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EDITORIAL: Remembrance, hope and the Thanksgiving to come

Sitting down with family and friends this week, there will be acknowledgement for the blessings that bring us to the table. Prayerful thanks will be extended for the present and future. The joys of union and reunion will be acknowledged in knowing nods to the feast and the commotion. Glasses will be raised for all the ways that life interrupts and renews itself without warning.
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Free parking is back for the holidays in downtown Leesburg

The Town of Leesburg will once again offer free parking at the Town Hall parking garage, the Church Street parking lot, and on-street parking meters in historic downtown from Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day.

Loudoun County chairwoman to serve on Gov.-elect Northam’s transition team

Loudoun County Chairwoman Phyllis Randall (D-At Large) will serve on Governor-elect Ralph Northam’s 85-member transition committee.

After Danica Roem’s win, GOP lawmaker wants to end gendered titles

The Republican leader of the Virginia House of Delegates wants to do away with the chamber's longstanding tradition of addressing lawmakers with gendered titles.

McAlister reinstated as Purcellville’s police chief

The town on Wednesday reinstated McAlister as chief, but she remains on paid administration leave pending an audit of the previous investigation that led to her firing on Nov. 3.
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Poll: Many want to avoid political talk this Thanksgiving

Pass the turkey — but maybe hold the politics. The already-fraught topic now includes allegations of sexual misconduct against politicians of various political stripes.

School Board considering 6 boundary plans for Goshen Post

As School Board members have worked with staff and constituents, four new plans in addition to LCPS’s original two have emerged in the Goshen Post Elementary School boundary adjustment process.

Northern Va. man arrested with loaded gun at Reagan Airport on Thanksgiving

A northern Virginia man had a bad start to his Thanksgiving when a Transportation Security Administration officer at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport spotted a loaded gun in the man’s carry-on bag at one of the airport checkpoints.
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Girls on the Run to host its first Loudoun 5K

For the first time in Girls on the Run’s history, the organization will host one of its signature 5K races in Loudoun.

Melanie Kelly with local Girl Scouts who collected donations for Thanksgiving meals.

Ashburn moms provide Thanksgiving meals to hundreds in need

Six years ago, Melanie Kelly started a backpack drive to support children at her elementary school in Ashburn. Through this program, she became aware of many local families in need of assistance.
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