Category Archives: Loudoun Journalism

Loudoun County Real Estate Tax Bill: $67

While everyone in Loudoun County pays the same real estate tax rate, not everyone pays taxes on 100% of the value of their property. Some property owners apply to have their real estate taxes deferred under programs that set aside … Continue reading

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The ask

The Stone Bridge Booster Club operates as a public charity under Internal Revenue Service restrictions on political activity. This is the text of an email sent from the booster club president to the email addresses on the club’s Yahoo group … Continue reading

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What a coincidence!

By Thomas Heath The Washington Post August 12, 2012 Sterling-based JK Moving Services, a 31-year-old mover started by entrepreneur Chuck Kuhn at age 16, is launching a $750,000, five-month multimedia advertising campaign starting Aug. 13 . The company, with $85 … Continue reading

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What is wrong with Loudoun County?

In Loudoun County, when law enforcement is summoned to throw a journalist out of an open public meeting at the request of local officials drunk on their own power, even the two town newspapers turn away. But in Cumming, Georgia, everyone knows that if … Continue reading

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“Journalism,” Loudoun-style

This story was copied and pasted directly from the Loudoun Times Mirror’s web site in the public domain. Give it a read and see if you notice any non-standard journalistic wording… If you do, contact the publisher, Peter Arundel, directly. … Continue reading

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