Stories for February 2004

Stories for February 2004

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Thursday, February 26

Cerulean Groove

Cerulean Groove

Wednesday, February 25

Reston-Based WorldCamps Serves South Africa

Children learn about HIV/AIDS in camp setting.

Reston-Based WorldCamps Serves South Africa

Police Notes

Police Notes

Four Seek At-Large Seat

RA's North Point and Lake Anne/Tall Oaks races also to be filled.

Four Seek At-Large Seat

Police Notes

Police Notes

Beat of a Different Drummer

Vienna resident leads drumming circles.

Beat of a Different Drummer

People

People

Clubs

Clubs

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Business Notes

Business Notes

Clubs

Clubs

Volunteer

Volunteer

People Notes

People Notes

Residents Want Sense of Place

Town meeting on McLean revitalization sparks discussion on creating a downtown.

Residents Want Sense of Place

Father of Three Killed on Parkway

Father of Three Killed on Parkway

Three-Vehicle Accident Halts Route 28 Traffic

Three-Vehicle Accident Halts Route 28 Traffic

Guilty Plea to Attempted Grand Larceny

Guilty Plea to Attempted Grand Larceny

Woman Pleads Guilty to Financial Crimes

Woman Pleads Guilty to Financial Crimes

'Passion of the Christ'

Local churches hold special screenings, talks about movie.

'Passion of the Christ'

Architects Preview New Police Station

Police station project enters design and development phase.

Architects Preview New Police Station

Clifton Elem. Water's Safe

Despite lead found, school's water is OK for drinking.

Clifton Elem. Water's Safe

Calming Traffic along Hunter Mill

Citizens discuss traffic-calming measures for 7.2-mile byway.

Calming Traffic along Hunter Mill

Volunteer

Volunteer

Clubs

Clubs

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Family Shelter to be Built Locally

Family Shelter to be Built Locally

Classes

Classes

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Classes

Classes

Classes

Classes

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

South Lakes Students Take Art Awards

Benbow receives $1,000 scholarship.

South Lakes Students Take Art Awards

Public or Private

Supervisors examine which county services to outsource.

Public or Private

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Depicting the Streets

Vienna painter receives recognition for his recreations of New York scenes from the 1940s and ‘50s.

Depicting the Streets

School Notes

School Notes

Whole Foods Aids Needy

Company's mission include community service.

Whole Foods Aids Needy

A Island Where Racial Equality Bloomed

For 40 years, Reston plays role in Virginia's struggle with race relations.

A Island Where Racial Equality Bloomed

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

Business Notes

Business Notes

Community Notes

Community Notes

Community Notes

Community Notes

Shared Driveways One Builder's Option

Pipestem driveway residents like the privacy.

Shared Driveways One Builder's Option

Three Robberies Yield 4 1/2 Years Prison

Three Robberies Yield 4 1/2 Years Prison

At the Movies

At the Movies

Cerulean Groove Plays CD Release Party

Cerulean Groove Plays CD Release Party

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Tuesday, February 24

Crime Report

Crime Report

County Employee Arrested for Embezzlement

County Employee Arrested for Embezzlement

Schools Exercise New Fitness Approach

Schools Exercise New Fitness Approach

Frankie Says ‘Twelfth Night’

Churchill sets the bard in the ‘80s.

Frankie Says ‘Twelfth Night’

Forman’s Grilled

Tree burns, but whose fault is it?

Forman’s Grilled

School Site Switch-A-Roo

Superintendent proposes a different alternative for land owned by school board.

School Site Switch-A-Roo

Islamabad Calling

Congressman assess situation in troubled regions.

Islamabad Calling

Where Will the Lead Go?

Cleanup continues at David Taylor.

Where Will the Lead Go?

Crime Report

Crime Report

Book 'Em

Read Across America at Bells Mill ES

Book 'Em

Students Honored for Community Service

Students Honored for Community Service

Report On Future of IMVH Expected Soon

A change to more positive atmosphere cited from task force.

Report On Future of IMVH Expected Soon

Where Will the Lead Go?

Cleanup continues at David Taylor.

Where Will the Lead Go?

Postmaster Says 'Goodbye'

Postmaster Says 'Goodbye'

Tysons Expansion Changes Traffic

Tysons Expansion Changes Traffic

From Here to There and Back

Rotary International visitors report on Scottish trip.

From Here to There and Back

Power to the Citizens

Part One: Mount Vernon Community Citizens Association

Power to the Citizens

Doctor Writes Prescription For Garage Cleaning

Doctor Writes Prescription For Garage Cleaning

Remaining Budget Schedule

Remaining Budget Schedule

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

South Riding Station Moves Forward

Late Application Changes Attract Criticism

South Riding Station Moves Forward

Tysons Expansion Changes Traffic

Tysons Expansion Changes Traffic

Deer-Eating Dog Apprehended

Deer-Eating Dog Apprehended

Military Notes

Military Notes

Social Issues, Budget Dominate Session

Second half likely to focus more on budget and taxes

Social Issues, Budget Dominate Session

Tax Bills, Social Bills

Tax Bills, Social Bills

100 Computers for 100 Days

Stratford Landing gets help from many sources.

100 Computers for 100 Days

Wrestling for Self-Esteem

Alexandria Police Athletic League help youngsters through sports.

