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Loudoun County News

When was the last time Loudoun elected an African-American supervisor or state lawmaker?

The county’s demographics remain less than favorable for a minority to win a public office seat.

More Loudoun County News:

  • When was the last time Loudoun elected an African-American supervisor or state lawmaker?
  • What agriculture use means for farmers and Loudoun
  • Supervisors deny Greens South at Willowsford rezoning
  • Loudoun County administrator’s budget proposal leaves nearly $40M gap for school funding
  • School Board adopts $949 million budget

Prince William County News

Mayoral challengers take aim at Leake, Brown

The Town of Dumfries will not be the only town this year with a competitive race for mayor as challenges have stepped up during the past week to take on Haymarket Mayor David Leake and Quantico Mayor Kevin Brown, both of whom have filed for re-election. Quantico is set to pit two well-known local politicians against each other as former Mayor Iris Tharp officially filed her paperwork to run against the first-term incumbent Brown. Meanwhile in Haymarket, first-time candidate Josh Mattox filed to run against Leake.

More Prince William County News:

  • Mayoral challengers take aim at Leake, Brown
  • Police Reports; 02-07-14
  • Fugitive search and apprehension
  • Police Reports; 02-07-14
  • All skate!

Fauquier County News

Piedmont Symphony Orchestra sponsors competition for young musicians

Young musicians from Northern Virginia face-off for scholarship

More Fauquier County News:

  • Piedmont Symphony Orchestra sponsors competition for young musicians
  • FCPS Graduation time frame announced
  • Kiana Smith’s 2nd triple double this week leads Liberty girls over Brentsville, 46-24
  • Quick change scam
  • Fauquier County supervisors to consider incentives for defense contractors

Culpeper County News

“Seven Brides for Seven Brothers” on schedule

Culpeper County high school students, teachers and everyone affiliated with the production of “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers” are gearing up for next week.

More Culpeper County News:

  • “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers” on schedule
  • Landowners protect 1,144 acres in Culpeper in 2013
  • It takes a community to raise a child
  • Eastern View teen pursues interest in medical field
  • Rich Crowley’s Snapshot of Culpeper