Like many families around Loudoun County, when the coronavirus pandemic began, life slowed down dramatically for Jenny and Scott Bilstad and their two young children, Harper and Greta.
A comedian who's taken his talents to the Web for a lack of a live audience; a wine connoisseur whose new Leesburg bar honors the subversive and the creative; and an indie rock group making their way toward the big-time. All this, and more, on this episode of The Go LoCo Podcast!
Master Sommelier and Culinary Institute of America graduate Jarad Slipp is bringing his pizza-producing skills and a selection of niche wines to Middleburg with a new restaurant set to open this week.
From July 31 until Oct. 24, the Town of Leesburg will close South King Street from Market to Loudoun streets on Friday and Saturday evenings to give some downtown restaurants the option to expand capacity via outdoor seating.
After closing its downtown Leesburg tourism office for renovations in early March, Visit Loudoun officially reopened its doors to the public on Tuesday.
The Waterford Foundation Board of Directors has announced the 76th Annual Waterford Fair will be held virtually this year, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
After being closed since March due to COVID-19, the Forbes Five-Star Salamander Resort and Spa in Middleburg reopened for business on June 18.
When Ashburn's Jason Bursey launched Parallel Wine Bistro in Broadlands Center Plaza in May 2010, his goal was to create a space where patrons could share in his passion for wine while enjoying unique, chef-driven plates.
Committing to the best health and safety practices, more than 350 local businesses and people have taken the “Loudoun Is Ready” pledge after local leaders launched the campaign last week.
After one year as a destination for wedding and events, the recently renovated White's Ferry Manor in Leesburg has opened an outdoor patio and restaurant for all to enjoy.
Several years ago, Brian Sullivan of Sterling and Paul Wilkerson of Leesburg became friends through a local “mead-up” group at Kettles and Grains in Leesburg.
Friday is a big day for businesses around Loudoun County, most of which will be able to reopen in some capacity after Gov. Ralph Northam (D) announced Tuesday that he will lift restrictions that have been in place since March 24.
A team of Loudoun County business and marketing entrepreneurs have launched LoudounGo, a new website for ordering local produce, meat and other items typically sold at farmers' markets.
While “date nights” with a spouse or significant other have changed over the past six weeks during the COVID-19 pandemic, couples around Loudoun County are managing to find fun activities and ways to spend time together.
In celebration of National Nurses Day on May 6, Squisito Pizza and Pasta in the Ashburn Village Shopping Center is offering free entrees to nurses all day on Wednesday.
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam (D) has provided another opportunity for customers to support their favorite restaurants during the COVID-19 pandemic by allowing establishments with a mixed beverages license to sell drinks through takeout or delivery.
Monica Pindell was set to open her new dessert house and gift shop, Mocatinas, on April 3—to coincide with Leesburg’s First Friday.
Episode 1 of The Go LoCo Podcast is out! In the inaugural episode you can learn more about local artist Tonia Priolo, hear about headlining events for the next couple weeks, learn more about Loudoun County's award-winning wine from 868 Estate Vineyards' hospitality extraordinaire Nancy Delis…
More than 2,000 visitors experienced the "best of western Loudoun" at the 10th annual Loudoun Grown Expo Feb. 29, held at Bush Tabernacle in Purcellville.