Lansdowne driver found guilty in connection to deadly crash seeks work release

John Miller IV, the driver jailed for a year in connection with the death of Lansdowne baby Tristan Schulz, is seeking to return to work while spending his nights in jail.

Loudoun Public Schools celebrate Black History Month

Like school systems throughout America, Loudoun County Public Schools is celebrating African American History Month in February.

Trader Joe’s on tap for One Loudoun?

The popular grocery chain is working to finalize plans to move into the Ashburn space formerly occupied by The Fresh Market, according to Loudoun County building permits.

Schools may get authority to open before Labor Day

Summer vacation may be cut short for some Virginia students after two bills rescinding the so-called “Kings Dominion law” – which restricts schools from starting before Labor Day – passed the House this week.

Frozen pig head found on car in Chantilly

A Loudoun County resident found a surprise as they were walking through their apartment complex last week: a frozen pig’s head.

Loudoun delegation heading to the Olympics to promote tourism, business opportunities

The 2018 Winter Olympic games may be held across the globe in South Korea, but a local delegation will be using the opportunity to travel to the games to promote tourism and business opportunities in Loudoun County.

ECHO officials tell Kaine 150 jobs at risk due to confusing regulations

Leesburg nonprofit agency ECHO played host and tour guide to a high-profile visitor Thursday, with U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine (D) dropping in to learn more about the agency that assists people with disabilities.

Loudoun County Public Schools closed Monday

Loudoun County Public Schools are closed Monday.

LaRock’s toll relief legislation passes House Transportation Committee

Legislation proposed by Del. Dave LaRock (R-33rd) and House Transportation Committee vice chairman Del. Tim Hugo (R-Fairfax) to bring what they are calling “desperately-needed toll relief” for commuters in northern Virginia passed the House Transportation Committee Feb. 1 on a 21-1 vote.

Ashburn house fire ruled arson; more than $1M in damages

A house fire that destroyed an Ashburn home in the early hours of Saturday is being treated as arson, according to the Loudoun County Fire Marshal’s Office.