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Lizze Clark (right) lost a sister to Cockayne syndrome 12 years ago. In the years following her sister’s death the Woodgrove High School student has befriended many other children with the rare syndrome, like 15-year-old Hannah Cregl (left).
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After losing her daughter to a rare disease, a Loudoun mother gives back to children like her

Gigi Clark of Waterford, 5, suffered from a rare and fatal disorder called Cockayne Syndrome that causes growth failure, impaired nervous system development, sensitivity to sunlight and many symptoms associated with premature aging. More

Unfazed by Va. Supreme Court ruling, McAuliffe says he’ll restore voting rights one-by-one

PHILADELPHIA – Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) remains steadfast in his quest to restore the voting rights of more than 200,000 ex-felons.

NAACP leader calls Loudoun County Public Schools’ diversity training ‘a joke’

The Loudoun NAACP says the school system's new "diversity training workshops" are not enough to combat the lack of diversity in its teachers. The group says it plans on filing federal complaints about various "racial inequities" within the school system.
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Loudoun ranked as Virginia’s best for business investment

SmartAsset, a New York-based financial technology company, has ranked Loudoun County No. 1 in business investment in Virginia for the second year in a row.

Photo by R. Kennedy courtesy of Visit Philadelphia

Four days in Philly: A blog from the Democratic National Convention

In the wake of Friday's Supreme Court of Virginia ruling that declared McAuliffe didn't have the authority to restore felons' voting rights en masse, McAuliffe is countering by saying he'll restore the rights individually.


Loudoun deputies arrest six over the weekend for public intoxication, assault

Loudoun County deputies battled this past weekend with several calls throughout the area of drunken individuals who were apparently looking for a fight.

Virginia court nixes order restoring felons’ voting rights

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe's sweeping executive order restoring the voting rights of more than 200,000 felons is unconstitutional, the state's highest court ruled Friday, siding with Republican lawmakers who said the governor overstepped his authority.
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Virginia senator and former governor Tim Kaine to be Clinton’s running mate

As Clinton's vice presidential pick, Kaine will be expected to help the former secretary of state win Virginia, a key swing state in November's elections.
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Loudoun supervisors approve MOA between county and Loudoun Museum

The Board of Supervisors approved a memorandum of agreement on Thursday between the county and the Loudoun Museum in a bid to help pull the long-ailing nonprofit out of financial turmoil.
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Sen. Black says this may be last election in US, claims Clinton wants al-Qaida in control of Syria

A fervent social conservative and former Ted Cruz campaign co-chair, Black is now firmly behind nominee Donald Trump.
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From Loudoun to The Land: A blog from the Republican National Convention

Donald Trump became the Republican Party's 2016 presidential nominee at 7:12 p.m. Tuesday, with Trump's home state of New York pushing him over the needed delegate threshold of 1,237.
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