Janet Clarke won’t seek second term on Board of Supervisors
Sun., Sep. 14 | 01:34 PM - Clarke served as vice chairman on the board in 2012, before Supervisor Shawn Williams (R-Broad Run) took over that role in 2013 and 2014.
EXCLUSIVE: One Loudoun seeks to terminate stadium lease; looks for new baseball and soccer owners
Renderings of Edelman Financial Field. - Courtesy Photo
Fri., Sep. 12 | 10:40 AM - The developers of One Loudoun are seeking to terminate a lease with VIP Sports and Entertainment to build a stadium on the expansive residential, commercial and entertainment development in Ashburn.
App helps navigate bike-and-brew trail
Bikers on the W&OD trail have easy access to Old Ox Brewery between mile marker 25 and 25.5. - Times-Mirror Photo/Rick Wasser
Fri., Sep. 12 | 07:00 AM - Bikeablebrews.com is a list of all establishments serving craft beer within 1.5 miles of the W&OD trail.
Virginia and Loudoun County tourism revenues on the rise
Thu., Sep. 11 | 02:59 PM - Virginia is once again celebrating a record high for tourism across the state.
Inova gearing up to open Natural Birth Center
The Natural Birth Center at Inova in Lansdowne is expected to open around Oct. 1. Times-Mirror Photos/Crystal Owens
Thu., Sep. 11 | 12:30 PM - Loudoun County will soon be home to the first Natural Birth Center in Virginia – a facility that allows mothers to give birth without the use of medication.
State of Innovation in Education speakers share big ideas
Thu., Sep. 11 | 11:00 AM - Policy makers, educators and business leaders met in Ashburn for the State of Innovation in Education panel Aug. 10.
Loudoun supervisors approve new ethics ordinance; Delgaudio opposes
Thu., Sep. 11 | 09:49 AM - Supervisor Eugene Delgaudio on Wednesday night voted against an ethics-tightening measure that was brought on largely, if not solely, by a special grand jury investigation and removal-from-office petition stemming from allegations he misused public assets.
A post 9-11 economy
Household Incomes went down in Loudoun for the first time in years at the same time federal contract spending went down, but population has steadily increased. - Times-Mirror Graphic/Kurt Samuel
Thu., Sep. 11 | 07:00 AM - Federal government contracting woes could bring up new business questions for Loudoun economy.
Adler Center celebrates grand opening in Aldie
The Adler Center for Caring officially opened its doors Sept. 8 in Aldie.
Wed., Sep. 10 | 03:04 PM - Bustling staff, busy volunteers and smiling faces were the hallmarks of opening day as the Adler Center inaugurated its service with a grand opening celebration in Aldie on Sept. 8.