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Road rage altercation ends in gunfire near CountrySide

The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a road rage altercation that erupted in gunfire on Thursday morning.

Sterling man led deputies on high-speed chase along Route 7

A Sterling man was arrested Wednesday after leading Loudoun deputies on a high-speed chase that ended in the area of Route 7 and Georgetown Pike.

Loudoun art teacher pleads guilty to child pornography

An elementary school art teacher pleaded guilty April 11 to 50 counts of possession of child pornography.

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.

Traffic backs up on Route 7 in Sterling on Monday afternoon after a crash shut down a portion of the road. Times-Mirror Photo/Rick Wasser

UPDATE: Portion of Route 7 closed due to crash

A portion of Route 7 in Sterling was closed for most of the day March 17 due to a two-vehicle crash that brought down utility lines.

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.

Crime Report for Friday, Jan. 3, 2014

Notable events include a robbery at PNC Bank.

Two Sterling robberies under investigation

Two Sterling women were the victims of robbery Sunday morning. These separate incidents are believed to be related.

Ramadan narrowly earns re-election

Republican David Ramadan eked out another win to remain representative of the 87th District in the Virginia House of Delegates for two more years.

Loudoun art teacher accused in child porn case deemed eligible for bond

The Loudoun County Public School art teacher accused of possessing child pornography has been granted bond.
Baby Michelle newborn funeral pond

A newborn baby girl who was found in a Sterling pond April 7 was buried at Chestnut Grove Cemetery in Herndon Sept. 17. The casket, flowers, grave marker and funeral service were all donated for Baby Michelle, as she was named by a Loudoun Sheriff’s Office investigator. Times-Mirror Staff Photo/Beverly Denny

First responders pay final tribute to newborn found in pond

A tiny white casket stood in front of the chapel at Adams-Green Funeral home as members of law enforcement and emergency rescue paid their last respects to an infant girl many of them had come to see as their own.

Algonkian Elementary evacuated for electrical fire

Algonkian Elementary School in Sterling was evacuated Sept. 17 for an electrical fire in a computer lab.

Potomac Falls Express Lube and Car Wash will close its doors for the last time Sept. 6. Times-Mirror Staff Photo/Ben Hancock

Express Lube greases up one last time

As summer winds down following Labor Day, so too will the work for the Potomac Falls Express Lube and Car Wash, which is closing its doors after 16 years.

Local girls may have been exposed to rabies

Loudoun County health officials are encouraging two teenage girls to seek medical attention for potential rabies exposure.
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