The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office’s daily incident report documents a wide array of crimes and suspicious incidents around the county, divided into four sections based on general location.
For the second time in six months, Ku Klux Klan propaganda printouts were found in driveways in Loudoun County on Thursday, according to the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office.
Virginia will start to loosen restrictions on recreational marijuana on July 1, but the timeline and details of that loosening are anything but cut-and-dry.
On a recent Thursday morning, Legacy Farm apprentices were carefully and proudly packaging their first “Summer of Wellness” CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) boxes after many weeks of planting, weeding and watering the garden.
With two new bagel establishments opening, Loudoun residents have clearly been in need of some good bagels — and King Street in downtown Leesburg is now the place to find them.
The Office of the Loudoun County Attorney and the legal team representing the family of a Loudoun teen who drowned last year have met and continue to discuss the family’s assertion that the county bears responsibility for the June death.
The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors on Monday evening adopted guidelines and a preliminary timeline for the 2021 local redistricting process.
Long-running tensions in the Loudoun County Public Schools community came to a head during Tuesday’s School Board meeting after public comment descended into disorder following remarks from former Virginia State Senator Dick Black (R-13th).
The Loudoun County School Board voted unanimously to prematurely end the public comment portion of its Tuesday meeting after a capacity crowd descended into shouting and after numerous requests that attendees remain silent were not heeded.
The next Loudoun County Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) collection event is scheduled for Saturday at 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at Freedom High School in South Riding, according to a County press release.
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — If a court clears the way, the state of Virginia expects to remove not just a soaring statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee from Richmond’s historic Monument Avenue but also a little-known piece of history tucked inside the massive sculpture’s base: a 134-year-old tim…
Parents, political groups and others in Loudoun County are gearing up for what will likely be a packed meeting of the Loudoun County School Board on Tuesday — its last until August.
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam (D) tweeted on Monday congratulating the commonwealth for 70% of adults having received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine.
The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors voted on several recommendations Tuesday to improve the county’s transparency with regard to airport noise for current and future residents within the impact area of Dulles International Airport.
The Sterling Playmakers — a Loudoun County institution for more than 25 years — opened their first in-person show after more than a year. The Laramie Project revolves around the events following the 1998 murder of Matthew Shepard, a gay college student in Laramie, Wyoming.
Michelle Thomas looked out to the hundreds of people who gathered Saturday to celebrate Juneteenth as she described how for the longest time, the holiday had mostly been celebrated privately, or in small gatherings.
The dust has barely settled after a 14-month infrastructure project in Hillsboro was finalized several weeks ago — and town officials were ready to celebrate on Friday.
After the Purcellville Town Council rejected a zoning amendment in April that would have changed building height regulations in the C-4 zoning district, the council reconsidered the motion on June 8 and approved the amendment with a vote of 4-2.
As was to be expected, the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic were chief among the talking points during high school graduation ceremonies in Loudoun County this week and last.
A number of events will be held Saturday in Loudoun County to commemorate Juneteenth, the day when all Black people in the United States learned they were free from slavery.
A Leesburg author plans to open a bookstore with a new concept in downtown Leesburg at 7 East Market Street across from the Courthouse this summer.
Summer is here, and with many pandemic-related restrictions recently lifted, families are scrambling to find fun activities for their children while school is closed for the next few months.
National and regional health care organizations are urging northern Virginians to donate blood amid a recent drop in the country's blood supply.