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Chairwoman Phyllis Randall (D) at the dais in the Loudoun County Government Center. Times-Mirror/Bill Clare

MORE: Chair Randall says people in eastern Loudoun don’t understand the west

Loudoun County Chairwoman Phyllis Randall (D-At Large) told a crowded ballroom that eastern Loudoun residents frequently approach her and say “idiotic things.”

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Addressing the rat race: Professionals, educators discuss stresses of being a Loudoun student

The burden to buy into Loudoun’s perfectionism is trickling down to students and having a negative impact on mental health, according to Heather Applegate.

Cow killed in Lovettsville crash

A cow was killed today in Lovettsville after it was hit be a vehicle at the intersection of Berlin Turnpike and Morrisonville Road.

Loudoun School Board argues priorities for surplus spending

County staff recently told the School Board there may be extra funding left over, but the total amount available is still unknown. LCPS staff put together a “wish list” of items the school system recommends requesting.

Virginia Wine Month: Two Loudoun wineries part of innovative collaboration between state and Uber

The Barns at Hamilton Station and 8 Chains North Winery are among six wineries and cideries across the state that will offer discounts on tastings, merchandise and bottles this month.

Democrat LuAnn Bennett, left, and Republican Congresswoman Barbara Comstock, right. Times-Mirror/Bill Clare

Comstock and Bennett spar at Loudoun County debate

Hosted by the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce, the debate focused specifically on business-related including, including health care, transportation, federal budget cuts and the Dulles Airport.

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MORE: Western Loudoun parents tell school officials they are fed up with unsafe buses, long routes

About 30 parents heatedly expressed their concerns to School Board member Jill Turgeon (Blue Ridge) at an Oct. 4 meeting at the Lovettsville Library.

Loudoun supervisors approve $2 million paving of Greggsville Road

Loudoun Supervisors approved Tuesday projects in the proposed secondary road six year plan and fiscal construction improvement budget priority list.

Registration for Step Up Loudoun Youth opens today

Registration opens for the 2017 Step Up Loudoun Youth Competition today. The deadline for teams to register is Dec. 16. Middle and high school students are eligible for the competition. They may compete as individuals or may assemble a team to address a community problem. Team members do not need to attend the same school

Loudoun Public Schools graduated 95.9 percent of students on time last year

LCPS' 2016 on-time graduation rate is 4.6 points above the state average of 91.3 percent as reported on Sep. 28 by the Virginia Department of Education.

View of Short Hill Mountain site from Lovettsville.Times-Mirror/Sydney Kashiwagi

AT&T asks county to hide documents, permits for Short Hill site

Nearly three months ago, the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors voted to overturn a controversial commission permit that would have given the green light to telecom giant AT&T to expand a so-called telephone transmission utility substation on top of Short Hill Mountain in western Loudoun.

Loudoun supervisors, School Board discuss Comprehensive Plan strategies

Members of the Loudoun Board of Supervisors and the Loudoun County School Board last night discussed how they will work together to plan for new schools as a new comprehensive plan for the county is drafted.

Winslow, a wire haired dachshund, has a big fan following. The 5-month-old pup raced in this year’s Oktoberfest Wiener Dog race in Lovettsville. Times-Mirror/Ed Felker

Lovettsville Blog: Wire haired dachshund has big fan following in Lovettsville

Fans who traveled from across the region to cheer for Winslow surrounded him for photos and a chance to hold him.

Loudoun deputies save woman from possible heroin overdose in Lovettsville

Loudoun County deputies today rescued a woman suffering from a suspected heroin overdose by administering Naloxon.

Photo By/Bob Nelson

Amid inevitable growth, Loudoun seeks a unique identity

Business leaders from around the county came to a showcase property adjacent to a developing Silver Line station to consider Loudoun’s most obvious statement: “Loudoun County will look a lot different in five years.”
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