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    BREAKING NEWS: UPDATE: Sheriff: Suspect in Erica Smith murder committed suicide

    COUNTRYSIDE/CASCADES/STERLING: Cracker Barrel comes to Sterling

    This week, Sterling has one more reason to become a destination for many in Loudoun and beyond—it is now home to the newest Cracker Barrel Old Country Store restaurant in the Washington suburbs.

    The Sterling store, located…

    COUNTRYSIDE/CASCADES/STERLING: Fun away from the sun in Sterling

    While it may be hot, hot, hot outdoors, cool things are happening indoors throughout steamy eastern Loudoun.

    Off to the air races: The After Hours Teen Center at the Cascades Library hosts an evening of paper airplane…

    PURCELLVILLE PROGRESS: Summer fun in Purcellville

    Free skate and movie nights

    Have you checked out the free movie and skate nights at Bush Tabernacle this summer? Every Wednesday from 7 to 10 p.m., a movie will start off the evening and skating begins…

    INTO THE WEST: Middleburg’s summer activities

    Middleburg Farmers Market, open every Saturday morning and located behind the community center in the parking lot, is managed by Cindy Pearson, as part of the economic development program. The market has grown and has become a popular gathering place…

    LOVETTSVILLE LIVING: Germany scores, Lovettsville wins

    Lovettsville residents watch the World Cup final at the Mad Horse Pub. Times-Mirror/John McNeilly
    Lovettsville was founded by German settlers in 1732.

    It’s difficult to imagine those original founders could have envisioned that well over two centuries later, town residents would pour into a local brew pub to root for a…

    STERLING BOULEVARD: Drama camp for everyone

    When you’re struck by the acting bug, you live to be on the stage. But for some kids in our area, that may be harder than you think. Going to drama camps and participating in theatre productions can sometimes simply…

    RIVER CREEK: Lifeguards at River Creek

    Each summer lifeguards who provide a safety net for the swimmers nearly always come from Europe and mostly from Eastern Europe. Of the four I spoke with two were from Istanbul, Turkey and it was their first time in the…

    ALL AROUND ASHBURN: Ashburn mom leads local team for postpartum awareness

    From left to right: Amy Burger, Shannon Farruk, Heather Coleman, Jilian Breeden, Jennifer Marshall and Emma Rinker.
    On June 21, a local group gathered for a hike at Great Falls to raise money and awareness for postpartum depression, as part of the 2nd annual Climb Out of the Darkness.

    Jennifer Marshall, a Ashburn mental…

    COUNTRYSIDE/CASCADES/STERLING: Eastern Loudoun Students Rock

    Students in eastern Loudoun have racked up a trophy case full of honors while working to hone their skills in a variety of fields.

    Michelle Castro of Dominion High School and Julia Groves of Park View High…

    LOVETTSVILLE LIVING: Community roundup

    New Rob Jones documentary released

    Citizens of Lovettsville are well aware of the brave journey U.S. Marine Rob Jones, a town native who’s made a remarkable and inspiring recovery from his traumatic battlefield wounds suffered in Afghanistan.…

    INTO THE WEST: Middleburg Hunt and Salamander

    Members of Middleburg Hunt and their guests attend the annual Hunt Ball. From Left: Chet Moore; Dr. Domingo Suaetengco, Dr. Al G
    Middleburg Hunt’s history rivals any other hunt in the country, and it is one of the best known of the hunts. Jeffrey M. Blue, M.F.H., and Mrs. John B. (Penny) Denegre, M.F.H., are joint masters of the famous hunt which…

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