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Chick-fil-A opens in South Riding

Local franchise owner Charles Bohs opened South Riding’s newest stand-alone Chick-fil-A restaurant on Sept. 29, bringing 100 new jobs to an area that's dubbed as one of the fastest growing in Loudoun County.

McAuliffe says he’s restored voting rights to 60,000

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe says he's restored voting and other civil rights to more than 60,000 felons since taking office.

MWAA and United Airlines sign long-term lease at Dulles

The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority and United Airlines have agreed to sign an extension of the Airport Use Agreement and Premises Lease at Dulles International Airport through 2024, Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced in a statement today.

Ashburn resident reports hand gun stolen after leaving it in unlocked car

A person living in the 4300 block of Felicity Place in Ashburn recently reported a hand gun being stolen from their car.

Ashburn hit and run suspect arrested

The hit and run took place yesterday at the intersection of Harry Byrd Highway and Ashburn Village Boulevard. The driver was identified as Abdiel J. AguilarPineda, 18, of Ashburn. Aguilar-Pineda was arrested and charged with felony hit and run and operating a vehicle without a driver's license.

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UPDATE: Missing Leesburg woman found safe

The Leesburg Police Department is asking for the public's help in finding 39-year-old Colleen Hondel who was reported missing and endangered today by her family.

Rock Ridge and Briar Woods students hand out sandwiches to the homeless at Franklin Square in D.C.
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Rock Ridge, Briar Woods service clubs work together to feed homeless

While many of their classmates were still sleeping, 41 students from Rock Ridge High School and Briar Woods High School gave up their Saturday morning to serve food to the homeless on Sept. 24.

Loudoun ranked third in commonwealth for tourism revenue

The U.S. Travel Association has ranked Loudoun County the third in visitor spending in the Commonwealth in 2015, according data released earlier this month by the association.

Supervisors refuse to conduct $75,000 indoor sports facility study

The Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Sept. 22 to not conduct a $75,000 study on the feasibility and impact an indoor sports facility would have on Loudoun County.

Dominion performing natural gas venting in Loudoun, no danger to residents

Loudoun County's 911 call center received a high number of calls from residents related to the smell of a natural gas this morning, according to a release from the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office. Dominion Transmission this afternoon released a statement saying the cause of the smell is scheduled natural gas venting.

Aldie man charged in hit and run incident

An Aldie man was arrested Saturday after he struck a vehicle at the intersection of Evergreen Mills Road and Stone Springs Boulevard before fleeing the scene.

Purcellville town hall to focus on online safety for children

The Purcellville Police Department will be hosting a town hall meeting about online safety for children in support of October being National Cyber Security Awareness Month. The event will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 12 at the Purcellville Town Hall, 221 S. Nursery Ave.

Loudoun supervisors approve $517K contract renewal for costly software system

The Board of Supervisors approved Thursday night a $517,495 contract renewal for the county’s Oracle enterprise resource planning (ERP) management system that keeps track of taxes, assessments and human resources.

Loudoun supervisors delay decision amending county’s noise standards

Supervisors agreed on Thursday to delay consideration on amending the county’s noise standards to revise the county’s outdated guidelines.

Checkpoint in Purcellville nets summonses for 39 motorists

Law enforcement on Wednesday issued summonses to 39 motorists for moving and non-moving violations in a 1 to 4 p.m. checkpoint at Berlin Turnpike and Piggott Bottom Road in Purcellville.
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