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    Leesburg Town Council further explores new noise ordinances measures
    Wed., Apr. 16 | 02:00 PM - At its April 8 meeting, the Leesburg Town Council continued to discuss potential new noise ordinances – this time with a baseline to judge.
    Parents seek clarification on Aldie Elementary zoning
    Wed., Apr. 16 | 09:38 AM - An Aldie Elementary parent recently asked the School Board for clarification that should Aldie Elementary School close, could it feasibly reopen in two years?
    Virginia GOP leaders demand apology, more from Lind
    Mon., Apr. 14 | 01:05 PM - Republican leaders in the House of Delegates are pressing for an apology from fellow conservative Howie Lind over a Lind attack ad against Del. Barbara Comstock in Virginia's 10th Congressional District primary race.

    On April 10, the Lovettsville Town Council announced it had selected a new design for the Lovettsville Community Center. Rendering Courtesy/Town of Lovettsville

    Lovettsville Town Council approves design for new community center
    Mon., Apr. 14 | 10:35 AM - At a well-attended meeting April 10, the Town Council announced it had selected a new design, one of three options, for the new Lovettsville Community Center.
    Virginia AG files brief supporting gay marriage
    Mon., Apr. 14 | 07:57 AM - RICHMOND, Va. (AP) -- Same-sex couples have the same right to marry as interracial heterosexual couples, Virginia's attorney general said Friday.

    The Town of Leesburg is currently deciding whether or not to halt the process of annexing Morven Park into the town. —Times-Mirror courtesy photo

    Leesburg Town Council delays Morven Park work
    Fri., Apr. 11 | 02:25 PM - The Leesburg Town Council voted April 8 to delay debating the Morven Park boundary line adjustment for one more month.

    Both chambers of the General Assembly left Richmond Tuesday with no set plans to return and resume work on a budget.

    Va. Senate passes budget with expanded Medicaid
    Thu., Apr. 10 | 03:17 PM - RICHMOND, Va. (AP) -- The Virginia Senate approved its version of a roughly $96 billion two-year budget Tuesday as Republicans and Democrats pointed fingers over who is responsible for a potential state government shutdown.
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    Ex-Va. attorneys general: Drop McDonnell’s charges
    Fri., Apr. 4 | 04:28 PM - RICHMOND, Va. (AP) -- Five former Virginia attorneys general have asked a federal judge to consider their argument that public corruption charges against ex-Gov. Bob McDonnell should be dismissed.
    MWAA still not prepared to share timeline for Phase 1 completion
    Thu., Mar. 20 | 10:34 AM - With patience wearing thin for many of the Silver Line’s backers, Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority officials said Wednesday that they still cannot provide a date or a timeline for when the new rail line will be completed.
    Bill helps Loudoun avoid judicial crisis
    Wed., Mar. 12 | 04:00 PM - It looks like Loudoun won't be losing any judges after all.
    Ballots set for spring town elections
    Mon., Mar. 10 | 12:20 PM - With the March 4 deadline to file for candidacy passed, the ballots are now set for this May's five municipal elections.

    The General Assembly passed several key pieces of legislation in the 2014 regular session, including an ethics reform package, a bill allowing Sunday hunting and education reform. Courtesy Photo/Commonwealth of Virginia

    Bills of note that passed in the 2014 General Assembly session
    Mon., Mar. 10 | 10:10 AM - The General Assembly passed a series of measures aimed at improving the state's treatment of the mentally ill in the wake of an assault on Sen. R. Creigh Deeds by his son.
    Airport authority’s chief builder sets an example for excellence
    Fri., Mar. 7 | 06:00 AM - As the new vice president of for engineering for the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, Ginger Evans is showing what's possible for women in engineering.
    Appointments made to Leesburg diversity panel
    Wed., Mar. 5 | 01:30 PM - The Town of Leesburg's Diversity Task Force, created Dec. 10 after issues arose about the lack of minority employees and applicants in the town, now has members.
    Va. governor establishes cyber security commission
    Thu., Feb. 27 | 11:02 AM - RICHMOND, Va. (AP) -- Gov. Terry McAuliffe is creating a new commission tasked with promoting cyber security economic development opportunities.

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