Stories for September 2002

Stories for September 2002

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Monday, September 30

Andrew Chapel School Boundary Meetings Begin Oct. 9

FCPS Officials Propose GT Center for New Elementary

Andrew Chapel School Boundary Meetings Begin Oct. 9

Poole Honored at Cooper Middle School

Poole Honored at Cooper Middle School

McLean Designers Enliven Showhouse at Houghton Mansion

McLean Designers Enliven Showhouse at Houghton Mansion

Multicultural Festival in Reston Overrides Cultural Differences

Multicultural Festival in Reston Overrides Cultural Differences

Colors Raised at Great Falls Library

Colors Raised at Great Falls Library

Church Playground Teaches Sharing and Taking Turns

Church Playground Teaches Sharing and Taking Turns

Thursday, September 26

Town Focuses on Immigrants

Town Focuses on Immigrants

Wednesday, September 25

Canal's 200th Anniversary Showcases Great Falls

Link to George Washington Celebrated

Canal's 200th Anniversary Showcases Great Falls

Senior+ Program Helps Mature Adults Remain Independent

The Senior+ Program is designed to help seniors maintain their independence through a supportive program.

Senior+ Program Helps Mature Adults Remain Independent

Jon Lawlor Wins Hollywood Trip

Westfield junior spends three weeks in summer stock learning acting from the pros.

Jon Lawlor Wins Hollywood Trip

Education Notebook - 09/25/02

Education Notebook - 09/25/02

Environmental Groups Say ‘Vote No on Sales Tax’

Coalition of environmental, anti-development groups say they will wage campaign against tax referendum.

Environmental Groups Say ‘Vote No on Sales Tax’

People

People

People

People

Calendar

Calendar

Gary Flather is New SYA President

Gary Flather is New SYA President

News Briefs

News Briefs

Concerned Mothers of Youth Are Banding Together

Concerned Mothers of Youth Are Banding Together

Military

Military

Prime Spot for Business

How will a Wendy's and Midas Muffler Look?

Prime Spot for Business

Faith

Faith

Calendar

Calendar

Speeding Enforcement is Working in Clifton

Speeding Enforcement is Working in Clifton

People

People

Roundups

Roundups

DMV to Reform Licensing

Changes are essential for homeland security, according to O’Brien.

DMV to Reform Licensing

Woodson High School

Woodson High School

DMV to Reform Licensing

Changes are essential for homeland security, according to O’Brien.

DMV to Reform Licensing

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

MCC Web Site to Host Community Calendar

MCC Web Site to Host Community Calendar

DMV Reforms Could Harm Latinos, Advocates Say

Changes are essential for homeland security, according to O’Brien.

DMV Reforms Could Harm Latinos, Advocates Say

Cooper Gardens to Honor McLean 'Tree Hugger'

<sh>Site to be dedicated to Dick Poole, chairman of McLean Trees Committee

Cooper Gardens to Honor McLean 'Tree Hugger'

Faith

Faith

Military

Military

Clifton Honors its Students' Grandparents

Clifton Honors its Students' Grandparents

Military

Military

Crime

Crime

'Room Service' Opens at Alden

'Room Service' Opens at Alden

McLean Band Places Second in Showcase of Bands

McLean Band Places Second in Showcase of Bands

Crime

Crime

Protecting Basic Freedoms

People

Protecting Basic Freedoms

DMV to Reform Licensing

Changes are essential for homeland security, according to O’Brien.

DMV to Reform Licensing

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Assault Suspect Has Prior Record

Assault Suspect Has Prior Record

Faith

Faith

News Briefs

News Briefs

Woodson High School

Woodson High School

News Briefs

News Briefs

Faith

Faith

Faith

Faith

Laser Adventure Center Coming

Laser Adventure Center Coming

Crime

Crime

DMV Reforms Could Harm Latinos, Advocates Say

Changes are essential for homeland security, according to O’Brien.

DMV Reforms Could Harm Latinos, Advocates Say

Murder Trial Nears

More than a year later, the murder trial is scheduled to begin.

Murder Trial Nears

News Briefs

News Briefs

School Notes

School Notes

People

People

Military

Military

Calendar

Calendar

Centre Ridge Elementary Gets New Playground

Centre Ridge Elementary Gets New Playground

Crime

Crime

Calendar

Calendar

Woodson High School

Woodson High School

Where the Pros Go for Skin Care

International Dermal Institute offers classes on skin and body care

Where the Pros Go for Skin Care

Tuesday, September 24

Council Sets Public Hearings

New Development Office, Salary Increases on the Agendas

Council Sets Public Hearings

Hunting Towers Not Historic Enough to Warrant Designation

Hunting Towers Not Historic Enough to Warrant Designation

Roundup

Roundup

Warner Throws Down the Gauntlet on Tax Referendum

Warner Throws Down the Gauntlet on Tax Referendum

Shooting Leaves Two Dead

Man, woman dead, 2-year-old in critical condition.

Shooting Leaves Two Dead

Connector Votes Confusing

Connector Votes Confusing

Citizens View T.C. Option Plans

Citizens View T.C. Option Plans

DMV Reforms Could Harm Latinos, Advocates Say

Changes are essential for homeland security, according to O’Brien.

DMV Reforms Could Harm Latinos, Advocates Say

Old Town Gateway Gets a Facelift

Old Town Gateway Gets a Facelift

ARHA Announces Berg Vacation Completed

ARHA Announces Berg Vacation Completed

A Ride to Be Remembered for a Lifetime

A Ride to Be Remembered for a Lifetime

Office Space Vacancy Rate Drop — A Positive Economic Indicator

Office Space Vacancy Rate Drop — A Positive Economic Indicator

Polluting More Than Their Fair Share?

Commuters from outside the Washington region may bring more pollution with them.

Polluting More Than Their Fair Share?

