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Montano was well-known as the Northern Virginia regional director for Sen. Tim Kaine. Facebook/Paty Funegra

Joe Montano, regional director for Sen. Kaine’s office, dies at 47

Joe Montano, the Northern Virginia regional director for vice presidential candidate and Sen. Tim Kaine, died at his Falls Church home this week at the age of 47. More

With new proffer law in effect, Loudoun figures out how to cope

On July 1 a controversial Virginia proffer law came into effect--- a law which Loudoun County is still trying to figure out how exactly to follow.

Loudoun deputies investigating gang-related, underage prostitution ring

The Loudoun County Sheriff's Office's Tactical Enforcement Unit is investigating an underage prostitution ring spanning Virginia, Maryland and D.C. ran by MS-13 members for the profit of the gang's leadership in El Salvador.
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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.
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Sterling woman arrested for sacrificing chickens appeals for custody of seized rooster

A Sterling woman who was arrested in May for allegedly sacrificing chickens multiple times a week for religious purposes appealed to regain custody of a rooster that was seized from her in Loudoun County Circuit Court today.
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Incoming Loudoun County High School senior Daniel Eisert. Courtesy photo

Loudoun County senior represents Virginia at Boy’s Nation

Each year the American Legion's Boy's Nation selects 98 high school seniors out of nearly 20,000 students who participate in Boy's Nation all over the country.

New crosswalks to reduce risk in downtown Purcellville

On any given day in downtown Purcellville, cars barrel past pedestrians waiting to cross Main Street. The drivers aren’t being rude. They just don’t see pedestrians waiting – and this is a huge risk.

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Ashburn crack dealer sentenced to seven years in prison

Gilberto Carlos McFarlane was sentenced on one count of possession with intent to distribute a schedule I or II controlled substance and one count of distribution of a schedule I or II controlled substance by Judge Stephen E. Sincavage in Loudoun County Circuit Court.

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Leesburg Town Council denies Crescent Parke rezoning

After months of public hearings and negotiations between Hobie Mitchel, the developer of the proposed mixed-used project Crescent Parke, and the town, council members voted to deny the rezoning application during the July 26 town council meeting.
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Leesburg names new police chief after extensive search

Leesburg Town Manager Kaj Dentler announced that Gregory Brown has been selected as the new Leesburg chief of police. He will begin his duties Oct. 3.
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Redskins Park renamed in partnership with Inova Hospital

In a multi-year partnership to bring health and wellness information and programs to the community, Inova Hospital will now be at the center of Redskins Park in Ashburn.
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