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Local production ‘A Will to Survive’ heads to the Kennedy Center

In a county constantly working to tackle the problem of youth suicide and depression, Tom Sweitzer, executive director and co-founder of A Place to Be, hoped “A Will to Survive,” would have a far-reaching message.

Lauren Cottet-Moine, 11, of Sterling is among the best youth golfers in the U.S. Facebook/Mike Vechery

Loudoun County golf prodigy gets her game back

After a year banned from playing competitive golf or practicing with anyone but her father, 11-year-old Lauren Cottet-Moine of Sterling has returned to the game.

Leesburg band scoops first place in rock category of unsigned music competition

Leesburg-based band Kid Brother is the winner of the rock category after reaching the finals of the 2017 Unsigned Only Music Competition.

Supervisors eye county employee compensation overhaul

After a comprehensive review of how Loudoun County government pays its employees, changes could be coming.

Tom Carroll, now a Hamilton resident and local little league coach, was called up to the Cincinnati Reds in 1974. Courtesy Photo

Longtime Loudouner, ex-Major Leaguer recalls time with ‘The Big Red Machine’

Tom Carroll's affiliation with the Big Red Machine remains a cherished part of his post-baseball life.

Purcellville businessmen, sports lovers partner to broadcast local high school games

Rob Burton, owner of Coach's Corner Grill in Purcellville, and Larry King, an IT guru, decided they wanted to share their love of sports with the community.

As the number of teen suicides rises, mental health professionals look for ways to curb the trend

In an effort to help teens at risk of suicide in Loudoun, mental health professionals from the county and around the region came together recently to find solutions to the tragic trend.

Rockin’ with the Redskins at Vanish Brewery

Over 1,000 fans of Redskins football, country music and craft beer gathered at Vanish Brewery north of Leesburg Saturday to kickoff the NFL season.

Loudoun County women recall Hurricane Irma experience

When Hurricane Irma hit St. John in the U.S. Virgin Islands last Wednesday, four Loudoun residents were stuck on the island waiting out the storm of a lifetime.

Ashburn woman releases memoir on perseverance, motherhood and the adoption of her daughter

Lauri Velotta-Rankin has a pretty regular Ashburn life. She lives in Brambleton with her husband and their daughter who just started kindergarten. It’s the suburban, family-friendly all-American dream. But it took an arduous while for their dream to be fully realized.

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‘It’s a day that will stay with me forever:’ 9/11 survivor, responder speak at Broad Run HS

South Riding resident and retired Marine Lt. Col. Doug Kleinsmith stood no more than 200 feet from the explosion caused by a plane deliberately flown into the Pentagon by terrorists on Sept. 11, 2001.

GoFundMe page for Ashburn’s Kaplan family raises $32K in 24 hours

A GoFundMe page has been set up for the family of Erin Kaplan, the 39-year-old Ashburn mother who died in a car crash Friday on Evergreen Mills Road in Leesburg. The GoFundMe page raised $32,000 in approximately 24 hours.

My Guys Moving is one of the companies involved in distributing aid in Texas from Loudoun. Courtesy photo

Loudouners rally to help victims of Hurricane Harvey

Cash and material donations are flooding in from across Loudoun County to help victims of Hurricane Harvey.

Parents query management of Sterling-based youth basketball league

A group of parents and coaches involved with a Sterling-based basketball league say they are concerned the popular children's league is being mismanaged.

Va. Supreme Court says VDOE can’t provide teachers’ identifiable info in Davison’s SGP case

The Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) will no longer have to provide the names of teachers and other identifiable teacher information to supplement the Student Growth Percentile (SGP) data it provided Lansdowne resident Brian Davison, the Supreme Court of Virginia ruled in an opinion Thursday.
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