Judge will ask Arlington commonwealtha s attorney to serve in Delgaudio case
Judge Paul Sheridan said Tuesday he will seek to appoint Arlington Commonwealth's Attorney Theo Stamos to represent Sterling residents in the recall petition case against Loudoun County Supervisor Eugene Delgaudio , this following Sheridan's granting a request for recusal from Loudoun Commonwealth's Attorney Jim Plowman.
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Fri Mar 07, 2014
New sketch released of Sterling robbery suspect
The Loudoun County Sheriff's Office has released an additional sketch of a man believed to have robbed four women in the Sterling area.
Sketch Released in Armed Robbery Investigation
The Loudoun County Sheriff's Office is releasing a new composite sketch of a suspect possibly involved in four armed robberies in the Sterling area, including two last month.
School Board approves Theater Academy pilot at Heritage High
Students from Loudoun County Public School's theater and drama programs made quite an impression Feb. 25 during the school board's regularly scheduled public comment session.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Bought a new home? Get to know the landscaping early on, experts advise
But there is more to moving day than unpacking boxes; there's also learning to care for that garden inherited with the new home.
Lorren T. Johnston Provides Sophisticated Probate Law Services in Sterling, Virginia
The search of getting a unique and reliable probate law services, can be minimized, when one comes to know that Ms.
Q&A with David Harris, Reston Association's New Chief Financial Officer
Reston Association has hired longtime Northern Virginia resident and public accounting professional David Harris as their new chief financial officer.
Loudoun homeowners riding the assessment wave up
In 1999, Leesburg resident Vicky Payne bought a townhouse for $100,000 in cash. Boy, what a property-value ride she has been on since.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Knife Found After Claims Man Was Threatening Strangers
Deputies discovered a knife Tuesday afternoon after receiving a call that people were being threatened by an unknown man on a walking patch in Sterling, according to the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office.
Mokomandy: A Korean-Cajun love story presented by Daniel Stevens
Eye-catching food photos might be what patrons first glimpse when entering Mokomandy, an intriguing Sterling restaurant serving a whimsical blend of Korean and Cajun dishes.
Frozenomics: The affect of the polar vortex on business in Loudoun
A Dollar Tree in Sterling which was required to shutter its doors due to the snow and ice.
Meet a Local Cartoonist: A Chat With Steve Loya
Steve Loya, a member of the DC Conspiracy cartooning co-op, created the cover of the new issue of the Magic Bullet comics newspaper .
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Middleburg gets countya s first charter school
Middleburg will soon be the home of the county's first Charter School. The Loudoun County School Board voted to accept the application of the Middleburg Community Charter School at a work session and action meeting Tuesday night.
So how cold has it been? If it seems much colder than last winter...
Consider the following: There have been 16 days with a high temperature of 32 degrees or below since Dec. 8, and meteorological winter didn't begin until Dec. 21. Eleven of those days, the low temperature was in the single-digits, according to the University of Mary Washington weather station.
Bomb scare in Sterling
A Reston man was arrested Feb. 26 after causing a bomb scare in Sterling. At around 8:47, Kenneth Couch, 60, entered the Eastern Loudoun County Sheriff's Office to speak with a deputy.
Mass majority at public hearings: a Fully fund Loudouna s schoolsa
Supporters of Loudoun County Public Schools came out in droves Feb. 26 for a Board of Supervisors public hearing on the county budget.
NJ sets record low temperatures but warm air on the way
Steven Sander, with dog Mac, and Georgiana Hart brave the cold weather while taking a walk through Eagle Rock Reservation in January.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Winter storm cancels 2,800 flights, shuts down federal gov't
Washington, DC, United States - Heavy snow forced airports to cancel nearly 2,800 flights while schools and federal government offices in Washington, D.C. shut down on Monday.
Harsh US winter extends into March
With accumulations of 4-to-6 inches in Washington, Monday's storm would have been the largest in the nation's capital in all of last year.
Millennium transition to WashingtonFirst delayed by snow
"Our banners were supposed to go up [Monday], but I don't think that will happen," WashingtonFirst CEO Shaza Andersen said Monday as snow closed the federal government, schools and businesses, including WashingtonFirst's 15 branches.