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An aerial view of the AT&T site on Short Hill Mountain. Times-Mirror/Sydney Kashiwagi

The secret at Short Hill: One year later

A year ago, the western Loudoun community demanded the county deny a commission permit that would have allowed AT&T -- the world’s largest telecom company -- to build a 3.5-acre facility on the top of Short Hill Mountain. More
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Parents say rezoning at Eagle Ridge Middle School unfairly splits neighborhoods

This year 14 schools across Loudoun County are having their walking zones expanded, and some paths will now stretch more than a mile long.
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Leesburg man charged with espionage for giving secret documents to China

Kevin Patrick Mallory, 60, made his initial appearance in federal court today on charges that he transmitted Top Secret and Secret documents to an agent of the People’s Republic of China.
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Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

‘Forget something?’ Loudoun man seeks to raise awareness about children, pets left in cars

In the sweltering heat of summer, the interior of parked cars can quickly rise to temperatures lethal for infants and pets left alone inside.

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PHOTOS: Thousands show support for Nabra

An estimated 2,000 people turned out in Reston Wednesday night to show support for the local Muslim community and to pay their respects for the late Nabra Hassanen.


Chief: Police testing for sex assault of slain Fairfax teen

About 5,000 mourners attended Wednesday's funeral of a Muslim girl whose beating death, blamed by police on a motorist's road rage, has some people in her community fearing for their safety.

Courtesy Photo/Jennifer Swain

VIDEO: This adorable, injured cub was wandering through Leesburg today

"It had an injured left foreleg, and Fish and Wildlife were called by Leesburg Police and Loudoun County Animal Control," said Jennifer Swain, who took the video at her home on Blue Ridge Avenue Northeast.

Republican Buford launches 34th District campaign

Vienna resident Cheryl Buford will challenge Democratic incumbent Kathleen Murphy in the House of Delegates 34th District contest this year.
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Loudoun supervisors poised to approve $4.7M contract for one of sheriff’s political contributors

“I feel that our bidding process, the way we do procurement, is completely wrong and needs to be fixed,” Supervisor Saines said.
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The latest of the killing of Nabra Hassanen

Tawny Wright, a spokeswoman for the Fairfax County Police Department, said the department's investigation into the killing of Nabra Hassanen's death is ongoing.
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Two Sterling schools recommended for Title I funding

Evonne DeNome, school improvement and federal programs supervisor for Loudoun County Public Schools, recommended Park View and Sterling Middle School be added to the county's Title I schools during the June 13 School Board meeting.
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Supreme Court ruling a good sign for the Redskins

The U.S. Supreme Court may have just helped the Redskins keep their controversial name. On Monday the court ruled the government is not allowed to refuse registering potentially offensive names.
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Sheriff’s office makes at least seven alcohol-related arrests over the weekend

The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office made at least seven alcohol-related arrests over the weekend. The information was provided by the LCSO:
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Chantilly man dies after Monday car crash

A Chantilly died after a two-vehicle crash on Old Ox Road near Pebble Run Road Monday, according to the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office.

Metro board member says Loudoun shouldn’t ‘shirk’ its Metro obligations

Will jurisdictions like Fairfax, Arlington and Alexandria go for a regional sales tax to support the region’s embattled Metro (WMATA) rail system? Several of Metro’s Virginia board members recently ducked the question and called on Loudoun County to do its part.
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Gov. McAuliffe to hand over previous felon voter list to Plowman

Loudoun County Commonwealth's Attorney Jim Plowman (R) will receive the list of 206,000 convicted felons who had their voting rights temporarily restored by Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) last year in an order that was eventually nixed by the Supreme Court of Virginia.
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