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Hundreds of county residents marched from the Loudoun County Courthouse to the Douglass School in Leesburg Jan. 15 to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr.‘s legacy. Times-Mirror/Veronike Collazo

Loudoun remembers Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy with message of unity

As Loudouners gathered to celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday and his contributions to the Civil Rights Movement, coming together and taking political action was at the forefront of the county’s annual celebration.

Jim Freund with his wife Sibyl and New Jeresy Gov. Chris Christie (R). Courtesy photo/Jim Freund

Ashburn father chairing newly formed Addiction Policy Forum in Virginia

After experiencing firsthand how addiction can tear families apart, an Ashburn father is now leading the newly created Virginia chapter of the Addiction Policy Forum.

UPDATE: Leesburg and Purcellville police investigating reports of KKK materials

Leesburg Police are investigating several incidents involving propaganda fliers being distributed by individuals claiming to be Ku Klux Klan (KKK) members throughout the Northeast quadrant of the town.

Stanley Caulkins, who died Jan. 12 at age 92. Times-Mirror File Photo

Leesburg stalwart Stanley Caulkins dies at 92

Stanley Caulkins, one of Leesburg's best known and most respected businessmen, died this morning at home. He was 92.

Loudoun County advances plans for D.C. United second-division team, stadium

The Board of Supervisors on Wednesday took another step in advancing plans for a future stadium in Leesburg that, if approved, would be home to a D.C. United second division team.

New Dels. Reid, Gooditis set their sights on change in Richmond

Among the new faces sitting in the House of Delegates in Richmond this week are two Loudoun County lawmakers, Dels. David Reid (D-32nd) and Wendy Gooditis (D-10th), who are both pledging to implement change right away.

Detour map. West Virginia Department of Transportation

Section of Route 340 scheduled for weekend closure

Route 340 will be closed to through traffic between Harpers Ferry Road (Route 671) in Loudoun County and the Harpers Ferry National Historical Park entrance/Washington Street in West Virginia on Saturday and Sunday between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. for rock slope investigative work, according to the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT).

Mayor Kwasi Fraser stands with fellow council members in November 2017. Times-Mirror File Photo

Costs continue to mount in Purcellville; town hires interim attorney at $350 an hour

Costs related to the ongoing investigations and turmoil in Purcellville are now expected to top $120,000, a figure that does not include tens of thousands of dollars being paid to town employees who are on leave.

Catoctin Corner open for business in Purcellville.

Catoctin Corner open for business in Purcellville

Purcellville residents lined up over the weekend to experience the newest meeting spot in town. Dunkin' Donuts officially opened for business in the Catoctin Corner Shopping Center Jan. 6.

Loudoun County superintendent presents $1.2B school budget

Loudoun County Public Schools Superintendent Eric Williams presented a $1.2 billion budget proposal for fiscal 2019 to the School Board Tuesday night.

Loudoun County Courthouse evacuated due to water pipe break

According to the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office, the Loudoun County Courthouse has been evacuated and is closed due to a water pipe break.

Hamilton man arrested for second DUI in five years

The Loudoun County Sheriff's Office arrested a Hamilton man on charges of driving under the influence Sunday.

Winter weather advisory in effect from 1-7 p.m. Monday

A winter weather advisory remains in effect for the Leesburg area from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. Monday, according to Weather.com.

LCPS sees another day off today

Loudoun County Public Schools are closed today, Jan. 8.

Cornerstone Business Group, Inc. Courtesy graphic

2017 saw robust home prices in Loudoun

Figures from the Metropolitan Regional Information System (MRIS), the largest real estate listing service in the country, show average house prices in Loudoun County rose by 6.7 percent in 2017 compared to the previous year.
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