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    A rendering of the proposed Brambleton Town Center. -Courtesy/Brambleton

    Brambleton rezonings pass Loudoun board; new houses and $35M in improvements coming
    Mon., Jan. 26 | 06:19 PM - In separate near unanimous-decision votes on Jan. 21, with Supervisor Ralph Buona (R-Ashburn) absent for one of the votes, the Board of Supervisors approved a package of rezoning requests for Brambleton, which will likely mean a major face-lift of the current development.
     > Top / Business / Eastern Loudoun / Ashburn /
    Proposal would let Dominion hike electric bills
    Mon., Jan. 26 | 12:00 PM - Dominion Virginia Power would be allowed to avoid state regulation for eight years while having the ability to raise consumers’ electric bills if the General Assembly passes a bill before the Senate Committee on Commerce and Labor.
     > Top / Government / Business / Eastern Loudoun / Western Loudoun /

    The owners of Lost Rhino Brewery have announced plans to expand to Brambelton Town Center. Photo Courtesy/Lost Rhino

    Lost Rhino Brewery expanding, opening Brambleton restaurant and brew pub
    Mon., Jan. 26 | 08:00 AM - The owners of Lost Rhino Brewery, based on Red Rum Drive in Ashburn, have announced they're expanding their business and will be opening a second brewery and restaurant in the Brambleton Town Center.
     > Top / Business / Eastern Loudoun / Ashburn / Brambleton /

    Last year Casey Conner, founder of Ice Lab Ice Sculptures, in Baltimore, Md. created an enormous sculpture of an eagle soaring over a mountain, intended to honor the area’s many military veterans and active-duty members. Courtesy Photo

    Turning ice into art
    Fri., Jan. 23 | 10:13 AM - Village at Leesburg’s Winter Ice Fest to host elite ice carving competition
     > Top / Business / People / Western Loudoun / Leesburg /

    A motion allowing farm breweries in land zoned agricultural passed the Board of Supervisors last night with an 8-1 vote. - Courtesy/Visit Loudoun

    Loudoun supervisors pass ordinance allowing farm breweries
    Thu., Jan. 22 | 03:08 PM - Last night the Board of Supervisors approved an amendment to allow farm breweries on land zoned for agricultural use, where something is grown on the farm that goes into the beer.
     > Top / Business / Eastern Loudoun / Western Loudoun /
    King Street Oyster Bar and Grill to open in old Cooley Gallery space, preparing for summer opening
    Tue., Jan. 27 | 04:08 PM - Amid months of speculation about the fate of the Cooley Gallery space, Rick Allison, the owner of Pittsburgh Rick’s and former owner of The Dock, has plans to turn the gallery into an oyster bar complete with outdoor seating and a martini bar.
     > Briefs / Business /
    Dulles’ Orbital to merge with ATK
    Tue., Jan. 27 | 02:26 PM - After a slight postponement of merger discussions, Orbital’s stockholders have approved a merger with ATK’s Aerospace and Defense Groups.
     > Briefs / Business /
    Retail Properties of America buys Fort Evans Plaza II in Leesburg
    Tue., Jan. 27 | 12:50 PM - Retail Properties of the America Inc. bought Fort Evans Plaza II, the 250,000-square-foot home of Marshalls, Bed Bath & Beyond, Dollar Tree and Five Below at the corner of Battlefield Parkway and Fort Evans Road, for $65 million.
     > Briefs / Business /

    One Loudoun, a 358-acre mixed use development in Ashburn, is attempting to recoup taxes it says have been erroneously levied against it since 2011.

    One Loudoun developers claim county inflated assessments of Ashburn property
    Wed., Jan. 21 | 06:59 AM - The developers of Ashburn's One Loudoun complex are contending the Board of Supervisors, through its assessors office, misrepresented tax assessments on the developer's real estate by as much as $20 million, according to a petition filed with Loudoun County Circuit Court last month.
     > Top / Business / Eastern Loudoun / Ashburn /
    Average per gallon gas price under $2
    Tue., Jan. 20 | 04:57 PM - After cresting for a span of 24 hours at $2 a gallon starting early Friday morning, the average retail price for regular grade gasoline in Virginia fell below $2 per gallon over the weekend to $1.99 per gallon statewide.
     > Briefs / Business / People /
    K2M proposes selling stock at market price
    Tue., Jan. 20 | 02:42 PM - Leesburg-based K2M prepares to offer its stock to the public once again, this time at market price.
     > Briefs / Business / Western Loudoun / Leesburg /

    Richard T. Gillespie is the new executive director for the Mosby Heritage Area Association, which aims to educate about the history and advocate for the preservation of the culture and scenery of the Northern Virginia Piedmont. Courtesy Photo

    Mosby association preserves past, embraces change
    Tue., Jan. 20 | 12:46 PM - The Mosby association just completed a preservation plan for the Aldie, Middleburg and Upperville battlefields.
     > Top / Business / People /
    Loudoun grocer holds “Design Our Bag” challenge
    Sat., Jan. 17 | 11:00 AM - The Fresh Market grocery store, which has a location in Ashburn, is holding a “Design Our Bag” challenge for children 15 and younger.
     > Briefs / Business / Eastern Loudoun / Ashburn /
    Washington out as potential Olympics 2024 destination; USOC chose Boston instead
    Fri., Jan. 16 | 05:33 PM - The United States Olympic Committee announced it would back Boston in its bid to host the 2024 games. The decision was made at the Denver International Airport last week.
     > Briefs / Business /
    Business incentives: Loudoun’s retention and recruitment tool
    Thu., Jan. 15 | 11:10 AM - Last week the Board of Supervisors agreed to pay K2M Group Holdings Inc. $340,000 in cash, and waive $110,000 in fees, as part of a package to keep the medical devices firm in the county. Successful companies such as K2M capitalize on competition for their location.
     > Top / Business / Eastern Loudoun / Western Loudoun /
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