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The Leesburg Town Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to initiate plans to annex the properties that Walmart and At Home currently occupy, as well as a 1.5-acre undeveloped property in Compass Creek Shopping Center, into town limits.

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After a 4-3 vote Tuesday night, the Leesburg Town Council will require all town employees and appointed officials to get the COVID-19 vaccine in order to keep their positions.

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Virginia’s bipartisan redistricting commission could give up on trying to redraw the state’s legislative districts after intense partisan bickering that showed few signs of letting up during a virtual meeting Monday.

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As the residents of Leesburg Mobile Park turned out in even greater force to lobby for the preservation of their community Tuesday night, Leesburg officials revealed the town has been meeting with the tentative buyer of the mobile home park, confirmed as Darius Saeidi, partner at DSP Real Es…

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The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday denied a proposed AT&T cell tower facility atop the Short Hill Mountain ridgeline during the board’s business meeting.

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The sealed bids for the sale of the Town of Purcellville-owned Pullen House property were opened by town staff on Monday morning, revealing three bids ranging from $101,000 to $303,000.

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The historic Douglass Elementary School on Union Street will be getting a new lease on life after the Leesburg Town Council on Monday voted unanimously to rezone the property and include it in the town’s historic district.

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Loudoun County Board of Supervisors Chairwoman Phyllis Randall (D-At Large) was named to the Bipartisan Policy Center’s Public Health Forward Commission, which seeks to modernize the public health system in the U.S., according to a recent press release from the organization.

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After the Purcellville Town Council voted in January to sell the town-owned Pullen House property, located adjacent to Fireman's Field, town officials announced Monday they are currently accepting sealed bids from potential purchasers.

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The Loudoun County School Board on Wednesday evening voted 7-2 to approve Policy 8040, which addresses the treatment and common issues pertaining to transgender students in elementary and secondary schools.

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