About 25 years ago, Lovettsville resident Joy Suits began a hobby of floral arranging while working for a friend who owned a florist shop in Virginia Beach. That experience has since grown, blossoming into a full time florist business.
Visit Loudoun garnered one of the top tourism awards in the country during the U.S. Travel Association’s 2021 conference in Los Angeles, according to a Sept. 1 release.
On Thursday, the Loudoun Chamber of Commerce announced its 24 finalists for the 27th Annual Loudoun Small Business Awards prior to the awards ceremony which will be held on October 29 at The National Conference Center in Lansdowne.
L2S Engineering, LLC, a mechanical electrical and plumbing engineering design firm in Leesburg, was selected as one of 15 companies to join Apple’s Impact Accelerator program to support equity and opportunity in the environmental sector, according to a recent press release.
The Loudoun Chamber will begin requiring all attendees of in-person, indoor Chamber events, meetings or activities to provide proof they are fully vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus starting Sept. 7, according to an Aug. 31 release from Chamber.
Fans of Crumbl cookies now have another franchise location to visit in Loudoun County after the Ashburn Village Shopping Center location opened last week.
As local restaurants and the broader hospitality industry face an unprecedented shortage of staff, a number of business owners have had to pivot by either reducing hours of operation or in at least one case, shuttering completely.
Purcellville-based Catoctin Creek Distillery is in the midst of a $1 million equipment overhaul which will triple the distillery’s production capacity.
In August 2006, Lovettsville resident Debra Schaffer was diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer. She was in her late 40s, and her oncologist gave her just two years to live.
Less than a year after purchasing Village Lanes Bowling Center on Catoctin Circle in Leeburg, the owners of the newly renovated family entertainment center and restaurant — now called The Branch — have opened to the public.
About four years ago, Jack Larmer, a 2020 graduate of Freedom High School and the Academies of Loudoun, was introduced to the concept and culture of reselling high-end sneakers.
Most 17-year-olds see summer as a time to unwind between grueling semesters of school. Abhishek Krishnan and Dheemanth Munipalli, on the other hand, are spending the summer doing something unique: promoting their children’s book about economics.
Aggreko, a temporary power generation equipment company based in the United Kingdom, will establish its data center division’s North American headquarters in Loudoun County, according to an announcement from the Loudoun County Department of Economic Development.
In the wake of the resignations of three Black members, the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce has hired a local diversity and inclusion consulting firm to review several aspects of the chamber’s operations.
Lovingly maintained and brimming with quaint mid-century simplicity, this three-bedroom Sterling rambler is an ultra-cozy abode ideal for the growing family. It’s currently listed at $480,000.
When the coronavirus pandemic began in March 2020, Jessica Harden was working as a school security officer at Loudoun County High School. With her job on hold while schools were out of session, she began pondering how to spend her free time.
It’s not every day a historic business shows up on the housing market. Formerly the W.E. Nichols General Store, this five-bedroom abode in the village of Lincoln is ready for some lucky Loudouner to call it home. It is currently listed at $785,000.
Loudoun County's first Silver Diner location opened Wednesday in Commonwealth Center at the corner of Russell Branch Parkway and Loudoun County Parkway in Ashburn.
With two new bagel establishments opening, Loudoun residents have clearly been in need of some good bagels — and King Street in downtown Leesburg is now the place to find them.
Two years ago, John and Bonnie Branding headed out onto their farm to forage for a specific ingredient for the brewery they had recently opened. For this particular ingredient, however, the pair didn’t require the use of a tractor or any of the tools typical of farming.
Lured by the “charming, historic town of Middleburg,” nationally-known antiques dealer Taylor Thistlethwaite recently opened Thistlethwaite Americana on West Washington Street.
As millions of cicadas emerged in Loudoun County last week, Chef Tobias Padovano at Cocina on Market in Leesburg began foraging for the insects and serving them in tacos.
Tarara Winery announced Thursday it plans to close its winery and tasting room operations and will instead take part in a research partnership looking at the effect of applying an algae-based product to the soil at their vineyard. The vineyard’s grapes will be sent to Baltimore to produce wi…