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    A suspect has been named in the 2012 murder of former Winchester Star reporter Sarah Greenhalgh. -Courtesy/Fauquier Times

    Suspect named in 2012 murder of Sarah Greenhalgh
    Tue., Dec. 16 | 12:17 PM - Fingerprints from John Sheldon Kearns – Greenhalgh's former boyfriend – were obtained on Dec. 8, according to an affidavit filed in the Circuit Court Dec. 11.
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    Aaron Monsey of Sterling claimed his $1 million lottery prize on Dec. 15 – less than one week before it was set to expire. Photo Courtesy/Virginia Lottery

    Sterling man claims $1 million Powerball prize one week before it expires
    Mon., Dec. 15 | 05:31 PM - Aaron Monsey was in no hurry to claim his $1 million winning lottery ticket.

    Ryan Gould of Purcellville helps spread the Christmas spirit in western Loudoun with his elaborately decorated home. Times-Mirror Photo/Elizabeth Stinnette

    Dreams of Christmas lights dance in the head of Purcellville resident
    Sun., Dec. 14 | 07:48 AM - Ryan Gould, a Purcellville resident and software engineer for Orbital, has spent seven years crafting a light show extravaganza choreographed to Christmas music.

    Mike Carroll has owned Leesburg Vintner in historic downtown for more than two decades.

    Loudoun’s most essential holiday sauces
    Sat., Dec. 13 | 08:31 AM - In a county dotted by wineries, breweries and now a couple cideries, is there a better, more convenient present than booze?

    93-year-old Ashby Ponds resident Charlotte Nurge has volunteered a county-estimated 3,300 hours of her time to improve Loudoun County. Times-Mirror Photo

    Charlotte Nurge, ‘Mayor of Ashby Ponds,’ honored by Loudoun supervisors
    Thu., Dec. 11 | 08:21 AM - The Board of Supervisors surprised Nurge by announcing the central recreation room in the forthcoming Dulles South Senior Center will be named “The Charlotte Nurge Recreation Room.”
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    Sterling’s Ryan Sill faces the crowd “singing for his life” with Howie Day’s “Collide.” Courtesy photo

    Sterling’s Sill survives to top eight of “The Voice”
    Wed., Nov. 26 | 07:28 PM - Sterling native Ryan Sill moves on to the top eight on NBC's “The Voice” after barely surviving Tuesday's elimination round.
    LCPS welcomes new director of transportation
    Tue., Dec. 16 | 12:27 PM - The new director of the Department of Transportation for Loudoun County Public Schools is in town.
    Route 50 lane closure expected Saturday in Dulles South area
    Fri., Dec. 12 | 05:00 PM - A lane of Route 50 west from Stonecroft Boulevard to Pleasant Valley in Fairfax will be closed Saturday from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. to allow contractors to complete work and open a third lane of traffic to motorists.
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    Mathias Giordano met with players and coaches of the New York Giants, his favorite NFL team, earlier this year. The local teenager who battled bone cancer died Dec. 7. Courtesy Photo

    Updated with arrangements announcement: Mathias Giordano dies at 13
    Wed., Dec. 10 | 11:16 AM - Mathias Giordano, a Leesburg childhood cancer awareness advocate who inspired the “Team Mathias” movement, died Sunday. He was 13.
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    Karlie Harman of Aldie met Robert Griffin III, football quarterback for the Washington Redskins, at FedEx Field in Maryland when she was told she was a finalist in the NFL contest “Together We Make Football.” Courtesy photo

    ‘A Jane-of-all-trades:’ Aldie’s female football player NFL contest finalist
    Tue., Dec. 9 | 05:14 PM - It's been a busy year for Karlie Harman, a freshman at John Champe High School. Harman is one of three final contestants in the NFL's "Together We Make Football" contest.
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    Sterling’s Sill sings in wildcard round in “The Voice”
    Tue., Dec. 9 | 04:10 PM - Sterling resident Ryan Sill didn't make it to the top five of NBC's "The Voice." But he still has one last chance to make it to the final round thanks to the show's first ever installed wild card round.

    Michael Hardin, a South Riding resident, hand crafts pens made out of unique materials. His work will be on display Dec. 12-14 at the Sugarloaf Festival in Chantilly. Photo Courtesy/Michael Hardin

    Loudoun County veteran one of hundreds of artists to be featured at Sugarloaf Festival
    Sun., Dec. 7 | 10:00 AM - At least 250 artisans will showcase their work at this year's Sugarloaf Festival in Chantilly and among them will be Loudoun County resident Michael Hardin.
    2015 Future Leaders Scholarship Award
    Fri., Dec. 5 | 08:04 PM - It's that time of the year again. The Loudoun Times-Mirror is accepting applications for the 2015 Future Leaders Scholarship Award.

