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The Loudoun Times-Mirror returns to downtown Leesburg

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The Loudoun Times-Mirror has returned to downtown Leesburg.

The Times-Mirror (LoudounTimes.com), Loudoun County's longest-running newspaper, is now operating out of Leesburg Junction, a modern collaborative work space that also offers events space.

"Think of our office as everywhere in the community," said Dale Peskin, executive editor of the Times-Mirror. "The collaborative work space at Leesburg Junction enables our news organization to work collaboratively with the community in Leesburg and at the same time deploy our reporters throughout the county wherever news occurs. The Times-Mirror is inventing the modern newsroom, making it mobile and adaptable, as well as central, to community life."

The Times-Mirror's new address is 215 Depot Court SE Suite 303, Leesburg, VA 20175. The newspaper works out of the third floor.

Newspaper executives finalized and executed the move from Village at Leesburg last week.

The company moved out of its former and longtime headquarters on Market Street in downtown in 2014. That property is part of the Courthouse Square development project.


Please, will you guys on the right stop whining?

Hire some conservative editors to keep the liberal reporters in check.

The collaborative work space allows you to work collaboratively? You don’t say!

Gee, that’s nice.  Now, do something about your hyper-biased censors.

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