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Thu., Sep. 29 | 10:56 AM - At a retreat to plan how Loudoun navigates the present and moves toward its future, the chair of the Board of Supervisors proposed to add a word to the board’s vision statement.- 3 comments
Fri., Sep. 30 | 12:44 PM - Dominion Transmission will conduct a second round of venting at the Loudoun Compressor Station at Cove Point Lane in Leesburg on Monday, Chairwoman Phyllis Randall (D-At-Large) announced in a statement today.
Fri., Sep. 30 | 12:16 PM - Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe says he's restored voting and other civil rights to more than 60,000 felons since taking office.- 1 comment
Fri., Sep. 30 | 11:56 AM - Dozens of Loudoun’s top women leaders and entrepreneurs gathered in downtown Leesburg Thursday for the first annual Women 100 Event formed through a partnership between the Times-Mirror and Inova Loudoun Hospital.
Fri., Sep. 30 | 11:23 AM - Brown takes over at a time of intense racial tension across the nation stemming from police shootings and killings of unarmed black men.- 2 comments
Thu., Sep. 29 | 09:56 PM - The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority and United Airlines have agreed to sign an extension of the Airport Use Agreement and Premises Lease at Dulles International Airport through 2024, Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced in a statement today.
Thu., Sep. 29 | 12:32 PM - A misdemeanor domestic assault charge filed against Loudoun County Sheriff's Office Deputy Josiah Kennedy were dropped yesterday after a review by the Office of the Commonwealth’s Attorney.- 1 comment
Thu., Sep. 29 | 11:53 AM - A person living in the 4300 block of Felicity Place in Ashburn recently reported a hand gun being stolen from their car.- 4 comments
Thu., Sep. 29 | 11:01 AM - Loudoun County Chairwoman Phyllis Randall (D-At Large) says she turned down an invitation to fly with the Washington Redskins and accompany the team to events during their voyage to London for a week eight match-up with the Cincinnati Bengals.- 6 comments
Thu., Sep. 29 | 09:17 AM - Nearly three months ago, the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors voted to overturn a controversial commission permit that would have given the green light to telecom giant AT&T to expand a so-called telephone transmission utility substation on top of Short Hill Mountain in western Loudoun.- 12 comments
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