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Monthly Archives: December 2013

    Loudoun and Fairfax Rated Among Best Places to Live

    By Alex Bracke | December 29, 2013

    Several of Northern Virginia’s communities take top honors for best places to live in the nation in a recent report by CNN.  Now, for those of us that live here, this likely comes as no surprise!  There are a handful of reason that I think we’re second to none: Our schools are some of the... Read More

    New Year’s Resolutions for Your Home!

    By Casey Menish | December 27, 2013

    New Year’s Eve is just around the corner, and before you know it we’ll be in 2014.  Chances are you’ve already done the “lose weight/get fit” resolution, so why not try one to improve your home?  Melinda Fulmer from HGTV has five New Year’s Resolutions for the home that you may want to consider when... Read More

    Time To Put Back All The Holiday Decorations

    By Laura Griffin | December 26, 2013

    If you are like me your house tends to look like the Griswold’s at Christmas. The exterior of our house has 1000’s of feet of lights, characters, 100’s of feet of garland and wreaths galore. The inside looks no different more lights, more garland, tons of ornaments, and 2 trees.  The day after Christmas my... Read More

    Nationally Renowned Private School Coming to Loudoun

    By Alex Bracke | December 23, 2013

    A surprise announcement Dec. 19 has presented a new type of school that could be added to the Loudoun community in the coming years. The Catholic Diocese of Arlington announced Thursday it’s pursuing the relocation of one of its high schools, Paul VI Catholic, to South Riding in southeastern Loudoun County. LCPS would not be... Read More

    New Year’s Eve Options!

    By Nicole Bass | December 20, 2013

    New Year’s Eve can be a quiet evening in with the family or a rousing time out with friends or your sweetie!  However you choose to celebrate, we at The E4Realty Group hope you have a fun and safe New Year! The following are some excellent options in DC and Loudoun County and always remember to make it home... Read More

    Christmas Lights at the Zoo?

    By Casey Menish | December 19, 2013

    When most of us think of spending a day at the zoo, we usually associate that with the summer time.  But did you know that the National Zoo in Washington D.C has events and entertainment specifically for the holiday season? The biggest attraction is ZooLights which are from 5-9 PM every night, now through January... Read More

    Holiday Traditions to Start This Year

    By Alex Bracke | December 18, 2013

    Most families create annual traditions that turn into life-long memories – backyard Easter egg hunts, July Fourth beach picnics, festive birthday dinners. But the end-of-year holidays can be so rushed and hectic that we fail to generate the togetherness events our children will always remember. Marriage and family counselor Marianne Denton suggests six cozy and... Read More

    Loudoun remains wealthiest county in the country

    By Jennifer Malloy | December 18, 2013

    Loudoun County retains the title of “Wealthiest County in America,” according to median household income figures from the Census Bureau for 2012. The numbers are down from last year, but were still enough to beat out second place Los Alamos, N.M. by $9,000 per household. Because Virginia separates county census rankings from city rankings Falls... Read More

    Combine Giving Joy and Losing Weight This Holiday

    By Justin Chaney | December 16, 2013

    Burn off the extra calories from Christmas Dinner(cough cough, Christmas Month) and experience the joy and meaning of the Holiday season by jumping into the Ringing in Hope Charity Race in Brambleton. There are 5k, 10k and 1k Walk/run options. All Proceeds Support Charities that Support The Community   For more information and/or to register:   Read More

    Leesburg approves Crescent Place Development

    By Charles Dubissette | December 15, 2013

      After months of review and debate, the Leesburg Town Council voted unanimously Dec. 10 to green light development plans for the 12-acre Crescent Place project. The project, which is on Harrison Street west of Catoctin Street, will replace the spot where the Barber and Ross manufacturing complex currently sits. The proposal states that the development... Read More