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La Shaun Berrien owns the Ashburn Waxing the City franchise, an endeavor started after many years as a fully certified engineer. Courtesy Photo/Waxing the City

A delicate science: Engineer opens Ashburn waxing studio

The move from scientific researcher to franchise owner of a waxing studio wasn’t a giant leap for La Shaun Berrien. More

Survey shows what’s important to Northern Va. commuters

Conducted by the consulting firm Heart + Mind Strategies, the survey is the first step in the NVTA’s public outreach push as the regional body seeks to update TransAction, the long-term transportation plan for all of Northern Virginia.

Mom’s Apple Pie: Standing room only

While most businesses wait for their sales to spike on the day following Thanksgiving, Mom's Apple Pie, the tiny, independently-owned shop on the edge of downtown Leesburg, couldn't get people in the door fast enough Wednesday.

CEO of VIP Bob Farren at the Washington Capital’s opening home game Oct. 10. Courtesy photo

One Loudoun to court: VIP, Farren vying in secret for new stadium at Kincora

Bob Farren, CEO of Virginia Investment Partnership (VIP), is trying to do "significant business" with developers Kincora for new baseball stadium in secret, according to court documents filed Friday by One Loudoun.

Mother Gina Rubin and daughter Iliana, 7, are battling cancer together. Courtesy Photo

Purcellville Community rallies for mother and daughter battling cancer

For the Rubin family of Purcellville, this past summer began much like every other summer – their kids swam in the pool, played with friends and they went on a family vacation in July.

Ashburn student taps her way to Germany

In the midst of the holiday, Stone Bridge High School junior Miranda Turnbull makes her way to Riesa, Germany, as one of a team of tap-dancers for the American Tap Company at the World Tap Championships Dec. 1-5.

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Inova Loudoun embarks on its third expansion

Inova Loudoun Hospital's next expansion is a big one, alleviating its increasingly full beds and widening their niche care with service and facility changes set for a 2019 finish. As the county and its population have grown, so has the hospital, and the coming changes are a direct response to that growth.
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At their conference in Leesburg, power women mean business

More than 600 business leaders attended the annual Loudoun Women’s Business Conference Nov. 20 at the National Conference Center in Leesburg.


Del. Jim LeMunyon files bill to fight McAuliffe’s I-66 tolling plan

Legislation for the 2016 Virginia General Assembly is starting to roll in, and number one on the list – literally – is Northern Virginia Del. Jim LeMunyon's proposal to prohibit tolling on I-66 inside the Beltway.

Loudoun NAACP calls for more minority teachers at LCPS

The president of the Loudoun chapter of the NAACP is calling on the county's school system to be more aggressive in hiring minority teachers. The call for action comes after Loudoun County Public Schools released its annual report on the ethnic makeup, gender and education levels of students and teachers within the system.

Layoffs at Verizon: Company consolidating regional operations

Layoffs have hit Verizon Communication’s campus on Loudoun County Parkway in Ashburn, according to employees and industry reports.

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