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New ownership promises local focus at Lovettsville’s Mad Horse Brew Pub

When David Ratliff was stationed in Africa as a State Department Foreign Service staffer, the Alexandria­ native dreamed about bringing his young family home while also pursuing his long-term entrepreneurial dreams.

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Rotary Club of Ashburn kicks off backpack drive with help from community

Members of the Loudoun education community, the chamber of commerce and the Rotary Club of Ashburn on Wednesday kicked off a backpack and school supply drive.

Leesburg Corner Outlet employee assaulted with hammer

A Leesburg Corner Premium Outlet employee was assaulted Tuesday by a customer wielding a hammer, leaving the 18-year-old man with puncture wounds in his neck.

Times-Mirror/Anna Harris

Dulles South residents oppose power lines

Members of the Dulles South community voiced their hesitations and opposition to a series of power lines set for build along Route 50 at the July 23 public input session hosted by Supervisor Matt Letourneau (R-Dulles).

Cured opened its doors to customers June 28. Facebook/Cured

New food truck, Cured, cures epicurious appetites in Loudoun

Two former chefs at the Wine Kitchen in Leesburg have launched Cured, a new food truck which is already out and about in Loudoun and receiving rave reviews from customers.

Silver Line falls 30 percent short of projected ridership; lawmakers remain optimistic

One year in, the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority's Silver Line is 30 percent short of projected ridership.

UPDATE: Workers for Verizon—one of Loudoun’s largest employers—vote to strike, if necessary

Verizon workers in nine states have voted to go on strike if necessary over a dispute about a new contract, a union official said at a rally Saturday.

Times-Mirror/Anna Harris

The right ingredients: Bringing millennials to Loudoun

Balancing a live, work and play environment lies at the center of pulling more millennials into Loudoun County, according to speakers at the Loudoun Business Chamber’s State of Loudoun’s Workforce event.

Chamber of Commerce awards grants to local nonprofits

The Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce announced last week its first round of monetary grants to three local nonprofits.

A Barnes and Noble in Richmond, Va. Courtesy photo/Barnes and Noble

Barnes and Noble coming to One Loudoun ... but you’ll have to wait a bit

For those who still want a cup of coffee while turning the pages of a physical book, a Barnes and Noble arrives in ...

Virginia woman sentenced to prison after 35th felony conviction

A Virginia woman with a record of convictions for issuing bad checks was sentenced July 17 in Loudoun County Circuit Court to four years in prison.

Virginia’s unemployment rate holds steady at 4.9 percent in June

Northern Virginia recorded the largest job gains, while the Virginia Beach-Norfolk-Newport News metropolitan area was second in job growth.

Times-Mirror/Anna Harris

Blowing off steam: Loudoun vape culture emerges around e-cig businesses

A slew of e-cigarette shops have made Loudoun home in the past few years as part of a growing national trend called vaping by electronic cigarette connoisseurs.

Groundbreaking for new Lowe’s in Leesburg

This coming Wednesday, there will be a groundbreaking ceremony at the site of the new Lowe’s location in Leesburg.

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Farm-to-Fork brings Loudoun together—both east and west

Four years ago, Leesburg resident Miriam Nasuti launched Farm-to-Fork Loudoun. Her idea was simple: develop equally beneficial connections between the county's farming community and its burgeoning, diverse culinary scene.
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