When Leesburg resident Rebekah Murray, 32, discovered her grandfather was a fashion designer in the fur industry in Manhattan, everything about the inherent passions in her life began to make sense.
The Capital Burger, which crafts “luxe burgers” and offers spiked shakes along with a well-rounded wine list, will open in the Hyatt Regency at Reston Town Center Jan. 27.
Capital Caring, the greater D.C. area's largest nonprofit provider of care for hospice, advanced illness and at-home services, has adopted the new name Capital Caring Health, according to company officials.
As Leesburg grows, town government must balance the limits of current infrastructure with the opportunity to gain revenue.
Couples preparing for their special day will be able to meet with nearly 100 wedding-related businesses at the Love Loudoun Wedding Showcase, a new event that will take place March 15 from noon to 5 p.m. at West Belmont Place at The National Conference Center in Leesburg.
Eight Loudoun nonprofit organizations have been selected to receive a $4,000 grant from the Loudoun Chamber Foundation, the charitable arm of the Loudoun Chamber of Commerce, according to a Monday announcement.
Wall Street closed the books Tuesday on a blockbuster 2019 for stock investors, with the broader market delivering its best returns in six years.
With the recent passage of two government funding bills, U.S. lawmakers from Virginia are highlighting $7 million for the Federal Aviation Administration for its remote tower systems pilot program.
The growth of the data center community has increased to bring thousands of jobs and tax revenue to Loudoun County, and now plans are being made to rebrand the data center corridor.