News for Tuesday, March 4, 2003

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Service Above Self — 75 and Counting

Rotary Club Celebrates A Milestone.

Service Above Self — 75 and Counting

Mayor Paints Optimistic Picture for City

Final State of the City Address Warmly Received; Councilman Speck Honored.

Mayor Paints Optimistic Picture for City

Delegates Return With Positive Outlook

Delegates Return With Positive Outlook

Personal Trainers Build More Than Just Bodies

Personal Trainers Build More Than Just Bodies

Public Gets to Weigh In on Herndon Commerce Center

Public Gets to Weigh In on Herndon Commerce Center

Committee Questions CIP, Budget

Committee Questions CIP, Budget

Delegates Share Thoughts on Latest Session

Delegates Share Thoughts on Latest Session

Stakeholders Make a Case

Mount Vernon Parking Expansion Assessed

Stakeholders Make a Case

Minds Are the Equipment of Choice in Problem-solving Competition

Minds Are the Equipment of Choice in Problem-solving Competition

Collecting Evidence of Murder

Prosecution continues in Oweiss murder trial.

Collecting Evidence of Murder

Videotaped Questioning

Videotaped Questioning

The Ever-Expanding School

Chinese immersion program may allow outside students into Potomac Elementary.

The Ever-Expanding School

Local Executive Dies in Plane Crash

Reston man returning from business trip died on Saturday in Leesburg.

Local Executive Dies in Plane Crash

Crime Report

Crime Report

Food Talk

Food Talk

Food Talk

Food Talk

How Would War Affect Fairfax?

Housing market might remain strong, but economy could still suffer.

How Would War Affect Fairfax?

Delegates Return With Positive Outlook

Delegates Return With Positive Outlook

More Revitalization for the Highway

Shopping Centers Eyed for Major Overhauls

More Revitalization for the Highway

At Park View High

At Park View High

Despite Snow, Summer Comes in February

Summer Activities Fair draws 1,100 summer camp hopefuls.

Despite Snow, Summer Comes in February

Annapolis Dispatches

Annapolis Dispatches

Board to Debate Snow Make-up Days

Board to Debate Snow Make-up Days

Education Notebook - 03/05/03

Education Notebook - 03/05/03

Board OKs Boundaries for New Schools, Centers

Board OKs Boundaries for New Schools, Centers

Leis Named Superintendent in Illinois

Leis Named Superintendent in Illinois

Health Notes

Health Notes

Naomi Project Helps New Mothers

Naomi Project Helps New Mothers

Food Talk

Food Talk

Food Talk

Food Talk

Food Talk

Food Talk

Planning Defers Park Rail Dog Area

Parking Garage Wins Approval

Planning Defers Park Rail Dog Area

Burke Centre Candidate Forum Explores Issues

Burke Centre Candidate Forum Explores Issues

Earning Engineer Badge At Interchange

Earning Engineer Badge At Interchange

Pentagon Unveils Plans for 9-11 Memorial

New York architects include “Light Benches” in design for Pentagon memorial.

Pentagon Unveils Plans for 9-11 Memorial

Major Impact From Bridge About To Be Felt

Major Impact From Bridge About To Be Felt

Personal Trainers Build More Than Just Bodies

Personal Trainers Build More Than Just Bodies

Candidates Seek Council Seats

City Elections 2003

Candidates Seek Council Seats

Six Years Later, Woman Still Missing

Clues remain scarce in disappearance of Janeth Ann Rowe.

Six Years Later, Woman Still Missing

School Budget Reflects Modest Increase

School Budget Reflects Modest Increase

Producer Strives For Perfection

Producer Strives For Perfection

HCA No, YMCA Maybe

HCA No, YMCA Maybe

Producer Strives For Perfection

Producer Strives For Perfection

Stacia Marie Allen

Stacia Marie Allen

Community News

Community News

Standing Alone

While other communities partake of meals taxes, Herndon declines, so far.

