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    Brian Reynolds

    Brian is president of Tribune Media Group, LLC and Publisher of The Loudoun Tribune, managing operations of both. He has been a business and sales professional for more than 31 years, most recently as President of DesignB Studios, Inc., an online marketing, consulting and web design company. Brian also worked as general manager, general sales manager and in other executive positions around the DC metropolitan area and within the Rosenthal Automotive Group. Brian lives Leesburg with his wife and proud to have a son in the USAF, another in the USMC and daughter attending WVU.

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  • Details: Ongoing Drama With Purcellville Town Council and Staff

    Details: Ongoing Drama With Purcellville Town Council and Staff0

    UPDATE: Purcellville has technically reinstated McAlister to her position as police chief as of November 22, after being terminated.  McAlister remains on administrative leave pending review of the original investigation. Reinstating McAlister was in response to the town’s review of the original investigation where there were questions of integrity as well as allegations surrounding the

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  • Data Center Fire in Ashburn This Morning

    Data Center Fire in Ashburn This Morning0

    Reports and pictures of a rooftop fire at one of the new Ashburn based data centers under construction have been posted on social media.  Update: The Loudoun County Fire Marshal determined that the fire was roofing material catching fire due to a space heater. With the major increase in data centers which are ultimately a huge

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  • Loudoun’s Ann Marie Stewart Wins Christy Award

    Loudoun’s Ann Marie Stewart Wins Christy Award0

    On November 8 in Nashville, TN, local author, Ann Marie Stewart, won the 2017 Christy Award for her book, Stars in the Grass.  The Christy Award, named after Catherine Marshall’s bestselling book, Christy, was established in 1999 to acknowledge excellence in Christian writing and creativity across genres. Stewart, a long-time Western Loudoun resident, traveled to

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  • Loudoun Veteran and Businessman Dave Tilton in NYC Veterans Day Parade

    Loudoun Veteran and Businessman Dave Tilton in NYC Veterans Day Parade0

    Yesterday marked the 242nd birthday of the United States Marine Corps. Today, tens of thousands of participants will march up Fifth Avenue from Madison Square Park to 52nd Street in the 2017 New York City Veterans Day Parade.  The tradition of honoring all veterans on November 11 began in 1919, following World War I. You

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