Joseph Dill is a journalist with more than 25 years of experience as a reporter, editor, photographer and designer. He has a bachelor's degree in journalism and psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.
Loudoun County Sheriff Mike Chapman will moderate a public forum on the regional, state and national opioid epidemic Oct. 16 at the LCSO Ashburn Station. The opioid/substance abuse forum will feature representatives from several federal and regional drug enforcement agencies, health care officials and elected officials. The forum, hosted by LCSO, includes agents from theREAD MORE
Having watched the smoke from the Pentagon from his McLean veterinary hospital, Bob Youngblood was personally touched by the events on Sept. 11, 2001. It was what he saw in the weeks and months following 9/11 that grabbed his heart and spurred him to start Paws of Honor, a non-profit program that provides medical careREAD MORE
Shocktober, the annual fund-raiser for Arc of Loudoun programs on the Paxton Campus in Leesburg, offers even more ways to get chills and thrills every weekend through Nov. 4. Shocktober is back for its ninth season, with the 150-year-old Paxton Manor again transforming into a haunted house experience, with proceeds going to benefit programs forREAD MORE
As senior vice president of operations for Sky Zone, Jay Riley has helped open or manage about a dozen indoor adventure centers. He said the one that opened Oct. 1 in Sterling is special. “It’s 43,000 square feet, so it is the largest Sky Zone in the nation,” Riley said. “We have an open aerialREAD MORE