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EDITORIAL: Without light, Purcellville languishes in the dark

These things aren’t supposed to happen in Purcellville. It’s a town that’s supposed to work -- an ideal, almost nostalgic, community where people get along, families thrive and life is good. But now spirits arrive to cast the town into darkness.
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Leesburg council in ‘wait and see’ mode on Westpark Park Golf club development

About a dozen Leesburg Country Club residents wore neon green shirts to Tuesday night’s Leesburg Town Council meeting. On every shirt, in large black letters, were the words “Save Westpark.”
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Victim identified in fatal Lovettsville fire

The fire was accidental, resulting from an electrical malfunction, according to the Loudoun County Fire Marshal's Office.

Loudoun County sees resistance as it looks to regulate Airbnb, other short-term rentals

For $30 a night, you can rent out a private bedroom for two equipped with a full bathroom and TV near Dulles Airport in Sterling using the popular online lodging site Airbnb.
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Andrew Barber is launching an idea known as “dry land cruising.” Courtesy Photo

Leesburg man believes his idea could herald vacation experience of the future

A Leesburg man is predicting his idea for a vacation experience, one that mirrors an ocean cruise but happens on dry land, will become a reality within the next decade.

Herndon man charged with eluding police, stealing vehicle, DUI after multi-jurisdictional chase

A Herndon man was arrested after leading the Fairfax Police Department and Loudoun County Sheriff's Office on a car chase Tuesday night.
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Loudoun School Board adopts Plan 4 in Dulles South boundary adjustment

After months of work sessions, public input and planning, the Loudoun County School Board has adopted a plan for the attendance boundary for Goshen Post Elementary School, which will open next school year in Dulles South.

Leesburg nixes food trucks downtown, at breweries

Leesburg Town Council let a discussion about allowing food trucks in the business districts die Monday night after a 3-3 vote.
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Purcellville hires new interim town manager

Purcellville Town Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to hire John Anzivino, a former town manager in Warrenton, to serve as interim town manager. He is expected to serve for about three months.
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Man taken into emergency custody from Kenneth Culbert Elementary

Shortly before noon Tuesday, the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office received call from school personnel at Kenneth W. Culbert Elementary School in Hamilton to check the well-being of a man visiting the school.

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