Wrestling for Self-Esteem

Citizens Unite on VRE Parking

Citizens Unite on VRE Parking

Doctor Writes Prescription for Garage Cleanup

Doctor Writes Prescription for Garage Cleanup

Around Town

Around Town

Around Town

Around Town

Roundup

Roundup

Just In Case — There's CERT

Community responds and trains for emergencies.

Just In Case — There's CERT

More Enforcement against Over-crowding?

Recommending More Tax Relief for Elderly

More Enforcement against Over-crowding?

Presbytery and Church Debate Land Use

Presbytery and Church Debate Land Use

Historic Property Gets Subdivided

New pension plan worked out for police, firefighters.

Historic Property Gets Subdivided

City School Board Adopts New Budget

Laptops, math specialists added this year.

City School Board Adopts New Budget

Presbytery anad Church Debate Land Use

Presbytery anad Church Debate Land Use

75 Years and Growing

Military Officers association observe milestone.

75 Years and Growing

Business Notes

Business Notes

Robotics Competition at Hayfield

Robotics Competition at Hayfield

School Site Switch-A-Roo

Superintendent proposes a different alternative for land owned by school board.

School Site Switch-A-Roo

Mirant Plant Biggest Topic at Town Meeting

Rep. Moran answers concerns from citizens.

Mirant Plant Biggest Topic at Town Meeting

Easement Retained For Possible Future Trail Use

City Council acts on Buzzards Gap property.

Easement Retained For Possible Future Trail Use

Belvoir Access to Change

Belvoir Access to Change

Mayor: 'City In Great Shape'

Mayor: 'City In Great Shape'

Citizens unite On VRE Parking

Citizens unite On VRE Parking

Possible Norovirus Strikes Alexandria

Retirement communities hit hard by virus.

Possible Norovirus Strikes Alexandria

Doctor Writes Prescription For Garage Cleanup

Doctor Writes Prescription For Garage Cleanup

Deputy Found Guilty

Jury convicts on two of three charges leveled against him.

Deputy Found Guilty

Teens Birthday Remembered At Roadside

Teens Birthday Remembered At Roadside

Rising Assessments, Falling Taxes

Rising Assessments, Falling Taxes

Gambling Pays Off For the Campagna Center

Gambling Pays Off For the Campagna Center

Mardi Gras Provides Theme for ACS Auction

Mardi Gras Provides Theme for ACS Auction

Lennon, Scofield Wed

Lennon, Scofield Wed

George Mason's Jazz Man

George Mason's Jazz Man

‘Cakewalk’ No Cakewalk

‘Cakewalk’ No Cakewalk

Gambling Pays Off For the Campagna Center

Gambling Pays Off For the Campagna Center

Daughter of Titans' Coach Publishes Book

Daughter of Titans' Coach Publishes Book

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

George Mason's Jazz Man

George Mason's Jazz Man

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

George Mason's Jazz Man

George Mason's Jazz Man

Calendar

Calendar

"The Pig" Glows Again

Landmark restaurant reopens with new name, menu

"The Pig" Glows Again

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Basket Bingo Brings Big Bucks

Basket Bingo Brings Big Bucks

Teens Birthday Remembered At Roadside

Teens Birthday Remembered At Roadside

Mental Health Advocates Descend on Richmond

Call for higher taxes to pay for more services.

Mental Health Advocates Descend on Richmond

Pickleball Finds Fans at Centers

With a short net, wooden paddle and whiffle ball, pickleball is an alternative to tennis.

Pickleball Finds Fans at Centers

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

This Week in Potomac

This Week in Potomac

Housing Plans Draw Battle Lines

Discussion over homes for low-income families becomes debate over development, and how to handle it.

Housing Plans Draw Battle Lines

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

Health Notes

Health Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Robotics Competition at Hayfield

Robotics Competition at Hayfield

Parkway Reflectors More Trouble Than They're Worth?

Parkway Reflectors More Trouble Than They're Worth?

Book 'Em

Read Across America at Bells Mill ES

Book 'Em

Mount Vernon Gains An Additional $9 Million

Mount Vernon Gains An Additional $9 Million

New Method to End Curly Hair Woes

New Method to End Curly Hair Woes

Crime Report

Crime Report

Recognizing Those Left Behind

Military Spouses Receive Care Baskets

Recognizing Those Left Behind

ARHA Faces Social Services Crisis

ARHA Faces Social Services Crisis

Shaved Heads Will Raise Money

Shaved Heads Will Raise Money

Board OKs North Tract Plan

South Arlington Park would include swimming, diving facilities. Projected cost is $89 million.

Board OKs North Tract Plan

GMU Panel Tackles Homeland Security

Federal, local officials stress need for better information.

GMU Panel Tackles Homeland Security

GMU Panel Tackles Homeland Security

Federal, local officials stress need for better information.

GMU Panel Tackles Homeland Security

Bridging the Environment

New wetlands projects will be evident in springtime.

