Frank Milligan will leave Morven Park this fall after an almost six-year stint as executive director of the Westmoreland David Memorial Foundation.
The Loudoun County Fire Marshal’s Office said improperly disposed fireworks caused a two-alarm fire, resulting in $700,000 in damage and displacing several residents.
The Leesburg Police Department is investigating a shooting that left a 21-year-old man in critical condition.
The Purcellville Planning Commission next week will hold a series of input sessions to garner public opinion on proposed Zoning Ordinance changes. The suggested changes deal with permitted and special uses in a number of the town’s zoning districts.
Themes of community love, patriotism, and a willingness to do whatever it takes to help veterans who have sacrificed for their country were on full display Friday morning as hundreds gathered to witness the presentation of a new home to Ronny “Tony” Porta.
The Purcellville Board of Zoning Appeal heard more than two hours of testimony Wednesday night as it began deliberations on an appeal of a zoning determination involving the Vineyard Square development project.
The Loudoun Board of Supervisors this week formally declared its opposition to plans to impose tolls on I-66 inside the Capital Beltway.
Concerns among Loudoun County supervisors about Dominion Virginia Power’s plans to run a new 230-kV transmission line along Rt. 50 sparked two actions this week.
Efforts to optimize the road network that will feed Loudoun’s Metrorail stations are advancing, although not without causing friction among county supervisors.
Loudoun teachers will no longer be required to give midterm or final exams.
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