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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.”

Middleburg Blog: Changes in Middleburg

For a small town, Middleburg had more changes in the last year than anyone working or living in the area could possibly have expected.

Cascades Blog: Falcons Landing raises $76,655 for Sterling Fire and Rescue

Falcons Landing residents recently presented $76,655 to the Sterling Volunteer Fire Company and the Sterling Volunteer Rescue Squad to be split evenly between the two programs.

River Creek Blog: The whimsical game of golf

Both Lansdowne and River Creek to an extent are golf course communities. And summer brings on a golfing population that can be competitive, recreational or strictly social.

Ashburn Blog: Eagle Scout collecting flags for Aug. 6 retirement ceremony

Mark Moore, a 10th grader from Leesburg, is working on his Eagle Scout project in coordination with Ashburn Volunteer Fire and Rescue.

Middleburg Blog: Motorist alert

Middleburg has changed parking enforcement recently.

River Creek Blog: Ted Garber at the Village Green

Renowned guitarist Ted Garber will bring his talent to Village on the Green in Lansdowne Town Center on July 21.

Cascades Blog: Eastern Loudoun schools among the state’s top 100

Six Eastern Loudoun Schools ranked among the top 100 schools in Virginia, according to Niche, a web-based service that provides parents with information on schools and school districts.

Sterling Blog: Funding the foundation

While you’re driving down Sterling Boulevard, you may have wondered how those medians are kept so well maintained and look so nice.

Cascades Blog: Hard-working students

Vivek Rao, a recent Dominion High School graduate, was named an Academic All-American by the National Speech and Debate Association, an organization focused on middle school, high school and college students.

Middleburg Blog: Bataoel announces mayoral candidacy

After 16 years as mayor of Middleburg, Betsy Davis will not be seeking re-election and will retire in 2018.

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