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(Left to right in back) Jay Johnson, Erick Larson, Larry Roeder, Gary Celemens, Kindra Harvey, Barbara Laurence, George Banks, Fred Snowden, (front left) Reginald Simms, Gertrude Evans, Pastor Michelle C. Thomas, Lori Kimball and Deborah March, presenters and speakers at the second annual Black History Expo pose for a group photo at the Cascades Overlook Event Center. Photo/Alexander Erkiletian

Second annual Black History Expo celebrates partnerships, progress

Loudoun celebrated Black History Month Saturday with an expo that honored the past, embraced the present and hopes to inspire the future. More

South King Street mural approved in Leesburg

Kaeley Boyle and her mother, Rusty, have an easy camaraderie. The daughter, a graduate from Penn State University’s fine arts program, and the mother, a former art teacher and muralist, finish each other’s thoughts like two painters adding brushstrokes to the same canvas.

Leesburg opposes opening of Kincaid Boulevard – for now

Leesburg Town Council unanimously refused to open Kincaid Boulevard for traffic heading to the proposed DC United stadium at Bolen Park—at least until Crosstrails Boulevard is completed.
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‘What man has made for evil, God will use for good:’ Loudoun community holds vigil

Armed with electric candles and glow sticks, the Loudoun interfaith community marched Friday night to spread the light of love and unity in the face of hate.
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The Isolation Room: Loudoun County parents alarmed at treatment of students with special needs

A photo obtained by the Times-Mirror underscores the severe and seemingly painful tactics used in some schools, parents say.
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Meet Thomas Hardy, Tuskie’s new executive chef

It’s 10 a.m. on Valentine’s Day, and the staff at Tuscarora Mill Restaurant is running through the day’s specials, preparing for a very full dining room.

Caldwell goes big, falls in aerials; ‘It hurts or it hurts’

American freestyle skier and Ashburn native Ashley Caldwell admits it: She loves the risk because she loves the reward.

Key GOP lawmaker backs Medicaid expansion in Virginia

A powerful Republican lawmaker has publicly endorsed expanding Medicaid in Virginia after years of opposition, boosting the chances the Old Dominion will join 32 other states in expanding the program for the poor under President Barack Obama’s health care law.
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Constituents ask Comstock for ‘common sense’ gun laws in wake of Florida shooting

Local residents rallied at Rep. Barbara Comstock’s (R-Va.-10th) office Thursday, asking her to do more to protect children from gun violence.
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Sales tax breaks to lure data centers booming in Virginia

As Virginia has emerged as a top global market for data centers, tax breaks to attract some of the world's richest companies to the state have exploded, new records show.
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Second behavioral health center employee charged in connection with teen’s death

A nurse at North Spring Behavioral Healthcare near Leesburg has been charged in connection with the death of a juvenile patient at the facility.

Lovettsville electrical fire displaces three, causes $480K in damages

An early Wednesday fire in Lovettsville was ruled accidental by the Loudoun County Fire Marshal’s Office. Authorities say it was caused by an electrical failure involving an extension cord in the garage.
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Purcellville looks to alleviate traffic concerns at 33rd and Country Club Drive

After months of discussion and a review of options to address cut-through traffic concerns in Country Club Hills and Catoctin Meadows, Purcellville Town Council has agreed to launch a 30-day pilot program to tackle traffic issues on North 33rd Street, Country Club Drive and Ashleigh Road.
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Purcellville to honor cross country champion Vikings with parade

The nation's top cross country team from Loudoun Valley High School will be honored on Feb. 17 at a parade-style event through their hometown in Purcellville.
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Loudoun County administrator lays out $2.3B spending plan

Loudoun County Administrator Tim Hemstreet on Wednesday began the annual budget preparation process by presenting a proposed plan for fiscal 2019 that would leave a $10.8 million gap in school funding while providing additional funding for employee compensation and maintaining levels of service.
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Leesburg town councilman calls Loudoun NAACP president a bigot

Leesburg Town Councilman Tom Dunn called the president of the Loudoun NAACP “a bigot” in an email to the Times-Mirror this morning.
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