Helping Howardsville

Having running water in the family home is a foreign concept to 74-year-old Thomas Reid.

But after several meetings with Loudoun County officials, things are changing around the Reid property in Howardsville, a small, historically black community in western Loudoun with about a dozen residents.

In the three months since the Times-Mirror first reported on the conditions in Howardsville – which include a lack of running water and sewer and houses in dire need of repair – county leaders have stepped in to assist the community's few remaining residents.

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Loudoun Habitat Volunteers Recognized

Loudoun Cares recently celebrated and recognized volunteers who make a difference, impact those they serve, and create processes that improve the organizations they work with at their annual Volunteer Awards ceremony.  We are proud to share that two volunteer groups from Loudoun Habitat were recognized for their tireless efforts; Wells Fargo for Corporate Team and our Construction Crew Leads for Adult Team.  Congratulations everyone!

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