Bridging the Environment

Around Town

Around Town

Seniors Excel at Pickleball

Seniors Excel at Pickleball

Health Notes

Health Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Monday, February 23

Volunteers

Volunteers

Volunteers

Volunteers

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

College Notes

College Notes

Thursday, February 19

Students Meet Former Slave, Abolitionist

Students Meet Former Slave, Abolitionist

Students Meet Former Slave, Abolitionist

Students Meet Former Slave, Abolitionist

Students Meet Former Slave, Abolitionist

Students Meet Former Slave, Abolitionist

Wednesday, February 18

Police Notes

Police Notes

Police Notes

Police Notes

High-Tech Treasure Hunting

Geocaching Uses GPS Gadgets to Discover Hidden Goodies

High-Tech Treasure Hunting

Business Notes

Business Notes

Volunteer

Volunteer

"Best of Reston" Lines Up

3th annual awards ceremony honors community service

"Best of Reston" Lines Up

Police Notes

Police Notes

People Notes

People Notes

Community Notes

Community Notes

Reston Association Board Undecided Over Cap

Voters Will Decide in November

Reston Association Board Undecided Over Cap

Illegal Dumping Attracts Police Attention

Illegal Dumping Attracts Police Attention

DuBois Lays Out Plans for District's Future

DuBois Lays Out Plans for District's Future

Taxing Budget

Bowers proposes $1 billion budget, requiring 8 cent tax rate increase.

Taxing Budget

The Week in Herndon

The Week in Herndon

Seniors Graduate with Diversity, Depth

Pimmit Hills students receive diplomas in emotional winter graduation ceremony

Seniors Graduate with Diversity, Depth

People Notes

People Notes

Volunteer

Volunteer

Business Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Community Notes

Community Notes

Freedom Memorial on Its Way

Freedom Memorial on Its Way

Colvin Run Visitors Center Planned

Colvin Run Visitors Center Planned

WFCCA Vote Blesses Mission

WFCCA Vote Blesses Mission

Man Charged With Burglary, Abduction

Man Charged With Burglary, Abduction

Commerce Bank Proposed for Centre Ridge

Commerce Bank Proposed for Centre Ridge

Parnes, WFCCA Talk About Traffic Problems

Parnes, WFCCA Talk About Traffic Problems

Man Charged With Cocaine Distribution

Man Charged With Cocaine Distribution

Hays' Place in Reston

Couple named to "Best of Reston."

Hays' Place in Reston

Business Notes

Business Notes

Community Mourns Jack Hunter's Death

Community Mourns Jack Hunter's Death

Safeway May Build New Store in Great Falls

Safeway May Build New Store in Great Falls

Community Notes

Community Notes

Local PFLAG Group Starting

Provides support to lesbians, gays

Local PFLAG Group Starting

Black Church Witness to History

Black Church Witness to History

Volunteer

Volunteer

Calendar

Calendar

Classes

Classes

At the Movies

At the Movies

Classes

Classes

Calendar

Calendar

Coming Into His Own

Randy Thompson Releases His Third CD

Coming Into His Own

Classes

Classes

Calendar

Calendar

Clubs

Clubs

HCTV

HCTV

Sophisticated 'Little Princess'

Sophisticated 'Little Princess'

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Housing Prices Spike, Inventory Down

Housing Prices Spike, Inventory Down

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

The Week in Reston

The Week in Reston

School Notes

School Notes

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Clubs

Clubs

Seniors Graduate with Diversity

Pimmit Hills students receive diplomas in emotional winter graduation ceremony

Seniors Graduate with Diversity

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

People Notes

People Notes

Dubois Lays Out Plans for District's Future

Dubois Lays Out Plans for District's Future

Year in Jail for Sweetwater 'Robbery'

Year in Jail for Sweetwater 'Robbery'

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Meet the Quads

Four times the joy for the Grinnan family

Meet the Quads

Roundups

Roundups

Clubs

Clubs

School Notes

School Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Tuesday, February 17

Planning Commission OKs Merrifield Development

Project has been endorsed by neighbors.

Planning Commission OKs Merrifield Development

Hopping for Heart

Hopping for Heart

Carbs Are Evil

Potomac women open a store to fill a niche.

Carbs Are Evil

Whitman's Talent Ready to Roll

Whitman's Talent Ready to Roll

Scam Artists Apprehended in Mount Vernon

Scam Artists Apprehended in Mount Vernon

Falls Road Crash Zone

Falls Road Crash Zone

Greek Fest at Lynbrook

Greek Fest at Lynbrook

Crime Report

Crime Report

Dumais Dealing with Divorce and Drunk Drivers

Annapolis Dispatches

Dumais Dealing with Divorce and Drunk Drivers

Bullis Goes 'Crazy' for Gershwin Tunes

Bullis Winter Musical

Bullis Goes 'Crazy' for Gershwin Tunes

A Tribute to George

Birthday celebrations continue in area.

A Tribute to George

Whitman's Talent Ready to Roll

Whitman's Talent Ready to Roll

Sixth Graders Get Up Close to George Washington

Sixth Graders Get Up Close to George Washington

Crime Report

Crime Report

Woman Injured in Townhouse Blaze

Woman Injured in Townhouse Blaze

Crime Report

Crime Report

Teacher Takes Turn at Shadowing Delegate Amundson

Teacher Takes Turn at Shadowing Delegate Amundson

First Grow, Then Go

Potomac Elementary’s Chinese immersion program to expand, then move.

First Grow, Then Go

Bullis Goes 'Crazy' for Gershwin Tunes

Bullis Winter Musical

Bullis Goes 'Crazy' for Gershwin Tunes

Crime Report

Crime Report

A Tribute to George

Birthday celebrations continue in area.

A Tribute to George

Murder Case Goes to Court

Mauricio Cerritos to face court proceedings in murder case.

