Loudoun County News
Sixteen historically significant places are being added to Virginia's Landmarks Register.
The Loudoun County Department of Economic Development announced on Tuesday that Leesburg's Lost Creek Vineyards and Winery was sold for $2.3 million to Hampton Roads Holdings Inc. by owners Bob and Carol Hauck.
After more than eight decades, Tally Ho Theatre is seeking a rebirth.
Loudoun County is considering the possibility of closing the doors on Lincoln Elementary, but dozens of members of the community won't let it go away quietly.
There are enough people arriving by private planes for the inauguration that Dulles International Airport has to clear out space for them to park.
A company founded by Tareq Salahi, the White House party crasher and Virginia gubernatorial hopeful, owes RMA Worldwide Chauffeured Transportation $34,000, the company claims.
Authorities say Evelyn Diaz and Stephanie Thomas have been found and are safe, but they are still looking for 14-year-old Zandi Englebrecht.
The state is negotiating with the owners of the private Dulles Greenway to purchase the 14-mile road that runs from Dulles International Airport to Leesburg.
Anne Arundel County police say an Annapolis woman is facing charges in a murder-for-hire plot to kill the wife of her lover
Residents of Leesburg shouldn't be surprised if they hear loud bangs at sundown for the next week. Biologists are trying to scare away some creepy-looking creatures.
The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors is taking action against one of its own members. concerning allegations of one of its own.
Authorities say a man was shot and killed in Sterling, and the slaying does not appear to be random.
A Loudoun County sheriff's deputy was charged with misdemeanor assault and battery on Thursday after getting into a fight with a friend.
A Nativity scene that was a longtime part of holiday decorations at the Loudoun County Courthouse but also the subject of controversy has a new home at a nearby church.
The Loudoun County Sheriff's office says their missing police dog has been found and appears healthy.
A few weeks ago, a Loudoun County fourth-grader, Gabriella Miller, initiated an effort to help children facing life-threatening illnesses. Now, Miller's project is being measured, and her kindness and determination could potentially help make a lot of sick children happier.
Shrunken heads, live-depth charges and scorpions are just a few of the unusual items confiscated by customs officers at Dulles International Airport. These officers offer first-hand advice how to clear customs with ease.
The land surrounding Dulles International Airport is being eyed as a way to increase revenue at the airport which has not seen a projected increase in passengers.
A 15-month-old girl was seriously injured after being run over by a car in Loudoun County Wednesday afternoon.
As Jews in the D.C. area and around the world light a menorah candle each night to celebrate Hanukkah, families in one synagogue are seeing how it used to be done in ancient times.