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Purcellville town manager on leave; McAlister attorney lampoons town investigation

Interim Town Manager Alex Vanegas is currently on leave, according to a town employee who answered the general phone line Tuesday. More
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Supervisors confirm rumors: Wegmans coming to southern Loudoun’s Arcola Center

The rumors are true: East Coast grocery chain Wegmans is planning to move to Loudoun’s Arcola Center, supervisors Matt Letourneau (R-Dulles) and Tony Buffington (R-Blue Ridge) announced in a joint statement today.

Analysis: Loudoun swinging to blue as it grows and becomes more diverse

White men are losing their majority, their traditional hold on power and their exclusive role in deciding how Loudoun will grow.
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The new Barnes & Noble at One Loudoun. Courtesy Photo

Beer, wine and books: Barnes & Noble opens in One Loudoun on Wednesday

Barnes & Noble opens its doors in One Loudoun Wednesday, and the local location will be offering up more than just reading material.
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A Town in Turmoil: Purcellville requests managerial assistance from Loudoun County

Events in the Town of Purcellville over the past week have caused a domino effect that is calling into question the town’s staffing levels and ability to administer core government operations.
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Three candidates vying for Reid’s Leesburg seat; special election date set for Feb. 6

Three familiar faces have stepped up to campaign for Leesburg Councilman Ken Reid’s empty seat: Gwen Pangle, Neil Steinberg and Josh Thiel.
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Investigator who conducted Purcellville police chief inquiry has previous criminal convictions

Georgia Nuckolls, the human resources investigator hired by the Town of Purcellville to look into claims against now former Chief of Police Cynthia McAlister, has been convicted of multiple crimes in the past, town officials announced Sunday.
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Fire in Loudoun County’s ‘Data Center Alley’ causes $150K in damage

Saturday's fire at a data center under construction in Ashburn caused an estimated $150,000 in damage to the structure.
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Leesburg Town Councilman Ron Campbell announces mayoral bid

After less than a year of serving on the Leesburg Town Council, Ron Campbell announced today he plans to challenge mayor and veteran town councilwoman Kelly Burk in next year’s mayoral election.
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Bristow man struck by vehicle, killed while walking on Sycolin Road

A Virginia man died Saturday morning after he was struck by a vehicle on Sycolin Road.

Federal agents raid The Outpost in Middleburg

Federal agents today raided The Outpost antique and interiors store in Middleburg.

Reginald Evans, Leesburg’s first black police officer, dies at 68

Sergeant Reginald Evans, the first African-American man to serve as a police officer with the Town of Leesburg, died Thursday at the age of 68.
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School Board weighs calendar options for next school year

The Loudoun County School Board is attempting to balance concerns from all stakeholders as it prepares to decide on the calendar for the next school year.
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Sen. Kaine joins the call for Hillsboro to regain its own ZIP

The Town of Hillsboro this week submitted an application to the United States Postal Service to renew the town's ZIP code after it was merged with Purcellville 13 years ago.
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Rose McGowan granted waiver to skip Loudoun arraignment; preliminary trial set for January

McGowan, one of the leading and most vocal accusers claiming sexual assault by Harvey Weinstein, was not required to appear at an arraignment today in Loudoun County District Court.
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Rep. Comstock says male lawmaker exposed himself to staffer

Speaker Paul Ryan said Tuesday that the House will require anti-harassment and anti-discrimination training for all members and their staffs. The announcement came just hours after a hearing in which two female lawmakers spoke about sexual misconduct involving sitting members of Congress.
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