The life of a 14-year-old African American teen, who was lynched in Leesburg in 1889, will be memorialized — the first of three memorials for lynching victims in Loudoun County, Virginia.
Dulles International Airport is on a roll this spring, adding its fourth new international destination in less than two months over the weekend.
The Leesburg Town Council passed a resolution proclaiming June 19-20 as Juneteenth and urging residents to recognize “this celebration in African-American history.”
The contractor responsible for building a new rail yard near Dulles International Airport — which is imperative to the Silver Line extension — revealed its latest schedule slipped 67 days. The estimated substantial completion now in late July 2020.
Loudoun County’s online auction is selling off surplus county-owned items and runs through 9:30 a.m. July 13, and while many of the items are fairly mundane, some of the lot is quite eclectic.
SIG Sauer settled a $10 million lawsuit involving a sheriff’s deputy who was injured when her P320 handgun accidentally went off.
A 47-year-old man who is accused of sexually assaulting a woman he met while delivering food in Ashburn, Virginia, was arrested this week in New York.
Loudoun County has mapped more than 200 historic cemeteries, in part to alleviate delays when developers realize land contains historic cemeteries or unmarked graves.
Fourth-grader Ashley Green of Pinebrook Elementary School in Aldie is the winner of the Doodle for Google art contest for the state of Virginia.
Dulles International Airport welcomed EgyptAir to its lineup of international carriers this week, making the airport only the carrier’s second U.S. destination. EgyptAir will fly to and from Cairo three times a week.
An elementary school teacher with Loudoun County Public Schools was arrested Friday after the sheriff’s office said he had inappropriate contact with a student.
With a self-imposed deadline approaching, the site of Loudoun United’s new 5,000-seat stadium will soon start to look like a soccer field. Find out about the progress.
After years of relying on water wholesalers, Loudoun Water is now processing and treating all of its own drinking water from the Potomac River.
The new Loudoun United soccer stadium in Leesburg, Virginia, won’t be ready for games until August, but a new roadway to the future stadium opens Wednesday.
Virginia’s Court of Appeals has upheld the conviction and sentence for a food truck driver whose brakes failed, leading to a fatal crash in Leesburg.
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