NOVA-Loudoun invites community to STEM Day

Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA) is hosting Loudoun County STEM Day at its Loudoun Campus on Saturday, Oct. 17 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Your 2015 Loudoun election hub

Voters in Loudoun County will cast ballots for more than 30 elections Nov. 3. Continue to check back at this page for updates and storylines on all the races.

Loudoun Youth annual competition challenges students to step up in community

The competition challenges middle and high schoolers to highlight an issue in their community and start a program or create a project that will help resolve it.

Loudoun Symphony begins season Saturday with 25th anniversary performance

The concert features guest performer Rene Hernandez, assistant principal and trumpet player with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.

McAuliffe, Herring seek gun laws to protect domestic victims

The two Democrats spoke at a news conference where a study was released showing that of the 109 family and “intimate partner” homicides in Virginia in 2014, 64 were committed with a firearm.

MORE: 21-year-old arrested in Florida for alleged sex crimes against a minor in Loudoun

A 21-year-old man wanted in Loudoun County for sexual battery against a juvenile under 13 has been arrested in Florida.

Ashburn’s Charles Severance pleads not guilty in Alexandria slayings case

The man accused of killing three Alexandria residents over a 10-year span clearly stated he was not guilty of the charges Thursday.

Helpful links for upcoming inclement weather; State of Emergency declared

Heavy rainfall with the potential for flooding over the next few days has prompted the governor’s office to declare Virginia in a state of emergency. Potential flooding could impact Loudoun County.

Fall season at Leesburg Animal Park in full swing

The Leesburg Animal Park kicked off its fall season Sept. 19 with the beginning of the annual fall festival, Pumpkin Village.

Loudoun candidates address voters at Leesburg forum—Higgins and Buffington absent

Four of the six candidates in the Blue Ridge, Catoctin and Leesburg districts for Loudoun’s Board of Supervisors took audience questions on developer relationships, Metro and education funding.