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    Psych services struggle to keep up in growing Loudoun County
    Thu., Jan. 29 | 08:06 AM - The job of providing for the needs of those struggling with mental illness is no small task, and it's hard to keep up with the growing demand.

    Michelle Thomas, pastor at Holy and Whole Life Changing Ministries International in Lansdowne, looks through historical documents on her church’s newly purchased land. Anna Harris/Times-Mirror

    Leesburg pastor’s historic discovery drives her quest for a new church
    Wed., Jan. 28 | 08:00 AM - When Pastor Michelle Thomas dug into the history behind her church's newly purchased property, she made a surprising find.
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    John Whitbeck (middle) of Lansdowne is joined by former U.S. Senate candidate Ed Gillespie (left) and Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal (R) at a fundraiser in 2014. Courtesy Photo

    Virginia GOP taps Loudoun’s Whitbeck for chairman post
    Mon., Jan. 26 | 01:04 PM - The Republican Party of Virginia also announced Texas Gov. Rick Perry, who is expected to vie for the GOP presidential nomination in 2016, will headline the party's Commonwealth Dinner in February.

    Last year Casey Conner, founder of Ice Lab Ice Sculptures, in Baltimore, Md. created an enormous sculpture of an eagle soaring over a mountain, intended to honor the area’s many military veterans and active-duty members. Courtesy Photo

    Turning ice into art
    Fri., Jan. 23 | 10:13 AM - Village at Leesburg’s Winter Ice Fest to host elite ice carving competition
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    First elected to the House in 1980, Congressman Frank Wolf will pass the baton to Barbara Comstock Tuesday. Times-Mirror Photo

    Congressman Frank Wolf left indelible mark on region
    Mon., Jan. 5 | 12:09 PM - Wolf earned a tremendous amount of respect from colleagues on both sides of the aisle as someone who is both principled and willing to break with his party when he thought it was in the best interest of his constituents.
    Book Review:“The Historic Murder Trial of George Crawford”
    Thu., Jan. 29 | 05:25 PM - David Bradley’s appetite for history inspired him to pen the 1930’s historical account of the murder trial of George Crawford, an African American on trial for the murders of Middleburg socialites Agnes Ilsley and Mina Buckner. However, this isn’t simply a story about a man on trial for murder. Rather, George Crawford’s case is the case that put all-white Southern juries on trial.
    Population growth in Va. slows to one percent
    Thu., Jan. 29 | 12:35 PM - Virginia is amid its slowest growth rate in decades.
    Loudoun County’s population tops 350,000 mark
    Tue., Jan. 27 | 04:23 PM - For the first time in history, Loudoun County's population has topped 350,000, according to estimates released today by the University of Virginia's Weldon Cooper Center.
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    Four from Loudoun audition for National Cherry Blossom Festival parade
    Fri., Jan. 23 | 05:55 PM - Three students and one singing group from Loudoun were chosen to audition Jan. 27 for the National Cherry Blossom Festival parade.
    Poll: Majority of Virginians view Bob McDonnell as good governor
    Thu., Jan. 22 | 06:39 PM - A majority of Virginians -- 57 percent -- think Bob McDonnell was a good governor overall, but 57 percent also agree with the judge's sentence of prison time.

    Sahasra Deepika started out with 10 students. Now, they house and educate 60 students. Director of the organization, Sarva Rajendra (middle of back row in purple) hopes to increase their reach in the future without sacrificing quality of education. Courtesy photo/Sarva Rajendra

    An education worth a thousand lights: Loudoun locals forge learning paths in India
    Thu., Jan. 22 | 12:00 PM - Sterling's Sarva Rajendra saw how her parents used education to transform lives in India through the Sahasra Deepika Foundation for Education, which she took over as director in 2008.
    Republicans criticize McAuliffe’s mental health care plan
    Wed., Jan. 21 | 02:57 PM - House Republicans say Gov. Terry McAuliffe has implemented a poorly conceived plan to provide health care coverage for low-income Virginians with severe mental illnesses.

    Mary Lee Crabbe of Reston carries a banner in tribute to Dr. King during the march. Times-Mirror Photo/Rich Kessler

    IN PHOTOS: Martin Luther King Jr. Day in Leesburg
    Tue., Jan. 20 | 05:48 PM - Hundreds of residents throughout Loudoun County marched down East Market Street in Leesburg on Jan. 19.
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    Average per gallon gas price under $2
    Tue., Jan. 20 | 04:57 PM - After cresting for a span of 24 hours at $2 a gallon starting early Friday morning, the average retail price for regular grade gasoline in Virginia fell below $2 per gallon over the weekend to $1.99 per gallon statewide.

