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Pat Cassidy has decided to step down after 19 seasons as Broad Run High School baseball coach to spend more time with family. File Photo

Pat Cassidy steps down as Broad Run baseball coach to watch home team

After 19 years at the reins of Broad Run High School's baseball program, 42-year-old alumnus Pat Cassidy has resigned his post as the Spartans' head coach. "It's hard, because as much as I enjoy spending all that time coaching the Broad Run baseball team, it's time for me to spend some of that time with my family," Cassidy said. More

Loudoun Schools fight hunger through summer meal program

Loudoun County is the richest county in the United States, yet one in 10 kids who live here don’t know where their next meal is coming from.

Purcellville mono pole signals start of needed broadband expansion

For years, residents and business owners of the west have struggled with a lack of reception and access to wireless Internet, affecting all sectors.


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Trump shanks it: Sponsors flee, PGA faces boycott after remarks

Two weeks ago, Donald Trump helicoptered into Loudoun County to tout the championship golf course he built on Lowe's Island to host major golf tournaments. Today, he's facing a boycott of his brands and his golf tournaments following remarks in which he labeled some Mexican immigrants as rapists and gun-runners.

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Controversial Confederate flag was born in Northern Virginia

The so-called “Confederate” flag that has spawned controversy nationwide after the fatal shooting of nine black people last month in Charleston, S.C. by a shooter who brandished it was born right here in Northern Virginia.
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Loudoun and Fauquier counties may build equestrian facility near Dulles

Fauquier County is considering partnering with Loudoun County to construct an equine quarantine facility at or near Dulles International Airport to give a boost to the region's equestrian industry.

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Historical Preservation Youth Service Project yields priceless treasures

As part of a three-day Youth Conference from June 30 to July 1, at least 300 teens between the ages of 14 to 18 from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints performed service at two western Loudoun cemeteries: Ketoctin Baptist Church Cemetery and the Lovettsville Union Cemetery.
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Data center zone changes raise Loudoun development questions

A portion of land being developed for a data center in Dulles along Route 50 could be the impetus for zone code changes discouraging but not prohibiting data centers on land labeled commercial light industrial.
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Loudoun organization seeks big solutions from unlikely sources

A Loudoun-based national solutions think-tank of sorts gears up for a new year of collecting ideas worldwide to solve problems on all levels, and this time they’re bringing students into the mix.

The Yummy Pig moves into Leesburg

If you mourned the closing of The Q Company, a newcomer has taken over the Catoctin Circle location: Yummy Pig.
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Loudoun County Public Schools considers dropping mid-term, final exams

Despite media reports to the contrary, no decision has been made regarding Loudoun County Public Schools dropping mid-term and final exams.
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