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10th District town hall goes on without Rep. Comstock

At the front of the hall, stood a table and chairs, with one place set for the Congresswoman, a sign bearing her name along with a microphone. The chair would, probably not unexpectedly, remain empty for the course of the evening.

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Lawmakers say new state budget is bad news for Loudoun County judiciary

Virginia's 20th Judicial Circuit will not receive funding for a fifth judge in the new state budget, meaning Loudoun County will not have a fourth Circuit Court judge for the foreseeable future.

Loudoun Sheriff’s Office charges Maryland man in connection with rural burglaries

Detectives with the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office charged a Maryland man Friday in connection with a series of burglaries that spanned two counties over the past two months.

Warrenton-based auto group buys Leesburg’s Star Buick

Andy Budd, the owner of Country Chevrolet in Warrenton, has purchased the dealership from long-time owner Ray Martin Glembot, who is retiring after 37 years.

Supervisor Matt Letourneau (R-Dulles) has dealt with the ERP issue for years. Times-Mirror File Photo

Loudoun County’s multi-million dollar ERP problems continue

The Board of Supervisors' finance committee on Tuesday walked back a $533,200 expenditure for a single person to lead the county’s latest implementation of its problematic enterprise resource planning (ERP) project.

Times-Mirror/Trevor Baratko

More than 40 Oscar nominations for Middleburg Film Festival titles, actors

A whopping four films screened at the 2016 Middleburg Film Festival are up for best picture, including front-runner “La La Land,” which was the 2016 festival's centerpiece film.

Superintendent makes case for $1.1 billion budget to supervisors

The Board of Supervisors and the Loudoun School Board gathered Wednesday to hear out the school administration’s 2018 $1.1 billion adopted budget request.

Courtesy Photo/Amelia Heymann

A first for Loudoun wine: ‘The Barns’ wins 2017 Governor’s Cup

It was a celebratory night for Barns owner Andrew Fialdini at the Hotel John Marshall in Richmond, where the governor and state officials announced the 12 wines comprising the Governor's Case – arguably the commonwealth's top 12 wines.

Aerial shot of AT&T facility at the top of Short Hill Mountain.Times-Mirror/Sydney Kashiwagi

County declines to answer six questions related to Short Hill site

How much power will the AT&T Short Hill underground facility on Short Hill Mountain consume? Does the facility pose a fire risk to its neighbors and will the local fire department have access to the site in case of an emergency?

Democrat announces 33rd House District campaign

Tia Walbridge, a Round Hill resident, small business owner and farmer, announced her candidacy Monday night.

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.

Stephen Coakley and Grace Vaughn

Loudoun duo hopes to inspire a love of the arts among young people

“I loved growing up in Loudoun County,” Coakley said. “There are great opportunities, especially for those interested in performing and interested in arts, and to be part of that would be really exciting.”

Hillsboro Charter Academy principal resigns

Hillsboro Charter Academy is searching for a new principal following the resignation of inaugural principal Trisha Ybarra-Peters.

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.
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