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Loudoun County mothers appalled over school system’s mobile app ad

A Loudoun County Public Schools advertisement for the school system's mobile app has infuriated local mothers, who are calling the ad “condescending,” “offensive” and “sexist.”

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Fabbioli, Breaux lead the pack in this year’s Loudoun Wine Awards

Fifteen wines from seven local wineries claimed a gold medal in the third annual Loudoun Wine Awards, contest officials announced Aug. 9.

After landmark First Amendment ruling, more Loudouners share stories of social media censorship

What do a local government contractor, a conservative activist in Sterling, gay rights leaders in Lovettsville, a Purcellville politician and members of a left-leaning political action group have in common?

Loudoun School Board nixes hats in schools

Remember to take off your snapbacks when you walk into school on Aug. 24, high schoolers, because hats are no longer dress-code approved.

Rep. Comstock, Sheriff Chapman lead roundtable discussion on opioid fight

Taking a full-thronged approach to combat drugs and addiction was a central theme at a roundtable discussion held at the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office Tuesday focusing on the statewide opioid crisis.

UPDATE: Route 9 westbound expected to be shut down until mid-afternoon Tuesday

Westbound Route 9 is expected to be shut down in the area of Sagle Road until approximately 3 p.m. due to a crash involving a pole, according to Loudoun County officials.

Lansdowne resident Brian Davison says freedom of speech and expression is in danger in Loudoun County. Times-Mirror Photo

Loudoun County resident’s First Amendment case may benefit free-speech group’s suit against Trump

After months of a pending verdict in a case that raised consequential questions about the constitutional limitations on politicians' social media accounts, a federal court ruled last week that Loudoun County Chairwoman Phyllis Randall (D-At Large) violated Lansdowne resident Brian Davison’s right to free speech.

Loudoun’s Tarver King, chef at Patowmack Farm, wins D.C. region Chef of the Year

Tarver King, chef at Lovettsville's Restaurant at Patowmack Farm, was named chef of the year at the prestigious, 35th annual Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington Awards Gala Sunday night.

Cocina on Market to feature exclusive tequila-like spirit from Catoctin Creek

Local diners not only have a new authentic Mexican restaurant to try, now a local distillery is creating an agave-based spirit to go with it.

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Better Angels aims for better political understanding in Leesburg

In today's political climate, the concept of civility and open-minded discussions are often missing from the headlines.

U.S. District judge rules Randall violated Lansdowne resident’s First Amendment right

Last February, Brian Davison was blocked from Phyllis Randall’s Facebook page for roughly eight hours overnight after the Lansdowne resident made critical comments of the Loudoun County School Board.

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Loudoun Valley grad launches Homegrown Foodie Truck

After over a year of renovations, permit applications and planning, the Homegrown Foodie Truck has hit the roads around Loudoun.

Residents, Loudoun County officials continue to seek solutions for Route 15 congestion

Twenty-years ago Marc Halley moved from the rapidly developing Ashburn area to the Saddlebrook community off Route 15 north of Leesburg.

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‘United Patriots’ to hold Leesburg rally in support of Confederate monument

A group calling itself “United Patriots” plans to hold a rally on the Loudoun County Courthouse grounds in Leesburg Aug. 12 “in support of keeping” the statue of a Confederate soldier on the grounds, according to town officials.

Loudoun County to do away with vehicle decal tax program, except in Purcellville and Hamilton

Starting next July Loudoun County residents can kiss their vehicle decals goodbye -- unless they're from Purcellville or Hamilton.
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