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    Ryan Butler

    703.584.5758 [email protected] Ryan grew up in Loudoun County and has experience in both journalism and business. Before joining the Tribune, he worked as a news and sports writer for Heavy.com, and a contributing writer for the Tampa Bay Times and Yellow Scene Magazine. Ryan has also written for the Chiefland Citizen, INsite Magazine, Levy County Journal and Focus Magazine, and was director of content for Gamedayr Media Network. He also has marketing experience working for JWO Enterprises and Clever Athletics. Ryan earned a B.S. in Journalism from the University of Florida’s School of Journalism and Communications, where he minored in Sports Management. Ryan lives in Tyson’s Corner and covers government, education, community, real estate and breaking news for the Tribune.

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  • $25 Million Home Now Available in Loudoun

    $25 Million Home Now Available in Loudoun0

    Photo via Property Shark Tamworth Farm, a historic home in Aldie, is now on the market for $25 million. It’s the second-most expensive piece of real estate available in Virginia, according to a report from real estate web site Property Shark. Described as “a history buff’s dream home”, the 511-acre Tamworth Farm is located in

  • Inova Mobile Health Services Announces May Schedule

    Inova Mobile Health Services Announces May Schedule0

    Inova Loudoun Hospital is going directly to citizens to promote healthy living, no matter where they live. The hospital’s Mobile Health Services will bring health screenings and other preventive and wellness efforts to more than a dozen locations in the coming weeks via a new bus decked out in top-of-the-line medical equipment. Along with top health equipment, each

  • Road Rage Incident Leads to Weapons Charges, Arrest

    Road Rage Incident Leads to Weapons Charges, Arrest0

    A Sterling man was arrested and charged with brandishing a firearm following a road rage incident in Ashburn April 25. Daniel Cashan-Fallah, 23, was involved in a traffic incident near the intersection of Loudoun County Parkway and Route 7. During a heated exchange, the victim said Cashan-Fallah displayed a firearm while they were stopped at

  • “Sad Day for Purcellville”: Town Manager Announces Retirement

    “Sad Day for Purcellville”: Town Manager Announces Retirement0

    Long-time Purcellville Town Manager Robert Lohr announced his retirement effective July 1 during an emotionally charged Town Council meeting April 25. “I can assure you that this has been a difficult decision, but one I’m blessed to have a loving wife and children that encourage me to take this leap of faith to the next