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White House taps Loudoun resident, a former Navy SEAL, for top security post

President Donald Trump (R) has nominated former Navy SEAL Joseph Kernan to be under secretary of defense for intelligence.

Self-driving cars to be tested on Virginia Express Lanes

The state of Virginia is moving forward with testing the possibility of allowing autonomous, or self-driving, cars on express lanes of Interstates 95 and 495.

Town of Round Hill considers expansion, may double population within a year

Town Council is investigating an expansion of the town’s boundaries in its first public information session on the proposal Aug. 3 at 7 p.m.

Loudoun supervisors loosen constraints on Dulles World Center to build residential units

One of Loudoun County’s most prized future mixed-use developments -- the Dulles World Center, otherwise known as The Hub -- won a second round of modifications by the Board of Supervisors last week that will give it flexibility in the way it phases the buildout of its 82-acre development.

Public invited to submit comments on Route 15 congestion in Loudoun County

Members of the public can continue to submit comments on congestion relief on Route 15 north of Leesburg via an online, interactive survey, the Loudoun County government announced today.

Virginia Dems lining up to run for Congress in age of Trump

Democratic Party of Virginia Chairwoman Susan Swecker said there's been little need for actively recruiting candidates, unlike past election cycles.

Corey Stewart launches U.S. Senate bid

An outspoken supporter of President Donald Trump who narrowly lost a bid to be Virginia's GOP candidate for governor is now running for the U.S. Senate.

Loudoun supervisors likely to scrap county’s vehicle decal program

Loudoun County residents may not have to deal with those pesky vehicle decals much longer.

Sen. Warner introduces changes to the Affordable Care Act

U.S. Sen. Mark Warner (D) introduced three proposals Wednesday aimed at improving the Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as Obamacare.

Developers win as Leesburg districts exempted from state’s proffer law

Two up-and-coming Leesburg districts will be exempted from the commonwealth’s recent proffer legislation after a Leesburg Town Council vote Tuesday night.

Loudoun supervisors’ pay raise advanced for a July 20 vote, but not without a fight

After weeks of anticipation for a public hearing on a proposed 62 percent salary increase for the next Board of Supervisors, only three members of the public showed up Wednesday night, and supervisors, not citizens, turned out to be some of the toughest critics of the proposal.

Hearing set for Oct. 4 in Belmont Slave Cemetery trustee fight

In three months, the fight over who will become the trustee of the historic Belmont Slave Cemetery in Ashburn owned by the Toll Brothers -- a prominent Pennsylvania-based developer -- will be heard in a Loudoun County courtroom.

New bridge crossing from Loudoun to Maryland? No thanks, say Maryland leaders

As Loudoun County embarks on plans for a new Potomac River crossing and begins exploring new corridors for a second bridge, Maryland officials – those required to sign off on a new bridge – aren't showing interest in the project.

Loudoun supervisors to hold public hearing on 62 percent pay hike proposal Wednesday night

Loudoun County supervisors will hear from members of the public Wednesday night about a proposed hefty pay raise for members of the next board.

Dominion proceeding with wind turbines off Virginia coast

Dominion Energy Virginia has announced plans to partner with Denmark's DONG Energy to build two wind turbines off the coast of Virginia Beach.
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