Police Arrest Prostitution Suspects in Fullerton

Police Arrest Prostitution Suspects in Fullerton

Adding Entertainment Runs Into Red Tape

Adding Entertainment Runs Into Red Tape

Police Pursuit on Burke Centre Parkway

Police Pursuit on Burke Centre Parkway

Crime Reports

Crime Reports

Training Futures Launches Grads

Training Futures Launches Grads

High Tech Boost

Microsoft opens new windows in Reston.

High Tech Boost

Acts of Cowards

Opinion

Acts of Cowards

This Week in Potomac 9/25

This Week in Potomac 9/25

Reston Week

News in Brief

Reston Week

Take Down the Signs?

Opinion

Take Down the Signs?

Local Boy Surviving Every Day

Nine year old to participate in Saturday's Leukemia Walk in Reston.

Local Boy Surviving Every Day

Park Service Releases Stench Solutions

Park Service Releases Stench Solutions

Route 1 Funds One Step Closer To Reality

Route 1 Funds One Step Closer To Reality

Mothers’ Support Group Serves Many Purposes

Mount Vernon Life

Mothers’ Support Group Serves Many Purposes

Third Man Arrested in Homicide

Police Log

Third Man Arrested in Homicide

Referendum Issue is Topic Number One

Referendum Issue is Topic Number One

Agreement With Cox Includes Money Incentives

Agreement With Cox Includes Money Incentives

Fort Belvoir Housing Will Be Identified Soon

Fort Belvoir Housing Will Be Identified Soon

Senior Living

Senior Living

10 MPH Difference Draws Citizen Concerns

10 MPH Difference Draws Citizen Concerns

Loudoun Week

News Briefs

Loudoun Week

Births

Births

Births

Births

Health

Health

Business Notes

Business Notes

County Seeks Big Tenants

County Seeks Big Tenants

Herndon Boy Surviving Every Day

Nine year old to participate in Saturday's Leukemia Walk in Reston.

Herndon Boy Surviving Every Day

Crime Log

Crime Log

Rental Real Estate Market Slows

No single reason, demographer says

Rental Real Estate Market Slows

What Needs Fixing?

Animal Advisory Committee seeks solutions after August public meeting.

What Needs Fixing?

Births

Births

Births

Births

Alexandria Comes Alive in Homes Tour

Alexandria Comes Alive in Homes Tour

Real Estate

Real Estate

Death Linked to West Nile Virus

Death Linked to West Nile Virus

History Comes Alive in Homes Tour

History Comes Alive in Homes Tour

Loudoun Farmers Survive Dry Conditions

Drought brings early corn harvest and less-than-average yields.

Loudoun Farmers Survive Dry Conditions

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Death Linked to West Nile Virus

Death Linked to West Nile Virus

Opera Singer's Noteworthy Career

Opera Singer's Noteworthy Career

Delegate Returns Muslim-American's Contribution

Delegate Returns Muslim-American's Contribution

Schools

Schools

Environmental Groups Oppose Sales Tax

Environmental Groups Oppose Sales Tax

Crime Log

Crime Log

County Seeks Big Tenants

County Seeks Big Tenants

Coming Home to Stone Bridge

Coming Home to Stone Bridge

Poor Air Quality Threatens Health

Poor Air Quality Threatens Health

Delgaudio to Fight Traffic Light Cameras

Board of Supervisors requests study to measure benefits of traffic light cameras.

Delgaudio to Fight Traffic Light Cameras

Fall for Fairfax Fun for All

This year's county fair offers fun for all ages and plenty of food.

Fall for Fairfax Fun for All

Stray Pets

Stray Pets

Business Notes

Business Notes

Breakfast That Tastes Good and Is Good

Everyone agrees that children need a healthy breakfast to start off the day, but will they eat?

Breakfast That Tastes Good and Is Good

Cycles & Cats Featured in New Books

Cycles & Cats Featured in New Books

MetroStage Premieres Musical About 'Three Sistahs'

MetroStage Premieres Musical About 'Three Sistahs'

Mount Vernon Orchestra Preparing for New Season

Mount Vernon Orchestra Preparing for New Season

Training Futures Launches Grads

Training Futures Launches Grads

Herndon Week

News in Brief

Herndon Week

Calendar

Calendar

American Century Brings Old Story to New Gunston

ACT succeeds with ‘Uncle Tom.'

American Century Brings Old Story to New Gunston

Train Wreck Enlists Local Players

Train Wreck Enlists Local Players

Police Pursuit on Burke Centre Parkway

Police Pursuit on Burke Centre Parkway

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

People Notes

People Notes

Police Pursuit on Burke Centre Parkway

Police Pursuit on Burke Centre Parkway

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Classes

Classes

Around Town

Around Town

Around Town

Around Town

People Notes

People Notes

Clubs

Clubs

Library Events

Library Events

Local Players Help in Train Wreck

Local Players Help in Train Wreck

Classes

Classes

Training Futures Launches Grads

Training Futures Launches Grads

Cycles and Cats Featured in New Books

Cycles and Cats Featured in New Books

MetroStage Premieres New Musical About 'Three Sistahs'

MetroStage Premieres New Musical About 'Three Sistahs'

Around Town

Around Town

Cycles and Cats Featured in New Books

Cycles and Cats Featured in New Books

Mount Vernon Orchestra Preparing for New Season

Mount Vernon Orchestra Preparing for New Season

MetroStage Premieres New Musical About 'Three Sistahs'

MetroStage Premieres New Musical About 'Three Sistahs'

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Classes

Classes

People

People

Sunday, September 22

Gail Rittgers Celebrates 100-Year Milestone

Family and Friends Honor Her at Grace Episcopal Church

Gail Rittgers Celebrates 100-Year Milestone

Thursday, September 19

School Notes

School Notes

Marshall SAT Scores Climb

SAT Scores at Madison Decline as SOLs Improve

Marshall SAT Scores Climb

Business Notes

Business Notes

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Rezoning Request Goes to Supervisors on Monday

Rezoning Request Goes to Supervisors on Monday

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith

Faith

Her Pregnancy Means All the World Now

IVF treatments ensured Kip Taylor's 'Living Legacy'

