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Loudoun and Fairfax authorities believe recent string of robberies are linked

The Fairfax Police Department and Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office are investigating a string of recent robberies in the region believed to be related.

Fire chiefs sound alarm on Virginia mulch legislation

Virginia fire chiefs are speaking out against proposed state legislation to loosen rules on how near to a building that mulch can be placed.

Loudoun Office of Special Education, partners to hold meeting on seclusion practices

The Loudoun County Public Schools Office of Special Education, Parent Resource Services and the Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC) invite parents of students with disabilities for a seminar on the school system's use of restraints and seclusion on students.

Loudoun sheriff’s office responds to suspected narcotics overdose in Aldie

Deputies from the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office responded to a suspicious vehicle in the roadway near Stone Springs Boulevard and Route 50 in Aldie around 2:14 a.m. Saturday to find an unconscious male suspected of overdosing on narcotics.

Dave Becker. Courtesy Photo/LCPS

Purcellville crossing guard awarded for service

A Loudoun crossing guard has been recognized for his service with the Most Outstanding Crossing Guard Award.

Leesburg council delays decision on preferred Route 15 interchange fix

Leesburg Town Council again postponed a decision about its preferred design for the Route 15 North/North King Street interchange during last week's meeting.

Loudoun County schools, sheriff’s office issue joint statement on school safety

Loudoun County Public Schools and the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office issued a joint statement Friday about school safety in wake of the Feb. 14 mass shooting in a Parkland, Florida, high school. Officials are aiming to assure the public that LCPS and LCSO are working together to keep students safe.

Simpson Middle School administration addresses parent concerns

When Simpson students told parents about school administrators removing bathroom doors because of vaping, parents were concerned about potential substance abuse, discipline and about the lack of communication from Simpson staff. Principal Lenny Compton addressed these concerns at Community Forum last Wednesday.

Victim identified in fatal Purcellville crash

The Loudoun County Sheriff's Office has identified the victim in Tuesday's fatal Purcellville crash as Albert J. Bosco III, 44, of Nokesville.

Leigh Burden.

Loudoun Assistant Superintendent Burden resigning for position in Fairfax

Assistant Superintendent of Business and Financial Services E. Leigh Burden will be leaving Loudoun County Public Schools for Fairfax next month.

Man loses life in Purcellville crash

A man lost his life in a crash Tuesday in Purcellville.

Chantilly sports coach charged with soliciting a minor

A 26-year-old man is facing several charges of sending sexually explicit messages to a minor.

Sterling man arrested for DUI, second in five years

A Sterling man was arrested and charged with his second DUI in five years Tuesday, according to the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office.

Sheriff’s office seeking information about Sterling armed robberies

Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office authorities are asking for the public's assistance to help identify a suspect involved in the armed robberies of two gas stations in the Sterling area.

General Dynamics to buy CSRA for almost $7 billion

The defense contractor General Dynamics will spend almost $7 billion to acquire CSRA with the Trump administration pushing defense spending aggressively higher.
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