Airport authority’s chief builder sets an example for excellence
Fri., Mar. 7 | 06:00 AM - As the new vice president of for engineering for the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, Ginger Evans is showing what's possible for women in engineering.
Frozenomics: How the extreme cold impacts businesses and could cause a rise in insurance premiums
A Dollar Tree in Sterling which was required to shutter its doors due to the snow and ice. - Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser
Wed., Mar. 5 | 01:48 PM - The polar vortex has impacted local business; insurance premiums may rise.
Eight Loudoun highway projects totaling $255M advance for funding
Mon., Mar. 3 | 01:29 PM - Eight highway projects in Loudoun County totaling $255 million have been nominated for funding by the Virginia Department of Transportation.
Photoworks to absorb Art Square photo classes in Leesburg
Thomas Ramsay, Nancy Goetzinger, KD Kidder and Neil Steinberg in the Photoworks studio space discussing their recent merger and opening of a new photo school. - Times-Mirror Photo/Rick Wasser
Mon., Mar. 3 | 11:39 AM - On March 11, the first class will be held at the Leesburg Photography School at Photoworks.
Times-Mirror offices move to Village at Leesburg
The business and editorial offices of the Loudoun Times-Mirror move this week to the Village at Leesburg. Photo/Rick Wasser
Wed., Feb. 26 | 02:38 PM - The business and editorial offices of the Loudoun Times-Mirror move this week to the Village at Leesburg.
Silver Line Playbook: County seeks $200 million loan
Wed., Feb. 26 | 01:36 PM - As the Loudoun Board of Supervisors has signaled in recent months, Loudoun County plans to apply for a $200 million federal loan to help pay its share of extending Metro’s Silver Line into Loudoun.
Business groups clash on Va. Medicaid expansion
Wed., Feb. 26 | 09:52 AM - The Virginia Chamber of Commerce and state business leaders renewed their call Monday for Republican House lawmakers to accept billions in federal Medicaid funds.
K2M looking to go public
Wed., Feb. 5 | 10:47 AM - K2M, a spinal device company in Leesburg, has filed an S-1 draft registration with the Securities and Exchanges Commission to become a publicly traded company.
Visit Loudoun receives $75,000 grant
Visit Loudoun_Love Sign - The LOVE sign in Purcellville is a mixture of the D.C.’s Wine Country logo and Virginia is for Lovers, the official travel and tourism slogan of the Commonwealth. - Photo Courtesy/Visit Loudoun
Wed., Jan. 8 | 01:02 PM - Visit Loudoun will receive $75,000 from the Virginia Tourism Corporation’s marketing leverage grant fund program.
Getting schooled, how local companies get training
Sat., Jan. 4 | 12:01 PM - We’d all like to think that we know all we need to know to do our jobs well. And we’d like to believe that about our employees as well. After all, that’s why you hired them, right? However, as technology leaps and bounds and software systems change, many of those in the know find themselves out of their depth.
Supervisors approve Purcellville boundary adjustment for Autumn Hill
Fri., Jan. 3 | 12:17 PM - The Autumn Hill/Mayfair development has been a decades-running question mark and the subject of litigation for the town and county.
Dulles Greenway fare hikes postponed
Thu., Mar. 6 | 11:29 AM - It was announced this morning that a 20 cent hike to the Dulles Greenway will be postponed until at the earliest April 8.
Singleton: Supporting a Virginia solution to the healthcare coverage gap
Thu., Mar. 6 | 10:18 AM - Those of us in Northern Virginia are fortunate to live in one of the most prosperous regions in the country. Despite this, there is a clear need to ensure quality healthcare is available to many in our region who struggle to afford it.
Report outlines national parks’ impact in Virginia
Tue., Mar. 4 | 02:23 PM - RICHMOND, Va. (AP) -- Virginia's national park sites yielded nearly $1 billion in economic benefits with more than 23 million visits in 2012, according to a report released Monday by the U.S. Department of the Interior.
Purcellville winery Notaviva to be featured on cruise
Mon., Mar. 3 | 02:19 PM - AmaWaterways has selected Notaviva Vineyards to host a European river cruise.
