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    Metro’s Silver Line extension will cost more than initially predicted, the Airports Authority announced April 27.

    More costs, delays for Metro’s Silver Line to Loudoun
    It will now be at least 2019 before passengers can take Metro to Washington Dulles International Airport.

    Michelle Obama made a visit to Northern Virginia Thursday to talk about veteran hiring. Photo/WhiteHouse.gov

    In Northern Va., Michelle Obama says tech industry to train, hire 90K military vets
    Microsoft Corp., Cisco and Oracle are among firms making the commitment, the first lady said.
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    After hitting a peak of 27 million passengers in 2005, Dulles saw roughly 20 million passengers in 2014. Photo/Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority

    Jet lagged at Dulles
    Dulles International Airport is facing hundreds of millions of dollars in capital debt, a steady dip in passenger totals and a consistent failure to compete with the smaller Reagan National.
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    Rob Kaylin with some of the store’s newest customers. Photo Courtesy/ Comic Logic

    Comic Logic to host grand opening in Ashburn April 25
    Comic Logic will be only comic book store in Loudoun, according to its owners.

    Tina Johnson, president of JP Events and Consulting, and Robyn James with Billy Casper Golf swap business cards at a Sterling Women networking event. Times-Mirror/Ben Hancock

    Loudoun’s businesswomen break rules
    Networking groups bind together a faction of females forging paths

    The World Police and Fire Games are expected to bring tens of thousands of visitors into Northern Virginia later this year.

    Loudoun signs $65,500 sponsorship agreement with Fairfax Games
    Billed as an Olympics for public safety employees from across the country, the event consists of more than 60 sports, twice as many as the Olympic Games, and athletes from 70 countries.

    Breaux Vineyards in Purcellville is one of the largest grape growers in Loudoun County. Photo/Trevor Baratko

    Wine Wednesday: We’re talking grapes by the tons
    Loudoun County grape growers outpaced a robust statewide showing in the 2014 wine grape harvest, boasting a 20 percent increase from 2013.
    Virginia’s unemployment rate drops to 4.7 percent in January
    The commission says January's rate was the lowest rate since October 2008.
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    “Participants in the nine month leadership development program explore current economic and social issues and Loudoun civics and culture.”

    Leadership Loudoun pairs with Chamber for a reboot
    Leadership Loudoun is looking at a reboot through a partnership with Loudoun's Chamber of Commerce.
    Farm store set for Lovettsville
    In Lovettsville, a yellow building with blue trim pops beside the gray of Bonnie's Country Kitchen. That building will house Lovettsville Farm Store starting May 1.
    100WomenStrong awards $113K in grants to local nonprofits
    Around 50 people packed into Shoes, Cup and Cork in Leesburg April 22 for 100WomenStrong's annual award of $113,000 in grants to local nonprofits.
    Thousands in pocket change left at Virginia airport checkpoints
    Thousands in pocket change left at Va. airport checkpoints.
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    The Overlook at Lansdowne Woods will began sales of seven condominiums on April 20. -Courtesy/Lansdowne Woods

    Lansdowne Woods begins sales of seven condos
    The sale of seven luxury homes at Lansdowne Woods, which changed its name from Leisure World , began April 20.

    The Times-Mirror staff after winning sweepstakes at the 2015 Virginia Press Association awards banquet in Roanoke - Photo/Mary Peskin

    Loudoun Times-Mirror takes home top honors at Virginia Press Association banquet
    The Loudoun Times-Mirror took home 23 awards at the annual Virginia Press Association conference and awards banquet in Roanoke April 18, including the prize for best non-daily newspaper with a circulation higher than 10,000.
    Virginia Supreme Court rules judge lacked authority over Yelp information
    A Virginia judge lacked authority to order the website Yelp to reveal the names of people who posted negative comments about a carpet cleaning business, the Virginia Supreme Court ruled Thursday.
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    DAAR Realtor of the Year event honors best in Loudoun real estate
    The Dulles Area Association of Realtors honored its top producer, Rookie of the Year and Realtor of the Year April 16 at the Hilton Garden Inn in Ashburn.
    Belfort Furniture donates 35,000 seedlings
    Dulles-based Belfort Furniture will donate 35,000 tree seedlings for planting projects around the Commonwealth of Virginia this spring.
    Merritt Properties’ to build GEICO training facility in Loudoun
    In a three party agreement GEICO has tapped Merritt Construction Services to create a 32,675 square foot training facility in Loudoun.
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    The Hill Highl Marketplace in Round Hill has been a staple for decades. Now its doors are open to artists seeking studio space. Photo Courtesy/Hill High Marketplace

