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Richmond-Times Dispatch Columnist Jeff Schapiro and George Mason University Political Science Professor Toni-Michelle Travis talk about how a Trump presidency will affect business and politics in Virginia. Times-Mirror/Sydney Kashiwagi

Trump administration the topic of conversation at Loudoun Chamber of Commerce forum

As the Trump administration gears up for the White House, Virginians are bracing for how the transition will impact business and politics.

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Leesburg baker featured on Food Network’s ‘Christmas Cookie Challenge’

In 2014, after 30 years of teaching elementary school, Leesburg resident Kathleen Stanton had big plans for a career change.

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Rolling Stone names Loudoun County alum’s album fourth best of 2016

Car Seat Headrest, the indie rock band fronted by Leesburg native Will Toledo, had the fourth best album of 2016, according to Rolling Stone's “Top 50 albums of 2016,” which the magazine released Nov. 28.

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Hometown hero and professional golfer Billy Hurley honored in Leesburg

Leesburg Mayor-elect Kelly Burk presented Hurley, 34, with a large bronze key and plaque to commemorate his June victory at the 2016 Quicken Loans Tournament at Congressional Country Club.

A time for giving back

Each holiday season, hundreds of Loudoun County's residents, students, businesses and nonprofit organizations work to provide hot meals, toys, home repairs and overall good will to their communities.

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A long ride of a lifetime ends in Loudoun County

Last May, Valerie Ashker and traveling companion Peter Friedman left California riding two former racehorses and headed east on Route 50 toward Virginia.

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This year’s National Turkeys won’t be living out their days in Loudoun County

Stephanie L. Kenyon, executive director at Morven Park in Leesburg, told the Times-Mirror Friday the turkeys pardoned by President Barack Obama this Thanksgiving will be heading to Virginia Tech.

Hurunnessa Fariad, left, and Sohaira Sultan at the ADAMS Center in Sterling.Times-Mirror/Sydney Kashiwagi

Loudoun’s minority communities circumspect in wake of election

For months, Sohaira Sultan had listened as people wondered and worried about whether Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump would make it to the White House.

‘Chugging along,’ Jim Corcoran counts his blessings

The proprietors of Corcoran Brewing Co. and Corcoran Vineyards and Cidery in western Loudoun County, Jim and his wife Lori are well-known and admired throughout the community.

Farm business expert to lead day-long workshop in Leesburg Nov. 17

Nationally recognized farm business expert Richard Wiswall will lead a workshop for local farmers at the Ida Lee Rec Center in Leesburg Nov. 17 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. to teach them about increasing profits.

Loudoun County Animal Services waives adoption fee for veterans

As a way to honor local servicemen and women, Loudoun County Animal Services will waive all pet adoption fees for veterans and active duty military on Nov. 12-13.

Megan Stockman is directing the Sterling Playmakers “Little Women: A Broadway Musical,” opening at 8 p.m. today. Times-Mirror/Jen Lofquist

Sterling Playmakers’ theater director battles mental illness, stereotypes

Megan Stockman, who suffers from Disassociative Identity Disorder – will make her debut directing performance tonight with the Sterling Playmakers

Bricks honoring the memories of veterans line a path at a Veterans Day Commemoration at the George C. Marshall International Center this morning in Leesburg. Gen. Marshall was instrumental in rebuilding Europe following World War II and was honored with the Nobel Peace Prize in 1953. Photos by David Manning

IN PHOTOS: Veterans Day in Leesburg

Leesburg and Loudoun County residents turned out this morning to honor its veterans at a commemoration ceremony at the George C. Marshall International Center this morning.

Ashburn woman launches African-American puzzle set

About a year ago Tiffney Laing of Ashburn embarked on a personal project. She sent out surveys to parents around the Washington, D.C. metro area and asked them what types of tools they felt they needed to teach their children about history.

Donald Shomaker of Leesburg holding his $1 million check from his winning Powerball ticket. Courtesy photo

Leesburg man wins $1 million in Powerball

Donald Shomaker of Leesburg has received a $1 million check from his winning Powerball ticket he purchased at a Gasmart in Leesburg, the Virginia Lottery announced in a statement today.
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