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Herring opposes GOP push to expedite voting lawsuit

Democratic Attorney General Mark Herring is urging the Virginia Supreme Court not to expedite a lawsuit brought by Republican lawmakers over felons' voting rights.

TRAFFIC ALERT: Signal outage at Routes 7 and 659 in June

Loudoun County has announced an upcoming signal outage at the intersection of Route 7 (Harry Byrd Highway) and Route 659 (Belmont Ridge Road) associated with the Route 7/659 interchange construction. Beginning on or about June 1 and continuing through approximately June 10, ongoing modifications will be made to the existing traffic signal.

McAuliffe: Feds have found no wrongdoing

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe said Wednesday that federal investigators looking at donations to his 2013 campaign have told his attorney there's no indication he did anything wrong.

Chairwoman Phyllis Randall (D) gave her first “State of the County” address May 25. Courtesy Photo/Loudoun County

Randall: State of Loudoun County strong, but challenges remain

Phyllis Randall (D) vowed during her first “State of the County” address to build an inclusive Loudoun while addressing the county's outstanding challenges in order to make it a “premiere” destination to live and work in.

Leesburg’s Courthouse Square development dealt a major setback

The property takes up more than one-quarter of the block outlined by Loudoun, Market, King and Church streets, including the former Loudoun Times-Mirror building.

Transcript: Chairwoman Randall’s first ‘State of Loudoun County’

Loudoun County Chairwoman Phyllis Randall (D) gave her first "State of the County" address Wednesday night in front of a standing-room-only crowd at the Government Center in Leesburg.

AT&T says proposed Short Hill site not a ‘data center’

“This is not a data center,” Bob Ericksen, a project manager for AT&T, told an eager crowd of over 100 Loudoun County residents packed into the Game Protective Association on Monday.

Photo Courtesy/Town of Leesburg

Catoctin skate park sparks controversy in Leesburg

Newly released conceptual designs for the Catoctin Skate Park have sparked a controversy about the actual practicality of spending taxpayer money on a project that perhaps only a few will enjoy.

Crescent Parke rezoning leaves Leesburg residents, council reeling

Leesburg Town Council's May 24 meeting was taken over by discussion of the current rezoning application for Crescent Parke, a proposed mixed-use development that stretches from the terminus of Gateway Drive to Davis Drive along the edge of the Leesburg Bypass.

Supervisors send $156K Loudoun Museum’s way

A portion of the new funding will go toward hiring a new development manager. Additionally, the county plans to offer development services to the museum through the MOU that will contain specific terms and conditions, including fundraising and revenue metrics.

Loudoun County chairwoman to host ‘State of the County’ Wednesday

First-year Loudoun County Chairwoman Phyllis Randall (D) will host a free, open-to-the-public "State of County" address Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at the Loudoun County Government Center in Leesburg.

UPDATE: Gov. McAuliffe under federal investigation

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe is the subject of a federal investigation looking at donations to his gubernatorial campaign, according to a law enforcement official.

Virginia jails are housing thousands living in U.S. illegally

Since 2008, Virginia's local and regional jails have housed at least 19,882 immigrants living in the U.S. illegally, according to data collected by the State Compensation Board, but officials say the number is likely much higher.

McAuliffe signs state budget, vetoes Medicaid restriction

Gov. Terry McAuliffe has signed a $100 billion, two-year state budget lawmakers passed earlier this year.

Loudoun supervisors delay decision on Short Hill ‘data center’

The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Thursday night to delay consideration for a commission permit for the expansion of a controversial AT&T telephone transmission facility on Short Hill Mountain to its June 23 business meeting.
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