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Aldie Man Pleads Guilty to Multi-Million Dollar Embezzlement

An Aldie man pleaded guilty today to one count of wire fraud resulting from a federal investigation into the alleged embezzlement of more than $7 million from a company he worked for. According to court documents, Kevin Lee, 38, was the controller for a McLean company for which he had...
ALDIE, VA

Virginia Apple Orchard Named Among Best In America

As Fall begins in Virginia, so does apple picking season! Stribling Orchard in Markham was crowned one of the country's best spots for apple picking, and it's been a special place for Virginians for over 200 years, according to Travelandleisure.com. While enjoying great views of the Blue …
MARKHAM, VA
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Search underway for bank robbery suspect in Manassas

MANASSAS, Va. - Police in Prince William County released several photos of a suspect they are searching for in connection with a bank robbery in Manassas. According to Prince William County Police, the robbery happened on Tuesday at the Wells Fargo bank located at 8118 Sudley Road. Police say the...
MANASSAS, VA
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The Story of the Orange Dress: Ashburn-Based Private Chef Turned Heads at her Wedding in Local Berryville, VA

ASHBURN, Va., Oct 06, 2022 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Private Chef and Owner of Fleur de Cuisine, Natalie Ramos (now Natalie Vaughn), has shared her story about overcoming adversity on her way to success in building her chef and catering business in Loudoun County, Virginia. Through sharing her story about growing up in Brooklyn, New York’s housing projects, Natalie has gained a large following for her strength, willingness, and determination for overcoming obstacles that led to her personal and professional success.
BERRYVILLE, VA
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Man hit, badly injured in Manassas crash

MANASSAS, Va. — Prince William County Police Department officers say a man was badly injured after he was hit by a car in Manassas Wednesday night. The crash happened around 9:30 p.m. at the intersection of Sudley Manor Drive and Schofield Way. A public information officer for the police...
MANASSAS, VA
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Today* in Hawks*** around Town

Thanks to Richie for sending this “little Mantis chilling out on my potted schefflera on our patio in Manassas Park.”. If you spot a hawk, any interesting wildlife or celebrity skateboarder Tony Hawk, and get a good photo please send in an email where you spotted them to [email protected]. Thanks! Hawks around Town is made possible by a generous grant from the Ben and Sylvia Gardner foundation.
MANASSAS PARK, VA

Virginia woman charged with child neglect after allegedly dropping kids off at stranger’s home, never returned

According to the Herndon Police Department, a woman who identified herself as Alejandra showed up to a home on the 1200 block of Elden Street at around 3 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 22. She left her two young children at the home and said she would be back at 11 that evening. She then left with an unknown man in a silver four-door truck and never returned.
RESTON, VA
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Firefighter hurt, barn destroyed by fire in Loudoun County

LOUDOUN COUNTY, Va. (DC News Now) — A firefighter was hurt Tuesday as crews worked to put out a barn fire in Purcellville. Loudoun County Fire and Rescue said emergency dispatchers received a call about the fire in the 18000 block of Silcott Springs Rd. shortly before 8 a.m. When crews from Purcellville, Philomont, Round […]
LOUDOUN COUNTY, VA
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LCFR Fire Marshal’s Office Makes Arrest in Aldie Vehicle Fire

On Saturday, October 1, 2022, the Loudoun County Fire and Rescue Fire Marshal’s Office (LCFR-FMO) arrested Sean Christopher Palazzo and charged him with arson of personal property for a vehicle fire in Aldie. At 6:40 p.m., Saturday, October 1, 2022, the Loudoun County Emergency Communications Center received a 911...
ALDIE, VA
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Study Shows Loudoun Wine’s Profile Rising

A study on Loudoun’s brand as “DC’s Wine Country” commissioned by Visit Loudoun showed the county’s reputation as a wine destination is solid, and in Loudoun the wineries are a top tourism draw. According to Visit Loudoun, the marketing research firm SMARInsights asked more than...
LOUDOUN COUNTY, VA
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Woodgrove High School Rallies, Raises Funds in Memory of Classmate

Students at Woodgrove High School today held a basketball skills fundraiser to benefit The Epilepsy Foundation. Colette Baine, a senior and member of the Woodgrove girls basketball team, died Aug. 27. Baine had epilepsy. Danny Maher a senior and member of the boys basketball team organized the skills and three-point...
PURCELLVILLE, VA
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D.C. Councilmember Cheh talks traffic safety, voting for non-citizens

WMATA announced this week that it will start issuing citations to riders who evade fares beginning in November. We sit down with Phyllis Randall (D), chair of the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors, to talk about how the county wants to tackle the issue. And, how convinced is she that the Silver Line will open on time? Plus, we ask about the county’s plan for data center growth.
WASHINGTON, DC
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Here are 12 of the most expensive and biggest development projects underway in N. Va.

Gigantic mixed-use projects around Metro — especially along the expanding Silver Line —dominate Northern Virginia’s development scene. Amazon HQ2, while certainly large and always a headline grabber, isn’t the biggest, perhaps by a long shot. Some truly colossal projects, especially along Metro in Fairfax and Loudoun counties, have been lumbering away, or at least stirring, for years. These are the ones you should really keep an eye on.
LOUDOUN COUNTY, VA

Hot Lanes, Hot Desks, and Hot Under the Collar: Welcome to October

The best time of the year is finally here. I’m not talking about pumpkin spice season. I’m talking about the weather. Our sweltering days and humid nights are fading away. I’ve been looking forward to this autumn, the first without the suffocating fear of the pandemic in three years. But as I make my way back to in-person trainings and meetings, I’m sensing a new type of heat coming from commuters, office workers, and people having a difficult time being around each other. Frustration. Our work environments have changed, and change is always difficult.
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