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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.

MORE: Loudoun supervisors approve 62 percent pay raise in 5-4 vote

After weeks of discussion, Loudoun supervisors agreed Thursday night on a 62 percent raise for the next Board of Supervisors and Planning Commission effective 2020.

Once again, Loudoun is the nation’s most affluent county. So why isn’t everyone celebrating?

Loudoun County is once again the richest county in the U.S., according to the latest Census Bureau estimates, but not everyone thinks the distinction is a cause for celebration – and some residents think the title masks certain truths.

Jury recommends 132 years in prison for Loudoun’s serial tire and rim thief

Jason L. Brooks was found guilty last week in a series of tire and rim thefts that occurred last year.

Town of Round Hill considers expansion, may double population within a year

Town Council is investigating an expansion of the town’s boundaries in its first public information session on the proposal Aug. 3 at 7 p.m.

Ann-Charlotte Robinson, mother of suicide victim Will. Courtesy Photo

With student suicides on the rise in Loudoun County, parents say school leaders lack compassion

Mental health professionals say compassion is vital in helping a child deal with suicidal thoughts. But several Loudoun County parents say compassion is lacking from local school leaders in charge of thousands of students, scores of whom are coping with depression and anxiety.

Loudoun supervisors likely to scrap county’s vehicle decal program

Loudoun County residents may not have to deal with those pesky vehicle decals much longer.

Loudoun supervisors’ pay raise advanced for a July 20 vote, but not without a fight

After weeks of anticipation for a public hearing on a proposed 62 percent salary increase for the next Board of Supervisors, only three members of the public showed up Wednesday night, and supervisors, not citizens, turned out to be some of the toughest critics of the proposal.

Photo By/Brian Nemiroff

North Gate Vineyard on the market for $4.25 million

North Gate Vineyard, a 26-acre property at the base of the Short Hill Mountains in Hillsboro owned by Mark and Vicki Fedor, is on the market for $4,250,000.

LAWS thanks Dulles Greenway’s Drive for Charity for 12 years of support

The Loudoun Abused Women’s Shelter (LAWS) is giving thanks for the money it received from the Dulles Greenway’s Drive for Charity over the past 12 years.

Fireworks in Waterford from the Corcoran family farm. Times-Mirror/Trevor Baratko

Social Media Roundup: Independence Day in Loudoun

Local pictures and extended clips of Tuesday's Fourth of July Parade in Leesburg and celebrations across the county.

Rep. Comstock says President Trump’s tweets ‘went too far,’ urges him to ‘please stop’

Barbara Comstock joined the debate Thursday over comments made on Twitter by President Trump about an MSNBC "Morning Joe" host.

Loudoun County considers taking over town tax bills, scrapping windshield decals

The Loudoun Board of Supervisors’ finance committee plans to look into whether windshield decals should be removed and raise the vehicle license fee from $25 to $30 to offset revenue loss as a result of eliminating the decals.

Round Hill man charged with drunken driving after fleeing scene of Route 7 collision

A Round Hill man was arrested and charged with driving under the influence Wednesday morning.

Times-Mirror/Amelia Heymann

Bullied LGBTQ students say Loudoun County schools lack adequate protections

While Loudoun Couty government employees are protected from discrimination based their sexual orientation or gender identity, the county’s public school children are not protected from bullying for the same reason.
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