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    Kevin Shay

    Journalist and writer since 1978. Before the Loudoun Tribune, he worked for The Washington Post Co., [Maryland] Business Gazette, The Dallas Morning News, and Texas Catholic, among others. Kevin is also an accomplished author. His books include Death of the Rising Sun: A Search for Truth in the JFK Assassination [2017]; It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Trip: On the Road of the Longest Family Road Trip in History [2014]; Walking through the Wall [2012]; A Parent’s Guide to Dallas/Fort Worth [2003]; and And Justice For All: The Untold History of Dallas [1999].

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  • School Boundary Changes: 1000+ Loudoun Students Affected

    School Boundary Changes: 1000+ Loudoun Students Affected0

    Following several months of hearings and meetings, the Loudoun County School Board on Tuesday [Dec. 12] approved boundary changes for elementary schools in the southeastern part of the county that will shift several hundred students to different schools. With Goshen Post Elementary being built next to John Champe High in Aldie and scheduled to open

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  • The Trend of Sexual Harassment Claims: From Congress to Businesses

    The Trend of Sexual Harassment Claims: From Congress to Businesses0

    As the anti-sexual harassment wave continues to rock Congress and other areas of society, a bill authored by a Loudoun County representative hopes to stem such unwanted misconduct. The House legislation sponsored by Rep. Barbara Comstock, a McLean Republican whose district includes Loudoun County, requires all House members and employees to complete an anti-harassment and

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  • Loudoun’s Ashburn Pub

    Loudoun’s Ashburn Pub1

    There are no shortages of holiday happenings in Loudoun County. One of Ashburn’s centers of activity this time of year is The Ashburn Pub. The restaurant and bar – a neighborhood fixture in Ashburn Village Shopping Center that opened in 1995 – holds many events per year to benefit local charities. That is a focus

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  • Famous Toastery: Positioned for Success in Ashburn’s Loudoun Station

    Famous Toastery: Positioned for Success in Ashburn’s Loudoun Station2

    Since launching Famous Toastery of Ashburn on Veteran’s Day in 2016, Angela and Scott Goodman haven’t had much time to sit back and reflect on how the first year has gone. Between the hours of running a restaurant, taking care of family, organizing community benefits and Scott also continuing to work for Carrier Corp., time

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