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Lane closures on Belmont Ridge Road set for June-July

Phased lane closures on Belmont Ridge Road between Route 7 (Harry Byrd Highway) and Riverside Parkway will take place throughout June and part of July, according to Loudoun County officials.

Cooper’s Hawk Winery and Restaurant has signed a lease for a new location that will be opened in the Belmont Chase retail center by Whole Foods. Photo Courtesy/Cooper’s Hawk Winery and Restaurant

Winery to open at Ashburn’s Belmont Chase

Ashburn will be getting a new winery and dining location in February. Cooper's Hawk Winery and Restaurant has signed a lease for a new location that will be opened in the Belmont Chase retail center by Whole Foods.

Updated: Man found guilty in River Creek explosion

A 21-year-old Leesburg man has been found guilty of two felonies for the explosion in River Creek last summer.

Need a break? Loudoun’s various day spas may be the answer

After a long and cold winter, and many days with kids home from school, a few hours at a day spa sounds like heaven on earth. Fortunately, there are several options in the area that can warm up your body and spirit and help rejuvenate you as we head into spring.

UPDATE: Middleburg gets county’s first charter school

The Loudoun County School Board voted to accept the application of the Middleburg Community Charter School at a work session and action meeting Tuesday night.

Alleged River Creek pipe bomber sent to grand jury

The case against the Leesburg man accused of setting off explosives at a local golf course will proceed to the grand jury.

Man arrested for River Creek explosives

A man has been arrested in connection with the explosives detonated and found in the River Creek community in Leesburg.

Pipe bomb exploded in Leesburg late Tuesday

The Loudoun Fire Marshal Investigators are seeking information regarding an Aug. 20 pipe bomb explosion in Leesburg.

OpenBand sues county, HOAs for $50 million; alleges unlawful conduct

In yet another twist to a nearly three year saga, telecommunications firm OpenBand on Oct. 10 filed a lawsuit against 15 defendants, alleging Loudoun Supervisors Ralph Buona and Shawn Williams acted beyond their lawful authority in attempting to force a compromise between the business and two homeowners associations.

Loudoun County graduations

Loudoun County graduations

Crime report for Monday, May 14, 2012

Auto theft May 12-13, 5 p.m. - 8:50 a.m. A 1999 bronze Toyota Camry was stolen from the 20900 block of Chippoaks Forest Circle in Sterling.

Proms around Loudoun

The proms around Loudoun County.

Capital Improvement Project presented to board

Superintendent Dr. Edgar Hatrick presented his Capital Improvement Project for fiscal 2013-2018 to the Loudoun County School Board during their Feb. 7 meeting resulting in projects totaling $565.6 million - significantly less from 2011’s $920 million presented.

County supervisors to OpenBand: Negotiate

Loudoun supervisors ask telecommunications firm to agree to amended franchise agreement
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A lone voter casts his ballot at the Republican primary election for the Belmont Ridge precinct at Belmont Ridge Middle School in Lansdowne Aug. 23. Volunteers said voters had been trickling in all morning.

Confused primary voters turned away at the polls; turnout low

Loudoun County precinct workers are turning away voters at the polls who are confused as to if they can cast a ballot in today's state primary elections, according to General Registrar Judy Brown.
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