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    Brambleton rezonings pass Loudoun board; new houses and $35M in improvements coming

    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. - 01/26/15

    Loudoun supervisors pass ordinance allowing farm breweries

    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. - 01/22/15

    King Street Oyster Bar and Grill to open in old Cooley Gallery space, preparing for summer opening

    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. - 01/27/15

    Dulles’ Orbital to merge with ATK

    After a slight postponement of merger discussions, Orbital’s stockholders have approved a merger with ATK’s Aerospace and Defense Groups. - 01/27/15

    Retail Properties of America buys Fort Evans Plaza II in Leesburg

    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. - 01/27/15

    Loudoun hires its first federal lobbying firm, hopes to grab grants

    Loudoun County hired The Ferguson Group, LLC, a Washington D.C.-based lobbying firm, on Dec. 29 to provide help in writing grant proposals for the county, as well as providing a “more formal federal program for lobbying and outreach, ” according to board documents prepared for the Jan. 21 business meeting. - 01/23/15

    One Loudoun developers claim county inflated assessments of Ashburn property

    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. - 01/21/15

    IN PHOTOS: Martin Luther King Jr. Day in Leesburg

    Hundreds of residents throughout Loudoun County marched down East Market Street in Leesburg on Jan. 19. - 01/20/15

    Loudoun grocer holds “Design Our Bag” challenge

    The Fresh Market grocery store, which has a location in Ashburn, is holding a “Design Our Bag” challenge for children 15 and younger. - 01/17/15

    Washington out as potential Olympics 2024 destination; USOC chose Boston instead

    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. - 01/16/15

    Business incentives: Loudoun’s retention and recruitment tool

    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. - 01/15/15

    Becky and Scott Harris on Southern Living’s ‘50 People Who Are Changing the South in 2015’

    Becky and Scott Harris, owners of Purcellville's Catoctin Creek Distilling, were named to Southern Living's list of '50 People Who Are Changing the South in 2015.' - 01/14/15

    Goose Creek shoots for a hotel, homes and 9 holes; awaits Feb. 11 hearing

    McLean developer Kettler Inc., wants to transform nine holes of its 18-hole course into a restaurant and hotel, while increasing the land's residential zoning to six houses an acre instead of one every three acres. - 01/13/15

    Tower Companies looks to build town center near Fairfax line

    Tower Companies, a Rockville, Md.-based developer, is looking to rezone a 28-acre property at the corner of Route 28 and Shaw Road, into a town center with residential, office and retail uses, according to documents the company filed with the county in December. - 01/13/15

    Loudoun SBDC ‘Start Your Business’ seminar set for Jan. 15

    The Loudoun Small Development Center will hold a “Start Your Business” seminar from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Jan. 15 at the Mason Enterprise Center, 202 Church St. SE, Leesburg. - 01/12/15

    Randy Radish moves to storefront

    Sharon Lindblad and Nancy Jezior, co-owners of the Randy Radish, have big plans for the vegan food business, which started out of a food truck. - 01/12/15

    Gun sales in Virginia drop in 2014 following 3 years’ growth

    Gun sales in Virginia have declined for the first time since 2010. - 01/09/15

    Loudoun supervisors approve $450,000 to retain K2M

    The Governor's Opportunity Fund also gave K2M $450,000 as an incentive to stay in Virginia, which Loudoun matched by giving $340,000 in cash and waiving $110,000 in fees. - 01/08/15

    SCC seeks comment on Dulles Greenway toll hike

    The State Corporation Commission seeks public comment on a request made by Toll Road Investors Partnership II to increase rates for the Dulles Greenway, a 14-mile stretch of road running from Leesburg to Dulles Airport. - 01/08/15

    Fitness Equation coming to One Loudoun

    The Fitness Equation, a 40,000-square-foot facility, plans to open its first D.C.-area location next January. - 01/07/15

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