Less than a year after launching, Cartwheels will be coming to more areas in downtown Leesburg after a unanimous Town Council vote on Tuesday.
Around a thousand people filled Virginia's Capitol Square for the dedication Monday of statues honoring some of the state's trailblazing women, part of a monument organizers say is unlike any other in the country.
State and local leaders are celebrating the groundbreaking of the Route 7-Battlefield Parkway interchange project that will eventually remove the stoplight and bring a new shared-use path and sidewalk along Battlefield Parkway in the area of the project.
Congresswoman Jennifer Wexton (D-10th) on Oct. 9 paid a visit to the Loudoun Abused Women’s Shelter, continuing a series of events commemorating Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
While zoning in the Algonkian District has remained status quo for much of the past 20 years, a proposed housing development has caught the attention of residents in the Sterling community.
Mayor Roger Vance outlined plans Tuesday for the Route 9 maintenance project that he hopes will get underway early next year.
A proposed housing development for 184 units and 12 affordable dwelling units in Sterling is under consideration for rezoning.
Four candidates vying for local and state offices in November have announced plans to address needed rural broadband services with the Western Loudoun Telecommunication Initiative.
Graydon Manor boasts an impressive view of Loudoun County. The 20th-century manor house looks out over 131 acres of trees and hills and neighbors the Rust Nature Sanctuary. From a hilltop on the property, visitors can see all the way to the urban centers of Reston and Tysons Corner.
Purcellville Town Council voted 4-0-3 on Sept. 24 to proceed with a request of $700,000 from Loudoun County's fiscal 2021 Capital Improvement Plan budget to purchase a two-acre property adjacent to the Fireman's Field complex to additional recreational space.