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Loudoun home inventory indicates balance

At the end of June some 1,848 homes were up for sale -- an over 16 percent decrease from the same last year, according to the June 2016 Loudoun County Market Trends Report released by the Dulles Area Association of Realtors this month.

ULA’s Atlas V rocket successfully launches classified NROL-61 satellite from Florida’s Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. ULA Photo

Dulles-based Orbital ATK supports secret satellite launch for national security mission

Dulles-based Orbital ATK supported the successful launch of a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket today carrying a classified NROL-61 satellite from Florida’s Cape Canaveral Air Force Station as part of a U.S. National Reconnaissance Office national security mission.

Leesburg Town Council denies Crescent Parke rezoning

After months of public hearings and negotiations between Hobie Mitchel, the developer of the proposed mixed-used project Crescent Parke, and the town, council members voted to deny the rezoning application during the July 26 town council meeting.

Redskins Park renamed in partnership with Inova Hospital

In a multi-year partnership to bring health and wellness information and programs to the community, Inova Hospital will now be at the center of Redskins Park in Ashburn.

Picture of the CLEAR platform being tried out. Courtesy photo.

Biometric identification platform opens at Dulles, Reagan Airports

One of the country’s top biometric identity platforms has made its way to the Washington, D.C. region and partnered with the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority to open up at Washington Dulles and Ronald Reagan airports, CLEAR announced in a statement today.

Loudoun ranked as Virginia’s best for business investment

SmartAsset, a New York-based financial technology company, has ranked Loudoun County No. 1 in business investment in Virginia for the second year in a row.

Loudoun supervisors approve MOA between county and Loudoun Museum

The Board of Supervisors approved a memorandum of agreement on Thursday between the county and the Loudoun Museum in a bid to help pull the long-ailing nonprofit out of financial turmoil.

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Ashburn restaurant owner sentenced to 14 months for sexually assaulting a child

The owner of an Ashburn restaurant was recently sentenced to 14 months in prison for sexually abusing a child over the course of several years.

Sen. Mark Warner talks politics, entrepreneurship at the K2M headquarter’s in Leesburg. Times-Mirror/Sydney Kashiwagi.

Sen. Mark Warner talks politics, entrepreneurship at K2M headquarters in Leesburg

U.S. Sen. Mark Warner (D) made a stop at the new headquarters of the global medical device company K2M in Leesburg for a town hall discussion to talk about some of his ideas on entrepreneurship and creating long-term economic growth.

Loudoun Economic Development shows community what’s ‘Loudoun Possible’ at grand opening

Loudoun supervisors, business and local leaders pose for a selfie at the Economic Development Department's grand opening ceremony at Loudoun Station.

BlackFinn Ameripub Ashburn will open Aug. 4 at Loudoun Station. Photo Courtesy/BlackFinn Ameripub

BlackFinn Ameripub to open Aug. 4 at Loudoun Station

When BlackFinn Ameripub opened in Washington, D.C. in 2009, the owners wanted to create a classic, neighborhood American pub with great food and service. The concept was well-received and they opened a second location at Halstead Square in Merrifield, Va., a few years later.

Winning Powerball ticket purchased in Leesburg, yet to be claimed

A winning Powerball ticket for Saturday's drawing was bought at Gasmart #2, 14425 James Monroe Highway in Leesburg. It is now worth $1 million.  

Businesses take ownership at downtown development

Crescent Place along the Washington & Old Dominion Trail in downtown Leesburg welcomed its retailers this month, bringing the multi-use aspect of the development to fruition.

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Construction stifles Middleburg’s small businesses

In this ninth month of ongoing construction along Route 50 in Middleburg, small businesses continue to struggle. The $4.1 million project to replace water lines, manage traffic and make streetscape improvements has created an atmosphere of frustration among town council, shop owners and residents.

Housing prices, relationship with D.C. lead chamber’s ‘State of the Economy’ discussion

A leading regional economist painted a good – though not great – picture of the Northern Virginia economy during a Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce policymakers series event July 13.
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