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With time running out, here’s where Verizon, union negotiations stand

With little time left to come to a contract agreement, Verizon, one of Loudoun's top employers, and unions continue their negotiations.

Community members take time Thursday to put a memorial wall in honor of Desmend and Quincy Holmes. Times-Mirror/Bill Clare

Cardinal Ridge community mourns loss of two students

About 100 people gathered Thursday at Cardinal Ridge Elementary School in Centreville for a vigil to honor the two boys who lost their lives last week in a car crash in Charlottsville.

Children pose for a photo at the Junior Cotillion Spring Ball. Photos Courtesy/Jean Anne

Times change, but cotillion remains popular in Loudoun

In a society where learning ballroom dance and proper table etiquette may seem old school, cotillion has continued to remain popular in Loudoun County.

Sterling’s Diana Balboni polishes a portion of plane in Seattle as part of the Air Force One Detailing Team. Courtesy photo

Sterling woman restores presidential jet with team

Diana Balboni of Sterling recently returned from a mission to Seattle where, with 34 others on the Air Force One Detailing Team, she detailed the first Air Force One presidential jet in its annual preservation checkup.

Facebook/Mad Horse Brew Pub

New ownership promises local focus at Lovettsville’s Mad Horse Brew Pub

When David Ratliff was stationed in Africa as a State Department Foreign Service staffer, the Alexandria­ native dreamed about bringing his young family home while also pursuing his long-term entrepreneurial dreams.

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Children’s musicians Andrew & Polly to debut in Ashburn

The shows begin at 10:30 a.m. at Jammin' Java, 227 Maple Ave. E., Vienna, and at 6 p.m. they will open for the Okee Dokee Brothers on the outdoor stage at Willowsford, 23506 Founders Drive, Ashburn.

Times-Mirror/Anna Harris

Dulles South residents oppose power lines

Members of the Dulles South community voiced their hesitations and opposition to a series of power lines set for build along Route 50 at the July 23 public input session hosted by Supervisor Matt Letourneau (R-Dulles).

Golf star Billy Hurley issued a plea Tuesday just before the Quicken Loans National Golf Tournament for the safe return of his father who has been missing for nine days. Tara Slate Donaldson/Virginia News Group

MORE: Golf star issues emotional plea for Leesburg father’s return

Golf star Billy Hurley issued an emotional plea Tuesday, asking anyone who's seen or heard from his Leesburg-resident father to help find him.

Cured opened its doors to customers June 28. Facebook/Cured

New food truck, Cured, cures epicurious appetites in Loudoun

Two former chefs at the Wine Kitchen in Leesburg have launched Cured, a new food truck which is already out and about in Loudoun and receiving rave reviews from customers.

Times-Mirror Photo/Kate Murphy

Former soccer star returns to Loudoun County High School to teach

When she was a young girl Olivia Mackey knew she wanted two things in life, to be a soccer player and a teacher. After a professional soccer career, she returned home and will be a new physical education teacher at Loudoun County High School.

Army Spc. Stephan L. Mace will killed in action in October 2009. Photo Courtesy/Vanessa Adelson

‘We are here ... we are here’: Purcellville mother honors fallen son’s legacy

The mother of five knew when her son, Stephan Mace died in combat in 2009, she couldn't just sit by and watch his brothers-in-arms suffer as they returned home from fighting on the front lines.

VIDEO: Media personality Roland Martin confronts Confederate statue supporters in Leesburg

NewsOne Now host and former CNN contributor Roland Martin paid a visit to the Confederate statue in front of Loudoun's courthouse during the NAACP rally in Leesburg Saturday.

MacDowell’s sand patio in downtown Leesburg was taped off last year before a rezone was approved by Leesburg officials. Times-Mirror File Photo

MacDowell Brew Kitchen’s beach in Leesburg faces closure … again

An ongoing zoning issue with Leesburg could force MacDowell Brew Kitchen's beach to temporarily close while the restaurant’s owner satisfies some stipulations of a conditional rezone approval.

The Purcellville Wine and Food Festival is perennially one of the hottest attractions of the year for western Loudoun. Times-Mirror Photo/Jonathan Taylor

IN PHOTOS: The fourth annual Purcellville Wine and Food Festival

Despite the heat, thousands turned out for the fourth annual Purcellville Wine and Food Festival Saturday. Enjoy a few snapshots of the afternoon from photographer Jonathan Taylor.

T. J. Miles is the lead in the Sterling Playmakers “The Music Man.” Times-Mirror/Jen Lofquist

Sterling Playmakers’ actor comes full circle in “The Music Man”

As a freshman at Sterling’s Park View High School, T.J. Miles decided to help out with that year’s drama production in the orchestral pit playing the trombone.
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