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No boundaries for Loudoun’s Sandy Lerner

From Cisco Systems to Jane Austen, Urban Decay to Ayrshire Farm, Lerner continues to innovate.

No boundaries for Loudoun’s Sandy Lerner

From Cisco Systems to Jane Austen, Urban Decay to Ayrshire Farm, Lerner continues to innovate.

Adopt school safety ideas, governor tells assembly

RICHMOND – Gov. Bob McDonnell is urging state legislators to approve recommendations from his School and Campus Safety Task Force that would increase sentences for illegally buying guns, require mandatory…

School grading bill inches closer to law

A measure obligating Virginia public schools to receive A through F grades passed the Virginia House of Delegates Feb. 4 in a 54-40 vote, despite objection from state education groups.

Virginia Senate OK’s letting governor serve two terms

RICHMOND – Starting in 2017, Virginia voters could have the opportunity to re-elect the governor to a second consecutive term if the House joins the Senate in seeking to amend the state’s Constitution.

York calls special Board of Supervisors meeting Feb. 7

Loudoun Board of Supervisors Chairman Scott York (R-At Large) has called for a special board meeting Feb. 7 to discuss security at the Loudoun County Government Center in downtown Leesburg.

Two men detained at Dulles Airport for illegally trying to enter the U.S.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers charged two men this week when they arrived at Dulles International Airport with illegal identity documents.

Two persons of interest identified in western Loudoun burglary cases

Two persons of interest have been identified in a rash of burglaries that have plagued western Loudoun since November, authorities said Thursday at a public safety meeting in Middleburg, where the majority…

Environmentalists, Favola urge Obama’s leadership on climate change

The state legislators and environmental activists have oft-praised Obama's progress on climate change and measures to tame global warning, but they're pressing the president to stay the course and see…

Passion and love drive Leesburg couple’s photography studio

Leesburg welcomes new photography studio Jan. 26 with a ribbon cutting and grand opening ceremony at its new location in downtown Leesburg.

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