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Middleburg Film Festival Blog: ‘The Eagle Huntress,’ ‘Lion’ are audience favorites

“Lion” and “The Eagle Huntress” came away from the Middleburg Film Festival as attendees' top feature film and top documentary, respectively, festival organizers announced Monday.


Leesburg’s historic Glenfiddich House is on the market

The Civil War-era property includes a house, stables and carriage house with over 10,000 square feet of living space.

A group photo of Donors and Grantees from the 2016 Loudoun Impact Fund Reception.

Loudoun Impact Fund fund awards charities $97K in grants

Ten local charities benefiting Loudoun’s elderly and youth gathered Oct. 18 at Shoe’s Cup and Cork in Leesburg to receive $96,725 in grants from the Loudoun Impact Fund for the work their organizations have contributed to the community.

Middleburg Bank merges with Access National

The combined holding company, called Access National Corporation, will rank fifth in deposit market share among Virginia-based banks with less than $10 billion in assets, according to a news release.

Linda Kasulis in the Open Blooms warehouse. Inset, an artful arrangement created for the fall by Open Blooms in Chantilly.

Chantilly flower business in full bloom

There is a recent addition to the Loudoun business landscape in the form of a company promising the freshest flowers anywhere for less money.

Saturday at the 2016 Middleburg Film Festival

"Jackie," starring Natalie Portman, was one of the highest profile films Saturday morning at the film festival.

Ellyn Miller, left, stands with her husband, Mark, and son, Jake, at a Smashing Walnuts cancer research foundation check presentation. To their side is Dr. Jabad Nazarian, far right, and Dr. Eugene Hwang. Facebook/Smashing Walnuts

Smashing Walnuts cancer research foundation gives $55K grant

The Loudoun County-based Smashing Walnuts cancer research foundation was both the recipient and the giver of hefty checks at BlackFinn Pub in Ashburn earlier this month.

Actress Priyanka Bose at the Middleburg Film Festival. Bose is one of the stars of “Lion,” which screened on Middleburg’s opening night Oct. 20. Times-Mirror/Hannah Dellinger

The 2016 Middleburg Film Fest is off and running

The fourth running of the Middleburg Film Festival kicked off Thursday night, with actors, industry insiders, VIPs and film lovers flocking to the tony Salamander Resort.

Loudoun supervisors approve ADAMS expansion plans in Ashburn business park

The Board of Supervisors approved Thursday evening plans for one of the largest Muslim centers in region to expand services in an Ashburn business park.

This year’s Monster Mash will feature a stilt-walking Frankenstein. Courtesy Photo

7th Annual Monster Mash kicks off this weekend at Village At Leesburg

The 7th Annual Monster Mash family event comes to the Village at Leesburg Oct. 22 from 3-7 p.m. featuring everything Halloween and an appearance from the Food Network's "Halloween Wars."

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Clinton vs. Trump: Debate night at the Alamo

“What better way to witness the insanity of the final throwdown between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton than on the big screen at the Alamo?” said Gabriel Ruzin, the theater's creative manager.

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Lights, camera, Middleburg: Film festival arrives Thursday night

Festival organizers say they're planning for somewhere around 4,000 attendees this year spread out among the four-day festival that features more than two dozen films from 10 countries.

B Chord Brewery plans shift to Round Hill

After hostile neighbors won out in their opposition to Marty Doughtery's plans for B Chord Brewery at Foggy Bottom Road site in Bluemont, he's back with a new application at a new location – this one in Round Hill.

Orbital ATK’s rocket launch reignites space station deliveries in Virginia

One of NASA's main delivery companies made a triumphant comeback seen up and down the East Coast on Monday night, launching its first space station shipment from Virginia since a rocket explosion two years ago.

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UPDATE: Orbital ATK heads back to Wallops for space launch

Two years after a launch explosion, the Dulles-based space company Orbital ATK is returning to Virginia's Wallops Island to send a load of supplies to the International Space Station.
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