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EDITORIAL: Something is happening on Short Hill Mountain, and residents deserve answers

Residents who live near the ridge wondered what was happening there. It was hard to ignore the construction equipment that stripped trees from the ridge line, destroying the view, for the installation of something.

Analysis: Senate bill worse for Virginia’s Medicaid program

An analysis of the Senate health care bill shows its changes to the way Medicaid is funded would cost Virginia's program at least $1.4 billion over seven years.

Loudoun County supervisors eye resolution opposing Metro sales tax

The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors is eyeing a formal resolution that would oppose a one-cent regional sales tax to support the region’s troubled Metro (WMATA) rail system.

Title 1 status approved for Park View High, Sterling Middle schools

Title I provides financial assistance to local educational agencies and schools with high numbers or high percentages of children from low-income families to help ensure that all children meet challenging state academic standards, according to the U.S. Department of Education.

Popular high school football coach from Ashburn dies in car crash

James Madison High School football head coach Leonard Schultz died late Saturday after he was hit by a drifting box truck while on I-495 in Springfield.

Captain Catoctin’s Crabs and Concoctions co-owner Nils Schnibbe at Tuesday’s sneak peek. Times-Mirror/Karen Graham

Captain Catoctin’s Crabs readies for July 4 opening in Leesburg

Loudouners will have a new place to enjoy fresh crabs and seafood when Captain Catoctin’s Crabs and Concoctions opens for business July 4 at 14 Loudoun Street.
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Loudoun sheriff’s office releases images of ‘upskirting’ suspect

The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s assistance to identify a suspect in a reported "upskirting" case at a Sterling-area store.

Sheriff Chapman honored with DEA/D.A.R.E. Law Enforcement Executive of the Year award

Loudoun County Sheriff Michael L. Chapman has been selected as the 2017 DEA/D.A.R.E. Law Enforcement Executive of the Year, an award presented annually to “a senior law enforcement officer who epitomizes an extraordinary commitment to drug prevention and enforcement.”
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Round Hill Grocery set to reopen this fall

A beloved local business in Round Hill is being restored and will reopen this fall under a new owner.

Pete Durand with the 1980s Neve console in his recording studio, M80. Times-Mirror/Alex Erkiletian

It’s a hit: Purcellville music studio attracts recording artists from far and wide

Tucked away in a quiet corner of Purcellville, recording studio M80 isn't where you would expect to find a world-class space with top-tier equipment. But appearances can be deceptive. The secluded location is, according to studio owner Pete Durand, one of its main draws.

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