John and Christine Williams attended Loudoun Brewing Co.’s grand opening last weekend, and four days later they’d already made their way back with friends to drink beers all brewed by the new business.
MacDowell’s Brew Kitchen has 50 draft beers on tap at all times, and soon five of those will be brewed by the popular Leesburg restaurant.
St. James Episcopal Church on West Cornwall Street in Leesburg will kick off its October initiatives with a blessing of the animals.
Thanks to a couple of sophomores playing varsity football for the first time, Loudoun County found a way to get the monkey off its back Thursday and gain its first victory of the season.
While other cities across the United States are struggling with racial tension, Leesburg is working to be at the forefront in addressing diversity concerns.
The Ida Lee Park Tennis Center’s ladies 40-and-over 3.5 team, the Heat Strokes, has captured a slot in the 2015 United States Tennis Association League’s Adult National Championship.
The Village at Leesburg postponed its Cruisin’ the Village car show last weekend because of rain, and it’s been rescheduled for Saturday, Oct. 17, from noon to 9:30 p.m.
As Leesburg Executive Airport held its annual airshow on Sept. 26, it closed out its golden anniversary year. To mark this occasion, Leesburg Today and members of the Leesburg Airport Commission have developed a three-part history of the development of aviation in Loudoun County, focusing on the airports that have inhabited Leesburg.
The Schaefer family of Leesburg added to the clan’s long history of Eagle Scouts as Nicholas Schaefer, 15, and Ethan Schaefer, 13, recently were recognized for achieving the coveted rank during a ceremony at the Leesburg Community Church.
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