JK Moving makes a play for Dulles’ Western Lands

Sterling-based JK Moving has placed an offer to purchase 424 acres next to Dulles International Airport from the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority.

West Virginia man sentenced in fatal Route 15 crash

The West Virginia man responsible for a fatal March 2017 crash on Route 15 was sentenced Tuesday to a year in prison by Judge Douglas L. Fleming Jr.

Concoct your own beer at new The Craft of Brewing in Ashburn

Beer lovers will soon have a place to “exercise their imaginations” by brewing beer and tasting up to 20 brews on tap at The Craft of Brewing, located on Loudoun County Parkway in Ashburn.

Stone Hill eighth grader wins 36th annual Loudoun County spelling bee

This year’s spelling bee winner is a familiar face. Stone Hill Middle School eighth-grader Anoushka Upadhye, last year’s runner up, was crowned champion in the annual Loudoun County Public Schools bee March 1.

EDITORIAL: Guns and money

The National Rifle Association has a new target for mass shootings in America: media. The NRA joined gun-rights advocates and conservative legislators last week in blaming news organizations for the national epidemic that takes the lives of so many.

Partnership between Sugarland Elementary, Cricket Media a model for success

Now in its second year participating in Cricket Media’s e-mentorship program, the Sterling school has been so successful it is the model for the publishing company’s national e-mentorship campaign.

Loudoun sheriff’s deputies recover $13K worth of stolen merchandise

The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office arrested two people in connection with a suspected regional theft ring.

Spring Bling Sale comes to Leesburg on Saturday

The latest trends in fashion accessories can be found at Ida Lee’s Spring Bling, A Hometown Fine Arts and Craft Show on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Hundreds of Virginians rally for Medicaid expansion

Under the shadow of the Bell Tower on Capitol Square, hundreds of people from across Virginia rallied on a rainy Thursday in support of a state budget that would expand Medicaid to about 400,000 low-income residents.

Manassas Park City School Board adds LGBTQ non-discrimination protections

The Manassas Park City School Board unanimously voted to include LGBTQ protections against discrimination for students and staff at its Feb. 26 meeting. This makes Manassas Park City one of four jurisdictions surrounding Loudoun that protect students a…