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Loudoun County’s fiscal 2019 budget taking shape

With less than two weeks before Loudoun County’s fiscal 2019 budget is finalized, supervisors continue to chop and add to a $2.3 billion budget that will leave public schools with at least a $10.8 million funding gap if talks remain on the same path.

UPDATE: Stone Bridge High School evacuated for bomb threat

Stone Bridge High School in Ashburn is under an evacuation after receiving a bomb threat Tuesday afternoon.

Campaign launched to eliminate Loudoun students’ meal debts

The Loudoun Education Foundation and two residents with a deep interest in the county’s public schools are kicking off a campaign to raise just over $20,000 to eliminate students’ meal debts incurred this school year.

Sexual assault reported in Lansdowne

The assault happened between 7 and 8 p.m. when the girl was walking near the 43700 block of Lees Mill Square. Investigators said she was grabbed by a man who sexually assaulted her and then fled on foot.

John H. Abel

One Loudoun shooting suspect turns himself in

A Fauquier County man who fired a gun during a domestic altercation in the One Loudoun development in Ashburn Friday night turned himself over to authorities Saturday afternoon, according to the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office.

Redskins’ Cravens enters no contest plea for traffic violations

Redskins safety Su’a Cravens to pay $120 in fines plus court costs.

Ashburn’s McCabe, former FBI No. 2, may face firing ahead of retirement

The Justice Department is considering a recommendation that it fire former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, days ahead of his scheduled retirement, amid an inspector general investigation expected to be sharply critical of him, a person familiar with the matter said Wednesday.

Loudoun loans developer $2.5M for affordable housing in Ashburn

Loudoun supervisors on Wednesday voted unanimously to loan nearly $2.5 million from the county’s housing trust to a real estate developer that plans to construct more affordable housing in the Ashburn area.

Ashburn’s Diaz scores golden ticket on ‘American Idol’

Ashburn's Brandon Diaz earned a golden ticket to Hollywood in his audition on ABC's “American Idol,” which aired earlier this week.

Dominion Christian School announces plans to open lower school in Loudoun

Dominion Christian School, a 22-year-old independent classical K-12 college preparatory school with campuses in Oakton and Reston, announced that it will expand and is recruiting kindergarten to second grade students for a new lower school campus in Ashburn with an anticipated start date in fall 2019.

UPDATE: She said, she said: Comstock, Randall spar over discussion at women’s commission meeting

On what was widely a day of unity and celebration of the achievements and plight of women, one of Loudoun County's most powerful women launched a contentious email exchange with the county chairwoman.

Virginia lawmakers at impasse on Medicaid expansion

Virginia lawmakers aren't going to pass a budget on schedule this year, the second time in four years that disagreements over Medicaid expansion have led to a stalemate.

No dogs allowed: Loudoun County Public Schools bans therapy dogs in spite of results

In spite of recent concerns about the system’s treatment of special needs students, the administration decided to enforce an existing regulation against therapy dogs in schools.

‘Dismantling hate with compassion and empathy:’ Loudoun gathers in latest show of unity

Hundreds of Loudouners of all backgrounds gathered at Congregation Sha’are Shalom this week in the name of hope and overcoming hate in the community.

Brandon Diaz Courtesy Photo

Ashburn resident to appear on ‘American Idol’

Longtime Ashburn resident Brandon Diaz is in the running to be the next "American Idol."

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