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‘Moms 4 Trump’ display anger, vitriol toward Clinton in Loudoun County

Nearly 100 Donald Trump supporters attended a “Moms 4 Trump” rally at the Loudoun County resort, where speakers focused the bulk of their time on Clinton. More
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Loudoun Republicans endorse Kevin Wright for mayor of Leesburg

The Loudoun County Republican Committee on Monday endorsed former Leesburg Town Council member Kevin Wright for this year's mayoral race.

Coton and Rye tavern to open at Lansdowne Resort and Spa this fall

In a statement, the resort said Coton and Rye will be the first of five new food and beverage concepts the Lansdowne Resort and Spa will announce this year as part of its culinary revitalization project.


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Trump campaign operative suggests Clinton will die during first year in office

John E. Jaggers, the Maryland and Northern Virginia state director for Trump's campaign, continued the Republican campaign's unfounded attack on Clinton's health during a “Moms 4 Trump” rally in Loudoun County.
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Current map of Loudoun County. Times-Mirror Staff Sydney Kashiwagi.

Comprehensive plan stakeholders committee tour Loudoun as they get to work on new plan

Members of the 26-member Comprehensive Plan Stakeholders Committee and county staff toured western and eastern Loudoun on Aug. 19 to familiarize themselves with the areas as they begin putting together the new roadmap that will guide future economic and community development around the county.


Voting rights restored again for 13K felons in Virginia

A defiant Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced Monday that he again restored the voting rights of about 13,000 felons who served their time after his previous attempt was thwarted by Republican lawmakers and the state Supreme Court.
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Ursula Haberland, 81, was found dead inside her Upperville home on Aug. 23, 2001. Photo Courtesy/LCSO

Loudoun Cold Case Unit seek public’s help as 15-year unsolved murder anniversary approaches

Tomorrow will mark 15 years since an Upperville woman was found dead inside her home, an apparent victim of murder, according to the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office.

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Seven photos that perfectly capture the final 9/11 ride in Leesburg

The ride began in Somerset, Pennsylvania, swung past the Pentagon and ended at ground zero in New York City Saturday to honor those died in the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorists attacks.

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State lawmakers accepting fewer gifts than a year ago

A nonprofit organization that tracks campaign funds has released data showing that state lawmakers are accepting fewer gifts now than they did a year ago.

Cascades Overlook offers restaurants for every whim

Cascades Overlook, a mixed-use development off Route 7 in Sterling, across from the Virginia Community College Campus, is officially open for business.
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Loudoun home to 25 of America’s fastest growing companies

Leesburg's FedBizIT Solutions is the 10th fastest-growing company in America, according to Inc. magazine. The media company has released its 2016 list of the 5,000 fastest growing businesses in America and 25 of them are in Loudoun County.

Sen. Dick Black’s trip to Syria—an $8,100 gift

Loudoun County state Sen. Dick Black reported on economic interest statements more than $8,000 worth of gifts related to his highly publicized, controversial trip to Syria.
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The lucrative Redskins spin revenue for partners

The Redskins returned Wednesday to a renamed facility on Loudoun County Parkway -- the Inova Sports Performance Center at Redskins Park -- after breaking from training camp in Richmond.

Bluemont home struck by lightning, two displaced

Two people and a dog were displaced Tuesday after lightning struck their Bluemont home during a severe afternoon storm, causing $200,000 in damage.

Purcellville Cruise-In to benefit project to build homes for veterans

Hundreds of classic cars will arrive in downtown Purcellville at 4 p.m. Saturday for the HeroHomes Classic Car and Motorcycle Cruise-In.

Bluemont farm creates opportunities for those less ordinary

Maya Wechsler and Greg Masucci are self-proclaimed city slickers. Living in D.C. proved to be a difficult place to raise their nonverbal, autistic son Max and his younger sister Delilah. In an effort to provide a safe environment for their family, the couple made the pilgrimage to Bluemont after buying a 24-acre farm.
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