• Leesburg Confederate Statue Source of Rally, Counter-Rally

    Leesburg Confederate Statue Source of Rally, Counter-Rally0

    Municipalities across the nation have started talking about the placement of Confederate statues on government property. Supporters say it’s a part of local history, while detractors say figures who fought for slavery should not be celebrated The debate has once again come to Loudoun with the announcement of a rally in support of keeping the

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  • Marine Veteran Honored with All Terrain Track Chair

    Marine Veteran Honored with All Terrain Track Chair0

    Loudoun residents packed the plaza at One Loudoun the rainy evening of July 22 to honor a local Marine Corporal, Larry Bailey. On Saturday, Bailey was given a gift in thanks of his service that will change his life for the better. “I’m here because I’m a patriot,” Karen Aguilera said. “And we’re here to

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  • Bridge to Nowhere: Loudoun Talks Potomac Crossing Bridge, Transportation Projects

    Bridge to Nowhere: Loudoun Talks Potomac Crossing Bridge, Transportation Projects0

    As Northern Virginia continues to grow, the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority has planned on how to improve transportation and relieve congestion. The authority has been collecting public input the past couple months as it gets ready to adopt the proposed 2040 TransAction Plan later this fall. Loudoun residents were able to voice their opinions online

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  • Luxury Shooting, Athletic Club Coming to One Loudoun

    Luxury Shooting, Athletic Club Coming to One Loudoun0

    For Jeff Brown, business should be all about customer service. This is what led him and his fellow investors to launch an idea for something never before seen in the county — or the country. Caliber Club, Shooting Sports, Inc., will be a club that brings together a versatile athletic training facility; a 16,718 square-foot

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  • Loudoun Supervisors Do Away with Decals, Say No to Metro Tax

    Loudoun Supervisors Do Away with Decals, Say No to Metro Tax0

    Loudoun residents will no longer have to worry about displaying a Loudoun County decal on their windshields. Nor will they have to pay a proposed 1 percent tax increase to help fund metro, thanks to Board of Supervisor action July 20. Effective July 1, 2018, the County will absorb real and personal property taxes for

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  • Leesburg Police Join Local Neighborhoods for 34th National Night Out

    Leesburg Police Join Local Neighborhoods for 34th National Night Out0

    In a continuous effort to connect with community members, the Leesburg Police Department (LPD) has announced its 34th National Night Out event. National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes partnerships to make Loudoun communities safer. The LPD will celebrate National Night Out with two Leesburg neighborhoods from 5 to 8 p.m. Aug.

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  • Dulles CBP Seizes More Than $25K from Travelers

    Dulles CBP Seizes More Than $25K from Travelers0

    U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers seized more than $25,000 July 19 from travelers departing Dulles International Airport for violating federal currency reporting regulations. A Bosnia and Herzegovina-bound family reported to CBP officers that they possessed $9,000, according to a CBP release. The father then signed a U.S. Treasury form reporting they possessed $15,000. 

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  • Update: Ashburn Teen Found Safe, Sterling Teen Still Missing

    Update: Ashburn Teen Found Safe, Sterling Teen Still Missing0

    Update 10:05 a.m. July 22: Pedro Canay-Rivera, 16, from Ashburn was found safe in Florida on July 21, with the help of the Levy County Sheriff’s Office. He will be staying in Florida with family members. Original Story: The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s assistance to locate a missing teenager from Ashburn and

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  • Fire Department Investigating Smoke at Government Center

    Fire Department Investigating Smoke at Government Center0

    The Loudoun County Government Center has been evacuated and Harrison Street closed after employees noticed a haze of smoke and electrical smell on the second floor. Loudoun County Fire and Rescue Public Information Officer Laura Rinehart said the smoke seems to be isolated to the second floor and the department is still investigating the source

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