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EDITORIAL: By limiting public input, supervisors quell citizen voices

In a representative democracy, participation by the people in the business of government is both a right and an obligation. But in Loudoun County, the right and the obligation have been restricted because governing is keeping the supervisors up past their bedtime.

Loudoun sheriff’s office investigating string of smart phone thefts

Detectives with the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office released surveillance images today of a suspect possibly involved in a series of larcenies targeting Northern Virginia cellphone stores.

Purcellville man wins $4M lottery prize

Bill Malsch bought the winning ticket at Shop N Save, 609 E.Main Street in Purcellville. The store receives a $10,000 bonus from the lottery for selling the winning ticket, according to game officials.

Guns sales in Virginia dip during Trump’s first year

Gun dealers in Virginia say firearms sales have fallen during President Donald Trump's first year in office.

Virginia Lottery calling for ‘Thank a Teacher’ art contest entries

The Virginia Lottery is expanding its “Thank a Teacher” campaign by adding an art contest for K-12 students enrolled in Virginia’s public schools.

Leesburg considers Route 15 North improvements

The snarl of traffic on Route 15 North is one small step closer to a solution—but the Leesburg Town Council isn’t keen on paying for any of it.

Bishop Shawn Stephens speaks before the crowd of a Jan. 23 NAACP meeting in Leesburg about renewed KKK activity. Times-Mirror/Veronike Collazo

Loudoun residents express fear, anger with law enforcement over KKK activity

It was this fear and anger that hundreds of Loudoun residents shared at last night’s Loudoun NAACP meeting, along with a willingness to do more.

Times-Mirror/Veronike Collazo

LGBT advocates continue push for protections in Loudoun schools

A year after the Loudoun County School Board voted against adding anti-discrimination protections for members of the LGBT community, advocates are continuing to lobby board members for reconsideration.

After a challenging first year, Trump has his hands full

The sequel to President Donald Trump's first year in office is opening with the lead player hamstrung by a government shutdown and hunkering down amid investigations, crises and political unease.

Loudoun supervisors address business community on top issues

With the start of a new year, Loudoun faces several challenges, but with every challenge, there is also progress, three Loudoun supervisors told the county business community at a Chamber of Commerce Breakfast Thursday.
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