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Reminder.. Please don't shoot grass clippings onto the road. It's slippery like ice, and can kill or severely injur a rider. (and it's a crime in Virginia - 18.2-324). If you see it, safely pull over and politely tell the offender. Many non bikers don't even know this. Thank you. Please share.
Loudoun County Sheriff's Office
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Our deputies have a passion for service and believe strongly in community policing. In a rapidly growing county and agency, you will have the chance to take charge of your own career in a variety of positions and specialty units. Visit JoinLCSO.com to learn about the opportunities available to you as a Deputy Sheriff in Patrol, Corrections, or Courts!
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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, tax deadlines have been moved from April 15th to May 17th.
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Delirium is now Hiring!
We are looking for energetic, friendly Front of House staff (host/hostess, servers, bartenders) to join our growing team.
Please apply in person, weekdays after 4pm.
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Daylight saving time 2021 in Virginia will begin at 2:00 AM on Sunday, March 14.
Things are opening back up again and businesses are starting to grow again. Jobs are available..
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Annual exotic destination trip for top performers
If you need your car detailed or paint protection film / ceramic coating, Mike and Priscilla at Xtreme Auto Details are the people to see in Sterling!
Are YOU ready to register (or make a donation) to support the annual The 2021 Annual Ride for Jill's House 6/12?
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Nearly 200,000 people are without power as icy conditions continue to wreck havoc across Virginia, with downed power lines and trees shutting out the lights for residents.
Rest easy sir.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the U.S. Capitol Police and the family and friends of Officer Brian D. Sicknick, who died in the line of duty from injuries sustained when he was physically engaging with protestors on the grounds of the U.S. Capitol.
He had served with the U.S. Capitol Police for 12 years and was assigned to the First Responder’s Unit.
GoFundMe set up for local Deputy recently shot at Sterling Walmart.
On Saturday January 2nd 2021 Loudoun County Sheriff's Deputy Camron Gentry responded to a shoplifting complaint. What occurred next is every cops worst nightmare. A convicted felon decided he was not going to jail and instead decided to fight Deputy Gentry. During the fight, the felon ...
This should warm you up Loudoun!
Sunday, Jan 3rd open 12-8 - (take out only)
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Since Pandemic in March we shifted to take-out only until further notice
Loudoun County Sheriff's Office
A Washington, DC man is facing charges in #Loudoun County for the armed robbery of a Sterling bank last month.
Amobi C. Agu, 36, was arrested last week by the Washington Metropolitan Police Dept. and held on felony warrants obtained by the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office. An investigation conducted by the LCSO connected the suspect to the January 2 armed robbery of the Bank of America in the Dulles Crossing Plaza.
In the robbery, the suspect approached a teller, displayed a firearm, and demanded cash. The suspect left the bank with an undisclosed amount of money. There were no injuries sustained to anyone inside the bank.
The suspect is facing charges in Loudoun County for armed robbery, use of a firearm in the commission of a felony, and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.
Agu remains held in Washington, DC on unrelated charges pending extradition.
The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office is working with other law enforcement agencies to determine if the suspect is connected to similar cases in the region. The LCSO would like to thank the FBI – Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Montgomery County Police Department and the Washington Metropolitan Police Department for their assistance in the investigation.
The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office is investigating an armed robbery of a Sterling bank that occurred on Saturday morning in the 45400 block of Dulles Crossing Plaza.
An unknown suspect entered the Bank of America at approximately 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, January 2, 2021 and approached a teller. The suspect displayed a firearm and demanded cash. The suspect left the store with an undisclosed amount of money and fled the area in a dark-colored SUV. There were no injuries sustained to anyone inside the bank.
The suspect is described as a Black male wearing a blue jacket, blue jeans, and a black mask that was partially concealing his face.
Anyone with any information regarding the possible identity of the suspect is asked to contact Detective S. McCormack at 703-777-1021. Callers wishing to remain anonymous are asked to call Loudoun Crime Solvers at 703-777-1919 or submit a tip through the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office app. The Loudoun Sheriff app is available on the iTunes App Store and Google Play.
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Back in 2017 we interviewed Ed Brown from the White's Ferry.
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White's Ferry Closes
White’s Ferry, the historic Potomac River crossing in Poolesville, Maryland, announced it is ceasing operations Monday after a circuit court decision in Loudoun County, Virginia.
Cancer, COVID-19, and Christmas. In conjunction with St. Baldrick’s, I’ve written an article for Medium discussing our family and our situation. When you read it, please know I’m not a professional writer, I’m just a mom living through an impossible situation.
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Loudoun County Sheriff's Office
The LCSO continued their annual Santa Ride on Friday to help make this holiday season bright for children at area hospitals.
The #Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office has partnered with Cole's Closet, a nonprofit organization, for the past several years to help collect donated toys to fill “closets” with toys for children while they are at the hospital during the holidays.
Through the kindness of Loudoun residents and businesses, the LCSO collected nearly 5,000 toys- our largest collection to date!
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Loudoun County Public Schools
Loudoun County Public Schools Closed Tomorrow, December 17
Loudoun County Public Schools and Administrative Offices are closed tomorrow, Thursday, December 17. All distance-learning classes for tomorrow are cancelled. There will be no food pick-up at LCPS schools tomorrow and food deliveries by bus have been cancelled. All activities on school campuses are cancelled tomorrow. The virtual Student Support and Services Committee Meeting will go on, as scheduled, at 5 p.m. Thursday. The Re-convening of the Recessed December 15, 2020, virtual School Board Meeting will go on, as scheduled, at 6:30 p.m. Thursday.