Murder Case Goes to Court

Around Town

Around Town

Beulah Road Property Debate Continues

Citizens Seek Input on Public Property's Use

Beulah Road Property Debate Continues

Lady Plays the Blues

Vienna songwriter and guitarist will perform at the State Theatre on Friday.

Lady Plays the Blues

Sexual Assault Alleged on W&OD Trail

16-year-old girl and her mother recall daughter's rape on the popular trail in November 2000.

Sexual Assault Alleged on W&OD Trail

Olivia's Story

Olivia's Story

Police Create New Center District

Police Create New Center District

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Life in Baghdad

Filmmakers strive to document everyday Iraqi opinion.

Life in Baghdad

Pope’s Head to Benefit from County Cleanup Plan

County intends to study and clean up each of its 30 main watersheds.

Pope’s Head to Benefit from County Cleanup Plan

Learning From the Past

In 1970s, 1980s, County Boards responded to rising assessments with low tax rates. Now current and former Board members say those tactics are unfeasible.

Learning From the Past

Roundup

Roundup

Bioaccelerator Establishes Foothold in Springfield

Bioaccelerator Establishes Foothold in Springfield

Pope’s Head to Benefit from County Cleanup Plan

County intends to study and clean up each of its 30 main watersheds.

Pope’s Head to Benefit from County Cleanup Plan

First Grow, Then Go

Potomac Elementary’s Chinese immersion program to expand, then move.

First Grow, Then Go

Washington Mill Demonstrates Community of Caring Program

Washington Mill Demonstrates Community of Caring Program

Bioaccelerator Gains Foothold in Springfield

Bioaccelerator Gains Foothold in Springfield

No Rooms at the Country Inn

Normandie Farms files request to be rezoned as ‘Country Inn.’

No Rooms at the Country Inn

Womens Club of Springfield Reaches the big 5-0

Womens Club of Springfield Reaches the big 5-0

Movie Mania ... in a Small, Independent Way

Independent movie house in Fairfax thrives on friendliness and originality.

Movie Mania ... in a Small, Independent Way

Pope’s Head to Benefit from County Cleanup Plan

County intends to study and clean up each of its 30 main watersheds.

Pope’s Head to Benefit from County Cleanup Plan

Bronze Star Awarded to Local Soldiers

Bronze Star Awarded to Local Soldiers

Homeowners Digesting New Assessments

Home values increased across the board.

Homeowners Digesting New Assessments

February Heart Throbs Aren't All Valentines

February Heart Throbs Aren't All Valentines

Bioaccelerator Gains Foothold in Springfield

Bioaccelerator Gains Foothold in Springfield

New Storm Brewing at Belle View

Homeowners react to legal wranglings.

New Storm Brewing at Belle View

A Little History

A Little History

Buffalo Soldiers — Named By Their Adversaries

Celebrating Black History Month

Buffalo Soldiers — Named By Their Adversaries

A Tribute to George

Birthday celebrations continue in area.

A Tribute to George

Special Honors for Special People

Friendship Fire Engine Association pays tribute in ceremony.

Special Honors for Special People

Emergency Dedication

Emergency Dedication

Emergency Dedication

Emergency Dedication

Stah's Coaching Enthusiasm Will Be Missed

Stah's Coaching Enthusiasm Will Be Missed

Giving Credit to the Builders

Segregated workers made the C&O Canal what it is today.

Giving Credit to the Builders

Police Celebration

Police Celebration

Shooter Pleads to Multiple Charges

Richard Sellers faces sentencing in April.

Shooter Pleads to Multiple Charges

Crowded Ballot for Town Elections

At Least 11 in the Running

Crowded Ballot for Town Elections

Pike Planning Pays Off

Two years after charette process, development is coming to Columbia Pike, and neighbors look for way to keep history alive on South Arlington’s changing Main Street

Pike Planning Pays Off

A Taste of Mardi Gras

Café Marianna's Creole specials on the menu next week.

A Taste of Mardi Gras

A Life in Songs

Randy Thompson pours himself into the songs on his third CD.

A Life in Songs

No Rooms at the Country Inn

Normandie Farms files request to be rezoned as ‘Country Inn.’

No Rooms at the Country Inn

Scam Artists Apprehended in Mount Vernon

Scam Artists Apprehended in Mount Vernon

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Sparked by Angels

Women’s rights, voting activists hope HBO movie on women’s suffrage will lead to higher turnouts in November elections.

Sparked by Angels

A Taste of Mardi Gras

Café Marianna's Creole specials on the menu next week.

A Taste of Mardi Gras

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Schools to Consider $346 Million Budget

Proposal by Superintendent Robert Smith would raise salaries by 2%, but some items depend on county, state decisions.

Schools to Consider $346 Million Budget

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

College Notes

College Notes

Pope’s Head to Benefit from County Cleanup Plan

County intends to study and clean up each of its 30 main watersheds.

Pope’s Head to Benefit from County Cleanup Plan

Phase 1: Build the Townhouses

Part of Fortune Parc receives site plan approval.

