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Luckstone Helps Loudoun Volunteer Caregivers Support the Elderly

Luck Stone, a Loudoun family-owned business since 1993, believes in supporting the communities they are located in, and in April, they put their money...

Middleburg hail storm aftermath

This will give you a good ideas of what the hail did to the trees as well as the cars below.

Dr. Jennifer Riley, DVM Chosen to Lead Veterinary Services at the...

The Blue Ridge Wildlife Center announced today that it has hired veterinarian, Jennifer Riley, DVM as the director of veterinary services and a full-time...

Ken Rietz releases his autobiography

Ken Rietz, a Fauquier County resident, has written his autobiography, Winning Campaigns, Losing Sight, Gaining Insight. In the book, Ken offers a glimpse into...

May Middleburg Business and Professional Association Biz Buzz ( Video)

The May Middleburg Business and Professional Association Biz Buzz mixer was hosted by Middleburg Academy and  Backstreet Catering.  The meeting agenda is as follows. Meeting...

More Than Just A Cow: A Tribute to Snickerdoodle

Old Mill E Snickerdoodle (1998-2017), the great champion Brown Swiss Cow, passed away quietly on October 3 in her retirement field in Manatee County,...

Saving Little Dogs

Ever wonder what life would be like without a pet?  So many people spend their entire lives with a beloved pet and then find...

FREE PARKING – Middleburg Town Council Report

Punkin Lee, President of the Middleburg Business & Professional Association appeared before Town Council at its regular monthly meeting on May 12 to plead...

Back From the Front Lines of the Poaching Wars

We are losing the battle to save the African rhino.  Down from a wild population of 70,000 in 1970, their numbers had stabilized at...

New Future for Aliloo

Aliloo is growing, not closing, thanks to Arash Aliloo and his passion for fine art in the form of handcrafted rugs. A year or...