Gerald Rubin and Janelia Farm the focus at Chamber luncheon

Loudoun County may well house a future Nobel Prize winner. In fact, as long as Janelia Farm Research Campus is around, it seems quite likely.

The English Beat: A three-decade long punk-reggae party

After 35 years, legendary ‘80s band still ranking full stop.

Loudoun Valley High School ex-head football coach files grievance

Danny McGrath began the process of filing a grievance with Loudoun Valley High School last week.

Loudoun drops gun charge against Severance

Loudoun County prosecutors have dropped a gun charge against a man now facing multiple murder counts in Alexandria.

New Circuit Court judge likely to be confirmed this week

Local legislators from both chambers told the Times-Mirror they are confident the nominee – whose name is not yet public – will be confirmed.

Loudoun Cares executive director resigns

Andy Johnston announced his resignation as Loudoun Cares executive director on Monday.

McAuliffe, lawmakers reach deal on budget cuts

McAuliffe and leaders of the General Assembly plan to release details at a news conference on Monday.

Virginians likely to pay more at the pump come January

Gas prices in Virginia will rise come January — possibly as much as six cents per gallon — unless Congress approves the “Marketplace Fairness Act.”

Janet Clarke won’t seek second term on Board of Supervisors

Clarke served as vice chairman on the board in 2012, before Supervisor Shawn Williams (R-Broad Run) took over that role in 2013 and 2014.

EXCLUSIVE: One Loudoun seeks to terminate stadium lease; looks for new baseball and soccer owners

The developers of One Loudoun are seeking to terminate a lease with VIP Sports and Entertainment to build a stadium on the expansive residential, commercial and entertainment development in Ashburn.