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    ALL AROUND ASHBURN: Ashburn Rotary provides grant for new fire safety book

    Loudoun Fire Chief W. Keith Brower Jr. and author Cindy Chambers recently read the book “Beamer Talks About Fire Safety."
    The Rotary Club of Ashburn will honor well-known author Cindy Chambers of the Tell Me Town Foundation at its annual Rotary Day. The award will be presented to Chambers for her work on the “Tell Me Town” book series Oct.…

    RIVER CREEK/LANSDOWNE: Nobel Prize visits Janelia

    Dr. Robert Eric Belzig, group leader at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, has been awarded the Nobel Prize for chemistry along with two other scientists. His work with the “development of the super-resolved fluorescent microscopy” has brought him international recognition.…

    STERLING BOULEVARD: Helping those who help us

    We tend to take a lot of things for granted. When we go to the store, we know there will be donuts. We know that there will be a Starbucks within a few miles of wherever we might be –…

    INTO THE WEST: Unison Heritage Day Fall Festival kicks off Oct. 25

    The Piedmont Hounds greet visitors to Unison's Fall Heritage Day. Photo Courtesy/Dara Bailey Designs
    The Unison Preservation Society is preparing for its 11th Annual Unison Heritage Day Festival taking place from 1 to 5 p.m. Oct. 25. The event is becoming increasingly popular with community leaders and residents in western Loudoun. It's held each…

    PURCELLVILLE PROGRESS: Old 690 hosts chili cook-off

    Bob Flanagan, Shannon Grey and Rob Minniti, winners of the inaugural Old 690 Chili Cook-off. Times-Mirror Karen Graham.
    Saturday’s cool and rainy weather was perfect for cooking chili, and Old 690 Brewing Company, at 15660 Ashbury Church Road, hosted its inaugural Chili Cook-off.

    Rob Minniti was named grand champion for his white chicken chili. Dan…

    LOVETTSVILLE LIVING: Social media are frequently bad-mouthed. And for good reason.

    Social media are frequently bad-mouthed. And for good reason.

    People gape at and text about it on their phones while driving, during the middle of a movie or while holding up grocery lines. We often have to…

    COUNTRYSIDE/CASCADES/STERLING: On the run for art education

    Sterling residents and expert runners Ray and Cathy Pugsley, two of the owners of the Potomac River Running stores, have coached a small army of area runners and also have provided the resources to present a host of local running-related…


    It’s ba-a-a-a-ck. If you’re ready to jump right into the fright-filled month of October with an evening in the haunted woods at Algonkian Regional Park, you’ll find four weekends of thrills and chills waiting for you in Cascades. The grand…

    PURCELLVILLE PROGRESS: Hunt Country Jewelers celebrates one-year anniversary

    Customers look at jewelry at Hunt Country Jewelers in Purcellville. Courtesy Photo
    It has been one year since Hunt Country Jewelers moved to its Main Street location in Purcellville and the owners of the custom jewelry design store could not be happier.

    “We are thrilled to be here,”…

    INTO THE WEST: Celebrating the harvest and history in Aldie

    Chuck the Duck greets everyone at a past Aldie Fall Festival. Photo Courtesy/Donna Clark
    Celebrating the harvest and history in Aldie

    Need a weekend in the country? Spend the third weekend in October visiting the historic Aldie Village and enjoy a fun-filled and educational weekend.

    It’s an…

    STERLING BOULEVARD: Put your mind to it

    Ask a small child how a rainbow is formed, and you’ll generally hear a non-scientific answer that’s worthy of a giggle or two. But beyond that child not knowing about water droplets and light refraction work together, the answer is…

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