Supervisors approve Loudoun sheriff-directed towing regulations

Towing directed by the Loudoun County Sheriffs Office will be more heavily regulated following a unanimous vote at June 3’s Board of Supervisor’s business meeting.

Farm-to-Fork brings together Loudoun—both east and west

Four years ago, Leesburg resident Miriam Nasuti launched Farm-to-Fork Loudoun. Her idea was simple: develop equally beneficial connections between the county’s farming community and its burgeoning, diverse culinary scene.

As Loudoun growth slows, philanthropic groups look for solutions

Loudoun’s needs are increasing, and the resources to meet those needs might not be keeping up.

Loudoun Small Business Week begins

Future of food, tap takeover, spring farm tour and entrepreneurship headline a full slate of Small Business Week events.

Loudoun team chases foreign investment in Asia

Links to Loudoun County informational packets in Korean and Chinese popped up on the county’s Economic Development website recently. Promotional videos touting Loudoun as an international business destination have been dubbed in Korean and Chinese on t…

Farm-to-Fork Loudoun crowdfunding to spread the word

Farm-to-Fork Loudoun will use crowdfunding to support the marketing of its 11-day locavore event.

Foodies rejoice part 2: More restaurant options in Loudoun

An addendum to the Times-Mirror’s previous new restaurant breakdown.

Old Ox Brewery calls ‘Red Bulls$%&’

“You seem pretty cool. You sponsor snowboarders, adventure racers, rock climbers and motocross bikers. You launch people into space so that they can skydive back down to earth … Here’s the thing, though. You are being extremely uncool to us at Old Ox Brewery.”

Loudoun supervisors pass ordinance allowing farm breweries

Last night the Board of Supervisors approved an amendment to allow farm breweries on land zoned for agricultural use, where something is grown on the farm that goes into the beer.

Business incentives: Loudoun’s retention and recruitment tool

Last week the Board of Supervisors agreed to pay K2M Group Holdings Inc. $340,000 in cash, and waive $110,000 in fees, as part of a package to keep the medical devices firm in the county. Successful companies such as K2M capitalize on competition for t…