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The Mellon estate in Upperville features several structures, including “Brick House,” which was designed by William Adams Delano. State Sen. Jill Vogel and her husband Alex recently purchased “Brick House” and 283 acres of the 2,000-acre farm for $7.25 million. Courtesy Photo/Washington Fine Properties

Sen. Jill Vogel and husband purchase a portion of the Mellon estate for $7 million

Jill, a state senator from Upperville, and Alex, founder of the VogelHood political-finance research firm, are now figuring out how to transform the property formerly owned by billionaire Rachel “Bunny” Mellon into a warm home for their eight-person family. More

Carfax expands its Northern Virginia footprint, will invest additional $15 million

Carfax is expanding its Northern Virginia footprint by investing $5 million to expand its Fairfax County headquarters and nearly $11 million to upgrade its data center in Loudoun County.

Nearly 100 Loudoun parents voice rezoning concerns

The school administration building’s boardroom was packed with hundreds of concerned parents and students on Monday night. Their message was clear: Rezoning school attendance disrupts stability in communities.

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Loudoun native Patton Oswalt posed for this epic pic at the local Alamo Drafthouse

Pictured is Oswalt and fans flashing heads on a stick of one of the film's stars.

Re-Love It in Purcellville has amassed more than 1,000 ugly sweaters for customers to choose from. Photo Courtesy/Re-Love It

Purcellville’s Re-Love It ready for national Ugly Sweater Day

The ugly Christmas sweater party is one of those trends most love to hate.

Courtesy/Virginia Press Association

Survey: Virginia officials often ignore public records law

Thirteen Virginia newspapers tested the state's Freedom of Information Act to find out whether officials are actually disclosing documents they're supposed to by law.

Report: Arrests for marijuana on the rise in Virginia

Virginia has seen a sharp rise in the number of arrests for marijuana possession over the last decade, particularly among black residents, a new report says.

Loudoun Ballet dancers practice for this year’s “The Nutracker.” The search for venues to rehearse and perform in has been a struggle for the company.Times-Mirror/Anna Harris

Oversight causes price increase for Loudoun Ballet school use

“I don’t think it was an oversight per-se. I think it was an honest thing that was missed on both sides." Loudoun Ballet's rent for school space jumped from roughly $3,500 to $18,000.

A delicate science: Engineer opens Ashburn waxing studio

The move from scientific researcher to franchise owner of a waxing studio wasn’t a giant leap for La Shaun Berrien.

Ashburn student taps her way to Germany

In the midst of the holiday, Stone Bridge High School junior Miranda Turnbull makes her way to Riesa, Germany, as one of a team of tap-dancers for the American Tap Company at the World Tap Championships Dec. 1-5.

Supermarket mecca: Grocery stores adapt to fit changing appetites

Grocery stores are getting a nod around this time with shoppers finishing up buying turkeys and stuffing for their Thanksgiving feasts, And shoppers in Loudoun have no shortage of options for where to satisfy their grocery list.
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