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The Epicurience Grand Tasting will be held Sept. 5 at Morven Park in Leesburg. Facebook/Epicurience Virginia

Epicurience festival arrives in D.C. Wine Country Labor Day weekend

For the third years, thousands will flock to Loudoun County for fine wine, great food and entertainment as the Epicurience food and wine festival kicks off Labor Day weekend.

Mackenzie and Sloane Scannell, daughters of Makersmiths founder Pat Scannell, watch as a program controls the design of a propeller in the 3D printer. Times-Mirror/Anna Harris

Makersmiths find a home in Leesburg

“Makers” and “makersmiths” aren't complicated terms. Makers are people who create. Anything from crafts to robotics in a marriage between technology and more traditional methods to create physical products more cheaply and effectively.

Leesburg police unveil new ‘safety zone’ for meeting after online transactions

The project is designed to help facilitate transactions from places like Craigslist while providing a secure place for people to meet, according an announcement from the department.

Traffic alert: Evening rush hour restrictions on Battlefield Parkway begin tomorrow

Drivers traveling west on Battlefield Parkway on the north side of Leesburg will not be able to turn right on a red light on northbound Route 15 during the weekday evening rush beginning Aug. 27, according to the Town of Leesburg.

Leesburg convenience store robbed at gunpoint

A Leesburg convenience store was robbed Tuesday night at gunpoint by two men, one of whom was wearing a clown mask.

Woman hit by car in Lansdowne

A woman is in stable condition at Inova Fairfax Hospital after she was hit by a car Tuesday in Lansdowne.

Half King in Leesburg is giving local artists an American dream of sorts. Times-Mirror Photo/Kate Murphy

Leesburg’s Half-King Studio has Big Apple ambitions

With a shared passion for music and a building that’s slightly falling over to the right side, a local singer-songwriter collaborated with famous radio host Cerphe Colwell to create a music creative co-op in downtown Leesburg.

Facebook/No Red Hill Water Towers

‘No Red Hill Tower’ group targets five Loudoun supervisors

A single-issue advocacy group is calling out five Loudoun supervisors who voted to allow a nearly 200-feet-tall water tower near the rural policy area close to the Brambleton and Willowsford communities.

Motorcycle riders supporting America’s 9/11 Foundation roared through downtown Leesburg Friday afternoon to the delight of scores of flag-waving residents and visitors. Times-Mirror Photo/Alex Mangione

9/11 memorial motorcycle ride thunders through Leesburg

America’s 9/11 Foundation, a group honoring the victims and first responders of the terrorist attacks, had their annual motorcycle ride pass through Leesburg Friday.

Blast from the past: 3 Loudoun antiques nominated for Top 10 Endangered Artifacts list

Introducing the relics (and their sponsors) that could get landed on the Top Ten Endangered Artifacts list made by the Virginia Association of Museums...

UPDATE: Leesburg sinkhole repair process slower than planned

A sinkhole that developed on Currant Terrace NE in Leesburg's Exeter neighborhood Aug. 16 left 65 townhouses on Currant, Clove, Peppermill and Warrenton Terraces without water service. 

Lisa Pinkham, owner of Throne of Grace School of Dance, leads her students on a dance through a summer’s day at the India Independence Day celebration at Ida Lee Park in Leesburg. Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Independence Days for India and Pakistan celebrated in Leesburg

Neighbors from all walks of life gathered at Ida Lee Park to celebrate the independence of India and Pakistan this past weekend.

Animal Services investigates abandoned dog in Leesburg

Loudoun County Animal Services is investigating an abandoned dog left at a hotel in Leesburg, according to reports.

Dulles International Airport was among those affected by the glitch Saturday that caused hundreds of flight cancellations and delays. Courtesy/Dulles International Airport

UPDATE: Software updates at Leesburg facility cause of nationwide travel nightmare

Baltimore-Washington International Marshall Airport (BWI) and Reagan National Airport (DCA) were two airports hit hardest.

Leesburg Police Department set for phone system updates

Leesburg Police Department will upgrade its telephone system Aug. 25 from 1 a.m. to 5 a.m. The upgrade will occur as part of the Town-wide maintenance on the Voice-over IP protocal to enhance service delivery and capabilities, according to a release from the department.
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