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Lane closures on Ashburn Village Boulevard at Russell Branch Parkway set for August

Loudoun County officials announced today that temporary lane closures will occur in August on Ashburn Village Boulevard at the intersection of Russell Branch Parkway.

Judge rules Va. can remove Confederate flag from license plates

A judge has granted Virginia permission to remove the Confederate flag from license plates, according to Attorney General Mark Herring.

McAuliffe’s political action committee returning money linked to oil company

Gov. Terry McAuliffe's political action committee is returning a $25,000 donation from a company with ties to Angola's state-owned oil company.

McAuliffe wants early consensus on new congressional maps

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe is asking state lawmakers to meet in Richmond next week to hammer out a consensus on new congressional districts.

Gangneung City, South Korea Mayor Choi Myeong-hee, left, and Loudoun County Board of Supervisors Chairman Scott K. York. Photo Courtesy/Loudoun County Government

Loudoun signs Friendship Agreement with Gangneung City, South Korea

Officials from Loudoun County and Gangneung City, South Korea signed a Sister City Friendship Agreement Wednesday, formalizing the partnership approved by the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors in 2014.

County to break ground on first recreation and senior center for South Riding

The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors, Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Services and Department of Transportation and Capital Infrastructure will hold a groundbreaking ceremony for Phase II and Phase III of the Dulles South Multipurpose Center at 11 a.m. Aug. 1.

Board of Supervisors Chairman Scott York is seeking a fifth term as chair. Times-Mirror File Photo

Email from Chairman York shows political relationship with Loudoun land use attorney

The attorney has secured favorable outcomes for some of the largest real estate developers in Loudoun.

UPDATE: Leesburg council votes to keep Loudoun government center and courts downtown

Only Councilman Tom Dunn voted to uphold the Board of Architectural Review's ruling.

Times-Mirror/Anna Harris

Dulles South residents oppose power lines

Members of the Dulles South community voiced their hesitations and opposition to a series of power lines set for build along Route 50 at the July 23 public input session hosted by Supervisor Matt Letourneau (R-Dulles).

Silver Line falls 30 percent short of projected ridership; lawmakers remain optimistic

One year in, the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority's Silver Line is 30 percent short of projected ridership.

Courtesy Photo/Office of Sen. Mark Warner

A Times-Mirror conversation with Sen. Mark Warner

See what Virginia's senior senator said about budgeting and sequestration, the “gig” economy and how capitalism is no longer working for the middle class.

Bob McDonnell appeals corruption conviction for a second time

The move comes after a three-judge appeals panel unanimously upheld the convictions earlier this month.

A rendering of the courthouse complex expansion in downtown Leesburg.

SURVEY: The Loudoun courts expansion debate

The debate over whether to demolish four historic structures in downtown Leesburg has led to tension between Town Council and Loudoun County's Board of Supervisors.

Virginia’s unemployment rate holds steady at 4.9 percent in June

Northern Virginia recorded the largest job gains, while the Virginia Beach-Norfolk-Newport News metropolitan area was second in job growth.

Facebook/Dr. Jill McCabe

Flare-up over Planned Parenthood hits Senate race in Loudoun

Amid a growing chorus from Virginia Republicans about the tendentious Planned Parenthood videos, local Democratic state senate candidate Jill McCabe said she continues to welcome support from the controversial group.
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