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Analysis: Virginia to see big Medicaid cuts under GOP plan

Virginia's Medicaid program stands to lose $1.8 billion over a six-year span under House Republicans' plan to overhaul the nation's health care system, a state analysis has found.

Trump budget cuts funding for EPA’s Chesapeake Bay program

President Donald Trump's budget proposal would eliminate federal funding for the program that coordinates Chesapeake Bay cleanup efforts, and environmental groups warned the cut would threaten decades of progress.

LCPS seeks to clarify action taken over Brian Damron’s teaching license

Loudoun County Public Schools issued a statement Friday, in response to media inquiries, to explain why the former band director of Dominion High, Brian Damron's Virginia teaching license was revoked when it was.

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Perriello: Refugees are vetted ‘more thoroughly than the average Trump appointee’

Democrat Tom Perriello was back in Loudoun County Friday, only this time there was no whiskey involved.

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Virginia’s Metro board rep says transit system’s $300 million shortfall could double by 2019

Second Vice Chairman Jim Corcoran said Thursday during a State of Transportation event in Loudoun County that the transit system’s nearly $300 million fiscal 2018 operating shortfall could double by 2019.

Loudoun Sheriff’s Office, Virginia State Police to conduct sobriety checkpoint Friday

The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office is urging motorists to plan a designated driver or a safe way home if you choose to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with alcohol today.

Juvenile arrested for Paeonian Springs vape shop burglary

A juvenile is facing charges in connection with the burglary of a Paeonian Springs business earlier this month.

Transportation heads speak at Loudoun Chamber of Commerce’s PolicyMaker Series on the State of Transportation.Times-Mirror/Sydney Kashiwag

Regional transportation leaders critical of Washington area council of governments

The heads of some of the D.C. Metro area’s top transportation bodies gathered in Loudoun Thursday to highlight the region’s key transit projects and provide insight on what more can be done to advocate for and fund them.

Republican gubernatorial hopeful Ed Gillespie outlines tax plans in Sterling.

Governor hopeful Ed Gillespie promises ‘tax cuts for all Virginians’

Gillespie appeared in an informal Loudoun County setting this afternoon, speaking at the Sterling home of supporters Mary Gail and Gordon Swenson.

Analezia McKenna

UPDATE: Ashburn teenager located safe

The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s assistance to help locate a missing teenager who left her Ashburn home earlier this month.

David G. Brown

Ashburn man indicted on manslaughter charges after fatal Arcola crash

An Ashburn man who was driving during a fatal crash in Arcola in January has been charged with two counts of involuntary manslaughter.

‘It’s been a great ride:’ Caulkins Jewelers to close up shop after more than 60 years

Caulkins Jewelers, an integral part of the retail fabric of Leesburg, will close at the end of June after more than half a century in business.

County officials seek $420K for Sheriff’s Office body camera program

In an effort to be on par with what the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office calls industry standard, county officials are asking the Board of Supervisors for more than $420,000 for a body-worn camera program.

Be ready for closures at busy Route 7 and Belmont Ridge intersection

Loudoun County officials on Wednesday announced upcoming night closures to set structural steel for the future interchange at the Route 7 and Belmont Ridge Road intersection.

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A new truck for the old chief

Leesburg Volunteer Fire Company has a new fire truck, Engine 601, thanks to a collaborative agreement with Loudoun County Combined Fire-Rescue System.

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