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Sterling man charged with assault on law enforcement, malicious wounding

A Sterling man is facing a slew of charges following a Saturday morning arrest in the 22000 block of Landmarks Court in Ashburn.

Rep. Barbara Comstock at Google’s Online Safety Roadshow, which made an appearance at River Bend Middle School in Sterling. Times-Mirror/Veronike Collazo

Google’s ‘Online Safety Roadshow’ comes to Loudoun County

In an increasingly digital world, web experts and parents stress the importance of teaching students good habits in online safety.

Local production ‘A Will to Survive’ heads to the Kennedy Center

In a county constantly working to tackle the problem of youth suicide and depression, Tom Sweitzer, executive director and co-founder of A Place to Be, hoped “A Will to Survive,” would have a far-reaching message.

Loudoun sheriff’s office warns residents of new court-related scam

The Loudoun County Sheriff's Office (LCSO) is reminding residents that law enforcement will never contact them to collect fines for outstanding warrants.

Larcenists targeting schools, daycare centers in Loudoun County

The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office is reminding residents to lock their vehicles and remove valuables while running errands or dropping off children.

Sterling mother charged with child endangerment, public drunkenness

A Sterling mother has been arrested on drunk in public and child endangerment charges.

Lauren Cottet-Moine, 11, of Sterling is among the best youth golfers in the U.S. Facebook/Mike Vechery

Loudoun County golf prodigy gets her game back

After a year banned from playing competitive golf or practicing with anyone but her father, 11-year-old Lauren Cottet-Moine of Sterling has returned to the game.

Leesburg’s 109-year-old Confederate statue. Times-Mirror/Alexander Todd Erkiletian

Supervisors reject request to ask General Assembly for greater discretion over Confederate statue

History was confronted and old wounds reopened Wednesday night as the Loudoun Board of Supervisors and more than a dozen local residents grappled with what to do with the controversial 109-year-old Confederate statue in downtown Leesburg.

UPDATE: Loudoun School Board member’s email on suicide and mental health dumbfounds observers

A former Loudoun County Public Schools student says he's stunned by the harsh language used by School Board member Tom Marshall (Leesburg) in response to an email he sent Marshall and other elected officials questioning how the school system deals with students at risk of suicide.

Loudoun supervisors consider larger signs at South Riding’s Avonlea in a bid to attract tenants

After winning approval about a decade ago, the Peterson Companies’ South Riding destination retail center Avonlea is now asking the Board of Supervisors to approve bigger, fancier retail and site signs.

Safety changes to be implemented along Evergreen Mills Road in wake of fatal crashes

Additional tree clearing is underway to improve driver visibility in the Evergreen Mills Road area of Leesburg where an Ashburn mother was killed Sept. 8.

Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office breaks up warehouse party, underage drinking in Sterling

After receiving an anonymous tip, the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office responded to a warehouse for potential underage drinking and fighting around midnight Saturday in Sterling.

Louise Winzor, who was a student at the Old Ashburn Colored School, was among a group of former students who attended the dedication Saturday. Times-Mirror/Karen Graham

A monument to progress: Community dedicates renovated Ashburn Colored School

For years, people drove by the abandoned Ashburn Colored School building on Ashburn Road and had no idea of its historic significance.

Suspects at large in Sterling armed robbery; LCSO releases surveillance stills

The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public's assistance to help identify the suspects involved in an armed robbery at the High-Up convenience store in Sterling.

The new drone to help locate missing people with medical conditions in Loudoun County. Times-Mirror/Alex Erkiletian

Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office unveils high-end drone to help locate missing people

The Loudoun County Sheriff's Office (LCSO) demonstrated Friday how its new $94,000 drone can be used to find people with medical conditions if they wander from home and become lost.
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