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Winery dogs at Cardamon Family Vineyard in Purcellville. Times-Mirror/Trevor Baratko

Virginia legislature passes bill allowing dogs inside wineries, breweries

Legislation proposed by Del. John Bell (D-87th) of Loudoun that allows dogs at wineries has passed both chambers of the Virginia General Assembly.

Bond denied for man indicted in 2015 Leesburg Outlets hammer attack

A motion to release the man charged in the 2015 hammer attack at the Leesburg Corner Premium Outlets on bond was denied in Loudoun County Circuit Court Friday morning.

Bike TrAle Brewing is Leesburg’s newest brewery

Bringing a new farm brewing option to Leesburg, Bike TrAle Brewing is historic downtown's newest brewery.

Sgt. Samantha Harwood, center, poses with LCSO command staff. Harwod is the first woman with the LCSO to earn safety bomb technician certification. Courtesy Photo

Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office celebrates first woman bomb technician

A member of the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office joined a select few after receiving her certification as a United States Public Safety Bomb Technician from the Hazardous Devices School at Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Alabama.

Man indicted in 2015 hammer attack at Leesburg outlets set to appear in court

The man charged in the 2015 hammer attack at the Leesburg Corner Premium Outlets is expected to appear in Loudoun County Circuit Court Friday for a 10 a.m. pre-trial hearing, according to online court documents.

Loudoun supervisors advance Route 15 widening proposal despite some opposition

The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors plans to vote next month on whether to begin the process of widening U.S. Route 15 from a rural two-lane undivided road to a four-lane, median-divided thoroughfare between North King Street to Montresor Road in Leesburg.

Times-Mirror/Veronike Collazo

Monroe Tech parents, students concerned about Academies of Loudoun changes

The C.S. Monroe Technology Center in Leesburg has long been lauded as the county’s successful vocational and technology program. Loudoun County Public Schools has further invested in Monroe with its transfer to the Academies of Loudoun as the Monroe Advanced Technical Academy.

Times-Mirror/Alexander Erkiletian

Second annual Black History Expo celebrates partnerships, progress

Loudoun celebrated Black History Month Saturday with an expo that honored the past, embraced the present and hopes to inspire the future.

Meet Thomas Harvey, Tuskie’s new executive chef

It’s 10 a.m. on Valentine’s Day, and the staff at Tuscarora Mill Restaurant is running through the day’s specials, preparing for a very full dining room.

South King Street mural approved in Leesburg

Kaeley Boyle and her mother, Rusty, have an easy camaraderie. The daughter, a graduate from Penn State University’s fine arts program, and the mother, a former art teacher and muralist, finish each other’s thoughts like two painters adding brushstrokes to the same canvas.

Virginia House embraces Medicaid expansion in budget

Efforts to expand Medicaid to about 300,000 low-income adults in Virginia continue to gain momentum, as Republican House leaders on Sunday publicly embraced a form of expansion that includes work requirements and copays.

Leesburg council delays decision on preferred Route 15 interchange fix

Leesburg Town Council again postponed a decision about its preferred design for the Route 15 North/North King Street interchange during last week's meeting.

Leesburg opposes opening of Kincaid Boulevard – for now

Leesburg Town Council unanimously refused to open Kincaid Boulevard for traffic heading to the proposed DC United stadium at Bolen Park—at least until Crosstrail Boulevard is completed.

‘What man has made for evil, God will use for good:’ Loudoun community holds vigil

Armed with electric candles and glow sticks, the Loudoun interfaith community marched Friday night to spread the light of love and unity in the face of hate.

Simpson Middle School administration addresses parent concerns

When Simpson students told parents about school administrators removing bathroom doors because of vaping, parents were concerned about potential substance abuse, discipline and about the lack of communication from Simpson staff. Principal Lenny Compton addressed these concerns at Community Forum last Wednesday.
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