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Champe vs Colgan football

The John Champe Knights, pictured here during a 49-29 win over Colgan in Week 4, shut out Osbourn Park 58-0 in a Class 6 Cedar Run District game Sept. 30

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They Might Be Giants

John Linnell, left, and John Flansburgh make up They Might Be Giants. The band will be performing in Leesburg this week to support the Arc of Loudoun.

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They Might Be Giants talks upcoming Leesburg show to support the Arc of Loudoun

They Might Be Giants, pioneers of alternative rock, will bring their eclectic mix of quirky lyrics and catchy pop hooks to Leesburg this week to support the Arc of Loudoun.

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PHOTOS: Captains rally for 20-14 win over Huskies in Dulles showdown

The Loudoun County Captains scored 20 unanswered points to turn an early deficit into a 20-14 win over the host Tuscarora Huskies in a Class 4 Dulles District football game

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One student injured, one arrested in school fight Wednesday

A fight in an Independence High School bathroom on Wednesday left one student hospitalized with serious injuries, according to police.

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Herndon man charged with second degree murder after Leesburg death

A 19-year-old man from Herndon is facing a count of second-degree murder after the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office said he killed a Leesburg man.

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UPDATE: Herndon man charged with murder after Leesburg Death

A suspicious death investigation at a home in the 21000 block of Evergreen Mills Road in Leesburg was underway on Friday night.

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Judge says parents’ lawsuit against LCPS overly broad

Attorneys representing 11 parents suing Loudoun County Public Schools and the school board alleging school district policies are "racist" and overly liberal have to go back to the drawing board.

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Community View: Ryan Bartel Foundation committed to stopping suicide

After a long summer with kids at home, some families are breathing a sigh of relief now that kids are back in school. But for some, it means rising anxiety,