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Re-Love It in Purcellville has amassed more than 1,000 ugly sweaters for customers to choose from. Photo Courtesy/Re-Love It

Purcellville’s Re-Love It ready for national Ugly Sweater Day

The ugly Christmas sweater party is one of those trends most love to hate.

Ashburn student taps her way to Germany

In the midst of the holiday, Stone Bridge High School junior Miranda Turnbull makes her way to Riesa, Germany, as one of a team of tap-dancers for the American Tap Company at the World Tap Championships Dec. 1-5.

Mother Gina Rubin and daughter Iliana, 7, are battling cancer together. Courtesy Photo

Purcellville Community rallies for mother and daughter battling cancer

For the Rubin family of Purcellville, this past summer began much like every other summer – their kids swam in the pool, played with friends and they went on a family vacation in July.

500 freeze their gizzards to help fill shelves at Loudoun Interfaith Relief

About 500 runners froze their gizzards in the annual Freeze Your Gizzard 5K at Ida Lee Park on Nov. 21.

Del. Jim LeMunyon files bill to fight McAuliffe’s I-66 tolling plan

Legislation for the 2016 Virginia General Assembly is starting to roll in, and number one on the list – literally – is Northern Virginia Del. Jim LeMunyon's proposal to prohibit tolling on I-66 inside the Beltway.

George Clinton’s world-class funk had everyone dancing at the Tally Ho on Nov. 21. Times-Mirror/Hannah Dellinger

George Clinton makes history in Leesburg

Nov. 21 was a night of freedom, funk and unity. People of all ages, ethnicities and walks of life came to together Nov. 21 to get down to George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic at the Tally Ho in Leesburg.

Kevin Longendyke, owner of DIG Records and Vintage, files away vinyl in his shop. Times-Mirror/Hannah Dellinger

At long last, Leesburg gets its own vinyl shop

Loudoun native Kevin Longendyke recently moved back from Richmond to open DIG Records & Vintage in downtown Leesburg. The shop sits atop Cultured, a soul food restaurant, at 212 Loudoun St.

Local wines wooed Wine Tourism Conference attendees at Thursday’s Lansdowne Resort dinner. Pictured are three tasty bottles from Lost Creek, Dry Mill and Hiddencroft. Times-Mirror/Trevor Baratko

Wine Tourism Conference in Loudoun: ‘Wine is a dream maker’

In its fifth year, Zephyr Adventures' Wine Tourism Conference brought together vinous experts and underscored the weighty impact the wine industry has on tourism, both within and outside the U.S.

Darcy has been cutting hair at the Loudoun Adult Detention Center for two years. Times-Mirror/Anna Harris

Shave and a haircut: Taming inmate manes at Loudoun’s Adult Detention Center

Meet Darcy. She's a barber and cuts inmates' hair at Loudoun's Adult Detention Center every Wednesday.

Leesburg-based makeup artist Victoria Stiles and Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz, a senator from Texas. Courtesy Photo

She’s back at it: Leesburg’s Stiles styles Ted Cruz

Makeup artist Victoria Stiles has styled many a celebrity, including Vice President Joe Biden (D), business mogul Richard Branson, NBA Hall of Famer Magic Johnson, the Washington Wizards' Bradley Beal, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen and a dozen others.

If you build it, they will rock: Leesburg’s only concert venue coming into its own

Three years after transitioning from movie a theater, the Tally Ho sees bigger music acts and crowds.

Harmony Methodist Church members, from left to right, Elizabeth Tandy, Marsha Keim and Barbara Gatewood show off the fruits of their labor as they gear up for the annual Holiday Bazaar. Times-Mirror/Karen Graham

Hamilton church gears up for annual Holiday Bazaar

Get a head start on holiday shopping Nov. 21 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the popular Holiday Bazaar hosted by Harmony Methodist Church.

Frances Ferrell of Leesburg knits hats for the homeless. Courtesy Photo

82-year-old Leesburg woman gives back by knitting hats for the homeless

Frances Ferrell says she started to knit hats as a result of the Outreach Ministry of First Mount Olive Baptist Church of Leesburg to the homeless.

O’Connor stepping down as Oatlands board chairman

Leesburg businessman Michael O'Connor, who has chaired the Board of Directors at Oatlands for 15 years, is stepping down from that position.

Leesburg resident Karen Shaufeld reflects on the solar array being installed over five acres at her River Farm. Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Leesburg farm changing the equation with massive solar array

From her 63-acre farm, the Leesburg entrepreneur and philanthropist is cultivating what may be Virginia’s largest privately-financed solar array on personal property.
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