Loudoun law enforcement, mental health experts team up with former NBA player’s Project Purple

Chris Herren, a basketball player, will speak Feb. 15 at Riverside High School in Leesburg about his rise to fame in the NBA and his fall and recovery after drug addiction.

Loudoun County administrator recommends tax hike in upcoming $2.5 billion budget

Loudoun County Administrator Tim Hemstreet recommended increasing taxes for Loudoun County residents during his fiscal 2017 budget presentation Wednesday night.

Loudoun winery included in Oscars ‘swag bag’

Leo, J-Law and Sly will soon be sipping on a smooth Loudoun County wine from Greenhill Vineyards.

Vote on Leesburg courthouse expansion postponed

Leesburg Town Council pushed off a vote on the proposed courthouse expansion and accompanying Pennington Lot parking garage because residents and council members alike expressed concerns about how it would change the feel of downtown Leesburg.

Loudoun deputies investigating two unintentional shootings

Loudoun County Sheriff’s deputies are investigating two cases where firearms unintentionally discharged, leaving one Sterling man with non-life-threatening injuries.

Federal case against Loudoun deputy set for trial March 16

The case against a former Loudoun County deputy facing charges of theft will continue after a federal judge ruled he’s competent to stand trial in March.

Gov. McAuliffe, Republicans hash out deal on I-66 widening, tolling plan

Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) says he and General Assembly Republicans have struck a deal that will speed up the widening of I-66 inside the Beltway.

Loudoun Free Clinic bridges gaps for the uninsured

Five years after the Affordable Care Act was signed into law, there are still low-income groups unable to afford the premiums and monthly payments associated with basic care.
The Loudoun Free Clinic in Leesburg provides a safety net to those groups.

EDITORIAL: Virginia’s incumbent protection program must end

Five different reform bills, all aimed at nonpartisan redistricting, were defeated in a single bloc vote in the House of Delegates Privileges and Elections Subcommittee. Several bills would have set nonpartisan criteria for drawing General Assembly and congressional districts — including, as the law stipulates, “respect for political boundaries,” contiguity, compactness and communities of interest.

Do you have ‘Resting Bitch Face?’ This Leesburg researcher has the answer

Most women would prefer not to have their name associated with the term, but Leesburg’s Abbe Macbeth has waited months for the recognition.