Her Pregnancy Means All the World Now

Faith

Faith

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Talking About Fields

MYS officials visit MCA to open dialogue about soccer fields

Talking About Fields

Centreville Day Celebration is Big Success

Centreville Day Celebration is Big Success

Encore Dancers Heading to China

Encore Dancers Heading to China

McLean Remembers and Re-Commits

Fire and Rescue Company 1 Honors the Victims

McLean Remembers and Re-Commits

SAT Scores Improve at Marshall

SOLs at Madison Rise as SATs Show Slight Decline

SAT Scores Improve at Marshall

Support for Bond Referendum is Park Partners' Goal

Measure would raise $20 for land acquisition, park development

Support for Bond Referendum is Park Partners' Goal

Sports Facility, Amendment Cause Real Concern

Sports Facility, Amendment Cause Real Concern

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Roundups

Roundups

Support for Bond Referendum is Park Partners' Goal

Measure would create $20 million for parks

Support for Bond Referendum is Park Partners' Goal

Chantilly High Alumni Club is Starting

Chantilly High Alumni Club is Starting

Bill Morrisette, 47, Dies of Brain Cancer

Bill Morrisette, 47, Dies of Brain Cancer

Clifton's Tim Hugo Running for 40th

Clifton's Tim Hugo Running for 40th

Garrison: Top Vet in State

Clifton resident is honored at Roanoke conference by peers

Garrison: Top Vet in State

Cox Farms Pumpkin Patch Opening Soon

Cox Farms Pumpkin Patch Opening Soon

Police Looking for Quartet of Robbers

Police Looking for Quartet of Robbers

Westfields Marriott Opens Palm Court for Dinner

Westfields Marriott Opens Palm Court for Dinner

School Notes

School Notes

Bunn Pleads Guilty to Sexual Assaults

Bunn Pleads Guilty to Sexual Assaults

8 People Indicted by Grand Jury

8 People Indicted by Grand Jury

Hard-hit on 9/11, Great Falls remembers and re-commits.

Fire and Rescue Company 1 Honors the Victims

Hard-hit on 9/11, Great Falls remembers and re-commits.

Wednesday, September 18

Port City Gala

Port City Gala

Calendar

Calendar

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

People

People

Classes

Classes

Faith

Faith

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

Library Events

Library Events

Crime

Crime

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

People

People

Crime

Crime

Board Seeks to Cut Snow Days

Board Seeks to Cut Snow Days

Crime Log

Crime Log

Artist Showcases Work at Chilean Embassy

Artist Showcases Work at Chilean Embassy

Military

Military

Crime Log

Crime Log

Around Town

Around Town

Calendar

Calendar

People Notes

People Notes

People

People

Crime

Crime

Collaborative Effort Pays Off

Collaborative Effort Pays Off

Week in Loudoun

News Briefs

Week in Loudoun

Classes

Classes

Bringing the Garden Inside

Bringing the Garden Inside

People

People

Stray Pets

Stray Pets

Learn How To Act Here in Alexandria

Learn How To Act Here in Alexandria

Calendar

Calendar

Around Town

Around Town

College

College

People

People

Learn How To Act Here in Alexandria

Learn How To Act Here in Alexandria

People Profile

Herndon Youth's Big Crop

People Profile

Bringing the Garden Inside

Bringing the Garden Inside

Military

Military

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Volunteers

Volunteers

Board Adopts Closed Meeting Policy

Board Adopts Closed Meeting Policy

Crime

Crime

Breakfast Can Taste Good and Still Be Good For You

Breakfast Can Taste Good and Still Be Good For You

Schools

Schools

Learn How to Act Here in Alexandria

Learn How to Act Here in Alexandria

Port City Gala

Port City Gala

Crime

Crime

Volunteering

Volunteering

Collaborative Effort Pays Off

Collaborative Effort Pays Off

Breakfast Can Taste Good and Still Be Good For You

Breakfast Can Taste Good and Still Be Good For You

Volunteering

Volunteering

Teen Clinics Offer Specialized Care

Teen Clinics Offer Specialized Care

Crime Log

Crime Log

People

People

Calendar

Calendar

Park View Course Leads to 'Effective Habits'

Park View Course Leads to 'Effective Habits'

Faith

Faith

Crime

Crime

Studies Show Teens Are Not Morning People

Medical experts say biology changes an adolescent's sleep patterns.

Studies Show Teens Are Not Morning People

Vandals Spray Paint Hate Messages on Mosque

Vandals Spray Paint Hate Messages on Mosque

Calendar

Calendar

Faith

Faith

Calendar

Calendar

Crime

Crime

Military

Military

People

People

Calendar

Calendar

Classes

Classes

People Notes

People Notes

Clubs

Clubs

People Profile

Herndon Youth's Big Crop

People Profile

Calendar

Calendar

Clubs

Clubs

Calendar

Calendar

Faith

Faith

Military

Military

'Frogshackle Lady' A Hometown Hero

People Profile

'Frogshackle Lady' A Hometown Hero

Calendar

Calendar

People Notes

People Notes

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Tuesday, September 17

‘Save the Mailbox’

‘Save the Mailbox’

School System Works to Make Internet Accessible

Hand-held and laptop computers, along with community-access computer labs provide students access to the Web.

School System Works to Make Internet Accessible

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

Births

Births

Sprawl Exacerbates Drought

New report reaches troubling conclusions.

Sprawl Exacerbates Drought

Gardening Notes

Gardening Notes

Births

Births

Potomac House Tour: Oct. 5-6

Potomac House Tour: Oct. 5-6

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Library Programs Play to Preschoolers

Library Programs Play to Preschoolers

School Notes

Awards and Achievements

School Notes

Food Talk

Food Talk

Farmers Markets Still Thrive Despite Drought

Fall season fills Farmers Market stalls with apples, pears, peppers, squashes and more.

Farmers Markets Still Thrive Despite Drought

Royal Lee Hosts Final All-Ages Show

Royal Lee Hosts Final All-Ages Show

Signature Sees ‘What Butler Saw’

Orton’s play keeps sense of humor after 35 years.

