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Eight winners were announced out of 34 finalists during last week's 2012 Small Business Awards.
Two clinics celebrated grand openings Monday.
Business, The Neighborhood Files
Troop 913 focused on "It's Your Planet-Love It" during a visit to Jumping Jack Sports in Ashburn.
A ribbon cutting was held on Saturday, Sept. 22 and will showcase the work of local artists.
The local retailer will now offer gift cards to those who use their Coinstar kiosks.
A free family event was held at Ida Lee Park on Saturday to celebrate the local hospital's achievement.
The family event will take place at Ida Lee Park this Saturday from noon to 4 p.m.
Panelists discussed drawbacks to the rail project at a forum Thursday night.
Nine bed and breakfasts will be a part of the free self-guided tour, which will take place from 1 to 5 p.m.
An open house was held on Thursday, April 26, to officially welcome the new center to Loudoun County.
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