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Three Loudoun breweries take home medals at Virginia Craft Beer Cup

Old Ox Brewery, Lost Rhino Brewing Co. and Crooked Run Brewing all took home medals at The Virginia Craft Brewers Guild 2017 Virginia Craft Beer Cup.

Free WiFi coming to Fireman’s Field in Purcellville as town looks to expand internet capabilities

Purcellville is working to expand its broadband internet capabilities—and the first step may be coming to Fireman’s Field by July.

Loudoun supervisors considering 62 percent pay hike for next board

Come 2020, members of the next Board of Supervisors and the Loudoun Planning Commission could be getting hefty raises.

Rolling Stone to pay $1.65M to settle suit over rape story

Rolling Stone magazine agreed to pay $1.65 million to settle a defamation lawsuit filed by a University of Virginia fraternity over a debunked story about a rape on campus, the fraternity said Tuesday.

UPDATE: Rep. Scalise in critical condition following Alexandria shooting; Suspect dead

A lone, rifle-wielding gunman opened fire on a congressional baseball practice in Alexandria early Wednesday morning. Congressman Steve Scalise (R) of Louisiana, the third-ranking House Republican, was among several individuals shot and wounded.

Delaney wins 67th District Democratic primary

Karrie Delaney handily defeated two challengers in the Democratic primary for the House of Delegates 67th District seat.

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VIDEO: Celebration and protest at Equality March in Washington

Thousands of people from around the country took to the streets of D.C. Sunday for the Equality March for Unity and Pride.

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MORE: Walbridge wins Democratic primary in 33rd House District

In a tight race, Democrat Tia Walbridge of Round Hill walked away the winner in Tuesday night's primaries in battle for the House of Delegates 33rd District seat.

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Primary post-game: Democrats tap Northam for governor; Gillespie ekes out a win over Stewart

Virginia Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam (D) won the Democratic gubernatorial primary over former Congressman Tom Perriello Tuesday, and Republican front-runner Ed Gillespie eked out a victory over challenger Corey Stewart.

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MOD Pizza coming to Purcellville Gateway

The fast-casual restaurant MOD Pizza has signed a lease at The Purcellville Gateway shopping center, a company spokesperson from ECHO Realty confirmed Monday.

Supervisors partner with Leesburg to fund federal lobbyist for a permanent air traffic control tower

The Loudoun Board of Supervisors will support the Town of Leesburg in funding over the next year to hire a specialized federal lobbyist to help the Leesburg Executive Airport get a permanent air traffic control tower.

One of the pieces of the more than 600 acres of the Traveller’s Rest property in the foreclosure process.

Foreclosure process initiated on more than 600 acres of Banbury Cross Polo Field co-owner’s land

More than 600-acres of a property in Middleburg jointly owned by Nelson Gunnell, the co-owner of Banbury Cross Polo Field, is in the process of being foreclosed.

Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office responds to at least 14 alcohol-related incidents

The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office made arrests in at least 14 alcohol-related incidents in the three-day span between Friday and early Monday, according to incident reports.

GOP gubernatorial candidate Ed Gillespie stumps in Sterling a day before Tuesday’s primaries. Times-Mirror/Sydney Kashiwagi

Gillespie stumps in Sterling in lead-up to primary

As Virginians gear up to nominate the major party candidates for governor, lieutenant governor and General Assembly seats tomorrow, Republican gubernatorial hopeful Ed Gillespie stumped in Sterling Monday to make a final plea to local voters.

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Tom Perriello visits Sterling the day before primaries

Democratic gubernatorial hopeful Tom Perriello met with canvassing volunteers at the campaign’s Sterling headquarters this afternoon, where he thanked them for their grassroots support on the eve of the statewide primaries in Virginia.

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