Foodies rejoice part 2: More restaurant options in Loudoun

An addendum to the Times-Mirror’s previous new restaurant breakdown.

Loudoun Commonwealth’s Attorney endorses Noble for sheriff

Loudoun Commonwealth’s Attorney Jim Plowman has endorsed veteran law enforcement officer Eric Noble for the sheriff candidacy over incumbent Sheriff Mike Chapman.

Inspector general critiques Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority audit practices

The agency that manages the region’s two airports was again criticized in a federal inspector general’s report released last week.

Community protests Sterling’s Calvary Temple church amid allegations of sexual abuse

Former congregants and members of the community on Sunday protested across the street from Sterling’s Calvary Temple church in an effort to raise awareness to practices they say have gone on for decades behind its closed doors.

Round Hill artist awarded honorable mention in international plein air competition

A Round Hill artist recently was the only American artist to receive honors at the Plein Air Curacao International Art Festival, held March 9-18.

UPDATE: Leesburg Police investigating stabbing death

Leesburg Police detectives are investigating a possible homicide after a New Jersey man died from a stab wound today at Fairfax Hospital.

Two VIP board members resign, lay out grievances

In two identical March 27 resignation letters, Harry R. Stokes and William R. Silzer each bemoaned the lack of institutional transparency and laid out financial mismanagement.

Two VIP board members resign, lay out grievances

In two identical March 27 resignation letters, Harry R. Stokes and William R. Silzer each bemoaned the lack of institutional transparency and laid out financial mismanagement.

Republicans praise McAuliffe for signing budget

Republican legislators applauded Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s decision Thursday to sign the 2014-2016 state budget without amendments or vetoes.

Republicans praise McAuliffe for signing budget

Republican legislators applauded Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s decision Thursday to sign the 2014-2016 state budget without amendments or vetoes.