Stories for August 2004

Stories for August 2004

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Tuesday, August 31

Vienna Resident to Speak for Businesses

Billy Thompson named to Virginia Small Business Advisory Board.

Vienna Resident to Speak for Businesses

Potomac Elementary

Back to School

Potomac Elementary

Madigan, Brenner to Wed

Madigans host engagement party at Potomac home.

Madigan, Brenner to Wed

Potomac Man Charged with Murder

Potomac Man Charged with Murder

El Salvadorian Consulate Visits Herndon, Assists 285

Council member cites lack of information.

El Salvadorian Consulate Visits Herndon, Assists 285

Planning Notebook

Planning Notebook

Herndon High School Welcomes New Staff

New teachers get oriented early.

Herndon High School Welcomes New Staff

Civic Calendar 9-1-04

Civic Calendar 9-1-04

Ongoing

Ongoing

Calendar

Calendar

Ongoing

Ongoing

Yard of the Month

Yard of the Month

Yard of the Month

Yard of the Month

Mommies Hit the Trails

New group helps new mothers meet and motivate.

Mommies Hit the Trails

Faith

Faith

Summer School

Students begin 2004-05 school year before August ends.

Summer School

Potomac Community Center Sign Vandalized

Potomac Community Center Sign Vandalized

Seven Locks Elementary

Back to School

Seven Locks Elementary

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Departure Is Not Good-Bye

Jim Deuel, Hyatt general manager, plans to stay in touch.

Departure Is Not Good-Bye

This Week in Potomac 9-1-04

This Week in Potomac 9-1-04

Calendar

Calendar

Thursday, August 26

Cerritos Convicted

Search for accomplices in murder continues.

Cerritos Convicted

Cerritos Convicted in Herndon Woman's Death

Cerritos Convicted in Herndon Woman's Death

Wednesday, August 25

A New Face at Oakton

John Banbury is new Oakton High School principal

A New Face at Oakton

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

Artist Connects Romania and Reston

Artist Connects Romania and Reston

Marine from Reston Killed in Iraq

Tavon Lee Hubbard, 24, died alongside another Virginia soldier last week in a helicopter crash.

Marine from Reston Killed in Iraq

Crime

Crime

Gamers Descend on Springfield Mall

Store hosts regional competition in anticipation of World Cyber Games.

Gamers Descend on Springfield Mall

Crime

Crime

Health Fair Helps Parents of Uninsured Children

More than 150 children receive physicals and school supplies.

Health Fair Helps Parents of Uninsured Children

A Sign for the Times — and Events

Donation yields potential prototype for Fairfax County parks.

A Sign for the Times — and Events

News Briefs

News Briefs

Police Seek Information on Rape Suspect

Reward offered for information leading to suspect's arrest.

Police Seek Information on Rape Suspect

Developer Presses Mixed Use Vision

Local groups oppose rezoning.

Developer Presses Mixed Use Vision

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Quogue Takes a Road Trip

Local band makes plans to move to Charlottesville.

Quogue Takes a Road Trip

Margaret Allen Flartey

Obituary

Margaret Allen Flartey

Inspectors Take Nine Trucks Off Road

Trucks had defective equipment, jeopardizing the safety of other motorists.

Inspectors Take Nine Trucks Off Road

Waking Up Drunk Drivers

People convicted with DUI are now required to hear the stories of victims of drunk driving crashes.

Waking Up Drunk Drivers

Builder Ranks in Big 50

Home Equity Builders is an award-winning company that values quality in many forms.

Builder Ranks in Big 50

Life on the Road

Chantilly tennis stars compete in national tournaments.

Life on the Road

WFCCA Gives OK To New Residential Community

WFCCA Gives OK To New Residential Community

Life on the Road

Chantilly tennis stars compete in national tournaments.

Life on the Road

Astrologer and Good Neighbor

Deborah Dillard heads the Clifton Farmers Market and volunteers in the community.

Astrologer and Good Neighbor

Man Charged With Auto Theft

Man Charged With Auto Theft

18 Months Prison for Centreville Man

18 Months Prison for Centreville Man

Sheffler is Charged with 3 Offenses

Sheffler is Charged with 3 Offenses

Vandals Desecrate Cemetery

Thirty tombstones damaged.

Vandals Desecrate Cemetery

News Briefs

News Briefs

Reliving the 'Four Freedoms'

Fairfax man's 1943 essay is part of the Norman Rockwell exhibit at the Corcoran.

Reliving the 'Four Freedoms'

Coburns Celebrate 50th Anniversary

Coburns Celebrate 50th Anniversary

Reliving the 'Four Freedoms'

Fairfax man's 1943 essay is part of the Norman Rockwell exhibit at the Corcoran.

Reliving the 'Four Freedoms'

Heading Back to School

New year brings some new faces to area schools.

Heading Back to School

Socas Fills Campaign Chest against Wolf

Wolf opponent cites transportation and education as key issues.

Socas Fills Campaign Chest against Wolf

Traveler's Leap of Faith

Traveler's Leap of Faith

Six Elementary Schools Prepare for Sanctions

Meetings with parents early this week; parents must decide on transferring by Aug. 30.

Six Elementary Schools Prepare for Sanctions

Arlington Helps in Florida Aftermath

Emergency team from Arlington travels to Florida to help in tough conditions.

Arlington Helps in Florida Aftermath

Mount Vernon Area Gains New Principals

Staff, students prepare for back to school.

Mount Vernon Area Gains New Principals

Marchman Family Fund-Raiser Raises $6,000

Marchman Family Fund-Raiser Raises $6,000

Mercer Prepares To Roar

The new middle school will offer latest technology for students this fall.

Mercer Prepares To Roar

No Sully Field House

By Bonnie Hobbs

No Sully Field House

A dividing land

Two neighbors torn between the rights to a strip of land.

A dividing land

Remembering Leonard Reese

Remembering Leonard Reese

Cruisin' Clifton Car Show

Dedicated to Ed Patton, a.k.a., the ‘General’.

Cruisin' Clifton Car Show

Sheriff's Office Compiles New Annual Report

The report reviews crime statistics dating back to 2001.

Sheriff's Office Compiles New Annual Report

Man Pleads Guilty in Friend's Death

Man Pleads Guilty in Friend's Death

Church Offers Divorce Recovery Support Group

Church Offers Divorce Recovery Support Group

Tracing POWs in Fairfax

Abu Ghraib prompts local historian to study World War II camp.

