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House, Senate pass separate proffer bills loathed by Loudoun County

The Virginia House of Delegates approved legislation today that Loudoun supervisors say will gut the current proffer system the county uses to fund some government projects. More
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UPDATE: Councilman Dave Butler tapped for interim mayor post

Leesburg Town Councilman Dave Butler will serve as the mayor of Leesburg for roughly the next 10 months.
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Purcellville’s assistant town manager looks to the future

After more than a decade working in Loudoun County government, most recently as chief of staff to county administrator Tim Hemstreet, Danny Davis, 34, was ready to expand his career and experience something new.


Seven Loudoun wineries take gold in prestigious Governor’s Cup Wine Competition

Eight Loudoun County wines, including two from Purcellville's Sunset Hills, snagged gold medals in the 2016 Governor's Cup, the state's premier wine competition.

Del. Randy Minchew (R) represents Virginia’s 10th House District. Photo/VirginiaGeneralAssembly.gov

EXCLUSIVE: Del. Minchew will withdraw controversial Electoral College legislation

State Del. Randy Minchew, a Leesburg Republican, will strike his legislation aimed at changing the way Virginia's electoral college votes are counted, Minchew told the Times-Mirror this morning.
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Robert Mabe plays an ethereal banjo instrumental at Lost Rhino Brewing Co. in Ashburn.
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Robert Mabe of Drymill Road records first solo venture

After years of writing and planning, Robert Mabe, banjo player and vocalist for local favorite bluegrass band Drymill Road, is coming out with his first solo album.

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George Mason University researchers announce groundbreaking Lyme test

GMU has completed the largest study of its kind looking at early-stage indicators for Lyme, a disease especially prevalent and devastating for Northern Virginia residents.
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Domestic violence, gun-control groups divided over gun bill

Advocates for domestic violence victims in Virginia who've long sought to toughen the state's gun laws are praising a rare compromise in Richmond that could finally shepherd into law a measure that would strip abusers of their gun rights.

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Leesburg’s Morven Park discusses renovation plans over pints

Members of the Loudoun County equine community curious about Morven Park’s equestrian center renovation learned of the plan’s details at a presentation at Corcoran Brewing Co. in Purcellville on Feb. 2.

House of Delegates committee kills two full-day kindergarten bills from Loudoun lawmakers

Two bills aimed at expanding access to full-day kindergarten in Loudoun died in the Virginia House of Delegates this week.
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Capt. Vanessa Grigsby named interim Leesburg police chief

Leesburg Capt. Vanessa Grigsby has been named the interim chief of the town's police department, effective March 1.
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