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A Loudoun Sheriff’s deputy stops a motorist for honking in support of protesters who line the sidewalk across the street from Calvary Temple. Times-Mirror/Doug Stroud

Protests against Sterling’s Calvary Temple heat up

It's been three months since two women came forward with sexual assault allegations against members of Sterling's Calvary Temple, and protesters continue to line the sidewalk across from the Pentecostal church each Sunday. More
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Two more Loudoun schools to offer full-day kindergarten

Two more elementary schools will offer full-day kindergarten this fall. The Loudoun County School Board approved with a 7-2 vote June 23 the expansion.
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New Virginia laws now in effect

Several new state laws, on issues of social media, breastfeeding and campus sexual assault, are now in effect with July 1 beginning the state's new fiscal year.


Wine Wednesday: Small pours from around the Loudoun wine scene

Bluemont Vineyards is celebrating an acclaimed “Double Gold” at the 2015 San Francisco International Wine Competition for their 2014 Petit Manseng, made exclusively of grapes from Loudoun County.

Students rowing their boats into Loudoun schools

Crew, perhaps more commonly known as rowing, has a growing presence in Loudoun, one which made a step toward county public school sponsorship last week when it became a tier-three sport.


Loudoun’s booming housing market has created concern that costs of new developments exceed tax revenue for the county. Courtesy photo/One Loudoun

New study shows Loudoun homes do, on average, earn their keep

A new study shows Loudoun’s residential development isn’t costing the county as much as it previously thought and, on average, new homes offset the drain of older county housing on county coffers.
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MORE: The Confederate statue at Loudoun’s courthouse: Should it stay or go?

Featuring a roughly 12-foot-tall, mounted Confederate soldier holding a gun, the statue was placed in Leesburg in 1908 and has remained for the past 107 years.
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Woodtrail Graziers in Round Hill. Courtesy/Ann Higgins

In Loudoun, rural economy grows differently

The federal numbers are in for how much the U.S. Department of Agriculture has contributed to Virginia's rural economy, but Loudoun's own agrarian endeavors may have outstripped these bolstering efforts.
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Ashburn native Taylor Clarke takes aim at MLB career

The month of June in the year 2015 will always be remembered by Broad Run High School alumnus Taylor Clarke as the time his life was forever changed.
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After a change of hands, the National Conference Center celebrates renewed vision

The conference center changed ownership in April 2014, and the past year has seen some changes in the facility’s vision and landscaping.

Briar Woods alum talks about 2015 World Cup experience

Lina Granados, who has dual citizenship with Colombia and the U.S., took a few minutes away from the team's busy schedule in Canada to answer a few questions about her experience so far, stepping onto the field for the first time, upsetting third-ranked France and the surreal feeling of playing the USA.

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