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Roadwork scheduled in Purcellville

The town's contractor will be working July 7 on Nursery Avenue near Fireman's Field, reducing the road to one lane during business hours. The work is part of the town officials' efforts to reduce inflow and infiltration into Purcellville's sanitary sewer system.

Movie in the Lovettsvile park

The next Movie in the Park will be "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" July 9.

Mary Beth Mitesser runs College Girl Cakery from her Ashburn home, taking orders through a Facebook page for her baked goods

College student bakes affordable goodies

Ashburn resident Mary Beth Mitesser, 18, said her baking business began when she and a friend were bored and decided to make another friend's birthday cake in the shape of a dinosaur.

New funding will grant dreams of cancer patients

If you were a breast cancer patient and you knew you only had weeks to live, what would you do? Once you've called all your loved ones and finalized your will, the Tigerlily Foundation wants to make sure you do the things you've always wanted to do.

Take hazardous waste to collection event July 17

Residents can bring household hazardous waste to Heritage High School in Leesburg July 17 from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The school is at 520 Evergreen Mill Road.

Yes on Kincora – for a better Loudoun

The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors on July 12 will consider a motion to approve Kincora Village, a massive mixed-use development on the west side of the intersection of routes 28 and 7.

County leaders brace for redrawing of political lines

Population growth means changes for supervisors' districts

County launches new youth program

County leaders are seeking high school students to participate in a new youth leadership program.

Keep learning in Loudoun all summer long

Studies show that summer learning programs make a powerful impact on a child's development. So while summer break may be a great time for children to have fun, experts say parents should allow them to enjoy the break without forgetting everything they learned in school the year before. There are plenty of ways for your kids' minds to stay engaged through Sept. 7, when they'll head back to school.

The BP station on Catoctin Circle in Leesburg. Times-Mirror Staff Photo/Raymond Thompson

Despite oil spill, local BP stations take little hit

Millions of gallons of crude oil continue to surface in the Gulf of Mexico.

Loudoun Education Foundation names new director

The Loudoun Education Foundation named Robin M. Mong as its new executive director. Mong will oversee key operational aspects of the organization, including fund-raising, community outreach and coordination with schools throughout the county.

NVCC ranks second in number of associate degrees

Northern Virginia Community College awards more associate degrees than all other two-year institutions except one, according to a report by Community College Week.

Leesburg residents stop to wave at the camera during the FOX 5 live morning broadcast at Leesburg’s courthouse lawn July 2. The broadcast lasted from 6 to 10 a.m. Times-Mirror Staff Photo/Raymond Thompson

Local TV station features Leesburg in live summer special

On July 2, FOX 5 filmed its live morning broadcast on the courthouse lawn, drawing a small crowd of residents, town leaders and small business owners.

Baby bear hit by flatbed trailer near Aldie

An 18-month-old black bear strayed too far from its mother June 30 and was struck by a flatbed trailer near Aldie.

Where to go to treat World Cup fever

The living room TV might have been good enough for the group stage World Cup matches, but if you're looking to watch the dramatic final games unfold in a great sporting atmosphere, here are some local places that can provide the full excitement of the World Cup.

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