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    Trevor Baratko

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    Recent articles

    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

    D.C. man arrested in Ashburn for hit and run, weed and drunk in public

    A Washington D.C. Man was charged with a felony hit and run, possession of marijuana and drunk in public early Friday morning, according to the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office. - 07/31/15

    McAuliffe’s political action committee returning money linked to oil company

    Gov. Terry McAuliffe's political action committee is returning a $25,000 donation from a company with ties to Angola's state-owned oil company. - 07/31/15

    New ownership promises local focus at Lovettsville’s Mad Horse Brew Pub

    When David Ratliff was stationed in Africa as a State Department Foreign Service staffer, the Alexandria­ native dreamed about bringing his young family home while also pursuing his long-term entrepreneurial dreams. - 07/30/15

    Loudoun brothers, ages 9 and 10, die in Charlottesville car crash; prayer vigil planned

    Two Loudoun elementary school brothers have been identified as the deceased passengers of a car crash near Charlottesville last week. - 07/29/15

    EDITORIAL: Secrecy threatens freedom in Virginia

    In Virginia, if you want to know what the State Police found investigating the worst mass murder in U.S. history, or what the consultants Hampton taxpayers hired to look into a proposed aquatics center found, or what Newport News council members had to say about the city manager's performance last year, you're out of luck. - 07/29/15

    Email from Chairman York shows political relationship with Loudoun land use attorney

    The attorney has secured favorable outcomes for some of the largest real estate developers in Loudoun. - 07/29/15

    UPDATE: Leesburg council votes to keep Loudoun government center and courts downtown

    Only Councilman Tom Dunn voted to uphold the Board of Architectural Review's ruling. - 07/28/15

    Children’s musicians Andrew & Polly to debut in Ashburn

    The shows begin at 10:30 a.m. at Jammin' Java, 227 Maple Ave. E., Vienna, and at 6 p.m. they will open for the Okee Dokee Brothers on the outdoor stage at Willowsford, 23506 Founders Drive, Ashburn. - 07/28/15

    Silver Line falls 30 percent short of projected ridership; lawmakers remain optimistic

    One year in, the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority's Silver Line is 30 percent short of projected ridership. - 07/27/15

    A Times-Mirror conversation with Sen. Mark Warner

    See what Virginia's senior senator said about budgeting and sequestration, the “gig” economy and how capitalism is no longer working for the middle class. - 07/27/15

    UPDATE: Workers for Verizon—one of Loudoun’s largest employers—vote to strike, if necessary

    Verizon workers in nine states have voted to go on strike if necessary over a dispute about a new contract, a union official said at a rally Saturday. - 07/27/15

    Man charged in fatal Metro stabbing to return to court

    A man charged with killing a passenger aboard a Metro train on Independence Day is scheduled to return to court. - 07/27/15

    Bob McDonnell appeals corruption conviction for a second time

    The move comes after a three-judge appeals panel unanimously upheld the convictions earlier this month. - 07/25/15

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