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    Times-Mirror offices move to Village at Leesburg

    The business and editorial offices of the Loudoun Times-Mirror move this week to the Village at Leesburg. Photo/Rick Wasser
    The business and editorial offices of the Loudoun Times-Mirror move this week to the Village at Leesburg.

    The office-shops-commercial complex is located four miles east of the town's historic district on Route 7 at the Crosstrail Boulevard/River Creek Parkway exit. The newspaper's new address is 1602 Village Market Blvd, Suite 360, Leesburg 20175.

    Courthouse Square, a new office, retail and restaurant development, is planned for the E. Market Street property previously occupied by the Times-Mirror across from the Loudoun County courthouse.

    Company email (@timespapers.com addresses) will be down Feb. 27. For emergencies and news tips, you may contact the following:

    -Reporter Trevor Baratko at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or (937) 286-5154
    -Reporter Ben Hancock at (804) 387-9338
    -Editor Dale Peskin at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

    Comments

    The Loudoun Times Mirror is a classic looking building. I believe it was a carriage house way back when.


    that’s gotta cost some money…..Leesburg Today tried that a few years ago (went to Lansdowne)they ended up back in town.


    Not a good sign when the town newspaper moves out of the real town center to a new fake one….

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