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Broad Run Supervisor Ron Meyer (R)  is a frequent political commentator, often appearing on Fox. File Photo

Republican supervisor calls on county to relocate Confederate statue in Leesburg

In wake of the deadly protests in Charlottesville, Loudoun County Supervisor Ron Meyer (R-Broad Run) has become the first Republican member of the Board of Supervisors to publicly call for the Confederate statue on the courthouse grounds in Leesburg to be moved.

Ashburn man charged with felony hit and run after Sterling incident

An Ashburn man was charged with felony hit and run after fleeing the scene of his collision with another vehicle at the intersection of Sully Road and Innovation Avenue in Sterling on Aug. 9 around 8:16 a.m.

Times-Mirror/Trevor Baratko

‘Upscale Indian’ restaurant 5 Tara opens this weekend at Village at Leesburg

An upscale Indian restaurant will open Saturday in the Village at Leesburg, a few doors down from Cobb Theatre.

After landmark First Amendment ruling, more Loudouners share stories of social media censorship

What do a local government contractor, a conservative activist in Sterling, gay rights leaders in Lovettsville, a Purcellville politician and members of a left-leaning political action group have in common?

Loudoun School Board nixes hats in schools

Remember to take off your snapbacks when you walk into school on Aug. 24, high schoolers, because hats are no longer dress-code approved.

Congresswoman Barbara Comstock (R) at the veterans benefits office opening in Ashburn. Times-Mirror/Bill Clare

Gov. McAuliffe headlines new veterans benefits office opening in Ashburn

Governor Terry McAuliffe opened the commonwealth's 28th veterans benefits office Wednesday in Ashburn, boasting to those gathered that Virginia is the most veteran-friendly state in America.

Sacked: After bankruptcy, Redskins-themed restaurant Hail & Hog closes for good

Hail & Hog launched in May 2016. The 12,000-square-foot, two-level restaurant included a radio and TV studio for Redskins broadcasts and a rooftop bar.

Rep. Comstock, Sheriff Chapman lead roundtable discussion on opioid fight

Taking a full-thronged approach to combat drugs and addiction was a central theme at a roundtable discussion held at the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office Tuesday focusing on the statewide opioid crisis.

Lansdowne resident Brian Davison says freedom of speech and expression is in danger in Loudoun County. Times-Mirror Photo

Loudoun County resident’s First Amendment case may benefit free-speech group’s suit against Trump

After months of a pending verdict in a case that raised consequential questions about the constitutional limitations on politicians' social media accounts, a federal court ruled last week that Loudoun County Chairwoman Phyllis Randall (D-At Large) violated Lansdowne resident Brian Davison’s right to free speech.

Suspicious man with gun spotted on LCPS property in Aldie

A suspicious man with what was thought to be a rifle was spotted walking on Loudoun County Public School property in Ashburn Tuesday, according to Loudoun County Sheriff's Office reports.

65-acre data center site in Sterling sells for $25M

New York-based developer company Sentinel Data Centers has paid $25.2 million for part of the 100-acre AOL campus in Loudoun County.

A roadblock near Sycolin Creek in Leesburg, where a car was found flipped over Monday. Times-Mirror/Alexander Erkiletian

UPDATE: Bodies of missing woman, children found in Leesburg creek

The bodies of a missing Suffolk woman and two children last seen in Ashburn have been found in a Leesburg creek, according to the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office.

Times-Mirror/Alexander Erkiletian

Critics question frequently cited survey in Potomac crossing battle

Diana Bendit of Broad Run Farms has watched the debate around a second Potomac River crossing come and go and come back again for more than two decades.

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Better Angels aims for better political understanding in Leesburg

In today's political climate, the concept of civility and open-minded discussions are often missing from the headlines.

The scene at the intersection days after the fatal Aug. 31, 2016 Lansdowne crash. Times-Mirror File Photo

Loudoun judge denies prosecution’s request for jury visit to scene of Lansdowne infant killing

Loudoun Circuit Court Judge Douglas L. Fleming on Monday denied a motion presented by prosecution lawyers for the jury to visit the intersection where Lansdowne baby Tristan Schulz was struck and killed by a car in August 2016.
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