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EDITORIAL: With a loud statement, Loudoun rebukes the ugly rhetoric of politics

Civility was the secret sauce in the race for Virginia governor.
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Times-Mirror/Alexander Todd Erkiletian

Fire in Loudoun County’s ‘Data Center Alley’ causes $150K in damage

Saturday's fire at a data center under construction in Ashburn caused an estimated $150,000 to the structure.

Dems opt for state-run primary in 10th District

Democrats will hold a state-run primary next year in their race to unseat Republican Barbara Comstock from Virginia's 10th Congressional District.

Leesburg Town Councilman Ron Campbell announces mayoral bid in Ashburn. Times-Mirror/Alex Erkiletian

Leesburg Town Councilman Ron Campbell announces mayoral bid

After less than a year of serving on the Leesburg Town Council, Ron Campbell announced today he plans to challenge mayor and veteran town councilwoman Kelly Burk in next year’s mayoral election.
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Bristow man struck by vehicle, killed while walking on Sycolin Road

A Virginia man died Saturday morning after he was struck by a vehicle on Sycolin Road.

Purcellville calls emergency council meeting, notifies public less than 14 hours beforehand

More controversy and concerns out of the Town of Purcellville and its government operations Friday.

Federal agents raid The Outpost in Middleburg

Federal agents today raided The Outpost antique and interiors store in Middleburg.

Reginald Evans, Leesburg’s first black police officer, dies at 68

Sergeant Reginald Evans, the first African-American man to serve as a police officer with the Town of Leesburg, died Thursday at the age of 68.
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Rob Jones, a Marine Corps veteran from Vienna who lost both legs in Afghanistan, is a storied athlete who raises awareness and funds for wounded veterans organizations.

Veteran Rob Jones to kick-off Vienna Turkey Trot Nov. 19

Just off his 31-Marathons-in-31-Days challenge, Marine Corps Veteran and Loudoun County native Rob Jones will join the James Madison High School Band boosters at the start of the 15th annual Turkey Trot race event on Sunday, Nov. 19.

School Board weighs calendar options for next school year

The Loudoun County School Board is attempting to balance concerns from all stakeholders as it prepares to decide on the calendar for the next school year.
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