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EDITORIAL: Hold the town hall

Congresswoman, it's past time. Hold a town hall, and hold the town hall soon. Hold a town hall because, first and foremost, constituents must feel like they're elected officials hear them and grasp their fears and their concerns.

Loudoun County Sheriff Mike Chapman gives drugs presentation at River Bend Middle School. Courtesy photo/Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office

Juveniles could face charges after possible Xanax consumption in Sterling schools

Charges could be coming against some of the juveniles caught up in a suspected drug-taking incident at two schools in Sterling, according to the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office.

Report: Cows, chickens taint Shenandoah River with E. coli

Excessive livestock manure from millions of turkeys, chickens and cows in Virginia is making its way into the Shenandoah River, polluting the scenic waterway with unsafe levels of E. coli, according to a new report from an environmental advocacy group.

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Metro GM calls for more funding. But is Loudoun ready to take on the costs?

In an effort to get Metro in a safe and reliable state, the transit system’s general manager last week said $15.5 billion is needed over the next decade.

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Kismet: Stone Bridge alum Allen goes to the Redskins in Thursday’s NFL Draft

Some say “everything happens for a reason,” and that seemed to be the case at the first round of the NFL Draft in downtown Philadelphia Thursday night.

Three Loudoun-based companies receive Virginia Chamber ‘Fantastic 50’ award

Three Loudoun-based companies were recognized as the state’s fastest-growing companies by the Virginia Chamber of Commerce at the organization's Virginia’s Fantastic 50 Awards Banquet Thursday.


Prime 280-acre International City site put up for sale

A 280-acre piece of land fronting the Dulles Greenway is up for sale at the site of the once planned mixed-use district site known as International City.

Esthar Nchom, a wheelchair escort at the airport, joins other strikers.Times-Mirror/Chantalle Edmunds

Airport workers stage strike at Dulles

Contract workers at Dulles Airport are taking part in a 24-hour strike as part of a dispute with their employer, the Huntleigh Corporation.

Nearly 2,000 residents participated in workshops to envision the county’s future.Envision-Loudoun.org

Loudoun stakeholders and citizens show signs of discontent with Comprehensive Plan process

For the past year, Loudoun County has embarked on million dollar effort to reconstruct its key policy document -- the Comprehensive Plan.

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Orbital ATK spacecraft docks at International Space Station

A spacecraft manufactured by Dulles-based Orbital ATK successfully docked at NASA'S International Space Station Saturday.

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