Willowsford farm stand
The developers of Willowsford, a few miles west of Dulles Airport, tout amenities common to new communities: parks, community centers and a future regional library.
. But the biggest draw might be the farmland woven into the fabric of the community
Willowsford operates a farm stand that sells food grown on site, conducts classes on cooking local seasonal produce, and offers farm-themed camps and educational experiences for children.
Washington Post, November 15, 2015
Dulles area residents want more roads to ease traffic and connect neighborhoods; biking and walking trails; access to government services; and options for shopping, entertainment and recreation — all while trees, streams and open space are protected.
Those were residents’ central messages in input gathered through Loudoun County’s Dulles Community Outreach Project.
many of which involved transportation improvements and community amenities. The final report, which the county’s planning staff presented to the Board of Supervisors Wednesday, included a list of 28 “consensus recommendations,”
Washington Post, September 20, 2015
in Aldie recently to conduct a workshop for Loudoun County band students. The Canadian Brass, widely acclaimed as one of the most popular brass ensembles in the world, visited John Champe High School
About 700 students from 10 middle and high schools attended the May 29 workshop, where the ensemble demonstrated diverse musical styles, including early Renaissance music and a Peruvian tango.
Washington Post, June 7, 2015
About 80 people packed a small meeting room at the Dulles South Multipurpose Center in South Riding on Jan. 22, as
Loudoun County launched a community outreach project intended to help shape development in the rapidly growing area west and south of Dulles Airport.
Washington Post, January 28, 2015
Deputy Roy Ortutay has been appointed to serve as the
first community resource deputy permanently assigned to the Dulles South Station area.
Washington Post, August 11, 2014
Since Capital Hospice began offering services to people with terminal illnesses in Loudoun County more than 35 years ago, it has focused on delivering end-of-life care and comfort to patients in their homes.
That will change next month, when the nonprofit company, now called Capital Caring,
fully opens the Adler Center for Caring on the Van Metre Campus in southeastern Loudoun.
Washington Post, June 29, 2014
Bonnie Sewell, of Stone Ridge, has coupled her life experiences and her background as a financial planner to
launch a new career as a divorce planner.
Washington Post, August 14, 2013
Rachel Harris, an 8-year-old South Riding girl, has started a nonprofit to help children’s whose parents don’t have enough money to get them the things they want.
Washington Post, March 4, 2013
The long-awaited Gum Spring Library, serving the Dulles South area, is set to open.
Washington Post, February 17, 2013
A South Riding resident is using
social media to help victims of a fire that destroyed their home.
Washington Post, February 9, 2013