After six days of testimony, a 12-member Circuit Court jury began deliberations Tuesday afternoon to determine whether Michel Moreno is
A proposal to let local taxpayers pay to set up streetlights in unlit Loudoun neighborhoods—either directly or from the county’s
Leesburg leaders are exploring options to slow traffic on some busy town streets Town Council members last week received an update
Lovettsville staffers will have to wait another month to see whether their dilapidated town office trailer, nearly a decade past
County supervisors are seeking proposals for the future use of the historic Douglass Elementary School on Union Street in Leesburg.
Leesburg’s herbicide free weed control effort is underway along Town Branch and the project is drawing attention. Starting Monday morning,
A year and a half after his passing, Leesburg icon Stanley Caulkins returned to his King Street storefront Saturday morning.
Longstanding plans to get rid of one of the last stoplights on Rt. 7 west of Sterling could get a
The next Loudoun County Household Hazardous Waste event will be held Saturday, July 13 from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Crews from Leesburg Public Works Department yesterday moved the new Stanley Caulkins memorial into place in front of the King