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    Chris Trent of Leesburg, a former member of Calvary Temple, came out to protest alleged abuse by the church, including he says, corporal punishment that left red welts on his 4-year-old son’s bare bottom. Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

    Community protests Sterling’s Calvary Temple church amid allegations of sexual abuse
    Sun., Mar. 29 | 02:46 PM - Former congregants and members of the community on Sunday protested across the street from Sterling's Calvary Temple church in an effort to raise awareness to practices they say have gone on for decades behind its closed doors.

    Hillis’ painting “Curacao Copa Cabana” was one of only three to receive awards for the Quick Draw competition. Photo Courtesy/Catherine Hillis

    Round Hill artist awarded honorable mention in international plein air competition
    Sun., Mar. 29 | 08:08 AM - A Round Hill artist recently was the only American artist to receive honors at the Plein Air Curacao International Art Festival, held March 9-18.

    The quaint, historic town will host its second annual Shakespeare in the ‘Burg event this weekend. Courtesy photo/Shakespeare in the ‘Burg

    Much Ado about Middleburg
    Thu., Mar. 26 | 02:40 PM - The Town of Middleburg is gearing up for its second annual Shakespeare in the 'Burg event.

    Nationally, women make 72 cents for every dollar a man makes. Stock

    Loudoun’s Wage Inequality
    Thu., Mar. 26 | 08:04 AM - Women in Loudoun make on average $48,733, or a little more than half of the $86,454 men make in the county, according to the Census Bureau’s American Community five-year survey looking at educational attainment and median earnings.

    Oatlands Executive Director Andrea McGimsey recently announced the next phase of the Telling All of Our Stories project, a database that contains the names of enslaved people referenced in documents associated with the Carter family who lived at Oatlands in Leesburg and Bellefield in Upperville, Oatlands was built by George Carter.

    Oatlands makes historic database available for public use
    Sat., Mar. 21 | 12:24 PM - Event to commemorate April 11

    Philly Eagles linebacker, Emmanuel Acho, visited Woodgrove High School student Hannah Delmonte Feb. 20 after she got 17,000 retweets on her request to take him to prom. Courtesy photo

    Woodgrove high schooler to take Philly Eagles linebacker to prom
    Fri., Feb. 27 | 02:00 PM - A Woodgrove High School student is taking Philadelphia Eagles linebacker Emmanuel Acho to prom after winning a retweet bet, according to Comcast SportsNet.
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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.
    Hindu community applauds revisions to SOL tests for accuracy
    Mon., Mar. 30 | 06:13 PM - The Hindu community called recent changes to Standards of Learning tests “encouraging.”
    Loudoun Lowdown: What’ll it be, Mr. Chairman?; Buddy Rizer chases the green; more ...
    Thu., Mar. 26 | 09:34 PM - The Loudoun Lowdown is a new Times-Mirror buzz section published weekly. Contact the writer at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or on Twitter at @TrevorBaratko
    Equestrian Archibald Johnston Kingsley dies at age 87
    Mon., Mar. 23 | 01:09 PM - One of Virginia’s best-known horsemen and sportsmen, Archibald Johnston Kingsley died at Richmond's MCV Hospital after a brief illness on March 17. He was 87.
    Loudoun Lowdown: The new Loudoun Business Journal, a brewery coming to Dulles and more ...
    Fri., Mar. 20 | 02:40 PM - The Loudoun Lowdown is a new Times-Mirror buzz section published weekly. Contact the writer at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or on Twitter at @TrevorBaratko.

    Photo By/J. David Buerk

    A ‘pinkout’ at Washington’s airports
    Fri., Mar. 20 | 12:47 PM - The Washington-area airports are getting in the cherry blossom spirit this month vibrant pink lighting and cherry blossom-themed promotions.

    Ensembles for Everyone has coordinated with the students of the Loudoun Youth Symphony Orchestra to bring music to those with special needs on March 21. Photo Courtesy/LYSO

    In its 24th season Loudoun Youth Symphony Orchestra to hold concert for those will special needs
    Fri., Mar. 20 | 09:36 AM - Ensembles for Everyone has coordinated with the students of the Loudoun Youth Symphony Orchestra to bring music to those with special needs on March 21.
    Director of middle school education retires
    Mon., Mar. 16 | 06:09 PM - Director of middle school education retires

    Inova Loudoun surgeon Dr. Bernard Cross. Photo Courtesy/Inova Loudoun

    Inova surgeon bucks the system
    Sat., Mar. 14 | 09:00 AM - Inova Loudoun surgeon Dr. Bernard Cross is leading the way in robotic surgery

    Gabe Ruth, father of three, died March 17, 2014, from arrhythmogenic right ventricular dysplasia or ARVD. He was 31.
    Photo Courtesy/Alanna Dvorak

    A breaker of hearts
    Fri., Mar. 13 | 08:00 AM - Nearly one year ago, Gabriel Ruth was awakened by his 11-week-old daughter at 2:30 in the morning. He woke up and rocked his crying infant to sleep before returning to bed himself. He never woke again.

