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Fairfax grand jury indicts Martinez-Torres on capital murder, rape charges

A Fairfax County grand jury has indicted Dawin Martinez-Torres, 22, on capital murder and rape charges related to the killing of 17-year-old Nabra Hassanen, according to media reports.

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Kappa Farms to invest $865K, create 21 jobs in Sterling

Kappa Farms plans to invest $865,000 and create 21 jobs at a new, year-round aquaponics operation in Sterling.

Watch our conversations with Ed Gillespie and Ralph Northam

The sold-out event from Eddie Merlot's steakhouse in One Loudoun came just ahead of Northam's event with former Vice President Joe Biden and Gillespie's campaign appearance with Vice President Mike Pence.

Supervisors take steps to have Loudoun County take over traffic studies conducted by developers

In a bid to fix what county leaders described as the “broken” process of land-use applicants being responsible for conducting traffic studies for their own proposed developments, Loudoun supervisors have decided to look instead into having the county carry out the studies to make the process more credible.

Herndon man indicted for threatening to murder U.S. officials on social media

A federal grand jury returned an indictment Thursday charging a Herndon man with threatening to murder officials, officers, and employees of the Central Intelligence Agency and the U.S. State Department, as well as Virginia law enforcement officers.

Loudoun County may be facing a $100M budget shortfall

With a burgeoning schools budget, a growing population and the pressure to pay county employees higher wages, the county is projecting a budget shortfall of a hefty $100 million for 2019.

Loudoun School Board renews contract for Thomas Jefferson program

Though applications were due Sept. 29, the Loudoun School Board decided on Oct. 10 whether to end the county's involvement with the magnet school and ultimately voted to continue the relationship.

Vantage Data Centers purchases 42 acres in Ashburn’s ‘Data Center Alley,’ plans to invest $1B

"Vantage's expansion to Northern Virginia is in direct response to demand from our cloud and large technology enterprise customers, who have expansion plans on the east coast."

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‘America’s librarian’ brings her debut novel to Loudoun

Nancy Pearl, the award-winning librarian and NPR commentator known as “America’s librarian,” joins in the Loudoun celebration of the Fall for the Book festival with an Oct. 12 appearance at the Gum Spring Library in Stone Ridge.

Ed Gillespie, Ralph Northam to appear at Times-Mirror forum

The Loudoun Times-Mirror will conduct civil conversations with the two major-party candidates for Virginia governor on Oct. 14.

Woman reports attempted sexual assault in Sterling

The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a reported attempted sexual assault in the area of Alberta Terrace and Edwards Terrace in Sterling early Sunday.

Warner, Kaine to introduce bill to ban bump stocks in wake of Las Vegas shooting

Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) and Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) have joined Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Ca.) to introduce a bill to close a loophole that allows semi-automatic weapons to be easily modified.

MS-13 gang member sentenced in fatal 2015 Sterling shooting

Jose Miguel Espinosa de Dios, a 19-year-old MS-13 gang member, was sentenced to prison and fined for the 2015 shooting death of a 17-year-old in Sterling.

Falls Church woman charged for assault with scissors

A Falls Church woman was charged with malicious wounding Wednesday afternoon.

Energy, environment key issues in Virginia governor’s race

Energy and the environment will be front-line issues in this year's battle for governor of Virginia, a state that stretches from Appalachian coal fields to the Chesapeake Bay
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