LoCo News Wrap-up for March 1st

    LoCo News
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    Here are this week’s news, notes, and nuggets:

    • Here come the Feds?: In an effort to attract the FBI’s new headquarters, the Loudoun County Department of Economic Development submitted a proposal with 8 different sites. This would be a coup for the county, and a boost for the real estate market as 1100 employees may need to find a new home.
    • Gum Spring Library opens: Not much fanfare, but by the pictures this new library in Stone Ridge looks like a place I could read a book.
    • Viking athletes headed to College: Five Loudoun Valley Seniors were honored Wednesday as they move to the next level. Three will play women’s soccer, one men’s soccer, and one men’s volleyball. Good luck!
    • VHSL State BBall Championships this weekend: In the boys division, Loudoun Valley and Potomac Falls play tomorrow in separate divisions, both having a shot at a title. For the girls, Woodgrove and Loudoun County are in the same division so only one can come home a champ.

    It’s March, spring is around the corner. Have a great weekend!


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