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Gov. McAuliffe, Republicans hash out deal on I-66 widening, tolling plan

Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) says he and General Assembly Republicans have struck a deal that will speed up the widening of I-66 inside the Beltway. More
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Federal case against Loudoun deputy set for trial March 16

The case against a former Loudoun County deputy facing charges of theft will continue after a federal judge ruled he's competent to stand trial in March.
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Vote on Leesburg courthouse expansion postponed

Leesburg Town Council pushed off a vote on the proposed courthouse expansion and accompanying Pennington Lot parking garage because residents and council members alike expressed concerns about how it would change the feel of downtown Leesburg.


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Loudoun winery included in Oscars ‘swag bag’

Leo, J-Law and Sly will soon be sipping on a smooth Loudoun County wine from Greenhill Vineyards.

Abbe Macbeth of Leesburg is one of two researchers behind the “Resting Bitch Face” study that has become a viral sensation. Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Do you have ‘Resting Bitch Face?’ This Leesburg researcher has the answer

Most women would prefer not to have their name associated with the term, but Leesburg's Abbe Macbeth has waited months for the recognition.
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Rahman Parker, Loudoun Free Clinic executive director, says that the clinic still sees an abundance of patients, even after the full implementation of the Affordable Care Act. Courtesy Photo.

Loudoun Free Clinic bridges gaps for the uninsured

Five years after the Affordable Care Act was signed into law, there are still low-income groups unable to afford the premiums and monthly payments associated with basic care. The Loudoun Free Clinic in Leesburg provides a safety net to those groups.

Following Va. House’s lead, Senate approves proffer overhaul legislation

The Virginia House of Delegates approved legislation today that Loudoun supervisors say will gut the current proffer system the county uses to fund some government projects.
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UPDATE: Councilman Dave Butler tapped for interim mayor post

Leesburg Town Councilman Dave Butler will serve as the mayor of Leesburg for roughly the next 10 months.
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Purcellville’s assistant town manager looks to the future

After more than a decade working in Loudoun County government, most recently as chief of staff to county administrator Tim Hemstreet, Danny Davis, 34, was ready to expand his career and experience something new.

Robert Mabe of Drymill Road records first solo venture

After years of writing and planning, Robert Mabe, banjo player and vocalist for local favorite bluegrass band Drymill Road, is coming out with his first solo album.

Del. Minchew will withdraw controversial Electoral College legislation

State Del. Randy Minchew, a Leesburg Republican, will strike his legislation aimed at changing the way Virginia's electoral college votes are counted, Minchew told the Times-Mirror this morning.
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