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  • 2016 Signatures of Loudoun Winners Announced

    2016 Signatures of Loudoun Winners Announced

    The Loudoun County Design Cabinet and the Loudoun County Department of Economic Development honored the winners of the 12th annual “Signatures of Loudoun” awards in a presentation to the Board of Supervisors on June 7. The Signatures of Loudoun Design Excellence Awards encourage and recognize high quality design projects throughout the county, soliciting public nominations

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  • Ground Broken for New Tech Academy

    Ground Broken for New Tech Academy

    Loudoun County is sponsoring a ground-breaking for the Academies of Loudoun at 1 p.m. Friday, June 17. The Loudoun County School Board approved plans for the facility in Feb. 2014. Once complete, the academies will provide a center for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education in traditional and non-traditional classroom settings. The facility will

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  • ‘Made in America’ Matters for Veteran-Operated Business

    ‘Made in America’ Matters for Veteran-Operated Business

    “Where’s your flag?” is the motto for veteran owned and operated Flags of Valor in Ashburn. Founded last year by retired special operations pilot Brian Steorts, 39, Flags of Valor specializes in creating handcrafted American flags on wood plank canvases. The idea came about after Steorts realized the opportunity for vets like him to honor

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  • Chamber Launches New Business Academy for Adolescents

    Chamber Launches New Business Academy for Adolescents

    Business growth in Loudoun comes in all shapes and sizes. Starting this fall the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce and Loudoun Economic Development Authority are launching an entrepreneurship and business training program that will connect local business owners and leaders with middle and high school aged students. The Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!) is a program

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  • Loudoun BOS Hears Metro Update

    Loudoun BOS Hears Metro Update

    Plenty of questions, concerns and suggestions made their way to the ears of Metro’s top official June 7 when he briefed the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors about the transit agency’s recent woes and upcoming SafeTrack program. Some supervisors suggested they had been misled along the way. In addition, several supervisors took the opportunity to

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