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The scene at the Pembrooke community in Sterling where 17-year-old Danny Centeno-Miranda was shot. The Park View High School student later died at a local hospital. Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Loudoun law enforcement agencies alerted to Sterling gangs

It's been a month since Park View High School student Danny Centeno-Miranda was gunned down as he made his way to a bus stop near the Pembrooke community in Sterling. Still, little is known about the motive behind 17-year-old Centeno-Miranda's death. More

Wine Wednesday: Another well-deserved record year for Virginia Wine

In what's becoming an annual tradition, Virginia's governor announced the record year in late September, just ahead of Virginia Wine Month in October.

Delgaudio v. Saines: Loudoun’s most polarizing politician on the November ballot

Delgaudio's closest contest in the Democratic-leaning district came in 2007, when he defeated Jeanne West by 5 percent.

Cookology owner Maria Kopsidas. Times-Mirror/File photo

Sterling’s Cookology gives corporate team building new taste twist

Cookology's owner has picked up on a turn toward culinary entertainment and experience in the U.S. that has allowed her business to reach beyond its brick-and-mortar home.

Rachel McAdams, Michael Keaton and Mark Ruffalo star in “Spotlight”, kicking off opening night at Middleburg Film Festival. Courtesy/YouTube

Middleburg Film Festival unveils full slate; Meg Ryan to attend

With 23 narrative, foreign and documentary films planned, the festival's organizers have a full plate for its attendees. Middleburg Film Festival opens that Thursday with Tom McCarthy’s “Spotlight”.

Where it stands: Full-day kindergarten in Loudoun

Loudoun is one of just three counties in Virginia – and the only district in the Washington area – without universal full-day kindergarten. Here is a breakdown of one of the most highly talked about issues this political season.

The fairly new Poker Room upstairs at Shoes Cup and Cork. Facebook/Shoes Cup and Cork

Shoes: From coffeehouse to garden to speakeasy in one Leesburg stop

The latest major change came last December, when Shoe’s expanded upstairs, opening its Poker Room in what used to be the living quarters of the family that owned the shoe repair shop.

Top Va. Democrats line up behind Hillary Clinton

Essentially all of Virginia's top Democrats announced their support today for Hillary Clinton over her Democratic primary challengers, with Clinton's camp announcing members of the “Hillary for Virginia Leadership Council.”
Top three reasons to maintain a pond

Ponds require maintenance and it is really important to have a healthy pond which can provide years and years of enjoyment.


How you can increase the value of your home
Perfect Pavements

The design will depend largely on how you want to enhance your lifestyle and what style appeals more to you and your personality.

The value of community banking
Perfect Pavements

In general, banks of all sizes offer the same array of services, from online bill paying to wire transfers… you name it. However, fees for these services are most often much lower at community banks.

Loudoun’s Noah Reimers featured on SportsCenter’s Top 10

Reimers rushed for 64 yards and three touchdowns in the victory. The 2014 Virginia Gatorade Player of the Year as a senior at Tuscarora, Reimers has five rushing touchdowns overall for the Crimson (3-0).

Abortion, birth control, race top Supreme Court’s agenda

The justices are returning to the bench on Monday for the start of their new term and their first public appearance together since a number of high-profile decisions in June.

NOVA-Loudoun invites community to STEM Day

Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA) is hosting Loudoun County STEM Day at its Loudoun Campus on Saturday, Oct. 17 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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