"We are not afforded the luxury of being average."
When Leesburg resident David Mercado decided to open Art Sweet Art in historic Leesburg on Loudoun Street in 2018, he did so with the goal of promoting local artisans and providing them with a space to show and sell their work.
Mooching off the neighbors' wifi. Folding pizza boxes for an extra buck. Keeping the window open when the street exterminator comes by to get some free home fumigation. Yes, the Kim family is just that poor.
Harpers Ferry Brewing north of Hillsboro is making national headlines today with its planned Wednesday release of “Sell The Team IPA."
Nashville-based country-blues collective The Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band will stop at Tally Ho Theater in downtown Leesburg on Nov. 9 as a part of its Big Damn Blues Revolution Tour and the 3rd Annual Chad Dukes Veterans Day Jamboree.
Due to the impending weather forecast for heavy rain on Halloween night, the Town of Purcellville has announced it has added a second night of trick-or-treating on Nov. 1.
This year's two-day Inova Ladies Board Rummage sale Oct. 19 and 20 “shattered” all previous records for sales and brought in $343,000, according to event organizers.
Shelley Sheerschmidt has been the owner of Madisonbelle since June 2017. The women's boutique clothing store in historic Leesburg on Loudoun Street carries clothing for all shapes and sizes – and price points. The Loudoun Times-Mirror paid a visit to the shop and spent time learning more abo…
When Jason Chubbuck was a student at Western Carolina University, located in a rural town in North Carolina, he observed several driving fatalities as students left campus to find late-night food after parties.
A group of local residents have formed a foundation to save a historic church near Bluemont and preserve it in the National Register of Historic Places.