Tracing POWs in Fairfax

Changes for Loudoun Museum

Adding staff, moving house and changing attitudes will bring new experiences to visitors.

Changes for Loudoun Museum

Former Volunteer Fire Chief Dies

Obituary

Former Volunteer Fire Chief Dies

Police Seek Information on Rape Suspect

Police Seek Information on Rape Suspect

Rent Increase and Relocation?

Tenants deplore conditions, rent increases and relocation plans at Gates

Rent Increase and Relocation?

Youth Citizens Police Academy Graduation

Youth Citizens Police Academy Graduation

Hometown Champs Win or Lose

McLean girls softball players lose the World Series but emerge as winners.

Hometown Champs Win or Lose

A Traveler's Leap of Faith

Local woman heads to South America to teach English.

A Traveler's Leap of Faith

Inova Named 'Most Wired' Again

Inova Named 'Most Wired' Again

Gunston Hall Apartments To Be Demolished

Out with the old in Old Town.

Gunston Hall Apartments To Be Demolished

News Briefs

News Briefs

Vandals Desecrate Cemetery

Nearly 30 tombstones are damaged at Fairfax Station cemetery.

Vandals Desecrate Cemetery

History Project Compiles Veterans' Stories

History Project Compiles Veterans' Stories

Vandals Desecrate Cemetery

Nearly 30 tombstones are damaged at Fairfax Station cemetery.

Vandals Desecrate Cemetery

Calendar

Calendar

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Young Entrepreneurs Launch Business

A sister and brother open The Clubhouse Grill in Sterling.

Young Entrepreneurs Launch Business

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Schools

Schools

Loudoun County Schools Failing to Make the Grade

English Math

Loudoun County Schools Failing to Make the Grade

Back to School Nights

Back to School Nights

Replacing 1 in 3 Teachers

Sterling's teachers choose western schools to avoid commute.

Replacing 1 in 3 Teachers

What's a Goal or Two or Three?

The School Board is revising the goals of the former board and members want to add many more.

What's a Goal or Two or Three?

Health Fair Helps Parents of Uninsured Children

Health Fair Helps Parents of Uninsured Children

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Fair Helps Parents of Uninsured Children

Health Fair Helps Parents of Uninsured Children

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health

Health

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Camps and School Notes

Camps and School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Camps and Schools

Camps and Schools

Schools

Schools

Camps and School Notes

Camps and School Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Faith

Faith

College Notes

College Notes

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

West Springfield Greets 'Road Dawgs'

Police station hosts county's first summer camp designed to help keep youths away from gangs.

West Springfield Greets 'Road Dawgs'

Vandals Desecrate Cemetery

Nearly 30 tombstones are damaged at Fairfax Station cemetery.

Vandals Desecrate Cemetery

Health

Health

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

A Sign for the Times

A Sign for the Times

Camps and School Notes

Camps and School Notes

Park Authority Approves Laurel Hill Plan

Park Authority Approves Laurel Hill Plan

'Same Old, Same Old'

Leaked 'Request For Proposal' for Kings Crossing not 'Real Favored Plan.'

'Same Old, Same Old'

Builder Ranks in Big 50

Home Equity Builders is an award-winning company that values quality in many forms.

Builder Ranks in Big 50

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

News Briefs

News Briefs

Gambling Ring Busted

Centreville couple charged with running illegal card games.

Gambling Ring Busted

Tracing POWs in Fairfax

Abu Ghraib prompts local historian to study World War II camp.

Tracing POWs in Fairfax

Quogue Takes a Road Trip

Local band makes plans to move to Charlottesville.

Quogue Takes a Road Trip

Psychic Readings

Psychic Readings

Calendar

Calendar

Seven Schools Fail, Sanctions Avoided

The No Child Left Behind report cards have been handed out and seven Loudoun schools fail.

Seven Schools Fail, Sanctions Avoided

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health

Health

Faith

Faith

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith

Faith

Tuesday, August 24

Crime

Crime

Crime Report

Crime Report

Whitman Strives to Continue, Enhance Tradition

Back to School, Walt Whitman High School

Whitman Strives to Continue, Enhance Tradition

Man Drowns in Potomac

Man Drowns in Potomac

Crime Report

Crime Report

Wayside Grows and Develops

Back to School, Wayside

Wayside Grows and Develops

Construction Underway at Potomac United Methodist

Construction Underway at Potomac United Methodist

Debating the Debate

Will there be a debate? Will anyone watch it if there is?

Debating the Debate

Beverly Farms Rolls Out New Curriculum

Back to School, Beverly Farms Elementary

Beverly Farms Rolls Out New Curriculum

Robert Frost Gets Set for New Year

Back to School, Robert Frost Middle School

Robert Frost Gets Set for New Year

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

Whitman Strives to Continue, Enhance Tradition

Back to School, Walt Whitman High School

Whitman Strives to Continue, Enhance Tradition

Crime Report

Crime Report

Tysons Bank Robbed in Daylight

Tysons Bank Robbed in Daylight

Wayside Grows and Develops

Back to School, Wayside

Wayside Grows and Develops

Construction Underway at Potomac United Methodist

Construction Underway at Potomac United Methodist

Crime Report

Crime Report

Robots Take Over at Scotland

Robots Take Over at Scotland

Robert Frost Gets Set for New Year

Back to School, Robert Frost Middle School

Robert Frost Gets Set for New Year

Nonprofit Honors Congressmen

Nonprofit Honors Congressmen

Fast Car To Slow

Down Speedy Drivers

Fast Car To Slow

Rain Garden Plan Raises Questions

Expert to meet with Planning Commission on Monday.

Rain Garden Plan Raises Questions

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Free Clinic Serves Disadvantaged

The Herndon Free Clinic provided its 1,000th free physical last week to a child from a low-income family.

Free Clinic Serves Disadvantaged

Crab Feast Crawling Into Town

The Great Falls Lions Club hopes to make this year's event the best yet.

Crab Feast Crawling Into Town

Crime Report

Crime Report

Two Schools Must Offer Choice

Dogwood Elementary in Reston and McNair Elementary in Herndon are the only two county schools required to offer school choice.

Two Schools Must Offer Choice

46 Arrested at Wolf Trap

46 Arrested at Wolf Trap

Free Clinic Serves Disadvantaged

The Herndon Free Clinic provided its 1,000th free physical last week to a child from a low-income family.

Free Clinic Serves Disadvantaged

Robots Take Over at Scotland

Robots Take Over at Scotland

For Police, Fun Starts When Sun Sets

On the street with the Herndon Police.

