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Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce president receives statewide award

Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce President Tony Howard received the “Chamber Executive of the Year” award today from the Virginia Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives.

Courtesy Photo/VUCommodores.com, Vanderbilt University

Briar Woods alum talks about World Cup experience

The redshirt junior is the first active Commodore soccer player to represent a country in the Women's World Cup.

MWAA hires new vice president of audit

MWAA hires new vice president of audit

Contract awarded for King Street improvements

Contract awarded for King Street improvements

Spend a Sizzlin Summer in Brambleton

One of the most popular local events of the summer kicks off June 25.

Purcellville’s Shamrock Music Shoppe to move

Shamrock Music Shoppe recently announced plans to move July 1 from its 21st Street shop, to a new location at 160 W. Main St. in Purcellville.

Jury awards patient $500K after Reston anesthesiologist mocked him

A Virginia man was awarded $500,000 in court after being mocked and insulted by an anesthesiologist during a colonoscopy in 2013.

Both students and kids visiting for the record-breaking endeavor learned lessons in water safety with SwimKids staff in Leesburg. Times-Mirror/Anna Harris

Making a splash: Leesburg swim school tries to break world record

SwimKids of Leesburg was one of the many aquatic facilities around the globe that gathered June 18 to set the record for the World’s Largest Swim Lesson.

McAuliffe touts tech sector’s value at NVTC awards ceremony

Dulles Technology corridor company CEOs, COOs and CFOs pulled up to the 14th annual Northern Virginia Technology Council’s Hot Ticket Awards this week.

Damage from Leesburg fire causes Caulkins Jewelers to relocate

The Downtown Leesburg staple for 60 years is moving shop due to water and smoke damage caused by the King Street fire June 7.

Loudoun Wine Awards to debut in September

To jump-start Epicurience Virginia weekend, the Loudoun Wineries Association will host a Loudoun Wine Awards ceremony, the first of its kind, Sept. 3.

Loudoun hops farm faces litigation from neighbor in dispute over land covenant

A new small hops farm in Philomont has a legal situation on its hands after a neighbor raised issue with the yard's location on land with a restrictive covenant.

Plaza Azteca coming to Village at Leesburg; construction at Village continues

Plaza Azteca’s Mexican food franchise is coming to Village at Leesburg as cosmetic construction on the surrounding shopping center wraps up.

(Left to right) Washington Redskins players Kedric Golston and Pierre Garcon announcer Larry Michael at the Loudoun Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Luncheon. Times-Mirror/Anna Harris

Running businesses in Loudoun informs Redskins players

Two Washington Redskins who run businesses outside their athletic careers told members of the Loudoun Chamber of Commerce that running their enterprises has informed their participation in sports.

The county’s Department of Economic Development no longer fits its current space in the Loudoun Government building. To be operational, the department needs about 6,400 more square feet than its current capacity. File photo

County’s Department of Economic Development bound for Loudoun Station

One of Loudoun government’s key entities prepares for a big move after the department’s ever-shrinking space became a bit too tight.
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