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Allder School Road in Purcellville closed for three weeks

Allder School Road between Route 287 and Purcellville Road is closed for at least three weeks for emergency culvert repairs, according to the Virginia Department of Transportation.

School Board members host town hall on overcrowded Dulles schools

During the Town Hall they will discuss the severe overcrowding at Dulles South middle schools and potential courses of action. Morse will present a summary of enrollment and capacity concerns and mitigation options. Mercer Middle School Principal Bob Phillips will provide an overview of how potential courses of action would be executed. Following the presentations, a question-and-answer session will be held.

Va. House passes Del. Murphy’s gun-control bill

Local state Del. Kathleen Murphy's legislation to prohibit anyone subject to a permanent protective order from possessing a firearm passed the House by a 96-3 vote today.

Loudoun law enforcement, mental health experts team up with former NBA player’s Project Purple

Chris Herren, a basketball player, will speak Feb. 15 at Riverside High School in Leesburg about his rise to fame in the NBA and his fall and recovery after drug addiction.

Loudoun deputies investigating two unintentional shootings

Loudoun County Sheriff's deputies are investigating two cases where firearms unintentionally discharged, leaving one Sterling man with non-life-threatening injuries.

Rahman Parker, Loudoun Free Clinic executive director, says that the clinic still sees an abundance of patients, even after the full implementation of the Affordable Care Act. Courtesy Photo.

Loudoun Free Clinic bridges gaps for the uninsured

Five years after the Affordable Care Act was signed into law, there are still low-income groups unable to afford the premiums and monthly payments associated with basic care. The Loudoun Free Clinic in Leesburg provides a safety net to those groups.

Abbe Macbeth of Leesburg is one of two researchers behind the “Resting Bitch Face” study that has become a viral sensation. Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Do you have ‘Resting Bitch Face?’ This Leesburg researcher has the answer

Most women would prefer not to have their name associated with the term, but Leesburg's Abbe Macbeth has waited months for the recognition.

After controversy, new Dulles middle school up for a new name

After months of controversy, the new Dulles middle school slated to open this fall, will soon have a new name.

Leesburg earns AAA rating

Leesburg has earned its AAA rating with all three credit rating agencies, Leesburg Financial Consultant David Rose announced during Monday night’s town council work session.

The suspects who grabbed a South Riding teen last week are both described as being in their mid 20s, 5’6” tall, and were wearing dark clothing. One of the suspects was wearing baggy jeans and possibly a red in color baseball hat. Courtesy photo.

Composite sketch released of suspect who grabbed South Riding teen

The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office has released a composite sketch of one of two suspects, who detectives are working to identify after a teenager was followed and grabbed as she was walking home from school in the South Riding community last week.

UPDATE: Loudoun County Public School after school activities canceled today

Loudoun County Public Schools are closed today, Tuesday, Feb. 9, because of inclement weather.

The Loudoun Grow Expo, a full-day event, will be held Feb. 27 at the Bush Tabernacle in Purcellville. Times-Mirror File Photo

Loudoun Grown Expo to showcase county crafters

For the sixth year in a row, the Loudoun Grown Expo will bring together local farmers, wine makers, brewers, artisans and rural economy entrepreneurs to show off their wares.

Police investigating sexual assault at NOVA Loudoun campus

Police at Northern Virginia Community College's Loudoun campus are searching for a man who inappropriately touched a woman as she walked to her car last night.

FCi Federal awarded $415 million contract

Ashburn-based FCi Federal announced Tuesday that it has been awarded a $416-million, five-year prime contract with the Department of Homeland Security’s U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to support the National Benefits Records Operations Center.

Ashburn man sentenced to five years for possession of child pornography

An Ashburn man was sentenced Jan. 29 to five years in prison after police found more than 80 images of child pornography in his home.
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