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Inova Loudoun embarks on its third expansion

Inova Loudoun Hospital's next expansion is a big one, alleviating its increasingly full beds and widening their niche care with service and facility changes set for a 2019 finish. As the county and its population have grown, so has the hospital, and the coming changes are a direct response to that growth.

Man killed in two-vehicle crash on Route 15 in Leesburg

A man was killed early Wednesday morning in Leesburg on Route 15 near Selma Lane after a pickup truck collided with a tractor trailer.

George Clinton’s world-class funk had everyone dancing at the Tally Ho on Nov. 21. Times-Mirror/Hannah Dellinger

George Clinton makes history in Leesburg

Nov. 21 was a night of freedom, funk and unity. People of all ages, ethnicities and walks of life came to together Nov. 21 to get down to George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic at the Tally Ho in Leesburg.

Kevin Longendyke, owner of DIG Records and Vintage, files away vinyl in his shop. Times-Mirror/Hannah Dellinger

At long last, Leesburg gets its own vinyl shop

Loudoun native Kevin Longendyke recently moved back from Richmond to open DIG Records & Vintage in downtown Leesburg. The shop sits atop Cultured, a soul food restaurant, at 212 Loudoun St.

Local wines wooed Wine Tourism Conference attendees at Thursday’s Lansdowne Resort dinner. Pictured are three tasty bottles from Lost Creek, Dry Mill and Hiddencroft. Times-Mirror/Trevor Baratko

Wine Tourism Conference in Loudoun: ‘Wine is a dream maker’

In its fifth year, Zephyr Adventures' Wine Tourism Conference brought together vinous experts and underscored the weighty impact the wine industry has on tourism, both within and outside the U.S.

TRAFFIC ALERT: Route 15 delays expected for heavy equipment transport

Residents should be aware of possible traffic delays on Route 15 between the Prince William County line and Masons Lane south of the Town of Leesburg due to the transport of heavy equipment for construction of an energy facility in Leesburg.

Leesburg-based makeup artist Victoria Stiles and Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz, a senator from Texas. Courtesy Photo

She’s back at it: Leesburg’s Stiles styles Ted Cruz

Makeup artist Victoria Stiles has styled many a celebrity, including Vice President Joe Biden (D), business mogul Richard Branson, NBA Hall of Famer Magic Johnson, the Washington Wizards' Bradley Beal, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen and a dozen others.

Leesburg’s Crescent Place homes promise four-story townhouses with a terrace each. Courtesy Photo/Knutson Co.

New homes bringing the ‘live, work, play’ mentality to downtown Leesburg

The land along the Washington and Old Dominion Trail in downtown Leesburg will see new residents moving into freshly constructed homes in January and February, and a boost to the downtown economy could come soon after, according to businesses and land developers.

If you build it, they will rock: Leesburg’s only concert venue coming into its own

Three years after transitioning from movie a theater, the Tally Ho sees bigger music acts and crowds.

Gap in Gap Road troubles Leesburg residents

After the heavy rainstorms at the beginning of October, many people were left with a few days of picking up debris and dealing with flooding around their homes. However, for one neighborhood in Leesburg, the clean up continues.

Holocaust survivor shares his story with Tuscarora’s “Anne Frank” cast

Tuscarora High School drama students learn about the holocaust from soldiers and survivors for production.

Frances Ferrell of Leesburg knits hats for the homeless. Courtesy Photo

82-year-old Leesburg woman gives back by knitting hats for the homeless

Frances Ferrell says she started to knit hats as a result of the Outreach Ministry of First Mount Olive Baptist Church of Leesburg to the homeless.

Leesburg resident Karen Shaufeld reflects on the solar array being installed over five acres at her River Farm. Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Leesburg farm changing the equation with massive solar array

From her 63-acre farm, the Leesburg entrepreneur and philanthropist is cultivating what may be Virginia’s largest privately-financed solar array on personal property.

Loudoun Cares hires new executive director

Loudoun Cares is a nonprofit that serves as a conduit and support center for other nonprofits in the area.

Sen. Dick Black (R-13th) wants Virginia to refuse Syrian refugees looking to resettle. Times-Mirror File Photo

Sen. Dick Black wants Virginia to halt refugee resettlements

In the wake of last week's terrorist attack in Paris that claimed nearly 130 lives, Black says Virginia “cannot keep the federal government from doing what harm it will, but we can refuse to assist them in any respect.”
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