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EDITORIAL: Sister cities bring junkets and jokes, not economic development

We’re all for the economic and cultural benefits of working together on a global scale. That’s how today’s economy works. But we’re living on a small planet now. Connections are instantaneous. Almost anyone can create relationships and conduct business with people throughout the world.
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U.S. consumer sentiment slips in April

American consumers were a bit more downbeat in April.

UPDATE: Nova Medical Group partners with Inova Health System

Nova Medical Group, one of the largest primary care practices in Northern Virginia, has announced a partnership with Inova Medical Group, a division of the Inova Health System.
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Visit Loudoun dishes out annual tourism awards

The PONY Nationals Girls Softball Tournament and Loudoun Wineries Association Ultimate Winemaker experience were honored as the 2015 Tourism Events of the Year at Visit Loudoun's annual awards Tuesday afternoon.

Loudoun detectives investigating series of rim, tire thefts

The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a series of recent thefts from SUVs, GMC pick-up trucks and a minivans where customized rims and standard oversized tires were targeted.

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New York-style Bada Bing Bagels coming to Purcellville

After two years of research and hard work, a plan is coming together to open Bada Bing Bagels in a few weeks. The targeted opening day is May 21 at the Shops at Maple and Main in Purcellville, next to Vocelli Pizza.

Cynet Systems of Ashburn named fastest-growing private company in Va.

Cynet Systems of Ashburn took the top honor at the Virginia Chamber of Commerce's “Fantastic 50” awards in Chantilly Thursday night.

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Redskins’ Pierre Garçon surprises Loudoun County ‘Teacher of the Year’

Pierre Garçon, wide receiver for the Washington Redskins, walked into Tuck’s classroom on May 2 with a giant check for $500 worth of school supplies. Garçon also escorted Tuck in a limousine to go on his shopping spree at Loudoun Learning.

Community Foundation’s 24-hour “Give Choose” campaign to be held Tuesday

Tuesday will mark a flash fundraising effort from the Community Foundation of Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties. The foundation's Give Choose day is a 24-hours fundraising campaign for 60 of the area's leading nonprofits.

For over a decade, hundreds of community members have participated in the Annual Walk for Water at Morven Park in Leesburg to help raise money to build wells in drought stricken regions in Africa. Courtesy Photo/Wisdom Springs

Loudoun students raise awareness about water access in West Africa

The Annual Walk for Water has raised over $260,000 in the past 12 years, which has built 26 wells in West Africa. Each year students from Heritage, Stonebridge and Tuscarora high schools put the event together not only to raise money, but to raise awareness about drought conditions in Africa.

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