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A hero is home in Purcellville

Joy, excitement and appreciation were just some of the emotions on display Thursday morning as Brian and Jolyne Haas were able to see their completed, newly constructed home for the very first time.

Leesburg Town Council cuts ‘Main Street,’ Visit Loudoun funding

As Leesburg citizens argued for projects that are facing the axe this budget cycle, council members discussed ways to compromise during Tuesday night’s public budget hearing.

Dominion parent says Brewer will return to the school

It appears Dr. John Brewer is accepting the offer to return as principal of Dominion High on April 17.

Inova Loudoun Hospital CEO announces retirement

Walters served in the Inova system for nearly 30 years, including regional vice president for Inova Alexandria and Inova Mount Vernon and interim CEO for Inova Fairfax and Inova Children's.

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Serenity now: The Woodhouse Day Spa to host grand opening

A new luxury day spa at the Village at Leesburg will host its grand opening celebration March 31 from 4–8 p.m. with “swag bags” for the first 300 attendees, a ribbon cutting ceremony at 4:30 p.m., food, live music and raffles.

Rendering of One Loudoun’s downtown

After months of back and forth, supervisors vote to approve One Loudoun rezoning

After months of delays and reconsiderations, Loudoun supervisors voted Thursday to approve a rezoning application at One Loudoun.

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Five Virginians place on Forbes’ billionaire list

Five Virginians, four of whom are from Northern Virginia but not quite Loudoun County, landed on this year's billionaires list compiled by Forbes Magazine.

Shareholders sign off on Access National, Middleburg Bank merger

At separate special meetings March 15, shareholders of Access National Corporation and Middleburg Financial Corporation approved Access’s $233.1 million purchase of Middleburg Bank.

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Virginia’s Metro board rep says transit system’s $300 million shortfall could double by 2019

Second Vice Chairman Jim Corcoran said Thursday during a State of Transportation event in Loudoun County that the transit system’s nearly $300 million fiscal 2018 operating shortfall could double by 2019.

‘It’s been a great ride:’ Caulkins Jewelers to close up shop after more than 60 years

Caulkins Jewelers, an integral part of the retail fabric of Leesburg, will close at the end of June after more than half a century in business.

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‘X’ marks the spot for Loudoun County’s artisans

The premise is part of a wider program from the Artisans Center of Virginia. The center manages a program developed to raise awareness with residents and visitors alike of the creative talents present in the state.

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MORE: Bowlero coming to Village at Leesburg, taking over KingPinz space

The new entertainment facility will take over the space currently occupied by KingPinz. Bowlero will feature bowling, arcade games and “inventive eats,” according to today's announcement.

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ALDI to open second Loudoun location in Broadlands Village Center

Discount grocer ALDI will land at Broadlands Village Center in Ashburn later this year, taking over the space formerly occupied by Safeway.

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This Leesburg bakery is the best in the Virginia

Here’s how Buzzfeed explained its methodology: “We asked Yelp for the most popular bakeries in every state — which they measured using an algorithm that looked at the number of reviews plus the star rating for every bakery on Yelp.”

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Landmarks in Play: New revenue, managers explored at iconic Purcellville sites

The Town of Purcellville is seeking additional revenue opportunities and exploring new management for Fireman’s Field and Bush Tabernacle -- two Purcellville landmarks that provide popular recreational activities as well as signature events in the county.
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