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    Michelle Adams

    Michelle is a native of the Loudoun County area and a lifelong Virginia resident. Before working with The Tribune, Michelle worked as a political writer for various online publications, including Red Alert Politics and HerCampus. She also worked as a copy editor for The Northern Virginia Daily of Strasburg and The Journal of Martinsburg, W.Va. Michelle is currently finishing her degree in English from Shenandoah University in Winchester, where she was Editor in Chief of the student newspaper, The Buzz. She enjoys covering government, community and general news stories for The Tribune.

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  • Potholes, Road Conditions, Roadkill: Who do you call?

    Potholes, Road Conditions, Roadkill: Who do you call?0

    Motorists across Virginia have the opportunity to interact with the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) about road problems, hazards and more using an innovative online tool that links drivers directly with department officials. Motorists in Virginia spent a combined $1.344 billion — an average of $254 per year per motorist — on vehicle maintenance due

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  • Traffic Pattern to Change at Route 7 and Ashburn Village Boulevard

    Traffic Pattern to Change at Route 7 and Ashburn Village Boulevard0

    The traffic pattern at the intersection of Route 7 and Ashburn Village Boulevard in Loudoun County is scheduled to change on Wednesday evening due to the construction of a new interchange. The interchange is being implemented to eliminate the existing traffic signal and help ease traffic congestion along Route 7, according to a news release.

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  • Local Businesses Step Up to Help Hospitalized Veteran

    Local Businesses Step Up to Help Hospitalized Veteran0

    When Technical Sergeant Gregg Mosley went to see a doctor with mild back pain, he never expected the heart-wrenching news that would follow: he had a severe case of cancer. According to family friend Georgia Nuckolls, Mosley, 37, served eight tours overseas during his time in the U.S. Air Force, and was scheduled to deploy

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  • Amateur Sports: Over $20 Million to Loudoun Economy

    Amateur Sports: Over $20 Million to Loudoun Economy0

    A recent study released by Visit Loudoun found that the amateur sports tourism industry contributed over $20 million to the Loudoun County economy in 2016. The study found that major amateur sports tournaments contributed $20.5 million to the local economy and generated $1.2 million in tax revenue in 2016, according to a news release. An

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