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Deputy FBI director, an Ashburn resident, connected to IG review of the bureau, Justice Department

The new probe stems from the FBI's previous investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server, comments from FBI Director James Comey and an ensuing letter released by Comey. More
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Marchers brave cold, rain for MLK event in D.C.

Despite rain and cold weather, marchers filled several blocks in Washington on Saturday as they rallied in a Martin Luther King Jr. Day march that was at times also a rally against President-elect Donald Trump.

Leesburg man found guilty of second-degree murder for 2016 stabbing

A Leesbug man was found guilty Friday of second-degree murder for the fatal stabbing of his half-brother last February, according to the Loudoun County Commonwealth's Attorney Office.


9 percent year-over-year increase in Williams’ proposed Loudoun County Public Schools budget

Williams proposed an increase of $93.6 million from the current $1.030 billion budget, bringing next year's proposal to $1.124 billion, more than 9 percent higher.
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Loudoun residents develop a palate for gourmet donuts

Aside from Dunkin’ Donuts and prepackaged boxes of Krispy Kreme at the grocery store, Loudoun residents haven't had many donut options in recent years, with the exception of nearby Duck Donuts in Herndon.


Attorney General Mark Herring and interfaith leaders at the All Dulles Area Muslim Society in Sterling. Courtesy Photo

Herring, legislators, interfaith community unveil ‘No Hate VA’

State lawmakers, leaders from interfaith groups and Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring gathered at the All Dulles Area Muslim Society Friday to show a united front for Herring's anti-hate crimes initiative.

Loudoun revenue commissioner’s error leads to a better budget picture for supervisors

After Loudoun supervisors received a fairly grim budget picture last week, the commissioner of revenue on Wednesday pitched a more optimistic outlook that could lead to a drop in the real estate tax rate.
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Kaine and Tillerson duel at secretary of state nominee’s confirmation hearing

“Senator, since I am no longer with ExxonMobil, I’m in no position to speak on their behalf. That question would have to be put to them," Tillerson said.
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Loudoun tech leaders predict what’s in store for 2017

The past year saw Amazon making its first drone deliveries, the commercial launch of virtual and augmented reality headsets, the death of the headphone jack, growth in artificial personal assistants and the use of voice search.

Redskins-themed restaurant, Hail & Hog, files Chapter 11 bankruptcy

The bankruptcy filing is a result of unpaid contractor bills dating back to the restaurant’s construction, according to reports.
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MORE: Leesburg Town Council appoints interim council member after closed-door discussion

Leesburg Town Council tonight entered a closed executive session so they could have an “open and honest conversation” about appointing someone to serve on the town's governing body on an interim basis.
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UPDATE: Diner at Ashburn Anita’s stiffs server, leaves a racist message

The diner did not appear to tip on a $30.52 check. At the bottom of the receipt, he or she wrote: "great service don't tip Black people."
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Loudoun School Board votes against adding LGBTQ protections to employment policy

More than two dozen local lawyers, Loudoun County Public Schools parents, faculty and students voiced support and opposition to the policy change.
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MORE: Hundreds pack into Loudoun School Board meeting, most to support Dominion principal on leave

Last month, School Board Member Debbie Rose confirmed on the "Support Dr. Brewer" Facebook page that Superintendent Eric Williams recommended Brewer be terminated.
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Comstock fights off criticism for Holman Rule vote

Republican Congresswoman Barbara Comstock is defending her vote in favor of an overarching rules package in the House of Representatives that includes an old rule enabling lawmakers to cut the pay of federal workers down to as little as a dollar.
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Dragon Hops to open brewery in Purcellville

For the past two years, Dragon Hops, a family- and veteran-owned farm, has been growing hops on their bines several miles outside of town.
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