Psych services struggle to keep up in growing Loudoun County

The job of providing for the needs of those struggling with mental illness is no small task, and it’s hard to keep up with the growing demand.

DEVELOPING: Leesburg’s Ken Reid won’t seek re-election

Reid announced his decision via Facebook Wednesday night.

For many teachers, living in Loudoun is just too expensive

Roughly 27 percent of these Loudoun public school employees don’t live in the county. For some, it’s because they simply can’t afford it.

Leesburg pastor’s historic discovery drives her quest for a new church

When Pastor Michelle Thomas dug into the history behind her church’s newly purchased property, she made a surprising find.

EDITORIAL: State song is off-key

Tone-deaf legislators should tune to music from this century.

Two charged with attempted murder in Lansdowne

Two men are charged with attempted murder after deputies said they shot multiple times at a man and woman while they sat in their car in Lansdowne on Monday.

MORE: Virginia Senate committee defeats gun control proposals

A series of gun control measures has been defeated by a Republican-controlled Virginia Senate committee.

Preschool and kindergarten school teaches arts early in new building

The old yellow building on Greenway Drive in Leesburg is taking on a new purpose housing the Destiny School of the Arts for preschool children.

Competition for in-state admission remains stiff at Va. universities

College admissions decisions are starting to roll in for Fairfax County high school seniors, again drawing attention to the competition for in-state seats at Virginia’s top universities.

Brambleton rezonings pass Loudoun board; new houses and $35M in improvements coming

In separate near unanimous-decision votes on Jan. 21, with Supervisor Ralph Buona (R-Ashburn) absent for one of the votes, the Board of Supervisors approved a package of rezoning requests for Brambleton, which will likely mean a major face-lift of the …