Loudoun County Sheriff's Office
#LCSO is working a number of weather-related crashes in #Loudoun County. Residents are advised to only drive if necessary and to please #DriveSafe.
Be sure to monitor traffic and road conditions at www.511virginia.org and sheriff.loudoun.gov/traffic
You can also sign up to receive email and text Traffic Alerts through Alert Loudoun at sheriff.loudoun.gov/alertloudoun.
Below is the current (as of 11:25 a.m.) map of traffic-related incidents being worked by the LCSO deputies.
Great stocking stuffer from folks in Ashburn!
You NEED this adapter if you own a PHONE!
Loudoun County Public Schools
Loudoun County Public Schools and Administrative Offices will be closed tomorrow, December 16, 2020. All distance-learning classes for tomorrow are cancelled. There will be no food pick-up at LCPS schools tomorrow and food deliveries by bus have been cancelled.
All activities on school campuses are cancelled.
From our friend Eileen Whelan
Who’s ready for some wintry weather Wednesday?! ❄️
This is a tricky forecast with the rain/snow line impacting totals in your neighborhood, especially near the Beltway. Roads will definitely be impacted, so plan ahead & consider staying home, if that’s an option for you. 🏡 I see a fire in the fireplace & Christmas cookie baking in my future Wednesday! 🍪🎄
Read more: https://wjla.com/weather/stormwatch7-weather-blog/tracking-two-weather-makers-this-week-that-will-bring-rain-and-snow
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Loudoun County Government
With COVID-19 cases rising throughout Virginia, Governor Ralph Northam has announced new, targeted measures to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
The following mitigation measures will take effect at 12:01 a.m. on Monday, December 14, 2020:
• Modified Stay-at-Home Order: All individuals in Virginia must remain at their place of residence between the hours of 12:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m. Exceptions include obtaining food and goods, traveling to and from work, and seeking medical attention.
• Universal mask requirement: All Virginians aged five and over are required to wear face coverings in indoor settings shared with others and when outdoors within six feet of another person. This order expands the current statewide mask mandate, which has been in place since May 29, and requires all individuals aged five and over to wear face coverings in indoor and outdoor public settings outside of their own household. These changes are consistent with new CDC guidelines (https://bit.ly/2Lm61Zb), released December 4, which recommend universal wearing of face coverings.
• Reduction in social gatherings: All social gatherings must be limited to 10 individuals, down from the current cap of 25 people. Social gatherings include, but are not limited to, parties, celebrations, or other social events, regardless of whether they occur indoors or outdoors. This does not apply to religious services, employment settings, or educational settings. Restaurants and retail stores are already governed by strict social distancing requirements, and are not included in this limit.
• Continued limits on dining establishments: Virginia restaurants are currently governed by strict social distancing and sanitization requirements, which remain in place. The on-site sale, consumption, and possession of alcohol remains prohibited after 10:00 p.m. in any restaurant, dining establishment, food court, brewery, microbrewery, distillery, winery, or tasting room. All restaurants, dining establishments, food courts, breweries, microbreweries, distilleries, wineries, and tasting rooms must close by midnight.
• Teleworking: Employees who can telework are strongly encouraged to do so.
The full text of Executive Order 72, which details these temporary restrictions, is online here: https://bit.ly/33YFHLm
Read the full text of the governor’s news release here: https://bit.ly/3qVsjS2
Loudoun County Public Schools
To All LCPS Families and Staff Members:
On Thursday, December 10, the Virginia Department of Health published data showing that both Loudoun County core indicators have exceeded the thresholds established by the School Board for returning to 100% distance learning. In addition, the Virginia Department of Health has retroactively updated metrics for earlier dates in December that indicate both metrics had exceeded their thresholds as of December 6.
Given this new information, and the expectation that metrics will stay above the thresholds for the foreseeable future, LCPS will revert to 100% distance learning for all students beginning Tuesday, December 15.
The Loudoun County School Board had determined that LCPS would return to 100% distance learning if both indicators exceed the established thresholds. In-person instruction would pause if Loudoun County stays above those thresholds for five consecutive business days.
The metrics, referred to as Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) Core Indicators, are:
1. Total number of new cases per 100,000 persons within the last 14 days reaches more than 200; AND
2. Percentage of RT-PCR tests that are positive during the last 14 days reaches more than 10%.
The metrics are reported by the Virginia Department of Health (https://tinyurl.com/y2k3vt8r), and the VDH reporting is posted to the LCPS COVID Case Data webpage (https://tinyurl.com/yxbnj3am) each business day.
If one of these metrics drops below its action threshold on Friday, December 11, or Monday, December 14, the five-day counter would reset to zero and restart when both metrics again exceeded their thresholds. LCPS does not anticipate that happening before December 15.
We understand that this process is disruptive for families of students who have been participating in hybrid in-person learning this fall. The safety and well-being of all students, staff members, their families and the community continues to be our highest priority, and this decision is being made consistent with our commitment to achieving that objective.
LCPS will further discuss plans for using these metrics to determine when hybrid in-person learning could resume at the December 15, 2020, School Board meeting.
Thank you for your continued support as we adapt to the changing conditions created by the COVID-19 pandemic in Loudoun County.
Eric Williams, Ed.D.
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