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‘Play Ball’ in Purcellville: Cannons’ home opener June 3

The team was attracted to Purcellville as its new home because of the nostalgia of the 13-acre, 2,500-seat Fireman’s Field, located in the heart of Purcellville.

Leesburg’s Courthouse Square development dealt a major setback

The property takes up more than one-quarter of the block outlined by Loudoun, Market, King and Church streets, including the former Loudoun Times-Mirror building.

Andrew Crush of Spring House Farm was recently honored by The Progressive Farmer magazine as one of America’s Best Young Farmers. Times-Mirror/Ed Felker

Loudoun County farmer Andrew Crush named one of America’s Best Young Farmers

Each year, The Progressive Farmer Magazine, the largest circulation farm magazine in the U.S., selects five of America’s best young farmers and ranchers.

Courtesy Photo/David Galen for the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce (Facebook/Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce)

Salamander Resort founder Sheila Johnson vows to invest in Middleburg’s long-term success

"This resort is really the crown jewel of my business," Sheila Johnson, business tycoon and founder and CEO of the Salamander Resort & Spa, told a packed audience at her Middleburg luxury estate Thursday.

Courtesy Photo/April Gonzales

Former track star follows his passion in Loudoun County

Born in Jamaica, Cornwall and his family moved to New York when he was young. Following high school, he earned a full athletic scholarship to run track and field at Ohio State University.

Leesburg, Purcellville drive rise in prices

Median sales prices in Loudoun County are on the rise and have climbed for the eighth consecutive month in April, according to the April 2016 Loudoun County Market Trends Report released by the Dulles Area Association of Realtors (DAAR) on May 18.

Dulles Greenway’s 11th annual Drive For Charity sets record high

The Dulles Greenway’s 11th annual Drive For Charity has set a record high for donations with an amazing $331,000 collected on Thursday.

Loudoun supervisors delay decision on Short Hill ‘data center’

The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Thursday night to delay consideration for a commission permit for the expansion of a controversial AT&T telephone transmission facility on Short Hill Mountain to its June 23 business meeting.

Report: Middleburg Bank fights back, CEO not considering a sale at this time

Middleburg Bank CEO Gary Shook is refusing to sell the bank and is pushing back against criticism from the bank's largest shareholder, investment titan David Sokol.

Crème de la Crème closing up shop in downtown Leesburg

Crème de la Crème is packing up shop after 14 years in downtown Leesburg and relocating to Frederick, Maryland.

Black Walnut Brewery in Leesburg to open June 3

Located in the historic district on King Street, the dog-friendly brew house will feature a large outdoor deck, providing customers with a low-key environment.

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Dulles Greenway’s ‘Drive for Charity’ to benefit six local charities

The 11th annual Dulles Greenway Drive for Charity, during which 100 percent of tolls collected will be donated to local charities and scholarships, will be held next Thursday, May 19.

Loudoun County and Dulles Airport strike ‘sister airport’ partnership in Beijing

Loudoun County, Dulles and Beijing airports officials today signed a new “sister airport” agreement to increase visibility for the county and Dulles airport, often referred to as the region's “economic engine.”

From left to right, Dr. Jill McCabe, medical director of the pediatric emergency department and hospital services, Beamer, a fictional therapy dog and Gina Harrison,  nurse manager of the pediatric emergency department at Inova Loudoun. Photo Courtesy/ Inova Loudoun

Inova Loudoun’s Children’s ER celebrates 10 years of service

Inova Loudoun's children's emergency room will celebrate its 10-year anniversary on May 14.

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A familiar refrain: Dulles Airport is key to economic growth

“The major problem we're left addressing is our decline in domestic air travel,” said Virginia Secretary of Transportation Aubrey Layne, the event's keynote speaker.
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