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Leesburg council signs off on Brickyard townhome development

Two new developments are cleared to go up in Leesburg after a Town Council vote Tuesday night: the Brickyard townhome development behind Giant and a new location for the ION International Training Center.

Loudoun County advances plans for D.C. United second-division team, stadium

The Board of Supervisors on Wednesday took another step in advancing plans for a future stadium in Leesburg that, if approved, would be home to a D.C. United second division team.

Catoctin Corner open for business in Purcellville.

Catoctin Corner open for business in Purcellville

Purcellville residents lined up over the weekend to experience the newest meeting spot in town. Dunkin' Donuts officially opened for business in the Catoctin Corner Shopping Center Jan. 6.

Grab a brew and learn something new at Old Ox Brewery

Loudoun County Public Library has launched a new educational series with Old Ox Brewery called Science on Tap.

Cornerstone Business Group, Inc. Courtesy graphic

2017 saw robust home prices in Loudoun

Figures from the Metropolitan Regional Information System (MRIS), the largest real estate listing service in the country, show average house prices in Loudoun County rose by 6.7 percent in 2017 compared to the previous year.

Local pet sitters appear on CNBC’s ‘The Job Interview’

Woofie's, an Ashburn-based mobile pet sitting, dog walking and grooming business, was featured on CNBC's nationally televised show “The Job Interview” just before the new year.


CHIMOLE closes in downtown Leesburg; owner seeking new location

The Latin art-and-music-themed tapas restaurant CHIMOLE, at 10 S. King St. downtown Leesburg, closed its doors Dec. 30.

SideBar opens in downtown Leesburg this week

The restaurant will occupy a collection of three buildings off King Street dating from the early 1800s to 1860, with an outdoor slate patio and courtyard area in the middle.

D.C. United may work out a deal with the county to locate offices, training facilities and a second division team in Loudoun. Courtesy Photo/D.C. United Facebook

Loudoun County considering agreement with D.C. United to locate facilities, offices in Leesburg

Loudoun County officials announced Wednesday that the Board of Supervisors is considering a proposed memorandum of agreement between the county and the Major League Soccer franchise D.C. United to locate team offices and training facilities in Loudoun and to place a men’s professional second division team in the county.

Loudoun defense firm to create 20 new jobs, invest $866K

Loudoun-based Defense Technology Equipment will invest $866,500 and create 20 new jobs locally, state officials announced Tuesday.

Dallas-based Compass Datacenters’ 750,000-square-foot data center is proposed for the west side of the Goose Creek between Sycolin Road and the Dulles Greenway.

Loudoun board committee recommends approval of True North data center application

The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors’ Transportation and Land Use Committee took another stab at the controversial 750,000-square-foot data center proposal along Goose Creek in the county’s transition policy area Wednesday night.

Loudoun County sees resistance as it looks to regulate Airbnb, other short-term rentals

For $30 a night, you can rent out a private bedroom for two equipped with a full bathroom and TV near Dulles Airport in Sterling using the popular online lodging site Airbnb.

Andrew Barber is launching an idea known as “dry land cruising.” Courtesy Photo

Leesburg man believes his idea could herald vacation experience of the future

A Leesburg man is predicting his idea for a vacation experience, one that mirrors an ocean cruise but happens on dry land, will become a reality within the next decade.

Leesburg nixes food trucks downtown, at breweries

Leesburg Town Council let a discussion about allowing food trucks in the business districts die Monday night after a 3-3 vote.

Dallas-based Compass Datacenters’ 750,000-square-foot data center is proposed for the west side of the Goose Creek between Sycolin Road and the Dulles Greenway.

MORE: Loudoun supervisors send Goose Creek data center proposal to committee for further review

Loudoun's Board of Supervisors agreed Tuesday night to send a rezoning application for a 750,000-square-foot data center in the county's transition policy area to committee to make additional changes to the application.
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