    Richard T. Gillespie is the new executive director for the Mosby Heritage Area Association, which aims to educate about the history and advocate for the preservation of the culture and scenery of the Northern Virginia Piedmont. Courtesy Photo

    Mosby association preserves past, embraces change
    Tue., Jan. 20 | 12:46 PM - The Mosby association just completed a preservation plan for the Aldie, Middleburg and Upperville battlefields.

    Loudoun sculptor Jeffrey Hall’s sculpture proposal won the commission from King Library in Colorado. He wanted to create a pose which captures four words he believes represent King’s spirit: courage, determination, passion and gentle. Courtesy photo

    Local artist commissioned to sculpt MLK statue
    Mon., Jan. 19 | 04:09 PM - King Library in Aurora, Colo. commissioned Lovettsville native Jeffrey Hall to sculpt a 7-foot statue of Martin Luther King Jr. to be installed in August.
    Leesburg Public Art Commission seeks requests for fiscal 2016 funding
    Sat., Jan. 17 | 09:00 AM - The Leesburg Public Art Commission is inviting local arts organizations to submit requests for funding.

    Ellie, a 35-40 pound black dog, has been missing since September, when she broke away from her newly adopted family after spending less than three months in the Middleburg Humane Foundation. Courtesy photo

    Pet Detective on the case for missing dog
    Fri., Jan. 16 | 06:16 PM - After weeks of unfruitful searching, the Middleburg Humane Foundation hired the Pet Detective to find a missing dog.
    Middleburg Film Fest features claim 13 Oscar nominations
    Fri., Jan. 16 | 03:57 PM - Films and actors showcased at the second Middleburg Film Festival last fall were nominated for a total of 13 Oscar nominations Thursday morning.
    Loudoun Valley Arts offers support group for emerging artists
    Fri., Jan. 16 | 11:01 AM - As a new charitable organization, Loudoun Valley Arts is excited about its mission to support professional, emerging and student artists and make creative arts more prominent in the community.
    Advocate for Loudoun community and tourism dies
    Tue., Jan. 13 | 03:52 PM - Former Aldie resident Steve Hines, marketing resource manager and tourism advocate in Loudoun, died Sunday morning in his Charlottesville home after a battle with cancer.
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    One dead, dozens injured after Metro station fills with smoke
    Mon., Jan. 12 | 09:52 PM - One is dead, two critically injured and many others injured after a Metro station filled with smoke Monday afternoon.
    Claude Moore Charitable Foundation awards $1.4M in grants for 2015
    Mon., Jan. 12 | 01:41 PM - The trustees of the Claude Moore Foundation recently announced it has awarded more than $1.4 million in grants to Loudoun County charities and organizations in 2015.

    A.J. Perez performs an obstacle during a Tough Mudder event. Perez completed the 50-mile World’s Toughest Mudder in 24 hours, 30 minutes and 58 seconds to finish 227th overall. Photo Courtesy/Tough Mudder

    Leesburg man goes the distance
    Mon., Jan. 12 | 12:24 PM - In general, a "sports guy" comes in one of two types. There's the guy who plays sports, rotating from one game to another with the seasons. Then there's the guy who watches sports, enjoying the competition while admiring the ability and determination of the players.
    LAST DAY: 2015 Future Leaders Scholarship Award
    Fri., Jan. 9 | 02:13 PM - The Loudoun Times-Mirror is accepting applications for the 2015 Future Leaders Scholarship Award.
    Health challenge focuses on wellness not weight loss
    Thu., Jan. 8 | 03:37 PM - At Stone Ridge's Wellness Connection, weight loss is more about the hiccups in life that can draw one's focus away from their goals in life.

    David Bromberg will perform Sunday at the Tally Ho Theatre in downtown Leesburg.

    From Dylan to The Beastie Boys: David Bromberg’s musical legacy spans 50 years
    Thu., Jan. 8 | 10:28 AM - The “Godfather of Americana music” will take the Tally Ho Theatre stage on Sunday.
    Formerly of Wine Kitchen, Michael Foote arrives at Salamander
    Wed., Jan. 7 | 04:01 PM - Local wine lovers savoring a sipping session at Salamander Resort and Spa in Middleburg will see a new, albeit familiar, face welcoming them to the ravishing Gold Cup Wine Bar and Harrimans Virginia Piedmont Grill, located within the hotel.

    Pebbles was well enough to spend Christmas with his family after receiving third-degree burns over more than 80 percent of his body in a house-fire on Thanksgiving. The new year sees him safely home. Courtesy photo

    Teacup pig recovering in Middleburg finally goes home
    Tue., Jan. 6 | 08:15 AM - On Thanksgiving, a house fire caused the Warrenton family who owns Pebbles to lose everything. Now, nearly seven weeks later, Pebbles is well and home.
    Northern Va. man helps party-goers prevent drunken dialing
    Wed., Dec. 31 | 08:02 AM - If you are looking for a safe, embarrassment-free New Year’s Eve, Joshua Anton can help.
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