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  • Photos: VSA Presents “The Parade Train”

    For the 27th year, VSA participants have shared their gifts and talents through a theatrical production. VSA of Loudoun County offers a wide range of artistic opportunities for individuals with and without disabilities. Participants can foster their abilities in anything from photography to painting to theater. “It’s been a wonderful experience for (everyone). Many of

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  • Sheriff’s Lieutenant Graduates from Executive Leadership School

    Sheriff’s Lieutenant Graduates from Executive Leadership School

    The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) announced the graduation of 2nd Lt. Robert Hesson, a member of its leadership staff, from the 39th session of the Virginia Police Chiefs Foundation Professional Executive Leadership School (PELS) Hesson, a 16-year veteran, graduated from the intensive three-week leadership education program Nov 18.  He serves in LCSO’s Courts and Corrections Division as

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  • Loudoun High Schoolers Experience Working at Inova

    Loudoun High Schoolers Experience Working at Inova

    Broad Run student Francico Meersohn and Rock Ridge student Anha Telluri interact with a patient during the Job-for-a-Day program at Inova Loudoun Hospital On Nov.16 and 21, a select group of students experienced a day working at a hospital – no medical degree required. As part of the 14th annual Job-for-a-Day program, Loudoun County high

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  • Brambleton Boy’s Wish Comes True

    Brambleton Boy’s Wish Comes True

    Presentation of Charlie’s Bike Warms a Cold Day. A cold, windy Sunday afternoon did not deter about 100 friends and community leaders from celebrating the granting of a special wish to Charlie Coe of Brambleton. Charlie, 11, was diagnosed with Doose Syndrome epilepsy when he was three, and experiences seizures that make exercise a particular challenge, said his grandmother.

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  • Leesburg Illuminated in 7th Annual Tree Lighting

    Leesburg Illuminated in 7th Annual Tree Lighting

    Before a crowd of hundreds, including mayor Dave Butler, Santa Clause and Mrs. Clause, the Village of Leesburg kicked off the 2016 Holiday Season with its 7th-annual Christmas tree lighting. “The Village of Leesburg has been an outstanding addition to the town,” Butler said. “It’s wonderful to have all the crowds here and all the

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  • Holy and Whole Ministries Celebrates 10 Years

    Holy and Whole Ministries Celebrates 10 Years

    Of Pastor Michelle Thomas’ many accomplishments, it is the inspiration for a new church community that has perhaps created the most meaningful impact. Now, ten years after launching the church that Become Holy and Whole Life Changing Ministries, Thomas, members of her congregation, area politicians and local leaders recognized a decade of helping the community.

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  • Stone Bridge Beats Broad Run, Advances in Playoffs

    Stone Bridge Beats Broad Run, Advances in Playoffs

    Behind a 21-point first quarter, Stone Bridge jumped out early on Broad Run and held on for a 28-7 win in the second round of the Virginia High School League football playoffs. The Bulldogs advance to play at Brooke Point in Stafford next Friday. Stone Bridge (8-2 regular season, 2-0 postseason) is now two wins

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  • A Tale of Two Muslims: Frank Gaffney’s Apocalypse, or Not

    A Tale of Two Muslims: Frank Gaffney’s Apocalypse, or Not

    First of two parts. President-elect Donald Trump faces many challenges, not the least of which are those related to homeland security. How Trump deals with the domestic and international Muslim communities is also of considerable import, given his campaign rhetoric and a nation that has experienced violent actions by anti-western Muslims, as well as violence against Muslims. This week’s news includes speculation

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  • Breslin Named Animal Control Officer of the Year

    Breslin Named Animal Control Officer of the Year

    Officer Patrick Breslin has been on the job since May 2013, but has already responded to more than 4,700 calls for service from Loudoun County Animal Services (LCAS). It’s not just the volume of work that got him noticed by the Virginia Animal Control Association (VACA), but also his work ethic and 85 prevent conviction

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