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Silver Line small area plan land use map proposed by Supervisor Tony Buffington (R-Blue Ridge)

Loudoun supervisors put Metro area plan on hold, send it to Envision Loudoun process for work

The county’s major land-use plan around the future Silver Line stops is being put on hold, possibly for another year.

An aerial view of the AT&T site on Short Hill Mountain. Times-Mirror/Sydney Kashiwagi

The secret at Short Hill: One year later

A year ago, the western Loudoun community demanded the county deny a commission permit that would have allowed AT&T -- the world’s largest telecom company -- to build a 3.5-acre facility on the top of Short Hill Mountain.

Wegmans becomes the latest grocer to offer home delivery in Loudoun County

Wegmans customers in Loudoun County are to become the latest consumers to benefit from a home delivery service.

Lawmakers call for overhaul of Metro governance, funding

A group of Maryland lawmakers has proposed an overhaul of the Washington-area subway system that would give the struggling rail network the dedicated funding its leaders say it needs.

Supreme Court ruling a good sign for the Redskins

The U.S. Supreme Court may have just helped the Redskins keep their controversial name. On Monday the court ruled the government is not allowed to refuse registering potentially offensive names.

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Kalero vineyard, events venue launching in July

Located off Route 9 in Hillsboro, Loudoun's newest vineyard, Kalero, will host a grand opening event July 15 with comedian Jason Weems, wine pairings from Notaviva Vineyards and fare from Parallel Wine & Whiskey Bar's food truck.

Justice Dept. probing Booz Allen Hamilton’s accounting

Defense and spy-agency contractor Booz Allen Hamilton says the Justice Department is investigating its accounting and the way it charges the government.

One of the pieces of the more than 600 acres of the Traveller’s Rest property in the foreclosure process.

Banbury Cross co-owner, partner file for bankruptcy amid foreclose of 600 acres in Middleburg

Traveller’s Rest, LLC, a company jointly owned by Banbury Cross Polo Field co-owner Nelson Gunnell and Alfred Rogers Smithwick, has filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in the Eastern District of Virginia.

Wine and grilled cheese bar coming to downtown Leesburg

A new wine-and-cheese bar that will focus on trendy grilled cheese sandwiches is slated to open in August at 105 South King Street in Leesburg.

Facebook/Lost Rhino Brewing Co.

Three Loudoun breweries take home medals at Virginia Craft Beer Cup

Old Ox Brewery, Lost Rhino Brewing Co. and Crooked Run Brewing all took home medals at The Virginia Craft Brewers Guild 2017 Virginia Craft Beer Cup.

Free WiFi coming to Fireman’s Field in Purcellville as town looks to expand internet capabilities

Purcellville is working to expand its broadband internet capabilities—and the first step may be coming to Fireman’s Field by July.

Facebook/MOD Pizza

MOD Pizza coming to Purcellville Gateway

The fast-casual restaurant MOD Pizza has signed a lease at The Purcellville Gateway shopping center, a company spokesperson from ECHO Realty confirmed Monday.

One of the pieces of the more than 600 acres of the Traveller’s Rest property in the foreclosure process.

Foreclosure process initiated on more than 600 acres of Banbury Cross Polo Field co-owner’s land

More than 600-acres of a property in Middleburg jointly owned by Nelson Gunnell, the co-owner of Banbury Cross Polo Field, is in the process of being foreclosed.

After inquiring in Loudoun, Amazon expands in Fairfax, adding 1,500 jobs

Amazon Web Services is embarking on a major expansion just across the Loudoun County line and will soon open a new East Coast corporate campus at One Dulles Tower in Fairfax County, Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) announced Thursday.

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Inova Loudoun launches ‘Loudoun Rising’ fundraising campaign

Inova Loudoun Hospital recently unveiled the “Loudoun Rising: Taking Health to New Heights” fundraising campaign, a $20 million campaign that will support the hospital’s $300 million master plan for the expansion of facilities and services.
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