Welcome to LoudounTimes.com
Loudoun Times-Mirror
Middleburg

9 percent year-over-year increase in Williams’ proposed Loudoun County Public Schools budget

Williams proposed an increase of $93.6 million from the current $1.030 billion budget, bringing next year's proposal to $1.124 billion, more than 9 percent higher.

Courtesy Photo/Samsung

Loudoun tech leaders predict what’s in store for 2017

The past year saw Amazon making its first drone deliveries, the commercial launch of virtual and augmented reality headsets, the death of the headphone jack, growth in artificial personal assistants and the use of voice search.

Virginia lawmakers return this week for new session

Virginia's 2017 legislative session is set to start with lawmakers battling over state budget problems and jockeying for attention in an election year.

Courtesy Photo

Iconic Middleburg Training Center donated to retired race horse nonprofit

The historic Middleburg Training Center, which was built by late Upperville philanthropist Paul Mellon, was donated to a national nonprofit dedicated to re-homing and rehabilitating retired thoroughbred race horses on Dec. 30.

Governor vows to veto LaRock’s 20-week abortion ban bill

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe is promising to veto legislation banning abortion after 20 weeks of pregnancy, saying such a "socially divisive" proposal hurts the state's image.

Loudoun supervisors vote along party lines to nix proposed Commission on Women and Girls

In a party-line vote, Loudoun's Board of Supervisors on Tuesday nixed the creation of a county Commission on Women and Girls.

Facebook/Jill Vogel

Sen. Jill Vogel embroiled in email scandal

State Sen. Jill Vogel says she is “horrified” and “upset” by implications that she – or her husband -- is involved in a smear campaign against a fellow Republican state senator, but thus far the evidence in the imbroglio doesn't appear to be on Vogel's side.

New Year’s poll: Americans hopeful for a better 2017

Emotionally wrenching politics, foreign conflicts and shootings at home took a toll on Americans in 2016, but they are entering 2017 on an optimistic note.

First-year Loudoun County Chairwoman Phyllis Randall (D). Times-Mirror File Photo

2016 Year in Review: A new Loudoun County Board of Supervisors

After more than two decades of county leadership from former Chairman Scott York, Loudoun residents in 2015 elected Phyllis Randall (D), a mental health therapist by profession and the first African American to lead the Board of Supervisors.

Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

2016 Year in Review: Crime in Loudoun County

Loudoun saw an uptick in domestic violence, arrests and convictions of gang members, and the heroin and opioid epidemic continued to increase throughout the region and state.

Virginia GOP leaders want to tighten state’s welfare rules

The GOP proposals include a requirement that able-bodied, adult welfare recipients who don't work must instead spend 20 hours per week volunteering or taking job classes.

Growth at Salamander: Locally-based hospitality group to open first two urban hotels in 2017

Salamander Hotels and Resorts, the luxury hospitality group based in Middleburg and founded by powerhouse businesswoman Sheila C. Johnson, is immersed in a bustling 12 months, launching three chic new properties in a year.

Most Virginia Electoral College members see need for changes

Virginia's Democratic members of the Electoral College are all strong supporters of Hillary Clinton. What they're less sure of is the process they will be a part of next week.

LCSO: Route 7 westbound near Round Hill closed after fatal crash

A fatal crash on Route 7 westbound near Yellow Schoolhouse Road will close the highway for several hours, according to the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office.

21st Century Cures Act receives bipartisan support from Warner, Kaine and Comstock

A landmark health care and medical research bill, the 21st Century Cures Act, is heading to President Barack Obama's desk for his signature.
As Seen IN PRINT
The Loudoun Times-Mirror

is an interactive, digital replica
of the printed newspaper.
Click here for all e-editions.
Email UPDATES