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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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Fairfax police seeking ‘armed and dangerous’ murder suspect at large

Detectives from the Fairfax County Police Department's Major Crimes Bureau have identified a suspect in a homicide they say took place on Dec. 1 in the Alexandria area of Fairfax County.

Fire in Sterling displaces 17, causes $714K in damages

An accidental fire in Sterling Sunday night displaced 17 residents and caused an estimated $714,000 in damage, according to county officials.

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Riverside sophomore publishes new age fairy tale

As Riverside High School's Kiara Brown reflected on well-known fairy tales like “The Princess and the Pea,” she felt many of the classics were outdated. So she went ahead and wrote her own tale.

Republican delegate joins Senate race to challenge Tim Kaine

Virginia Del. Nick Freitas has announced his plan to seek the Republican nomination to challenge Democratic U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine in 2018.
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Loudoun grand jury indicts Leesburg man charged with father’s murder

Leesburg resident Michael Bowles was indicted Monday by a Loudoun County grand jury on seven charges, including first-degree murder.

Academy of Science fire causes damage to Dominion High School

A small fire in an Academy of Science classroom last night caused water damage to two dozen classrooms at Dominion High School.

UPDATE: One dead after Lovettsville fire

A Sunday night fire in Lovettsville claimed one life, according to media reports.

Ashburn family displaced after blaze; GoFundMe page raises almost $10K in 14 hours

An Ashburn family of five has been displaced after a severe blaze caused by a malfunctioning fireplace Friday night, according to Loudoun County Fire and Rescue.
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U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos visits with Moorefield Station Elementary School classes to learn about coding projects. Times-Mirror/Veronike Collazo

Secretary of Education DeVos visits Moorefield Station for coding initiative

Moorefield Station Elementary School, one of Loudoun’s three coding immersion schools, received a special visit Friday morning. U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos came to the school to see student’s progress with coding initiatives and participate in a roundtable discussion with teachers.
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