Ashburn carpenter knocking down stereotypes, building a business from her garage

A carpenter is probably not the first occupation that would spring to mind upon meeting Virginia Wallen.

Purcellville town attorney denies sexual harassment claims made by on-leave town manager

Purcellville Interim Town Manager Alex Vanegas, who is currently on paid administrative leave, filed a sexual harassment complaint against Town Attorney Sally Hankins on Dec. 1.

Suspicious man seen at Sterling bus stop, touches child

A Sterling resident has reported two instances of an unknown man being seen around a nearby school bus stop.

Leesburg man shoots self, friend while cleaning gun

Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to Inova Loudoun Hospital Friday afternoon when two men came in with gunshot wounds.

Loudoun School Board, state lawmakers review legislative priorities

The Loudoun County School Board welcomed the county’s General Assembly delegation for its annual Legislative Breakfast Dec. 1.

Sterling attorney’s law license suspended indefinitely

A Sterling attorney’s license was suspended by the Virginia State Bar Disciplinary Board Nov. 17. The suspension is based on his indefinite suspension in Maryland.

Leesburg man found guilty of two lesser counts in crash that killed Lansdowne baby

John Miller IV was found guilty in Loudoun County Circuit Court Tuesday on two counts in connection with the death of five-month-old Lansdowne baby Tristan Schulz.

‘The worst hurricane I’ve ever seen’: Locals react to devastation in Puerto Rico

As the national attention begins to shift elsewhere, Loudoun residents and Puerto Ricans everywhere are left questioning how the island will recover.

Ashburn middle school adopts wolf-conservation effort promoted by kindergartener

The school symbolically adopted a Mexican Gray Wolf from the Wolf Conservation Center (WCC) in South Salem, New York, as part of an ongoing effort to repopulate the species, which was once extinct in the wild.

Report: Loudoun, Fairfax to offer state-owned CIT site to Amazon in joint HQ2 bid

Officials from Fairfax and Loudoun counties plan to make a joint bid for Amazon’s much-hyped second headquarters, HQ2, and pitch the 26-acre Center for Innovative Technology site that straddles the two counties, the Washington Business Journal reported today, citing unnamed sources.