Standing Alone

Earning Engineer Badge at Interchange

Earning Engineer Badge at Interchange

Personal Trainers Build More Than Just Bodies

Personal Trainers Build More Than Just Bodies

Houses in Dranesville Worth More, and More, and More, and More

Homeowners Socked With Double Digit Increases for Four Straight Years

Houses in Dranesville Worth More, and More, and More, and More

Moran: War, Politics and Inevitability

House member criticizes Jewish leaders and says Democrats won't jeopardize their re-election efforts.

Moran: War, Politics and Inevitability

Conviction May Lead to Multiple Life Sentences

Conviction May Lead to Multiple Life Sentences

School Board Approves New School Boundaries

School Board Approves New School Boundaries

Snow Removal Incites Mixed Emotions

Snow Removal Incites Mixed Emotions

Last Chance for Nation’s River

Potomac Corridor named one of 10 areas most threatened by development, says Scenic American.

Last Chance for Nation’s River

Roundup

Roundup

New Code Comes Down the Pike

As Board approves Columbia Pike building codes, redevelopment set to begin. But still no decision on transit.

New Code Comes Down the Pike

Delegates Return With Positive Outlook

Delegates Return With Positive Outlook

Hoping for Spring

Hoping for Spring

Snow Removal Incites Mixed Emotions

Snow Removal Incites Mixed Emotions

Hoping for Spring

Hoping for Spring

Business Notes

Business Notes

New Principal at Sterling Elementary

Freeman focuses on whole child, community.

New Principal at Sterling Elementary

Births

Births

New Facility Opens Up Space

County to gain space as school administration looks to consolidate offices.

New Facility Opens Up Space

Mims, Black Reflect on 'Successes'

Mims, Black Reflect on 'Successes'

Adding Retail, Office Mix

Adding Retail, Office Mix

Stacia Marie Allen

Stacia Marie Allen

Still Praying for Peace

While the U.S. moves closer to war with Iraq, a group of local peace activists meet at ADAMS Center.

Still Praying for Peace

How to View Fairfax County Property Tax Assessments Online

How to View Fairfax County Property Tax Assessments Online

Better Planning Would Reduce 'Surprises'

Better Planning Would Reduce 'Surprises'

Marshall Wins State Theater Title for One-Act Play

Oakton and Marshall Claim Five of Eight Acting Awards

Marshall Wins State Theater Title for One-Act Play

How Much Is Too Much For So Much?

Assessments Escalate in Mount Vernon and Lee districts.

How Much Is Too Much For So Much?

Producer Strives For Perfection

Producer Strives For Perfection

Snow Removal Incites Mixed Emotions

Snow Removal Incites Mixed Emotions

Benefit Concert Draws Big Crowd

Benefit Concert Draws Big Crowd

Snow Cancellation Rains on Girl's Parade

Equestrian team trains, competes in shows.

Snow Cancellation Rains on Girl's Parade

Community News

Community News

Crime Report

Crime Report

The Answer Is Four

Four house-plan saves trees; developer asked for five, residents wanted three

The Answer Is Four

Reston Couple Honored

Reston Couple Honored

Ms. Cristol Goes To Washington

Churchill senior will join Senate youth program

Ms. Cristol Goes To Washington

Groups Gather, Still Praying for Peace

While the U.S. moves ever close to war with Iraq, a group of local peace activists meet to consider.

Groups Gather, Still Praying for Peace

Sunrise Valley Principal to Retire

After six years leading Sunrise Valley, Christine Brogan heads toward retirement.

Sunrise Valley Principal to Retire

Births

Births

Council OKs Intake Pipe Study

Construction will require approval.

Council OKs Intake Pipe Study

Reading Budget's Fine Print

Reading Budget's Fine Print

Stacia Marie Allen

Stacia Marie Allen

Earning Engineer Badge at Interchange

Earning Engineer Badge at Interchange