Phase 1: Build the Townhouses

Around Town

Around Town

February Heart Throbs Aren't All Valentines

February Heart Throbs Aren't All Valentines

Bronze Star Awarded to Local Soldiers

Bronze Star Awarded to Local Soldiers

Stah's Coaching Enthusiasm Will Be Missed

Stah's Coaching Enthusiasm Will Be Missed

Police To Celebrate 125 Years

Last 30 Years Mark Major Changes

Police To Celebrate 125 Years

South Riding Looks to Add Houses

Rezoning would Reduce Land Available for Services

South Riding Looks to Add Houses

Murder Case Goes to Court

Murder Case Goes to Court

Stah's Coaching Enthusiasm Will Be Missed

Stah's Coaching Enthusiasm Will Be Missed

Planning Commission OKs Merrifield Development

Project has been endorsed by neighbors.

Planning Commission OKs Merrifield Development

Around Town

Around Town

Business Notes

Business Notes

New Justice Info System Now in Place

New Justice Info System Now in Place

Lyrical 'Pavilion' Gets Area Community Theater Premiere at Lee Center

Theater Review

Lyrical 'Pavilion' Gets Area Community Theater Premiere at Lee Center

School Notes

School Notes

Wednesday, February 11

Scotland AME Zion Presses Toward a Century

Scotland AME Zion Presses Toward a Century

People Profile

People Profile

Police Notes

Police Notes

Planning Commission Defers Church Vote

Planning Commission Defers Church Vote

People Notes

People Notes

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

Driver, Beware

Top 10 most dangerous intersections in the county cluster along routes 28 and 7.

Driver, Beware

Toy Closet Addresses Hospitalized Children's Needs

Toy Closet Addresses Hospitalized Children's Needs

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Dulles Airport Gets Facelift

$3 billion project set to be done by 2009

Dulles Airport Gets Facelift

Dining for the Wild at Heart

Dining for the Wild at Heart

Soccer Coach Gets Six Years in Prison

Soccer Coach Gets Six Years in Prison

Love Stories: Joe and Trudy Harsh

Love Stories: Joe and Trudy Harsh

East Market Offers Homes and Stores

East Market Offers Homes and Stores

Two Charges Go To Grand Jury

Two Charges Go To Grand Jury

Roundups

Roundups

Toy Closet Addresses Hospitalized Children's Needs

Toy Closet Addresses Hospitalized Children's Needs

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Where to Go for Comedy

New PinX comedy club opens in Centreville.

Where to Go for Comedy

Teen Summit Addresses Pressing High School Issues

Teen Summit Addresses Pressing High School Issues

Business Notes

Business Notes

Dispute Over Stream Delays Development

Dispute Over Stream Delays Development

Marauding Dogs Drive Residents Indoors

Marauding Dogs Drive Residents Indoors

Clubs

Clubs

Clubs

Clubs

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

After 20 Hours, Grilled to Perfection

The new-Republican majority fulfills promise to examine county budget — line by line.

After 20 Hours, Grilled to Perfection

At the Movies

At the Movies

HCTV-23

HCTV-23

Calendar

Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Clubs

Clubs

Classes

Classes

Calendar

Calendar

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

Calendar

Calendar

Classes

Classes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

School Notes

School Notes

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

At Stone Bridge

At Stone Bridge

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

Mediation Workshop Breeds Future Peacemakers

Mediation Workshop Breeds Future Peacemakers

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Classes

Classes

Police Notes

Police Notes

Community Notes

Community Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Proposed Assisted-living Facility Divides Community

Proposed Assisted-living Facility Divides Community

Water Wreaks Havoc on Bridle Path

Water Wreaks Havoc on Bridle Path

Community Notes

Community Notes

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

Community Notes

Community Notes

Crime

Crime

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Love Stories: Anne and Phil Benedicto

Love Stories: Anne and Phil Benedicto

Coming to the Rescue

Woman, sons help after car overturns.

Coming to the Rescue

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Love Stories: Jo and Bill Watts

Love Stories: Jo and Bill Watts

Liability Worries Fuel Snow Shoveling

Clearing snow more recommended than required.

Liability Worries Fuel Snow Shoveling

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Tuesday, February 10

Love Started With A Payroll Deduction

Love Started With A Payroll Deduction

Crime Report

Crime Report

Cap Tapped Out?

Committee recommends raising fee maximum, expand membership.

Cap Tapped Out?

Turning $1 into $10,000

New Giving Circle combines small donations for greater impact

Turning $1 into $10,000

Schools Not Out Forever

Closing prompts school year extension.

Schools Not Out Forever

Who Gets Power First?

Council gives list to Pepco, but will it matter?

Who Gets Power First?

This Week in Potomac

This Week in Potomac

School Board To Hear about ‘Surplus’ Land

School Board To Hear about ‘Surplus’ Land

SLHS Hoop Team Connects with Young Readers

Terraset elementary students gain reading tutors and role models.

SLHS Hoop Team Connects with Young Readers

Crime Report

Crime Report

A Slow, Steady Turnout

Democratic primary voters choose Kerry

A Slow, Steady Turnout

Edith Moore Sprouse — 'The Past is Prologue'

Remembering A Life

Edith Moore Sprouse — 'The Past is Prologue'

IMVH Task Force Votes In Secrecy; Draws Criticism

IMVH Task Force Votes In Secrecy; Draws Criticism

Suspects Sought In Springfield Murder

Suspects Sought In Springfield Murder

Hyland Appointed to National Task Force

Hyland Appointed to National Task Force

Join George At Home For His Birthday

Weekend of activities celebrate the national holiday.

Join George At Home For His Birthday

Not at Nottoway?

