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Sales tax breaks to lure data centers booming in Virginia

As Virginia has emerged as a top global market for data centers, tax breaks to attract some of the world's richest companies to the state have exploded, new records show.

General Dynamics to buy CSRA for almost $7 billion

The defense contractor General Dynamics will spend almost $7 billion to acquire CSRA with the Trump administration pushing defense spending aggressively higher.

Whitney Berry is a certified sommelier who launched Bottlelegger.com.

Local sommelier launches wine delivery service

A local wine expert has launched a wine delivery service in Loudoun and surrounding counties.

Trump administration proposes selling Dulles, Reagan airports

With a stunning plan to sell off federal assets, the Trump administration today proposed selling two of the three major airports serving the nation's capital: Dulles International Airport in Loudoun County and Reagan National in Arlington.

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Data centers continue to surge in Loudoun County

The homily was about change. In a letter to the parishioners of Christian Fellowship Church, Pastor Brian Bales informed his flock that the Ashburn mega-church would be moving away from the data centers overtaking the neighborhood off of Loudoun County Parkway.

Casa Nostra Italian restaurant to take over former Palio’s space in Leesburg

A new restaurant offering authentic Italian fare will be opening in historic downtown Leesburg. Casa Nostra, owned by David Saavedra, plans to open the new concept in the former Palio's space at 2 W. Market St. by mid-March.

National Museum of Intelligence and Special Operations coming to Loudoun

The Office of Strategic Services Society has selected the Kincora development for the National Museum of Intelligence and Special Operations.

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Amazon web subsidiary approved for Dulles South area

While Loudoun County anxiously awaits a decision on where Amazon will locate its $5 billion second headquarters, supervisors on Tuesday approved a rezoning request that will allow a nearly 600,000-square-foot data center for the media giant’s web service subsidiary.

Loudoun real property values reach near pre-recession assessments

“This may be the first time that those values exceed 2006 pre-recession peak values,” said Jim White, deputy commissioner with the office’s real estate division.

Slapfish seafood to open in One Loudoun this summer

California-based Slapfish recently announced it will be opening its first East Coast location in Ashburn at One Loudoun this summer.

Trader Joe’s on tap for One Loudoun?

The popular grocery chain is working to finalize plans to move into the Ashburn space formerly occupied by The Fresh Market, according to Loudoun County building permits.

Loudoun delegation heading to the Olympics to promote tourism, business opportunities

The 2018 Winter Olympic games may be held across the globe in South Korea, but a local delegation will be using the opportunity to travel to the games to promote tourism and business opportunities in Loudoun County.

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ECHO officials tell Kaine 150 jobs at risk due to confusing regulations

Leesburg nonprofit agency ECHO played host and tour guide to a high-profile visitor Thursday, with U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine (D) dropping in to learn more about the agency that assists people with disabilities.

Clay and Metal Loft co-founders Ann Andre left, and Amy Manson, right, aim to serve as a creative hub for artists in Leesburg.

 

A Leesburg hub for local artists

Two local artists – who are also friends and now business partners – have teamed up to launch a creative new studio, gallery and classroom space called The Clay and Metal Loft in Leesburg.

Primera Air launches service from Dulles to London

A Latvian airline is launching nonstop service connecting Washington, D.C., to London.
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