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    Ben Hancock

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    Flying Dog to build farm brewery in Loudoun

    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. - 12/18/14

    Reaching high: The “Big Church” on Route 7 looks skyward to a towering vision

    It was in a space at Rolling Ridge Elementary School 29 years ago that The Community Church held its first service. The congregation numbered 30 members that day. - 12/19/14

    Residential helipad passes planning, on to the full board

    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. - 12/18/14

    Image Matters maps the world from Leesburg

    Harry Niedzwiadek is the CEO of Image Matters, a downtown-Leesburg based software and systems engineering firm. - 12/18/14

    Uptick seen in Loudoun housing market

    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. - 12/17/14

    Coming soon: Estate Homes at Salamander Resort in Middleburg

    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. - 12/12/14

    K2M moving Leesburg global headquarters, brings 97 new jobs

    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. - 12/12/14

    Federal funding to pay for Wallops Island repair, launches to resume in Florida

    U.S. Sens. Mark Warner and Tim Kaine announced Dec. 11 that the $20 million needed to repair a rocket launch site in Wallops Island will be added to House and Senate federal spending legislation discussions for 2015. - 12/12/14

    Willowsford: Sustainable living in Ashburn, surrounded by $1 million homes

    Just a few twists and turns beyond the ridge that slices Loudoun County into two distinct ideas, past the tangle of new townhomes and multi-use shopping centers, Brian Cullen looks out at 4,000 acres of bucolic countryside and envisions a more refined stewardship of the land between the foothills of the Piedmont and the thriving exurbs to the east. - 12/12/14

    COPT announces 120,000-square-foot build-to-suit project in Ashburn

    Corporate Office Properties Trust has announced it has executed a long-term lease with a Fortune 500 company to deliver a 120,000 square foot build-to-suit commercial building. - 12/11/14

    Loudoun’s balancing act of growth: Find additional sources of tax revenue

    A recent report from the George Mason Center for Regional Analysis shows an increase in real property tax assessments in Loudoun County have been predominantly driven by residential development. - 12/11/14

    UPDATE: LCHS lockdown lifted; reports of armed person was a false alarm

    Loudoun County High School was temporarily on lockdown this morning after reports of an armed student turned out to be a false alarm. - 12/10/14

    Va. Chamber working to strengthen competitiveness

    The Virginia Chamber of Commerce is partnering with state agencies and others to strengthen the state's economic competitiveness. - 12/09/14

    Virginia hosting business plan competition

    Virginia is hosting a competition to create a business plan in areas of agriculture, bio-life sciences, cybersecurity, energy and social entrepreneurism. - 12/08/14

    Regal opens cinemas at Dulles Town Center

    On Dec. 11, the Regal Dulles Town Center 10 cinemas will have its grand opening centered around a feature presentation of the film “Exodus: Gods and Kings.” - 12/08/14

    Board to look anew at Va. abortion clinic rules

    The State Board of Health voted Thursday to begin revising Virginia's hotly debated abortion clinic regulations, giving new hope to abortion-rights advocates who argue that the current rules are driven by politics instead of science. - 12/07/14

    Rolling Stone casts doubt on U.Va. rape story

    Rolling Stone cast doubt Friday on its story of a young woman who said she was gang-raped at a fraternity party at the University of Virginia, saying it has since learned of "discrepancies" in her account. - 12/06/14

    Montana man uses Ashburn company to defraud his way to nearly $800,000

    Matthew Todd Carley defrauded his way to nearly $800,000 using an Ashburn-headquartered "airport-security" firm starting in 2009. - 12/05/14

    Va. alcohol board delays, alters price increases

    A move to raise prices for liquor in Virginia is being delayed due to an outdated provision in state law that addresses price markups. - 12/05/14

    Fairfax County OKs funding for rest of Silver Line

    Fairfax County officials have agreed to the terms for a $403 million federal loan for the second phase of Metro's Silver Line. - 12/05/14

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