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EDITORIAL: Supervisors should reject data center along Goose Creek

County officials seem lost in their consideration of a massive data center project called True North Data that repurposes 106 acres of nature on the west side of Goose Creek.
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Virginia panel votes down push for stricter gun laws

A Virginia state Senate panel has defeated a Democratic push for stricter gun laws.

Loudoun entrepreneur expands business into Australia

A Dulles-based entrepreneur is taking his technology company's know-how overseas, setting up a new office in Australia.

Delores Plant. Courtesy Photo

LCPS to hold memorial service for longest-serving Broad Run employee

Broad Run High School is hosting a memorial concert for Delores Plant, the longest-serving employee in the school's history.

Inaugural Cabin Fever Film Fest hits Purcellville this weekend

When Purcellville resident Elizabeth Stinnette learned about the first annual Cabin Fever Film Festival at Franklin Park Arts Center, she was excited to submit the screenplay she wrote a few years ago titled “The Screenwriters.”

Hundreds of county residents marched from the Loudoun County Courthouse to the Douglass School in Leesburg Jan. 15 to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr.‘s legacy. Times-Mirror/Veronike Collazo

Loudoun remembers Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy with message of unity

As Loudouners gathered to celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday and his contributions to the Civil Rights Movement, coming together and taking political action was at the forefront of the county’s annual celebration.

Jim Freund with his wife Sibyl and New Jeresy Gov. Chris Christie (R). Courtesy photo/Jim Freund

Ashburn father chairing newly formed Addiction Policy Forum in Virginia

After experiencing firsthand how addiction can tear families apart, an Ashburn father is now leading the newly created Virginia chapter of the Addiction Policy Forum.
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Martin Luther King Jr.‘s words still inspire nearly 50 years after his death

Though his voice was silenced nearly 50 years ago, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s message of nonviolence still resonates and inspires.

Virginia House ends secrecy in committee votes

Advocates for government transparency are applauding the Virginia House of Delegates for ending its practice of allowing committees and subcommittees to kill legislation on unrecorded voice votes.
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UPDATE: Leesburg and Purcellville police investigating reports of KKK materials

Leesburg Police are investigating several incidents involving propaganda fliers being distributed by individuals claiming to be Ku Klux Klan (KKK) members throughout the Northeast quadrant of the town.
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