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    COUNTRYSIDE/CASCADES/STERLING: Lifting Spirits with a Package from Home

    Doug Green’s goal was a life of service. After graduating from Potomac Falls High School, he enlisted in the U.S. Army, where he served two tours of duty, supporting both Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom.

    ALL AROUND ASHBURN: Local author to launch baseball books benefiting Gavin Rupp’s Foundation

    With the help of her two sons, Jeanee Layman has written a baseball-themed book series targeting kids ages 9-12. The series is about an 11-year-old boy named Sam, who has unwavering admiration for his best friend, but little confidence in…

    RIVER CREEK/LANSDOWNE: Operation Homefront

    A wounded warrior recently used a newly-purchased track chair to navigate tough terrain. Photo Courtesy/Boulder Crest Retreat
    Vivian Dietrich of River Creek and the president of the Mid Atlantic Chapter of Operation Homefront, has just been nominated by the Loudoun Business Journal as one of 20 women in Loudoun County “Who Mean Business.” This honor is more…

    STERLING BOULEVARD: Hoppity hop

    The world is full of absurdly cute animals. Obviously the cutest is the otter, but bunnies aren’t that far behind. If you can’t be an otter, then being a bunny is a good second option.

    Most…

    INTO THE WEST: Aldie United Methodist Church honors Mrs. Stanley “Pinky” Rice

    Aldie United Methodist Church honored “Pinky” Rice at a fellowship luncheon and celebration on March 22.
    The congregation of Aldie United Methodist Church on March 22 gathered to honor one of its members, Mrs. Stanley “Pinky” Rice, known to hundreds of friends and neighbors as Miss Pinky. She has been and will continue to be, one…

    PURCELLVILLE PROGRESS: “Living La Vino LoCo” fundraiser set for April 11

    Kenneth Culbert Elementary’s PTA is in the midst of planning its inaugural wine tasting and silent auction event at 8 Chains North Winery off Route 9 in Waterford, April 11 from 5-8 p.m.

    The group received a…

    LOVETTSVILLE LIVING: Town goes ape for first local business expo

    A menacing-looking gorilla met visitors at the first Local Business Expo in Lovettsville. Times-Mirror/John McNeilly
    One doesn’t usually associate a menacing-looking gorilla at the front door of a business expo as a welcoming sign, but when it’s holding a handful of colorful balloons, and is joined by an enormous stuffed duck, well, that’s an intriguing…

    COUNTRYSIDE/CASCADES/STERLING: March Madness in Eastern Loudoun

    There are definite signs of spring in the air. The ducks have returned to their favorite body of water at Dulles Town Center. March Madness is taking over River Bend Middle School. And the AARP is offering free tax help…

    PURCELLVILLE PROGRESS: Partners Club Ball a “huge success”

    The 8th Annual Partners Club Ball was held Feb. 27 at Loudoun Valley High School, bringing together approximately 160 club members from 12 high schools, including LVHS, Woodgrove and Loudoun County.

    “It was a night of old…

    INTO THE WEST: Preservation and conservation in western Loudoun

    Loudoun County is known nationally for a number of reasons, and its rapid growth and development has gotten national attention in the last few years.

    However, western Loudoun has experienced a slower rate of growth than other…

    STERLING BOULEVARD: Magical thinking

    If you’ve ever spoken to a child, you know their mind is a fascinating place. It’s full of connections that only make sense to them, reasons that only they understand and solutions to problems never even imagined. However, as they…

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