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Aerial shot of AT&T facility at the top of Short Hill Mountain.Times-Mirror/Sydney Kashiwagi

County declines to answer six questions related to Short Hill site

How much power will the AT&T Short Hill underground facility on Short Hill Mountain consume? Does the facility pose a fire risk to its neighbors and will the local fire department have access to the site in case of an emergency?

The cost of Facebook: Loudoun economic development dept. spends $20K per year on social media site

Getting your message out in the cyber world can come with a steep price tag. And in Loudoun County, some local officials are no strangers to those costs.

Times-Mirror/Karen Graham

Wegmeyers, Fabbioli partner to produce first sparkling strawberry wine

Thanks to a rainy spring and an overabundance of strawberries from last year's crop, a new agribusiness partnership between Fabbioli Cellars and Wegmeyer Farms will produce a batch of sparkling strawberry wine this year.

Dulles hits record number of international travelers in 2016

International traffic at Washington Dulles International Airport grew for the 13th year in a row in 2016 to a record 7.5 million travelers, according to figures released by the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, Wednesday.

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Loudoun County’s data center market continues to surge

By this time next year, Loudoun County could house more than 100 data centers.

Breaux, Sunset Hills and The Barns at Hamilton Station take gold in Governor’s Cup wine competition

Five Loudoun County wines from three producers are among 23 Virginia labels awarded a gold medal in the 2017 Governor's Cup Wine Competition.

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Facebook hiring a construction manager for Ashburn project

Analysts covering the data center industry have indicated that Facebook plans to build a data center in Loudoun County's Data Center Alley as part of the company's current push to expand its infrastructure.

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Purcellville says ‘bonjour’ to La Petite Loulou Creperie next week

A taste of France arrives in Purcellville Feb. 18 as La Petite Loulou opens its doors, bringing authentic croissants, pastries, crepes, quiche, carafes of wine, and plats du jour in the Shops at Maple and Main.

Loudoun supervisors again defer One Loudoun rezoning application

After several major revisions, Loudoun County supervisors for the second time in a month deferred a One Loudoun rezoning application at the request of the applicant.

Odenwaldt joins Loudoun Insurance Group

Leesburg-based Loudoun Insurance Group has hired 28-year health insurance veteran Julie Odenwaldt, who will join LIG’s employee benefits division as an employee benefits broker.

Federal Capital, Kettler sell Fields of Leesburg community for $55M

Federal Capital Partners and Kettler have sold the Fields of Leesburg development on Plaza Street in Leesburg for $55.3 million, according a new release.

Economists express both optimism and concern for Northern Virginia economy

From February 2010 to December 2016, the region saw the most job growth in the professional and business services sector, followed by education and health services, retail trade, and leisure and hospitality services, according to data.

Gov. Terry McAuliffe at Dulles Airport announcing Delhi to Dulles nonstop flights. Times-Mirror/Alex Erkiletian

McAuliffe announces nonstop flights between Dulles and India, says Virginia welcomes everyone

Starting in early July, Virginia plans to welcome 30,000 more tourist and business travelers and $30 million more in revenue with the launch of nonstop flights between New Delhi and Dulles International Airport, officials announced today.

Coal Fire pizza coming to Loudoun

The Coal Fire Group will open two new locations – both in Loudoun – to serve up their artisan pizzas. The Maryland-based restaurant group plans to open at Dulles Landing and Cascades Overlook in the spring.

Times-Mirror/Chantalle Edmunds

Can a (non-alcoholic) drink kill stress? Virginia team says they’ve invented it

A new product that its makers say fills a gap in the market when it comes to dealing with stress has been invented by a team in Northern Virginia.
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