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Commercial developers condemn proposed Dominion power lines

Amidst concern from residents, businesses and commercial developers raised issue with the proposed Route 50 power lines, saying the project could hinder future development of that region of Loudoun and hurt existing business.

Cascades and Leesburg farmers markets are the only two in Loudoun that accept federal SNAP benefits. Facebook/Cascades Farmers Market

Second Loudoun farmers market, Cascades, participates in federal SNAP program

Cascades is the second farmers market in Loudoun to implement new laws allowing SNAP beneficiaries to use the program in the more agrarian, local approach to groceries, and the machine that looks like it's for credit cards is actually for EBT cards.

Supervisor candidates square-off in League of Women Voters forum

Six candidates for the the county's Board of Supervisors shared their visions and contrasted their views at a League of Women Voters forum Sept. 10.

While volunteering in Nepal, 17-year-old Devina Thapa presents donated funds to Ms. Anuradha Koirala, a social activist, Founder and Director of Maiti Nepal and 2010 CNN Hero of the Year.

Loudoun teen raises thousands for Nepal quake victims

After the devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake in Nepal in April, Devina Thapa felt inspired to help and raised more than $2,000 for the victims.

In Algonkian District, Loudoun Republicans’ infighting continues

Drama continues within the Loudoun County Republican Committee, this time between two sitting elected officials – Supervisor Suzanne Volpe and School Board member Debbie Rose.

Times-Mirror Photo/Dale Peskin

Donald Trump picked his partner well at his Loudoun course debut

Competitive players pick their golf-cart partners carefully. Two weeks ago Donald Trump picked Pete Bevacqua, the chairman of the Professional Golfers of America (PGA).

Times-Mirror File Photo/Rick Wasser

Trump shanks it: Sponsors flee, PGA faces boycott after remarks

Two weeks ago, Donald Trump helicoptered into Loudoun County to tout the championship golf course he built on Lowe's Island to host major golf tournaments.

Donald Trump in Loudoun County Tuesday. Times-Mirror Photo/Rick Wasser

Tee time with The Donald is part vanity play, part reality TV show

One week after announcing that he’s running for president, Donald Trump presided at the grand opening of his championship golf course at Trump National, his country club in the Cascades neighborhood of Loudoun County.

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe and first lady Dorothy McAuliffe with Will Salzmann of Cascades (center), recipient of a 2015 Governor’s Volunteerism and Community Service Award. Photo Courtesy/Michaele White, Governor’s office.

Cascades teen earns Governor’s Award

Will Salzmann, a 13-year-old student at River Bend Elementary School and a Cascades resident, works about 20 hours a month with Annette Brennan, his mother's business partner, on the Feed the Street project.

Cascades residents robbed at gunpoint in home

An unknown man with a gun robbed two Cascades residents Monday in an home invasion style heist, according to the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office.

A man concealing his face with a white garment robbed a Cascades 7-Eleven at gunpoint this morning. Image Courtesy/LCSO

Cascades Parkway 7-Eleven robbed; heist marks third in less than a week

The Loudoun County Sheriff's Office is investigating its third armed robbery in less than a week after an man with a gun held up a Cascades Parkway 7-Eleven today.

Two arrested following hit-and-run in Sterling

Two men were arrested Friday following an altercation with a North Carolina man in the parking lot of the Cascades Marketplace shopping center.

Cleaning up with the Cascades Green Team

This week, Mark Lenko, director of the Cascades Trash Bash and a vice president of Keep Loudoun Beautiful, is putting the finishing touches on preparations for the annual spring Cascades Trash Bash and Food Drive, taking place on Sunday, April 6, from 12:30 to 5 p.m.

Column: From Sudan to Sterling

Jacob Atem, one of the original “Lost Boys of Sudan,” will be at the Seneca Ridge Middle School library on Thursday, March 6, at 6:30 p.m. to provide a powerful look at life, the world, learning and gratitude. In his talk, Atem will share insights into his journey from civil-war-ravaged Sudan to Ethiopia, Kenya and the United States.

Column: St. Baldrick comes to Sterling

This week, O’Faolain’s Irish Restaurant and Bar in Sterling moves to the head of the class as the host of a March 1 St. Baldrick’s fundraiser put together by two Loudoun County elementary school teachers in a show of support for a couple of area students.
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