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Sterling man pleads guilty to providing material support to ISIL

A Sterling man and a former Army National Guard member pleaded guilty today in federal court to charges of attempting to provide material support to the terrorist organization ISIL. More
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Environmental groups rally in opposition to Dominion’s expansion plans at Loudoun Compressor Station

The company says the expansion would help the company meet the rising demand for natural gas in the greater Washington region.

Loudoun County parents fight for fair instruction for dyslexic students

Loudoun County Public School students with dyslexia are not receiving an equal opportunity to education, according to a large group of parents advocating for systemic change.

Republican committee releases ‘Nasty’ ad in Comstock-Bennett congressional contest

The ad is part of the NRCC's “Nasty Cooking” Facebook campaign targeting Democrats in close contests around the country.

Pastor Michelle Thomas, founder and executive director of the Loudoun Freedom Foundation, points out where Toll Brother’s construction has encroached upon a dry pound that may contain human remains Times-Mirror/Hannah Dellinger

Massive road construction project disturbs historic slave cemetery in Ashburn

The historic resting place of at least 43 former slaves is being encroached upon and impacted by construction for a road-widening project at the intersection of Route 7 and Belmont Ridge Road, according to various groups working to preserve it.
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MORE: Authorities say man acted in self-defense when shooting 11-month-old puppy

Loudoun County authorities have determined that a man acted in self-defense when he fatally shot a dog on Tuesday in Algonkian Regional Park in Sterling.

AP Fact Check: No ‘criminal act’ in case of McAuliffe-McCabe donations

Donald Trump was out of bounds when he accused rival Hillary Clinton of committing a "criminal act" by giving large campaign contributions to the wife of an FBI official who later supervised the agency's investigation into Clinton's email practices when she was secretary of state.

Loudoun superintendent recommends $468 million capital improvement plan

Eric Williams, superintendent of Loudoun County Public Schools, last night presented a recommended capital improvement plan funding request for $468 million that includes plans for two new schools, among other projects.

Memorial service for lifelong conservationist Su Webb set for Oct. 28

Long-time Loudoun conservationist Su Webb died last week, leaving behind a legacy of meaningful preservation across the county and the region.

Doris Kidder honored for work on racial equality in Loudoun County

The Unitarian Universalist Church of Loudoun honored planning commissioner and NAACP member Doris Kidder for a lifetime of working for racial equality with its inaugural Ann Robinson Social Justice Award.

Loudoun supervisors approve boundary line agreement with Hillsboro

The Board of Supervisors approved a boundary line agreement with the Town of Hillsboro Oct. 20 which will allow the town to nearly triple in size.

Middleburg Film Festival Blog: ‘The Eagle Huntress,’ ‘Lion’ are audience favorites

“Lion” and “The Eagle Huntress” came away from the Middleburg Film Festival as attendees' top feature film and top documentary, respectively, festival organizers announced Monday.

Comstock-Bennett race leans toward a toss-up

Virginia's 10th Congressional District race between incumbent Republican Barbara Comstock and Democrat LuAnn Bennett is tightening up, according to three prominent political analyses.

Leesburg’s historic Glenfiddich House is on the market

The Civil War-era property includes a house, stables and carriage house with over 10,000 square feet of living space.

Supervisors approve new countywide noise standards for commercial, non-residential uses

Starting Jan. 1, noise emitted from commercial and non-residential uses around the county will need to adhere to a new set of noise standards.

Republicans questioning financial relationship between McAuliffe and local Democrat

The Wall Street Journal published a front-page story today highlighting the political and financial relationship between Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) and 2015 state Senate candidate Jill McCabe of Ashburn.
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