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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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  • Two Potomac Falls Students Charged with Xanax Distribution on School Grounds

    Two Potomac Falls Students Charged with Xanax Distribution on School Grounds0

    Two 16-year-old students from Potomac Falls High School were charged Friday with distribution of a schedule IV narcotic on school property. The charges stem from an incident last month where several students were discovered to have shared drinks containing Alprazolam, commonly referred to as Xanax, during class at nearby River Bend Middle School. On April

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  • LGBTQ Gun Policy Reform Group Endorses Northam

    LGBTQ Gun Policy Reform Group Endorses Northam0

    The Pride Fund, the nation’s only LGBTQ organization solely focused on gun policy reform, endorsed Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ralph Northam May 22, less than a month before the primary election. The endorsement from the D.C.-based group, the incumbent Lt. Gov.’s latest among area liberal political leaders and policy organizations, is another opportunity for Northam’s camp to tout

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  • EXCLUSIVE: Gubernatorial Candidate Frank Wagner Talks Transportation, Trump

    EXCLUSIVE: Gubernatorial Candidate Frank Wagner Talks Transportation, Trump0

    In a race dominated by tax cuts, immigration bans and minimum wage increases, Frank Wagner has continued to push on transportation. The Republican gubernatorial candidate sees transportation funding and improvements as the key to addressing not just the other issues dominating this campaign, but ways to improve the Commonwealth as a whole. A Naval Academy graduate,

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  • Movies in the Park Returns to Leesburg

    Movies in the Park Returns to Leesburg0

    Summer in Leesburg means pool visits, camping trips and Movies in the Park. For the fourth straight year, the Town of Leesburg will once again host its Movies in the Park, scheduled to begin May 19.  This free series will feature an evening movie on the third Friday of each month throughout the summer, hosted at Ida

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