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The Epicurience Grand Tasting will be held Sept. 5 at Morven Park in Leesburg. Facebook/Epicurience Virginia

Epicurience festival arrives in D.C. Wine Country Labor Day weekend

For the third years, thousands will flock to Loudoun County for fine wine, great food and entertainment as the Epicurience food and wine festival kicks off Labor Day weekend.

Mackenzie and Sloane Scannell, daughters of Makersmiths founder Pat Scannell, watch as a program controls the design of a propeller in the 3D printer. Times-Mirror/Anna Harris

Makersmiths find a home in Leesburg

“Makers” and “makersmiths” aren't complicated terms. Makers are people who create. Anything from crafts to robotics in a marriage between technology and more traditional methods to create physical products more cheaply and effectively.

Leesburg police unveil new ‘safety zone’ for meeting after online transactions

The project is designed to help facilitate transactions from places like Craigslist while providing a secure place for people to meet, according an announcement from the department.

Broken lightbulb prompts bread recall in Va.

Bimbo Bakeries USA sent out a voluntary regional recall of certain bread products shipped to a few U.S. states, including Virginia.

More than a 1,000 diehards were on hand at Redskins Fan Appreciation Day in Ashburn Sunday. Times-Mirror Photo/Rick Wasser

Loudoun County is the epicenter of Redskin nation

Here, local officials go gaga any time a team representative appears at board meetings – the local Board of Supervisors in 2012 unanimously agreed to send at least $2 million in tax dollars into the team's coffers.

Traffic alert: Evening rush hour restrictions on Battlefield Parkway begin tomorrow

Drivers traveling west on Battlefield Parkway on the north side of Leesburg will not be able to turn right on a red light on northbound Route 15 during the weekday evening rush beginning Aug. 27, according to the Town of Leesburg.

Leesburg convenience store robbed at gunpoint

A Leesburg convenience store was robbed Tuesday night at gunpoint by two men, one of whom was wearing a clown mask.

Courtesy Photo/Middleburg Community Charter School

Middleburg charter school falls short of state accreditation

LCPS officials and the school’s new principal and chairman of its board of directors discussed the necessary steps to improve the school’s status in a meeting on Tuesday.

Woman hit by car in Lansdowne

A woman is in stable condition at Inova Fairfax Hospital after she was hit by a car Tuesday in Lansdowne.

Loudoun’s July 2015 housing market saw increases compared to last year. Times-Mirror/Anna Harris

Loudoun home sales continue their surge

Loudoun's housing market continues its upward motion, but a slow in inventory could drive prices up in coming months. July's housing numbers show a continued sales increase from last year but a lag in new listing activity compared to the same time in 2014.

Half King in Leesburg is giving local artists an American dream of sorts. Times-Mirror Photo/Kate Murphy

Leesburg’s Half-King Studio has Big Apple ambitions

With a shared passion for music and a building that’s slightly falling over to the right side, a local singer-songwriter collaborated with famous radio host Cerphe Colwell to create a music creative co-op in downtown Leesburg.

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Report: Video shows raid of Dimitri Kesari’s home in Hamilton

There’s a new development in the tale of Hamilton Town Councilman Dimitri Kesari, who earlier this month was indicted on federal election and campaign finance charges.

Twitter/Regal Cinemas

Regal cinemas will check your bags

Next time Loudouners hit the movies, specifically one of the county’s three Regal Cinema theaters, they’ll open more than just their wallets.

Purcellville’s Shamrock Music Shoppe to unveil new store Aug. 29

Shamrock’s goal to expand their “one-stop music shop” in Loudoun was set in motion this summer after moving to a new location at 160 W. Main St. in Purcellville.

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.
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