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    MORE: Two Loudoun wineries place in the Governor’s Case

    Two Loudoun wineries, North Gate Vineyards and Catoctin Creek Winery, placed in the Governor's Case at the Governor's Cup Wine Competition Gala in Richmond Feb. 24. - 02/24/15

    Overall passenger decline at Dulles Airport, international travel up

    Passenger numbers, released last week, show that while international travel to Dulles Airport grew last year, the overall passenger totals dropped nearly 2 percent. - 02/24/15

    Loudoun thinking outside its borders for economic development

    With government contracting in flux, and the larger question of the deflating Loudoun economy becoming ever more concerning, county officials have decided to look outside the country for help developing regional assets. - 02/24/15

    Judge allows state to intervene in Va. pipeline lawsuit

    A federal judge has allowed the state to intervene in a Virginia lawsuit challenging Dominion Resources' right to survey private property for a proposed pipeline. - 02/24/15

    Chuck Kuhn’s western Loudoun heliport approved

    It’s official. Western Loudoun will have its first residential heliport on Chuck Kuhn's Egypt Farm in Philomont. - 02/18/15

    Infographic: Where your Loudoun County tax dollars go

    A breakdown of how tax dollars are spent in the county. - 02/18/15

    Foodies rejoice: some new dining options are coming to Loudoun in 2015

    Loudouners hoping to spice up their dining routine should be excited to see a large slate of new restaurant options coming to the county in 2015. - 02/17/15

    One dead in crash at Gilbert’s Corner in Aldie Feb. 16

    A Purcellville man died in a car crash in Gilbert's corner at the intersection of Route 50 and Route 15 at approximately 9:30 p.m. Feb. 16., according to the Virginia State Police. - 02/17/15

    Loudoun likely getting its first residential helipad

    Western Loudoun is set to see the passage of the first residential heliport on Chuck Kuhn's Egypt Farm in Philomont on Feb. 18. - 02/17/15

    Dulles Airport sees record-setting low temperatures Sunday and Monday

    Monday-morning temperatures at Dulles Airport dipped to 6 degrees Fahrenheit, breaking the previous record of 11 degrees set in 1963 and 1987, according to the Associated Press. - 02/16/15

    Advocates come out in support of Ashburn’s Old Ox Brewery

    Last night advocates of Old Ox came out to support them in their ongoing discussions with Red Bull over a trademark challenge the energy drink manufacturer filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. - 02/13/15

    Valentine’s Day Eve in Leesburg: Did I forget to order flowers?

    Because guys wait until the last minute, and Jennifer Morris is there to help them out. - 02/13/15

    Training explosion: Explosive Performance in Ashburn is ready for its Pro Day

    Kevin Boyle, the director of Explosive Performance, an athletic training program expanding inside the confines of Brambleton's Sport and Health gym, looked over construction which was nearing an end and explained his training regimen the way you might hear a chemist speak about his craft. - 02/12/15

    Leesburg’s newly opened LoCo Arts Studio aims to harness creativity under one roof

    Located in Suite D of the Shops at Dodona Manor in the Arts and Cultural District of Leesburg, LoCo Arts Studio hopes to bring together Loudoun artists under one roof and open the entire studio to the public. - 02/12/15

    Old Ox Brewery calls ‘Red Bulls$%&’

    "You seem pretty cool. You sponsor snowboarders, adventure racers, rock climbers and motocross bikers. You launch people into space so that they can skydive back down to earth ... Here’s the thing, though. You are being extremely uncool to us at Old Ox Brewery." - 02/10/15

    Journey Through Hallowed Ground Portrait series unveiled at the Dulles International Airport

    Travelers to Dulles International Airport will now have something to look at as the make their way to their gates. - 02/10/15

    Hotel chain plans asks for Route 28 special exception

    Sandpiper Hospitality LLC has filed a special exception application with the county to build a 175-room extended stay hotel in the Route 28 corridor in Sterling. - 02/04/15

    Dominion buys 5-acre parcel at TransDulles Business Park

    Dominion Virginia Power has bought a 5-acre parcel of land in the TransDulles Business Park with the intention of building a transformer station, according to a release from New Boston Fund, Inc., a private equity real estate investment, development and management firm. - 02/04/15

    Co-op seeks space in Lovettsville Town Center

    Lovettsville Town Center will soon have a grocery tenant should the members of the Lovettsville Cooperative Market get their way. - 02/03/15

    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

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