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Group decries supervisor’s comments

Advocacy group Equality Loudoun this week denounced Supervisor Eugene Delgaudio's reaction to the addition of an equal opportunity amendment to the county's policy handbook, extending employment rights to gay, lesbian and transgender residents.

Aol completes layoffs

This week spelled the final days for a number of Aol employees in the United States.

County practices pick up lines on Northrop Grumman

An urban setting in the east and country life in the west. For Loudouners, living in an area that offers the best of both worlds is more than you could ask for. Ideally, it is also the perfect place for Northrop Grumman to do business.

Harsh weather compounds nonprofits’ economic woes

Nonprofit organizations suffer due to weather-related earnings loss and a decrease in funding from government grants.

Rural economic head retires and more business news

Warren Howell, Loudoun's Department of Economic Development's manager of innovative economic development, retired Dec. 30, 2009, after more than eight years with the department.

BBB’s top 10 scams and ripoffs of 2009

The Better Business Bureau has released a list of the top 10 scams and ripoffs of 2009.

Real Estate Law: Now is the time to refinance or purchase

The Federal Reserve Board has been steadily lowering the federal funds rate over the last year to a current historical low.

Powell named general manager of Times-Mirror

Kathryn Powell has been appointed to lead the Loudoun Times-Mirror during a critical and exciting period in the history of the franchise's 200-plus years. Her appointment took effect Jan. 4.

‘It’ is a shame, Supervisor Delgaudio

Happy birthday, Supervisor Eugene Delgaudio. As Delgaudio turned 55 years old last week and blew out the candles on his birthday cake at a party open to the public, he extinguished reason and respect as well.

Supervisors ax three of six subcommittees

Loudoun County supervisors took the new year as an opportunity to do some tidying up.

Fair Oaks resident to challenge Wolf

A second Democrat is vying for the 10th District's U.S. Congressional seat.

After fray, supervisors affirm gay rights

Equal opportunity in Loudoun County now includes rights for gay, lesbian and transgender residents.

November’s average and median sales prices inch upward in 2009

Everyone's looking for a higher ticket price. For their home, that is.
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Co-owner Mark Tate chats with customers on the last day of business at The Coach Stop restaurant in Middleburg. Times-Mirror Staff Photo/Raymond Thompson

The Coach Stop in Middleburg closes after 78 years

"We're here for the last supper," a patron lamented as he set foot for the last time in the Middleburg restaurant The Coach Stop.

VDOT cuts 678 jobs and more business briefs

The Virginia Department of Transportation issued layoff notices to 678 workers Jan. 4.

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