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Lovettsville farmer will vie for Catoctin district seat

Lovettsville farmer and agricultural activist Malcolm Baldwin announced today he plans to run for the county Board of Supervisor's Catoctin district seat.

Lovettsville Montessori School, Oasis Healthware take top prizes at small business plan awards

Lovettsville Montessori School, a planned preschool for children aged 3-6, and Oasis Healthware; a Dulles-based software company that electronically categorizes medical records, took the top awards at the Loudoun Small Business Development Center's second annual Business Plan Competition awards Nov. 16.

Three more men in custody in connection with Sterling mob assault

Loudoun deputies have arrested three more men in connection with a Nov. 12 attack in Sterling.

Lovettsville lawyer disbarred, plans to appeal

Lovettsville lawyer Spencer Dean Ault was disbarred on Oct. 27 following account mismanagement.

EDITORIAL: On debts and deficits: Something’s gotta give…

The size of the debt has gotten so bad that recently the national debt clock in New York City’s Times Square needed a makeover. There weren’t enough numerical spaces on the existing digital clock display to account for the new debt totals, so they added another panel.

South Riding resident campaigning for Dulles district seat

South Riding-resident Larry Roeder has stepped in the ring as a Democratic candidate for the Dulles District Supervisor seat.
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Times-Mirror File Photo/ The two sections of the Lunette House in November 2009, now sitting at the end of Kinsale Drive.

Lunette House to be leveled

A 19th century farmhouse slated for years to be restored by the developer of an Aldie community will be torn down.

Supervisors approve allocation of $9.4 million in federal funds to schools

Loudoun County Public Schools now have an additional $9.4 million in federal funds to compensate employees forced to take two furlough days next week as a result of budget constraints.

Brower named new Loudoun fire chief

County officials have selected W. Keith Brower to serve as the new Loudoun County Chief of Fire, Rescue and Emergency Management.

County planning commission member to run for supervisor

A Democrat has thrown his hat in the race to become the next supervisor for the Broad Run district.

UPDATE: Loudoun named richest county in the nation, again

Loudoun once again lands at the top of the list as the nation's richest county.

Loudoun included in agriculture disaster area designation

The U.S. Secretary of Agriculture has designated Loudoun County has a contiguous disaster area because of this year's excessive heat and drought conditions.

Deputies identify alleged Lansdowne burglar

Loudoun County Sheriff's deputies have identified a 17-year-old boy as the person caught on a home surveillance video attempting to break in to vehicles on Oct. 28 in Lansdowne.

Hatrick recommends $919 million construction budget

At the School Board meeting on Nov. 9, Loudoun County Public Schools Superintendent Edgar Hatrick recommended that the Board adopt $919 million in funds for the fiscal 2012-2016 Capital Improvements Program.

Nonprofit funding deadline approaching

Nov. 12 is the last day to file an application for a Loudoun County Regional Organizational Grant.

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