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The Yummy Pig opened in May on Catoctin Circle in Leesburg.Times-Mirror/Cynthia Kinsey

The Yummy Pig moves into Leesburg

If you mourned the closing of The Q Company, a newcomer has taken over the Catoctin Circle location: Yummy Pig.

Bluemont Concert Series returns to downtown Leesburg

The Bluemont Concert Series has once again returned to downtown Leesburg. This year's series will showcase performers from across the country.

Times-Mirror Photo/Trevor Baratko

MORE: The Confederate statue at Loudoun’s courthouse: Should it stay or go?

Featuring a roughly 12-foot-tall, mounted Confederate soldier holding a gun, the statue was placed in Leesburg in 1908 and has remained for the past 107 years.

Wine Wednesday: Small pours from around the Loudoun wine scene

Bluemont Vineyards is celebrating an acclaimed “Double Gold” at the 2015 San Francisco International Wine Competition for their 2014 Petit Manseng, made exclusively of grapes from Loudoun County.

Crisis Intervention Team expands to better address psychiatric emergencies

The Loudoun County Department of Mental Health, Substance Abuse and Developmental Services (MHSADS) will expand its Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) program and establish a CIT assessment center in Leesburg this fall.

Leesburg Police arrest Exxon robber

A 48-year-old man has been arrested and charged in connection with the June 23 robbery of a Leesburg gas station.

(From right to left) Kelley Locke with MEDCOM, DeLisa Prater with the Defense Health Agency and Loudoun’s Department of Economic Development’s Rick Morris.

After a change of hands, the National Conference Center celebrates renewed vision

The conference center changed ownership in April 2014, and the past year has seen some changes in the facility’s vision and landscaping.

Times-Mirror Photo/Trevor Baratko

Loudoun County officials: State law dictates Confederate statue must stay

Virginia code states: “ … it shall be unlawful for the authorities of the locality, or any other person or persons, to disturb or interfere with any [memorials or monuments for war veterans] so erected."

Contract awarded for King Street improvements

Contract awarded for King Street improvements

Caulkins Jewelers backdoor, where a dumpster full of debris is filled to the top. Times-Mirror/Anna Harris

Leesburg King Street fire cause determined

The blaze displaced residents of the second and third floor apartments above the jewelry store, and smoke and water damage forced Caulkins Jewelers, a staple of Downtown Leesburg for the last 60 years, to relocate for at least a year.

Dar Williams along with Jill Sobule will take the Tally Ho stage June 28. Courtesy Photo

Dar Williams to perform at Leesburg’s Tally Ho Theatre

Dar Williams is more than a musician. A songwriter, author, teacher and mother, she intertwines all parts of her life into her music.

Both students and kids visiting for the record-breaking endeavor learned lessons in water safety with SwimKids staff in Leesburg. Times-Mirror/Anna Harris

Making a splash: Leesburg swim school tries to break world record

SwimKids of Leesburg was one of the many aquatic facilities around the globe that gathered June 18 to set the record for the World’s Largest Swim Lesson.

Damage from Leesburg fire causes Caulkins Jewelers to relocate

The Downtown Leesburg staple for 60 years is moving shop due to water and smoke damage caused by the King Street fire June 7.

Leesburg Town Council to vote on appropriation motion for parking garage mural

The Leesburg Town Council will be voting tonight on a motion allowing for supplemental appropriation to complete the parking garage mural commissioned in 2012.

Plaza Azteca coming to Village at Leesburg; construction at Village continues

Plaza Azteca’s Mexican food franchise is coming to Village at Leesburg as cosmetic construction on the surrounding shopping center wraps up.
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