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    Trevor Baratko

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    Recent articles

    Loudoun Wine: ‘We get up with the sun and live and die by the weather’

    “The wines of Loudoun County are on the rise in terms of quality and intrigue." - 12/18/14

    Loudoun County Parkway completion sparks local Republican rift

    The completion of Loudoun County Parkway, a key transportation project in the county, led to sharp words and claims of lies between local Republican officeholders last week. - 12/16/14

    Suspect named in 2012 murder of Sarah Greenhalgh

    Fingerprints from John Sheldon Kearns – Greenhalgh's former boyfriend – were obtained on Dec. 8, according to an affidavit filed in the Circuit Court Dec. 11. - 12/16/14

    MORE: Gov. McAuliffe calls for stricter gun regulations

    Included in McAuliffe's initiatives are closing the so-called “gun show loophole” and re-implementing the state's one-handgun-per-month law. - 12/15/14

    Gabriella Miller Kids First Research Act funded in federal spending bill

    The Gabriella Miller Kids First Research Act, named after a 10-year-old childhood cancer advocate from Loudoun who died last year after fighting a vicious cancer in her brain, will be funded through the just-passed budget measure. - 12/15/14

    Sources: Gov. McAuliffe to include Medicaid expansion in budget

    When Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe unveils his budget proposal next week it will include a top but elusive goal: expanding Medicaid eligibility for low-income Virginians, according to two sources. - 12/15/14

    Dreams of Christmas lights dance in the head of Purcellville resident

    Ryan Gould, a Purcellville resident and software engineer for Orbital, has spent seven years crafting a light show extravaganza choreographed to Christmas music. - 12/14/14

    Loudoun’s most essential holiday sauces

    In a county dotted by wineries, breweries and now a couple cideries, is there a better, more convenient present than booze? - 12/13/14

    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

    County closes on TIFIA loan for Metro

    County officials announced Thursday they have closed on a low-interest federal TIFIA loan of $195 million to help finance Metro's Silver Line extension into Loudoun County. - 12/19/14

    MORE: McAuliffe proposes changes to Virginia state budget

    Gov. Terry McAuliffe wants to more than double the pot of money he can spend trying to lure companies to Virginia, ease school districts' teacher retirement burdens, and give raises to rookie deputy sheriffs. - 12/18/14

    Parisot ran for mayor in Maryland town

    Maryland election records show Parisot was a candidate in a small mayoral race in Cheverly, Md. in 2004. He received four votes in that contest. The winner, Julia Anne Mosley, managed victory with just 50 votes. - 12/17/14

    Governor plans to budget $28 million for voting machines

    Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) is planning to include $28 million in his budget for new voting machines across Virginia that would create a paper trail for individual votes. - 12/16/14

    Virginia political leaders call for Democrat lawmaker’s resignation

    Del. Joseph D. Morrissey entered an Alford plea Friday to a misdemeanor count of contributing to the delinquency of a minor. In an Alford plea, a defendant acknowledges there's sufficient evidence for a conviction but doesn't admit guilt. - 12/16/14

    Comstock given third committee assignment in House

    Congresswoman-elect Barbara Comstock (R) was today tapped for a third committee assignment for the 114th Congress, which begins work after the new year. - 12/15/14

    Judge orders competency exam in Charles Severance cases

    A man charged with three murders in Alexandria over the last decade must be tested for mental competency, despite his objection to being tested, a judge ruled Thursday. - 12/13/14

    Comstock named to two House committees

    Congresswoman-elect Barbara Comstock, a Republican who will succeed Frank Wolf in Virginia's 10th Congressional District, has been tapped to two committees for the 114th Congress – the Science, Space and Technology Committee and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee. - 12/11/14

    Virginia receives $17.5 million grant to expand preschool

    Five other states received grants for preschool development. - 12/11/14

    Charlotte Nurge, ‘Mayor of Ashby Ponds,’ honored by Loudoun supervisors

    The Board of Supervisors surprised Nurge by announcing the central recreation room in the forthcoming Dulles South Senior Center will be named “The Charlotte Nurge Recreation Room.” - 12/11/14

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