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Thu., Feb. 23 | 11:11 AM - As explained by The Chronicle of Philanthropy, “A Mismatch Between Need and Affluence,” American communities with high standards of living often have low charitable giving rates.- 8 comments
Tue., Feb. 28 | 10:51 AM - A contractor with the lowest bid will be able to build synthetic turf fields in the county, according to a motion the Board of Supervisors approved on Thursday.
Mon., Feb. 27 | 04:40 PM - Lieutenant Governor and gubernatorial hopeful Ralph Northam (D) kicked off his “Virginia Values” tour in Leesburg Monday morning, saying it was good to be back on campaign trail after “fighting the good fight” in Richmond during the 2017 General Assembly session, which closed on Saturday.- 3 comments
Mon., Feb. 27 | 02:48 PM - A Leesburg woman was arrested Friday at Baltimore-Washington international airport after Transportation Security Administration officers found her trying to carry a loaded handgun past a security checkpoint.- 6 comments
Mon., Feb. 27 | 02:39 PM - Featuring panel discussions, reenactments and educational sessions, the Loudoun Freedom Center held its annual expo celebrating Black History Month at the Cascades Overlook.
Mon., Feb. 27 | 01:49 PM - Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) will attend President Donald Trump’s address to a joint session of Congress tomorrow and bring Loudoun County resident Shannon Linford as his guest.- 2 comments
Mon., Feb. 27 | 12:19 PM - According to the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office, deputies were conducting a business check at the Hyatt when 43-year-old Garrett D. Arnold, of Sterling reached for the service gun of a deputy.
Sun., Feb. 26 | 11:49 AM - Virginia state employees will be getting raises, some of them quite hefty, under a budget plan headed to Gov. Terry McAuliffe's desk.- 1 comment
Sun., Feb. 26 | 11:02 AM - International groups that work to combat violence against women and girls are praising the Virginia General Assembly for approving legislation that makes female genital mutilation a crime.- 1 comment
Sat., Feb. 25 | 11:07 AM - At the front of the hall, stood a table and chairs, with one place set for the Congresswoman, a sign bearing her name along with a microphone. The chair would, probably not unexpectedly, remain empty for the course of the evening.- 39 comments
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