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The bronze plaque on the Loudoun County World War I Memorial has stood in the heart of Leesburg for nearly 100 years. Located on the county courthouse grounds, the plaque lists the names of the 30 service members from Loudoun who died during war. Segregated by two engraved lines, on top are …

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Virginia has rolled out a smartphone app to automatically notify people if they might have been exposed to the coronavirus, becoming the first U.S. state to use new pandemic technology created by Apple and Google.

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From July 31 until Oct. 24, the Town of Leesburg will close South King Street from Market to Loudoun streets on Friday and Saturday evenings to give some downtown restaurants the option to expand capacity via outdoor seating.

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During a January work session, Leesburg Town Council discussed the possibility of imposing term limits on the mayor and individual council members in the future, a topic that returned during a recent work session.

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The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors is backing efforts by Virginia lawmakers, specifically the Virginia Black Legislative Caucus, to address criminal justice reform and excessive force by police in the upcoming General Assembly session in Richmond.

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After a series of failed, evenly-split votes for a number of candidates, Leesburg Town Council voted Tuesday to postpone its appointment of a temporary council member following the May 31 departure of Josh Thiel.

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Leesburg Town Council unanimously appointed Christopher Spera as town attorney during its Tuesday night meeting.

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