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Supervisor Ron Meyer (R-Broad Run) wants to limit what kind of proclamations and resolutions he and his colleagues can introduce. Times-Mirror/Bill Clare

Loudoun Supervisor Meyer considering rules change to limit resolutions and proclamations

Loudoun County Supervisor Ron Meyer (R-Broad Run) says he is considering introducing a change to the board’s rules of order that would limit the scope of what supervisors can propose and place on meeting agendas, including items such as resolutions and proclamations. More
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Loudoun supervisors allocate more than $1M to nonprofits, but plan to revisit process

Loudoun County supervisors allocated more than $1 million in grants to local and regional nonprofits groups last week, including $180,000 to HealthWorks of Northern Virginia, $88,000 to the Loudoun Free Clinic and $85,000 to Loudoun Cares.

Former civil rights leader arrested at Dulles Airport

A former D.C. politician and civil rights leader is in custody in Loudoun County after he was arrested on an outstanding warrant at Dulles International Airport this morning.


Courtesy Photo/J.D. Cuban, Tiger Woods Foundation

‘Story of the year:’ Loudoun County native wins his first PGA Tour event

Hurley, who was ranked 607th in the world coming into the tournament, was a longshot as the tournament commenced, but he led for the duration of the final round.
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The secret is out: Middleburg’s National Sporting Library & Museum comes of age

Since opening its art museum in October 2011, the NSLM campus, which includes a world-class museum of American and European sporting art and a library containing upwards of 26,000 modern and rare books, has come of age.


MORE: U.S. Supreme Court overturns McDonnell convictions

A unanimous Supreme Court on Monday threw out the bribery conviction of former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell in a ruling that could make it tougher to prosecute elected officials accused of corruption.
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K2M CEO and founder Eric Major. File photo

Q&A: CEO of Loudoun-based K2M projects growth, jobs

After unveiling a new headquarters in Leesburg earlier in June, co-founder, president and CEO Eric Major of the global medical device company K2M, talks about the company’s plans for the future and tells the Loudoun Times-Mirror that K2M is here to stay.

Protester Kris Gregory of Concerned Citizens Against Gun Violence stands outside of Congresswoman Barbara Comstock’s (R) Sterling District office demanding she do more on gun violence prevention. Times-Mirror/Sydney Kashiwagi

Gun violence protesters call on Comstock to take stronger stance

A group of gun violence groups and Loudoun County residents protested outside of Congresswoman Barbara Comstock's (R) District office in Sterling Friday.
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For Potomac Falls woman, a brave jump

Jumping off of a 15-story ledge is scary, but is it scarier than finding out you have a chronic kidney disease?

Loudoun chairwoman embraces international investment

After just hitting her 100-day mark in office, Loudoun County Board of Supervisors Chairwoman Phyllis Randall (D) says she's ‘more convinced than ever’ in Loudoun’s ability to attract international investment.
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MORE: Loudoun supervisors vote to overturn AT&T commission permit for Short Hill facility

The Board of Supervisors has voted to overturn a controversial Planning Commission decision to grant a commission permit to AT&T that would have allowed telecom giant AT&T the ability to expand a 'telephone transmission utility substation'  on the top of Short Hill Mountain.
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