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Sheriff: Suspect Wanted in Stealing of The Ring

August 22, 2014

I invite you to be my guest at breakfast a Chic Fil A restaurant at 9 a.m. Saturday August 23, 2014, located in the Sugarland Crossing Shopping center on Route 7 opposite the Burlington Coat Factory.


Saturday, 11 October 2014

33rd Annual Columbus Day Parade. Saturday, 11 October 2014 to be sponsored by Knight of Columbus Council #6175 and Loudoun Elks #2406. The parade kicks off the SterlingFest Celebration. The parade route starts at Park View High School and will end at the Elks Lodge a.k.a. "The Barn" 401 W. Holly Ave - Sterling VA for a total of about 2 miles. Parade starts promptly from PVHS at 10am. Be there by 9:15am to get placed in the lineup. It's a short drive/walk down Laurel Sterling Blvd, end at "The Barn".

Parade typically ends by 11:30am. WANTED COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION. Show your pride, community spirit, and celebrate Sterling. To participate, contact Parade Chair, Bobby Gannon at [email protected] or phone 703.430.5931.

Sheriff Seeks Public's Assistance to Identify Suspect in Larceny of Customers Ring at Jewelry Store (Photo Below)



The Loudoun County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's assistance to help identify a suspect involved in the larceny of a diamond ring.

On June 7th, the suspect entered the Kay Jewelers in the Dulles Town Center and was looking at jewelry in the store. At one point she is seen on surveillance video taking a ring that belonged to another customer in the store who was trying on jewelry.

The suspect is described as a White female, upper middle-aged, with shoulder length blonde hair. She was wearing glasses and had on white pants, and a light green or blue shirt.

If you believe you know the identity of this suspect, you are asked to call Detective A. Harper with the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office at 571-258-3181.

Hispanic Male Solicits 13 Year Old Girl


August 15 7 AM in the 45400 block
Dulles Crossing Plaza Sterling

Suspicious Event: A 13-year-old was walking in the parking lot when an unknown suspect driving a gray SUV pulled up next to her. The driver asked her if she needed and ride. The teenager said no and the suspect then asked if she wanted money. The teenager again replied no and the subject drove away. The subject was described as a Hispanic male in his 30's. He had a chubby build and short black curly hair.

Pedestrian Loses His Life On Cascades Parkway

Pedestrian Struck/DUI: A Sterling, Virginia man lost his life after he was struck by a motorist who was driving under the influence of alcohol. Around 10PM the victim, Jeffrey A. Carter, 53, was attempting to cross Cascades Parkway, just south of Middlefield Drive, when he was struck by a northbound 2010 Ford Explorer. The driver remained on the scene.

The victim was taken to the Lansdowne Campus of Inova Loudoun Hospital where he succumbed to his injuries.

The driver, Pierpaolo Verrone, 47, of Sterling, VA, was determined to be driving under the influence of alcohol. He was charged with DUI and was released on $2500 secured bond. The crash remains under investigation by the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office Crash Reconstruction Unit.

Please pray for Jeffrey Carter and his family in their time of loss.

Park View HS Football

Park View HS Patriot team members are going door to door to pay for their program fundraiser this evening and over the next few nights. Be generous.

Sterling Foundation On the Edge of Improving Sterling

New "Edging Party" Formed for Saturday September 13

Kevin D. Chroninger, Chairman, Sterling Foundation, Inc. made this public statement

"On August 9, 2014, Sterling Foundation volunteers and three workers from Fine Landscapes, Ltd., Sterling edged the curbing on Sterling Boulevard between Frederick Drive and Laurel Road. This work was part of a year-long project to clean-up the main street of Sterling Park. Sterling Foundation would like to thank the following for their time and effort on this behalf: Fine Landscapes, Ltd. for the donation of equipment and their three hard-working employees, Juan Nataren, Eliseo Nataren Ayala and Emilio Salmeron, along with volunteers Maureen Beach, John Boling, A.J. Fuentes, Anne Geiger, Aaron Gilman, Jeff Reynolds, Pat Reynolds, Bob Ryan, and Matt Villalobos for the edging work, and Krista Braxton, Debra Vest and Cheryl Villalobos who provided a delicious lunch and hydration all day long for the workers. Major kudos goes to Aaron Gilman for being the spark to get this project rolling.

Our next "edging party" is tentatively scheduled for September 13th--go to for updated information.

Sterling Foundation, Inc. is an all-volunteer nonprofit enterprise that, among other activities, raises funds to plant trees in and mow the Sterling Boulevard median and sponsors Sterling Fest. Please consider joining this community-based organization so we can do more for you in Sterling Park."


LINK President Lisa Lombardozzi was excited about receiving IMTC. She commented, "LINK is thrilled to have Immanual Mar Thoma join us in our ministry to provide food to families in our community. We are always seeking strength in numbers and we welcome our brothers and sisters in Christ to our ministry." Mr. Aji Jacob, IMTC Outreach Coordinator serves as representative to LINK.

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New Pilot Program
Loudoun County Will Help Your Sterling company Become a Million Dollar Company.

Loudoun SBDC is launching a new pilot program, Coaching for a MillionTM. In a nutshell, if you are a (all of Sterling) Loudoun small business with current sales of $250K - $500K and have an unquenchable desire to grow your revenues to $1M+ within 12 months, YOU are our target client! Once applications are received, five companies will be accepted into the program. Loudoun SBDC will then put together a customized ad hoc Board of Advisers to work with each company over a 12-month period. Contact email: [email protected]

These clients will also work in-depth with Loudoun SBDC in counseling and coaching sessions. Working collaboratively, success goals will be established, measured and evaluated throughout the12 months as clients go "all-out" to reach $1M+ in sales.

Loudoun SBDC will kick off the event at an upcoming seminar on Achieving Growth Through Exceptional Advisory Boards on Thursday, October 16th at the George Washington University campus in Ashburn. More details will soon be on Even though the pilot program is limited to only 5 clients, any business can learn valuable information and insight from this seminar. We wish to thank Capital One Bank, NA, for their support which makes this pilot program possible.


Monday, August 25 2014, at 7:30 p.m. at Harper Park Middle School
701 Potomac Station Drive, Leesburg, VA, 20176

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