• House, Senate Nominations Are At Stake in June 12 Primary Election

    House, Senate Nominations Are At Stake in June 12 Primary Election0

    Registered voters in Loudoun County will have a chance to choose a Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate and Democratic or Republican candidate for Virginia’s 10th District U.S. Representative in the primary election June 12. Virginia does not acknowledge party affiliation as part of registration. Voters will choose June 12 to vote in the Democratic

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  • Loudoun County, Library Director Win Innovation Honors

    Loudoun County, Library Director Win Innovation Honors0

    Loudoun County was recently recognized for innovation in programming, with the Loudoun County Public Library system and LCPL Executive director Chang Liu receiving honors from two different organizations. Liu was named the 2018 winner of the American Library Association’s Ernest A. DiMattia Award for Innovation and Service to Community and Profession. The award recognizes a

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  • UPDATE: County Extends Survey on Improving Broadband Service to July 27

    UPDATE: County Extends Survey on Improving Broadband Service to July 270

    Loudoun County announced July 3 that has extended the time to submit responses to its broadband survey an additional month. The response period was originally scheduled to end June 29. The extension, through Friday, July 27, was announced this week. The survey is being conducted by the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors to assess broadband

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  • Purcellville Library Closing May 21-June 1 For Renovations

    Purcellville Library Closing May 21-June 1 For Renovations0

    The Purcellville Library will be closed from Monday, May 21 through Friday, June 1 for renovations. During the closure, access to the parking lot will also be blocked for at least three days. “In addition to some behind-the-scenes repair work, when the library reopens customers will have a freshly paved parking lot, new carpet on the

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  • Claude Moore Recreation Center Closing May 29 for Construction

    Claude Moore Recreation Center Closing May 29 for Construction0

    The Claude Moore Recreation and Community Center will close for completion of construction projects beginning Tuesday, May 29. The center will hold summer camps and limited classes in select rooms, as well as off-site locations. The facility will reopen and resume normal hours on Monday, Sept. 3. Programs will be adjusted as follows: The temporary

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  • Nine From Loudoun County Complete HazMat Certification Program

    Nine From Loudoun County Complete HazMat Certification Program0

    Nine members of Loudoun County Fire and Rescue received certification April 13 as Hazardous Materials Technicians from the Virginia Department of Emergency Management. For the past 11 years, LCFR personnel have trained together with personnel from the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority and the Prince William County Department of Fire and Rescue during the 10-day program hosted

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