    Kelli Lockhart of Harper’s Ferry with Brian Eichman of Greencastle, Pa. model their selections for this year’s ugly Christmas sweater parties. Times-Mirror/Karen Graham

    I’m dreaming of an ugly Christmas sweater
    Fri., Dec. 5 | 05:58 PM - A recent and growing trend finds people on a quest for the perfect ugly Christmas sweater, and it has become a booming business for Re-Love It in Purcellville.
    Stone Ridge neighborhoods to get a visit from Santa
    Fri., Dec. 5 | 03:16 PM - Residents in the Stone Ridge area should be on-the-lookout for Santa riding through their neighborhood on a big, bright fire engine.
    A baking bonanza at Layered Cake Patisserie in Leesburg
    Fri., Dec. 5 | 12:56 PM - Owners and bakers Anthony and Barbara Chavez are likely familiar faces to Leesburg locals because the couple has sold their goodies at the Leesburg farmer's market for several years – and with great success.
    Sill falls in live elimination for ‘The Voice’ top five
    Wed., Dec. 3 | 08:45 PM - Sterling's Ryan Sill was eliminated on Tuesday's episode of "The Voice."
    “Makers” eyeing a move to Leesburg: Nonprofit to spark creative interests in Loudoun
    Wed., Dec. 3 | 06:04 PM - Makersmiths, a community-led nonprofit led by Patrick Scannell, has plans to stake its flag in Leesburg next month with a 4,000-square-foot facility.
    Live from Fabbioli Cellars: It’s Virginia Wine Time
    Wed., Dec. 3 | 05:06 PM - Loudoun County's Fabbioli Cellars recently played host to Virginia Wine Chat, a podcast and Twitter conversation launched by wine blogger Frank Morgan.
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    Leesburg Diner grand opening set for Dec. 13
    Wed., Dec. 3 | 07:05 AM - Loudouners can get their first glimpse and taste of Leesburg Diner, formerly Leesburg Restaurant, during December's First Friday in historic downtown.

    U.S. Rep. Frank Wolf (R) has been named the 2014 ‘Daniel of the Year’ by WORLD News Group for his work advocating for religious freedom. Times-Mirror File Photo/Trevor Baratko

    Frank Wolf named WORLD news’ ‘Daniel of the Year’
    Tue., Dec. 2 | 04:39 PM - Wolf, who is stepping down this year after more than three decades in the House, has consistently advocated for global religious freedom throughout his tenure.

    Cindy Kemper, owner of Heaven and Elle, brushes on beauty with a client. Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

    Looking good in Loudoun
    Sat., Nov. 29 | 02:00 PM - As a flourishing and fast-growing county, Loudoun is an attractive prospect for specialized businesses offering cosmetic procedures.

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    Loudoun hosts presidentially pardoned turkeys at Morven Park
    Thu., Nov. 27 | 08:00 AM - Yesterday President Barack Obama pardoned Mac and Cheese, two turkeys from Ohio, who were jointly spared in the President's National Thanksgiving Turkey Presentation.
    Sterling’s Sill competes for top eight spot on “The Voice”
    Tue., Nov. 25 | 12:59 PM - It's up to the public's vote for Sterling's Ryan Sill to make it to the top eight of "The Voice" tonight. Voting is open till noon today.

    Jeff Kinney, author of the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series, shows some of his drawings to children at Kenneth Culbert Elementary School in Hamilton Nov. 24. Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

    “Diary of a Wimpy Kid” author Jeff Kinney inspires students at two Loudoun schools
    Mon., Nov. 24 | 04:46 PM - Jeff Kinney stood before a room of enraptured students, their attention completely captivated. At that moment, he was the envy of every teacher in the room.
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    Three nonprofit leaders accepted donations totaling $70,000 from the Claude Moore Charitable Foundation Nov. 22. (Director of CMCF J. Hamilton Lambert; Gary Brown, CMCF trustee; Nicole Acosta, director of Loudoun Abused Women’s Shelter; Rahman Parker, director of Loudoun Free Clinic; Jennifer Montgomery, director of Loudoun Interfaith Relief; and Peter Arnston, CMCF trustee) Courtesy photo

    Claude Moore gives surprise end-of-year funding to local nonprofits
    Mon., Nov. 24 | 12:30 PM - The Claude Moore Charitable Foundation has gotten into the spirit of the season by donating to three Loudoun-based nonprofits.
    MORE: Team Mathias unleashing childhood cancer awareness
    Mon., Nov. 24 | 10:23 AM - Mathias Giordano, 13, was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma, cancer of the bone, in July 2012. In the years since, the local boy has endured more than 50 rounds of chemo and radiation, major lung surgeries and a below-the-knee amputation of his right leg.

    Loudoun Interfaith Relief hands out food and other help to the county’s families all year. But the holiday months are an especially hectic time for Loudoun’s largest food pantry. Stock photo

    No small potatoes: Loudoun Interfaith rebounds in time for the turkey
    Fri., Nov. 21 | 12:01 PM - Last minute donations closed the gap in a food shortage just in time for Loudoun Interfaith Relief's Thanksgiving dinner distribution.

    The Koennels welcomed baby Harper at Inova’s Natural Birth Center on Nov. 14. From left to right: Dad Dan, big sister Addison, mom Caitlyn, baby Harper Certified Nurse Midwife Shannon Wise and Dr. Michelle Roberts-Borden, medical director, Inova Loudoun Hospital Natural Birth Center. Photo Courtesy/Renee Brohard

    First baby born at Inova’s new Natural Birth Center
    Fri., Nov. 21 | 10:00 AM - For Ashburn mom Caitlyn Koennel, the birth of her second child, Harper, on Nov. 14 came without any beeping monitors, needles or tubes.
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    Heather Coleman, who suffers from bipolar disorder, speaks at a recent event at Briar Woods High School about suicide prevention. Courtesy Photo/Julie Fisher McCarter

    ‘This is My Brave’: Community responds to growing suicide, depression rates
    Wed., Nov. 19 | 03:14 PM - A nationwide survey of ninth to 12th-graders found that 16 percent reported seriously considering suicide, 13 percent reported creating a plan and 8 percent reporting trying to take their own life.
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