Loudoun authorities file charges in stabbing of dog;art group’s works shown at the Shenandoah Building.
Reward raised on anti-Hindu vandalism; arrest made in attempted Leesburg burglaries; other news.
Board will appeal to President Obama for compensation for “unfunded mandate.”
The inmate, who was isolated at Loudoun jail, had recently traveled from West Africa, officials said.
County conducts second deer hunt at Banshee Reeks; Loudoun sees gain on SAT scores; a land-use map tool.
‘Kevin’ the sandhill crane traveled from Ashburn to Michigan for rehabilitation before his release.
Loudoun Sheriff’s Office says it will continue to make ComputerCOP program available to the public.
Loudoun officials host community meeting; the reward for information has been raised to $21,000.
Staff will look at the potential financial effects of 227 newly arrived unaccompanied minors.
Leo Rogers, who was James City’s county attorney, joins Loudoun as chief counsel in November.