Signature Sees ‘What Butler Saw’

Farmers Markets Still Thrive Despite Drought

Fall season fills Farmers Market stalls with apples, pears, peppers, squashes and more.

Farmers Markets Still Thrive Despite Drought

Sides Line Up Over Tax Issue

Sides Line Up Over Tax Issue

Renovated Fire Station Receives Top Award

Renovated Fire Station Receives Top Award

Changes in Rec Department Bring Cry of Racism

Changes in Rec Department Bring Cry of Racism

Principles Will Guide T.C. Build Options

Principles Will Guide T.C. Build Options

Expansion of Meeting House Approved

Expansion of Meeting House Approved

Marking One Year With Music, Flags

Ceremonies around Arlington draw thousands to remember Sept. 11.

Marking One Year With Music, Flags

Investigation of Fatal Fire Is Ongoing

Investigation of Fatal Fire Is Ongoing

Go Behind the Scenes of the Civil War

Go Behind the Scenes of the Civil War

Wilson Comes Home to Arlington

New Deputy County Manager comes back to family, but brings praise from the West.

Wilson Comes Home to Arlington

Delivering New Designs

Pike charrette ends as designers reveal preliminary plans.

Delivering New Designs

Shake-Up at DHS

Director Is Reassigned; Mother Held without Bond

Shake-Up at DHS

Roundup

Roundup

Police Weigh In on Connector; Mill Race Approved

Police Weigh In on Connector; Mill Race Approved

Police Believe There Are More Victims of Accused Molester

Police Believe There Are More Victims of Accused Molester

Robinson Student Recognized For School Leadership

Robinson Student Recognized For School Leadership

'70s Teen Icon To Rock at Jaxx

'70s Teen Icon To Rock at Jaxx

Calming Measures Yield Mixed Results

Calming Measures Yield Mixed Results

Robinson Senior Recognized For School Leadership

Robinson Senior Recognized For School Leadership

Overcoming the Language Barrier

Angie Carrera works to bridge the linguistic gap.

Overcoming the Language Barrier

Calming Measures Yield Mixed Results

Calming Measures Yield Mixed Results

'70s Teen Icon To Rock at Jaxx

'70s Teen Icon To Rock at Jaxx

'70s Teen Icon To Rock at Jaxx

'70s Teen Icon To Rock at Jaxx

Council Tackles 'Underground' Boarding Houses

Town threatens to sue property owners for zoning violations.

Council Tackles 'Underground' Boarding Houses

Robinson Senior Recognized For School Leadership

Robinson Senior Recognized For School Leadership

Calming Measures Yield Mixed Results

Calming Measures Yield Mixed Results

Returning Campaign Money

Contributor to Rust was business raided by federal agents last March.

Returning Campaign Money

Returning Campaign Money

Contributor to Rust was business raided by federal agents last March.

Returning Campaign Money

Teen Clinics Offer Specialized Care

Teen Clinics Offer Specialized Care

Signs of Hate

Signs of Hate

Warner Endorses Tax Referendum

Warner Endorses Tax Referendum

They Are Now Part of a Thousand Words

Mount Vernon Life

They Are Now Part of a Thousand Words

Taking a Trip Down Memory Lane

Fort Hunt Holds a Reunion

Taking a Trip Down Memory Lane

Nurses Face Shortage

The county's public health nurses are responsible for the general health of the community.

Nurses Face Shortage

Sexual Assault Investigated

Police Log

Sexual Assault Investigated

Polluting More Than Their Fair Share?

Polluting More Than Their Fair Share?

Just Like the Real Thing

Police simulation exercises give an idea of what to expect

Just Like the Real Thing

Returning Campaign Money

Contributor to Rust was business raided by federal agents last March.

Returning Campaign Money

Design of Sept. 11 Memorial

Design of Sept. 11 Memorial

This Week in Potomac

This Week in Potomac

Multicultural Festival Returns

Multicultural Festival Returns

Sprawl Worsens Drought

New report reaches troubling conclusions.

Sprawl Worsens Drought

Reston Resident Arrested for Murder

Police investigate murder of McLean man in Oakton following argument over woman.

Reston Resident Arrested for Murder

Kane’s Home Vandalized

Kane’s Home Vandalized

Civic Calendar

Civic Calendar

Bruce Adams: There Is Life After Politics

Bruce Adams: There Is Life After Politics

Raking in Fall Activities at Potomac Library

Raking in Fall Activities at Potomac Library

Change of Leadership at Reston Substation

Capt. Mike Vencak moves into chair occupied by Ed Roessler for the last two years.

