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    Trevor Baratko

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    Recent articles

    Orbital Sciences’ stock plummets after Tuesday explosion

    Shares of Orbital Sciences Corp. dropped $4.35, or 14.3 percent, to $26.02 in early trading on the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday. - 10/30/14

    New voter ID law in effect for Nov. 4

    The change in voter ID law comes because of recent legislation passed by the General Assembly. - 10/30/14

    GOP’s Gillespie needles Warner in pro-Redskins ad

    Virginia Republican Ed Gillespie, trailing in the polls and short on campaign cash, is hoping a last-minute appeal to devoted fans of the Washington Redskins' name gets him over the goal line in his Senate race. - 10/29/14

    Middleburg Film Fest lineup: Oscar contenders and independent gems

    With a mix of Oscar contenders and independent gems, Old Virginia landscape and scenes of the nation's capitol nearby, it seems a foregone conclusion this weekend's second running of the film fest will be a success. - 10/29/14

    Standard Oil heiress Ruth Bedford leaves Middleburg’s Foxcroft $40 million bequest

    With Video: Foxcroft alumna and oil heiress Ruth Bedford leaves $40 million to boarding school she graduated from in 1932. - 10/28/14

    Remembering Gabriella Miller

    Sunday is the one year anniversary of the passing of Gabriella Miller, a childhood cancer awareness advocate from Leesburg who died from brain cancer at the age of 10. - 10/26/14

    St. Patrick’s Day in Loudoun County

    St. Patrick's Day Events - 03/15/14

    Good Times

    A listing of this week's best bets for a good time. - 02/26/14

    Candidates, ballot issues for Election 2014

    Candidates for Congress, Leesburg Town Council and several bond referendum questions will be put to a vote next Tuesday. - 10/31/14

    Democrat announces plans to challenge Volpe in 2015

    A second Democrat has announced plans to vie for a seat on the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors in the 2015 election. - 10/29/14

    Orbital’s Antares rocket explodes on launch

    An Orbital Antares rocket carrying a Cygnus cargo logistics spacecraft destined for the International Space Station exploded on the launch pad at Wallops Island around 6:22 p.m. Tuesday. - 10/28/14

    Warner, Gillespie, Sarvis on the issues

    Sen. Mark Warner and his GOP challenger Ed Gillespie have finished up their debates and joint appearances and are now in the final sprint to the election. - 10/28/14

    Sharp exchanges in final Foust-Comstock debate

    Republican Barbara Comstock and Democrat John Foust battled Sunday in their final debate over who would take the most bipartisan approach to succeed the retiring Frank Wolf in Congress. - 10/28/14

    New state ethics commission to meet Monday

    The Commission to Ensure Integrity and Public Confidence in State Government is scheduled to hold its first meeting Monday in Richmond. - 10/26/14

    10th District creates challenging climate for third-party candidates

    As an open seat in a swing district, the race for Virginia’s 10th Congressional District has attracted millions of dollars in spending and has filled the airwaves with ads for the two major party candidates. - 10/25/14

    Judge sets October 2015 trial date for Severance

    A judge has set an October 2015 trial date for a Loudoun County man charged with three murders in the city of Alexandria over the last 11 years. - 10/24/14

    Comstock’s property taxes raise questions about a central campaign narrative

    Comstock has repeatedly said Foust is an enthusiastic supporter for tax hikes, including in a TV ad titled “Taxman,” which highlighted a claim oft-used by the GOP camp that says Foust raised property taxes by 22 percent. - 10/24/14

    Voting advocates fear impact of Virginia’s voter ID law

    It's an issue in states across the U.S., with the Supreme Court last weekend allowing Texas to use its strict voter ID law, over the vehement objection of three justices. The Texas law, unlike Virginia's, doesn't allow college student IDs as a form of identification. - 10/23/14

    An appreciation: Julia Cannon

    A Leesburg attorney remembers former Loudoun County general district judge Julia Cannon. - 10/23/14

    Ramadan’s ‘killed in action’ tax relief measure on the ballot Nov. 4

    A proposed amendment to Virginia's constitution to provide tax relief for military widows and widowers will be on the Nov. 4 ballot. The measure, which twice passed the General Assembly without opposition, was patroned by state Del. David Ramadan (R-87th) and is the only constitutional amendment to be voted on this year. - 10/23/14

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