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  • VHDA Awards Windy Hill Funding for Workforce Units at Kincora

    VHDA Awards Windy Hill Funding for Workforce Units at Kincora

    The Virginia Housing Development Authority has agreed to fund 96 workforce housing units for the Windy Hill Foundation as part of the Kincora development at the southwest corner of Route 28 and Route 7. The funding will help the foundation, along with Flatiron Partners, construct the Heronview Apartments complex estimated at around $15 million. An

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  • Granite Embezzlement Case Cracked

    The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office’s Financial Crimes Unit arrested two area suspects related to an embezzlement case opened in 2014. George C. Page, 44, of Centreville, and Mehmet Dagistan, 50, of Arlington, are both charged with participating in a scheme to falsify invoices for the sale of granite to unauthorized vendors out of the Sterling

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  • Shelter Strives for Higher Pet Adoption Rates

    Shelter Strives for Higher Pet Adoption Rates

    Everything down to the pet gate that takes the place of Nina Stively’s office door speaks to the mission to which employees at LCAS have fully dedicated themselves. Rescuing animals, taking in pets, and finding them a new home through adoption is a difficult undertaking. The shelter brings in more than 2,000 animals a year

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  • Kincora Announces Data Center Deal with CyrusOne

    Kincora Announces Data Center Deal with CyrusOne

    The 6.7 million-square-foot mixed-used project at the southwest corner of Route 28 and Route 7 known as Kincora has landed global data center provider CyrusOne. TRITEC Real Estate and Norton Scott LLC, the developers of Kincora, announced a deal with CyrusOne that’s expected to result in a $1 billion investment in the county. The 40-acre

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  • Virginia Has New Laws as of July 1

    Virginia Has New Laws as of July 1

    General Assembly Changes Touch On Driving, Hunting, Firearms, Agriculture and More Many Virginia drivers hit the road for the holiday weekend, but they might not have known that as of July 1 smoking in a car with passengers younger than 8 carries a civil penalty of up to $100. Drivers also must be more cautious

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  • Loudoun County Chamber to host “State of the Economy”

    Loudoun County Chamber to host “State of the Economy”

    Buddy Rizer, Executive Director of Loudoun County’s Department of Economic Development and Dr. Terry Clower, Director of George Mason University’s Center for Regional Analysis, will headline the Loudoun County Chamber’s 2016 “State of the Economy” forum at Belmont Country Club July 13. Rizer and Clower will be joined by Ms. Generra J. Peck, vice president

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  • Workforce Resource Center Hosts Career Fair

    Workforce Resource Center Hosts Career Fair

    The Loudoun Workforce Resource Center invites job seekers to come to the Hospitality & Food Service Career Fair scheduled from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Tuesday, July 12. The event will take place on the second floor of the Shenandoah Building, 102 Heritage Way NE, in Leesburg. Featured employers include: B.F. Saul Company, Blackfinn Ameripub,

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  • Local Printing Company Named New Franchise of the Year for 2015

    Local Printing Company Named New Franchise of the Year for 2015

    SpeedPro Imaging Northern Virginia, a local, family-owned wide format printing company, has been recognized as SpeedPro’s New Franchise of the Year for its inaugural year results, during the SpeedPro annual convention. SpeedPro NOVA creates premium, wide format, high-resolution digital indoor and outdoor graphics. Co-owners, Roman Blazauskas and Shawn Flaherty, of the northern Virginia franchise won

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  • LEA Gives Scholarships to Future Teachers

    LEA Gives Scholarships to Future Teachers

    The Loudoun Education Association (LEA) recently awarded $4,000 in scholarships to future Loudoun teachers, including: • Elyse Johnson, Stone Bridge • Zachary Hummel, Broad Run • Hannah McShea, Loudoun County • Victoria Webb, Briar Woods Each future teacher received a $1,000 scholarship that was announced during their school’s senior awards ceremony. LEA raised money for

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