Change of Leadership at Reston Substation

Verbatim: County Sign Laws

Verbatim: County Sign Laws

'70s Teen Icon To Rock at Jaxx

'70s Teen Icon To Rock at Jaxx

Sales Tax Opponents Face Off

Sales Tax Opponents Face Off

Crime Reports

Crime Reports

Calming Measures Yield Mixed Results

Calming Measures Yield Mixed Results

Monday, September 16

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Around Town

Around Town

Education Notebook - 09/18/02

Education Notebook - 09/18/02

School Notes

School Notes

Proposal Focuses on R-Rated Movies in High Schools

Expanding Supplemental Nonprint Materials Regulation

Proposal Focuses on R-Rated Movies in High Schools

Thursday, September 12

'The Brogue Show' Debuts at Irish Pub in Great Falls

It's Dinner Plus Theatre Focused on Community

'The Brogue Show' Debuts at Irish Pub in Great Falls

Standoff Ends with Non-Lethal Force in Vienna

Standoff Ends with Non-Lethal Force in Vienna

Festival Honors Native Virginians

Rappahannock Tribe Once Sheltered Pocahontas

Festival Honors Native Virginians

"Concert for Heroes' Honors Public Service Workers after Pentagon Disaster

"Concert for Heroes' Honors Public Service Workers after Pentagon Disaster

Musicians Pay Tribute to Heroism

Musicians Pay Tribute to Heroism

County to Review Civic Place

Palladium of McLean Goes to Planning Commission Next Week

County to Review Civic Place

Fairfax 4 Horses Wants Facility for Horseback Riding

Development Reduces Presence of Barns and Stables

Fairfax 4 Horses Wants Facility for Horseback Riding

Standoff Ends with Non-Lethal Force in Vienna

Standoff Ends with Non-Lethal Force in Vienna

Fairfax 4 Horses Wants a Riding Instruction Facility

Meeting in Great Falls on Oct. 3 Addresses Need

Fairfax 4 Horses Wants a Riding Instruction Facility

Festival Honors Native Virginians

Rappahannock Tribe Thought to Have Harbored Potcahontas

Festival Honors Native Virginians

Fairfax 4 Horses Wants a Barn for Instruction

Development Erodes Stables for Horseback Riding, Group Says

Fairfax 4 Horses Wants a Barn for Instruction

Wednesday, September 11

Crime

Crime

Faith

Faith

Crime Log

Crime Log

Business Notes

Business Notes

People

People

Hunter Mill Leaders Discuss Youth Violence

Rising gang activity spurs meeting.

Hunter Mill Leaders Discuss Youth Violence

Board Adds Cash Option to Proffer System

Decision follows 35 people testifying at public hearing.

Board Adds Cash Option to Proffer System

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

People

People

Calendar

Calendar

Familiar Face Leads Union Mill

Familiar Face Leads Union Mill

People

People

Court Won't Hear Appeal

Neighbors of Buddhist Temple Are Pleased with the Supreme Court's Action.

Court Won't Hear Appeal

Clubs

Clubs

College

College

College

College

Faith

Faith

School Notes

School Notes

Classes

Classes

8 Years Prison for Shooting

8 Years Prison for Shooting

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

School Notes

School Notes

Proffer Change May Help Schools

Decision follows 35 people testifying at public hearing.

Proffer Change May Help Schools

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith

Faith

Crime

Crime

Faith

Faith

Proffer Change May Help Schools

Decision follows 35 people testifying at public hearing.

Proffer Change May Help Schools

Calendar

Calendar

People

People

Calendar

Calendar

Classes

Classes

Proffer Change May Help Schools

Decision follows 35 people testifying at public hearing.

Proffer Change May Help Schools

Faith

Faith

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Reston Week

News in Brief

Reston Week

Crime

Crime

Faith

Faith

Proffer Change May Help Schools

Decision follows 35 people testifying at public hearing.

Proffer Change May Help Schools

Proffer Change May Help Schools

Board Adds Cash Option to Proffer System

Proffer Change May Help Schools

Faith

Faith

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Roundups

Roundups

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

People

People

Proffer Change May Help Schools

Board Adds Cash Option to Proffer System

Proffer Change May Help Schools

Herndon Week

News in Brief

Herndon Week

Faith

Faith

People

People

Classes

Classes

Man Pleads Guilty To Clifton Burglary

Man Pleads Guilty To Clifton Burglary

Military

Military

Crime

Crime

Taylor Guilty of Malicious Wounding

Taylor Guilty of Malicious Wounding

Board Adds Cash Option to Proffer System

Decision follows 35 people testifying at public hearing.

Board Adds Cash Option to Proffer System

Crime

Crime

Calendar

Calendar

Suspended Sentence is Given for Embezzlement

Suspended Sentence is Given for Embezzlement

People

People

Clubs

Clubs

Stray Pets

Stray Pets

College

College

Children Teaching Children Around the World

Now in its 32nd year, the International Children's Festival hopes to help children learn the customs, art and dress of other cultures through their children.

Children Teaching Children Around the World

Karl Teepe's Widow: One Year After 9/11

Karl Teepe's Widow: One Year After 9/11

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Home Sales Report

Home Sales Report

Home Sales Report

Home Sales Report

School Notes

School Notes

Home Sales Report

Home Sales Report

Health Department Sprays for Mosquitos

Health Department Sprays for Mosquitos

Clubs

Clubs

Home Sales Report

Home Sales Report

Kim Takes on Challenge of First Year

Kim Takes on Challenge of First Year

Home Sales Report

Home Sales Report

People

People

Church Wins Fair Lakes 8K

Church Wins Fair Lakes 8K

Home Sales Report

Home Sales Report

Home Sales Report

Home Sales Report

People

People

College

College

Home Sales Report

Home Sales Report

High Schools Score Well on SAT Test

High Schools Score Well on SAT Test

Home Sales Report

Home Sales Report

Home Sales Report

Home Sales Report

Going All Out for Full-Day Kindergarten

Going All Out for Full-Day Kindergarten

Home Sales Report

Home Sales Report

Faith

Faith

Home Sales Report

Home Sales Report

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Ashburn Residents Switch Homes for 'Trading Spaces'

Ashburn Residents Switch Homes for 'Trading Spaces'

Extending Helping Hands

Extending Helping Hands

Home Sales Report

Home Sales Report

Loudoun Week

News in Brief

Loudoun Week

Board Adds Cash Option to Proffer System

Decision follows 35 people testifying at public hearing.

Board Adds Cash Option to Proffer System

Clyde's to Bring Inn to Broadlands

Clyde's to Bring Inn to Broadlands

Libraries

Libraries

Crime

Crime

Home Sales Report

Home Sales Report

Board Adds Cash Option to Proffer System

Decision follows 35 people testifying at public hearing.

Board Adds Cash Option to Proffer System

Extending Helping Hands

Extending Helping Hands

D.C. United Plans Hit Glitch

D.C. United Plans Hit Glitch

Crime

Crime

Crime

Crime

Sept. 11 Remembered

In ceremonies around town, firefighters honor those who lost their lives

Sept. 11 Remembered

Calendar

Calendar

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Tuesday, September 10

Kim Takes on Challenges of First Year

Kim Takes on Challenges of First Year

Character Ed Gets His Moment In the Sun

Character Ed Gets His Moment In the Sun

Elementary Start to New Year

Fox Mill students can take Japanese immersion classes.

Elementary Start to New Year

Remembering Lenny

Local mother deals with the loss of her husband who was on Flight 77.

