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Survey shows what’s important to Northern Va. commuters

Conducted by the consulting firm Heart + Mind Strategies, the survey is the first step in the NVTA’s public outreach push as the regional body seeks to update TransAction, the long-term transportation plan for all of Northern Virginia.

Public meeting on extension of Northstar Boulevard set for Dec. 15 in Stone Ridge

Loudoun County will hold a public information meeting on the extension of Northstar Boulevard from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 15 at Arcola Elementary School, 41740 Tall Cedars Parkway in Aldie.

Del. Jim LeMunyon files bill to fight McAuliffe’s I-66 tolling plan

Legislation for the 2016 Virginia General Assembly is starting to roll in, and number one on the list – literally – is Northern Virginia Del. Jim LeMunyon's proposal to prohibit tolling on I-66 inside the Beltway.

Virginia’s unemployment rate dips to 4.2 percent for October

Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe's office said Friday that the seasonally adjusted jobless rate was 4.2 percent in October. That's down slightly from 4.3 percent in September.

New Alzheimer’s, dementia support group launches in Loudoun; first meeting Saturday

A new support group for people dealing with the pains of a loved one's Alzheimer's or a related dementia has launched in Loudoun County.

Comstock votes with majority on House bill to alter Syrian refugee process

U.S. Rep. Barbara Comstock (R-Va.-10th) joined the overwhelming majority of her House colleagues Thursday in a vote supporting stricter rules and oversight of Syrian refugees.

Gap in Gap Road troubles Leesburg residents

After the heavy rainstorms at the beginning of October, many people were left with a few days of picking up debris and dealing with flooding around their homes. However, for one neighborhood in Leesburg, the clean up continues.

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Hamilton woman to receive Medal of Freedom at the White House

Bonnie Mersinger Carroll will be awarded the Medal of Freedom at the White House next week.

After Paris, lawmakers divided on Syrian refugee placement

Two of Northern Virginia's congressional lawmakers are sharply at odds over how the U.S. should handle Syrian refugees following the gruesome terrorist attacks in Paris.

Sen. Dick Black (R-13th) wants Virginia to refuse Syrian refugees looking to resettle. Times-Mirror File Photo

Sen. Dick Black wants Virginia to halt refugee resettlements

In the wake of last week's terrorist attack in Paris that claimed nearly 130 lives, Black says Virginia “cannot keep the federal government from doing what harm it will, but we can refuse to assist them in any respect.”

Printing error causes delay in Loudoun County decal mailings

A printing error delayed the printing of numerous blue Loudoun County 2016 vehicle decals, causing a delay in the mailing.

Supreme Court to look at GOP appeal over Virginia congressional map

The Supreme Court on Friday agreed to hear an appeal by Virginia Republicans who want the court to reinstate a congressional map drawn by state lawmakers.

Loudoun supervisors add three nonprofits to tax-exempt list

Loudoun's Board of Supervisors voted Thursday night to add three nonprofit organizations – the Faith and Family Foundation, Mobile Hope and Oatlands – to the list of groups exempt from paying county property taxes.

With Umstattd’s election, Leesburg will have a new mayor in early 2016

With Mayor Kristen Umstattd's election to the Board of Supervisors Nov. 3, Leesburg residents will have a new mayor for much of 2016.

Eugene Delgaudio lost the Nov. 3 election to Democrat Koran Saines by less than 200 votes. Facebook/Eugene Delgaudio

Eugene Delgaudio not ruling out a future bid for office

The outgoing supervisor chalks up his defeat to “robocalls from President Obama” and “his giant
coalition of unions, lobbies, money and the Washington media.”
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