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Leesburg’s PhishMe grows into cyber security powerhouse

Leesburg-based cyber security company PhishMe is making waves against fraudulent emails with a new, innovative approach.

Janet Miller has fun in the Atomic Trampoline Center’s foam pit. Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Leesburg’s Atomic Trampoline Center is on a mission to leave no child behind

Janet Miller believes every child, no matter their abilities, deserves a chance to have fun. It's with this in mind that the marketing manager is hoping to reach out to children with disabilities to join in the fun as the Atomic Trampoline Fun Center opens Aug. 29 for everyone to enjoy.

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Comprehensive plan stakeholders committee tour Loudoun as they get to work on new plan

Members of the 26-member Comprehensive Plan Stakeholders Committee and county staff toured western and eastern Loudoun on Aug. 19 to familiarize themselves with the areas as they begin putting together the new roadmap that will guide future economic and community development around the county.

Coton and Rye tavern to open at Lansdowne Resort and Spa this fall

In a statement, the resort said Coton and Rye will be the first of five new food and beverage concepts the Lansdowne Resort and Spa will announce this year as part of its culinary revitalization project.

22 Capital Partners unveil team that will build Gramercy District’s smart city

Global private equity firm 22 Capital Partners announced today its project team that will lead the construction of its over $500 million smart city development in the Gramercy District next to the planned Ashburn Metro Station.

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Cascades Overlook offers restaurants for every whim

Cascades Overlook, a mixed-use development off Route 7 in Sterling, across from the Virginia Community College Campus, is officially open for business.

Loudoun home to 25 of America’s fastest growing companies

Leesburg's FedBizIT Solutions is the 10th fastest-growing company in America, according to Inc. magazine. The media company has released its 2016 list of the 5,000 fastest growing businesses in America and 25 of them are in Loudoun County.

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The lucrative Redskins spin revenue for partners

The Redskins returned Wednesday to a renamed facility on Loudoun County Parkway -- the Inova Sports Performance Center at Redskins Park -- after breaking from training camp in Richmond.

Wine glasses lined up for a tasting at Stone Tower Winery in Leesburg. Facebook/Loudoun Wine Awards

Fabbioli Cellars, Cana Winery earn high marks in second annual Loudoun Wine Awards

The winners of best in show and best in class by grape varietal will be announced during an awards dinner Oct. 14 as a kick-off to the new Epicurience Virginia festival.

Broadlands business sustains $52K in damage after tanning bed malfunctions

A Broadlands business sustained $52,000 in damage on Friday after a tanning bed malfunctioned, causing the building’s automatic sprinkler system to go off.

Loudoun County hopes to start construction of courthouse expansion in early 2017

Loudoun County hopes to begin construction of the long-awaited courthouse expansion at the beginning of 2017, according to Transportation and Capital Infrastructure Design Manager Peter Hargreaves.

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Loudoun takes in more than $2.3B in investments in fiscal 2016

Economic Development officials said that 71 companies either stayed, moved or expanded in Loudoun County over the past year.

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B Doughnut has found a new location in downtown Leesburg

Popular Baltimore doughnut shop, B Doughnuts, will open its second location on Loudoun Street across from the town parking garage.

CIT announces partnership to create smart city technologies, innovation in Virginia

The Center for Innovative Technology today announced it's partnering with George Washington University and global private equity firm 22 Capital Partners to lead the development of an “ecosystem” to create smart city technologies and innovation in Virginia.

Nextide Academy Program Manager Claressa Mees (left) and President & CEO Arun Natarajan (right) at the academy’s new home in Purcellville. Times-Mirror/Sydney Kashiwagi.

Career-oriented K-12 enrichment program to open in Purcellville

About three years ago, while Arun Natarajan was in business school, his capstone project involved working with Sylvan Learning – a center with franchises around the country that wanted help in improving its revenue.
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