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Loudoun Planning Commission backs AT&T’s data center plans for Short Hill Mountain

AT&T has won the approval of county planners to build a data center on 3.5 acres at the top of Short Hill on the ridge between Hillsboro and Lovettsville. More
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Pangle, Macbeth announce Leesburg Town Council candidacies

Pangle and Macbeth join Ron Campbell, a businessman and member of the Leesburg Environmental Advisory Commission, and John Hilton, a Realtor and also a member of the Environmental Advisory Commission in seeking the open seats.
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High-profile Virginia Republicans lining up against Donald Trump

Many long-time Virginia Republicans found themselves despondent this week after Donald Trump became the GOP's presumptive presidential nominee.
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Hamilton Town Councilman Dimitri Kesari found guilty in second federal corruption trial

Kesari was found guilty of conspiracy, guilty of causing false records and guilty of false statements.
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Loudoun celebrates EMS Week with month-long events

This year, EMS Week has been designated from May 15 – 21 with the theme of “EMS STRONG: Called to Care.” In light of EMS week, many of the county’s fire and rescue companies will be hosting open house events throughout May to provide the citizens of Loudoun County an opportunity to engage with their local EMS providers.

‘Endless possibilities’ the theme of Loudoun County economic summit

Loudoun County is poised to capture “endless possibilities” from economic development in coming weeks and into the future, the county’s chief developer told business and political leaders at an economic summit this morning.

Bob Klancher, community advocate and planning commissioner, dies at 57

“Bob was a dear friend who I loved like a brother,” said Loudoun Board of Supervisors Vice Chairman Ralph Buona (R-Ashburn). “He devoted his life to his family, his community and his church."
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Freedom High School prom raises more than $48K for cancer research

Thanks to savings from cutting prom extravagancies, fundraising efforts and donations from local businesses, Freedom High School was able to donate $45,000 to St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital on April 29. They also donated over $8,000 to other nonprofits.
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Local nonprofits rake in more than $180K during Give Choose day

The Community Foundation of Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties orchestrated the Give Choose day, through which more than 1,400 donations were given.

Mayor Fraser cruises to a second term in Purcellville; three incumbents ousted

Securing seats on council were newcomers T. Chris Bledsoe, the top vote-getter with 954; Nedim Ogelman right behind with 938 votes; and Ryan J. Cool with 795 votes.
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