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Amid lingering questions about hate and rage, Nabra Hassanen remembered for her kindness

Fairfax County officials say they do not believe the case will be treated as a federal hate crime, although they have not ruled out the possibility.

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Three Loudoun breweries take home medals at Virginia Craft Beer Cup

Old Ox Brewery, Lost Rhino Brewing Co. and Crooked Run Brewing all took home medals at The Virginia Craft Brewers Guild 2017 Virginia Craft Beer Cup.

A guide to Tuesday’s primaries in Loudoun County

Voters across Virginia will head to the polls Tuesday to nominate the major party candidates for governor, lieutenant governor and General Assembly seats in the closely watched off-year election.

Trump, Obama staying out of Virginia’s governor primaries

Hanging over Virginia's closely watched race for governor has been the open question of whether President Donald Trump and former President Barack Obama would make an endorsement in the upcoming primary.

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Inova Loudoun launches ‘Loudoun Rising’ fundraising campaign

Inova Loudoun Hospital recently unveiled the “Loudoun Rising: Taking Health to New Heights” fundraising campaign, a $20 million campaign that will support the hospital’s $300 million master plan for the expansion of facilities and services.

Six candidates seeking Virginia’s lieutenant governor post

Six candidates are down to the final week of campaigning for their party's nomination to be Virginia's next lieutenant governor.

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MORE: Albright commemorates The Marshall Plan, says U.S. ‘can’t ignore its responsibilities’

Former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, serving as the keynote speaker at The Marshall House in Leesburg Monday at an event commemorating 70 years since The Marshall Plan, said America can't “ignore its responsibilities."

Gigi Lawless, deputy commonwealth’s attorney, and Don Goodman from the Loudoun County Commonwealth’s Office were given awards. Times-Mirror/Chantalle Edmunds

Loudoun County’s victim advocates honored in Leesburg

Professionals dedicated to the investigation and prosecution of child abuse cases were recognized at an awards ceremony in Leesburg held by the Loudoun Child Advocacy Center (CAC) Friday.

More than 100 Loudoun County Public Schools buses lack state-specified safety device

More than 100 Loudoun County Public Schools buses are operating without a safety device that prevents parking brakes from disengaging by accident, the Times-Mirror has learned.

Sen. Warner’s Russia refrain: ‘The most serious thing I’ve ever taken on’

Sen. Mark Warner, the top-ranking Democrat in the Russia probe, has one request of the American people: Wait for the facts.

Judge denies defense’s request in Lansdowne infant’s manslaughter case

John Miller has been charged with involuntary manslaughter in the crash. He is scheduled to face a jury trial Oct. 10.

New start times coming for 19 Loudoun public schools

Thousands of Loudoun County students will get to sleep in next year – albeit for just 15 minutes.

Chairwoman Phyllis Randall at her 2017 “State of the County” address. Courtesy Photo/Loudoun County Government

Loudoun County chairwoman delivers her second ‘State of the County’ address

After completing her first year as the head of the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors, Chairwoman Phyllis Randall (D-At Large) reflected on the past 12 months and provided a glimpse at what more she hopes to accomplish during her second “State of the County” address on Wednesday night.

Grant Davidson at the Recognition for Excellence in Supporting Special Education awards with Janet Reglic, special education teaching assistant and Katie Averno, physical therapist. Courtesy Photo

LCPS honors excellence in special education

Educators, parents and students who have made significant contributions to special education in Loudoun County were honored last week, with more than 250 people on hand to celebrate at the Loudoun County Public Schools building.

Attorney General Mark Herring at the release of a new video to educate officers how to respond to a heroin or opioid overdose. Courtesy Photo

Herring visits Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office to talk opioid crisis, unveil new training video

Attorney General Mark Herring (D) has thrown his weight behind a new roll call video to educate law enforcement officers on responding to heroin or opioid overdoses.
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