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Loudoun County mothers appalled over school system’s mobile app ad

A Loudoun County Public Schools advertisement for the school system's mobile app has infuriated local mothers, who are calling the ad “condescending,” “offensive” and “sexist.”

Leesburg man flees deputies, arrested at River Creek residence

A Leesburg man was arrested on a slate of charges following traffic violations around 12:15 a.m. Friday.

After landmark First Amendment ruling, more Loudouners share stories of social media censorship

What do a local government contractor, a conservative activist in Sterling, gay rights leaders in Lovettsville, a Purcellville politician and members of a left-leaning political action group have in common?

Loudoun School Board nixes hats in schools

Remember to take off your snapbacks when you walk into school on Aug. 24, high schoolers, because hats are no longer dress-code approved.

Lansdowne resident Brian Davison says freedom of speech and expression is in danger in Loudoun County. Times-Mirror Photo

Loudoun County resident’s First Amendment case may benefit free-speech group’s suit against Trump

After months of a pending verdict in a case that raised consequential questions about the constitutional limitations on politicians' social media accounts, a federal court ruled last week that Loudoun County Chairwoman Phyllis Randall (D-At Large) violated Lansdowne resident Brian Davison’s right to free speech.

65-acre data center site in Sterling sells for $25M

New York-based developer company Sentinel Data Centers has paid $25.2 million for part of the 100-acre AOL campus in Loudoun County.

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Better Angels aims for better political understanding in Leesburg

In today's political climate, the concept of civility and open-minded discussions are often missing from the headlines.

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‘United Patriots’ to hold Leesburg rally in support of Confederate monument

A group calling itself “United Patriots” plans to hold a rally on the Loudoun County Courthouse grounds in Leesburg Aug. 12 “in support of keeping” the statue of a Confederate soldier on the grounds, according to town officials.

Loudoun County to do away with vehicle decal tax program, except in Purcellville and Hamilton

Starting next July Loudoun County residents can kiss their vehicle decals goodbye -- unless they're from Purcellville or Hamilton.

MORE: Loudoun supervisors approve 62 percent pay raise in 5-4 vote

After weeks of discussion, Loudoun supervisors agreed Thursday night on a 62 percent raise for the next Board of Supervisors and Planning Commission effective 2020.

Once again, Loudoun is the nation’s most affluent county. So why isn’t everyone celebrating?

Loudoun County is once again the richest county in the U.S., according to the latest Census Bureau estimates, but not everyone thinks the distinction is a cause for celebration – and some residents think the title masks certain truths.

Proposed high-end shooting range at the members-only Caliber Club. Courtesy photo.

A luxe gun club could be coming to Commonwealth Center in Ashburn

Imagine being able to spend the day at a shooting range, then take up a self-defense and yoga class, snag a massage and then host a business meeting and throw a party, all under one roof.

Jury recommends 132 years in prison for Loudoun’s serial tire and rim thief

Jason L. Brooks was found guilty last week in a series of tire and rim thefts that occurred last year.

Ann-Charlotte Robinson, mother of suicide victim Will. Courtesy Photo

With student suicides on the rise in Loudoun County, parents say school leaders lack compassion

Mental health professionals say compassion is vital in helping a child deal with suicidal thoughts. But several Loudoun County parents say compassion is lacking from local school leaders in charge of thousands of students, scores of whom are coping with depression and anxiety.

Loudoun supervisors likely to scrap county’s vehicle decal program

Loudoun County residents may not have to deal with those pesky vehicle decals much longer.
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