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Chantilly resident gets early Halloween trick

The tricks or treats have started a bit early in Chantilly, according to the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office.

Anzhella Glasgow, 16, shows her mom some love before heading off to the first day of 10th grade at Freedom High School. Courtesy Photo/Lisa Glasgow

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome: Living with the most harmful, yet preventable prenatal disease

A victim of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, 16-year-old Anzhella Glasgow faces daily physical and cognitive struggles and she will be dependent for the rest of her life.

SCC concludes Dulles Greenway investigation, rules favorably for toll road

Rates along the 14-mile roadway beginning in Leesburg and running east-west toward Washington D.C. are more than $5 one-way during peak hours.

Facebook/No Red Hill Water Towers

‘No Red Hill Tower’ group targets five Loudoun supervisors

A single-issue advocacy group is calling out five Loudoun supervisors who voted to allow a nearly 200-feet-tall water tower near the rural policy area close to the Brambleton and Willowsford communities.

UPDATE: Dominion begins analysis of alternative power line routes in Dulles

Dominion Power has begun a technical analysis of some alternative power line routes proposed by Loudoun government, according to county Supervisor Matt Letourneau (R-Dulles).

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Chantilly man found with arsenal to prepare for ‘zombie apocalypse’ sentenced to 23 years

A Chantilly man who authorities found an array of homemade explosives, weapons, ammunition and pills in his home was recently sentenced to 23 years.

Strasburg man charged with assaulting law enforcement officer

A Strasburg man was arrested today after he failed to comply with a deputy's commands to get out of his vehicle.

County to break ground on first recreation and senior center for South Riding

The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors, Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Services and Department of Transportation and Capital Infrastructure will hold a groundbreaking ceremony for Phase II and Phase III of the Dulles South Multipurpose Center at 11 a.m. Aug. 1.

South Riding man dies following crash

A South Riding man died July 12 from injuries he suffered in an auto crash.

Nathan van Leeuwen stands in front of his custom-built treehouse at his Make-A-Wish reveal party. Times-Mirror Photo/Bill Clare

Make-A-Wish grants Loudoun 9-year-old his dream house

When it came to choosing his one wish, 9-year-old Nathan van Leeuwen knew exactly what he wanted: to build a Minecraft-themed tree house. “I wanted to have something that I would have for my whole childhood,” Nathan said. “I picked Minecraft because that’s my favorite video game.”

Examples of the high voltage power lines to be build on Poland Road supplementing the data center. The photos were posted by No Towers on 50, a collection of residents opposed to the build. Courtesy/Facebook

South Riding residents petition for Rt. 50 data center move

South Riding residents who voiced concerns last month about a data center's build in the community on Poland Road have created a petition to ask the owner of the center to move.

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.
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