• Local Olympian Breaks Ground on 100K Sq Ft International Training Center in Leesburg

    Local Olympian Breaks Ground on 100K Sq Ft International Training Center in Leesburg0

    Ground that was broken this morning by hockey sticks will soon be churned and moved by graders and backhoes. Construction officially and ceremoniously began Nov. 1 on the ION International Training Center just outside the town of Leesburg. The 100,000-square-foot facility will house two, NHL-size ice rinks, with seating for up to 5,500 people, as

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  • Loudoun Data Centers: Power, Cooling, Security

    Loudoun Data Centers: Power, Cooling, Security0

    During your daily commute, do you ever feel like 70 percent of the traffic on the entire East Coast flows through your neighborhood? It does. While there are thousands of Kias and Hondas – and even Teslas and Maseratis – on routes 7 and 28, that statistic was not given about vehicle traffic. That number

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  • Falcon’s Expansion Brings Jobs and Education To Loudoun

    Falcon’s Expansion Brings Jobs and Education To Loudoun0

    The latest expansion of Loudoun County-based Falcon Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc., was highlighted today during a groundbreaking ceremony of Falcon’s new 20,000 sq. ft. Dulles headquarters and training facility. From humble beginnings in 1988, Bruce Rahmani and Alex Hosseinian started their HVAC service and repair business with very little money, one rented truck and

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  • Local Effort for National Disaster Victims

    Local Effort for National Disaster Victims0

    Hurricane Katrina caught the country by surprise in 2005 displacing hundreds of thousands of people and their pets.  Assessing the aftermath a profound finding came of one poll – 44% of people who chose not to evacuate during Katrina did so because they did not want to abandon their pets. While an estimated 15,000 pets were

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  • What Is Loudoun’s Monroe Tech?

    What Is Loudoun’s Monroe Tech?0

    Photo: Nicki Stuva as they set up to shoot the daily MTC-TV news broadcast. Hesham Siddiqui runs the teleprompter computer while Zach Goldman records. An eagle circles the air during the aptly named “pause for a moment of silence” that opens every MTC-TV “Mornings with Monroe” newscast. Anchorwoman Nicki Stuva leads the Pledge of Allegiance

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  • Congrats – It’s A Business: Incubators Help Loudoun Startups, Part 1 of 3

    Congrats – It’s A Business: Incubators Help Loudoun Startups, Part 1 of 30

    Any business needs to function the same as a living organism. To survive and thrive, a company must breathe in customers and ingest revenues, convert them into profits while expelling expenses, and reinvest the surplus energy generated to ensure continued growth and maturation. If successful, the firm can reproduce, either through expansion, diversification or franchising.

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