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Christian Neonakis, lead singer of the band Kid Brother. Courtesy photo/Kid Brother

Leesburg band reaches finals in global unsigned music contest

Leesburg-based band Kid Brother is hoping to wow celebrity judges after one of their songs reached the finals of the 2017 Unsigned Only Music Competition, besting thousands of entries.

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Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam campaigns in Dulles to promote vocational job training plan

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ralph Northam stumped at the Dulles IT firm Unanet Monday morning, where he spoke with dozens of local business leaders about his plan to help Virginians receive more vocational training.

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Loudoun 100 to honor county’s everyday heroes

As a portrait photographer, Aliyah Dastour has the opportunity to converse with many Loudouners and hear stories about special projects they are doing in the community.

Conservative activist Shak Hill announces primary challenge against Comstock

Conservative activist Shak Hill, a former Air Force pilot, plans to run against second-term GOP Rep. Barbara Comstock in the increasingly moderate 10th District of Virginia.

Times-Mirror/Alexander Erkiletian

The Beautiful South rebrands to Hamilton Station Gastropub

The Beautiful South, a Hamilton restaurant established nearly 25 years ago, has changed its name to Hamilton Station Gastropub, but proprietor Adonis Stringos said the rebrand is more of an “update” than a total transformation.

Scenes such as this can be found in Lucketts Aug. 19 and 20 during the final running of The Lucketts Fair. Facebook/The Lucketts Fair

One more year of magic at The Lucketts Fair

It's always hard to see a good thing come to an end. But, after 45 years, The Lucketts Fair will close its doors after this year.

Loudoun Rocks: The new Pokémon GO

Last summer, the latest kids craze centered around virtual Pokémon. And this year? Kids are hyped about something a little more tangible – painted rocks.

Lauren Herbine sitting in the middle of the Loneliest Road in Nevada. [email protected]

Loudoun alum keeping ‘The Spirit of ‘39’ alive

Loudoun native Lauren Herbine has taken to the open road this summer to recreate a cross-country road trip her grandfather took 78 years ago.

Loudoun’s Tarver King, chef at Patowmack Farm, wins D.C. region Chef of the Year

Tarver King, chef at Lovettsville's Restaurant at Patowmack Farm, was named chef of the year at the prestigious, 35th annual Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington Awards Gala Sunday night.

Dana Haghighi and family members protesting against what they claim are unfair charging practices. Times-Mirror/Alex Erkiletian

Standoff with a Sterling rehab center could cost local man more than $1M

An Ashburn man is staging a daily protest outside Potomac Falls Health and Rehab Center in Sterling over what he claims are unfair charging practices.

Times-Mirror/Alexander Erkiletian

Critics question frequently cited survey in Potomac crossing battle

Diana Bendit of Broad Run Farms has watched the debate around a second Potomac River crossing come and go and come back again for more than two decades.

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Better Angels aims for better political understanding in Leesburg

In today's political climate, the concept of civility and open-minded discussions are often missing from the headlines.

Ashley Poyer, Sagar Govani and Sachet Gagwani from Sterling are the founders of Covert.ly app. Courtesy Photo

Sterling students get $150K investment for start-up app

Three students from Sterling recently received $150,000 of angel investment funding for their app Covert.ly.

An upscale gastro pub is coming soon to Lovettsville

1836 Kitchen and Tap Room plans to open in late August or early September, bringing a new dining destination to the western Loudoun town of Lovettsville.

12-year LAWS veteran Nicole Acosta heads to Fairfax County July 21.

Nonprofit leader Nicole Acosta leaving Loudoun County for Fairfax

At the end of the week, Loudoun Abused Women’s Shelter’s Executive Director Nicole Acosta will leave her post of five years and head to Fairfax County, where she will serve as the coordinator for the the county’s domestic violence initiative.
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