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Long Stone Farm’s Casey and Justin Wisch, with little farmhand Piper, opened their self-serve farm stand on Saturday. Times-Mirror/Ed Felker

Farm stand at Long Stone Farm opens

Loudoun County and surrounding area residents who love local foods will now have another great option to bring farm fresh products to their tables.

Loudoun MotorSports shutting its doors

After 20 years in business, the owners of Loudoun MotorSports, a landmark local motorcycle dealership, have decided to close shop.

The Fresh Market at One Loudoun to close

The Fresh Market in One Loudoun is closing for good, according to customers who received an email this week about the shuttering.

Woody’s Golf eyes One Loudoun

The region’s beloved miniature golf course -- Woody’s Golf -- could be making a comeback at One Loudoun.

Karen Schaufeld is the founder of 100WomenStrong in Loudoun County. File Photo

100WomenStrong awards $193,700 to 20 local nonprofits

100WomenStrong on Wednesday announced grants totaling $193,700 to help 20 area nonprofit organizations initiate, complete or supplement programs in 2017.

Washington airports’ contract workers to get a pay raise

About 4,500 workers including wheelchair attendants, baggage handlers and toll booth operators are expected to benefit. Some now earn only $7.25 an hour, the minimum wage in Virginia.

Leesburg Flower and Garden organizers are ready for 30,000 visitors downtown this weekend. Times-Mirror File Photo

Leesburg blooming: Flower and garden festival comes to town this weekend

Every April in downtown Leesburg, beautifully miniaturized gardens, fountains and patios literally spring up overnight.

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Lansdowne Resort sold to Hong Kong investor for $133M

Bethesda-based real estate investment trust LaSalle Hotel Properties announced in early April it sold the 296 newly renovated-room resort for $133 million.

Times-Mirror takes top Virginia Press Association award for fourth consecutive year

The Times-Mirror again won Grand Sweepstakes as the best large-circulation weekly newspaper in the state.

The scene at Eddie Merlot’s, an upscale steakhouse. Times-Mirror/Dale Peskin

Eat, drink and be Loudoun: The sport of local dining satisfies

It can be pricey, but Loudoun County's local restaurant scene is coming in hot.

Signs along Ashburn Road ask the county to “save old Ashburn.” Times-Mirror/Sydney Kashiwagi

Loudoun supervisors close contentious zoning ‘loophole’ in Old Ashburn area

After multiple public hearings and business meetings, the Board of Supervisors voted Wednesday to put a cap on the number of residential units in rural commercial zoning districts and grandfather some applications into its previous zoning policies.

Not so United at Dulles Airport

Passengers checking in to board United Airlines flights at Dulles Airport on Wednesday criticized the airline for manhandling one of its passengers, who was forcibly removed from a United plane in Chicago.

Loudoun’s rural economy gets a boost

Loudoun County's rural businesses contribute 25 cents in additional sales output and 20 cents in additional earnings for every dollar in sales, but the sector faces some of the biggest regulatory hurdles and development pressures, county officials say.

Signs along Ashburn Road ask the county to “save old Ashburn.”Times-Mirror/Sydney Kashiwagi

Loudoun Planning Commission recommends supervisors approve rural commercial zoning amendment

The Loudoun County Planning Commission voted Monday to recommend the Board of Supervisors approve a limit on the number of residential units in rural commercial zoning districts.

Dulles Golf Center and Sports Park giving back for its 20th anniversary

The Dulles Golf Center and Sports Park is open year-round, but April is typically a big month. The weather starts to warm, and parents are looking for family-friendly ways to get outside.
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