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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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  • Mental Health: A Powerful Prescription

    Mental Health: A Powerful Prescription0

    By Wendy Gradison, CEO, PRS Inc. There’s been a lot in the news about mental health—even here in Loudoun. The more stories I read, the more I want to make sure everyone knows about the resources available to them and their loved ones that can save or change a life. As the head of PRS, a nonprofit

  • Loudoun…we have a problem: Youth Homelessness

    Loudoun…we have a problem: Youth Homelessness0

    By Donna Fortier, CEO, Mobile Hope Loudoun is a great place to live and work. We have rolling fields, terrific agriculture and strong commerce. We have wonderful schools, a “hometown” atmosphere and an engaging business community. So what’s the problem? Well we also have drugs, abuse, trafficking, gangs, suicide and homelessness. We have limited public

  • Widow of Marine Vet Receiving Free Roof from Sterling’s DryHome Roofing

    Widow of Marine Vet Receiving Free Roof from Sterling’s DryHome Roofing0

    DryHome Roofing and Siding has selected  Barbara Bendele of Stafford, Virginia as the recipient of a new roof through its 15th annual Free Roof for the Holidays program. “Barbara is a gracious person who has worked hard to provide for her family and care for her children following the death of her husband, a disabled Marine vet. We hope

  • Peeling Back the Layers in Purcellville: New Information, Motives

    Peeling Back the Layers in Purcellville: New Information, Motives0

    Placing perspective on the town of Purcellville’s management and personnel problems is difficult even for those who believe they are in the loop. New information has been revealed which may shed light on the motivations behind what many can’t believe is occurring in the small Loudoun based town. Earlier this year, Town Manager Robert Lohr’s contract with