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Tom Carroll, now a Hamilton resident and local little league coach, was called up to the Cincinnati Reds in 1974. Courtesy Photo

Longtime Loudouner, ex-Major Leaguer recalls times with ‘The Big Red Machine’

Tom Carroll's affiliation with the Big Red Machine remains a cherished part of his post-baseball life.

Loudoun County to host free training session on administering heroin antidote

Loudoun County is hosting a free training session on how to administer the heroin antidote Naloxone.

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.

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.

At Inova’s expansion groundbreaking stands Mark Stauder, president and COO at Inova; Lauren Peterson; Deborah Addo, CEO at Inova; Bobbi Schaufeld; Karen Schaufeld; Teresa Wheeler; Fred Schaufeld and Scott Miller. Courtesy Photo/Inova

Inova Loudoun breaks ground on next phase of $300M expansion

The next phase of the $300 million expansion of facilities and services at the Inova Loudoun Hospital is officially underway after a groundbreaking ceremony was held Thursday.

Purcellville businessmen, sports lovers partner to broadcast local high school games

Rob Burton, owner of Coach's Corner Grill in Purcellville, and Larry King, an IT guru, decided they wanted to share their love of sports with the community.

Local residents raise safety concerns about Evergreen Mills in Leesburg

There are fresh calls for safety improvements to be made to Evergreen Mills Road and other roads in the vicinity in the wake of Erin Kaplan's death.

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Virginia Sen. Dick Black says no Confederate soldiers died fighting for slavery

State Sen. Dick Black (R-13th) says no Confederate soldiers died fighting for slavery, a comment one George Mason University historian called, “at the very least, a misleading overstatement.”
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Lower Foley, an area of the TPA staff envision could house more residential development under the new Comprehensive Plan.

Loudoun Comprehensive Plan stakeholders eye doing away with transition policy area

As Loudoun continues to face immense pressure to grow and meet future housing needs, the county’s Comprehensive Plan Stakeholders team grappled with a controversial question on Monday: Keep the transition policy area (TPA) or do away with the status quo?

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MORE: Kenyon out as Morven Park’s executive director

After just 20 months on the job, Stephanie Kenyon is out as executive director at historic Morven Park, a 1,000-acre estate and equestrian park in Leesburg.

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

Loudoun County supervisor to seek guidance on courthouse grounds memorial

Supervisor Geary Higgins (R-Catoctin) plans to ask the Heritage Commission to recommend how the county can “fully reflect” the events on Leesburg’s courthouse grounds without removing the controversial Confederate soldier statue.

Ed Gillespie, Ralph Northam to appear at Times-Mirror forum

The Loudoun Times-Mirror will conduct civil conversations with the two major-party candidates for Virginia governor on Oct. 14.

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IN PHOTOS: Remembering 9/11

Americans from coast to coast are memorializing those who lost their lives and were impacted by the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the 16th anniversary Monday.

Former Virginia first lady Lynda Robb talks education at the Loudoun County Government Center. Times-Mirror/Sydney Kashiwagi

Former Virginia first ladies talk improving state’s education system in Leesburg

First ladies of Virginia, local politicians, and some of the top women leaders in education gathered in Leesburg Friday, to discuss their vision for public education in the state.

GoFundMe page for Ashburn’s Kaplan family raises $32K in 24 hours

A GoFundMe page has been set up for the family of Erin Kaplan, the 39-year-old Ashburn mother who died in a car crash Friday on Evergreen Mills Road in Leesburg. The GoFundMe page raised $32,000 in approximately 24 hours.
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