Debate continues on a proposed maintenance facility at Nottoway Park.

Not at Nottoway?

Chamber Honors its Own

Chamber Honors its Own

Boudreau Won't Seek Re-Election

Longtime councilman plans Florida retirement.

Boudreau Won't Seek Re-Election

Crime Report

Crime Report

Hubbard Honored For Recycling Efforts

Hubbard Honored For Recycling Efforts

Council Defers Decision on Little Street

Questions Still Unanswered

Council Defers Decision on Little Street

3 Bs: Budget, Bay and Back Yard

Freshman delegate hosts town hall meeting in Vienna.

3 Bs: Budget, Bay and Back Yard

Around Town

Around Town

"Wall Smashing" On a Sunday Afternoon

Rising Hope is now in the midst of a $900,000 capital campaign.

"Wall Smashing" On a Sunday Afternoon

A Daring Design?

City Council debates a business' proposed facade design and its place along Lee Highway.

A Daring Design?

Around Town

Around Town

Hubbard Honored For Recycling Efforts

Hubbard Honored For Recycling Efforts

T.C. Fully Accredited

T.C. Fully Accredited

Devolites, Davis Host Town Meetings

Budgets, both state and federal, draw questions.

Devolites, Davis Host Town Meetings

Special Assessment For Burke Centre?

Special Assessment For Burke Centre?

First a Ride, Then a March

Thousands go to Annapolis to demand education funding.

First a Ride, Then a March

Wanted: Herndon CERTs

Neighbors Train To Help

Wanted: Herndon CERTs

Why’d the Pedestrian Cross the Road?

Senior Forum focuses on pedestrian safety.

Why’d the Pedestrian Cross the Road?

Jeopardy Record Holder Comes to Stratford Landing

West Potomac's teen winner challenges Tom Walsh.

Jeopardy Record Holder Comes to Stratford Landing

Property Assessments Rise Again

Owners will see increase in the mailbox this week.

Property Assessments Rise Again

Niebauer Tabbed by Delegation

Niebauer Tabbed by Delegation

Kincannon Takes Helm At Rec Dept.

Kincannon Takes Helm At Rec Dept.

City Likes Kerry

New voting machines make debut in primary Tuesday.

City Likes Kerry

Special Assessment For Burke Centre?

Special Assessment For Burke Centre?

Open Space Fund Gets 'Vacation'

Council adopts new policy.

Open Space Fund Gets 'Vacation'

Roundup

Roundup

Sharp Decline in Crime

Lowest point in Alexandria since 1968.

Sharp Decline in Crime

When a House is More Than a House

History reveals black Union soldiers were treated in this hospital during the Civil War.

When a House is More Than a House

Gang Member Charged with Recruiting Minors

Alleged gang member, currently out on bond, initially charged in October for possession of a firearm on school property.

Gang Member Charged with Recruiting Minors

60 Years of Advice on Valentine's Day

Lake Anne couple reflect on a wartime marriage.

60 Years of Advice on Valentine's Day

Friendship Fire Association To Honor 2003 Heros

Held as part of the George Washington birthday celebration.

Friendship Fire Association To Honor 2003 Heros

Luke … I Am Your Author

Luke … I Am Your Author

A Weekend With Branford Marsalis

A lifetime of memories for the Alexandria Symphony Orchestra and patrons.

A Weekend With Branford Marsalis

Calendar

Calendar

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Seeking New Sound

After finding comfort zone, Seeking Homer brings new album to Iota.

Seeking New Sound

‘Miracle’s’ Actresses Demand Attention

In the Arlington Player’s production of Helen Keller’s story, the two leads are equally matched forces of nature.

‘Miracle’s’ Actresses Demand Attention

No Montessori Move

After first look at Nauck enrollment, schools say no immediate changes likely for Montessori program.

No Montessori Move

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Department Provides Dental Care

Free Dental Exams Draw Crowd

Health Department Provides Dental Care

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

Health Notes

Health Notes

Slide (Principals) Up the Scale?

Slide (Principals) Up the Scale?

Education Notebook

Education Notebook

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Health Notes

Health Notes

Carlee’s Budget Tops $700 Million

Drive for stable finances drove planning for proposed county budget, says county manager.

Carlee’s Budget Tops $700 Million

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Food Fit for a Symphony

ASO weekend was more than music; it was time to eat, too.

Food Fit for a Symphony

A Weekend With Branford Marsalis

A lifetime of memories for the Alexandria Symphony Orchestra and patrons.

A Weekend With Branford Marsalis

More Than A Mom, Democratically Speaking

Remembering Emily W. Myatt.

More Than A Mom, Democratically Speaking

MVO — First In Nation to Feature Major Azerbaijani Works

Symphony Review

MVO — First In Nation to Feature Major Azerbaijani Works

Rec Association Members Vote to Change Street Sign

From Camden Court to Brinitzer Way.

Rec Association Members Vote to Change Street Sign

Crime Down in 2003

Police statistics show decrease in crime overall, but incidence of rapes increases.

Crime Down in 2003

Devolites, Davis Host Town Meetings

Budgets, both state and federal, draw questions.

Devolites, Davis Host Town Meetings

Drug Testing in Schools?

Drug Testing in Schools?

Around Town

Around Town

Touching All the Senses

New Old Town shop has more than just lingerie.

