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Leesburg Town Councilman Ron Campbell announces mayoral bid in Ashburn. Times-Mirror/Alex Erkiletian

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. More
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Federal agents raid The Outpost in Middleburg

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

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.


Rob Jones, a Marine Corps veteran from Vienna who lost both legs in Afghanistan, is a storied athlete who raises awareness and funds for wounded veterans organizations.

Veteran Rob Jones to kick-off Vienna Turkey Trot Nov. 19

Just off his 31-Marathons-in-31-Days challenge, Marine Corps Veteran and Loudoun County native Rob Jones will join the James Madison High School Band boosters at the start of the 15th annual Turkey Trot race event on Sunday, Nov. 19.

Sen. Tim Kaine (D) agrees with Hillsboro Mayor Roger Vance that the small western Loudoun town should have its own ZIP. Times-Mirror/Alexander Todd Erkiletian

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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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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Rose McGowan in her booking photo. Courtesy Photo/Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office

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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Loudoun supervisors, stakeholders spar over new Comprehensive Plan process

More than a year into the million-dollar public process to compose Loudoun’s new Comprehensive Plan, the Board of Supervisors and the 26-member stakeholder group helping craft the plan appear to have differing views on the direction Envision Loudoun should be going in.
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Supervisors send data center proposal in transition area to future meeting for review

After an outpouring of opposition from dozens of Loudoun residents to a 750,000-square-foot data center proposed in the county’s transition policy area (TPA), the Board of Supervisors agreed Wednesday to take a closer look at the application and send it to a future meeting to review.
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MORE: Leesburg Councilman Ken Reid resigning

Leesburg Town Councilman Ken Reid is resigning from council, according to a letter sent to council members Tuesday.
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Three-day trial set for March 2018 for driver in fatal Evergreen Mills crash

The driver of a food truck who crashed his vehicle into a car on Evergreen Mills Road Sept. 8, killing a mother of three, was denied bond and remained in custody Wednesday at Loudoun County Circuit Court.
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Former NFL star Shaun Alexander to help manage Purcellville’s historic Fireman’s Field

Former Seattle Seahawks and Washington Redskins running back Shaun Alexander has agreed to enter a public–private partnership with the Town of Purcellville, along with Play to Win LLC, for the management of the Fireman's Field complex.
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Leesburg food trucks still in limbo

The fate of Leesburg food trucks remains largely in limbo after Town Council voted Tuesday to allow them along right-of-ways in industrial districts—and discuss more at a later time.

UPDATE: Route 9 crash in western Loudoun claims one life

The Loudoun County Sheriff's Office has confirmed a fatality in this afternoon's crash at Hillsboro Road and Route 9.
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Orbital ATK spacecraft arrives at International Space Station

The latest spacecraft to be launched into orbit by Dulles-based Orbital ATK has successfully completed its rendezvous with the International Space Station.

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