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November 26, 2015
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Three New Faces On School Board, Marshall Returns

Loudoun’s School Board, which oversees the county’s 76,263-student school division, will have three brand new members come January following Tuesday’s election.


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Wednesday 11/04/2015
Black Bests McCabe in 13th Senate District

State Sen. Richard H. “Dick” Black’s opponent raised more campaign money in this year’s election season than he did.

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Constitutional Officers Re-elected; Chapman Handily Turns Back Sheriff Challengers

As far as Loudoun’s constitutional offices go, it is status quo for the next four years.

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It’s Randall, Saines In Upsets

Democrats Phyllis J. Randall and Koran T. Saines made Loudoun County history Tuesday night—in two ways.

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Democrats Snag Two House Seats In Loudoun

The Democrats gained a bit of ground in Loudoun County on Tuesday when they captured two of Virginia’s sought-after House of Delegates seats.

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Tuesday 11/03/2015
Loudoun Times-Mirror Acquires Leesburg Today

The Loudoun Times-Mirror, a weekly newspaper based in Leesburg, has acquired the assets of the weekly newspapers Leesburg Today and Ashburn Today and the LeesburgToday.com website. The terms of the deal were not disclosed.

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Election Day: Voters Get Their Say In Local, State Races

Update: The polls are quieter so far today than Loudoun County General Registrar Judy Brown would have hoped, but she’s optimistic more residents will vote before polls close at 7 p.m.

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Blanket Collection Begins For Syrian Refugees

The Washington region is again collecting blankets for Syrian refugees. Now in its third year, the area-wide collection is needed even more than in the past, as Syria is engulfed by civil war and ISIL attacks.

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Scouts Gear Up For Massive Food Drive

Starting on Saturday, area Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts will be reaching out to residents for food pantry donations that will be collected next Saturday, Nov. 14, in the region’s largest annual food drive.

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Sheriff’s Office Brutality Claim Settled For $645,000

Seven months after a federal jury awarded an Ashburn man $662,500 in damages in a civil rights lawsuit brought against four Loudoun County deputies, the case concluded with a slightly lower settlement.

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