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Loudoun supervisors to hear Catesby Farm events facility application Tuesday

Supervisors set to decide Tuesday on a controversial land use proposal in Middleburg -- Catesby Farm’s request to establish a banquet and events facility.

Keynote speaker Dr. Heidi Hanna chief energy officer or Synergy, author and co-founder & executive director at the Institute for Integrative Neuroscience, speaks at 8th annual Virginia Women’s Business Conference.Times-Mirror Staff

Women leaders take part in eighth Virginia Women’s Business Conference

Over 500 of the country’s top women business leaders descended on to the Lansdowne Resort and Spa Dec. 2 for the 8th annual Virginia Women’s Business Conference.

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Notaviva Vineyards, Mackeys moving to Colorado

Stephen and Shannon Mackey will be "frequent flyers" as they plan to continue operation of their creative agency, Mesh Omnimedia, out of downtown Leesburg.

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Barnhouse Brewery in Lucketts completes expansion

Barnhouse Brewery, the five-year-old Virginia farm brewery in Lucketts, is expanding and expects to quadruple its brewing production in 2017, the company announced last week.

Report anticipates lackluster economic growth in Virginia

While Virginia's economy has improved since the end of the Great Recession, it hasn't kept pace with growth nationally and appears to be decelerating, according to a report from Old Dominion University released Friday.

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More plans emerge for Ashburn’s ‘Smart City’

Additional plans for the region’s first “ground-up smart city” have emerged with recent announcements by the developers of new partnerships and the release of the latest architectural renderings.

Richmond-Times Dispatch Columnist Jeff Schapiro and George Mason University Political Science Professor Toni-Michelle Travis talk about how a Trump presidency will affect business and politics in Virginia. Times-Mirror/Sydney Kashiwagi

Trump administration the topic of conversation at Loudoun Chamber of Commerce forum

As the Trump administration gears up for the White House, Virginians are bracing for how the transition will impact business and politics.

Local breweries team up to host Hops for Hope Saturday

On Dec. 3, six local breweries and a restaurant will team up to raise awareness and funds for the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC). By hosting this event, they hope to help bring missing children home and stop child exploitation.

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Chinese officials assess Loudoun for rural opportunities in closed, unannounced trip

A high-level delegation of Chinese and U.S. officials recently toured local breweries and eateries in what local officials described as a friendly visit to Loudoun County.

Loudoun zoning group favors more town centers in the county

Loudoun town centers of the future as envisioned by the county’s Zoning Ordinance Action Group, is getting a second look by the Planning Commission.

Leesburg Town Council paves the way for revamped Crescent Parke plans

After a dramatic three-year journey, including an initial denial and a recision, Crescent Parke will be moving forward. The Leesburg Town Council voted 4-3 Tuesday in support of the necessary rezoning for the development.

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MORE: Leesburg family gives $5 million gift to Inova Loudoun Hospital

Inova executives, doctors, staff, state lawmakers and media were on hand for the announcement event at the Lansdowne campus Tuesday.

National Conference Center’s townhome plan met with opposition from Lansdowne community

NCC's plans for 126 townhomes on its property in an already crowded section of Lansdowne looks likely to face an uphill battle within the community.

Pictured is the Brambleton Community Center pool where a majority of child labor violations against Crystal Aquatic occurred.Times-Mirror/Sydney Kashiwagi

Pool management company serving Loudoun communities hit with child labor violations

A Northern Virginia pool management company that provides everything from lifeguard services to repairs at as many as 25 pools in Loudoun and about 45 in the region.

Lower rent for carriers could mean lower fares at Dulles

A slight drop in its cost per passenger could mean flying out of Dulles International Airport might be cheaper next year.
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