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MORE: Scott York flip-flops again, will seek fifth term as independent

Loudoun Board of Supervisors Chairman Scott York (R-At Large) will seek a fifth term in 2015, this time as an independent.
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Gov. McAuliffe and Loudoun officials have expressed interest in Loudoun potentially housing a D.C. United soccer franchise.

D.C. United to Loudoun?

After pushing Loudoun as a potential landing spot for professional football, in somewhat of a head scratcher, the governor has added D.C. United to his list of targets for relocation to the Old Dominion.

Former Sheriff Steve Simpson says he plans to announce his candidacy for office as an independent next week. Times-Mirror File Photo/Beverly Denny

UPDATE: Former sheriff Simpson officially announces for office

Former Sheriff Steve Simpson officially announced his candidacy for sheriff this afternoon as an independent.

Three bills related to college campus sexual assault pass into law in Va.

Governor Terry McAuliffe signed three bills addressing sexual assault on college campuses into law may 28.

Loudoun’s York ‘evaluating’ independent candidacy

Loudoun Board of Supervisors Chairman Scott York (R) has acknowledged he's considering seeking a fifth term as chairman, although any 2015 run would have to be made as an independent, something he's done before.

Hundreds of Loudoun students had a narrow escape of an SAT retake after the exam’s answering sheets went missing. Times-Mirror/Anna Harris

Missing Loudoun SATs found in Broad Run High

Around 263 Loudoun students' SAT tests that went missing were found June 1 at Broad Run High School where the test was taken May 2.

Chick-Fil-A has asked the county if a restaurant located in South Riding would be allowed by-right. - Logo courtesy/Chick-Fil-A

Chick-Fil-A may be coming to South Riding

Chick-Fil-A has asked Loudoun County if building a proposed Chantilly restaurant at the corner of South Riding Boulevard and Defender Drive south of Route 50 would be by-right.

Democrat launches Dulles District candidacy

Loudoun Democrats will be represented by Anjan Chimaladinne on November's ticket for Dulles District Supervisor.

New poll shows concerns from upcoming Northern Va. college students

A newly released survey indicates that Northern Virginia high school students are concerned with their future financial state, but feel confident in their ability to handle and manage their money.

Attendees of the 2013 Relay for Life of Western Loudoun County walked around the track during the luminaria ceremony at Heritage High School in Leesburg June 1. Funds raised from Relay For Life support the American Cancer Society’s mission to fight cancer. Times-Mirror Photo/William Burke

Annual Loudoun County Relay for Life set for June 6

For the 16th year, the annual Relay for Life to raise money for cancer treatment and a cure will take place from 11 a.m. to midnight June 6 at Heritage High School in Leesburg.

Leesburg man hits car, leads deputies on foot chase

Leesburg man charged in January road rage shooting

Full-day kindergarten lottery set for late June

Harpers Ferry man dies in two-vehicle crash

Warner, Kaine recommend Boente to stay on as U.S. Attorney

Round Hill man dies following motorcycle crash

Sterling man steals car, assaults woman

Group focuses on ‘Building the new Northern Virginia economy’

Lane closures on Belmont Ridge Road set for June-July

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