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Pete Durand with the 1980s Neve console in his recording studio, M80. Times-Mirror/Alex Erkiletian

It’s a hit: Purcellville music studio attracts recording artists from far and wide

Tucked away in a quiet corner of Purcellville, recording studio M80 isn't where you would expect to find a world-class space with top-tier equipment. But appearances can be deceptive. The secluded location is, according to studio owner Pete Durand, one of its main draws.

Ashburn man claims more than $2 million in lottery win

Srinivas Kalla was taking his child to dance lessons when he decided to buy some lottery tickets.

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Loudoun supervisors award $4.7M contract to one of sheriff’s highest campaign contributors

Loudoun supervisors awarded a $4.7-million, two-year contract Thursday night to one of Sheriff Mike Chapman’s (R) highest campaign contributors for inmate medical and psychiatry services at the county jail.

An aerial view of the AT&T site on Short Hill Mountain. Times-Mirror/Sydney Kashiwagi

The secret at Short Hill: One year later

A year ago, the western Loudoun community demanded the county deny a commission permit that would have allowed AT&T -- the world’s largest telecom company -- to build a 3.5-acre facility on the top of Short Hill Mountain.

Loudoun supervisors poised to approve $4.7M contract for one of sheriff’s political contributors

“I feel that our bidding process, the way we do procurement, is completely wrong and needs to be fixed,” Supervisor Saines said.

One of the pieces of the more than 600 acres of the Traveller’s Rest property in the foreclosure process.

Banbury Cross co-owner, partner file for bankruptcy amid foreclose of 600 acres in Middleburg

Traveller’s Rest, LLC, a company jointly owned by Banbury Cross Polo Field co-owner Nelson Gunnell and Alfred Rogers Smithwick, has filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in the Eastern District of Virginia.

Loudoun supervisors considering 62 percent pay hike for next board

Come 2020, members of the next Board of Supervisors and the Loudoun Planning Commission could be getting hefty raises.

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Primary post-game: Democrats tap Northam for governor; Gillespie ekes out a win over Stewart

Virginia Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam (D) won the Democratic gubernatorial primary over former Congressman Tom Perriello Tuesday, and Republican front-runner Ed Gillespie eked out a victory over challenger Corey Stewart.

One of the pieces of the more than 600 acres of the Traveller’s Rest property in the foreclosure process.

Foreclosure process initiated on more than 600 acres of Banbury Cross Polo Field co-owner’s land

More than 600-acres of a property in Middleburg jointly owned by Nelson Gunnell, the co-owner of Banbury Cross Polo Field, is in the process of being foreclosed.

GOP gubernatorial candidate Ed Gillespie stumps in Sterling a day before Tuesday’s primaries. Times-Mirror/Sydney Kashiwagi

Gillespie stumps in Sterling in lead-up to primary

As Virginians gear up to nominate the major party candidates for governor, lieutenant governor and General Assembly seats tomorrow, Republican gubernatorial hopeful Ed Gillespie stumped in Sterling Monday to make a final plea to local voters.

A guide to Tuesday’s primaries in Loudoun County

Voters across Virginia will head to the polls Tuesday to nominate the major party candidates for governor, lieutenant governor and General Assembly seats in the closely watched off-year election.

WATCH: The Senate Intelligence hearing with James Comey

Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.), the ranking Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee investigating Russia's meddling in the 2016 election and possible collusion by the Trump administration, provided opening remarks at today's highly publicized hearing with former FBI Director James Comey.

Sterling resident Edward Myers strolls through courthouse grounds before his latest protest at the court. Times-Mirror/Alex Erkiletian

Sterling man holding courthouse protests until Loudoun judges withdraw religious language in oaths

Nearly a decade ago, Edward Myers of Sterling made headlines when he opposed students in Virginia reciting the Pledge of Allegiance in public schools.

Tony Quintana with daughters Victoria and Virginia, Tony’s sister, Star, and his mom, Estrella. Courtesy Photo

Lovettsville father reunites with daughters after seven-year custody battle

After seven years and seven figures worth of expenses, a Lovettsville man has reunited with his two daughters.

Preakness Party raises $75K for Loudoun Therapeutic Riding

“You can hide from people. You can hide even from yourself sometimes. But you cannot hide from the beautiful mind of a horse.”
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