Leesburg Home and Remodeling Expo
Wed., Feb. 26 | 01:16 PM - The Leesburg Home and Remodeling Expo, showcasing products and services for the home, comes to the Douglass Community Center in Leesburg March 15-16.
Loudoun is for lovers - and weddings
Wed., Feb. 26 | 12:56 PM - Visit Loudoun, in partnership with Lansdowne Resort, will offer Loudoun brides a unique experience next month as the tourism organization hosts the first Loudoun Boutique Bridal Show.
DuPont Fabros looking to further expand in Loudoun
Wed., Feb. 26 | 11:00 AM - Already a major data center player in Ashburn, DuPont Fabros filed a pre-submission conference request with the county Feb. 25 to discuss a new location for a data center on Smith Switch Rd. in Ashburn.
Further delays in store for Silver Line
Tue., Feb. 25 | 11:40 AM - The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority announced Monday afternoon that its contractor has not yet met the requirements needed to turn the Silver Line over to the Metro system.
Department of Economic Development names new assistant director
Miguel Salinas was named assistant director at the Department of Economic Development Feb. 24. - Courtesy/Department of Economic Development
Mon., Feb. 24 | 03:38 PM - The Department of Economic Development Feb. 24 named Miguel Salinas assistant director.
NeuStar has competition for lucrative government contract
Fri., Feb. 21 | 05:00 PM - The Washington Post reported Feb. 16 that there is a chance Sterling-based Neustar Inc., an analytics and real-time information provider, might have competition for a $450 million contract that the company has won – mostly uncontested – in the past.
Runs to Space Station propel Orbital Sciences Corp. to a record quarter
Fri., Feb. 21 | 03:30 PM - Dulles-based Orbital Sciences Corporation, a company that specializes in the manufacturing and launch of satellites for commercial and government ventures, marked record revenue in the final quarter of 2013.
Dulles Town Center to expand
An expansion to Dulles Town Center is slated to add office, retail and medical space. -Courtesy Photo
Fri., Feb. 21 | 11:42 AM - Lerner Enterprises has announced it will be expanding buildings and infrastructure at its Dulles Town Center location on Nokes Boulevard.
A 65,000 sq. foot TopGolf facility planned for Loudoun
The Houston TopGolf facility that the Loudoun location will be modeled after. - Courtesy/TopGolf
Thu., Feb. 20 | 01:12 PM - TopGolf, a Dallas, Texas-based golf entertainment complex, filed a site plan application Feb. 11 to build a 65,000-square-foot complex in Loudoun County.
The business of housing Loudoun’s workforce
Rachel Palmer sits in the affordable dwelling unit she moved into May 2013 at One Loudoun. - Times-Mirror/Ben Hancock
Tue., Feb. 18 | 11:14 PM - Amid a recent focus on affordable workforce housing in Loudoun “Affordable workforce housing needs to be switched from a charity issue to an economic development issue.”
Visit Loudoun seeks board members
Mon., Feb. 17 | 11:00 AM - Visit Loudoun, the county’s nonprofit destination management organization, is looking for people to serve three-year terms on its board of directors.
‘Strategies for Selling Like a Professional’ seminar set for Feb. 20 in Leesburg
Mon., Feb. 17 | 09:29 AM - The Loudoun Small Business Development Center will hold a seminar titled “The Accidental Salesperson: Strategies for Selling Like a Professional” from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Feb. 20 at the Mason Enterprise Center, 202 Church St. SE, Leesburg.
National Conference Center releases white paper
Sun., Feb. 16 | 02:00 PM - Author Dyanne Smith of The National Conference Center published a white paper focused on the importance of face-to-face networking in business.
Chesson named shareholder
Sat., Feb. 15 | 05:00 PM - Focus Wealth Management Ltd. named Susan Chesson a shareholder. The company is a women-owned fee-only investment management firm based in Middleburg.
A polo grounds could be coming to Middleburg
Sat., Feb. 15 | 12:00 PM - Bush Hill Development Corporation filed a pre-submission conference application with the county Feb. 10 to build a polo facility off Route 50 in Middleburg.