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[left to right] President of the Dulles South Senior Advisory Board Vernon Wong and Dulles South Senior Activity Center member Sue Meck and Uta Robinson at the center looking at the new Dulles South Multipurpose Center under construction.Times-Mirror/Sydney Kashiwagi.

Seniors seek help at Dulles activity center

It started off as a typical Tuesday morning in late August for 73-year-old Sue Meck of South Riding. Three days a week, Meck drives over to the Dulles South Senior Activity Center in South Riding where she attends line dancing classes on Tuesday and other activities the center offers to Loudoun’s senior citizens.

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Loudoun County native Patton Oswalt takes home an Emmy

Loudoun County native Patton Oswalt took home an Emmy Sunday night, and the popular comedian, writer and actor gave a touching tribute to his late wife.

Roshan Chaddha (left) and Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Sterling’s Reverend Anya Sammler-Michael at UUCS. Times-Mirror/Sydney Kashiwagi

Congregation to help welcome refugee families to Northern Virginia

When Roshan Chaddha was 14 years old, he and his family were forced to flee what is now Pakistan as a refugee to India in 1947 during a time when the British Empire partitioned the subcontinent into two separate states.

Annual International Festival kicks off Sept. 25 in Leesburg

Loudoun County's annual International Festival returns to Leesburg Sept. 25 with an array of entertainment, food and exhibits for every culture.

Dominion, union enter agreement to end lockout

A week-long lockout of employees from Dominion Transmission, Inc. has ended.

Ashburn American Legion Post 2001 Commander Charlie McKinney. Times-Mirror File Photo

Ashburn’s American Legion Post commander dies at age 76

The commander of the Ashburn's American Legion Post 2001 died Sept. 6 of complications from cancer.

Lovettsville government offices closed Monday

The Town of Lovettsville announced Sunday night that its government offices are closed on Monday, Sept. 12, until further notice due to needed facility repairs. The town will notify residents once repairs are completed.

Rep. Barbara Comstock makes The Hill’s ‘50 Most Beautiful’ list

And the first-term congresswoman wasn't the only woman with Loudoun ties on the list.

9/11 Foundation recognized by Loudoun supervisors

Following Leesburg-based 9/11 Foundation’s final ride the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday recognized the organization’s dedication to the heroes and victims of September 11, 2001.

Leesburg resident Tammy Skov is one of Weird Al Yankovic’s biggest fans. Photo By/Alex Mangione

This Leesburg mom really, really wants to meet ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic

Tammy Skov's profound admiration for Yankovic, who plays at Wolf Trap in Vienna Sept. 11, comes from a point of commonality.

Photo Courtesy/LSYO

Loudoun Symphony Youth Orchestra welcomes new conductor

Matthew Brown has joined the Loudoun Symphony Youth Orchestra following the resignation of Dr. Yeong Su Kim last spring. Boasting experience teaching musicians of all ages and skill levels, Brown has already led auditions to kick off the 2016 season, starting in September.

Michael Stephenson in his element. Times-Mirror/Ed Felker

A Lovettsville Tribute: Love you back, Michael Stephenson

Michael Stephenson loved this town. He showed it at Mad Horse Brew Pub, which under his management became a focal point, a gathering place for this community in good times and bad.

SOLDIERFIT “troops” going through the hour long boot camp training program in Sterling. Times-Mirror/Sydney Kashiwagi

Military-inspired boot camp gym opens in Sterling

Nearly a decade ago, Army veteran Danny Farrar and his friend David Posin launched a military-inspired boot camp fitness program in Maryland – a gym that has now made its way into Loudoun County.

Virginia Lieutenant Governor candidate Justin Fairfax talks to local faith leaders and politicians at Oak Grove Baptist Church. Times-Mirror Staff/Sydney Kashiwagi

Faith leaders, politicians look for ways to tackle issues facing the community

Friday marked the last night of the Holy & Whole Life Changing Ministries International’s Revival & Youth Crusade 2016, where leaders discussed issues ranging from creating more economic opportunity for the youth, fighting human trafficking, curbing heroin addiction and reforming the criminal justice system.

Shawn Pahlavani in his backyard near the intersection of Routes 7 and 28 overlooking construction underway on part of his property that will extend and connect Russell Branch Parkway. Times-Mirror/Sydney Kashiwagi

Construction continues, VDOT sues as Ashburn man holds on to his home

After months of waking up to bulldozers and the sound of drilling in his backyard, Ashburn resident Shawn Pahlavani has recently learned that the fate of his property – which is being taken by the state through eminent domain – is just about finalized.
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