Virginia college tuition increases by 5.2 percent
Sun., Aug. 10 | 05:30 AM - Heading into the new school year, state college students will find their wallets squeezed tighter than ever as tuition continues to climb.
A taste of Chicago in the ‘burg
Owner Angel Mirand stands in front of Windy City’s Leesburg location on South King Street in Leesburg.
Sat., Aug. 9 | 07:00 AM - Windy City Red Hots has been serving up delectable dogs in Loudoun for six years
Former elementary school teacher gets 13 years for child pornography
Fri., Aug. 8 | 01:48 PM - An elementary school teacher found in possession of thousands of images and videos of child pornography was sentenced today to 13 years in prison.
Leesburg’s Oaklawn residents voice concerns over new neighbor
Fri., Aug. 8 | 01:30 PM - Residents of the Oaklawn housing community are worried about their new neighbor, a high-growth tenant in the process of building on land bay B next to the community.
South Riding man charged with DUID; passenger in critical condition
Fri., Aug. 8 | 01:01 PM - A South Riding man was charged Thursday with driving under the influence of drugs after he crashed his BMW, seriously injuring one of his three passengers.
Salamander puts adventure business on the line in Middleburg
Brittany Staker glides across the canopy Tree Top Zip Tour at Salamander in Middleburg. - Courtesy Photo/Empower
Fri., Aug. 8 | 07:00 AM - Joe DeRing, an Afghanistan and Iraq War veteran, and owner and co-founder of Tree Top Zip Tour by Empower opened his Middleburg iteration July 4.
Extreme Journey Summer Camp finishes its third session in Loudoun
Extreme Journey campers reenact an army march out of North Woods. Courtesy Photo
Thu., Aug. 7 | 02:37 PM - History, leadership, and film-making were the focus of the Extreme Journey Camp that finished its third session in Loudoun County last Friday.
Ride-sharing companies given OK to operate in Va.
Thu., Aug. 7 | 12:45 PM - Virginia is allowing ride-sharing companies Uber and Lyft to operate under a temporary agreement between the companies and the state, officials said Wednesday.
Purcellville Farmer’s Market offers more than just fresh produce
The Olmstead family runs the Partisan Cafe at the Purcellville Community Market. PHOTO COURTESY/ OLMSTEAD FAMILY
Thu., Aug. 7 | 12:08 PM - Recently, market organizers have become more creative in drawing people in by adding live music, local artists and authors, all with the idea of creating a gathering center for the community.