Flying Dog to build farm brewery in Loudoun
Farmworks, a farm brewery owned by Flying Dog, is coming to Lucketts in 2015.- Courtesy/Flying Dog
Thu., Dec. 18 | 04:51 PM -
Residential helipad passes planning, on to the full board
Coming summer 2015, Farmworks Brewery will take 5 acres of property and is expected to include a 15-barrel brewhouse, cellar, coolshop and tasting room.
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Thu., Dec. 18 | 03:36 PM -
The Planning Commission on Dec. 16 voted 8-1 to endorse a residential heliport on land in western Loudoun. The motion will go to the Loudoun Board of Supervisors for approval in 2015.
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Native Run: Home in Leesburg for the holidays
Northern Virginia band Native Run will take the Tally Ho Theatre stage in Leesburg Dec. 22. Courtesy Photo
Thu., Dec. 18 | 12:25 PM -
The Northern Virginia band takes a break from Nashville to play to the people who gave them their start
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Unseen crime: 85% of arrests, details about investigations go unreported in Loudoun and Leesburg
Unreported arrests from the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office.
Wed., Dec. 17 | 08:00 AM -
A four-month study by the Loudoun Times-Mirror that compared more than two years of indictment lists issued by the county's commonwealth’s attorney's office to arrest reports issued by the county's sheriff's office and Leesburg Police Department.
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Dreams of Christmas lights dance in the head of Purcellville resident
Ryan Gould of Purcellville helps spread the Christmas spirit in western Loudoun with his elaborately decorated home. Times-Mirror Photo/Elizabeth Stinnette
Sun., Dec. 14 | 07:48 AM -
Ryan Gould, a Purcellville resident and software engineer for Orbital, has spent seven years crafting a light show extravaganza choreographed to Christmas music.
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Coming soon: Estate Homes at Salamander Resort in Middleburg
A map of the planned phasing of the Residences at Salamander Resort. - Courtesy/Salamander
Fri., Dec. 12 | 07:23 PM -
Beginning in 2015 Salamander Resort will begin selling 49 residences on site in Middleburg, according to Matt Owen, the corporate director of public relations. The homes will roll in phases of 10 to 12 homes, and are expected to be delivered sometime in 2016.
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K2M moving Leesburg global headquarters, brings 97 new jobs
Eric Major, the co-founder, president and CEO of K2M at the NASDAQ stock exchange in New York City on May 8, when he took the company public. -Courtesy/K2M
Fri., Dec. 12 | 06:13 PM -
Stray deer wander into Loudoun Valley High School
K2M, a publicly-traded global medical devices company, will relocate its headquarters to southern Leesburg. The $28 million project will create 97 jobs and includes a 146,000-square-foot research and development facility.
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Fri., Dec. 12 | 11:00 AM -
Uptick seen in Loudoun housing market
Three stray deer found their way into Loudoun Valley High School in Purcellville at approximately 7 a.m.
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Wed., Dec. 17 | 04:07 PM -
Leesburg Police searching for hit and run driver
The housing market is showing signs of a return, with year-over-year gains in both closed sales and new contracts, according to a report.
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Tue., Dec. 16 | 12:41 PM -
Leesburg woman victim of strong-armed robbery
Leesburg Police are searching for the driver of a white Chevrolet Tahoe who crashed into a BMW at the intersection of Edwards Ferry Road and Heritage Way and fled the scene.
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Mon., Dec. 15 | 07:13 PM -
A 46-year-old Leesburg woman was robbed at approximately 10 p.m. Dec. 13 in the 100 block of Catoctin Circle SW while walking home from work, according to a report from the Leesburg Police Department.
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Nichols Hardware in Purcellville marks a century of service to the community
Nicolas Hardware, as part of its 100-year celebration, participated in the annual Purcellville Christmas parade. Times-Mirror/Karen Graham
Mon., Dec. 15 | 04:43 PM -
Loudoun County deputy recognized by state for work in fighting Internet crime
Not many stores can say they have been in business for 100 years.
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Fri., Dec. 12 | 05:25 PM -
Purcellville man arrested following hit and run crash
A veteran Loudoun County law enforcement officer was recognized today with a state House Resolution honoring his work in developing Internet safety programs for children and parents.
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Fri., Dec. 12 | 12:29 PM -
A Purcellville man was arrested Wednesday after he struck another vehicle and fled the scene.
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LCPS Excellence in Education Banquet honors high school seniors
Loudoun Valley High School senior Sean Bill brushes dust from fellow honoree Loudoun Valley senior Arslan Aziz’s shirt as they wait for their school’s turn to receive their awards. Times-Mirror/Anna Harris
Thu., Dec. 11 | 05:46 PM -
Educators, parents and students gathered Dec. 7 to honor high school seniors from Loudoun County high schools exhibiting high-levels of achievement at the 32nd Annual Excellence in Education Banquet.
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