Touching All the Senses

Food Fit for a Symphony

ASO weekend was more than music; it was time to eat, too.

Food Fit for a Symphony

Hubbard Honored For Recycling Efforts

Hubbard Honored For Recycling Efforts

Excel Excelled?

Principals point to progress amid shifting demographics.

Excel Excelled?

Monday, February 9

People Notes

People Notes

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Thursday, February 5

Radio Dreams

Oakton woman creates and hosts a news-talk-show.

Radio Dreams

Family Mourns Death of Ken Moore, 60

Family Mourns Death of Ken Moore, 60

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

School Notes

School Notes

What Money Can Buy

What Money Can Buy

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Wednesday, February 4

Clubs

Clubs

Women Turn To Guns

Program trains women to handle firearms.

Women Turn To Guns

Marsalis...Music...Dreams

With the Alexandria Symphony Orchestra.

Marsalis...Music...Dreams

Getting A Second Chance

Employment program for prospective employees.

Getting A Second Chance

Information Central

Town meeting also a gathering spot for exhibits.

Information Central

A View From The 'Bus'

Citizens treated to visual tour of district at town meeting.

A View From The 'Bus'

Taste of Mount Vernon a Big Hit

Area restaurants provide food for the masses.

Taste of Mount Vernon a Big Hit

Future Young Leaders Experience Government In Action

Shadow program sends eight students to Richmond.

Future Young Leaders Experience Government In Action

Does This Look Infected

Does This Look Infected

Lights, Camera — Class

Lights, Camera — Class

Highlighting ‘Prize of Liberty’

Highlighting ‘Prize of Liberty’

Toni Winters McMahon Dies

Toni Winters McMahon Dies

Toni Winters McMahon Dies

Toni Winters McMahon Dies

Business Notes

Business Notes

People Notes

People Notes

This Week in Great Falls

This Week in Great Falls

Does This Look Infected

Does This Look Infected

Del. Tim Hugo is Proposing 23 Bills

Del. Tim Hugo is Proposing 23 Bills

Field House Moves Forward

Development agreement for public/private facility is signed.

Field House Moves Forward

Safety Project Gets OK

Multi-faceted emergency operations and transportation center moves forward.

Safety Project Gets OK

Clubs

Clubs

Clifton Couple Runs in Marathon

Clifton Couple Runs in Marathon

Volunteer Notes

Volunteer Notes

Giving Second Chance to Homeless

Giving Second Chance to Homeless

Community Notes

Community Notes

Dangers Lurk As Temperature Drops

Dangers Lurk As Temperature Drops

Residents Flock To The Town's Meeting

Woodlawn Road gets special attention; hospital on minds of officials.

Residents Flock To The Town's Meeting

Maury Parents Hear Options

Maury Parents Hear Options

Super Bowl ... Super Party

The mayor hosts a gathering at Theismann's.

Super Bowl ... Super Party

Witness Photo Yields Calls to Police

Dunning murder investigation continues.

Witness Photo Yields Calls to Police

Historic Preservation — A Taxing Effort

Property owners taking advantage of facade easement.

Historic Preservation — A Taxing Effort

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

HCTV Schedule

HCTV Schedule

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

A Modern George Washington — Dr. Arnold B. Becker

Remembering A Life

A Modern George Washington — Dr. Arnold B. Becker

Community Notes

Community Notes

Real Estate

Real Estate

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Gargoyles Add Touch of Old England

Gargoyles Add Touch of Old England

Supervisors Give OK to Interchange Project

Supervisors Give OK to Interchange Project

Charter Bill In Peril

Council acts on visitors' center sites.

Charter Bill In Peril

Life after Cancer

Cancer survivor raises over $100,000 for cancer research.

Life after Cancer

Marsalis...Music...Dreams

With the Alexandria Symphony Orchestra.

Marsalis...Music...Dreams

A Question of Representation

Citizens object to exclusionary language.

A Question of Representation

Classes

Classes

Capitol Steps Performers Continue to Entertain Audiences and Benefit UCM

Capitol Steps Performers Continue to Entertain Audiences and Benefit UCM

Volunteer Notes

Volunteer Notes

Community Notes

Community Notes

Volunteer

Volunteer

Classes

Classes

Clubs

Clubs

Classes

Classes

At the Movies

At the Movies

This Week in McLean

This Week in McLean

Tutoring In the 21st Century

Program at Mt. Vernon Community School embraced by all.

Tutoring In the 21st Century

Tuesday, February 3

Crime Report

Crime Report

Melting Ice Is Salt Seekers Goal

Melting Ice Is Salt Seekers Goal

John Panagos, 82, Communications Innovator

Obituary

John Panagos, 82, Communications Innovator

Sewer Access on Lloyd Road?

Is sewer request a prelude to more houses?

Sewer Access on Lloyd Road?

Collecting Old Stocks Has a Name

Collecting Old Stocks Has a Name

Crime Report

Crime Report

Bullis To Get Bigger?

School plans to expand enrollment by 50 percent, construct several new buildings.

Bullis To Get Bigger?

Nice Guys Can Be First

Potomac’s Harry Semmes

Nice Guys Can Be First

Suspect Composite Released

Suspect Composite Released

Will The Real Miss Springfield Please Stand Up?

Will The Real Miss Springfield Please Stand Up?

Cross County Trail on Track

34-mile stretch expected to be complete by June 2005.

