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Loudoun supervisors moving forward with new comprehensive plan

Supervisors on Thursday endorsed the process for developing a new countywide plan by approving a comprehensive plan charter, something county officials say outlines the process for creating the document.

County public information officer Glen Barbour, left, and Loudoun County Public Schools public information officer Wayde Byard both manage million-dollar budgets and a staff of eight.

Meet the messengers: Loudoun County spends at least $3M to manage its message

Loudoun County will spend north of $3 million in the next fiscal year on people who craft, curate and communicate the county's message to the public.

The housing market is hot in Loudoun

“It’s amazing,” said PJ Riner of Weichert Realtors in Ashburn. “If it’s priced correctly, if it’s marketed well and it shows well, it’s going to go very quickly, within a matter of days.”

Loudoun chairwoman wants to re-evaluate county’s ‘Sister City’ partnerships

Loudoun Board of Supervisors Chairwoman Phyllis Randall (D) is calling for the county to re-evaluate its “sister city” relationships, questioning whether her colleagues and county staffers even understand what the true purpose is.

Loudoun School Board works to bridge the budget gap

Superintendent of Schools Eric Williams proposed a list of recommended budget cuts, possible reductions and cuts staff does not recommended making.

Madison Mattison received the Meritorious Civilian Award on Thursday at the 31st annual Valor Awards, hosted by the Loudoun Chamber of Commerce. Standing by her side on stage is, from right to left, her mother Denise Mattison and Loudoun County Deputy Casey Smith. Times-Mirror/David Manning

More than 130 honored at annual Loudoun Valor Awards in Leesburg

Even with children, a fight or flight instinct kicks in when faced with the most grueling of circumstances. On Jan. 15, 2015, Madison Mattison, an eighth-grade Ashburn student, decided to fight.

Wine critic Jon Bonné says the world has taken note of Virginia wine

Two Loudoun County wineries, Breaux Vineyards in Purcellville and Middleburg's Boxwood Winery, earned admiring shout-outs during Jon Bonné's address.

Big attendance zone changes coming to eastern end of Loudoun

The opening of Brambleton Middle School in 2017 and a new high school that has yet to be named (HS-11) in 2019 sparked the need to redraw attendance zones from Ashburn to South Riding.

A Leesburg elementary student holds his younger sister while his family listens to a bilingual informational meeting on Central Loudoun rezoning hosted by Educate Don’t Segregate.
Times-Mirror/Hannah Dellinger

Loudoun School Board members refute accusations of segregation

At Monday night’s work session, the first since the group Educate Don’t Segregate-LCPS popped up on social media and garnered attention from national news outlets, board members who support Plan 12 went on the defensive.

Loudoun supervisors signal higher taxes, $17M funding gap for local schools

Loudoun County's Board of Supervisors has indicated it will support a minor tax hike for the upcoming fiscal year, but not one large enough to satisfy Loudoun's public school proponents.

The race for Virginia’s 10th Congressional District takes shape

The two candidates for Congress in Virginia's 10th District, incumbent Republican Barbara Comstock and Democrat LuAnn Bennett, formally kicked off their campaigns in Loudoun County this month.

Federal agencies step up security at Dulles Airport in wake of Brussels terrorist attack

In response to the terrorist attack in Brussels today that killed 30 and wounded about 230 more, federal law enforcement agencies have stepped up security measures in the nation's airports, including Washington Dulles International Airport.

The Loudoun Humane Society is trying to find homes to a group of semi-wild feral kittens. Photo Courtesy/LCHS

Loudoun Humane Society: Free barn kittens to good homes

The Humane Society of Loudoun County is asking for public's help in finding good homes for a local group of semi-wild feral cats.

Loudoun community continues discussion of heroin epidemic

More than 60 residents were on hand Friday for a public forum held by Loudoun County leaders and local officials to address the rise in heroin use, the resources available to those who are addicted and prevention efforts.

Former Loudoun deputy waives jury trial, faces judge Friday

A former Loudoun County Sheriff's Office deputy who authorities said stole $200,000 from asset forfeiture coffers has waived his right to a jury trial in federal court.
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