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Purcellville police join regional Critical Incident Response Team

January 15, 2021

The Purcellville Police Department will participate in the newly created Northern Virginia Critical Incident Response Team.  The Critical Incident Response Team was created by the Northern Virginia Police Chiefs and…

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Loudoun Economic Development sponsors 15 scholarships for FireUp business mentoring and coaching program

January 12, 2021

Loudoun County small business owners are encouraged to apply for the upcoming cohort of the FireUp Business Mentoring and Coaching Program, a program designed to set your business up for…

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Bipartisan agreement on Greenway Legislation

January 11, 2021

On Jan. 11, Senator John Bell and Delegate Suhas Subramanyam have finalized legislation for the 2021 session, which will bring transparency and accountability to the process of toll price increases on…

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PPP applications are reopening and the Loudoun Business Development Team is ready to help

PPP is re-opening for new and existing borrowers

January 11, 2021

The U.S. Small Business Administration, in consultation with the Treasury Department, has announced that the Paycheck Protection Program will re-open the week of Jan. 11 for new borrowers and certain…

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Purcellville debates height limits for historic downtown

January 6, 2021

By Valerie Cury At the Dec. 8 Purcellville Town Council Meeting, the Council moved forward to decrease the maximum height of buildings in the C-4 District. The district includes Hatcher…

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The controversial potentially expanding landfill in Loudoun County

County considers expanding Gable landfill

January 6, 2021

Despite years of controversy and unanswered safety questions, the trucks drove in and the trucks drove out, dumping their loads and earning the property owner potentially millions of dollars in…

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BOS adds 144 homes to TPA – ‘Buffer’ between suburban east and rural west melting away

January 6, 2021

As it closed out the 2020 legislative session, the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors voted 7-1-1 to add 144 new housing units to the Transition Policy Area. Supervisor Kristen C.…

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Wastewater-based epidemiology- A window into the health of our communities

January 6, 2021

By Purcellville Mayor Kwasi A. Fraser Two years ago, I invited the leadership of Biobot, a biotechnology start-up, to present their testing and research in the area of opioid consumption…

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Public hearing set for Jan. 13

January 6, 2021

County-developer proposal and purchase offer put two villages at center of controversial deal Aldie and St. Louis, two historic villages threatened for years by controversial projects, are now caught up…

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A typical home in historic Lincoln

County to hear appeals on Jan. 11

January 6, 2021

New houses approved for Lincoln threaten historic Quaker village On Jan. 11, theLoudoun County Board of Supervisors and the County’s Historic District Review Committee will each take up appeals on…

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