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About: leesburg, virginia

Thirty-three miles form Washington D.C. Leesburg is located adjacent the Potomac River. Settlement of the area began around 1730 and was originally an agriculture and plantation center. The city is named for Robert E. Lee's great granduncle Thomas Lee. The city was the retreat for the United States government during the War of 1812 and housed the country's most precious documents including the declaration of independence.

Population: 39000
Local Newspapers: Leesburg Today Loudon Times Mirror
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Zip Codes associated with leesburg, virginia: 20175 20176
Towns/Cities near leesburg, virginia : Hamilton Belmont Woodburn Purcellville Hillsboro Waterford Poolesville MD

Leesburg News
3 returned Mormon missionaries are suiting up for Dartmouth football

Tanner Aiono, Anders Peterson and Justin Call, all offensive linemen for the Big Green, were recently featured in an article by Samantha Hussey in The Dartmouth, a daily campus publication for the New Hampshire university. The three young men discuss their mission experiences and why they came to the Ivy League school in the lengthy article.

Dulles Greenway collects nearly $350,000 during charity drive

Local charities are getting more than $348,000 in toll fees collected on the Dulles Greenway this week.

New Leesburg energy plant up and running

A new energy facility is now up and running in Loudoun County, ahead of time and on budget, according to its builders.

Michelle Obama criticizes Trump school lunch decision

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Former Wall Street Exec. Mavis Taintor gives her campaign $110K

In just two months since announcing her intent to challenge incumbent state Del.

Man with cerebral palsy forbidden from returning to longtime county group home

For more than a month, 45-year-old Alex Scott, who has cerebral palsy, was forced to stay at Inova Hospital in Lansdowne after the county would not allow him to return to his group home of 23 years in Sterling without a feeding tube.

Loudoun School Board adopts names for four new schools, considers improvements for transportation

The Loudoun County School Board adopted names for four new schools-one elementary school , one middle school , and two high schools -at its meeting Tuesday night.

Young talent singled out for 'The Opportunity'

Some incredibly talented singer-songwriters in the area - all still in high school - have been competing to win the opportunity at a record deal, and the winners have been chosen. The goal of the locally produced contest called " The Opportunity" - or "The O" for short - is to help young artists launch a career in music.

Geese crossing Route 7, cows in Leesburg neighborhood: A strange day in LoCo

Then, around 2 p.m., a Leesburg resident on Bradfield Drive looked out of the window to see two cows trotting through the neighborhood.

Trump wants to make you sick of winning. No, literally. | Editorial

Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue eats lunch with students at Catoctin Elementary School in Leesburg, Va., where he announced a partial rollback of Obama administration nutrition rules for school lunches. Clearly unconvinced that the Obamacare repeal will go far enough to Make America Sick Again, Donald Trump has decided that kids aren't getting enough salt.

Virginia judge orders group home to let a man with cerebral palsy return within weeks

Alex Scott, 45, who has cerebral palsy, is expected to be moved to a nursing home Saturday after 38 days at Inova Loudoun hospital in Leesburg, Va. After being stranded for more than a month at a hospital, a 45-year-old man with cerebral palsy may be a step closer to returning to his Northern Virginia group home.

Mixing politics with grains and salt: U.S. Agriculture Secretary comes to northern Virginia to sign school lunch changes proclamation

U.S. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue chose to come to northern Virginia April 24 to sign a proclamation designed to provide greater flexibility in school meal programs across the country next year.

Loudoun supervisors debate a transitiona language in Comprehensive Plan vision statement

As Loudoun heads into Phase III of its Comprehensive Plan process, the Board of Supervisors considered a draft high-level vision statement and goals for the new plan during its business meeting Tuesday.

Loudoun County online tax payment system experiencing glitches on payment deadline day

Loudoun County's tax payment portal is experiencing glitches today, which is the first half deadline to pay personal property taxes.

The Trump Health Ideology in Action

They have more ways to kill you than just taking away your health care. It's a multifaceted war on you .

Will L.A. schools pass the salt and toss the whole wheat with relaxed Trump standards?

When it comes to higher standards for school food, L.A. Unified says: "Bring it on." The district is ready with such dishes as baked chicken drumsticks, carried here by senior cafeteria manager Anita Gonzales at Belvedere Elementary School.

Dairy Industry Applauds USDA Secretary Perdue For Supporting School Milk Options

DAIRY INDUSTRY APPLAUDS USDA SECRETARY PERDUE FOR SUPPORTING SCHOOL MILK OPTIONS May 4, 2017 Source: International Dairy Foods Association news release Dairy leaders thanked newly confirmed Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue for recognizing the important role school milk plays in ensuring school-aged children get the nutrition they need. In one of his first actions as Secretary of Agriculture, Perdue visited Catoctin Elementary School in Leesburg, Va., to announce that the U.S. Department of Agriculture will implement regulations to allow school districts to again offer low-fat flavored milk as part of the National School Lunch and School Breakfast programs.

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