Remembering Lenny

One Year Later Blood Donations Are MIA

One Year Later Blood Donations Are MIA

Gang Activity Spurs Meeting

Gang Activity Spurs Meeting

Datatel Building Crumbles under the Wrecking Ball

Datatel Building Crumbles under the Wrecking Ball

Body Discovered in Pond

Body Discovered in Pond

Arrests Made in Car Torch Case

Police Officer's Cruiser, Personal Car Damaged

Arrests Made in Car Torch Case

Warner's Advisor Explains Transportation Referendum

Warner's Advisor Explains Transportation Referendum

Roundup

Roundup

Births

Births

City Pays Tribute to Its Heroes

Sept. 11, 2001, Commemorated in Ceremony at Market Square

City Pays Tribute to Its Heroes

Silos Beam Into Iota

New York-based collective bring short-hop tour through Arlington.

Silos Beam Into Iota

Families Explore ‘Spaces’

South Arlington couples swap homes for TLC hit.

Families Explore ‘Spaces’

Redistricting Shoves Out Competitors

Redistricting Shoves Out Competitors

Where Were You On 9/11?

Reflections From Another Time

Where Were You On 9/11?

Lessons Learned

Area police and fire workers look back on Sept. 11.

Lessons Learned

Mount Vernon Kiwanis Donates $15,000

Mount Vernon Kiwanis Donates $15,000

Education Notebook - 09/11/02

Education Notebook - 09/11/02

Pentagon Victim Memorialized With Tree

Pentagon Victim Memorialized With Tree

ASO Prepares for Second Season

Opening concert features violinist.

ASO Prepares for Second Season

One Year After Sept. 11

On anniversary, Arlington remembers.

One Year After Sept. 11

Ride to Remember Raises Funds

Police, medical, military and fire and rescue personnel from across the country ride from New York to the Pentagon to remember those lost in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and to raise money for the I

Ride to Remember Raises Funds

Lessons Learned

Area police and fire workers look back on Sept. 11.

Lessons Learned

Nurses Face Shortage

Nurses Face Shortage

Crime Reports

Crime Reports

Future Spending, Today

Future Spending, Today

Standoff Ends With Non-lethal Force In Vienna

Standoff Ends With Non-lethal Force In Vienna

Ride To Remember Raises Funds for Trauma Center

Ride To Remember Raises Funds for Trauma Center

Honoring Those Lost

Honoring Those Lost

Remaining Land to Be Reserved For Low Density

Remaining Land to Be Reserved For Low Density

Volunteering Yields Park Award

Volunteering Yields Park Award

Listening to the Land

Designers behind Pike Revitalization plans get community input at weekend workshops.

Listening to the Land

Arlene Hewitt — Her Career of Reaching Out

Arlene Hewitt — Her Career of Reaching Out

‘End Gridlock’ Sweeps at Large Race

Primary Election Results

‘End Gridlock’ Sweeps at Large Race

Food Talk

Food Talk

Births

Births

'Forty Percent or Else'

RA is planning unprecedented get-out-the-vote campaign for proposed recreational facility in South Reston.

'Forty Percent or Else'

This Week in Potomac: 9/10

This Week in Potomac: 9/10

New Plan for ‘Perceived Odor’

New Plan for ‘Perceived Odor’

Dance Attracts All Ages

Dance Attracts All Ages

Oakton High Remembers Two of Its Own

Oakton High Remembers Two of Its Own

Dealing with Grief

Dealing with Grief

Oakton High Remembers Two of Its Own

Oakton High Remembers Two of Its Own

Private Contributions for Schools?

Private Contributions for Schools?

Gardening Notes

Gardening Notes

Remembering Lenny

Local mother deals with the loss of her husband who was on Flight 77.

Remembering Lenny

Pentagon Victim Memorialized With Tree

Pentagon Victim Memorialized With Tree

Volunteering Yields Park Award

Volunteering Yields Park Award

Loudoun's SAT Scores on Rise

Loudoun's SAT Scores on Rise

Intersection Remains Hazardous

Intersection Remains Hazardous

Ride To Remember Raises Funds for Trauma Center

Ride To Remember Raises Funds for Trauma Center

Character Ed Gets His Moment In the Sun

Character Ed Gets His Moment In the Sun

Connector Task Force Opts for Only One Option

Connector Task Force Opts for Only One Option

Resilience: The Ability to Recover from Misfortune

Resilience: The Ability to Recover from Misfortune

Therapy Pets Provide Comfort at Pentagon

Therapy Pets Provide Comfort at Pentagon

Herndon Police Introduce Silent Partner Alert

Herndon Police Introduce Silent Partner Alert

Dealing with Grief

Dealing with Grief

House Condemned, Children in Limbo

House Condemned, Children in Limbo

Monday, September 9

Around Town

Around Town

Museum Shop Moves Up

Museum Shop Moves Up

Port City Playhouse Looks Back on 25 Years

Port City Playhouse Looks Back on 25 Years

Museum Shop Moves Up

Museum Shop Moves Up

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Port City Playhouse Looks Back on 25 Years

Port City Playhouse Looks Back on 25 Years

ASO Prepares for Next Season

ASO Prepares for Next Season

ASO Prepares for Next Season

ASO Prepares for Next Season

Thursday, September 5

Clendaniel Opens New Year with Global Perspective

Langley High Principal Visits China Over the Summer

Clendaniel Opens New Year with Global Perspective

SAT Box Scores

SAT Box Scores

Langley High Principal Gains Global Perspective

Clendanial Visits China Over the Summer

Langley High Principal Gains Global Perspective

Out of Darkness: No More Secrets

Out of Darkness: No More Secrets

'Concert for Heroes' Celebrates Role of Police, Fire Workers

'Concert for Heroes' Celebrates Role of Police, Fire Workers

Out of Darkness: "I Miss Michael"

See Special Section, Out of Darkness

Out of Darkness: "I Miss Michael"

'Concert for Heroes' on Sept. 15 Will Celebrate Fire, Police 9/11 Role

'Concert for Heroes' on Sept. 15 Will Celebrate Fire, Police 9/11 Role

Son Saves Family from Two-Alarm Fire

Home of Herndon Youth Soccer administrator is destroyed.

