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    Farmworks, a farm brewery owned by Flying Dog, is coming to Lucketts in 2015.- Courtesy/Flying Dog

    Flying Dog to build farm brewery in Loudoun
    Thu., Dec. 18 | 04:51 PM - Coming summer 2015, Farmworks Brewery will take 5 acres of property and is expected to include a 15-barrel brewhouse, cellar, coolshop and tasting room.
     > Top / Business / Western Loudoun / Leesburg /
    MORE: McAuliffe proposes changes to Virginia state budget
    Thu., Dec. 18 | 12:44 PM - Gov. Terry McAuliffe wants to more than double the pot of money he can spend trying to lure companies to Virginia, ease school districts' teacher retirement burdens, and give raises to rookie deputy sheriffs.
     > Top / Government / Politics /

    Lew Parker is the founder and winemaker at Loudoun County’s first winery, Willowcroft Vineyards, in southern Leesburg. Loudoun now boasts more than 40 wineries, more than any other county in Virginia. Times-Mirror Photo/Rick Wasser

    Loudoun Wine: ‘We get up with the sun and live and die by the weather’
    Thu., Dec. 18 | 12:33 PM - “The wines of Loudoun County are on the rise in terms of quality and intrigue."
     > Top / Business / People /

    Northern Virginia band Native Run will take the Tally Ho Theatre stage in Leesburg Dec. 22. Courtesy Photo

    Native Run: Home in Leesburg for the holidays
    Thu., Dec. 18 | 12:25 PM - The Northern Virginia band takes a break from Nashville to play to the people who gave them their start
     > Top / People / Western Loudoun / Leesburg /

    Loudoun County High School Principal Michelle Luttrell talked to parents outside the school after the lockdown was lifted. She assured them they could take their children home and that everyone was safe. Anna Harris/Times-Mirror

    Communication breakdown: Lockdown at LCHS spurs discussion on info protocol in schools
    Wed., Dec. 17 | 12:15 PM - For some concerned parents, communication during the emergency lockdown at Loudoun County High School stirred confusion.
     > Top / Public Safety / Education /

    Unreported arrests from the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office.

    Unseen crime: 85% of arrests, details about investigations go unreported in Loudoun and Leesburg
    Wed., Dec. 17 | 08:00 AM - A four-month study by the Loudoun Times-Mirror that compared more than two years of indictment lists issued by the county's commonwealth’s attorney's office to arrest reports issued by the county's sheriff's office and Leesburg Police Department.
     > Top / Public Safety / Eastern Loudoun / Western Loudoun /
    Loudoun County Parkway completion sparks local Republican rift
    Tue., Dec. 16 | 03:50 PM - The completion of Loudoun County Parkway, a key transportation project in the county, led to sharp words and claims of lies between local Republican officeholders last week.
     > Top / Government / Politics /

    A suspect has been named in the 2012 murder of former Winchester Star reporter Sarah Greenhalgh. -Courtesy/Fauquier Times

    Suspect named in 2012 murder of Sarah Greenhalgh
    Tue., Dec. 16 | 12:17 PM - Fingerprints from John Sheldon Kearns – Greenhalgh's former boyfriend – were obtained on Dec. 8, according to an affidavit filed in the Circuit Court Dec. 11.
     > Top / Public Safety / People /
    MORE: Gov. McAuliffe calls for stricter gun regulations
    Mon., Dec. 15 | 05:57 PM - Included in McAuliffe's initiatives are closing the so-called “gun show loophole” and re-implementing the state's one-handgun-per-month law.
     > Top / Government / Politics /

    Aaron Monsey of Sterling claimed his $1 million lottery prize on Dec. 15 – less than one week before it was set to expire. Photo Courtesy/Virginia Lottery

    Sterling man claims $1 million Powerball prize one week before it expires
    Mon., Dec. 15 | 05:31 PM - Aaron Monsey was in no hurry to claim his $1 million winning lottery ticket.
     > Top / Business / People / Eastern Loudoun / Sterling /
    Gabriella Miller Kids First Research Act funded in federal spending bill
    Mon., Dec. 15 | 11:41 AM - The Gabriella Miller Kids First Research Act, named after a 10-year-old childhood cancer advocate from Loudoun who died last year after fighting a vicious cancer in her brain, will be funded through the just-passed budget measure.
     > Top / Government / Politics /
    Sources: Gov. McAuliffe to include Medicaid expansion in budget
    Mon., Dec. 15 | 07:35 AM - When Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe unveils his budget proposal next week it will include a top but elusive goal: expanding Medicaid eligibility for low-income Virginians, according to two sources.
     > Top / Government / Politics /

    Ryan Gould of Purcellville helps spread the Christmas spirit in western Loudoun with his elaborately decorated home. Times-Mirror Photo/Elizabeth Stinnette

    Dreams of Christmas lights dance in the head of Purcellville resident
    Sun., Dec. 14 | 07:48 AM - Ryan Gould, a Purcellville resident and software engineer for Orbital, has spent seven years crafting a light show extravaganza choreographed to Christmas music.
     > Top / People / Western Loudoun /

    Mike Carroll has owned Leesburg Vintner in historic downtown for more than two decades.

    Loudoun’s most essential holiday sauces
    Sat., Dec. 13 | 08:31 AM - In a county dotted by wineries, breweries and now a couple cideries, is there a better, more convenient present than booze?
     > Top / People /
    Ashburn attorney sentenced to nine years in fatal drunken driving case
    Fri., Dec. 12 | 07:35 PM - An Ashburn attorney convicted of killing two people in a drunken car crash in October was sentenced today to at least nine years in prison in Loudoun County Circuit Court.
     > Top / Public Safety / Eastern Loudoun / Ashburn /
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