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The luxury Middleburg spa partners with local beekeeper to develop program. Photo Courtesy/Salamander Spa & Resort

Middleburg’s Salamander goes to the bees

Salamander Resort & Spa has formed a partnership with local beekeeper Britt Thomas, owner of Britt’s Bees, to develop the Salamander Honeybee Program. Bringing in 20 hives with about 50,000 bees in each hive for a total of more than 1 million bees, Salamander will start producing its own honey before the end of summer. More

With time running out, here’s where Verizon, union negotiations stand

With little time left to come to a contract agreement, Verizon, one of Loudoun's top employers, and unions continue their negotiations.
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Missing golf star’s Leesburg father found safe in Texas

The missing father of golf star Billy Hurley was found safe today in Texas, according to Leesburg Police, after a citizen recognized him from media reports and contacted local authorities.


Community members take time Thursday to put a memorial wall in honor of Desmend and Quincy Holmes. Times-Mirror/Bill Clare

Cardinal Ridge community mourns loss of two students

About 100 people gathered Thursday at Cardinal Ridge Elementary School in Centreville for a vigil to honor the two boys who lost their lives last week in a car crash in Charlottsville.

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Dulles go kart racetrack says goodbye

Allsports Grand Prix indoor go kart racetrack announced an Aug. 2 closing of its Dulles location.


Judge rules Va. can remove Confederate flag from license plates

A judge has granted Virginia permission to remove the Confederate flag from license plates, according to Attorney General Mark Herring.
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Children pose for a photo at the Junior Cotillion Spring Ball. Photos Courtesy/Jean Anne

Times change, but cotillion remains popular in Loudoun

In a society where learning ballroom dance and proper table etiquette may seem old school, cotillion has continued to remain popular in Loudoun County.

McAuliffe’s political action committee returning money linked to oil company

Gov. Terry McAuliffe's political action committee is returning a $25,000 donation from a company with ties to Angola's state-owned oil company.
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Sterling woman restores presidential jet with team

Diana Balboni of Sterling recently returned from a mission to Seattle where, with 34 others on the Air Force One Detailing Team, she detailed the first Air Force One presidential jet in its annual preservation checkup.

Loudoun releases new composite sketch of alleged 1982 killer

Law enforcement have released a new, age-progression composite sketch of a Fairfax County women's alleged killer in hopes to advance the unsolved 1982 case.

New ownership promises local focus at Lovettsville’s Mad Horse Brew Pub

When David Ratliff was stationed in Africa as a State Department Foreign Service staffer, the Alexandria­ native dreamed about bringing his young family home while also pursuing his long-term entrepreneurial dreams.
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