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Recent college grads struggle to find work

Despite challenges, region is among the best for job hunters.

Judge asks for delay on controversial vote

The chief judge of the 20th Judicial Circuit is asking Loudoun County leaders to postpone a controversial vote to determine whether to ban public displays on the courthouse grounds.

Quake more a curiosity than a shock

“Did you feel it?” That's the question of the day July 16 after a magnitude 3.6 earthquake struck early in the morning 15 miles northeast of Leesburg.

Four new entrepreneurs share one old house

On the corner of Loudoun and Wirt streets sits a historic, nicely kept house -- “home” to five young entrepreneurs. All of them recently moved in and are venturing forth, expanding their different businesses.

Supervisor to hold informal chat

Loudoun County Supervisor Kelly Burk (D-Leesburg) will host an informal discussion Saturday, July 24, from 10 a.m. to noon.

Guide to Loudoun available

The 2010-2011 edition of the Loudoun County “Guide to Services” is now available.
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Physical therapist Purvi Desai coaches a patient during a therapy session July 9 at HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital’s new branch in Aldie. Times-Mirror Staff Photo/Anna Leon

New Aldie rehab hospital gets patients back on their feet

Frances Marmo, 77, wants to take a train ride across Canada, down to California, and over to Las Vegas. It's a journey of a few thousand miles that must begin with 175 feet.
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Out of the attic: Jeremy Cooper

Jeremy Cooper, bat boy for the Lovettsville Dodgers, assists the players with their bats, hats and balls, in this photo from the Aug. 8, 1985, edition of the Times-Mirror.

Voluntary water restrictions in Purcellville

During these hot and dry summer months, the Town of Purcellville requests residents and businesses be vigilant about water use.

Purcellville participates in National Night Out

The Purcellville Police Department will participate in the National Night Out Aug. 3, using a motorcade to visit participating communities, and spending time with residents.

Seeking: Strong, savvy and seasoned economic development director

Seven months after the former economic development director left the position, the county is still vetting his replacement.

WAGE begins sounding off

Songs and sounds have been breaking the silence on Leesburg's "dark" WAGE radio station.

EDITORIAL: The ‘race’ to be the face of intolerance

If Corey Stewart has his way in the Old Dominion, you could be a suspected illegal immigrant, detained and thrown in jail. Your crime? The color of your skin. Your ethnicity. The way you talk. The way you look.

Leesburg lottery ticket yet to be claimed

Someone who passed through a Leesburg 7-Eleven last month is a quarter million dollars richer and may not even know it.

Northrop Grumman settles on Fairfax County

Government contracting giant Northrop Grumman will move its corporate office from Los Angeles to Falls Church next summer.

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