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Del. Jim LeMunyon files bill to fight McAuliffe’s I-66 tolling plan

Legislation for the 2016 Virginia General Assembly is starting to roll in, and number one on the list – literally – is Northern Virginia Del. Jim LeMunyon's proposal to prohibit tolling on I-66 inside the Beltway.

The privately-owned Dulles Greenway is a 14-mile thoroughfare running east-west between Leesburg and the Loudoun-Fairfax line.

Loudoun County to spend $95K appealing Dulles Greenway ruling

Loudoun’s Board of Supervisors voted Wednesday night to spend nearly $100,000 in county funds to fight the owners of the “Champagne Highway,” otherwise known as the Dulles Greenway.

Virginia Department of Transportation

The basics of Gov. McAuliffe’s I-66 toll plan

Initially unveiled in March, a proposal to toll I-66 inside the Beltway from Gov. Terry McAuliffe's administration is gaining high-profile opposition by the week.

Supervisor candidates square-off in League of Women Voters forum

Six candidates for the the county's Board of Supervisors shared their visions and contrasted their views at a League of Women Voters forum Sept. 10.

SCC concludes Dulles Greenway investigation, rules favorably for toll road

Rates along the 14-mile roadway beginning in Leesburg and running east-west toward Washington D.C. are more than $5 one-way during peak hours.

THURSDAY UPDATE: Loudoun commuter bus drivers hold ‘unsanctioned sickout’

More than a dozen Loudoun County commuter bus drivers orchestrated an “unsanctioned sickout” today, affecting service routes from Brambleton and Leesburg all the way to Potomac Falls.

Ashburn man charged with assault, drunk in public and brandishing a firearm

Ronald L. Thomas, 52, also threatened the lives of Loudoun County Sheriff's Office deputies, according to an LCSO incident report.

Spend a Sizzlin Summer in Brambleton

One of the most popular local events of the summer kicks off June 25.

Delivery man robbed of food in Brambleton

Loudoun County deputies are searching for three men who robbed a restaurant delivery man Tuesday of food in the Brambleton area of Ashburn.

Five Loudoun breweries will be on tap at this year’s inaugural Brambleton Brewfest.

Brambleton announces inaugural Brewfest

Brambleton Community Association has announced it will host a beer festival May 30 at the Brambleton Town Center in Ashburn.

Alex Carter hauls in an interception during his playing days at Briar Woods High School. Carter will now take his skill set to the Detroit Lions of the National Football League.—File Photo

From Loudoun to the NFL: Alex Carter drafted in third round by Detroit

Briar Woods High School alum Alex Carter was a hot commodity as the third round progressed May 1 in the 2015 National Football League draft.

The Elite Training Center at Brambleton Sport and Health in Ashburn had a grand opening Feb. 7. - Courtesy Photo

Training explosion: Explosive Performance in Ashburn is ready for its Pro Day

Kevin Boyle, the director of Explosive Performance, an athletic training program expanding inside the confines of Brambleton's Sport and Health gym, looked over construction which was nearing an end and explained his training regimen the way you might hear a chemist speak about his craft.

The owners of Lost Rhino Brewery have announced plans to expand to Brambelton Town Center. Photo Courtesy/Lost Rhino

Lost Rhino Brewery expanding, opening Brambleton restaurant and brew pub

The owners of Lost Rhino Brewery, based on Red Rum Drive in Ashburn, have announced they're expanding their business and will be opening a second brewery and restaurant in the Brambleton Town Center.

A rendering of the proposed Brambleton Town Center. -Courtesy/Brambleton

Rezoning requests would mean major changes for Brambleton

The Brambleton Town Center Association has filed multiple rezoning applications, which if passed could change the face of the large Ashburn neighborhood.

Briar Woods High School players and coaches rejoice after the Falcons capped a big comeback with a 16-14 win in the fifth set of the VHSL 5A state volleyball championship match against Princess Anne.—Times-Mirror/Chuck Moore

Holding court: Falcons, Raiders win state volleyball titles

The Briar Woods Falcons overcame a two-set deficit against Princess Anne to win a five-set thriller Saturday in the Virginia High School League Group 5A state volleyball championship, and the Loudoun County Raiders swept James Wood in the 4A state final to continue their dominance.
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