Son Saves Family from Two-Alarm Fire

In Remembrance of Sept. 11

In Remembrance of Sept. 11

Wednesday, September 4

Clubs

Clubs

Reston Calendar

Reston Calendar

Bunn Indicted in Sexual-Assault Cases

Bunn Indicted in Sexual-Assault Cases

Historic District Opens Doors to the Past

Historic District Opens Doors to the Past

Calendar

Calendar

Smooth Opening for Schools

Smooth Opening for Schools

Calendar

Calendar

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

One Year Later, Sept. 11 Changes Vary

One Year Later, Sept. 11 Changes Vary

Rocky Run Middle: A School Reborn

Rocky Run Middle: A School Reborn

People

People

Two Teens Killed in Fair Oaks Crash

Two Teens Killed in Fair Oaks Crash

Roundups

Roundups

Bell-Ringing to begin 'Patriot Day' Sept. 11th Commemoration

Bell-Ringing to begin 'Patriot Day' Sept. 11th Commemoration

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Herndon Calendar

Herndon Calendar

What's New at Chantilly Academy

What's New at Chantilly Academy

People

People

Military

Military

People Notes

People Notes

Clubs

Clubs

School Notes

School Notes

One Year Later, Sept. 11 Changes Vary

One Year Later, Sept. 11 Changes Vary

Calendar

Calendar

Schools

Schools

Crime

Crime

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

People

People

Crime

Crime

Calendar

Calendar

New Gate Leads from Library to Playground

New Gate Leads from Library to Playground

Pink Rose Petals Mark Memories in the Potomac

Pink Rose Petals Mark Memories in the Potomac

Families of Sept. 11 Don’t Deed Ceremonies to Remember 9/11

Families of Sept. 11 Don’t Deed Ceremonies to Remember 9/11

People

People

News in Brief

News in Brief

Keeping Faith, One Year Later

Local religious leaders speak out about God and Sept. 11.

Keeping Faith, One Year Later

Fifty and Fine: Bound for Reston Triathlon

Local Fiftysomethings prepare for Reston Triathlon on Sept. 8.

Fifty and Fine: Bound for Reston Triathlon

One Year Later, Sept. 11 Changes Vary

One Year Later, Sept. 11 Changes Vary

Concert Will Honor Raines' Memory

Concert Will Honor Raines' Memory

Pink Rose Petals Mark Memories in the Potomac

Pink Rose Petals Mark Memories in the Potomac

Concert Honors Raines' Memory

Gospel Rescue Ministries is Beneficiary

Concert Honors Raines' Memory

Families Don't Need Ceremonies to Remind Them of 9/11

Families Don't Need Ceremonies to Remind Them of 9/11

School Notes

School Notes

Sheriff's Office Audit May End 'Ongoing Dispute'

By Shelley Widhalm

Sheriff's Office Audit May End 'Ongoing Dispute'

People

People

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Loudoun Week

Loudoun Week

Legacy of 'Let's Roll' Hero is Preserved by His Wife

Legacy of 'Let's Roll' Hero is Preserved by His Wife

People

People

Births

Births

Business Notes

Business Notes

Births

Births

SAT Scores Higher

Steady Improvement Shown Throughout County

SAT Scores Higher

Reflections On a Life 'Passed Over'

Mount Vernon Life

Reflections On a Life 'Passed Over'

Faith

Faith

An Engineer's Expertise Joins a Firefighter's Nightmare

An Engineer's Expertise Joins a Firefighter's Nightmare

A Tale of Two Trees

A Tale of Two Trees

Families Remember An Anniversary

Families Remember An Anniversary

Airports Gaining Momentum

More Changes In Store by November

Airports Gaining Momentum

Students Are Back

Students Are Back

Health Officials Await Confirmation on Human West Nile Cases

Health Officials Await Confirmation on Human West Nile Cases

Supervisors Offer Their 9/11 Perspectives

Supervisors Offer Their 9/11 Perspectives

Faith

Faith

Faith

Faith

Primary 2002: Ira Shapiro

Congressional District 8

Primary 2002: Ira Shapiro

Almanac Endorsement: Shriver for Congress

Almanac Endorsement: Shriver for Congress

Wiehle Extension Opens for Traffic

Wiehle Extension Opens for Traffic

Crime

Crime

News in Brief

News in Brief

Almanac Endorsements: Elrich, Ewing, Renzi, Silverman

County Council At Large

Almanac Endorsements: Elrich, Ewing, Renzi, Silverman

Almanac Endorsement: Dumais, Feldman, Young for Delegate

Delegate, District 15

Almanac Endorsement: Dumais, Feldman, Young for Delegate

Woman Dead of West Nile Virus

Woman Dead of West Nile Virus

September 4, 2002: This Week in Potomac

September 4, 2002: This Week in Potomac

Primary 2002: Deborah A. Vollmer

Congressional District 8

Primary 2002: Deborah A. Vollmer

Martial Arts Provide a Structured After-School Activity

Many martial arts centers offer structured after-school programs that include transportation, help with homework and lessons in self-control.

Martial Arts Provide a Structured After-School Activity

Crime

Crime

Faith

Faith

Keeping Faith, One Year Later

Local religious leaders speak out about God and Sept. 11.

Keeping Faith, One Year Later

Primary 2002: Chris Van Hollen

Congressional District 8

Primary 2002: Chris Van Hollen

Citizens of the Year

Citizens of the Year

Faith

Faith

Crime Log

Crime Log

Fifty and Fine: Bound for Reston Triathlon

Local Fiftysomethings prepare for Reston Triathlon on Sept. 8.