For Police, Fun Starts When Sun Sets

46 Arrested at Wolf Trap

46 Arrested at Wolf Trap

Crab Feast Crawling Into Town

The Great Falls Lions Club hopes to make this year's event the best yet.

Crab Feast Crawling Into Town

Middle Schools Prepare

As summer slips away, schools clean up.

Middle Schools Prepare

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Middle School Prepares to Open Doors

Administrators are polishing the halls and programs that will be offered this year.

Middle School Prepares to Open Doors

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

Camps and Schools Notes

Camps and Schools Notes

Two Schools Must Offer Choice

Dogwood Elementary in Reston and McNair Elementary in Herndon are the only two county schools required to offer school choice.

Two Schools Must Offer Choice

Commercial Real Estate Market Picking Up

Fewer office building vacancies eases property tax burden on local residents.

Commercial Real Estate Market Picking Up

Middle Schools Prepare to Open Doors

Administrators are polishing the halls and programs that will be offered this year.

Middle Schools Prepare to Open Doors

Calendar

Calendar

Middle School Prepares to Open Doors

Administrators are polishing the halls and programs that will be offered this year.

Middle School Prepares to Open Doors

Thursday, August 19

Singles Gather to Improve Social Life

Sterling Singles offers a social outlet for unmarried Northern Virginians.

Singles Gather to Improve Social Life

Residents Arrested in Gang Sting

Residents Arrested in Gang Sting

Schools Lack Full Slate of Teachers

Loudoun County Public Schools needs more special education teachers.

Schools Lack Full Slate of Teachers

A Perfect Serve

Ashburn Farm's tennis pro supports charity tournaments and prepares a team for national championship.

A Perfect Serve

Wednesday, August 18

Roy Rogers Closes Its Doors in Hybla Valley

Todd's three other franchises are still going strong.

Roy Rogers Closes Its Doors in Hybla Valley

Triathlon Enters 21st Year

Triathlon Enters 21st Year

National Bones Fest Comes to Reston

Annual festival for bones players will be held this weekend at Lake Anne Plaza in Reston and at Holy Cross Lutheran Church in Herndon.

National Bones Fest Comes to Reston

Feeling Targeted, Unwelcome

At a gay and lesbian social gathering in Reston last week, many expressed outrage at General Assembly's "sexual apartheid."

Feeling Targeted, Unwelcome

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

Crime

Crime

Roy Rogers Closes Its Doors in Hybla Valley

Todd's three other franchises are still going strong.

Roy Rogers Closes Its Doors in Hybla Valley

Crime

Crime

Bonnie, Charley Leave Little Trace

Predicted weather served as good training for future storms.

Bonnie, Charley Leave Little Trace

Profile of the Week

Man Behind the Tournament

Profile of the Week

BB Gun Shooting Hits Man, Jimmy's, Cars

Culprits still unknown.

BB Gun Shooting Hits Man, Jimmy's, Cars

Summer Graduates Receive Advice on Life

Speaker tells graduates that friends and families are worth more than raises and headlines.

Summer Graduates Receive Advice on Life

Jimmy's Tournament Raises $7,000

Jimmy's Tournament Raises $7,000

Elementary Schools Gear Up

Schools prepare for first day.

Elementary Schools Gear Up

Triathlon Enters 21st Year

Triathlon Enters 21st Year

Superintendent Makes Debut

Jack Dale bids summer graduates hello and to his new position

Superintendent Makes Debut

Defending Against Biohazards

Defending Against Biohazards

Leonard Lee Reese Jr. Dies at 83

Leonard Lee Reese Jr. Dies at 83

Cruising Into Clifton

Cruising Into Clifton

Weddings

Kathleen Hunt Weds Mark Rustin

Weddings

Nightlife

Nightlife

Field Complex Progresses

Field Complex Progresses

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Spirit Triumphs over Disability for Terrorist Victim

Peruvian hiker leads the way.

Spirit Triumphs over Disability for Terrorist Victim

Learning to Dance the Joan Izzo Way

Chantilly dance studio emphasizes self-esteem, technique.

Learning to Dance the Joan Izzo Way

Police Report

Police Report

Artist Tricks Passers-By with Eye-Catching Mural

Artist Tricks Passers-By with Eye-Catching Mural

People Notes

People Notes

Local Artists Selected for Festival

24 of the region's best will be exhibiting their talents.

Local Artists Selected for Festival

New Vintage Clothing Store Opens in Old Town

Many rare treasures can be found at Elinor Coleman's new store.

New Vintage Clothing Store Opens in Old Town

Man Arrested After Abduction Attempt

Man Arrested After Abduction Attempt

Cultural Display

Cultural Display

Man Arrested for Gang Killing

Wilfredo Montoya-Baires is one of two men charged in a suspected gang-related murder.

Man Arrested for Gang Killing

Bike Trail To Close

Bike Trail To Close

City Manager Search Continues

City Manager Search Continues

Perry Promotes David

Cathy David will be Alexandria’s new assistant superintendent of schools for curriculum and instruction.

Perry Promotes David

Chatham Square Nears

Resident selection process underway.

Chatham Square Nears

The Storm That Wasn't

The Storm That Wasn't

Sprinting to the Rescue

Ingenuity challenges disaster.

Sprinting to the Rescue

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

CALENDAR

CALENDAR

Calendar

Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Calendar

Calendar

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Two Cases of West Nile Virus Confirmed

Two Cases of West Nile Virus Confirmed

Two Cases of West Nile Virus Confirmed

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health

Health

Faith

Faith

Health Notes

Includes "Seniors in Action"

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith

Faith

Faith

Faith

Camps and Schools Notes

Camps and Schools Notes

Real Estate

Real Estate

Delivering Food for Body and Spirit

Fire department volunteers donate days off.

Delivering Food for Body and Spirit

Woodson Convicted In Egging

Samuel Howard Woodson IV was found guilty of destruction of property.

Woodson Convicted In Egging

New in Elementary Schools

Principals describe new staff, programs.

New in Elementary Schools

Schools Count Down To September

Schools Count Down To September

Reston's Iron Man

Terrie Smith, who recently overcame cancer of the esophagus, will compete in the upcoming Reston Triathlon.

Reston's Iron Man

Mentor Program Seeks to End Bullying

New program at South Lakes High School will partner upperclassmen mentors with freshmen.

