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EDITORIAL: By limiting public input, supervisors quell citizen voices

In a representative democracy, participation by the people in the business of government is both a right and an obligation. But in Loudoun County, the right and the obligation have been restricted because governing is keeping the supervisors up past their bedtime.

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LGBT advocates continue push for protections in Loudoun schools

A year after the Loudoun County School Board voted against adding anti-discrimination protections for members of the LGBT community, advocates are continuing to lobby board members for reconsideration.
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After a challenging first year, Trump has his hands full

The sequel to President Donald Trump's first year in office is opening with the lead player hamstrung by a government shutdown and hunkering down amid investigations, crises and political unease.

Loudoun supervisors address business community on top issues

With the start of a new year, Loudoun faces several challenges, but with every challenge, there is also progress, three Loudoun supervisors told the county business community at a Chamber of Commerce Breakfast Thursday.
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Rose McGowan court date postponed

McGowan, who is charged with felony drug possession, was due to appear before Loudoun General District Court Tuesday. Her preliminary hearing will now be heard March 21, according to online court records.

Fire at Leesburg school causes $50K in damages

A fire at the Monroe Technology Center in Leesburg around midnight Saturday caused an estimated $50,000 in damages, according to Loudoun County Fire and Rescue.

Plans for O’Toole property in Purcellville include retail, hotel, senior living center

The developers of a proposed mixed-use development in Purcellville outlined their plans at the Jan. 9 Town Council meeting.

Bipartisan effort would ban bidding war for Redskins stadium

Three politicians in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia are teaming up across partisan lines, seeking to prevent their governments from waging a bidding war with public money to build a new stadium for the Washington Redskins.

Sen. Black, Del. LaRock introduce toll-relief legislation

Loudoun County state Sen. Dick Black (R-13th) and Del Dave LaRock (R-33rd) announced Thursday their legislation to bring what they are calling “desperately-needed toll relief” in Northern Virginia.

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UPDATE: Lawmakers expected to pass measure reopening the government Monday afternoon

Lawmakers are expected to continue negotiations through the weekend in hopes of landing a deal to quickly re-open services for the nation's citizens.
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