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Groundbreaking ceremony

The Town of Purcellville held a groundbreaking ceremony April 5 for the installation of lights at Haske Field at 250 S. Nursery Ave.

Church property hearing set for next week

On April 13, the Virginia Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on a property dispute between the Episcopal Church of the Diocese of Virginia and nine churches in Loudoun and Fairfax counties.

Ashburn resident Taylor Love, 4, left, has formed a bond with 12-year-old Abby Miller, of Sterling, who is helping to raise money to aid Taylor’s fight against a rare form of cancer. Photo Courtesy/Mike Gillette.

Loudoun musicians rock for cancer research

On several weekends over the past two years, 12-year-old Abby Miller from Sterling has performed outside of strip malls and train stations to raise money for Taylor Love, a 4-year-old from Ashburn who is battling a rare form of cancer. Abby gets a helping hand with this cause April 11 as 75 local musicians from 15 bands will join her for Let's Rock Children's Cancer.

MTC receives accreditation

The Monroe Technology Center Graphic Communications program was recently awarded the Graphic Arts Education and Research Foundation PrintED accreditation.

Stone Bridge hosts ‘Stuff a Truck Day’

Stone Bridge High School at 4300 Hay Road in Ashburn is hosting a LINK "Stuff a Truck Day" April 10.

Freedom student wins guitar competition

Young Jun Lim, a sophomore at Freedom High School, became the first guitarist from Loudoun County to win the John and Susie Beatty Guitar Competition on March 15 at George Washington University.

Nairobi in her cage at the Leesburg Animal Park. Courtesy photo.

Escaped African cat hit by car

Early in the morning April 4, a wild African cat that had escaped its pen in the Leesburg Animal Park was found hit by a car on Route 15. She suffered cuts and a tail injury, but is recovering.

Pinebrook Elementary helps Honduras

In conjunction with the study of Honduras in FLES class (Foreign Language in elementary school), the students at Pinebrook Elementary learned something about compassion as well.

Loudoun residents named to Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets

The following students were named to the Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets Commandant’s List.

Volunteer Loudoun scholarship deadline extended

The application deadline for the 2010 Volunteer Loudoun Student Volunteer Scholarship awards has been extended to April 9.

Loudoun students make state geography bee

Sixteen students from Loudoun County have qualified to compete in the Virginia Geographic Bee sponsored by the National Geographic Society. Geography bees were held in schools, with fourth- through eighth-graders participating across the state.

Register for summer session at NVCC

Registration is underway for the summer session at Northern Virginia Community College.

Commission talks future of Loudoun’s business corridors

Ninety million square feet. That's the number of zoned office and industrial square footage that is yet to be built in Loudoun.

Free tax preparation services available in Loudoun County

If you make less than $49,000 in a year, you and your family are eligible for free tax preparation services offered by the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program through April 15.

eTitle Agency Inc. promotes Harry Yazbek

Harry Yazbek has been appointed director of business development and operations at Leesburg-based eTitle Agency Inc.

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