    Mark and Ellyn Miller, parents of the late Gabriella Miller of Leesburg and founders of the Smashing Walnuts Foundation, addressed the several-hundred person crowd at the second annual Cracking the Cure Gala to benefit childhood cancer research March 7. Photo By/Li Chen, Estate Serenity Imagery

    Smashing Walnuts’ gala for Gabriella draws hundreds
    Wed., Mar. 11 | 11:27 AM - The second annual Smashing Walnuts Cracking the Cure Gala honoring the late Gabriella Miller of Leesburg gathered tears, laughter and $200,000.

    The feature film “Kindness Is Contagious,” scored by Sterling native Brandon Schott will be screened March 25 at the Alamo Drafthouse.

    Sterling native scores independent film
    Tue., Mar. 10 | 03:20 PM - The feature film “Kindness Is Contagious,” scored by Sterling native Brandon Schott will be screened March 25 at the Alamo Drafthouse.

    U.S. Rep. Barbara Comstock (R-Va.-10th) stands at the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, for the 50th anniversary of the “Bloody Sunday” protest. Facebook/Congresswoman Barbara Comstock

    Rep. Comstock visits Selma, attends ‘Bloody Sunday’ remembrances
    Tue., Mar. 10 | 08:45 AM - Barbara Comstock on Sunday called the pilgrimage inspiring and said it provided her insight into the struggle African Americans went through during the Civil Rights movement.
    Rep. John Lewis, civil rights icon, to be honored in Virginia
    Mon., Mar. 9 | 11:14 AM - The University of Virginia and the Thomas Jefferson Foundation at Monticello recognize the contributions of medal recipients who embrace the ideals and endeavors that Jefferson held in high regard.
    Kelly Clarkson to headline summer season at Wolf Trap
    Sat., Mar. 7 | 08:37 AM - Kelly Clarkson, Santana and Sheryl Crow are among the headliners planning to make stops this summer at the Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts.

    Legendary musician Jorma Kaukonen will take the Tally Ho Theater stage at 8:30 p.m. Thursday.

    UPDATE: Local Live Music: Jorma Kaukonen concert rescheduled for April 19
    Fri., Mar. 6 | 05:26 PM - A 50-year, legendary musical journey culminates in a solo album celebrating Americana roots with a wizened, mellow vibe.
    Loudoun Lowdown: The week’s buzz
    Fri., Mar. 6 | 12:43 PM - The week's buzz ...

    “Filing Away” by Dora Ramirez of CountrySide earned first place in the ArtSpace Fine Art Photography Competition.

    Loudoun photographers earn honors, work on display in Herndon
    Thu., Mar. 5 | 08:07 AM - Some of the best fine art photography in the region is being created by Loudouners, and their latest award-winning work can be seen this month at the ArtSpace gallery in Herndon.
    Wine Wednesday: Meritage is the new black
    Wed., Mar. 4 | 03:58 PM - Two Loudoun wineries, North Gate Vineyards and Catoctin Creek Winery, placed in the Governor's Case at the Governor's Cup Wine Competition Gala in Richmond Feb. 24.

    Stone Bridge skated past Bishop O’Connell 5-2 in the Northern Virginia Scholastic Hockey League championship game Feb. 27 at Kettler Capitals Iceplex. The Bulldogs won their sixth NVSHL championship.—Photo Courtesy/Elliott Root

    Stone Bridge rallies past O’Connell in hockey championship game
    Sun., Mar. 1 | 08:53 AM - The Bulldogs (13-0) put the finishing touches on a perfect season and claimed their sixth NVSHL championship.
    Loudoun Lowdown: The week’s buzz
    Fri., Feb. 27 | 04:10 PM - The Loudoun Lowdown is a new Times-Mirror buzz section published weekly.

    Jacob Dentu , 16, talks to Imam Abdul Rafaa of the ADAMS Center following the daily evening prayer session at the mosque in Sterling. Tin Nguyen/Fairfax County Times

    Growing Islamophobia a concern for ADAMS Center in Sterling
    Fri., Feb. 27 | 12:00 PM - Rizwan Jaka, Board Chairman of the All Dulles Area Muslim Society (ADAMS) Center, has a personal beef with the Islamic State, perhaps better known to many as ISIS.

    Fans show up to catch the Washington Redskins during a practice at Redskins Park in Ashburn, where the team’s corporate headquarters is located. Times-Mirror File Photo

    Redskins: Canceling trademark violates free-speech rights
    Thu., Feb. 26 | 12:00 PM - A federal government decision to cancel the Washington Redskins' trademark because it may be disparaging infringes on free-speech rights and unfairly singles the team out, lawyers argued in court papers filed Monday.

    Supervisor Shawn Williams (R) will not seek the county chairmanship, reversing course from a previous announcement. Williams will also not seek re-election for the Broad Run seat. Courtesy Photo

    UPDATE: Supervisor Shawn Williams bows out of chairman’s race
    Tue., Feb. 24 | 03:58 PM - Loudoun County Board of Supervisors Vice Chairman Shawn Williams (R-Broad Run) announced this morning that he will not seeking the county chairmanship.
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