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Fabbioli, Breaux lead the pack in this year’s Loudoun Wine Awards

Fifteen wines from seven local wineries claimed a gold medal in the third annual Loudoun Wine Awards, contest officials announced Aug. 9.

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Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam campaigns in Dulles to promote vocational job training plan

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ralph Northam stumped at the Dulles IT firm Unanet Monday morning, where he spoke with dozens of local business leaders about his plan to help Virginians receive more vocational training.

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‘Upscale Indian’ restaurant 5 Tara opens this weekend at Village at Leesburg

An upscale Indian restaurant will open Saturday in the Village at Leesburg, a few doors down from Cobb Theatre.

Leesburg’s Economic Steering Committee gives update, gets scolded

Two months from the Leesburg Town Council-appointed deadline, the Economic Development Review Steering Committee is hosting panels as it figures out the best way to update the Town Plan.

Washington’s Verizon Center to become Capital One Arena

The downtown home of the NBA's Wizards and NHL's Capitals is now called Capital One Arena.

Naughty Girls Donut Shop coming to Sterling

The pinup-themed donut shop is making its return this year with locations in Sterling and Georgetown, and then the owners plan to expand nationally.

Sacked: After bankruptcy, Redskins-themed restaurant Hail & Hog closes for good

Hail & Hog launched in May 2016. The 12,000-square-foot, two-level restaurant included a radio and TV studio for Redskins broadcasts and a rooftop bar.

Loudoun County’s $40 million ERP system hits more snags

After working around the clock on a multi-million dollar upgrade to the county’s financial management system, the troubled enterprise resource planning (ERP) project recently ran into a slew of more problems.

Loudoun County to host 2018 beer bloggers conference

Loudoun County will host the 2018 Beer Bloggers and Writers Conference, the governor's office announced today.

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The Beautiful South rebrands to Hamilton Station Gastropub

The Beautiful South, a Hamilton restaurant established nearly 25 years ago, has changed its name to Hamilton Station Gastropub, but proprietor Adonis Stringos said the rebrand is more of an “update” than a total transformation.

Purcellville issues RFP for preservation and management of Fireman’s Field

The Town of Purcellville Town Council has approved and issued a Request for Proposal (RFP) for the preservation and management of the Fireman’s Field Complex located at 250 S. Nursery Avenue.

Scenes such as this can be found in Lucketts Aug. 19 and 20 during the final running of The Lucketts Fair. Facebook/The Lucketts Fair

One more year of magic at The Lucketts Fair

It's always hard to see a good thing come to an end. But, after 45 years, The Lucketts Fair will close its doors after this year.

Heritage High School grad Benson to perform at First Friday in Leesburg

Zach Benson, a 2015 Heritage High School graduate, will be performing at Market Station in Leesburg on Aug. 4 from 6-9 p.m. for Leesburg’s First Friday.

65-acre data center site in Sterling sells for $25M

New York-based developer company Sentinel Data Centers has paid $25.2 million for part of the 100-acre AOL campus in Loudoun County.

Loudoun’s Tarver King, chef at Patowmack Farm, wins D.C. region Chef of the Year

Tarver King, chef at Lovettsville's Restaurant at Patowmack Farm, was named chef of the year at the prestigious, 35th annual Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington Awards Gala Sunday night.
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