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Loudoun Republican Committee Chairman pans Scott York

"Loudoun citizens deserve someone who will give straight answers and stand for what is right, even when that may not further his own interests," Michael Haynes said.

At Casanel Vineyards in Leesburg, family and patriotism

This month, the winery launched a sharp rebranding, including modernized labels for the 2013 and 2014 vintages.

Paul VI High School moving to Loudoun

The Catholic Diocese of Arlington has made the decision to move its Paul VI High School campus from Fairfax to Loudoun.

Mark Warner talks economy, millennials at Young Professionals Summit in Loudoun

It was a packed house at the National Conference Center as Sen. Mark Warner gave a speech at the Virginia Young Professionals Summit this past Saturday.

MORE: Scott York flip-flops again, will seek fifth term as independent

Loudoun Board of Supervisors Chairman Scott York (R-At Large) will seek a fifth term in 2015, this time as an independent.

Gov. McAuliffe and Loudoun officials have expressed interest in Loudoun potentially housing a D.C. United soccer franchise.

D.C. United to Loudoun?

After pushing Loudoun as a potential landing spot for professional football, in somewhat of a head scratcher, the governor has added D.C. United to his list of targets for relocation to the Old Dominion.

Former Sheriff Steve Simpson says he plans to announce his candidacy for office as an independent next week. Times-Mirror File Photo/Beverly Denny

UPDATE: Former sheriff Simpson officially announces for office

Former Sheriff Steve Simpson officially announced his candidacy for sheriff this afternoon as an independent.

Three bills related to college campus sexual assault pass into law in Va.

Governor Terry McAuliffe signed three bills addressing sexual assault on college campuses into law may 28.

Loudoun’s York ‘evaluating’ independent candidacy

Loudoun Board of Supervisors Chairman Scott York (R) has acknowledged he's considering seeking a fifth term as chairman, although any 2015 run would have to be made as an independent, something he's done before.

Hundreds of Loudoun students had a narrow escape of an SAT retake after the exam’s answering sheets went missing. Times-Mirror/Anna Harris

Missing Loudoun SATs found in Broad Run High

Around 263 Loudoun students' SAT tests that went missing were found June 1 at Broad Run High School where the test was taken May 2.
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