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MORE: 10th District town hall goes on without Rep. Comstock

At the front of the hall, stood a table and chairs, with one place set for the Congresswoman, a sign bearing her name along with a microphone. The chair would, probably not unexpectedly, remain empty for the course of the evening. More
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Loudoun supervisors approve Lidl-anchored commercial development in Broadlands

The decision came after several revisions to the application after Broadlands residents voiced concerns about traffic and congestion in an already crowded neighborhood.
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Leesburg attorney challenging waitress’ claim of racist message on receipt

A Leesburg attorney is challenging an Ashburn waitress's claims that a customer stiffed her and left a racist message on a dining receipt in January.
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More than 40 Oscar nominations for Middleburg Film Festival titles, actors

A whopping four films screened at the 2016 Middleburg Film Festival are up for best picture, including front-runner “La La Land,” which was the 2016 festival's centerpiece film.

One Loudoun’s “downtown.”

After months of delays, supervisors deny One Loudoun rezoning in hostile vote

The decision came after months of deliberation and negotiations centered on the number of residential units -- a number that has dropped by more than half since January.
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State employees to get pay raises in new budget

Virginia state employees will be getting raises, some of them quite hefty, under a budget plan headed to Gov. Terry McAuliffe's desk.

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Lawmakers say new state budget is bad news for Loudoun County judiciary

Virginia's 20th Judicial Circuit will not receive funding for a fifth judge in the new state budget, meaning Loudoun County will not have a fourth Circuit Court judge for the foreseeable future.
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Warrenton-based auto group buys Leesburg’s Star Buick

Andy Budd, the owner of Country Chevrolet in Warrenton, has purchased the dealership from long-time owner Ray Martin Glembot, who is retiring after 37 years.

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Corcoran Brewing to merge operations with B Chord

Jim and Lori Corcoran's Corcoran Brewing Company announced today they are forming a new partnership with B Chord Brewing, owned by Marty and Rose Dougherty, to create a “better and stronger” brewery operation.

Loudoun County’s multi-million dollar ERP problems continue

The Board of Supervisors' finance committee on Tuesday walked back a $533,200 expenditure for a single person to lead the county’s latest implementation of its problematic enterprise resource planning (ERP) project.
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Superintendent makes case for $1.1 billion budget to supervisors

The Board of Supervisors and the Loudoun School Board gathered Wednesday to hear out the school administration’s 2018 $1.1 billion adopted budget request.
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McAuliffe vetoes bill cutting abortion clinics’ funding

The Democrat vetoed the measure Tuesday during an event outside the executive mansion. He vetoed the same measure last year and said Tuesday it would harm tens of thousands of Virginians who rely on Planned Parenthood.
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Despite objectors, Rep. Comstock hosts second tele-town hall

U.S. Rep Barbara Comstock (R-Va.-10th) on Tuesday held her second tele-town hall of February, continuing on the same path as many of her fellow house mates who are batting off calls for an in-person town hall.
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Tamil, one of the world’s oldest languages, to be recognized by Loudoun County schools

One of the oldest languages in the world, Tamil of south India, is about to be recognized for credit by the Loudoun County Public School system.
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A first for Loudoun wine: ‘The Barns’ wins 2017 Governor’s Cup

It was a celebratory night for Barns owner Andrew Fialdini at the Hotel John Marshall in Richmond, where the governor and state officials announced the 12 wines comprising the Governor's Case – arguably the commonwealth's top 12 wines.
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UPDATE: Route 28 crash victim’s name released

An early-morning crash on Route 28 has left one woman dead after she was ejected from a Jeep, according to Loudoun County Sheriff's Office reports.
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