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Stanley Caulkins at his new shop off Catoctin Circle Southeast. Times-Mirror/Sydney Kashiwagi

Caulkins Jewelers honors its roots after 60 years

Stanley Caulkins has seen it all. From working as a bellhop at the old hotel in downtown Leesburg waiting on officials from the Japanese Embassy a week before the attack on Pearl Harbor to watching dairy farms and mom and pop shops clear the way for big box stores and ultimately Leesburg’s transformation. More

Hero driver saves 32 kids from smoking Loudoun school bus

While driving her usual route to Harmony Middle School yesterday morning, Michele Coates was faced with an emergency she's trained for, but never thought she'd have to encounter.
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Loudoun supervisors advance consideration on property tax relief for three nonprofits

Loudoun supervisors agreed Sept. 22 to advance consideration on property tax relief exemptions for three local nonprofits to a public hearing.


Cast members rehearse “A WILL to Survive,” a rock opera that will debut at the Hill School in Middleburg Oct. 2.
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Musical touring Loudoun County schools addresses suicide prevention

"A WILL To Survive," a 45-minute rock opera produced by A Place To Be music therapy, aims to reach teenagers with music and lyrics they can relate to. The show will begin touring Loudoun County Public Schools as part of the Same Sky Project this year, with a goal of performing in every middle and high school by spring 2018.

Jason Sturm
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Ashburn’s Jason Sturm set to defend World Cup championship title

The para-athlete and owner of Ashburn's Old Glory Gym is about to embark on his next season of World Cup para-bobsledding competitions


As Clinton focuses on debate, Trump visits Virginia, says he’d champion women

As Trump campaigned in the battleground state of Virginia, Clinton stayed close to home in New York while preparing for Monday night's opening debate.
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Process, growth at heart of Leesburg Town Council debate

Some candidates called for a change in the way Leesburg Town Council carries out the vision for the town as the incumbents defended the governing body's track record during a Thursday night forum hosted by the League of Women Voters.
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Supervisors approve major rezoning at long-stalled Lexington 7 property

Supervisors approved on Thursday a major rezoning to the long-stalled Lexington 7 property.
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Supervisors approve Harris Teeter expansion plans

Loudoun Supervisors approved Thursday a zoning concept amendment and a special exception application for a gas station at a mega Harris Teeter planned for the Kirkpatrick West Commercial Center in Aldie.
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17 Loudoun middle schoolers taken to hospital after school bus smokes and leaks gas

The bus was on the way to school on Berlin Turnpike when a call was made to emergency services for a bus fire, according to an email notification from Harmony Principal Eric Stewart.
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Loudoun fifth-graders study environmental impact of their school, raise money to rebuild ecosystem

A few years ago the area where Madison's Trust Elementary School now stands was all forest. Fifth-graders at the school this year are studying the environmental impact of the construction to the ecosystem and how to help reverse it.
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Seniors seek help at Dulles activity center

It started off as a typical Tuesday morning in late August for 73-year-old Sue Meck of South Riding. Three days a week, Meck drives over to the Dulles South Senior Activity Center in South Riding where she attends line dancing classes on Tuesday and other activities the center offers to Loudoun’s senior citizens.

The largest planting in the US of this rare grape is here in Loudoun wine country

Across several French Appellations d'Origine Contrôlée, or controlled wine regions, the grape is known as Mansois, Pinenc, Brocol and a slew of other synonyms, lending to its mystique.

Investigation into fatal Lansdowne crash that killed baby continues

Authorities are refusing to comment on how long they believe it will take to conclude an investigation into the death of a 5-month-old boy who, along with his mother, were hit by an SUV three weeks ago in Lansdowne.
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Woodgrove High School principal refutes online rumors of violent threat to campus

Woodgrove High School Principal William Shipp this afternoon sent an email notification assuring parents and students it is safe to attend class tomorrow despite rumors circulating social media that there will be a “violent incident” on campus.
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MORE: Kesari sentenced to three months in prison

Hamilton Town Councilman and former deputy campaign manager for Republican Ron Paul's 2012 presidential bid Dimitri Kesari was sentenced Wednesday to three months in prison for a pay-for-support scheme during the Iowa caucuses in 2011.
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