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Loudoun County Animal Services imports adoptable dogs from Puerto Rico

Loudoun residents will soon have the opportunity to adopt four dogs from hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico.

Middleburg’s Shiloh Baptist Church added to Virginia Landmarks Register

The church offered African-Americans a place of refuge and opportunities in education, personal growth and social engagement during the era of segregation in Virginia and through the struggle for civil rights during the last half of the 20th century.

Pence backs Virginia GOP gubernatorial candidate Gillespie

Vice President Mike Pence flew into Virginia to throw his weight behind Republican gubernatorial candidate Ed Gillespie.

Former Vice President Biden campaigns for Northam

Former Vice President Joe Biden campaigned in Virginia for Democrat Ralph Northam, who is running for governor there.

Officials excavate the area where the 30-foot-wide collapse was found in Leesburg’s Exeter commnunity. Courtesy photo/Town of Leesburg

30-foot-wide hole found in Leesburg’s Exeter community not a sinkhole, geologist concludes

After a 30-foot-wide hole was discovered in Leesburg’s Exeter community earlier this week, a geologist hired by the town has concluded it is not a sinkhole, as many originally thought.

Sentencing date scheduled for Miller in deadly Lansdowne collision

John Miller IV will be sentenced in the new year after being found guilty on two counts in connection with the traffic collision that killed five-month-old Lansdowne baby Tristan Schulz.

UPDATE: Fatal crash on Route 9; driver reportedly tried to pass tractor-trailer in no-passing zone

Virginia State Police is investigating a fatal crash in Loudoun County this morning.

Herndon man indicted for threatening to murder U.S. officials on social media

A federal grand jury returned an indictment Thursday charging a Herndon man with threatening to murder officials, officers, and employees of the Central Intelligence Agency and the U.S. State Department, as well as Virginia law enforcement officers.

Inova Loudoun Ladies Board Rummage Sale arrives this weekend

After collecting donations that filled 11 tractor trailer trucks, volunteers with the Inova Loudoun Ladies Board are busy unloading and setting up items for the 79th annual rummage sale this weekend at Morven Park Equestrian Center.

GOP-controlled group seeks study of Herring’s office

With less than a month before Election Day, a Republican-controlled legislative commission on Tuesday asked for a broad study of the office of Virginia Democratic Attorney General Mark Herring.

Kellie Grim to step down from Purcellville Town Council

Purcellville Town Council member Kellie Grim announced Wednesday she will be leaving her seat as of Oct. 31.

30-foot-wide sinkhole appears in Leesburg

People in Leesburg are being asked to avoid the southern section of Jared Square in the Exeter community of Leesburg after a sinkhole was discovered.

Collision involving tanker truck causes hazmat situation in Hamilton; woman airlifted to hospital

A car and tanker truck collided at approximately 5:30 a.m. Wednesday on West Colonial Highway, just east of Route 704 in Hamilton, according to Virginia State Police.

Gillespie, Northam clash at final debate in Virginia governor’s race

The two major party candidates in Virginia’s closely watched race for governor made some of their most pointed face-to-face attacks to date at their final debate Monday.

Loudoun supervisors approve additional signage at long-stalled Avonlea retail center

The long-stalled Avonlea destination retail center in South Riding won approval from the Board of Supervisors last week to move forward with an elaborate set of retail signs around the property.
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