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Fri., Jul. 29 | 12:04 PM - At the end of June some 1,848 homes were up for sale -- an over 16 percent decrease from the same last year, according to the June 2016 Loudoun County Market Trends Report released by the Dulles Area Association of Realtors this month.
Fri., Jul. 29 | 11:36 AM - In less than a week, the Gloucester Parkway extension will open on Aug. 4 to provide a much needed connection from Loudoun County Parkway to Pacific Boulevard and beyond, one of the partnering builders of the extension, Kincora, said in a statement.
Thu., Jul. 28 | 08:46 PM - Herring, the Democratic attorney general of Virginia, closed out a delegation breakfast on the final day of the Democratic National Convention here with a notably political speech that emphasized his advocacy for same-sex marriage and LGBT rights.
Thu., Jul. 28 | 04:41 PM - Dulles-based Orbital ATK supported the successful launch of a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket today carrying a classified NROL-61 satellite from Florida’s Cape Canaveral Air Force Station as part of a U.S. National Reconnaissance Office national security mission.
Thu., Jul. 28 | 01:45 PM - During a Wednesday Planning Commission public hearing, commissioners took action on several high-profile land developments around the county.- 1 comment
Thu., Jul. 28 | 12:20 PM - Each year the American Legion's Boy's Nation selects 98 high school seniors out of nearly 20,000 students who participate in Boy's Nation all over the country.
Thu., Jul. 28 | 12:11 PM - On July 1 a controversial Virginia proffer law came into effect--- a law which Loudoun County is still trying to figure out how exactly to follow.
Thu., Jul. 28 | 11:50 AM - In the wake of Friday's Supreme Court of Virginia ruling that declared McAuliffe didn't have the authority to restore felons' voting rights en masse, McAuliffe is countering by saying he'll restore the rights individually.- 9 comments
Thu., Jul. 28 | 07:00 AM - While we appreciate the governor’s enthusiasm for Virginia, as well as his respect for Virginians, we think he’s overreached on the issue of voting rights for felons.- 1 comment
Wed., Jul. 27 | 06:34 PM - On any given day in downtown Purcellville, cars barrel past pedestrians waiting to cross Main Street. The drivers aren’t being rude. They just don’t see pedestrians waiting – and this is a huge risk.- 1 comment