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Mom’s Apple Pie: Standing room only

While most businesses wait for their sales to spike on the day following Thanksgiving, Mom's Apple Pie, the tiny, independently-owned shop on the edge of downtown Leesburg, couldn't get people in the door fast enough Wednesday.

Loudoun Chamber’s ‘Small Business Saturday’ encourages local spending

The Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce hosts its annual "Small Business Saturday" the Saturday after Thanksgiving.

Supermarket mecca: Grocery stores adapt to fit changing appetites

Grocery stores are getting a nod around this time with shoppers finishing up buying turkeys and stuffing for their Thanksgiving feasts, And shoppers in Loudoun have no shortage of options for where to satisfy their grocery list.

Times-Mirror/Anna Harris

Inova Loudoun embarks on its third expansion

Inova Loudoun Hospital's next expansion is a big one, alleviating its increasingly full beds and widening their niche care with service and facility changes set for a 2019 finish. As the county and its population have grown, so has the hospital, and the coming changes are a direct response to that growth.

Times-Mirror/Karen Graham

At their conference in Leesburg, power women mean business

More than 600 business leaders attended the annual Loudoun Women’s Business Conference Nov. 20 at the National Conference Center in Leesburg.

CEO of VIP Bob Farren at the Washington Capital’s opening home game Oct. 10. Courtesy photo

One Loudoun to court: VIP, Farren vying in secret for new stadium at Kincora

Bob Farren, CEO of Virginia Investment Partnership (VIP), is trying to do "significant business" with developers Kincora for new baseball stadium in secret, according to court documents filed Friday by One Loudoun.

Layoffs at Verizon: Company consolidating regional operations

Layoffs have hit Verizon Communication’s campus on Loudoun County Parkway in Ashburn, according to employees and industry reports.

George Clinton’s world-class funk had everyone dancing at the Tally Ho on Nov. 21. Times-Mirror/Hannah Dellinger

George Clinton makes history in Leesburg

Nov. 21 was a night of freedom, funk and unity. People of all ages, ethnicities and walks of life came to together Nov. 21 to get down to George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic at the Tally Ho in Leesburg.

Kevin Longendyke, owner of DIG Records and Vintage, files away vinyl in his shop. Times-Mirror/Hannah Dellinger

At long last, Leesburg gets its own vinyl shop

Loudoun native Kevin Longendyke recently moved back from Richmond to open DIG Records & Vintage in downtown Leesburg. The shop sits atop Cultured, a soul food restaurant, at 212 Loudoun St.

Local wines wooed Wine Tourism Conference attendees at Thursday’s Lansdowne Resort dinner. Pictured are three tasty bottles from Lost Creek, Dry Mill and Hiddencroft. Times-Mirror/Trevor Baratko

Wine Tourism Conference in Loudoun: ‘Wine is a dream maker’

In its fifth year, Zephyr Adventures' Wine Tourism Conference brought together vinous experts and underscored the weighty impact the wine industry has on tourism, both within and outside the U.S.

Loudoun Realtor to host “House Hunters” Tuesday

One of Loudoun's very own, PJ Riner of Weichert Realtors, plays host in the HGTV series "House Hunters." Riner was contacted in January as a possible Realtor to sell one of three houses to a newlywed couple looking to find a home to grow into.

Virginia’s unemployment rate dips to 4.2 percent for October

Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe's office said Friday that the seasonally adjusted jobless rate was 4.2 percent in October. That's down slightly from 4.3 percent in September.

Darcy has been cutting hair at the Loudoun Adult Detention Center for two years. Times-Mirror/Anna Harris

Shave and a haircut: Taming inmate manes at Loudoun’s Adult Detention Center

Meet Darcy. She's a barber and cuts inmates' hair at Loudoun's Adult Detention Center every Wednesday.

Virginia ABC stores to offer Black Friday discounts

Virginia Alcohol Beverage Control stores will again offer discounts on Black Friday this year.

Leesburg’s Crescent Place homes promise four-story townhouses with a terrace each. Courtesy Photo/Knutson Co.

New homes bringing the ‘live, work, play’ mentality to downtown Leesburg

The land along the Washington and Old Dominion Trail in downtown Leesburg will see new residents moving into freshly constructed homes in January and February, and a boost to the downtown economy could come soon after, according to businesses and land developers.
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