|The Living Legacy Project
A new project from the Journey Through Hallowed Grounds has begun an ambitious project to plan 620,000 trees, each representing a fallen Civil War soldier.
|Extreme history at Journey Through Hallowed Grounds Camp
Each year, students from Loudoun go extreme about history through this camp from Journey Through Hallowed Grounds. Video produced by LCPS-TV.
|Journey Through Hallowed Grounds teaches through filmaking
Created through Comcast newsmakers, this video shows how the Journey Through Hallowed Grounds teaches students about history through the creation of student-created videos.
|Boulder Crest Retreat built on strong family values
Boulder Crest Retreat, a place for wounded warriors and their families to get away, officially opened Sept 6 with a grand, day-long ceremony.The journey to get there was long and emotional.
|Loudoun Athletes of the Year 2013
The Loudoun Times-Mirror on June 7 awarded 28 high school students with Athletes of the Year awards during the inaugural banquet.
|Leesburg couple celebrates 60 years
On Feb. 21, Wayne and Carolyn Reynolds celebrated 60 years of marriage. They share their secret to a lifetime of love and happiness together with the Loudoun Times-Mirror
|The Chorus of the Old Dominion
The Chorus of the Old Dominion, a group of 15 to 22 men, have sung together for nearly a decade. On Feb. 7, the group was rehearsing for its annual Singing Valentine ritual, where the serenade residents on the big day. The event is the staple of the group’s fundraising.
|Willy the Warrior
Willy, a 7-year-old labradoodle, survived days caught in a fence in freezing temperatures.
|Vultures take over Leesburg
The U.S. Department of Agricultural worked from Jan. 7-11, 2013, to scare off a roost of at least 200 black and turkey vultures from a Leesburg neighborhood. The vultures were stripping bark from trees and tearing apart the rubber on roofs and cars, as well as causing a health hazard.
|Loudoun County contest to be featured on TLC’s “DC Cupcakes”
Abby Wohlhueter, 7, of Culpeper, won the Loudoun County Fair’s cupcake contest judged by TLC’s DC Cupcake ladies July 27.
|Obama makes a stop at LCHS in Leesburg
President Barack Obama makes a stop in Leesburg at Loudoun County High School Aug. 2.
Each year, the Loudoun Times-Mirror celebrates some of the county’s most outstanding senior students, chosen from a spectrum of scholastic pursuits, such as civil outreach, sports, arts, science and leadership. For details on the future leaders, click here.
This year, a Times-Mirror community panel selected 15 Future Leaders from more than 80 nominations.
|Into the trenches
Eric Penka, history teacher at Harper Park Middle transforms his classroom into the trenches of World War I.
|Dominion High School participates in free wig program
Shannon Freeman, an art teacher at Dominion High School proposed a challenge of growing their hair out then donating it. Part of the Beautiful Lengths Event with Pantene and the American Cancer Society, more than 50 students partook in the challenge to cut their hair March 30.
|The B-17 Aluminum Overcast Flying Fortress
On Aug. 16, the crew of the B-17 Aluminum Overcast Flying Fortress took the media and two World War II veterans up for a ride in the historic aircraft. The aircraft is open for tours and rides from Aug. 17-19 at Leesburg Executive Airport.
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