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Two indicted for fraudulently obtaining $67K in student loans from NOVA, other colleges

Two Louisiana residents were indicted May 19 by a federal grand jury for allegedly stealing the identities of four people to fraudulently obtain about $67,000 in federal student loans from Northern Virginia Community College and other schools.

Sterling man assaults Loudoun County Sheriff’s deputy

Deputies initially responded to a report of a “disorderly subject” who was intoxicated and had a knife.

Times-Mirror/Sydney Kashiwagi

UPDATE: Ashburn man still seeking answers in eminent domain case

Despite the bulldozers and heavy drilling machines ripping through five acres of his property, Ashburn resident Mehdi Pahlavani says silence is hurting him more than noise.

Loudoun County schools re-evaluating policy on transgender bathroom use

After receiving a joint directive from the U.S. Departments of Justice and Education on May 13, Loudoun County Public Schools is reevaluating its policy on transgender student bathroom and locker room use.

Sterling woman arrested for apparent religious animal sacrifices

A confidential informant reported seeing the accused “run around the house, slamming the chickens to the wall, bludgeon them to death with a club, bury the chickens alive, burn the chickens alive and cut them from the top of the neck, down the center of the body, while still alive,” according to the search warrant.

Loudoun County schools’ theatre programs garnered 38 Cappies nominations.

Loudoun schools’ theatre departments earn 38 Cappies nominations

Loudoun County's theatre programs on May 17 made their marks with 38 Cappies nominations, including nods for best actor, actress, musical, play, hair and makeup and props, among many others.

Sterling co-workers charged with assault

Two co-workers were arrested Sunday after an argument turned violent at a home in 1040 block of Warwick Court in Sterling.

Solicitor assaults Sterling homeowner after asked to leave property

A D.C. man was arrested Saturday after deputies said he solicited a home in the 100 block Tamarack Court in Sterling and assaulted the homeowner after he was asked to leave.

A protester stands across the street from Sterling’s Calvary Temple church on a Sunday in March. Protesters in large and small numbers have protested outside the church since two women came forward last year, alleging sexual abuse. Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Ex-Calvary members question church’s visit to Loudoun Juvenile Detention Center

A former congregant of Sterling's Calvary Temple is upset after 20 current members of the Pentecostal church were allowed to provide outreach to youth in the county's Juvenile Detention Center on May 2.

Times-Mirror/Trevor Baratko

A familiar refrain: Dulles Airport is key to economic growth

“The major problem we're left addressing is our decline in domestic air travel,” said Virginia Secretary of Transportation Aubrey Layne, the event's keynote speaker.

Attendance zone changes move thousands of Loudoun students

The board voted to adopt the attendance zone plan that will move the least amount of students, Plan 2. The plan does not move any students living south of U.S. Route 50, like Plan 3 proposed to do.

Loudoun celebrates EMS Week with month-long events

This year, EMS Week has been designated from May 15 – 21 with the theme of “EMS STRONG: Called to Care.” In light of EMS week, many of the county’s fire and rescue companies will be hosting open house events throughout May to provide the citizens of Loudoun County an opportunity to engage with their local EMS providers.

Dominion High student wins congressional art show

Rafy Aguilar poses with his family and Rep. Barbara Comstock after winning the 10th Congressional District Art Show. Photo Courtesy/Office of Rep. Comstock

UPDATE: Nova Medical Group partners with Inova Health System

Nova Medical Group, one of the largest primary care practices in Northern Virginia, has announced a partnership with Inova Medical Group, a division of the Inova Health System.

Loudoun detectives investigating series of rim, tire thefts

The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a series of recent thefts from SUVs, GMC pick-up trucks and a minivans where customized rims and standard oversized tires were targeted.
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