Mentor Program Seeks to End Bullying

Schools & Camps

Schools & Camps

Calendar

Calendar

Health

Health

Health

Health

Tuesday, August 17

Cloak and Dagger Concert at Meadowlark

Cloak and Dagger Concert at Meadowlark

Crime Report

Crime Report

Rain Clears up in Time for Radio King Orchestra

Chamber Provides Refreshments for Concert at Lee District Park.

Rain Clears up in Time for Radio King Orchestra

New Principal, New Pumpkin Patch for Cabin John

Interview with Cabin John Principal Paulette Smith

New Principal, New Pumpkin Patch for Cabin John

Residents Arrested in Gang Sting

Law enforcement authorities have made arrests in Sterling an Ashburn.

Residents Arrested in Gang Sting

Under The Sheltering Plexiglas

500 new bus shelters coming to the county, 400 with advertising.

Under The Sheltering Plexiglas

New Grades Take Hold at Cold Spring

Interview with Cold Spring Principal Martin Barnett

New Grades Take Hold at Cold Spring

All-Day Kindergarten Starts at Bells Mill

Interview with Bells Mill Principal Jerri Oglesby

All-Day Kindergarten Starts at Bells Mill

News Briefs

News Briefs

New Computers, Online Attendance at Hoover

Interview with Hoover Principal Billie Jean Bensen

New Computers, Online Attendance at Hoover

This Week in Potomac 8-14-04

This Week in Potomac 8-14-04

Civic Calendar 8-18-04

Civic Calendar 8-18-04

Potomac Prepares to Go Back to School

Back to School: 2004-05

Potomac Prepares to Go Back to School

McLean Student Succeeds With STRIVE

McLean Student Succeeds With STRIVE

Brouhaha of Biblical Proportions

Jews for Jesus prepares to hit the area in an evangelical campaign.

Brouhaha of Biblical Proportions

Entrepreneur Meets the President

Entrepreneur Meets the President

Orchestra Makes Music at Meadowlark

McLean Orchestra and Meadowlark Gardens pair to offer free concert.

Orchestra Makes Music at Meadowlark

McLean Resident Volunteers for MS Walk

Lisa Samuels gets involved for her aunt.

McLean Resident Volunteers for MS Walk

An Inkling to Write

Oakton woman pens novel on courtship in C.S. Lewis' Oxford.

An Inkling to Write

News Briefs

News Briefs

To Mulch or Not to Mulch?

Planning Commission votes to discontinue leaf mulching while continuing annual fall leaf collection.

To Mulch or Not to Mulch?

Potomac Prepares to Go Back to School

Back to School: 2004-05

Potomac Prepares to Go Back to School

All Aboard

Model trains run at the Fairfax Station Museum on Sunday.

All Aboard

Running for a Cure

Area residents to run in Labor Day half-marathon to raise money for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.

Running for a Cure

A Wandering Church Finds Its Home

Fairfax church braces for construction of a new church building.

A Wandering Church Finds Its Home

All Aboard

Model trains run at the Fairfax Station Museum on Sunday.

All Aboard

Planning Fairfax's Birthday Party

Fairfax residents organize events to celebrate the City's 200th anniversary in 2005.

Planning Fairfax's Birthday Party

Volunteer

Volunteer

Community Briefs

Community Briefs

Focusing on Four Mile Run

Community meetings scheduled for September.

Focusing on Four Mile Run

Running for a Cure

Area residents to run in Labor Day half-marathon to raise money for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.

Running for a Cure

People

People

Great Falls Schools Get Ready

New teachers and new programs mark the new school year.

Great Falls Schools Get Ready

Council OKs Windover Heights House

Decision was split on whether the proposed house for 315 Windover Ave., N.W., was in accordance with the ordinance for the historic district.

Council OKs Windover Heights House

Bringing Bread to Burke

Bringing Bread to Burke

This Week in Potomac 8-14-04

This Week in Potomac 8-14-04

Dollars to Bush, Then Kerry

Eastern Loudoun campaign contributors favor Bush 3-1.

Dollars to Bush, Then Kerry

Future Olympic Swimmers Wanted

Club to convert pool into indoor facility.

Future Olympic Swimmers Wanted

Churchill Graduates Reunite to Create a New Voice

New Web site provides political entertainment and information to Americans with any affiliation.

Churchill Graduates Reunite to Create a New Voice

A Wandering Church Finds Its Home

Fairfax church braces for construction of a new church building.

A Wandering Church Finds Its Home

Jews for Jesus Campaign Comes to Area

Jew for Jesus prepares to hit the area in an evangelical campaign.

Jews for Jesus Campaign Comes to Area

News Briefs

News Briefs

Molly Schechter’s Boys Say Thanks

Potomac woman ran a Washington bar that was a home away from home for Marines.

Molly Schechter’s Boys Say Thanks

Will Some Schools Face Sanctions?

No Child’ results due this week; some Arlington parents could soon be considering transfer options.

Will Some Schools Face Sanctions?

Spending Summertime Learning

Eight McLean High School students attended Virginia's Governor School.

Spending Summertime Learning

Profile

Spotlight on Ed Plaugher

Profile

Scotland Community Center Director Loves His Work

Neighbor Profile: Tony Edghill

Scotland Community Center Director Loves His Work

Bringing Bread to Burke

Bringing Bread to Burke

Running for a Cure

Area residents to run in Labor Day half-marathon to raise money for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.

Running for a Cure

News Briefs

News Briefs

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

Arlington Casts Electronic Votes

The WINvote machine looks like a flat-screen computer monitor and has improved accessibility for those with disabilities.

Arlington Casts Electronic Votes

Live Music

Live Music

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Camps and Schools Notes

Camps and Schools Notes

Camps and schools

Camps and schools

College Notes

College Notes

Immersion Appeal Denied

Judge refuses to overturn Board of Education decision.

Immersion Appeal Denied

News Briefs

News Briefs

All Aboard

Model trains run at the Fairfax Station Museum on Sunday.

All Aboard

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Bethesda Man Heads for Olympics

Juan Valdivieso competes for Peru in Athens.

Bethesda Man Heads for Olympics

Scotland Community Center Director Loves His Work

Neighbor Profile: Tony Edghill

Scotland Community Center Director Loves His Work

Civic Calendar 8-18-04

Civic Calendar 8-18-04

Camps and Schools Notes

Camps and Schools Notes

Crime Report

Crime Report

Construction of Freedom Memorial Begins

Construction of Freedom Memorial Begins

Seeing the Library as Community Center

Seeing the Library as Community Center

All the Way to the Top

Community role trumps national attention for local businesswoman.