Cross County Trail on Track

Cabin John Teacher Wins Pollin Award

Cabin John Teacher Wins Pollin Award

Missing Teen Found in Maryland, Returns Home

Missing Teen Found in Maryland, Returns Home

Sunday Fires

Sunday Fires

Sewer Access on Lloyd Road?

Is sewer request a prelude to more houses?

Sewer Access on Lloyd Road?

McLean Hosts Indoor Color Guard Competition

McLean Hosts Indoor Color Guard Competition

Crime Report

Crime Report

Suspect Composite Released

Suspect Composite Released

Budget Holes and Big Guns

District 15 legislators hold a town hall meeting.

Budget Holes and Big Guns

Around Town

Around Town

Money Differences Divide Virginia

Money Differences Divide Virginia

Sunday Fires

Sunday Fires

Missing Teen Found in Maryland, Returns Home

Missing Teen Found in Maryland, Returns Home

Commission Supports Quarry Expansion

Commission Supports Quarry Expansion

Metro Considers Cutting 11 Bus Routes

Measure would help plug $28-$36 million hole in Metro budget.

Metro Considers Cutting 11 Bus Routes

Easement Protects Streambed

Easement Protects Streambed

Metro Considers Cutting 11 Bus Routes

Measure would help plug $28-$36 million hole in Metro budget

Metro Considers Cutting 11 Bus Routes

Crime Report

Crime Report

Missing Teen Found in Maryland, Returns Home

Missing Teen Found in Maryland, Returns Home

Fire Disrupts Business

Fire Disrupts Business

Money Differences Divide Virginia

Money Differences Divide Virginia

Cross County Trail on Track

34-mile stretch expected to be complete by June 2005.

Cross County Trail on Track

Easement Protects Streambed

Easement Protects Streambed

Bowling as a Cosmic Experience

Bowling as a Cosmic Experience

Business Notes

Business Notes

Cross-County Trail on Track

34-mile stretch expected to be complete by June 2005.

Cross-County Trail on Track

Business Notes

Business Notes

Collecting Old Stocks Has a Name

Collecting Old Stocks Has a Name

Tax Rates Will Fall

Board members see need for fall in rates, but anti-tax activists doubt that taxes will be cut enough.

Tax Rates Will Fall

County Efforts Target Gangs

County Efforts Target Gangs

Melting Ice Is Salt Seekers Goal

Melting Ice Is Salt Seekers Goal

Roundup

Roundup

Bowling As a Cosmic Experience

Bowling As a Cosmic Experience

Questioning Clarendon

Planning for Clarendon’s future moves into its final phases in 2004, but many questions still need answers.

Questioning Clarendon

Military Notes

Military Notes

It's All Greek

It's All Greek

Volunteers

Volunteers

County Efforts Target Gangs

County Efforts Target Gangs

Metro Considers Cutting 11 Bus Routes

Measure would help plug $28-$36 million hole in Metro budget.

Metro Considers Cutting 11 Bus Routes

John Panagos, 82, Communications Innovator

Obituary

John Panagos, 82, Communications Innovator

Don’t Break the Ice

Firefighters demonstrate ice rescue techniques.

Don’t Break the Ice

This Week in Potomac

This Week in Potomac

Assembly May Offer Tax Relief

With tax reform packages and other bills, Assembly session could offer alternatives to property taxes.

Assembly May Offer Tax Relief

Cross-County Trail on Track

34-mile stretch expected to be complete by June 2005.

Cross-County Trail on Track

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Calendar

Calendar

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Avon Walk for Breast Cancer

Avon Walk for Breast Cancer

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

National Honor Roll

National Honor Roll

Courthouse Cinema May Close

With lease ending, AMC Theatres considers options for Courthouse movie screens.

Courthouse Cinema May Close

This Week in Potomac

This Week in Potomac

Budget Holes and Big Guns

District 15 legislators hold a town hall meeting.

Budget Holes and Big Guns

Cross-County Trail on Track

34-mile stretch expected to be complete by June 2005.

Cross-County Trail on Track

Don’t Break the Ice

Firefighters demonstrate ice rescue techniques.

Don’t Break the Ice

Help Wanted

Tysons job-training program helps recent immigrants and lower-income individuals get a fresh start.

Help Wanted

Loudoun Valley Estates Rezoning Passes

Project Could Include Two School Sites

Loudoun Valley Estates Rezoning Passes

Congressman Leads Lesson on Constitution

Congressman Leads Lesson on Constitution

Collecting Old Stocks Has a Name

Collecting Old Stocks Has a Name

Business Notes

Business Notes

Melting Ice Is Salt Seekers Goal

Melting Ice Is Salt Seekers Goal

Roof Blows Away But Salem Baptist Doesn't

Roof Blows Away But Salem Baptist Doesn't

County Efforts Target Gangs

County Efforts Target Gangs

A New Home

Gesher Jewish Day School anticipates new facilities in 2005.

A New Home

Around Town

Around Town

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

College Notes

College Notes

Petersen Hosts Town Hall Meeting

Constituents offer views on upcoming legislation.

Petersen Hosts Town Hall Meeting

Retire and Rehire?

Thoreau parents lobby to retain the middle school's principal.

Retire and Rehire?

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Nice Guys Can Be First

Potomac’s Harry Semmes

Nice Guys Can Be First

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

School Notes

School Notes