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The cost of Facebook: Loudoun economic development dept. spends $20K per year on social media site

Getting your message out in the cyber world can come with a steep price tag. And in Loudoun County, some local officials are no strangers to those costs.

Times-Mirror/Karen Graham

Wegmeyers, Fabbioli partner to produce first sparkling strawberry wine

Thanks to a rainy spring and an overabundance of strawberries from last year's crop, a new agribusiness partnership between Fabbioli Cellars and Wegmeyer Farms will produce a batch of sparkling strawberry wine this year.

Virginia lawmakers still grappling with ethics law

The Virginia General Assembly is set to adjust the state's ethics laws for the fourth straight year, as lawmakers continue struggling over what kind of gifts they can take from lobbyists and special interests.

Trump’s attack tactics emerge in Virginia gubernatorial race

Trump mocked Macy's financial performances after the national retailer stopped selling his clothing line after the then presidential candidate made derogatory comments about Mexicans.

McAuliffe says refugee ban will ‘breed hatred’ toward US

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe is denouncing President Donald Trump's decision to suspend the nation's refugee program for four months and indefinitely bar Syrians from entering the country.

Eye on your tax dollars: Loudoun County’s top public salaries

The top 10 highest-paid Loudoun County government and public schools positions earn an average salary about 40 percent higher than the county’s household median income of $123,453.

Times-Mirror/Sydney Kashiwagi

AT&T back with more applications relating to Short Hill Mountain project

Half a year after AT&T’s unsuccessful plans to build a massive 3.5-acre facility on the top of Short Hill Mountain, the company is back with more applications related to stormwater management pending county approval.

Facebook/Dirt Farm Brewing

Loudoun’s beer lovers unite, form LoCo Brewers Association

“Loudoun County has had a thriving and collaborative brewing community for several years now,” LCBA Chairman Chris Burns, president of Old Ox Brewery in Ashburn, said.

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Loudoun County Republicans condemn Women’s March, say organized by ‘radical leftists’

The chairwoman responded quickly Monday morning by saying comments from artists-activists Madonna and Ashley Judd – remarks highlighted in an Loudoun County Republican Committee news release – were “reprehensible.”

Trump praises the CIA, bristles over inaugural crowd counts on first full day in office

Trump berated the media over its coverage of his inauguration, and turned a bridge-building first visit to CIA headquarters into an airing of grievances about "dishonest" journalists.

The Same Sky Project is part of A Place to Be, a Middleburg-based music therapy and counseling nonprofit. Facebook/A Place to Be

Claude Moore Foundation, Inova partner in a gift for good at LCPS

The financial gift and ensuing performances come amid a growing community discussion and concern over student suicides. At least five students local students have taken their lives over the past two years.

Congregations in Loudoun vow respect, quest for equality as inauguration nears

Over the past year, Loudoun faith leaders have been firsthand witnesses to the impact the presidential election had on members of their congregations.

9 percent year-over-year increase in Williams’ proposed Loudoun County Public Schools budget

Williams proposed an increase of $93.6 million from the current $1.030 billion budget, bringing next year's proposal to $1.124 billion, more than 9 percent higher.

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Loudoun tech leaders predict what’s in store for 2017

The past year saw Amazon making its first drone deliveries, the commercial launch of virtual and augmented reality headsets, the death of the headphone jack, growth in artificial personal assistants and the use of voice search.

Virginia lawmakers return this week for new session

Virginia's 2017 legislative session is set to start with lawmakers battling over state budget problems and jockeying for attention in an election year.
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