All the Way to the Top

The Graduates

The Graduates

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Schools

Schools

Monday, August 16

Two Cases of West Nile Virus Confirmed

Fairfax County finds two birds with West Nile.

Two Cases of West Nile Virus Confirmed

Health Notes

Health Notes

Thursday, August 12

Victim's Relatives Decry Plea Agreement

Lathram faces up to 95 years in jail for involuntary manslaughter.

Victim's Relatives Decry Plea Agreement

Clinic Provides Health Care for Uninsured

The Loudoun Community Free Clinic offers treatment for the 30,000 Loudoun residents without health insurance.

Clinic Provides Health Care for Uninsured

Wednesday, August 11

Businesses Brace for New Overtime Rules

New federal rules change who is eligible to receive time-and-a-half pay for working more than 40 hours per week.

Businesses Brace for New Overtime Rules

Bush or Kerry?

Reston residents have contributed more than $120,000 to Bush and Kerry presidential election campaigns.

Bush or Kerry?

More Multiple Choice For Loudoun Students

Benchmark testing will help teachers determine students' understanding of the Standards of Learning.

More Multiple Choice For Loudoun Students

Unanimous Decision

Newly approved zoning ordinance targets overcrowding.

Unanimous Decision

Gas Leak Strikes Store

The Route 7 Food Lion is evacuated; one employee is taken to the hospital.

Gas Leak Strikes Store

Snapshot of the Week

Snapshot of the Week

Grumman to Open New Facility in Chantilly

The TASC unit currently employs 1,660 people.

Grumman to Open New Facility in Chantilly

Fresh Air Fund Offers Dream Vacation to N.Y. Boy

Boy spends dream vacation with Janas family of Clifton

Fresh Air Fund Offers Dream Vacation to N.Y. Boy

Powell Helps Plan Centreville Day

The newe chairman of the Centreville Community Foundation has some surprises planned

Powell Helps Plan Centreville Day

Pipeline Plunges under Water

New gas pipeline would run under Fountainhead Park and Occoquan Reservoir.

Pipeline Plunges under Water

HHS Class of 54 Celebrates 50th Reunion

HHS Class of 54 Celebrates 50th Reunion

Gen. John Pope: A Hard Luck General

Hated in Virginia, respected in Minnesota

Gen. John Pope: A Hard Luck General

Enterprise Street Serves Varied Tastes

Small shopping center is home to five restaurants.

Enterprise Street Serves Varied Tastes

New Rabbi Leads Northern Virginia Congregation

Three-year process ends with Robert Nosanchuk's selection.

New Rabbi Leads Northern Virginia Congregation

Fair Lakes 8K Race Is on the Horizon

Race to raise money for people needing bone-marrow donations.

Fair Lakes 8K Race Is on the Horizon

Enterprise Street Serves Varied Tastes

Small shopping center is home to four restaurants.

Enterprise Street Serves Varied Tastes

4-H Fair At Frying Pan Park

4-H Fair At Frying Pan Park

Robinson Terminal Vandalized Again

Robinson Terminal Vandalized Again

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Business Briefs

Business Briefs

Construction Start Delayed

Later start for planned construction at T.C. Williams High School said not to affect completion of project.

Construction Start Delayed

230 Years of 'Friendship'

Community helps celebrate fire association's anniversary.

230 Years of 'Friendship'

Stitching for Soldiers

Stitching for Soldiers

Luby Sentenced to Community Service

Luby Sentenced to Community Service

Natural Theatricals Completes First Season

Husband and wife directors plan to reassess and announce plans for next summer.

Natural Theatricals Completes First Season

Week in Alexandria

Week in Alexandria

A Peach by Lots of Names

A Peach by Lots of Names

Obituary

Gregory Hale Jones; Florence Schuyler Deist

Obituary

People Notes

People Notes

School Focuses on Students with Disabilities

School Focuses on Students with Disabilities

Neighborhood

Old Town

Neighborhood

Turning Trash into Treasure

Freecycling uses e-mail to connect people who have things they want to throw away with others who want those things.

Turning Trash into Treasure

25th Annual Chili Cook-Off Small but Spicy

Annual chili cook-off moves to Hard Times Café parking lot.

25th Annual Chili Cook-Off Small but Spicy

Bridge Construction Consumes Burgundy Citgo

Service station is forced to close due to construction associated with Woodrow Wilson Bridge Project.

Bridge Construction Consumes Burgundy Citgo

Institute Interns Help Business Bottom Line

Internships prove mutually beneficial.

Institute Interns Help Business Bottom Line

Everything Was Just Peachy

Moon bounce, music enliven Wesley United Methodist's fourth annual peach festival

Everything Was Just Peachy

To Build or Renovate?

Loudoun considers razing a school and building a new one in its place.

To Build or Renovate?

Up to Date on Vaccine Shots?

Back to school means immunizations.

Up to Date on Vaccine Shots?

News You Can Use

Prevent Slips, Trips and Falls

News You Can Use

What Happened?

What Happened?

Fighting Risky Behavior with Recreation, Education

County program for youths living at Stonegate Village Apartments combines anti-drug and alcohol education with outdoor activities.

Fighting Risky Behavior with Recreation, Education

Faith Communities Unite To Aid Needy

Protestant, Catholic, Jewish, Muslim residents of Herndon and Reston will spend Sunday completing community service projects.

Faith Communities Unite To Aid Needy

Putting Love in a Box

The Love Box project has donated almost 9,000 shoe boxes filled with toys since 1998.

Putting Love in a Box

Monthly Yard Sale Canceled

Too many vendors break the rules.

Monthly Yard Sale Canceled

Coastal Flats Opens

New Fairfax Corner establishment is part of Great American Restaurants.

Coastal Flats Opens

Police Report

Police Report

Pursuing $500,000

Something New for Something Old: Fund drive to support Lee-Fendall House's restoration.

Pursuing $500,000

Alexandria Hosts Second 'John Fitzgerald Day'

Troy presses for renaming of park.

Alexandria Hosts Second 'John Fitzgerald Day'

Tuesday, August 10

Crime Report

Crime Report

Crime Report

Crime Report

Classic Chrome

Vienna and Oakton seniors admire antique cars of Sunrise Assisted Living's classic car show.

Classic Chrome

A 'Night Out' at Magruder's Discovery

National event seeks to build community.

A 'Night Out' at Magruder's Discovery

Fatal Crash on River Road

Fatal Crash on River Road

Neighbors Appeal Kendale School

Neighbors and PTA representatives trying to slow down construction process.

Neighbors Appeal Kendale School

Going to the Well for Uninsured

Burke couple organizes group to help uninsured woman get health care.

