State jobless rate falls to 5.3 percent in October
Mon., Nov. 24 | 09:48 AM - The national unemployment rate fell to a six-year low of 5.8 percent.
Spring 2016 completion date eyed for western Sheriff’s Office substation
Tue., Nov. 25 | 03:19 PM - The long-planned Loudoun County Sheriff's Office substation in the far western half of the county is expected to be completed by spring of 2016, county officials said last week.
County launches state-funded homelessness prevention program
Mon., Nov. 24 | 08:21 AM - Loudoun County has launched the Homeless Prevention Program, a state-funded initiative through the Virginia's Department of House and Community Development.
Conservative talk show host withdraws request for Loudoun County tax exemption
Thu., Nov. 20 | 02:59 PM - Landmark Legal, the nonprofit organization headed by conservative talk show host Mark Levin, has withdrawn its application for a Loudoun County property tax exemption at its Leesburg office.
Governor touts multi-million dollar film incentive program
Wed., Nov. 19 | 09:48 PM - The governor's office issued a news release Tuesday saying the economic impact of the film industry in Virginia was $382 million in 2013.
Loudoun Chamber hosts Affordable Care Act primer
Mon., Nov. 17 | 11:24 AM - The speakers hit on key points of the Affordable Care Act and how it's affecting the state's hospitals and business community.
Things to know about Virginia’s health insurance enrollment
Mon., Nov. 17 | 07:14 AM - The nation began the second year of health coverage expansion under the Affordable Care Act with open enrollment on Saturday.
Craig Parisot wins 34th District GOP primary to succeed Comstock
Sat., Nov. 15 | 04:16 PM - Republicans in Virginia’s House of Delegates 34th District appear to have nominated Craig Parisot of McLean for the Jan. 6 special election to fill the statehouse seat of Congresswoman-elect Barbara Comstock.
Lawmakers approve health care law change
Thu., Nov. 13 | 10:19 AM - Virginia lawmakers approved emergency legislation Nov. 10 allowing health insurance companies to renew plans that do not meet the standards of the Affordable Care Act.
Ed Gillespie’s ‘nearly flawless’ campaign was enough to take Loudoun. Just not quite the state.
Republican Ed Gillespie, who narrowly lost a U.S. Senate contest to incumbent Mark Warner Nov. 4, is expected by many Virginia Republicans to wage another campaign for public office in the years ahead. Courtesy Photo
Wed., Nov. 12 | 12:09 AM - Gillespie's impressive showing in the heavily-analyzed bellwether of Loudoun seems one of the strongest indicators the Republican is poised for a future statewide run.
Statements from McAuliffe and others honoring Veterans Day
Tue., Nov. 11 | 12:11 PM - May God bless our veterans and their families today and forever.
Supervisors approve new Loudoun Water towers near Willowsford, Green Mill Preserve
Mon., Nov. 10 | 05:10 PM - Supervisor Janet Clarke (R-Blue Ridge) took to Facebook at 4:30 a.m. Nov. 6 to sound off over the Board of Supervisors' decision to allow the construction of two new Loudoun Water water tanks near the Willowsford, Creighton Farms and Green Mill Preserve neighborhoods.
MORE: Ed Gillespie concedes Senate race to incumbent Mark Warner
Fri., Nov. 7 | 02:05 PM - Republican Ed Gillespie has conceded Tuesday's U.S. Senate contest in Virginia to incumbent Democrat Mark Warner (D).
High-speed rail meetings planned in Virginia
Thu., Nov. 6 | 10:10 AM - The Virginia Department of Public Transportation is holding public meetings as part of the process for developing a high-speed rail corridor.
Supervisors shut down talk of a pay hike, table the item
Thu., Nov. 6 | 09:13 AM - Any increase in supervisors' salaries cannot, by law, take effect until the next board assumes office.