Two candidates – Ian Serotkin and Ram Venkatachalam – are hoping to represent the Blue Ridge District on the Loudoun County School Board after this November's election. Incumbent Jill Turgeon is not seeking re-election.
Challengers John Whitbeck and Robert Ohneiser—standing on opposite sides of the stage—spent 90 minutes in Leesburg on Oct. 9 making their case to become the next chair of the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors.
Congresswoman Jennifer Wexton (D-10th) on Oct. 9 paid a visit to the Loudoun Abused Women’s Shelter, continuing a series of events commemorating Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
Two candidates – Beth Barts and Joe Newcomer – are hoping to represent the Leesburg District on the Loudoun County School Board after this November's election. Incumbent Tom Marshall is not seeking re-election.
Incumbent Loudoun County Supervisor Matt Letourneau (R) is seeking re-election in the Dulles District this November against political newcomer Sreedhar Nagireddi, the Democratic nominee.
A proposed housing development for 184 units and 12 affordable dwelling units in Sterling is under consideration for rezoning.
Candidates for the Blue Ridge District Board of Supervisors seat discussed a range of issues -- from protecting rural western Loudoun, rural broadband connection, traffic congestion and campaign donations -- at a debate attended by more than 100 people on Oct. 3.
U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine swung through western Loudoun last Thursday to speak with and hear suggestions from local leaders about bolstering the rural economy.
Blue Ridge supervisor candidate Tia Walbridge announced Thursday two proposals specifically to support western Loudoun and the rural economy.
Four candidates vying for local and state offices in November have announced plans to address needed rural broadband services with the Western Loudoun Telecommunication Initiative.
Loudoun County voters will head to the polls Nov. 5 to decide who will represent them on the state and local levels.
The three candidates vying for the Catoctin District seat on the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors kicked off a series of debates with more than 100 residents and voters in attendance in Lovettsville Monday night. The eventual winner between Democrat Forest Hayes, Republican Caleb Kershner…
Loudoun County Commonwealth’s Attorney candidate Nicole Wittmann (R) hugged and thanked both her attorneys Tuesday night after a judge dismissed a petition claiming she was ineligible to appear on the ballot.