    Hill High Marketplace provides artists working space
    In keeping with an effort to be a center of organic local food, wine, beer and art, Hill High Marketplace in Round Hill will opens its doors May 1 to working artists seeking studio space.
    Maryland man charged with stealing from Leesburg Outlet Mall
    A Maryland man was arrested Tuesday for shoplifting clothes from the Leesburg Premium Outlet Mall.

    Redskins headquarters in Ashburn. Times-Mirror File

    A Redskins stadium in Loudoun?
    Along with the recent revelation that Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) is determined to find a Virginia home for a new Washington Redskins stadium comes clouds of questions: Where are the best sites? How would the facility be funded? When could it be built? And, what we all want to know, could it possibly land in Loudoun?
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    Farm-to-Fork Loudoun hopes to use funds from Kickstarter to help market the 11-day locavore event stretching across multiple restaurant, farm and winery partners. -Courtesy/Farm-to-Fork

    Farm-to-Fork Loudoun crowdfunding to spread the word
    Farm-to-Fork Loudoun will use crowdfunding to support the marketing of its 11-day locavore event.
    Loudoun Workforce Resource Center to host career fair Friday
    Employment opportunities in public safety, law enforcement, security services, the armed forces, cyber security and other fields will be on display.

    The Purcellville Marketplace will close after almost 30 years of business. Photo Courtesy/Pintrest

    Purcellville Marketplace to close
    After almost 30 years of business, the Purcellville Marketplace is planning to close.

    The Dulles International Airport in eastern Loudoun County. Photo Courtesy/MWAA

    Airport Intruders: AP investigation details DC-area airport perimeter breaches
    The investigation found eight breaches at Washington Dulles, and one each at Reagan National and Baltimore Washington International airports.
    Leesburg Police investigating burglary at Puccio’s deli
    The Leesburg Police Department is investigating a burglary at Puccio's New York Deli after a vendor making a routine delivery to the business noticed damage to the back of the building and called 911 to report the incident.

    After the death of her husband in 2002, Susan McCormick made a sharp life turn when she decided to pursue counseling. She founded Wellness Connection in 2009. Times-Mirror/Anna Harris

    A mental game: After a long road of healing, McCormick pays it forward
    "It's a mental game. The reality is, I've always been an optimist. I've always believed there is nothing that I can't do. It was interesting because ... the day that [my husband] passed we were supposed to be signing a $2 million insurance policy. And it never got done because he died while we were on our way to get the medical exam that would have closed the deal."

    Gravy gets major publisher and telecom giant investment totaling $7.6 million. Courtesy/Gravy

    Leesburg marketing firm Gravy raises $7.6 million
    Gravy, a data analytics and marketing segmentation, recently upped its series A funding to $7.6 million.
    Virginia Tech Marion duPont Scott Medical Center resident given $15,000 development award
    An equine surgery resident at Leesburg's Virginia Tech dePont Medical Center is the first recipient of the Elaine Klein Development Award.

    A relatively new technology, called ARP wave neurotherapy, which stands for accelerated recovery performance, claims to help people with chronic pain, osteoarthritis and hip and knee issues. Photo Courtesy/ABZ Performance

    Lansdowne clinic will be first in state to offer ARP wave neurotherapy
    With hip and knee replacements, osteoarthritis, and chronic pain all on the rise, millions of Americans are turning to surgery for treatment.
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