Known over the years as a “hidden gem” for foodies – especially considering it's housed alongside a gas station – Leesburg's Thai Pan is celebrating 15 years in historic downtown.
When Leesburg resident David Mercado decided to open Art Sweet Art in historic Leesburg on Loudoun Street in 2018, he did so with the goal of promoting local artisans and providing them with a space to show and sell their work.
When Jason Chubbuck was a student at Western Carolina University, located in a rural town in North Carolina, he observed several driving fatalities as students left campus to find late-night food after parties.
Loudoun County's 150-acre community farm designed to provide hunger relief for those in need will be the beneficiary of a barn dance fundraiser hosted at Sylvanside Farm in Purcellville on Oct. 20.
A team of chefs who will be competing at the International Culinary Olympics competition held a rehearsal at the new Rosendale Culinary Lab in Leesburg last week.
With the opening of the 15th Manhattan Pizza in the Catoctin Corner Shopping Center in Purcellville, owner Jack Azar sat down with the Loudoun Times-Mirror to talk about his dream to open a restaurant in the western Loudoun town and his plans for the future. Manhattan Pizza at 1211 Wolf Rock…
The Sterling Foundation will present its annual community festival, SterlingFest, on Oct. 12 at the Sterling Community Center.
Dulles-based Solace Brewing Company has partnered with Lost Dog Café in Arlington to produce Rescue Ale, a limited-edition India Pale Ale that will support the Lost Dog & Cat Rescue Foundation, or LDCRF.
A decade ago, when Aldie resident Sarah Lee first read about the national nonprofit organization Cookies for Kids Cancer, she was amazed to learn about the lack of funding for pediatric cancer research. She and her daughters decided to hold a fundraiser to see how much they could raise to co…
More than two years after Sugar Shack Donuts & Coffee made plans to open in Leesburg, Loudoun County residents are finally able to check out the newest location Thursday in Lansdowne Town Center.
Fifty years ago, community members in the village of Bluemont started an annual fall tradition in Loudoun County. The popular event continues this year with the milestone Bluemont Fair slated for Sept. 21-22 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.