Nguyen, the tech mogul charged with first-degree murder in the death of his ex-wife's husband, will face a grand jury next month.

Ashburn student earns Eagle Scout rank by helping visually impaired

Representative Barbara Comstock awarded local Boy Scout Kent Halstead his Eagle Scout rank this past Friday morning on the steps of the Capital.

VIDEO: Ashburn’s Studio Bleu Dance takes ‘Motown’ to New York City

Studio Bleu Dance Center from Ashburn was honored as the lone dance studio in the country invited to perform at the 2015 Fred and Adele Astaire Awards Gala June 1 at the Skirball Center for Performing Arts in New York City.
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