PURCELLVILLE, Va. April 26, 2017 - Yesterday, April 25, 2017, Town Manager Rob Lohr, after twenty-four years of tireless service to Purcellville, has announced his retirement effective July 1, 2017. I appreciate and . . . Read on...
PURCELLVILLE, Va. April 25, 2017 - The Purcellville Police Department will be joining the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office and law enforcement agencies across the region in conducting a Prescription Drug “Take Back” on Saturday, April 29, 2017 from. . . Read on...
PURCELLVILLE, Va. April 21, 2017 — On Tuesday, April 25th and Wednesday, April 26th, the Town’s Contractor URS/AECOM will be performing geotechnical drilling and infiltration testing at Hirst Farm Pond. Hirst Farm Pond is located off of . . . Read on...
PURCELLVILLE, Va. April 21, 2017 - 04/13/2017 – 01:07a.m. 100 Blk. N. 16th St. Assault Police were called to the scene of a fight but on arrival, found no activity. An apartment was checked. . . Read on...
PURCELLVILLE, VA: April 21, 2017 – Two Purcellville police officers and one Purcellville resident were among the 107 Public Safety heroes and 20 citizen heroes recognized at the 32nd Annual Loudoun County Chamber Valor Awards ceremony. The event . . . Read on...
Fri, Apr 28Disney in the Breezeway Breezeway businesses host, Disney’s Moana! Enjoy dinner, drinks and desserts from one of the local restaurants or breweries during movie night. Make sure to bring chairs and/or blankets for your viewing pleasure.Read On
Sat, Apr 29Drug Take Back Day The Purcellville Police Department will be joining the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office and law enforcement agencies across the region in conducting a Prescription Drug “Take Back” on Saturday, April 29, 2017 from 10am-2pm in the parking lot of Fireman’s Field at 250 S. Nursery Ave. (directly across from Town Hall). Residents can discard potentially dangerous, expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs for destruction. The service is free and anonymous, no questions asked.Read On
Sat, Apr 29St. Andrew Music With A Cause April 29, 7:30pm. Music with a Cause proudly presents The Loudoun Chorale in a spring concert at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church in Purcellville. The chorale will explore themes of eternity and the connectedness of all living beings in a program entitled "Can the Circle Be Unbroken?" The concert will contain a wide variety of music ranging from twentieth century English choral music to American Gospel and Blue Grass tunes. John Taverner's "Song for Athene," Herbert Howell's &q...Read On