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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.

Population: 39000
Local Newspapers: Leesburg Today Loudon Times Mirror
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Zip Codes associated with leesburg, virginia: 20175 20176
Towns/Cities near leesburg, virginia : Hamilton Belmont Woodburn Purcellville Hillsboro Waterford Poolesville MD

Leesburg News
Smoking: A Catch-22 for providers

That's because almost all of my fellow newspaper journalist friends - all college-educated, and I'll tell you why that matters in a second - hung out outside the newsroom. With the editor, who also smoked.

Former Government Employee Accused of Espionage

Kevin Mallory of Leesburg, Virginia, had top secret clearance when he worked for the government. When he left in October 2012, he allegedly took documents with secret and top secret classifications on an electronic device.

VIDEO: This adorable, injured cub was wandering through Leesburg today

An injured, adorable cub was seen wandering through Leesburg today. "It had an injured left foreleg, and Fish and Wildlife were called by Leesburg Police and Loudoun County Animal Control," said local resident Jennifer Swain, who took the video at her home on Blue Ridge Avenue Northeast.

Wegmans becomes the latest grocer to offer home delivery in Loudoun County

Wegmans customers in Loudoun County are to become the latest consumers to benefit from a home delivery service.

The Charter Review Committee's recommendations will soon put before the Town Commission.

Those ideas, and other suggested changes submitted by the town's Charter Review Committee, will be considered by the Commission for a spot on the March 2018 ballot. Many of the committee's recommendations are small, such as adjustments to language or the deletion of sections already covered by state statutes, but some suggestions have larger implications, including: Changing the mix of at-large and district commission seats from five districts and two at-large to four districts and three at-large; When it comes to redistricting, former Commissioner Dave Brenner said he understands the plan was put forth to increase resident participation in town government, but said he believes more research needs to be done.

Three Loudoun breweries take home medals at Virginia Craft Beer Cup

Lost Rhino Brewing Co. of Ashburn took gold in the Czech Lager category with their Rhino Chasers Pilsner, a golden lager that has a hoppy bitterness and a little citrus flavor.

Wine and grilled cheese bar coming to downtown Leesubrg

A new wine and cheese bar that will focus on trendy grilled cheese sandwiches is slated to open in August at 105 South King Street in Leesburg.

Loudoun County Sheriffa s Office responds to at least 14 alcohol-related incidents

The Loudoun County Sheriff's Office made arrests in at least 14 alcohol-related incidents in the three-day span between Friday and early Monday, according to incident reports.

Foreclosure may stall plans for polo resort near Middleburg

The future of a possible new polo-oriented resort on the outskirts of Middleburg may be in jeopardy in the wake of a foreclosure process recently instigated to recover more than $4 million owed by the principals involved in the polo project.

New agriculture school to teach Loudouna s future farmers

Agribusiness stakeholders celebrate the launch of Loudoun's New Ag School at Fabbioli Callers June 5. Times-Mirror/Amelia Heymann Education is the foundation for the future.

a Moving in the right direction:a Old Ashburn Colored School receives historical marker

Teacher Anthony Dodson and his seventh-grade students unveil a marker recognizing the history of the Old Ashburn Colored School.

Leesburg honors African-American Sycolin Road cemetery

The Town of Leesburg has honored the Sycolin Community Cemetery, an African-American burial ground rescued from neglect last year, by erecting a sign acknowledging its importance.

Confederate Statues Debate Includes Loudoun Co. Courthouse

The statue of a Confederate soldier has stood outside the courthouse in Leesburg, Virginia, since 1908, and it is part of a growing debate about Confederate symbols on public land. When Loudoun NAACP President Phillip Thompson looks at the Confederate soldiers memorial in Loudoun County on the courthouse grounds, he sees something very different than Becky Fleming, the president of the Lee chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy.

Are we 'present at the destruction'?

American ambassador to France, Jefferson Caffery, speaks during a ceremony at the harbor of Bordeaux, France, on May 10, 1948, marking the arrival of the "John H. Quick," carrying 8,800 tons of wheat as the first ship bringing aid to France under the Marshall Plan. This column is adapted from a speech David Ignatius gave Monday at a symposium on the Marshall Plan, held at George Marshall's home in Leesburg, Va.

Icahn expands aftermarket business with Precision acquisition

The deal positions Icahn Automotive to take advantage of anticipated increases in fleets, ride-hailing and ride-sharing services and rental cars. Photo credit: Bloomberg Carl Icahn's investment company has agreed to acquire Precision Auto Care, adding more than 250 locations to the investor's interest in 1,000 auto-repair shops.

Loudoun Countya s child abuse advocates honored in Leesburg

Gigi Lawless, deputy commonwealth's attorney, and Don Goodman from the Loudoun County Commonwealth's Office were given awards.

Randall endorses Walbridge, Burk backs Taintor in Democratic primary fight

Democrat Tia Walbridge picked up a major primary endorsement today from Loudoun County Chairwoman Phyllis Randall .

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