On March 15, a few days after returning from a business trip in New York City, Amy Bobchek, a Leesburg-based chief revenue officer, experienced the first symptoms of what would later be confirmed as COVID-19.
Valeria "Val" Walters joined the team at the Ryan Bartel Foundation as the nonprofit's executive director several weeks ago.
To offer her students and others an entertaining way to improve their grammar while self-isolating, Leesburg's Stacy Eldridge, an English and literature instructor at Northern Virginia Community College Loudoun Campus, launched a series of brief YouTube videos, "Grammar Rant," on April 1.
Six acres of western Loudoun farmland surrounds this expansive four-bedroom home, move-in ready and ideal for the equestrian lifestyle. It can be yours for $875,000.
A Loudoun County first responder has tested positive for the coronavirus.
Loudoun County officials say local residents are responding to the call for personal protective equipment donations during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Virginia Department of Health is reporting 188 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Loudoun County, including four deaths as a result of the virus, according to county officials.
Adults and parents are being encouraged to interpret online information appropriately as the coronavirus continues to spread.
Social distancing and working from home during COVID-19 is a challenge for all parents, especially those to children with special needs.