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    Hamilton paramedic arrested for inappropriate contact with minor
    A Hamilton volunteer paramedic was arrested Friday after authorities said he had inappropiate contact with an underage girl.
     > Top / Public Safety / Eastern Loudoun / Sterling / Western Loudoun / Hamilton /

    Sommelier and well-known Loudouner Mary Watson-Delauder is right at home at Ashburn’s Wine’ing Butcher. Times-Mirror Photo/Rick Wasser

    Mary Watson-DeLauder: At your service
    Whether you're a novice or a veteran of vinous ventures, Mary Watson-Delauder will guide you.
     > Top / Business / People / Eastern Loudoun / Ashburn /

    The rock that flew through the blasted-out window of the NAPA Auto Parts in Sterling in a quarry blast May 21 morning. Times-Mirror/Crystal Owens

    VIDEO: Quarry blast in Sterling damages homes, cars; injures one
    Falling rocks damaged several homes, cars and at least one business in Sterling this morning after a scheduled blast from Loudoun Quarries inadvertently sent debris into the air.
     > Top / Public Safety / Eastern Loudoun / Sterling /

    One Loudoun will have to wait if it hopes to terminate a lease with Virginia Investment Partnership, the company which was responsible for bringing the Hounds baseball and Virginia Cavalry FC soccer teams to Ashburn. - Times-Mirror/BeverlyDenny

    Summary judgment on One Loudoun stadium denied
    One Loudoun was denied a summary judgment May 21 that would have allowed it to terminate a lease with Virginia Investment Partner.
     > Top / Business / Eastern Loudoun / Ashburn /

    Lexi Bognar, 13, at her Leesburg home with her mother, Wendy, while 10-year-old sister, Gwen, tries to photobomb the shot. Bognar was diagnosed with POTS in 2014, a disease which can cause imbalance, fatigue and depression. Times-Mirror/Anna Harris

    Finding balance: Leesburg teen battles symptoms, isolation of obscure disease
    Lexi Bognar, 13, of Leesburg, has Postural Tachycardia Syndrome, also known as POTS, an obscure disease that caused the imbalance that led to her concussion in 2013.
     > Top / People / Eastern Loudoun / Western Loudoun /

    Synthetic turf fields are used by Loudoun schools for several sports and in most weather conditions. The fields are expensive, about $1 million to build, but are durable and easy to maintain. The fields contain rubber pellets made form materials that could pose health risks, but links have not been proven. Some school districts are replacing the fields. Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

    Loudoun parents rally against toxins in synthetic turf school fields
    A Loudoun parent group has called for a ban on allegedly toxic materials used in county schools' sports fields.
     > Top / Education / People / Eastern Loudoun / Western Loudoun /
    Calvary Temple’s emotional warfare
    Congregants of Sterling's Calvary Temple can leave the church, but each carry with them emotional baggage that can take years to treat. In some cases, the disorders will never fully go away.
     > Top / Public Safety / Eastern Loudoun / Sterling /

    Peter Sherman, of Vienna, picking spinach at Great Country Farms. -Times-Mirror/Ben Hancock

    Loudoun Spring Farm Tour puts its best foot forward
    The 2015 Spring Farm Tour finished off Loudoun's Small Business Weeks with music, farming and a focus on agriculture.
     > Top / Business / Eastern Loudoun / Western Loudoun / Bluemont / Hamilton / Leesburg / Purcellville /

    Mathias Giordano and his mother, Roya Giordano, from April 2013. Courtesy photo/Facebook

    ‘Team Mathias’ mom wants to name new Loudoun school in honor of son
    A Leesburg mom carrying her son's legacy forward after he died of bone cancer advocates for a new middle school (MS-9) opening in Dulles to be named after him.
     > Top / Education / People / Eastern Loudoun / Sterling / Western Loudoun / Leesburg /

    Elizabeth Heagy, managing director of the Five Stones Institute, connects with Jennylee Hansen, a sponsor with the Community Foundation for the National Capital Region, at the Loudoun County Philanthropy Conference on May 14 in Middleburg. Times-Mirror/Anna Harris

    As Loudoun growth slows, philanthropic groups look for solutions
    Loudoun's needs are increasing, and the resources to meet those needs might not be keeping up.
     > Top / Business / Eastern Loudoun / Western Loudoun /

    Broad Run senior Sara Deutsch plays a header with Freedom senior Brooke Hillenbrand in close pursuit during a Conference 14 game May 8 in South Riding. Deutsch and her twin sisters, sophomores Anna and Leah are enjoying their time together playing for the Spartans.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

    Turning Broad Run into Deutsch-land on the soccer field
    The sister act that is Broad Run High School's varsity girls' soccer team is undeniable.
     > Top / People / Eastern Loudoun / Ashburn /

    Sigrid Fry-Revere of Lovettsville at a TEDMED Talk on organ transplant policy. Courtesy photo/TED Talks

    Saving lives at their own expense: Loudoun native starts charity for living organ donors
    In 2013, almost 6,000 people were living donors out of 28,954 people who chose to give their organs. What the vast number of U.S. citizens might not know is the invisible issues living donors face, namely financially.
     > Top / People / Eastern Loudoun / Western Loudoun / Lovettsville /

    Washington Redskins linebacker Ryan Kerrigan gave students at Guilford Elementary in Sterling high-fives as they filed out of the school’s cafeteria. Anna Harris/Times-Mirror

    Redskin talks nutrition at elementary school in Sterling
    Washington Redskins linebacker Ryan Kerrigan came to talk with students at Guilford Elementary in Sterling about nutrition and the value of a healthy breakfast as part of the Fuel Up to Play 60 program.
     > Top / Education / Eastern Loudoun / Sterling /

    Broad Run junior Jaleel Robinson fends off Tuscarora sophomore Tique Yarbrough and junior George Cross Jan. 16 in Leesburg as the Spartans outlasted the Huskies, 74-72.Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

    Broad Run carries gridiron success onto the court
    The starting lineup for the Broad Run Spartans hasn't changed much from fall to winter – and neither have the results.
     > Top / Eastern Loudoun /

    Captain William Moreland hugs his children, Sarah and Aiden, Saturday morning after returning home from Nepal.- Gregg MacDonald / Fairfax County Times

    Northern Virginia search and rescue members return from Nepal
    Local members of the Fairfax County International Urban Search & Rescue Team task force returned home from Nepal early morning May 16 and were met by friends, family, co-workers and well-wishers at their headquarters on Flint Lee Road in Chantilly.
     > Briefs / Public Safety / Eastern Loudoun /
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