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    Gov. McAuliffe announces first commercial hops facility in mid-Atlantic in Loudoun

    The facility will be the largest in Virginia. - 11/21/14

    NASA awards potential $186 million balloon operations contract to Orbital Sciences

    In an encouraging sign for Orbital Sciences, NASA has inked a deal with the Dulles-based firm, which could be worth more than $186 million, to operate and monitor balloon facilities in Texas, New Mexico, Maryland and Virginia from Feb. 1, 2015 to Sept. 30, 2016. - 11/18/14

    Loudoun Economic Development Committee mulls sponsorship of World Police and Fire Games

    A motion moving that the Economic Development Committee recommend the Board of Supervisors direct staff to negotiate a sponsorship deal with the World Police and Fire Games for $35,000 passed 3-0 last night. - 11/18/14

    St. John Properties buys three office buildings in Sterling

    St. John Properties, a Baltimore-based company recently bought a portfolio of three office/flex buildings in Sterling totaling about 125,000 square feet, with plans to add nearly 300,000 square feet of speculative office space in the future. - 11/18/14

    Study: Loudoun craft beer drinkers are mostly male, highly educated

    A majority of the respondents were well-educated professionals in the IT, education, and healthcare fields, mostly male, and averaged 39.5 years old. - 11/15/14

    VDOT to lift lane closures through the holiday

    The Virginia Department of Transportation is lifting lane closures during the Thanksgiving holiday period. - 11/22/14

    U.Va. asks police to investigate report of frat-house rape

    The University of Virginia's president says she has asked Charlottesville police to investigate allegations that a female student was raped by several men at a fraternity house. - 11/21/14

    Loudoun Department of Economic Development looking to stretch its legs

    Loudoun's Department of Economic Development has outgrown its current facilities in the Government Center at 1 Harrison St. in downtown Leesburg. So the board in July directed members of county staff to look into potential options to alleviate space concerns. - 11/20/14

    “Factory Man” to speak at Belfort

    Belfort Furniture is sponsoring a talk and discussion with John D. Basset III, the subject of the New York Times best-seller “Factory Man, at 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 11 at Belfort. - 11/20/14

    Wine Tourism Conference heading to Lansdowne

    For the first time on the East Coast, the Wine Tourism Conference is coming to Lansdowne Resort on Nov. 18-20, 2015. - 11/20/14

    Feds, Fairfax look into northern Virginia suicides

    Federal and local health officials are investigating potential suicide clusters in Fairfax County following the deaths of three teenage girls since September. - 11/20/14

    Housing inventory and sales grow, but ‘still not a buyer’s market’

    In Loudoun the move from less than three months of housing inventory to more than five months, paired with more closed sales has balanced the market for homebuyers. - 11/18/14

    Cost of booze rising in Virginia starting Dec. 8

    Virginians will pay at least 24 cents more on average for a bottle of booze starting Dec. 8 as a result of action taken Monday by the three-member board that oversees the state liquor monopoly. - 11/18/14

    Thrive Senior Living files site plans for facility at One Loudoun

    One Loudoun hopes to add yet another amenity to its growing list as Thrive Senior Living has submitted site plans for a campus behind the Alamo Drafthouse in One Loudoun. - 11/18/14

    Loudoun SBDC Networking seminar set for Nov. 18

    The Loudoun SBDC will hold a seminar titled “The Power of Networking” from 6 to 9 p.m. Nov. 18 at The George Washington University Virginia Science and Technology Campus, 20101 Academic Way, Ashburn. - 11/15/14

    Pittsburgh Rick’s opens in Leesburg

    A new restaurant called Pittsburgh Rick’s is now open at 116 E. Market St. in Leesburg. Pittsburgh Rick’s is owned by Rick Allison, who used to own The Dock in Lansdowne, and has Pittsburgh-style sandwiches on its menu. - 11/15/14

    Smokehouse Live to bring music and barbecue to Village at Leesburg

    Smokehouse Live, a country-western themed barbecue restaurant and live event space, plans to open in May in the storefront once occupied by Hamilton Furniture, as well as unleased space on the corner of Village Market Boulevard and Tupper Way. - 11/14/14

    MWAA makes moves to protect Dulles Airport, build at Reagan

    In a new lease and use agreement between the airlines operating at Dulles International and Reagan National airports, which will go into effect Jan. 1, 2015, operators at both airports will be able to shift as much as $300 million from Reagan’s operating budget over to Dulles over the next 10 years. - 11/13/14

    ‘State of Healthcare Reform’ breakfast Nov. 14

    The Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce will host a “State of Healthcare Reform” breakfast from 8 to 10 a.m. Nov. 14 at Belmont Country Club, 43750 Tournament Parkway, Ashburn. - 11/13/14

    Loudoun Chamber small business winners follow passions to success

    Shawn Mitchell and Susan McCormick have won the last two Entrepreneur of the Year awards from the Loudoun Chamber of Commerce, the group's highest individual distinction. - 11/12/14

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