Going to the Well for Uninsured

Crime

Crime

News Briefs

News Briefs

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

Raphael House Director Moves On

Buchanan to leave Raphael House after 12 years.

Raphael House Director Moves On

Smith Takes Helm at Cabin John

Paulette Smith is the new principal at Cabin John Middle School.

Smith Takes Helm at Cabin John

Crime

Crime

Fire Engulfs McLean Dream Home

McLean home has $2 million damage from fire.

Fire Engulfs McLean Dream Home

A 'Night Out' at Magruder's Discovery

National event seeks to build community.

A 'Night Out' at Magruder's Discovery

Fatal Crash on River Road

Fatal Crash on River Road

Crime Report

Crime Report

Building Connections Between Virginia and Armenia

McLean resident is nominated to the state's Commission on Armenia.

Building Connections Between Virginia and Armenia

Treasure Trove Helps Fund Inova Prorams

The Treasure Trove, a volunteer-operated organization has been serving the McLean community for over 40 years.

Treasure Trove Helps Fund Inova Prorams

A Phone Directory for Parents

Vienna woman establishes a business out of creating a directory of area parents.

A Phone Directory for Parents

MPA President Enjoys McLean's Art Scene

MPA President Enjoys McLean's Art Scene

Raphael House Director Moves On

Buchanan to leave Raphael House after 12 years.

Raphael House Director Moves On

Young Musicians Perfect Their Skills

Fourth, fifth, sixth graders practice playing in an orchestra

Young Musicians Perfect Their Skills

Smith Takes Helm at Cabin John

Paulette Smith is the new principal at Cabin John Middle School.

Smith Takes Helm at Cabin John

Planning Virginia's Birthday Party

Vienna residents plan town events to commemorate the 400th anniversary of Jamestown in 2007.

Planning Virginia's Birthday Party

News Briefs

News Briefs

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Animal Shelter Hits New High in Adoptions

Animal Shelter Hits New High in Adoptions

Pipeline Plunges under Park, Reservoir

New gas pipeline would run under Fountainhead Park and Occoquan Reservoir.

Pipeline Plunges under Park, Reservoir

DoubleTree's New Leaf

Hotel is now a meeting center.

DoubleTree's New Leaf

Young Musicians Perfect Ther Skills

Fourth, fifth, sixth graders practice playing in an orchestra

Young Musicians Perfect Ther Skills

News Briefs

News Briefs

Helping Hands across the World

Peace Corps offers information session at Pohick Library.

Helping Hands across the World

Giving Thanks to Volunteers

The InterService Club Council recognizes the community's 2004 Volunteers of the Year.

Giving Thanks to Volunteers

Swythe Aims To Make a Name

Fairfax band prepares for heavy metal success.

Swythe Aims To Make a Name

Helping Hands across the World

Peace Corps offers information session at Pohick Library.

Helping Hands across the World

Troop 1346 Conducts Awards Ceremonies

Troop 1346 Conducts Awards Ceremonies

Swythe Aims To Make a Name

Fairfax band prepares for heavy metal success.

Swythe Aims To Make a Name

Lights, Camera, Film Camp

Great Falls brothers team up to offer film camp.

Lights, Camera, Film Camp

Pipeline Plunges under Park, Reservoir

New gas pipeline would run under Fountainhead Park and Occoquan Reservoir.

Pipeline Plunges under Park, Reservoir

Fire Engulfs McLean Dream Home

Mclean home has $2 million damage from fire.

Fire Engulfs McLean Dream Home

A Life Made Normal

Fairfax boy recovers from successful liver transplant.

A Life Made Normal

Swythe Aims To Make a Name

Fairfax band prepares for heavy metal success.

Swythe Aims To Make a Name

Where There’s Smoke, There’s Fire

House fire on Rock Run Drive.

Where There’s Smoke, There’s Fire

Bush Rally Draws Supporters, Protesters

Bush Rally Draws Supporters, Protesters

Swythe Aims To Make a Name

Fairfax band prepares for heavy metal success.

Swythe Aims To Make a Name

Bush Rally Draws Supporters, Protesters

Bush Rally Draws Supporters, Protesters

Pipeline Plunges under Park, Reservoir

New gas pipeline would run under Fountainhead Park and Occoquan Reservoir.

Pipeline Plunges under Park, Reservoir

Bush Rally Draws Supporters, Protesters

Bush Rally Draws Supporters, Protesters

Calender

Calender

Ongoing

Ongoing

Helping Hands across the World

Peace Corps offers information session at Pohick Library.

Helping Hands across the World

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Calender

Calender

Ongoing

Ongoing

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Rats Are at the Door

Awareness needed to get rid of rats.

Rats Are at the Door

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith

Faith

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith

Faith

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Faith

Faith

School Notes

School Notes

Camps and Schools Notes

Camps and Schools Notes

Camps and Schools

Camps and Schools

Camps & Schools Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

College Notes

College Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Schools Notes

Schools Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Camps and Schools

Camps and Schools

Where There’s Smoke, There’s Fire

House fire on Rock Run Drive.

Where There’s Smoke, There’s Fire

DoubleTree's New Leaf

Hotel is now a meeting center.

DoubleTree's New Leaf

Great Falls Student to Peform in Opera

Washington National Opera's children's camp will perform new opera this weekend.

Great Falls Student to Peform in Opera

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Town Residents Pound the Pavement

Vienna residents volunteer to be auxiliary police officers.

Town Residents Pound the Pavement

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Crime Report

Crime Report

Crime

Crime

Troop 1346 Conducts Awards Ceremonies

Troop 1346 Conducts Awards Ceremonies

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Ongoing

Ongoing

Crime Report

Crime Report

Neighbors Appeal Kendale School

Neighbors and PTA representatives trying to slow down construction process.

Neighbors Appeal Kendale School

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Health Notes

Health Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Thursday, August 5

County Gains Investigator

New position focuses on county work force.

County Gains Investigator

Simpson Needs Deputies

County officials are looking at feasibility of adding 165 positions.

Simpson Needs Deputies

Grappling with Truck Safety

County to add two inspectors to improve truck safety.

Grappling with Truck Safety

Inspectors To Crack Down on Overcrowding

Committees vote to hire two more inspectors and to adopt sections of the building code.

Inspectors To Crack Down on Overcrowding

Wednesday, August 4

One Step Closer to Laurel Hill Arts Center

Board approves rezoning to place arts community on old prison site.

