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Cynet Systems of Ashburn named fastest-growing private company in Va.

Cynet Systems of Ashburn took the top honor at the Virginia Chamber of Commerce's “Fantastic 50” awards in Chantilly Thursday night. More

Cruz wins majority of delegates at Virginia convention

Supporters of U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz prevailed over backers of front-runner Donald Trump in a fight Saturday over delegates to the national Republican party convention, delegates that could help decide who becomes the GOP presidential nominee.
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Sterling man charged with DUID in Arcola crash

A Sterling man was arrested Friday and charged with driving while under the influence of drugs after he crashed into a minivan in the Arcola community.
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Redskins’ Pierre Garçon surprises Loudoun County ‘Teacher of the Year’

Pierre Garçon, wide receiver for the Washington Redskins, walked into Tuck’s classroom on May 2 with a giant check for $500 worth of school supplies. Garçon also escorted Tuck in a limousine to go on his shopping spree at Loudoun Learning.

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New York-style Bada Bing Bagels coming to Purcellville

After two years of research and hard work, a plan is coming together to open Bada Bing Bagels in a few weeks. The targeted opening day is May 21 at the Shops at Maple and Main in Purcellville, next to Vocelli Pizza.


Ashburn couple indicted in $20M visa fraud scheme

An Ashburn couple along with four co-conspirators were indicted yesterday in federal court for allegedly defrauding the government by applying for more than 800 illegal immigration benefits under the H-1B visa program that resulted in more than $20 million in profits.
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For over a decade, hundreds of community members have participated in the Annual Walk for Water at Morven Park in Leesburg to help raise money to build wells in drought stricken regions in Africa. Courtesy Photo/Wisdom Springs

Loudoun students raise awareness about water access in West Africa

The Annual Walk for Water has raised over $260,000 in the past 12 years, which has built 26 wells in West Africa. Each year students from Heritage, Stonebridge and Tuscarora high schools put the event together not only to raise money, but to raise awareness about drought conditions in Africa.

As Purcellville confronts more growth, mayor and council races turn contentious

Purcellville residents will head to the polls May 3 to elect a mayor and members of the town council in what is turning out to be a continuous race with some residents calling for long-time incumbents to leave the dais.
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Significant premium hikes expected under Obama health law—especially in Va.

Expect insurers to seek significant premium increases under President Barack Obama's health care law, in a wave of state-level requests rippling across the country ahead of the political conventions this summer.

Loudoun group builds homes for veterans

Led by Jason Brownell, Matthew Lowers and Aimee McGranahan, the group’s goal is to help veterans live independently and to provide for their future. The first home will be 2,100 square feet and is set on one-third of an acre in an established community close to the town of Purcellville.

Racing, betting and art: A renaissance at Morven Park in Leesburg

Come fall of 2017, country horse racing will return to Morven Park – horse racing with pari-mutuel betting.

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