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Sterling Blog: Celebrate Sterling this Friday

This Friday our Park View High School Patriots are hosting a huge pre-game event to celebrate Sterling as the best home town.

Purcellville Blog: Be colorful at the We’re All Human Run Oct. 1

In an effort to raise awareness about teen suicide and bring the community together for an important cause, Loudoun's We're All Human 5K Color Run will be held Oct. 1 at 11 a.m. at Woodgrove High School in Purcellville.

River Creek Blog: Remembering 9/11

This week marks the 16th anniversary of the tragedy on 9/11.

Middleburg Blog: Middleburg makes plans

The Town of Middleburg has scheduled the second of its community work sessions with public input for its Comprehensive Plan.

Cascades Blog: Falcons Landing Residents in the Senior Olympics

Nine Falcons Landing residents are participating this month in Northern Virginia Senior Olympics competitions held in a variety of locations throughout Northern Virginia.

Ashburn Blog: Ashburn’s Got Talent heads to semifinals this weekend

After 49 singers competed in Ashburn's Got Talent auditions over the past few weeks, 22 semifinalists remain, with the next round slated for Sept. 16 at 6 p.m.

Sterling Blog: Why don’t you ‘tri’ it?

Watching a triathlon really makes you in awe of the people who do these things, especially since I’m often killing a box of cookies (Girl Scout Samoas) when I flip past it on the television.

River Creek Blog: Charity Classic at River Creek

The River Creek Club will sponsor a golf outing on Sept.17 to benefit Capital Caring‘s Adler Center, Augies Quest and the Employee Partner Care Foundation.

Purcellville Blog: Wheatland Farm’s ‘Dinner at Downton Abbey’ set for Sept. 30

Wheatland Farm has announced its 11th Annual Gala will be held Sept. 30, with the theme “Dinner at Downton Abbey.”

Middleburg Blog: There is music

The vineyards in western Loudoun have music as well as fine wine and views.

Ashburn Blog: Race in the ‘Tri For Love’ Sept. 24

When Ashburn resident Taylor Love was diagnosed with Stage IV neuroblastoma cancer in 2006 at the age of 18 months, the community rallied to support the Love family through a very emotional and difficult journey.

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