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Andrew Crush of Spring House Farm was recently honored by The Progressive Farmer magazine as one of America’s Best Young Farmers. Times-Mirror/Ed Felker

Loudoun County farmer Andrew Crush named one of America’s Best Young Farmers

Each year, The Progressive Farmer Magazine, the largest circulation farm magazine in the U.S., selects five of America’s best young farmers and ranchers.

Leesburg’s population tops 50,000 for the first time in history

According to the U.S. Census Bureau’s annual population estimates for cities and towns released last week, the Town of Leesburg’s population was 51,209 in July 2015.

Times-Mirror/Trevor Baratko

IN PHOTOS: ‘Corks for a Cause’ spells success for LAWS

Breaux Vineyards played host Friday to those interested in some feel-good drinking at the second annual Corks for a Cause event to benefit the Loudoun Child Advocacy Center, a program of the Loudoun Abused Women's Shelter.

Courtesy Photo/David Galen for the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce (Facebook/Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce)

Salamander Resort founder Sheila Johnson vows to invest in Middleburg’s long-term success

"This resort is really the crown jewel of my business," Sheila Johnson, business tycoon and founder and CEO of the Salamander Resort & Spa, told a packed audience at her Middleburg luxury estate Thursday.

Courtesy Photo/April Gonzales

Former track star follows his passion in Loudoun County

Born in Jamaica, Cornwall and his family moved to New York when he was young. Following high school, he earned a full athletic scholarship to run track and field at Ohio State University.

Poll: 9 in 10 Native Americans not offended by Redskins name

A recent national poll found that nine of 10 Native Americans aren't offended by the Washington Redskins name.

Times-Mirror/Sydney Kashiwagi

UPDATE: Ashburn man still seeking answers in eminent domain case

Despite the bulldozers and heavy drilling machines ripping through five acres of his property, Ashburn resident Mehdi Pahlavani says silence is hurting him more than noise.

‘We are really seeing how close they are:’ Letters reveal bond between FDR and past Oatlands owner

“We are really seeing how close they were,” Lori Kimball said. “[Mrs. Eustis] mentions several things that demonstrate that they are not just acquaintances. There are lots of examples, like the fact that she sat right behind the press at the third inauguration.”

Report: Middleburg Bank fights back, CEO not considering a sale at this time

Middleburg Bank CEO Gary Shook is refusing to sell the bank and is pushing back against criticism from the bank's largest shareholder, investment titan David Sokol.

Jeyhan Turker, a sophomore at Riverside High School, was selected out of 17 vocalists to sing the national anthem at the Purceville Cannons baseball games. Courtesy Photo

Jeyhan to sing national anthem for Purcellville Cannons inaugural season

Jeyhan Turker, a sophomore at Riverside High School, was selected as this years’ first-place winner to sing the national anthem at the home games for the Purcellville Cannons.

From left to right, Dr. Jill McCabe, medical director of the pediatric emergency department and hospital services, Beamer, a fictional therapy dog and Gina Harrison,  nurse manager of the pediatric emergency department at Inova Loudoun. Photo Courtesy/ Inova Loudoun

Inova Loudoun’s Children’s ER celebrates 10 years of service

Inova Loudoun's children's emergency room will celebrate its 10-year anniversary on May 14.

Patrons watch the annual Independence Day fireworks display at the Old Stone School. Photo Courtesy/Old Stone School

Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton addressed a group of about 20 people today at the Mug and Muffin in Stone Ridge. Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Clinton talks work-life balance with Loudoun families

Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton addressed a room of about 20 working parents in a small coffee shop in the Stone Ridge community today to talk about the work-life balance they juggle on a daily basis.

Bob Klancher, community advocate and planning commissioner, dies at 57

“Bob was a dear friend who I loved like a brother,” said Loudoun Board of Supervisors Vice Chairman Ralph Buona (R-Ashburn). “He devoted his life to his family, his community and his church."

Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Visit Loudoun dishes out annual tourism awards

The PONY Nationals Girls Softball Tournament and Loudoun Wineries Association Ultimate Winemaker experience were honored as the 2015 Tourism Events of the Year at Visit Loudoun's annual awards Tuesday afternoon.
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