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    STERLING BOULEVARD:Dates and boys

    I will tell you right now that this column is not what you think it's about. One, my daughter is thankfully too young to date. Two, I only write about things that I’m an expert in, and I’m not in…

    RIVER CREEK/LANSDOWNE: Slovakia comes to Loudoun

    Zuzana Danielova
    One of the lifeguards at the Harper Clubhouse in Lansdowne is from Sovakia. It’s her second year coming to the states. I asked her what was most notable about Lansdowne? Zuzana Danielova replied without hesitation: People. “So nice,” she says.…

    PURCELLVILLE PROGRESS: Water tower ravens featured in children’s book

    A local author has taken her interest in nature photography and turned it into a children’s book.

    The book, by Purcellville resident Sandra Stein, is called “The Water Tower Ravens.” Her story showcases a family of…

    LOVETTSVILLE LIVING: “Wild on the Green” celebrates late summer

    Remember those spontaneous, late-summer kickball games as a kid? Well, it’s never too late to get back in the game. The Town of Lovettsville, already known for quirky events such as “Black and Blue on the Green,” a resident flag…

    INTO THE WEST: Art in the Mosby Heritage Area

    Donna Clark will have a solo exhibit of her paintings in September at Live an Artful Life Gallery.
    There are multiple reasons for those who live inside D.C. to drive west, not only to view the scenic countryside, but for the community resources, events, activities, shopping and shows – all that draw thousands of visitors along the Mosby…

    COUNTRYSIDE/CASCADES/STERLING: The Back to School Brigade: Supporting military families

    If you dropped off school supplies at the two Dollar Tree stores in Sterling this summer for the Operation Homefront Back to School Brigade program, your donations are on the way this week to families of service members and wounded…

    COUNTRYSIDE/CASCADE/STERLING: Sterling’s Summer Scholars

    School may be out for the summer, but some eastern Loudoun educators and students are still hard at work on the path of lifelong learning.

    If you ask Dominion High School English teacher Karrie Rinder what she…

    COUNTRYSIDE/CASCADES/STERLING: Bright Lights Bring Big Concerns

    On the evening of July 24, Cascades residents living near the Potomack Lakes Sportsplex found themselves unexpectedly in the spotlight—and on the front lines of a conflict between extremely well-lit sports fields and the expectations of quiet suburban neighborhoods.

    STERLING BOULEVARD: Happy Anniversary

    Last year, my parents celebrated 50 years of marriage. As wonderful as my parents’ 50 years have been, it hasn’t done a whole lot for the Sterling community. To be fair, they do live two hours south. However, a Sterling…

    RIVER CREEK/LANSDOWNE: Summer reading

    My literary habits have no discipline, rather an apportioned dose of disorganization. I was thinking of joining one of the book clubs in River Creek as they have a sterling record in the literary field. My only problem is that…

    INTO THE WEST: Middleburg’s new town planner

    William M. Moore, Middleburg's new town planner
    William M. Moore has begun his work in Middleburg as town planner and zoning administrator after working in Winchester for 13 years. He felt that he had learned a good deal in Winchester but wanted a job as primary planner.…

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