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IN PHOTOS: ‘Corks for a Cause’ spells success for LAWS

Breaux Vineyards played host Friday to those interested in some feel-good drinking at the second annual Corks for a Cause event to benefit the Loudoun Child Advocacy Center, a program of the Loudoun Abused Women's Shelter.

Loudoun supervisors delay decision on Short Hill ‘data center’

The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Thursday night to delay consideration for a commission permit for the expansion of a controversial AT&T telephone transmission facility on Short Hill Mountain to its June 23 business meeting.

Loudoun County schools re-evaluating policy on transgender bathroom use

After receiving a joint directive from the U.S. Departments of Justice and Education on May 13, Loudoun County Public Schools is reevaluating its policy on transgender student bathroom and locker room use.

Report: Middleburg Bank fights back, CEO not considering a sale at this time

Middleburg Bank CEO Gary Shook is refusing to sell the bank and is pushing back against criticism from the bank's largest shareholder, investment titan David Sokol.

Loudoun County schools’ theatre programs garnered 38 Cappies nominations.

Loudoun schools’ theatre departments earn 38 Cappies nominations

Loudoun County's theatre programs on May 17 made their marks with 38 Cappies nominations, including nods for best actor, actress, musical, play, hair and makeup and props, among many others.

Jeyhan Turker, a sophomore at Riverside High School, was selected out of 17 vocalists to sing the national anthem at the Purceville Cannons baseball games. Courtesy Photo

Jeyhan to sing national anthem for Purcellville Cannons inaugural season

Jeyhan Turker, a sophomore at Riverside High School, was selected as this years’ first-place winner to sing the national anthem at the home games for the Purcellville Cannons.

Former Virginia Regional Transit CEO pleads guilty to bribery

The former CEO of Virginia Regional Transit pleaded guilty today to a bribery scheme that caused $380,000 in losses to the U.S. government.

Purcellville’s water quality receives high marks

The Town of Purcellville’s water fell well within federal and state limits, according to the 2015 Consumer Confidence Water Quality Report released to the public on May 13.


Dulles Greenway’s ‘Drive for Charity’ to benefit six local charities

The 11th annual Dulles Greenway Drive for Charity, during which 100 percent of tolls collected will be donated to local charities and scholarships, will be held next Thursday, May 19.

Two injured in Purcellville crash

Two people were injured early this morning after two pick-up trucks collided on Charles Town Pike in Purcellville.

Plans for the venerable church include a living history museum. Courtesy Photo

Long-abandoned church in Lincoln weaves together Quaker, African-American history

In the sleepy western Loudoun village of Lincoln, a long-abandoned fieldstone church has woven together the history of both the local African-Americans and Quaker community.

Loudoun celebrates EMS Week with month-long events

This year, EMS Week has been designated from May 15 – 21 with the theme of “EMS STRONG: Called to Care.” In light of EMS week, many of the county’s fire and rescue companies will be hosting open house events throughout May to provide the citizens of Loudoun County an opportunity to engage with their local EMS providers.

Loudoun Planning Commission backs AT&T’s data center plans for Short Hill Mountain

AT&T has won the approval of county planners to build a data center on 3.5 acres at the top of Short Hill on the ridge between Hillsboro and Lovettsville.

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Mayor Fraser cruises to a second term in Purcellville; three incumbents ousted

Securing seats on council were newcomers T. Chris Bledsoe, the top vote-getter with 954; Nedim Ogelman right behind with 938 votes; and Ryan J. Cool with 795 votes.

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New York-style Bada Bing Bagels coming to Purcellville

After two years of research and hard work, a plan is coming together to open Bada Bing Bagels in a few weeks. The targeted opening day is May 21 at the Shops at Maple and Main in Purcellville, next to Vocelli Pizza.
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