This is a good week to be in Sterling, because there’s just so much going on.
In recognition of Black History Month, African American Bazil Newman and his family in the early 1800s, farmed the land that is now the River Creek Community.
Paula Combs, senior editor and public relations manager for the Piedmont Environmental Council, sends messages to both the council's supporters and to the communities throughout Virginia.
This time of year is usually perfect for breaking out of a boring winter routine by brushing up on an old skill—or learning a new one.
The Rotary Club of Ashburn is hosting their 5th Annual Mardi Bras event on Feb. 28 from 6-9 p.m. at Blackfinn Ameripub in Loudoun Station.
To go down Davis Drive and through the office parks that line it is to experience a cross section of businesses.
Another Martinis Matter is scheduled at the River Creek Club for Feb. 18 from 6-9 p.m. in support of the Ashburn Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department (AVFRD)—now the first responder for the River Creek Community.
The Loudoun County Senior Center at Cascades takes a walk on the romantic side Feb. 21 when it presents the fan-favorite film “Somewhere in Time,” starring Christopher Reeve and Jane Seymour.
A new service owned by Ashburn residents Renee and Donald Ventrice aims to provide custom “high end” tours to Loudoun's wineries and breweries starting this spring.
Animal Au Paws, a pet sitting and walking service based in Purcellville, is sponsoring their sixth annual Have a Heart for Homeless Pets drive Feb. 13-18. Donations will be accepted at Hoof and Paw in Purcellville, Countryside Animal Clinic in Sterling, Ashburn Village Animal Hospital,and Leesburg Veterinary Hospital.