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At the 9 Nov. Board of Supervisor public hearing, a debate was held over the application for up-lights at a data centre near Dulles Airport. The vote was delayed until the next meeting, 6 Dec. It is imperative that we as Loudouners and stewards of the Earth deny the application. Since the da…

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I am alarmed by the misleading narrative being leveraged this election cycle to undermine public education and to connect any Democrat to a false flag propped up by dangerous lies.

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After a long summer with kids at home, some families are breathing a sigh of relief now that kids are back in school. But for some, it means rising anxiety, stress, social and academic pressure for their kids and more, all which can contribute to a decline in mental health and risk of suicide.

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I was sworn into office in 2020 on a platform of bringing change to the Loudoun County Commonwealth’s Attorney’s office—to ensure Loudoun County becomes safer and smarter on criminal justice while saving taxpayer dollars. I am honored to work with Loudoun County citizens and elected official…

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Who changed Sen. Joe Manchin’s mind on the Inflation Reduction Act that includes major funding for the climate crisis? According to the climate activist Bill McKibbon, it was you, everyone who has contacted their elected officials, marched in a rally, or wrote a letter to the editor, develop…

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The aftermath of a horrific mass shooting is not the time one would usually turn to a humor site, and yet, The Onion had an insightful take on Uvalde. The headline: “’No Way to Prevent This,’ Says Only Nation Where This Regularly Happens.” And here’s the kicker: The Onion has run pieces with…

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The FY 2023 budget for Loudoun County, which also funds Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS), wrapped up on Monday evening with an appropriations resolution that will set the real property tax rate at $0.89 per $100 of assessed value and a personal property tax rate of $4.15 per $100 of asse…

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There is no better time than Black History Month to address the longstanding inaccuracy and inequity of the assigned name “Elizabeth Mills Park” to land on the south bank of the Potomac River in what is now Lansdowne on the Potomac, but was first known as Coton Plantation. The Loudoun Freedo…

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The Dulles Greenway has been a constant source of frustration for many years. Owned by a private, foreign based corporation, it has become the poster child for how not to build infrastructure, and in fact is the only road of its kind in Virginia for that very reason. The Greenway is supposed…

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Running for office every two years is a “dual edged sword.” You are constantly in fundraising and election mode, but you also maintain a close, intimate knowledge of the issues that are important to your constituents. Also, your family and neighbors will always tell you exactly what’s on the…

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Some people may think The Salvation Army takes a break after Thanksgiving and Christmas, but even without the Red Kettles at Giant, Safeway, and Walmart, or the bustling activity of our Angel Tree program, The Salvation Army of Loudoun County proudly continues their work. We assist those in …

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In 2003, Hurricane Isabel destroyed a wooden wall on the Virginia landing. Ed Brown, my father and the previous owner of White’s Ferry, replaced it with a concrete retaining wall, believing it was within the public right-of-way.

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Volkswagen’s ground-breaking 1959 advertising campaign for its new Beetle nailed it: Thinking small can be a big deal.

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A few weeks after my daughter Reagan was born, I started noticing strange movements when I watched her. We identified these movements as seizures at six weeks old, which quickly increased to nearly 60 episodes a day.

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I read your article in last weeks Loudoun Times-Mirror about the dedication of the new World War One Memorial plaque. Any reader could have thought that the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors voted to replace the plaque, then picked up a telephone and called the local foundry and ordered “o…

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On January 31, 2020, I found myself in the back area behind the courtroom with my wrists in metal handcuffs, a chain around my waist, my hands chained to my waist, and my legs shackled. After numerous pat downs and a transport, I was eventually ordered to stand naked and be subjected to a st…

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In America, government-funded schools can’t punish teachers for their speech about a proposed policy, and they can’t make teachers personally affirm things that they believe are harmful and untrue. The Loudoun County School Board is doing both, so I’m taking a stand.

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It would be idiotic to base public policy and political decisions on isolated incidents that happen with extreme rarity, but that is exactly what is going on in Loudoun regarding upcoming state elections. The incidents in question are two sexual assaults on high school students. I have as li…

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Loudoun County Judge James Fisher, brings disrepute to the court, violates community trust, and discourages victims from reporting domestic and sexual violence crimes. Fisher engenders a culture of fear at the courthouse which curtails zealous advocacy on behalf of plaintiffs and defendants …

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Candidates questioning the integrity of our elections are damaging our Democracy and are not fit to hold public office. The “elections integrity” platform sounds like this: stricter voter ID, decrease early voting days/hours, remove ballot drop boxes, eliminate mail-in voting, review electio…

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