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Sterling Blog: ‘On 42nd Street’

In just a week, “42nd Street,” directed by Sterling’s own John Geddie, will hit the stage at the theatre at Potomac Falls High School, 6400 Algonkian Pkwy., and the cast is bringing their dancing shoes and singing songs that you will be belting out in the shower for weeks to come, including “We’re in the Money” and “The Lullaby of Broadway.”

River Creek Blog: Crossing the Potomac

History tells us that this month 154 years ago, Union troops congregated on what is now the driving range, the ninth hole of the golf course and confluence park in River Creek.

Sterling Blog: Congrats to the Thunder Cats!

This past weekend, our own Lower Loudoun Girls Softball League’s 10U Thundercats won the Loudoun Softball Alliance Championship, going against the Herndon S.W.A.T.

Cascades Blog: Eastern Loudoun’s helping hands

The Lowes Island-based One Kind Act project is gearing up its summer collection of school supplies for the coming school year for children in need in Washington.

River Creek Blog: River Creek golf pro nominated for award

Scott Seville, assistant golf professional at the River Creek Golf Club, is a top 10 finalist to be nominated for the Club Corps assistant golf professional of the year.

Middleburg Blog: Bluemont Vineyard celebrates Father’s Day June 16-18

Bluemont Vineyard will host a special BREWmont Vineyard Father’s Day Celebration June 16-18.

Cascades Blog: Titans earn international awards

Seven Dominion High School marketing students earned top honors at the DECA International Career Development Conference in Anaheim, Calif. Paige Stevens and Mathew Traenkle earned spots in the Top 10 Role Play and Top 10 Overall in the Travel and Tourism Team Decision Making category.

Purcellville Blog: Summer reading program kicks-off June 10

The day after Loudoun’s students begin summer break, Loudoun County Public Libraries will launch their annual summer reading program. This year’s theme is “Build a Better World.”

Middleburg Blog: Dangerous country roads

Snickersville Turnpike is one of the loveliest drives in this part of the country, a roadway that was once an American Indian trail, and now a scenic drive between two quaint little villages that tourists love.

Sterling Blog: You say it’s your birthday

Live local, shop local and party local.

River Creek Blog: Concerts and movies

The Loudoun Symphony recommends you “kick off the summer by bringing your friends and family to picnic on the lawn and enjoy a free outdoor concert.”

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