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Jason Jolly’s 50 points power Stone Bridge to region semifinals

(Pete Marovich / For The Washington Post)

BOYS’ BASKETBALL | Jason Jolly’s school-record 50 points propel the Bulldogs into a 5A North region semifinal matchup with Potomac; Tuscarora girls advance.

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Loudoun and Fauquier sports announcements

Players of all ages are sought for recreational and league teams and for clinics. Coaches are also sought.

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Fauquier County pet adoption

(Susan M. Carter / Susan M. Carter)

Dogs, cats and other animals in need of homes are available from the Fauquier SPCA.

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What’s happening in Fauquier County

Events include drop-in sports, book clubs, auditions for “The Little Mermaid Jr.” and job search help.

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Loudoun County volunteer opportunities

Nonprofit organizations, groups that aid seniors, county agencies and pet rescue groups seek assistance.

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Loudoun County community calendar, March 1-8, 2015

Events include historical programs, dancing, club meetings, theater and concerts.

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Loudoun County news in brief

Seminars on real estate tax relief set for this month; Leesburg’s annual youth career expo is March 21.

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Loudoun County and Fauquier County health calendar

Listings include blood drives, support groups, mental health services, and help for seniors and new parents.

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Two Loudoun wines among winners of Governor’s Cup wine competition

(Courtesy Visit Loudoun / Courtesy Visit Loudoun)

Two Bordeaux-style blends from North Gate Vineyards and Catoctin Creek Winery take top spots.

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A clear message to Loudoun leaders: ‘Fully fund our schools’

Dozens of speakers demand more money for education — even if that means higher taxes.

 

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Geer case has Fairfax supervisors taking another look at attorney

Lawmakers want answers from the county attorney about a probe of the police shooting of an unarmed man.

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Fairfax prosecutor asked state police to investigate Fairfax police shooting

Frustrated by obstruction from the county attorney Raymond F. Morrogh asked outside agency to investigate.

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Herndon’s Jason Sturm wins world title as amputee bobsledder

A wounded warrior is now teaching clinics nationwide in how to train “adaptive athletes.”

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Fairfax prosecutor resumes probe in police killing of John Geer in 2013

As police turn over officer’s internal affairs files, prosecutor prepares to rule on charges against officer.

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City hosts a two-day expo to teach attendees how to make greenbacks from pot’s legalization.

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