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South Riding area residents peeved by power line plan

Dominion Virginia Power is planning a new transmission power line in the once-scenic corridor that will serve a new substation in the Poland Road-Route 50 area.

Paul VI High School moving to Loudoun

The Catholic Diocese of Arlington has made the decision to move its Paul VI High School campus from Fairfax to Loudoun.

Chick-Fil-A has asked the county if a restaurant located in South Riding would be allowed by-right. - Logo courtesy/Chick-Fil-A

Chick-Fil-A may be coming to South Riding

Chick-Fil-A has asked Loudoun County if building a proposed Chantilly restaurant at the corner of South Riding Boulevard and Defender Drive south of Route 50 would be by-right.

The Avonlea Project, Peterson hopes, is expected to fill a dearth of entertainment and retail options in the South Riding part of the county. -Rendering/Peterson Companies

Avonlea development in South Riding gets approval from board

Avonlea, expected to cost Peterson north of $70 million, will include 122,500 square feet of retail space, a 39,000 square foot cinema, a 32,000 square foot health club, a 40,000 square foot grocer and 40,000 square feet of office.

Juvenile leads deputy on chase in South Riding

A juvenile was arrested today after leading a Loudoun County deputy on a chase in Chantilly.

Dulles South motorists should expect major shift in traffic pattern

A change in the traffic pattern for Gum Spring Road between Evergreen Mills Road and Route 50 is expected to occur on or about Wednesday, April 29.

Aldie man charged with sexual battery

An Aldie man has been charged in connection with the April 20 sexual assault of a woman in his neighborhood.

Loudoun prescription drug ‘Take Back’ day set for April 25

In partnership with other Loudoun County law enforcement agencies, the Town of Purcellville Police Department will be participating in the nationwide prescription “Take-Back” initiative that seeks to prevent increased pill abuse and theft.

HCA appoints CEO for new StoneSprings Hospital Center in Dulles South

With its opening less than a year away, officials at StoneSprings Hospital Center in Dulles South have named a health care veteran as its CEO.

After outcry, Celebrate South Riding planners cancel elephant, other animal acts

After a petition to eliminate “animal acts” from the Celebrate South Riding fair garnered nearly 2,000 signatures, the Loudoun community's board of directors in March canceled “animal acts and rides” from the June festival.

Dog alerts sleeping family to housefire

A South Riding family escaped a house-fire Sunday after first their dog, then their smoke alarm alerted them to the flames at 2518 Raflo Lane.

UPDATE: Firefighters battle two-alarm blaze in Aldie

A two-alarm house fire in Aldie on Thursday that caused $300,000 in damage and injured one was started by improperly discarded smoking materials.

Loudoun firefighters respond to Broad Run house fire

Loudoun firefighters were on scene of a house fire today in the Broad Run area of Sterling.

Three arrested for South Riding armed robbery

Three men were arrested for a Jan. 12 armed robbery in Pemberton Square in South Riding.

UPDATE: Man robbed at gunpoint at Chantilly ATM

A man was robbed at gunpoint Monday at an ATM in the 25300 block of Elk Lick Road in Chantilly, according to the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office.
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