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Fabbioli wins top county tourism award
Doug Fabbioli is the co-founder and winemaker at Fabbioli Cellars. Fabbioli Cellars has been making wine in Loudoun County since he arrived here from California with his family in 1997.
Sun May 19, 2013
Spring cleaning advice for Loudoun residents
It's that time of year. The sun is shining, the birds are chirping, the air is clear, and your house is a a little funky.
Authorities: MWAA officer fatally shot by wife
The Loudoun County Sheriff's Office says 52-year-old Cpl. Steven Spradling was found dead at about 9 p.m. Friday in the house in the 21700 block of Blossom Drive.
Sat May 18, 2013
Purcellville Welcomes Loudoun Lyme 5K Race Sunday
DryHome Roofing and Siding has planned the 3rd Annual Loudoun Lyme 5K/1M Sunday, May 19, at Loudoun Valley High School in Purcellville to raise awareness and money to help find a cure for Lyme disease.
Sterling woman charged with first-degree murder
An apparent homicide in Sterling Friday evening remains under investigation by the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office this afternoon.
Man Shot, Killed in Loudoun County
Loudoun County Police say a woman shot and killed her husband Friday night in Sterling, Loudoun County, in what's believed to have been a domestic situation.
Fri May 17, 2013
Late season frost takes some toll on Virginia winemakers
We were hearing from some wine growers in Loudoun County earlier this week that a late spring frost had a detrimental effect on the grape crop this year.
McAuliffe to keynote Loudoun Democratsa annual dinner
Loudoun Democrats will host presumed gubernatorial nominee Terry McAuliffe and the four other Democratic candidates for statewide office at their annual Jefferson-Jackson dinner June 1. According to Loudoun County Democratic Committee Communications Chairman Andrew Wexton, the dinner will be the last time the five statewide candidates appear ... (more)
Thu May 16, 2013
Charter School May Save Small Elementary in Loudoun
Parents will proposed changing Middleburg Elementary School to a charter school to save it.
Johnson takes top honors at Leesburg Business Awards
Times-Mirror Staff Photo/Beverly Denny Tina Johnson, President and CEO of JP Events & Consulting, gets a hug from employee Barbara Combs after winning the George C. Marshall Award at the Leesburg Business Awards ceremony at ProJet Aviation May 15.
New health care plan for LCPS employees: how does it stack up?
Part-time employees in the Loudoun County Public School system breathed a sigh of relief when they were grandfathered past a new policy that provides no health benefits for employees working under 20 hours a week.
Loudoun on display
Times-Mirror File Photo/Greg Nash Avril Page and John Best of Ashburn feed the alpacas owned by Carlagay Higgins and Michael Lyon at Higgly Farm in Round Hill who opened up their farm for the annual Spring Farm Tour on May 18, 2008.
Supervisors to further study consolidation of boards, commissions and committees
Loudoun's Board of Supervisors Wednesday night sent to committee a controversial proposal that could lead to the restructuring or dissolution of several county commissions and advisory boards.
Loudoun Weekend Planner: Shop for Antiques and More
The weekend is upon us in Loudoun County and it's time to start making plans for some fun.
Restaurant Inspections: Flame Kabob, Blue Mountain Cafe
Inspectors from the Virginia Department of Health Visited several restaurants in Loudoun County this week.
Loudoun honors local volunteers; 10-year-old girl leads the pack
Loudoun County's Outstanding Volunteer winners don't normally make speeches when they accept their awards at the Board of Supervisors meetings.
Wed May 15, 2013
Loudoun County's Confederate statue creates controversy
A proposal by a Leesburg attorney to remove a statue honoring Confederate soldiers from the property of Loudoun County's courthouse is causing a stir.
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Frank Wolf joins opposition to North-South highway through Loudoun, Prince William
As a federal legislator, Wolf doesn't have a direct vote on the 45-mile road, which would begin with the existing Prince William Parkway at I-95 in Dumfries, then head north all the way to Route 7 in Ashburn.
Attorney fights to move Confederate soldier statue from Virginia courthouse
A statue honoring Confederate soldiers that has stood for more than 100 years outside a Leesburg, Va., courthouse is now at the center of a battle between an attorney and residents.
Silver Line: Board Moves Forward on TIFIA Loan
The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors moved towards submitting an application for a federal transportation loan Tuesday that could help the county and its partners pay for $1.9 billion of the Silver Line Metro project.