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    Ben Hancock

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    Recent articles

    Citizen of the Year: Scott York leaves his fingerprints on county’s present and future

    It was in November 2014 that Scott York allowed himself to take seriously the idea of leaving public office. - 05/27/15

    Summary judgment on One Loudoun stadium denied

    One Loudoun was denied a summary judgment May 21 that would have allowed it to terminate a lease with Virginia Investment Partner. - 05/21/15

    Loudoun signs $65,500 sponsorship agreement with Fairfax Games

    Billed as an Olympics for public safety employees from across the country, the event consists of more than 60 sports, twice as many as the Olympic Games, and athletes from 70 countries. - 04/02/15

    Northern Virginia search and rescue members return from Nepal

    Local members of the Fairfax County International Urban Search & Rescue Team task force returned home from Nepal early morning May 16 and were met by friends, family, co-workers and well-wishers at their headquarters on Flint Lee Road in Chantilly. - 05/23/15

    Loudoun County fastest-growing in the state, again

    This just in from the Census bureau's American Community 5-year survey for 2010-2014: Loudoun County is experiencing a large population growth. - 05/22/15

    Goose Creek Golf Club to turn nine holes into houses

    On a 6-3 vote at a May 21 Board of Supervisors meeting, the board allowed the golf club to rezone 110.8 acres in Leesburg to accommodate up to 158 residential units and 142,000 square feet of nonresidential uses, which would include a 132-room hotel, a 9-hole golf course and a 6,000 square foot restaurant. - 05/21/15

    Virginia’s rural roads rank 34th in the country

    Nearly 20 percent of Virginia's rural roads are structurally deficient, according to TRIP, a national research group. - 05/20/15

    Questions cloud VIP’s legal representation

    Virginia Investment Partnership, the group which was supposed to bring professional soccer and baseball to the One Loudoun development, heads into a May 21 court date with questions about its legal representation. - 05/20/15

    Loudoun Spring Farm Tour puts its best foot forward

    The 2015 Spring Farm Tour finished off Loudoun's Small Business Weeks with music, farming and a focus on agriculture. - 05/19/15

    Bryan Voltaggio to headline Epicurience Virginia 2015

    Bryan Voltaggio, the local owner of Volt and Family Meal as well as “Top Chef” and “Top Chef Masters” contestant, will headline Epicurience Virginia’s Labor Day weekend festival this September in Morven Park. - 05/19/15

    Turning Broad Run into Deutsch-land on the soccer field

    The sister act that is Broad Run High School's varsity girls' soccer team is undeniable. - 05/15/15

    Avonlea development in South Riding gets approval from board

    Avonlea, expected to cost Peterson north of $70 million, will include 122,500 square feet of retail space, a 39,000 square foot cinema, a 32,000 square foot health club, a 40,000 square foot grocer and 40,000 square feet of office. - 05/14/15

    Leesburg’s Small Business Awards winners for 2015

    Leesburg handed out its annual Small Business Awards May 13 at Tally Ho Theater. - 05/13/15

    National Geographic editor speaks about future of food to Purcellville residents

    National Geographic's Executive Environment Editor Dennis Dimick spoke to a group of Loudoun residents May 11 at Purcellville's Franklin Park Arts Center. - 05/13/15

    Major Player: Leesburg’s K2M CEO talks to entrepreneurs about lessons learned

    In a seminar he gave to local business owners and prospective entrepreneurs, Eric Major explained that passion and an opening for a certain idea in the marketplace were the most important things any entrepreneur needed to start a business. - 05/13/15

    Inova Loudoun raising money for an emergency room overhaul

    Inova Loudoun Hospital which was built in 1997, will begin its first comprehensive renovation of the emergency room before the end of the year. - 05/13/15

    AOL is acquired by Verizon, two major Loudoun employers combine

    Telecommunications giant Verizon acquired mass-media company AOL for $4.4 billion May 12. - 05/12/15

    Brambleton announces inaugural Brewfest

    Brambleton Community Association has announced it will host a beer festival May 30 at the Brambleton Town Center in Ashburn. - 05/11/15

    Loudoun Small Business Week begins

    Future of food, tap takeover, spring farm tour and entrepreneurship headline a full slate of Small Business Week events. - 05/11/15

    Leesburg’s Goose Creek rezoning decision pushed to May 20

    Goose Creek Golf Club developers will have to wait until May 20 to find out the fate of nine holes of its golf course, which it hopes to convert into a hotel and residential units. - 05/08/15

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