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Dallas-based Compass Datacenters’ 750,000-square-foot data center is proposed for the west side of the Goose Creek between Sycolin Road and the Dulles Greenway.

MORE: Loudoun supervisors send Goose Creek data center proposal to committee for further review

Loudoun's Board of Supervisors agreed Tuesday night to send a rezoning application for a 750,000-square-foot data center in the county's transition policy area to committee to make additional changes to the application.

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Loudoun-based Orbital ATK helps make first-ever pizza party in space a reality

After making their own individual-size pizzas, the six astronauts tossed and twirled them like floating Frisbees, before heating and devouring them.

Loudoun officials speak out against new I-66 tolls

Northern Virginia commuters saw some high prices on the new toll lanes on Interstate 66 Monday morning.

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Ashburn carpenter knocking down stereotypes, building a business from her garage

A carpenter is probably not the first occupation that would spring to mind upon meeting Virginia Wallen.

Keynote speaker, New York storyteller Faye Lane.Courtesy photo/Sean O’Rourke Photography

Nearly 500 attend ninth Virginia Women’s Business Conference in Lansdowne

Nearly 500 business women -- and a handful of men -- gathered at Lansdowne Resort and Spa Friday for the ninth annual Virginia Women's Business Conference.

Inside one of Google’s data centers.Courtesy Photo/Google.com

Google purchases 148 acres in Loudoun County for two new data centers

One of the company’s new data centers will be built on a 91-acre property within the Arcola Center near Ashburn. Google says it plans to begin construction on the site next year.

Ford’s Fish Shack’s Stafford named Virginia Restaurateur of the Year

Tony Stafford, owner of Ford’s Fish Shack, is this year’s recipient of the Virginia Restaurant, Lodging & Travel Association’s Jim Wordsworth Restaurateur of the Year award.

Leesburg tax rate expected to remain steady for 2019

The Town of Leesburg tax rate is expected to remain the same for fiscal 2019, according to a budget preview given during Monday night’s council work session. However, Town Manager Kaj Dentler says that council may need to discuss raising rates in future years.

The Loudoun Times-Mirror returns to downtown Leesburg

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

CalAtlantic Homes revealed as Leesburg’s Westpark Golf Course pursuer

The Town of Leesburg announced today that Arlington-based CalAtlantic Homes is the company under contract to purchase the Westpark Golf Course. The contract is in a study period that will end in approximately a month, according to town officials.

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Supervisors confirm rumors: Wegmans coming to southern Loudoun’s Arcola Center

The rumors are true: East Coast grocery chain Wegmans is planning to move to Loudoun’s Arcola Center, supervisors Matt Letourneau (R-Dulles) and Tony Buffington (R-Blue Ridge) announced in a joint statement today.

The new Barnes & Noble at One Loudoun. Courtesy Photo

Beer, wine and books: Barnes & Noble opens in One Loudoun on Wednesday

Barnes & Noble opens its doors in One Loudoun Wednesday, and the local location will be offering up more than just reading material.

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Fire in Loudoun County’s ‘Data Center Alley’ causes $150K in damage

Saturday's fire at a data center under construction in Ashburn caused an estimated $150,000 in damage to the structure.

Two Loudoun companies make Deloitte’s ‘Fast 500’ list

Leesburg's PhishMe and Ashburn's Insigma Inc. are two of the 500 fastest-growing tech companies in the U.S., according to Deloitte’s annual ranking of North America’s fastest-growing tech, media, telecommunications, life sciences and energy technology companies.

Supervisors send data center proposal in transition area to future meeting for review

After an outpouring of opposition from dozens of Loudoun residents to a 750,000-square-foot data center proposed in the county’s transition policy area (TPA), the Board of Supervisors agreed Wednesday to take a closer look at the application and send it to a future meeting to review.
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