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Loudoun County superintendent treading familiar ground with Dominion High School case

The case involving former Dominion High School band director Brian Damron and principal John Brewer isn't Superintendent Eric Williams' first brush with controversy in an administrative role. More
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UPDATE: Leesburg man dies in Route 15 crash

The circumstances of the crash remain under investigation and charges are pending. The victim’s name has not been released pending notification of next of kin.
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Economist: Proposed Trump budget could cost northern Virginia up to 10,000 jobs

If President Trump's proposed federal budget is adopted, the suburbs of the Washington Metropolitan area could lose as many as 20,000 jobs in the region’s federal sector.
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Five Virginians place on Forbes’ billionaire list

Five Virginians, four of whom are from Northern Virginia but not quite Loudoun County, landed on this year's billionaires list compiled by Forbes Magazine.

Alta Jones with her husband, Steve, at their farm just outside Hillsboro. Courtesy Photo

Alta Jones is living—and advocating for—the western Loudoun dream

A passionate community member who lives each day with optimism and determination, Alta Jones is embarking on a new role as chair of Loudoun's Rural Economic Development Council.
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Three charged in Chantilly gun store burglary

Three local men who allegedly participated in several recent burglaries of local firearms dealers made their initial appearances in federal court on March 20.
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Supervisors vote along party lines to cut tax rate by two cents

In a party line vote, the Republican members of the Board of Supervisors advanced a plan that would cut the county’s current tax rate of $1.145 by two cents during their final worksession on the county’s proposed $2.5 billion budget Monday night.
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Brewer reinstated as Dominion principal on probationary status

Dr. John Brewer, principal of Dominion High School, has been re-offered the position of principal of Dominion on an annual contract for three years, but on a probationary status.
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How not to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day: Leesburg man charged with fourth DUI in a decade

A Leesburg man was arrested and charged with his fourth DUI in 10 years after a pursuit through Leesburg, according to the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office.
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Supervisors nix economic development request at fourth budget work session

Loudoun supervisors held back on additional spending within the proposed $2.5 billion county budget for fiscal 2018 during their fourth budget work session March 16.
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Trump budget cuts funding for EPA’s Chesapeake Bay program

President Donald Trump's budget proposal would eliminate federal funding for the program that coordinates Chesapeake Bay cleanup efforts, and environmental groups warned the cut would threaten decades of progress.
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LCPS seeks to clarify action taken over Brian Damron’s teaching license

Loudoun County Public Schools issued a statement Friday, in response to media inquiries, to explain why the former band director of Dominion High, Brian Damron's Virginia teaching license was revoked when it was.
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Perriello: Refugees are vetted ‘more thoroughly than the average Trump appointee’

Democrat Tom Perriello was back in Loudoun County Friday, only this time there was no whiskey involved.
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Virginia’s Metro board rep says transit system’s $300 million shortfall could double by 2019

Second Vice Chairman Jim Corcoran said Thursday during a State of Transportation event in Loudoun County that the transit system’s nearly $300 million fiscal 2018 operating shortfall could double by 2019.
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Juvenile arrested for Paeonian Springs vape shop burglary

A juvenile is facing charges in connection with the burglary of a Paeonian Springs business earlier this month.
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Regional transportation leaders critical of Washington area council of governments

The heads of some of the D.C. Metro area’s top transportation bodies gathered in Loudoun Thursday to highlight the region’s key transit projects and provide insight on what more can be done to advocate for and fund them.
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