Mixing the old and the new
Larry Keel and his wife tour about 100 days a year with The Larry Keel Power Trio.Photo Courtesy/Larry Keel
Fri., Dec. 13 | 08:02 AM - Larry Keel brings his ‘high energy, new and old mountain music sound to the Barns of Rose Hill on Dec. 14
State and local authorities seek help in 31-year-old cold case
Thu., Dec. 12 | 11:31 AM - The Virginia State Police and the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office are looking to the public to help solve a 31-year-old cold case.
Grand jury indicts 27 in December
Thu., Dec. 12 | 11:23 AM - During its Dec. 9 meeting, the Loudoun County grand jury indicted 27 individuals. The crimes involved ranged from credit card fraud and forgery to aggravated vehicular manslaughter.
House passes Gabriella Miller Kids First Research Act
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.) stands with Ellyn and Mark Miller Dec. 11 after the House passed pediatric medical research legislation named after the Miller’s late daughter, Gabriella. Photo Courtesy/Facebook, Smashing Walnuts
Thu., Dec. 12 | 12:10 PM - The U.S. House of Representatives Wednesday passed the Gabriella Miller Kids First Research Act, honoring the legacy of Miller, an inspiring 10-year-old Leesburg girl who lost her battle with cancer in October.
Charter Review Committee continues to vet Middleburg application
Thu., Dec. 12 | 07:00 AM - Members of the Middleburg Charter Committee met with the School Board's Charter Review Committee Dec. 5 at Briar Woods High School.
Ashburn business finds niche teaching Indian music to growing population
Students have a “jam session” in the basement of Veena Pandiri, the founder of Notes n’ Beats, an organization which teaches kids traditional Indian music and dance. Photo Courtesy/Veena Pandiri
Thu., Dec. 12 | 11:50 AM - Veena Pandiri teaches the Indian child diaspora how to play and dance to traditional Indian music.
Mental health initiatives announced in Virginia
Gov. Bob McDonnell, pictured in this file photo, on Dec. 10 announced a series of proposals to strengthen mental health resources in the state. Times-Mirror File Photo
Wed., Dec. 11 | 02:10 PM - "Mental health is something that affects Virginians in every corner of the state," McDonnell said at a news conference in Richmond.
Supervisors reconsider, lift tax moratorium for Loudoun nonprofits
Wed., Dec. 11 | 11:02 AM - The Loudoun Board of Supervisors reversed course Dec. 4 by lifting a 5-year-old moratorium on providing property tax exemptions for certain nonprofits or community-bettering organizations.
Dulles South attendance zones adopted
Tue., Dec. 10 | 09:06 PM - The Loudoun County School Board finalized the new attendance boundaries for the South Riding area Dec. 10 by an 8-0-vote, ending to a relatively quiet rezoning process.
Actor and comedian Patton Oswalt brings the funny home
Comedian Patton Oswalt, a graduate of Broad Run High School, participates in a Q and A session in front of a sold-out crowd with ABC 7’s Arch Campbell at the Alamo Cinema Drafthouse in Ashburn on Dec 4. The night began with a pre-screening of Oswalt’s new movie “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty.” —Times-Mirror Photo/Jonathan Taylor
Wed., Dec. 11 | 06:03 AM - From 1983 to 1987, Patton Oswalt was one of hundreds of D.C. suburbanite teenagers, attending Broad Run High School, prepping for college and hanging out with friends in what he describes as a less than exciting area.
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