Fifty and Fine: Bound for Reston Triathlon

Primary 2002: Mark K. Shriver

Congressional District 8

Primary 2002: Mark K. Shriver

Remembering, Honoring, Never Forgetting

Remembering, Honoring, Never Forgetting

People

People

Schools

Schools

Crime

Crime

Town

Town

Crime

Crime

Faith

Faith

One Year Later, Sept. 11 Changes Vary

One Year Later, Sept. 11 Changes Vary

Crime

Crime

Fire Departments Adjust to New Landscape

Alexandria, Fairfax County Beef Up Response Capabilities

Fire Departments Adjust to New Landscape

Preserving Pieces of History

Alexandria Life

Preserving Pieces of History

Students Trek Back to Classrooms

Students Trek Back to Classrooms

Tourism Still Struggling to Overcome 9/11

Tourism Still Struggling to Overcome 9/11

Standing Tall a Year Later — Memories and All

Standing Tall a Year Later — Memories and All

New Security Office Result of 9/11

Major Upgrades in Police Department

New Security Office Result of 9/11

Wild Chase Ends in Arrests

Other Suspects Sought

Wild Chase Ends in Arrests

Volunteering

Volunteering

City Officials Reflect, Remember and Respond

City Officials Reflect, Remember and Respond

A Stronger Family in 14 Weeks

A Stronger Family in 14 Weeks

Planning Marathon Ends With Deferral and a Yawn

Planning Marathon Ends With Deferral and a Yawn

Carlyle Residents on Front Line of Terrorist Trials

Carlyle Residents on Front Line of Terrorist Trials

Calendar

Calendar

SAT Scores Up

SAT Scores Up

King St. Crash Claims Life

Falls Church Man Charged with Manslaughter, DWI

King St. Crash Claims Life

Airports Gaining Momentum

More Changes In Store by November

Airports Gaining Momentum

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Calendar

Calendar

Around Town

Around Town

What's New at Our Local Schools

What's New at Our Local Schools

Tuesday, September 3

Fifty and Fine: Bound for Reston Triathlon

Local fiftysomethings prepare for Reston Triathlon on Sept. 8.

Fifty and Fine: Bound for Reston Triathlon

Principal Goes Back to School

Romberg takes helm at Dranesville Elementary

Principal Goes Back to School

Fifty and Fine: Bound for Reston Triathlon

Local fiftysomethings prepare for Reston Triathlon on Sept. 8.

Fifty and Fine: Bound for Reston Triathlon

County Donates $38K for Wetland Purchase

County Donates $38K for Wetland Purchase

Wiehle Extension Opens for Traffic

Wiehle Extension Opens for Traffic

CPR, County Debate Nature of Meetings

CPR, County Debate Nature of Meetings

MetroStage's First Year on North Royal a Success

MetroStage's First Year on North Royal a Success

Artistic Talent Displayed on the Avenue

Artistic Talent Displayed on the Avenue

Calendar

Calendar

Artistic Talent Displayed on the Avenue

Artistic Talent Displayed on the Avenue

25th Annual Burke Festival Promises More

25th Annual Burke Festival Promises More

Hornet Staff Buzzing with Preparation

As students enjoy last days of summer, Herndon High School prepares for first day of school crunch.

Hornet Staff Buzzing with Preparation

Musicians Pay Tribute to ‘Heroes’

Musicians Pay Tribute to ‘Heroes’

Food Talk

Food Talk

Roundup

Roundup

Good Shepherd Goes International

Good Shepherd Goes International

Good Shepherd Goes International

Good Shepherd Goes International

25th Annual Burke Festival Promises More

25th Annual Burke Festival Promises More

Lane-Shifting Down The Road For Highway

Lane-Shifting Down The Road For Highway

Weekly Calendar

Weekly Calendar

Neighbors Demand Fix for Bennett Road

Weeks after one teenage died, concerned residents gathered to voice their concerns about the hilly stretch of road in Oak Hill

Neighbors Demand Fix for Bennett Road

Education Notebook - 09/04/02

Education Notebook - 09/04/02

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Schools to Mark Anniversary in Silence

Schools to Mark Anniversary in Silence

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Centers Address Student Special Needs

Centers Address Student Special Needs

Lane-Shifting Down The Road For Highway

Lane-Shifting Down The Road For Highway

Learning to Teach about Sept. 11

Learning to Teach about Sept. 11

SAT Scores Rise Countywide

Wakefield lags, but county continues to exceed national, state averages.

SAT Scores Rise Countywide

Van Dorn Connection Comes To Fruition

Van Dorn Connection Comes To Fruition

Bioterrorism Grants Add Staff to Local Health Department

Tracking Communicable Diseases

Bioterrorism Grants Add Staff to Local Health Department

9/11's Impact on Daily Routines

9/11's Impact on Daily Routines

Centers Address Student Special Needs

Centers Address Student Special Needs

Alternative High Schools Focus on Academics

Alternative High Schools Focus on Academics

Gardening Notes

Gardening Notes

Herndon Officers in 'Ride to Remember'

Four-day, 250-mile tour will honor fallen public safety and military officers killed on Sept. 11.

Herndon Officers in 'Ride to Remember'

Foundation Keeps Alive Memory of Sept. 11 Victim

Foundation Keeps Alive Memory of Sept. 11 Victim

MetroStage's FIrst Year on North Royal Street a Success

MetroStage's FIrst Year on North Royal Street a Success

Stray Pets

Stray Pets

Lane-Shifting Down The Road For Highway

Lane-Shifting Down The Road For Highway

WSC Breathes Life Into Genet Play

WSC Breathes Life Into Genet Play

Centers Address Student Special Needs

Centers Address Student Special Needs

Living Up to Expectations

Parents, teachers, students had prepared for Tuesday, but few said they were really ready.

Living Up to Expectations

Crime Reports

Crime Reports

Monday, September 2

Two Centers Offer Entertaining Mix

Both the Barns of Wolf Trap and the George Mason University Center for the Arts add variety and sparkle to Fairfax County's night life.

Two Centers Offer Entertaining Mix

Martial Arts Provide a Structured After-School Activity

Many martial arts centers offer structured after-school programs that include transportation, help with homework and lessons in self-control.

Martial Arts Provide a Structured After-School Activity

Building? Need a Permit

Building? Need a Permit