Three Loudoun-based companies receive Virginia Chamber ‘Fantastic 50’ award

Three Loudoun-based companies were recognized as the state’s fastest-growing companies by the Virginia Chamber of Commerce at the organization’s Virginia’s Fantastic 50 Awards Banquet Thursday.

Prime 280-acre International City site put up for sale

A 280-acre piece of land fronting the Dulles Greenway is up for sale at the site of the once planned mixed-use district site known as International City.

Airport workers stage strike at Dulles

Contract workers at Dulles Airport are taking part in a 24-hour strike as part of a dispute with their employer, the Huntleigh Corporation.

Loudoun stakeholders and citizens show signs of discontent with Comprehensive Plan process

For the past year, Loudoun County has embarked on million dollar effort to reconstruct its key policy document — the comprehensive plan — a roadmap used in guiding the county through critical land use and development decisions.

Orbital ATK spacecraft docks at International Space Station

A spacecraft manufactured by Dulles-based Orbital ATK successfully docked at NASA’S International Space Station Saturday.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren endorses Perriello in Virginia

Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts has endorsed Tom Perriello in the Virginia governor’s race.

Sterling man arrested after brandishing gun during road rage incident

A Sterling man has been arrested and charged with brandishing a firearm following a road rage incident in Ashburn Tuesday, according to Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office reports.

Leesburg Town Council creates steering committee to examine economic development

Downtown Leesburg will be reexamining its future with a steering committee to review the economic development portion of the comprehensive plan.

Jacob Little: Fidget spinner king of Purcellville

When Jacob Little, a 7th grader at Blue Ridge Middle School in Purcellville, saw his friends playing with fidget spinners at school, he went to his dad to see if he could make one himself.

Purcellville town manager announces his retirement

Purcellville Mayor Kwasi Fraser proposed the motion that Lohr would retire from his post before a crowded council chambers, with Town Council members voting unanimously in agreement.