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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.

Inspection stickers moving to left corner of windshields

State vehicle inspection stickers will soon have to be slapped on the lower left-hand corner of windshields.

‘Not an ideological issue:’ Loudoun officials unite in opposition to I-66 tolls

Democratic state Sens. Jennifer Wexton, Jeremy McPike, Dels. John Bell, Del. Jennifer Boysko and Delegate-elect Wendy Gooditis on Thursday called on Secretary of Transportation Aubrey Lane to suspend the new I-66 tolls.

Former Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office deputy John Gregory. Courtesy Photo

Sheriff Chapman, Loudoun County being sued by another former employee

In a civil rights complaint filed in the Circuit Court of Loudoun County Wednesday, former Loudoun County Sheriff's Office deputy John Gregory alleges Chapman unlawfully terminated him, depraved his liberty and property interest and violated his rights under the Virginia constitution.

Purcellville OKs $80K expenditure for new investigation, brings on PR firm

Purcellville Town Council, still reeling from the town's biggest scandal in decades, made efforts to calm the storm Thursday night.

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Loudoun supervisors move forward with safety audit on Evergreen Mills Road

Amid an ongoing effort to make fixes to the conditions on Evergreen Mills Road, the Board of Supervisors signed off on more than $2.3 million worth of improvements to the roadway Tuesday night.

Purcellville considering credit monitoring for employees after police chief investigation

The Town of Purcellville is considering offering credit monitoring services to employees whose personal information may have been compromised during the investigation into Chief of Police Cynthia McAlister.

Supervisors approve School Board’s $3.7 million contract for new Dulles school’s land

The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors approved a contract authorized by the county's School Board to purchase the land from William P. Tillet for Dulles North Elementary School at its Dec. 5 meeting.

Gov. Terry McAuliffe is joined by children from Middleburg Montessori School in a ribbon cutting ceremony. Times-Mirror/Chantalle Edmunds

Dignitaries celebrate Upperville battlefield, Goose Creek Bridge preservation

Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) joined representatives from the Civil War Trust and NOVA Parks Wednesday to announce that almost 20 acres of the Upperville battlefield, around and including historic Goose Creek Bridge in Loudoun County, will be preserved.

The Aldie Tavern, one of several historic buildings that sit on the site on which the county is trying to build a new fire station. Times-Mirror/Alexander Todd Erkiletian

Aldie, Middleburg residents push back against Loudoun County’s plans for new fire station

After more than a decade of attempts to pin down a site for the new Aldie Fire and Rescue station, the county is finally moving forward with plans for the area’s new public safety facility that will service Middleburg, Arcola, Philomont, Kirkpatrick Farms and Leesburg.

Dallas-based Compass Datacenters’ 750,000-square-foot data center is proposed for the west side of the Goose Creek between Sycolin Road and the Dulles Greenway.

MORE: Loudoun supervisors send Goose Creek data center proposal to committee for further review

Loudoun's Board of Supervisors agreed Tuesday night to send a rezoning application for a 750,000-square-foot data center in the county's transition policy area to committee to make additional changes to the application.

Loudoun officials speak out against new I-66 tolls

Northern Virginia commuters saw some high prices on the new toll lanes on Interstate 66 Monday morning.

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Purcellville town attorney denies sexual harassment claims made by on-leave town manager

Purcellville Interim Town Manager Alex Vanegas, who is currently on paid administrative leave, filed a sexual harassment complaint against Town Attorney Sally Hankins on Dec. 1.

Loudoun School Board, state lawmakers review legislative priorities

The Loudoun County School Board welcomed the county’s General Assembly delegation for its annual Legislative Breakfast Dec. 1.

Report: Officer safety put ahead of public safety at Charlottesville rally

Law enforcement failed to adequately plan for or respond to a violent white nationalist rally this summer in Virginia, leading to "deep distrust of government" in the Charlottesville community, an independent review released Friday found.
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