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The county’s next collection event for items that can’t be tossed in with the trash scheduled May 18 in Sterling.
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Head to one of the community markets to get local produce and other products from the region.
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The annual series of Scout tours is underway at the Loudoun landfill.
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The company’s employees contributed their time to sprucing up the community.
An Earth Day planting at the school in Leesburg aims at educating residents about the importance of trees.
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The National Conference Center entertained students with animals and botanical lessons.
Huge crowds turned out Saturday for the annual event, and Sunday promises more.
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Late filers in Loudoun will have to head to Sterling to find a post office open past 6 p.m.
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