One Step Closer to Laurel Hill Arts Center

'Runaways' Home in Vienna

Vienna's summer youth theater group tackles a musical about the lives of runaways on the streets.

'Runaways' Home in Vienna

Police Report

Police Report

Crime Report

Crime Report

Crime Report

Crime Report

Kings Crossing Neighbors' Land Bulldozed

Developer vows to correct mistake.

Kings Crossing Neighbors' Land Bulldozed

Lights On for Safety

Mount Vernon neighborhoods participate in National Night Out.

Lights On for Safety

Crime Report

Crime Report

Rethinking Reston's Future

RCA takes fresh look at Reston 2000 plan.

Rethinking Reston's Future

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

Crime Report

Crime Report

Weekly Police Beat

Weekly Police Beat

Lights On for Safety

Mount Vernon neighborhoods participate in National Night Out.

Lights On for Safety

Wild, Wily Coyotes

oyotes in Great Falls are here to stay.

Wild, Wily Coyotes

Activities Abound at Gum Springs Community Center

Field trips, games fill teens' summer.

Activities Abound at Gum Springs Community Center

Stormwater Utility Fee Possible

Supervisors move to counter impact of stormwater runoff.

Stormwater Utility Fee Possible

Eaglets Have Been Named

Evan Morris wins the contest.

Eaglets Have Been Named

Warner Meets with Seniors

Governor talks about graying society, at Greenspring Village.

Warner Meets with Seniors

Crime Report

Crime Report

Symphony Holds Garden Party

Symphony Holds Garden Party

Historic District: Up for Review?

The Vienna Town Council hears an appeal on a Windover Heights Board of Review decision.

Historic District: Up for Review?

Officials Launch $200 Million Facility

State-of-the-art technology will purify wastewater.

Officials Launch $200 Million Facility

Welcoming French Students

Students get crash course in American life.

Welcoming French Students

Breast Cancer Survivor Walks For a Cure

Breast Cancer Survivor Walks For a Cure

Vivé La France

The Coopers of Clifton host French foreign exchange student.

Vivé La France

Summers in the States

Fairfax Presbyterian hosts eight Belarussian children as part of the Children of Chernobyl program.

Summers in the States

Cardinal Cup Coming Aug. 21-22

SYA kicks off fund-raising for its Fields of Dreams

Cardinal Cup Coming Aug. 21-22

One Step Closer to Laurel Hill Arts Center

Board approves rezoning to place arts community on old prison site.

One Step Closer to Laurel Hill Arts Center

Communities Celebrate Nat'l Night Out

Block parties held to show support of police.

Communities Celebrate Nat'l Night Out

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Burke Centre Board Removes President

Trustees vote to demote Luanne Smith over community's objections.

Burke Centre Board Removes President

One Step Closer to Laurel Hill Arts Center

Board approves rezoning to place arts community on old prison site.

One Step Closer to Laurel Hill Arts Center

Land Use

Land Use

The Push For Power

Dominion Virginia Power still supports overhead power lines to service western Loudoun despite community protest.

The Push For Power

Work Begins on Watershed Project

Developers will pay for almost $7 million worth of stream restoration in Reston over next decade.

Work Begins on Watershed Project

Pooja Spices Offers Foods from Around Globe

Owners cater to customers' international tastes.

Pooja Spices Offers Foods from Around Globe

Neighborhoods -- Goodwin House, Seminary Valley

Neighborhoods -- Goodwin House, Seminary Valley

Hungry residents in Ashburn now have more dining options.

Hungry residents in Ashburn now have more dining options.

Board Plans New Vote

Following requests and court petition by local ministers, School Board has decided to hold new vote for vice chair.

Board Plans New Vote

Alexandria Summer Crew Closes on High

Summer program makes changes and recovers following death of John Steve Catillo, a 20-year-old coach.

Alexandria Summer Crew Closes on High

Affordable Housing: By Whom?

City struggles with how to afford affordable housing.

Affordable Housing: By Whom?

Talbert Killed In Iraq

T.C. graduate served with National Guard.

Talbert Killed In Iraq

Focusing on Four Mile Run

Community meetings scheduled for September.

Focusing on Four Mile Run

Farewell to Century of Alexandria History

Family, friends remember Sue Perry.

Farewell to Century of Alexandria History

Kings Crossing Neighbors' Land Bulldozed

Developer vows to correct mistake.

Kings Crossing Neighbors' Land Bulldozed

Carjacking Suspects at Large

By Carla Branch

Carjacking Suspects at Large

Community' Judge Praised

Retired, Stephen Rideout's mission to help children unchanged.

Community' Judge Praised

Truck Damages Property in New Alexandria

Community looks for reparation and damage control.

Truck Damages Property in New Alexandria

Warner Meets with Seniors

Governor talks about graying society, at Greenspring Village.

Warner Meets with Seniors

Obituary

Rosalie Foley Daigle

Obituary

Denise Medved Releases Second Book

"tiny kitchen" Book Signing Held at Gallery Lafayette.

Denise Medved Releases Second Book

McClain Leads Group With a 'Caring Heart'

McClain Leads Group With a 'Caring Heart'

Business Briefs

Business Briefs

Week in Alexandria

Week in Alexandria

Drowning in Flooding Problems

Homeowner spars with Park Authority over consequences of ball-field grading.

Drowning in Flooding Problems

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate

Real Estate

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Primetime

Primetime

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Camps and Schools Notes

Camps and Schools Notes

Camps and Schools Notes

Camps and Schools Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Camps and Schools Notes

Camps and Schools Notes

Camps and Schools Notes

Camps and Schools Notes

Camps and Schools Notes

Camps and Schools Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Town Planners Mull Mulch Options

Planning Commission hears arguments for and against leaf mulching at town-owned Beulah Road site.

Town Planners Mull Mulch Options

'Pioneer Farmers' Share Their Knowledge

Summer Interns Share Stories

'Pioneer Farmers' Share Their Knowledge

Rats Are at the Door

Awareness needed to get rid of rats.

Rats Are at the Door

Weighing 'Civil Rights and Civil Wrongs'

Members of a Reston church advocate a plan to increase diversity at TJ High School.

Weighing 'Civil Rights and Civil Wrongs'

Residents Complain about RELAC System

The Lake Anne air conditioning system's owners say they plan to improve its efficiency next year.

Residents Complain about RELAC System

Hashing On On On

The Great Falls Hash House Harriers run each week in Reston, Herndon, and the surrounding area.

Hashing On On On

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

Weight Gone — Fame Arrived

Mount Vernon resident rises to Dr. Phil's "Ultimate Weight-loss Challenge."

