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Thirty-three miles form Washington D.C. Leesburg is located adjacent the Potomac River. Settlement of the area began around 1730 and was originally an agriculture and plantation center. The city is named for Robert E. Lee's great granduncle Thomas Lee. The city was the retreat for the United States government during the War of 1812 and housed the country's most precious documents including the declaration of independence.
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Lawmakers say new state budget is bad news for Loudoun County judiciary
Virginia's 20th Judicial Circuit will not receive funding for a fifth judge in the new state budget, meaning Loudoun County will not have a fourth Circuit Court judge for the foreseeable future.Driver in fatal Route 28 crash charged with involuntary manslaughter
The driver involved in a single-vehicle crash that took the life of a Leesburg woman early Tuesday morning has been charged with involuntary manslaughter.School superintendent makes case for $1.1 billion budget to supervisors amid competing needs
The Board of Supervisors and the Loudoun School Board gathered Wednesday to hear details of the school system's adopted fiscal 2018 budget of $1.124 billion.Facilitator to preside over Saturday Hilltop House meeting for questions
A facilitator will preside over a meeting at the Harpers Ferry Town Hall this Saturday at 10 a.m. to collect legal questions to submit to attorney Mark Sadd in Charleston. Sadd has advised the Harpers Ferry Town Council over the last several years regarding ordinance 1313, which addresses the Hilltop House Hotel and has caused great debate between neighbors, the council and residents.Time to Thaw Out- Civil War Times June 2014
Ice, snow and freezing temperatures assailed the Civil War Times offices in Leesburg, Va., this past winter, costing us a couple of days of work during the production of this issue. Civil War soldiers who had to serve picket duty on even the coldest of days in the Old Dominion, would understandably scoff at what we endured.Tamil, one of the worlda s oldest languages, to be recognized by Loudoun County schools
One of the oldest languages in the world, Tamil of south India, is about to be recognized for credit by the Loudoun County Public School system.Eric Gales and Gary Clark Jr. Team Up for 'Boogie Man'
As anyone with YouTube access can attest, Eric Gales is a truly explosive guitarist-the kind whose playing makes scores of other guitarists wonder what the hell they've been doing with their lives. Which is why we're happy to present the exclusive premiere of "Boogie Man," a new lyric video that finds Gales teaming up with Gary Clark Jr. The track is from Gales' new album, Middle of the Road , which will be released February 24 via Provogue/Mascot Label Group.Kaine notes Loudoun County residents in his defense of Obamacare
Mayor Kelly Burk outlined several upcoming changes to Leesburg's transportation landscape, including a solution to downtown parking issues, during her first State of the Town address Wednesday night.Federal Capital, Kettler sell Fields of Leesburg community for $55M
Federal Capital Partners and Kettler have sold the Fields of Leesburg development on Plaza Street in Leesburg for $55.3 million, according a new release.Former CIA chief: Trump's travel ban hurts American spies - and America
President Donald Trump's executive order on immigration was ill-conceived, poorly implemented and ill-explained. To be fair, it would have been hard to explain since it was not the product of intelligence and security professionals demanding change, but rather policy, political and ideological personalities close to the president fulfilling a campaign promise to deal with a threat they had overhyped.Perfect storm' leaves Middleburg grappling with empty storefronts
This much is not in dispute. All around the quaint, upscale and historic town, surrounded by nearby estates and farms in both Fauquier and Loudoun counties, there are too many empty storefronts and too much vacant office space.The story behind how the Ashburn Colored School survived
The dilapidated wooden schoolhouse is one of the few remaining black schoolhouses in Northern Virginia, but a group of private school students are working to preserve it for decades to come. The story behind how the Ashburn Colored School survived The dilapidated wooden schoolhouse is one of the few remaining black schoolhouses in Northern Virginia, but a group of private school students are working to preserve it for decades to come.Community presentation on Pennington Parking Garage set for Feb. 16
Loudoun County will host an informational meeting on the construction of the Pennington Parking Structure, part of the Courts Complex Phase III Expansion project, on Feb. 16 at 6:30 p.m. The meeting will be held in the board room of the Loudoun County Government Center at 1 Harrison St., S.E. in Leesburg.Park Service chief questions Hilltop
In a town that measures time in centuries, 10 years might not seem so long but for Harpers Ferry residents, nearly a decade of watching a landmark rot and fall into ruin on a hill overlooking their historic town, it can seem like a very long time. Now, as meetings to approve an ordinance allowing portions of a redevelopment of the former Hilltop House are underway, the National Park Service has added its voice to the conversation.Sanctuary cities could face lawsuits for immigrant crimes under GOP bill
Leesburg Town Manager Kaj Dentler on Jan. 26 announced that Eileen Boeing will be joining town staff as clerk of council.
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