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EDITORIAL: Messages and meaning at the Middleburg Film Festival

In just four years, the Middleburg Film Festival has earned a place among such iconic film festivals as Sundance, Telluride, Tribeca, Toronto, Melbourne, Berlin, Venice and Cannes. The film festival’s quaint venues – a converted ballroom at Salamander Resort, a performing arts auditorium at an elementary school, a library-museum for horse enthusiasts, a spartan reception hall in Upperville and the barrel room of a local winery – differentiate the festival from the glitz and glamour of Hollywood’s showplaces.

‘People mover’ at Dulles gets stuck; passengers evaluated

Officials at Dulles International Airport say a vehicle transporting passengers from an international flight to a customs facility got stuck in a construction ditch, and passengers are being evaluated for possible injuries.

Convicted felon Kesari resigns from Hamilton Town Council

Republican Dimitri Kesari has resigned from Hamilton Town Council following his conviction for violating federal election laws.

Dominion apologies for unannounced venting, schedules more for November

Dominion plans to hold another round of scheduled natural gas venting at its Loudoun Compressor Station after 9.a.m on Nov. 1 and Nov. 3, Supervisor Tony Buffington (R-Blue Ridge) announced in a statement Thursday.

Tween wearing a clown mask wields bat, scares children in Sterling

Loudoun County Sheriff's deputies are investigating reports of who is believed to be a 12-year-old child wearing a clown mask and carrying a baseball bat in a Sterling neighborhood near a playground.

Sterling man pleads guilty to providing material support to ISIL

A Sterling man and a former Army National Guard member pleaded guilty today in federal court to charges of attempting to provide material support to the terrorist organization ISIL.

Republican committee releases ‘Nasty’ ad in Comstock-Bennett congressional contest

The ad is part of the NRCC's “Nasty Cooking” Facebook campaign targeting Democrats in close contests around the country.

Purcellville Sweats for Vets program in full swing

The Town of Purcellville has kicked off its annual Sweats for Vets Program.

Harmony Middle School are helping to make hundreds of bowls to raise awareness about hunger. Courtesy Photo

Hamilton’s Harmony Middle School kicks off Empty Bowls Project

In an effort to raise awareness about hunger and food security in Loudoun County, Harmony Middle School students recently kicked off their Empty Bowls Project.

Suzanne Szabo of 350 Loudoun joins rally in Leesburg at open house organized by Dominion at Sycolin Creek Elementary School. Times-Mirror/Sydney Kashiwagi

Environmental groups rally in opposition to Dominion’s expansion plans at Loudoun Compressor Station

The company says the expansion would help the company meet the rising demand for natural gas in the greater Washington region.

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