Weight Gone — Fame Arrived

Greater Density?

Commission reviews Elkins Heights subdivision.

Greater Density?

National Night Out

National Night Out

Wily Coyotes: Nuisance Animal Thriving

Coyotes in Great Falls are here to stay.

Wily Coyotes: Nuisance Animal Thriving

Aldie Mill Prepares for New Owner

Virginia Outdoors Foundation is ready to turn over stewardship of the mill after 23 years of restoration.

Aldie Mill Prepares for New Owner

Joining National Night Out

Crime prevention program brings neighbors together.

Joining National Night Out

Church Offers Divorce Recovery

Fairfax Church of Christ offers hope in support group.

Church Offers Divorce Recovery

More Than a School ...

Proposed renovations could impact community use of Fairfax High School.

More Than a School ...

Still Seeking Leads

Alisha Johnson's murder: 8 years later.

Still Seeking Leads

At Cappies: Three One-Acts Comprise 'Playz!'

Cappie Review

At Cappies: Three One-Acts Comprise 'Playz!'

At Cappies: Three One-Acts Comprise 'Playz!'

At Cappies: Three One-Acts Comprise 'Playz!'

School Notes

School Notes

Red Cross Community Service Program

News You Can Use

Red Cross Community Service Program

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Tuesday, August 3

News Briefs

News Briefs

News Briefs

News Briefs

Crime

Crime

Crime

Crime

Some People Like the Dentist

Potomac’s Tris Kruger helps people in Dominican Republic.

Some People Like the Dentist

Crime

Crime

Run, Swim and Ride for a Cure

Mike Duncan plans to race in triathlon to raise funds for autism research.

Run, Swim and Ride for a Cure

Prelude to a Convention

Maryland’s lieutenant governor visits Potomac.

Prelude to a Convention

Srour Wins One

Planning Board decision is overturned by Circuit Court.

Srour Wins One

Dumpster Wedged Under McLean Bridge

Rains swept trash, debris and heavy objects into Pimmit Run.

Dumpster Wedged Under McLean Bridge

Tysons Skyline to Change Again

New office complex will link businesses.

Tysons Skyline to Change Again

Srour Wins One

Planning Board decision is overturned by Circuit Court.

Srour Wins One

Warner Taps Andrews for State Board

Former Vienna police officer will serve on Juvenile Justice Advisory Board.

Warner Taps Andrews for State Board

New Grand Knight

New Grand Knight

News Briefs

News Briefs

Visiting Great Falls from France

As a member of the World Exchange Program, Sophie Drouin, a student from Marseilles, France, has been visiting the home of Amy Koenig since July 12.

Visiting Great Falls from France

Vandals Target Area Gardens

Homeowners wake to find new gardens vandalized.

Vandals Target Area Gardens

Lillian Lowery Returns to Lead Cluster VII

Former Fairfax Principal Returns to FCPS

Lillian Lowery Returns to Lead Cluster VII

Going to the Well for Uninsured

Burke couple organizes group to help uninsured woman get health care.

Going to the Well for Uninsured

McLean Writer Retells Cherokee Story

Local author pens historical novel detailing the Trail of Tears.

McLean Writer Retells Cherokee Story

Going to the Well for Uninsured Women

Burke couple organizes group to help uninsured woman get health care.

Going to the Well for Uninsured Women

A Life Made Normal

Fairfax boy recovers from successful liver transplant.

A Life Made Normal

Feline Owes Life to 2 Boys, SPCA

Malnutrition and neglect hit Angel hard.

Feline Owes Life to 2 Boys, SPCA

Amphora Bakery & Cafe Opens

Amphora Bakery & Cafe Opens

News Briefs

News Briefs

A Sense of Place

Camp helps children with sensory integration issues.

A Sense of Place

Goodwin Succeeds Marco at Whitman

Alan Goodwin brings 30 years of county schools experience and becomes Whitman’s first new principal in 30 years.

Goodwin Succeeds Marco at Whitman

Vandals Target Burke Garden

Homeowners wake to find new gardens vandalized.

Vandals Target Burke Garden

A Life Made Normal

Fairfax boy recovers from successful liver transplant.

A Life Made Normal

Signed, Sealed and Delivered

Petition drive successful, voters will decide in November.

Signed, Sealed and Delivered

Project for the Arts Announces Fall Season

A tribute to a local artist plus two other shows are planned.

Project for the Arts Announces Fall Season

Some People Like the Dentist

Potomac’s Tris Kruger helps people in Dominican Republic.

Some People Like the Dentist

Herndon HighÕs Class of Õ54 Celebrates 50th Reunion

Herndon HighÕs Class of Õ54 Celebrates 50th Reunion

News Briefs

News Briefs

French Exchange Student Visits McLean Household

McLean family and French exchange student discover each others' cultures through World Exchange Program.

French Exchange Student Visits McLean Household

Calendar

Calendar

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Calendar

Calendar

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Calendar

Calendar

Faith

Faith

Schools notes

Schools notes

Faith

Faith

No Entry Without a Physical

Physicals are available for the uninsured.

No Entry Without a Physical

McLean Writer Retells Cherokee Story

Local author pens historical novel detailing the Trail of Tears.

McLean Writer Retells Cherokee Story

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

A Life Made Normal

Fairfax boy recovers from successful liver transplant.

A Life Made Normal

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

News Briefs

News Briefs

Run, Swim and Ride for a Cure

Mike Duncan plans to race in triathlon to raise funds for autism research.

Run, Swim and Ride for a Cure

Faith

Faith

Sunday, August 1

Reston: A Place to Live, Work, Play and Serve

Reston: A Place to Live, Work, Play and Serve

Voting

Voting

Getting Involved

Reston Association

Getting Involved

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Public Library

Public Library

Welcome

Welcome

Public Schools

Public Schools

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

By the Numbers

By the Numbers

By the Numbers

By the Numbers

Reston: A Place to Live, Work, Play and Serve

Reston: A Place to Live, Work, Play and Serve

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Public Library

Public Library

Faith

Faith

The Changing Face of Reston

Major Development and redevelopment projects around Reston may evolve the character of the community.

The Changing Face of Reston

The Changing Face of Reston

Major Development and redevelopment projects around Reston may evolve the character of the community.

The Changing Face of Reston

Reston Through Time

Reston Through Time

Post Offices

Post Offices

Welcome

Welcome

Faith

Faith

Parks & Recreation

Parks & Recreation

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Voting

Voting