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Loudoun County sees resistance as it looks to regulate Airbnb, other short-term rentals

For $30 a night, you can rent out a private bedroom for two equipped with a full bathroom and TV near Dulles Airport in Sterling using the popular online lodging site Airbnb. More
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MORE: Sterling man facing charges after Tuesday’s naked getaway near Dulles Airport

A suspect was taken into custody on Dulles Airport property around 4:35 p.m., according to the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority.
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Victim identified in fatal Lovettsville fire

The fire was accidental, resulting from an electrical malfunction, according to the Loudoun County Fire Marshal's Office.


Andrew Barber is launching an idea known as “dry land cruising.” Courtesy Photo

Leesburg man believes his idea could herald vacation experience of the future

A Leesburg man is predicting his idea for a vacation experience, one that mirrors an ocean cruise but happens on dry land, will become a reality within the next decade.

Leesburg council in ‘wait and see’ mode on Westpark Park Golf club development

About a dozen Leesburg Country Club residents wore neon green shirts to Tuesday night’s Leesburg Town Council meeting. On every shirt, in large black letters, were the words “Save Westpark.”
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Loudoun School Board adopts Plan 4 in Dulles South boundary adjustment

After months of work sessions, public input and planning, the Loudoun County School Board has adopted a plan for the attendance boundary for Goshen Post Elementary School, which will open next school year in Dulles South.

Leesburg nixes food trucks downtown, at breweries

Leesburg Town Council let a discussion about allowing food trucks in the business districts die Monday night after a 3-3 vote.
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Purcellville hires new interim town manager

Purcellville Town Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to hire John Anzivino, a former town manager in Warrenton, to serve as interim town manager. He is expected to serve for about three months.
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KKK literature stirs up painful memories for Leesburg woman

A Leesburg woman who placed an anti-KKK, anti-Donald Trump sign at the entrance of farm – only to have it torn down along with part of her fence – says she won't be intimidated by the responsible party.
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Riverside sophomore publishes new age fairy tale

As Riverside High School's Kiara Brown reflected on well-known fairy tales like “The Princess and the Pea,” she felt many of the classics were outdated. So she went ahead and wrote her own tale.
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UPDATE: One dead after Lovettsville fire

A Sunday night fire in Lovettsville claimed one life, according to media reports.
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Ashburn family displaced after blaze; GoFundMe page raises almost $10K in 14 hours

An Ashburn family of five has been displaced after a severe blaze caused by a malfunctioning fireplace Friday night, according to Loudoun County Fire and Rescue.
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Secretary of Education DeVos visits Moorefield Station for coding initiative

Moorefield Station Elementary School, one of Loudoun’s three coding immersion schools, received a special visit Friday morning. U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos came to the school to see student’s progress with coding initiatives and participate in a roundtable discussion with teachers.
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UPDATE: Leesburg police investigating shooting; suspect in custody

Leesburg Police Department authorities are investigating a shooting in Leesburg at or near the Sheetz gas station on Edwards Ferry Road.
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‘Not an ideological issue:’ Loudoun officials unite in opposition to I-66 tolls

Democratic state Sens. Jennifer Wexton, Jeremy McPike, Dels. John Bell, Del. Jennifer Boysko and Delegate-elect Wendy Gooditis on Thursday called on Secretary of Transportation Aubrey Lane to suspend the new I-66 tolls.
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Sheriff Chapman, Loudoun County being sued by another former employee

In a civil rights complaint filed in the Circuit Court of Loudoun County Wednesday, former Loudoun County Sheriff's Office deputy John Gregory alleges Chapman unlawfully terminated him, depraved his liberty and property interest and violated his rights under the Virginia constitution.
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