The developer for Warner Brook, a proposed 131-acre development on Route 611 in Purcellville, said he has been scheduling meetings over the past few months with local homeowner's associations to discuss issues and answer questions.
Immigrant children as young as 14 housed at a juvenile detention center in Virginia say they were beaten while handcuffed and locked up for long periods in solitary confinement, left nude and shivering in concrete cells.
President Donald Trump repeatedly refused to take responsibility for the consequences of the immigration policy that separated children from parents who are arrested for illegally crossing the U.S.-Mexico border. He persisted in blaming a “Democrat” law for driving families apart, though no …
Founded in 1989, the Loudoun Education Alliance of Parents was created to serve as a forum for concerns and ideas for a network of parents, teachers and administrators. But this year was marked with confusion as to leadership and organization of the alliance.
A Washington, D.C. man was sentenced Tuesday to four years in jail for prescription fraud and possession of a controlled substance.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order Wednesday aimed at ending the family separation policy at the U.S. southern border. The president's action came following nationwide backlash.
With the Broad Run Spartans throwing their graduation caps in the air June 15, Loudoun County Public Schools saw the graduation of nearly 5,800 seniors.
The Loudoun County Fire Marshal's Office says improperly discarded smoking materials caused a fire at the Sterling Ted Britt Chevrolet dealership Friday. The smoking materials were discarded in a mulch bed.
Fourteen-year-old Lucas Marinetto made Loudoun County proud during Tuesday night's episode of “World of Dance.”
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam (D) says he’s recalling members of the state’s National Guard from the U.S.-Mexico border because he disagrees with a federal policy of separating immigrant children from their families.
Zain Retherford, a three-time NCAA champion for Penn State’s legendary wrestling program, lays face down on a mat in front of 63 local wrestlers at the Top of the Podium wrestling facility in Sterling.
Ask Loudoun County High School rising senior and recently-named Player of the Year Taylor Kibble her secret to scoring so many goals, and she’ll immediately talk about everyone on the team but herself.
Loudoun Valley placed second in Class 4, while Briar Woods (third) and Tuscarora (fourth) earned top five finishes in Class 5 to highlight Loudoun schools in the final Wells Fargo Cup standings of the 2017-2018 school year.