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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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  • Purcellville Hires Distinguished Chief, Powerhouse Law Firm for Independent Investigation

    Purcellville Hires Distinguished Chief, Powerhouse Law Firm for Independent Investigation0

    The Purcellville Town Council voted last night 6 to 1 to retain McLean-based powerhouse law firm, Wilson Elser, to work alongside a new independent veteran criminal investigator and weed through the town’s recent set of embarrassing and costly situations. The main objective is to “audit” the original investigation into allegations against Purcellville Chief of Police

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  • Miltary, First Responders, 50% Off At Coal Fire

    Miltary, First Responders, 50% Off At Coal Fire1

    In an effort to honor and thank those who have dedicated their lives to the service of others, Coal Fire restaurants of Northern Virginia will be hosting ‘Military & First Responders Appreciation Week’ from Monday, December 11th to Sunday, December 17th. Anyone showing their military or first responder identification cards, active duty or retired, will receive fifty percent off

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  • Purcellville Town Attorney Sally Hankins Accused of Sexual Harassment

    Purcellville Town Attorney Sally Hankins Accused of Sexual Harassment0

    Today, Interim Town Manager Alex Vanegas filed a formal complaint with Purcellville Mayor Kwasi Fraser and town council members of sexual harassment and discrimination against Town Attorney Sally Hankins.  Further, Vanegas called for Hankins to be placed on administrative leave. Hankins was recently named in the investigation against Purcellville Police Chief Cynthia McAlister where McAlister

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  • Smear Tactics In Purcellville Beginning To Backfire

    Smear Tactics In Purcellville Beginning To Backfire3

    Purcellville’s interim town manager, Alex Vanegas, had a directive to investigate serious complaints against Purcellville Police Chief Cynthia McAlister. The town received multiple complaints from McAlister’s own staff, ranging from abuse of authority to tampering with I/A investigations, violations of general orders, intimidation, selective enforcement and wrongful termination. McAlister was eventually placed on administrative leave

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