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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.

West Virginia man charged in juvenile’s death at Leesburg health care facility

An employee of a behavioral health care center near Leesburg has been charged in connection with the November death of a juvenile patient at the facility, according to Loudoun County authorities.

Lofquist: Loudoun turns on the purple for JMU

If you were on a flight to Dallas from any of the D.C. area airports two weekends back, you may have noticed there were a lot of people wearing purple. They were all going to cheer for James Madison University in the FCS Championship in Frisco, Texas, and many of them were from Loudoun County.

Loudoun sheriff’s office charges seven with driving under the influence over MLK weekend

The LCSO arrested at least seven people over the weekend with driving under the influence, with one of the arrestees being underage.
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A security camera captured the removal of Rosemary Lawler’s banner from outside her Leesburg farm. Courtesy photo

Leesburg woman applies for permit for anti-KKK, anti-Trump sign

A Leesburg woman who put up an anti-Ku Klux Klan, anti-Donald Trump banner outside her farm is applying for a permit to display the banner after a formal complaint was filed with Loudoun County.

Gov. Northam emphasizes Democratic priorities, diversity

In an address Monday night to members of the General Assembly, newly inaugurated governor Ralph Northam (D) outlined his vision for the legislative session, calling on lawmakers to expand Medicaid, protect abortion rights, increase funding for education and pass gun control measures.

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.”

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