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Frank Wolf announces his campaign for re-election at his birthday celebration Feb. 19.—Times-Mirror Photo/Beverly Denny

Frank Wolf launches re-election campaign for Congress

Speaking to an overflow hotel ballroom of more than 600 energized supporters Feb. 19 in Herndon -- and in front of a birthday cake emblazoned with “Happy Birthday Frank” -- 10th District Rep. Frank Wolf (R) declared his bid for a 16th term in the U.S. Congress.

Stone Bridge jazz choir to play Kennedy Center

The Stone Bridge High School jazz choir will host a free performance at 6 p.m. Feb. 22 on the Kennedy Center's Millennium Stage.

Calves rescued from icy water

Four calves are alive and well after falling through a frozen pond in Leesburg Feb. 18. A fifth died as a result of the incident.

Winning lottery ticket unclaimed

The $250,000 winning ticket from the Aug. 21, 2009, Mega Millions drawing at Giant Food in Leesburg was still unclaimed when it expired Feb. 18 at 5 p.m.

Loudoun Water rate increase hearing set for Feb. 25

Residents living in eastern Loudoun who will be affected by a proposed Loudoun Water rate increase can voice their concerns on Feb. 25 at a public hearing.

Stone Bridge hypnosis event

Stone Bridge High School is hosting The James Munsey Comedy Hypnosis Show Feb. 20 at 7:30 p.m. in the school auditorium.

Winter Guard competition

The Potomac Falls High School Band Program and Band Boosters will host “Symphony of Design,” a regional winter guard competition Feb. 20, from noon to 10 p.m.

500 attend Chamber’s annual meeting

Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell made his first stop in Loudoun County Feb. 4. As keynote speaker of the Loudoun Chamber of Commerce's annual meeting, he addressed nearly 500 residents, government officials and business leaders about Virginia's great opportunities and tough challenges.

Cobb Theatres signs on for Village at Leesburg

More big screens are about to hit Leesburg.

Intercessory prayer happening in Loudoun

Intercessory prayer is the act of praying on behalf of others. True believers of intercessory prayer seek not only to know God’s will and see it fulfilled, but to see it fulfilled whether or not it benefits them.

Snow, power outages boost business at hotels

When a stranded Lucketts family was rescued from their home that was without electricity or water, Alice Shockley was there to greet them.

This mural inside the library at Ashburn Elementary School was designed and painted by Ben Sack, a 2007 Stone Bridge High School graduate who has completed similar projects in several Loudoun schools. Photo Courtesy/Ben Sack

Stone Bridge graduate brings art to Loudoun school walls

In the Ashburn Elementary School library and in the band room at Stone Bridge High School, colorful murals are painted on the wall. This artwork is there thanks to Ben Sack, an Ashburn resident who has done art projects at schools around the county.

Members of a mission trip to Haiti, including Loudoun County High School students Kris Russel and Ryan Wenkel, will visit The New Testament Mission in Lacroix, where they will help with a variety of tasks including processing grain at a mill.

Loudoun teens plan trip to Haiti

In March, a group of Loudoun residents will be heading to Haiti for a week to help those in need following January's devastating earthquake. Two of the eight people going on the mission trip with Church of the Holy Spirit in Ashburn are students from Loudoun County High School – Kris Russell, 16, and Ryan Wenkel, 15.

Assistant forecaster Jackie Hale works the operations floor on a calm day Feb. 12 at the National Weather Service Office in Sterling.—Times-Mirror Photo/Raymond Thompson

Weather Service in Sterling helps protect 9 million people

Critical weather updates spread fast and far throughout the region this winter, and they all emanated from a white one-story building in southern Loudoun County, just off Thunder Road.

School system asks county for $764.7 million

The School Board asked the county Feb. 17 for a budget equaling $32.1 million more than last year despite incorporating cuts and layoffs.

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