Living in a temporary accessory unit or trailer home isn't too common in affluent Loudoun County.
A group of area residents have launched a petition to raise objections to a proposed 38-home subdivision in Middleburg called Banbury Cross Reserve.
The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors approved several applications Tuesday night to rezone 13.9 acres and develop an additional 282 multifamily units in Ashburn.
Hoping to provide aid to the Selma Estates residents with recurring flood issues, the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors directed staff Tuesday night to prepare a plan for establishing a home buy-out program.
The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors agreed Tuesday night to increase the county's construction contribution to the Segra Field at Bolen Park and the upcoming training center for DC United and Loudoun United by $10 million due to rising development costs.Loudoun County and D.C. Sports Fac…
The Town of Leesburg in November contracted a Town Plan Design Charrette, and video of the consultant’s closing presentation was recently made available at legacy.leesburgva.gov.
Former state Del. Randy Minchew has submitted his resignation to the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority after serving on the body for six years.
The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors has voted to keep a proposed government center project in its future plans within the 2020 Capital Improvement Program.
Several new elected officials joined fellow lawmakers and constitutional officers at Belmont Country Club in Ashburn last week to meet with constituents and business leaders at the Loudoun Chamber’s annual legislative reception.
Loudoun County Supervisor Ron Meyer (R-Broad Run) on Thursday submitted a new project to be considered for addition into Loudoun County’s Capital Improvement Program (CIP). The proposal aims to initiate a public-private partnership to construct a performing arts center.
Pete Buttigieg has raised more money in individual donations from the commonwealth than any other candidate for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination.
Following a closed session Nov. 15, Middleburg Town Council voted unanimously to appoint Morris “Bud” Jacobs to fill on an interim basis the council seat vacated by longtime Councilman Kevin Hazard.