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Investigation in BB gun incidents in western Loudoun continues

The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office is continuing its investigation into a series of vandalism cases in western Loudoun where vehicles and homes were damaged by bb guns and vandalized with eggs.

UPDATE: String of BB gun vandalism in Hamilton

Hamilton has been subject to a recent string of vandalism incidents involving a BB gun.

Hamilton paramedic arrested for inappropriate contact with minor

A Hamilton volunteer paramedic was arrested Friday after authorities said he had inappropiate contact with an underage girl.

Virginia’s rural roads rank 34th in the country

Nearly 20 percent of Virginia's rural roads are structurally deficient, according to TRIP, a national research group.

Peter Sherman, of Vienna, picking spinach at Great Country Farms. -Times-Mirror/Ben Hancock

Loudoun Spring Farm Tour puts its best foot forward

The 2015 Spring Farm Tour finished off Loudoun's Small Business Weeks with music, farming and a focus on agriculture.

Loudoun Sheriff’s Office reminds residents to secure property after dirt bike thefts

A series of thefts of dirt bikes in the county has the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office reminding residents to ensure their off-road motorcycles and All-Terrain Vehicles are properly secured.

Hamilton barn fire kills livestock, injures two

A fire in Hamilton on Thursday destroyed a barn, killed livestock, injured its owner and a first responder and caused $200,000 in damage, according to Loudoun Fire and Rescue.

Woman accidentally shot inside Hamilton home

A woman was treated for a gunshot wound Sunday at Inova Loudoun Hospital after she was accidentally shot inside a Hamilton home.

Jeff Kinney, author of the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series, shows some of his drawings to children at Kenneth Culbert Elementary School in Hamilton Nov. 24. Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

“Diary of a Wimpy Kid” author Jeff Kinney inspires students at two Loudoun schools

Jeff Kinney stood before a room of enraptured students, their attention completely captivated. At that moment, he was the envy of every teacher in the room.

Former elementary school teacher gets 13 years for child pornography

An elementary school teacher found in possession of thousands of images and videos of child pornography was sentenced today to 13 years in prison.

Purcellville elects first black mayor, three newcomers to town council

Purcellville has voted its first black mayor in Kwasi Fraser and three new faces as town elections took place May 6.

Local elections see a dearth of candidates

Six towns in Western Loudoun will host municipal elections this May, yet only two have enough people running to fill all the open slots. Where are all the candidates?

Ballots set for spring town elections

With the March 4 deadline to file for candidacy passed, the ballots are now set for this May's five municipal elections.

Expansion seen among businesses in western Loudoun

In the much quieter and less populated west, much more subtle changes in development are being made in little towns and villages.

Old Stone School in Hillboro hosts craft fair

The Hillsboro Community Association will host its annual Holiday Craft Fair Dec. 14 at the Old Stone School.
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