Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam has thrown his support to Democratic Del. Jay Jones, who is challenging two-term incumbent Attorney General Mark Herring in this year's election.
The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors voted 5-4 Tuesday night on a housing plan to develop 238 dwelling units west of Ashburn Farms.
The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors voted 6-3 Tuesday to adopt several ordinance amendments that will largely prohibit firearms in county buildings, public parks and recreational community centers.
From higher fines for littering to a ban on releasing nonbiodegradable balloons, Virginia’s General Assembly has approved a collection of bills that will impact consumers.Some of the bills seek to address issues that have cropped up or become more pressing because of the coronavirus pandemic…
RICHMOND, Va. — State lawmakers gave final approval Monday to legislation that will end capital punishment in Virginia, a dramatic turnaround for a state that has executed more people in its long history than any other.
(AP) — Loudoun County Public Schools has agreed to a series of reforms following an investigation by the Virginia Attorney General’s Office into racial discrimination in the admissions policies at an elite magnet school.
Former Leesburg Planning Commissioner Nick Clemente will be seeking the Republican nomination for the 10th District House of Delegates seat that is held Del. Wendy Gooditis (D).
Loudoun County will join localities across the commonwealth in providing a unified process for people in Virginia to pre-register for the COVID-19 vaccine.
Initially scheduled to vote on the measure Feb. 10, the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors instead moved a vote on several ordinance amendments to prohibit firearms in county buildings, public parks and recreational community centers to March 2.
Loudoun County Administrator Tim Hemstreet on Wednesday presented a proposed fiscal 2022 budget totaling $3.3 billion in appropriations for the county government and Loudoun County Public Schools.
The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors had a gauntlet of questions and concerns prepared when the Loudoun County School Board presented its $1.493 billion adopted fiscal 2022 budget in a semi-virtual joint meeting Monday night.
Loudoun seating its first African American judge and the county helping elect the first African American vice president of the U.S. are among the moments the Board of Supervisors are highlighting for Black History Month.
The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors will continue discussing the future of the Aldie Assemblage proposal at Tuesday's finance committee meeting.
The House of Delegates on Friday passed HB 2104 with a vote of 90-9. One lawmaker was absent. The bill now moves on to the Senate.
Leesburg resident Susan Kestner signed up her 90-year-old mother, two sons and herself immediately after they became eligible for the COVID-19 vaccination last month.
A company launched by classic car and motorcycle enthusiasts is considering Loudoun County for a dining and exhibition space called Gas Haus Car Bar and Auto Lounge.
The Census Bureau’s missed deadlines could be a boon for Virginia Republicans but a bust for the New Jersey GOP — and the reverse for Democrats — as the only two states with legislative elections this year do so without the data they need to draw new boundaries.
Loudoun County’s building and development department, which handles land development applications and other zoning and permitting matters, saw an increase in its workload in 2020 despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors directed county staff Jan. 19 to execute a lease for a location at the Dulles Town Center to operate a full-scale COVID-19 vaccination point of dispensing, or pod.
The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors adopted a resolution early Wednesday morning demanding the resignation of state Del. David LaRock (R-33rd).
The Loudoun County Health department is requiring all people requesting a COVID-19 vaccine in the Phase 1a and Phase 1b priority groups to complete an online pre-screening survey, according to county officials.
Virginia Del. David Reid (D-32nd) is seeking a determination of whether the Dulles Greenway is in the public interest to continue operating under the Virginia Highway Corporation Act of 1988 or should instead be brought under the Public-Private Transportation Act of 1995.
Virginia House Speaker Eileen Filler-Corn (D) on Wednesday stripped Del. Dave LaRock of Loudoun County and two other Republican delegates — Mark Cole and Ronnie Campbell — who had urged Vice President Mike Pence to nullify Virginia’s certified election results of one committee assignment each.