• JK Moving Opens New Facility in Sterling

    JK Moving Opens New Facility in Sterling

    From left to right: Chamber of Commerce Membership Director Grafton deButts, American Moving and Storage Association CEO Scott Michael, Loudoun County Supervisor Suzanne Volpe (R-Algonkian), JK Moving Services CEO Chuck Kuhn, Department of Economic Development Director Buddy Rizer, Sheriff Mike Chapman, and Commissioner of the Revenue Bob Wertz. One of Nation’s Largest Independent Movers Expands

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  • Trump on Trade: Something Completely Different?

    Trump on Trade: Something Completely Different?

    By John H. Hilton The carrot and stick approach works well in parenting, but does it translate when it comes to the trading policies of the world’s superpower? From what has been observable of President-elect Trump’s stance on international trade and the U.S. economy, one can deduce that he believes it does translate.  The President-elect

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  • Loudoun Chamber Foundation Awards $10,000 to Local Nonprofits

    Loudoun Chamber Foundation Awards $10,000 to Local Nonprofits

    The Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce announced that its foundation has selected five local nonprofit organizations serving Loudoun County to receive financial grants to support their work. The Loudoun Chamber Foundation has awarded $2,000 grants to Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Arlington, Crossroads Jobs, Friends of Loudoun Mental Health, Mason Enterprise Center Loudoun and

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  • “Bombshell” Report Dropped on Loudoun’s Housing Advisory Board

    “Bombshell” Report Dropped on Loudoun’s Housing Advisory Board

    The Loudoun County’s Housing Advisory Board (HAB) spent the entirety of its Jan. 11 meeting trying to understand a housing needs assessment that points to a potentially massive shortfall in the county’s future housing supply. The existence of the report was revealed by The Tribune on Jan. 3. Originally scheduled to be forwarded to the Board of

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  • Loudoun Chamber Announces 2017 State Policy Priorities

    Loudoun Chamber Announces 2017 State Policy Priorities

    The Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce has released its 2017 Public Policy Agenda ahead of the next session of the Virginia General Assembly that begins Jan. 11 in Richmond. “The Public Policy Agenda is the product of intensive dialogue involving the chamber’s leadership team, key outside stakeholders and our rank-and-file membership,” said Chamber Government Affairs Manager Brian Fauls

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  • Should You Sell Your House This Year?

    Should You Sell Your House This Year?

    By John H. Hilton The Federal Reserve raised the federal funds rate last month by 0.25 percent, and there is chatter out there that another small hike may be imminent. For those who watch the Northern Virginia real estate market with an almost daily intensity, blood pressure medicine could be in your future.  Or perhaps,

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