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    Ben Hancock

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    World of Beer heading to One Loudoun

    It was confirmed on Oct. 22 via One Loudoun's Twitter account that World of Beer, one of the largest beer-on-tap purveyors in the country, will be heading to the development in 2015. - 10/22/14

    Study: residential development in Loudoun not as costly as thought, board still not swayed

    A study conducted by Robert Charles Lesser and company – the same company Loudoun tasked with deciding the fiscal impact of the Silver Line – says residential building in Loudoun County might not be as costly as originally thought. - 10/22/14

    VIP countersues One Loudoun

    The prospects for a professional sports stadium at One Loudoun in Ashburn grew murkier this week as the company planning the stadium filed a counter claim against the developers of One Loudoun. - 10/22/14

    Ben Bradlee, ex-Washington Post editor, dies at 93

    Ben Bradlee, the executive editor at the Washington Post for 26 years, died Oct. 21. - 10/22/14

    Loudoun Board of Supervisors consider raises for next term

    A pay raise could be coming for Loudoun supervisors in 2016. - 10/21/14

    Loudoun to host eight World Police and Fire Games events

    Next year more than 10,000 athletes, friends and families will descend on Northern Virginia for the World Police and Fire Games hosted by Fairfax County. - 10/20/14

    A timeline of the Washington 2024 Olympic bid

    Should Washington win the USOC's approval as the American bid city in 2015, Loudoun would then be expected to engage more heavily in logistical discussions. - 10/20/14

    Alcohol price hike irks Virginia consumers, restaurants

    A move to raise the cost of liquor at Virginia's beverage control stores is distilling sour spirits from restaurants and bars, as well as consumers. - 10/18/14

    Dulles Landing slated for 2015

    Dulles Landing, the future retail and commercial outlet at the corner of Route 50 and Loudoun County Parkway, which was originally slated to be built in 2013, is delayed until sometime in 2015. - 10/14/14

    Loudoun home sales dip in third quarter as prices surge

    Loudoun sold 208 fewer homes in the third quarter of 2014 than in the same timeframe in 2013, while prices saw a 3.6 percent bump. - 10/23/14

    Key dates in case of missing UVa. student

    The man charged with abducting missing University of Virginia student Hannah Graham has been linked to the disappearance and death of a Virginia Tech student and three sexual assault allegations. Jesse Leroy Matthew Jr., 32, has only been charged in the Graham case. - 10/20/14

    Governor brings renewed clean energy focus

    Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) brought a new focus to renewable energy in Virginia Tuesday as he presented the state’s 2014 energy plan to a group of business leaders and conservation groups. - 10/20/14

    Colonial Downs closes in New Kent

    In a move that's caused ripples throughout the entire Commonwealth horse industry, officials at Colonial Downs say they'll shutter the New Kent County facility Nov. 1. - 10/17/14

    Ebola Survey

    Ebola Survey - 10/16/14

    Decision on Wawa pushed back to November

    A decision on whether or not to allow a special exception to put in Loudoun's first Wawa, a popular Pennsylvania-based service station operator, has been delayed at least a month. - 10/16/14

    New company hopes to deliver Internet to underserved areas of western Loudoun

    All Points Broadband, a wireless service provider which recently absorbed Road Star Internet, hopes to bring internet to Western Loudoun by focusing on delivering Internet to unserved or underserved areas. - 10/16/14

    Supervisors discuss Tuscarora Crossing in Leesburg

    The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors will face an interesting dichotomy as it makes its decision about whether to approve Tuscarora Crossing, a planned rezoning of industrial land to a planned mixed use center. - 10/13/14

    McAuliffe says married gay couples can adopt

    Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe is sending notice to local social services divisions that married gay couples can now adopt children. - 10/13/14

    Gas prices decline in Virginia

    Motorists in Virginia are paying on average 6 cents less for a gallon of gasoline than they were a year ago. - 10/09/14

    Chamber names 35 finalists for small business awards

    The Loudoun County Chamber has announced the names of the 35 finalists selected to compete in seven industry categories, plus the Entrepreneur and the overall Small Business of the Year honors. - 10/09/14

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