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Morrissey Commercial open for business in Leesburg

Morrissey Commercial opened a commercial real estate brokerage office in downtown Leesburg this month.

Parallel Wine Bistro debuts in Ashburn

Parallel Wine Bistro will celebrate its grand opening Saturday, May 22, from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. with live patio music.

Jerry’s Downtown to celebrate grand opening

Jerry's Downtown, the second store operated by Jerry’s Flowers & Gifts owner Janet Tyson, will celebrate its grand opening at 2 p.m. Saturday, May 22, at 14 S. King St. in Leesburg.
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ProJet Aviation’s hangar at Leesburg Executive Airport. Photo Courtesy/ ProJet Aviation

ProJet Aviation opens at Leesburg Executive Airport

ProJet Aviation, a Washington, D.C., metropolitan area aircraft management and worldwide charter company, will host a grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new Jet Center at Leesburg Executive Airport Wednesday, June 2. The airport is at 957 Sycolin Road in Leesburg.
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Juanita Frye works the counter at The Coffee Bean May 18. The Leesburg shop will close in June after 24 years in business. Times-Mirror Staff Photo/Raymond Thompson

Leesburg bids two longtime businesses goodbye

The crunch of grinding coffee beans and the strong scent of a morning cup of joe will no longer waft out of 110 S. King St. in Leesburg.
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Joe Coleman, of Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy, left, joins Supervisor Kelly Burk (D-Leesburg) and Dulles Greenway’s CEO Tom Sines at last week’s rally for the fifth annual Drive for Charity event May 20. Times-Mirror Staff Photo/Hannah Hager

Greenway to give green to local charities

The fifth annual Drive for Charity event is May 20.

Seven steps to starting a Loudoun business

Loudoun is home to the highest median-income workers and it's the fifth fastest-growing county in the nation, according to Forbes. If you want to start a business, look no further than Loudoun.
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Out of the attic: strawberry picking

A young strawberry picker looks over baskets of berries at Hill High Orchard in mid-May 1977.

Wine tasting to benefit cancer research

On May 23, attend a wine tasting and silent auction to benefit the Relay for Life team Friends Fighting 4 Cure. The event will run from 1 to 5 p.m.

The graduation anti-speech

Graduation season is in full swing. We're not going to give a long speech – the new college grads have had enough of that. Instead, we have a few thoughts for Loudoun's newest batch of graduates.

First Little League game held in Haske field

On May 22, Upper Loudoun Little League will play its first game ever in western Loudoun.

Rummage sale moved

The Ladies’ Auxiliary of the Middleburg Fire Department has announced that the Annual Spring Ladies Auxiliary’s Rummage Sale will not be on the premises of the Middleburg Fire Department this June.

Budget public hearing to be held May 20

Mayor Elaine Walker and Town Council will hold a public hearing on the proposed fiscal 2011 budget May 20 at 8 p.m. in the Lovettsville Town Hall.

Hamilton celebrates Hamilton Day

On May 22, join the Town of Hamilton for the annual Hamilton Day celebration.

Spelling bee raises $20,000-plus for literacy in Loudoun

The Loudoun Literacy Council's annual Corporate Spelling Bee on April 26 raised more than $20,000 to help improve the English language skills of adults, children and families in Loudoun County.

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