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Sterling man convicted of perjury, jury recommends 10-year sentence

A Loudoun County jury on June 30 recommended 10 years in prison for a Sterling man who lied about being assaulted by a deputy.

Juvenile robbed of shoes, wallet at gunpoint in Sterling

The boy, according to Loudoun County Sheriff's Office reports, met with the man at the intersection of Watkins Island and Comer squares about 8:30 p.m. to sell him shoes.

A Loudoun Sheriff’s deputy stops a motorist for honking in support of protesters who line the sidewalk across the street from Calvary Temple. Times-Mirror/Doug Stroud

Protests against Sterling’s Calvary Temple heat up

It's been three months since two women came forward with sexual assault allegations against members of Sterling's Calvary Temple, and protesters continue to line the sidewalk across from the Pentecostal church each Sunday.

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Loudoun County Sheriff deputies honored for handling of suicide attempt

Two deputies from the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office have been honored for their actions responding to a suicide attempt last month.

The map showing MS-9 in relation to other schools. Courtesy photo/LCPS

New Dulles middle school looks for new name ... again

A middle school (MS-9) set for a fall 2016 opening in northern Dulles is once again up for naming after it came to light the originally chosen name, John F. Ryan, had ties to Jim Crow-era segregation laws.

Additional victim identified in investigation of former Loudoun volunteer paramedic

The investigation into a former volunteer paramedic for inappropriate contact with a minor has identified a second victim in the case.

(Left to right) Washington Redskins players Kedric Golston and Pierre Garcon announcer Larry Michael at the Loudoun Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Luncheon. Times-Mirror/Anna Harris

Running businesses in Loudoun informs Redskins players

Two Washington Redskins who run businesses outside their athletic careers told members of the Loudoun Chamber of Commerce that running their enterprises has informed their participation in sports.

Five charged with stealing Potomac Falls training vehicle

The Loudoun County Sheriff's Office has charged five 18-year-old men in connection with a senior prank that left a stolen driver training vehicle crashed into the tree on the property of Potomac Falls High School.

MWAA hires new vice president of audit

MWAA hires new vice president of audit

Sterling man sentenced to almost three years in child pornography case

A Sterling man will spend almost three years in prison after authorities said more than 4,000 images of child pornographic images were found on his computer.

Manassas Park man arrested for soliciting Loudoun teen

A deputy on patrol investigating a suspicious vehicle led to the arrest of a 68-year-old Manassas Park man who was having an inappropriate relationship with a 17-year-old Loudoun girl who he met online, according to the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office.

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MORE: Sterling teen dies of ‘Molly’ overdose at D.C. concert

Victoria Callahan was a 2013 graduate of Potomac Falls High School, where she served as class officer, according to Wayde Byard, public information officer for Loudoun County Public Schools.

MORE: Potomac Falls students steal school training vehicle, crash into tree

Loudoun County Sheriff's deputies are investigating how a student training vehicle was stolen from Potomac Falls High School and then crashed into a tree on the property early Thursday.

NOVA-Loudoun to begin engineering courses in fall

Northern Virginia Community College’s Loudoun Campus will begin offering two degrees in engineering this fall semester.

Loudoun schools consider attendance zone changes as Dulles overcrowding solution

The newly named Madison's Trust Elementary School set for a fall 2016 opening creates a need for attendance zone changes in the Dulles area, changes the School Board hopes they can use to fix an overcrowding problem in Dulles schools.
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