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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
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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

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United pilot, 54, charged with indecent exposure for standing naked in Denver airport hotel window

Married United Airlines pilot, 54, is charged with indecent exposure after 'standing naked in front of his 10th-floor hotel room, touching himself, waving and gyrating' Captain Andrew Collins, 54, admitted to standing in the window but found issue with the varying witness accounts as to what he had actually been doing A TSA agent informed police that he saw the Leesburg, Virginia, man 'touching himself' and waving at him from the 10th floor of the Westin Hotel in Denver Denver police said that Collins 'knowingly and willfully' exposed himself, reporting that two United employees and a passenger saw the man Captain Andrew Collins, 54, admitted to standing in the window but found issue with the varying witness accounts as to what he had actually been doing A United Airlines pilot has been charged with indecent exposure after he was said to have stood naked in the window of the 10th floor ... (more)

He says he had no idea he was visible to the people inside the main terminal.

The Denver airport terminal is reflected in the windows of the Westin DIA hotel, 2015. A United Airlines pilot admits he stood naked in the window of his room at a Denver airport hotel but says he had no idea he was visible to people inside the main terminal - and he's horrified to now face a criminal charge of indecent exposure.

Editorial: What can we expect next, Loudoun County Public Schools?

Loudoun students were out of school Thursday due to weather, which meant they were safe - safe from the troubling number of predators making their way into Loudoun County Public Schools.

Cofense Named a Leader in the 2018 Gartner Magic Quadrant for...

LEESBURG, Va., Nov. 16, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Today Cofense a , the leading provider of human-driven phishing defense solutions world-wide, announced it was named a leader in Gartner's November 2018 Magic Quadrant for Security Awareness Computer-Based Training. Cofense has been recognized as a leader for three consecutive years.

REHAU Offers BIM Files for Plumbing, Mechanical Systems Through UNIFI

LEESBURG, VA The REHAU BIM library is now available on UNIFI, the industry-leading BIM content management platform, allowing architectural and engineering firms to design with REHAU PEXa plumbing and radiant heating/cooling content directly in Autodesk Revit models. Subscribers to the cloud-based platform UNIFI Connect can locate and adopt manufacturer content into their internal libraries.

Season's First Snow Slickens Roads, Spurs School Closures

Storm Team4's Lauryn Ricketts forecasts snow and rain for Thursday, including during the evening commute. And Lauryn's Moon Boots make an appearance! The warning is also in effect for the Shenandoah Valley until 4 a.m. Friday.

Leesburg man charged in One Loudoun assault

A Leesburg man has been arrested after injuring another man during an assault outside Sense of Thai restaurant at One Loudoun early Sunday.

Builder: Hill Top agreement would show town - unity'

Hill Top project manager Laurel Ziemianski told a packed Town Council meeting Monday night that the Leesburg, Va., firm she works for wants to find common ground with town officials on public access to the historic hotel site's scenic overlook and other issues. "We're looking to figure this out together with you and come up with a mutual solution together," said Ziemianski of SWaN Investors.

Leesburg requests private help to maintain historic cemetery

In an effort to preserve the Sycolin Cemetery without the town having to maintain it, Town Council voted Tuesday to advertise for private bidders who would like to care for the historic African-American burial ground.

Loudoun County School Board committee examines external communication procedures

Loudoun County Public Schools has hired a communications firm to review the school system's emergency communication procedures and make recommendations.

Locals celebrate Veterans Day at The Marshall House in Leesburg

Army Maj. Gen. John M. Epperly, commanding general of the 29th Infantry Division, was the keynote speaker at this year's Veterans Day Commemoration at The Marshall House.

Free checking, iconic Middleburg fox to return with Union Bank merger

The Middleburg Bank, an institution of the picturesque village since it opened in 1924, will have a new name and offer customers more options when its merger with Richmond-based Union Bankshares and Access/Middleburg Bank is complete next year.

GOP Didn't Have a Turnout Problem, It Had a Focus Problem

Voters fill out their ballots at Loudoun County High School in Leesburg, Va., on Nov. 6. OPINION - Did the 2018 midterm electorate break new political ground as the media had predicted for months or was it déjà vu all over again? The answer is both.  In my last column before the election , I suggested that four key measurements would tell the story of this year's midterms: party ID, ideology, turnout by unique voter groups , and how independents break. In recent elections, the party out of power in midterm elections has usually done slightly better than in presidential years when it comes to the party identification of the electorate, with 2002 being an exception due to 9/11.

Drink Law Brings To-Go Cocktails to a Leesburg Mall

The Village at Leesburg - home to eateries like BurgerFi, Firebirds, and Plaza Azteca - is now letting visitors double-fist alcoholic drinks and shopping bags, aiming to bring a small taste of Bourbon Street or Las Vegas to the sleepy Northern Virginia suburb. The shopping center owned by Rappaport Management Company is the first Loudoun County outlet to tap into a new Alcoholic Beverage Control program, potentially bringing new meaning to "shop 'til you drop" this holiday season.

Ashburn basement fire displaces family, causes $200K in damages

The Loudoun County Fire Marshal's Office said Thursday that the fire at the Ashburn home was accidental and caused by a malfunctioning laptop battery.

Fifth candidate emerges for Catoctin School Board seat

Mark Miller, founder of childhood brain cancer research foundation Smashing Walnuts, formally announced his candidacy for the Catoctin School Board seat on Wednesday.

'Tis the season: Fa La La Christmas pop-up bar opens for its second season in Leesburg

The fun and festive Christmas pop-up bar Fa La La at 14 Loudoun St. in downtown Leesburg will officially open for business Thursday night.

Lucketts decks out house for holidays

When others are taking down lights, packing up ornaments and dragging dry trees to the curb, Suzanne Eblen and Amy Whyte are just starting on their Christmas shopping. Each January, the business partners head out to trade shows and load up on the latest in garland, pillows, lights, blankets, scarves and trinkets - all to deck the halls of an 11-room design house for the next holiday season.

Leesburg police investigating grocery store robbery that sparked school lockdown

A Wednesday afternoon robbery at a Leesburg grocery store that forced a nearby middle school to go into lockdown is under investigation, according to the Leesburg Police Department.

Word on the Hill: The Morning After

Voters fill out their ballots at Loudoun County High School in Leesburg, Va., on Election Day. We're all over Capitol Hill and its surrounding haunts looking for good stories.

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