Stories for July 2004

Stories for July 2004

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Thursday, July 29

Recreation Centers

Recreation Centers

Vienna Parks

Vienna Parks

Community Balances New With Old

Community Balances New With Old

Faith

Faith

No One's A Stranger in Herndon

No One's A Stranger in Herndon

Post Offices

Post Offices

Public Schools

Public Schools

Town Government

Town Government

By the Numbers

By the Numbers

Clubs and Organizations

Clubs and Organizations

Faith

Faith

Committed to Serving the Community

Committed to Serving the Community

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Make a Joyful Noise

Make a Joyful Noise

Herndon NRC Serves Diverse Needs

Herndon NRC Serves Diverse Needs

Elected Mayor, Council Oversee Town

Elected Mayor, Council Oversee Town

Little Known History

Little Known History

By the Numbers

By the Numbers

Frying Pan Blues

Frying Pan Blues

Welcome

Welcome

Welcome Home

Welcome Home

Faith

Faith

Schools

Schools

Post Office

Post Office

Public Safety

Public Safety

Garden Stroll

Garden Stroll

By the Numbers

By the Numbers

Town Government

Town Government

Parks & Recreation

Parks & Recreation

Public Schools

Public Schools

Herndon Fortnightly Library Offers More Books

Herndon Fortnightly Library Offers More Books

No One's A Stranger in Herndon

No One's A Stranger in Herndon

Teen Responds to Emergency

Rising HHS freshman administers CPR.

Teen Responds to Emergency

Herndon Police Face Re-accreditation

HPD has been nationally accredited for 18 years.

Herndon Police Face Re-accreditation

Parks & Recreation

Parks & Recreation

Clubs and Organizations

Clubs and Organizations

Dear Reader:

Dear Reader:

Public Safety

Public Safety

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Public Library

Public Library

Inova Patient Service Center

Inova Patient Service Center

Committed to Serving the Community

Committed to Serving the Community

Little Known History

Little Known History

Community Balances New With Old

Community Balances New With Old

Public Library

Public Library

Development, Traffic Ongoing Issues

Development, Traffic Ongoing Issues

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Dear Reader:

Dear Reader:

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

'Sunrise 5k Run' to Benefit Police

Worldgate health club gives back to community.

'Sunrise 5k Run' to Benefit Police

'Fan Care' Helps Low-Income Elderly

Program keeps seniors cool in summer.

'Fan Care' Helps Low-Income Elderly

Orphans Pursue Summer Miracles

During six-week vacation, orphans hope for a home.

Orphans Pursue Summer Miracles

Public Library

Public Library

Public Safety

Public Safety

Herndon Fortnightly Library Offers More Books

Herndon Fortnightly Library Offers More Books

Post Offices

Post Offices

Icing on the Park

Icing on the Park

Herndon NRC Serves Diverse Needs

Herndon NRC Serves Diverse Needs

Wednesday, July 28

A Sense of Place

Camp helps children with sensory integration issues.

A Sense of Place

New Briefs

New Briefs

Health and Fitness Notes

Health and Fitness Notes

Riding Into The Sunset Via Lawn Mower

Riding Into The Sunset Via Lawn Mower

Health Notes

Health Notes

All Aboard for Huge Model Train Layout

Model trail enthusiasts host convention at Dulles Expo Center.

All Aboard for Huge Model Train Layout

Neighborhoods Split on Fairlee Proposal

Planning Commission hears over 70 speakers in late-night public hearing.

Neighborhoods Split on Fairlee Proposal

News Briefs

News Briefs

Crime Report

Crime Report

Rhein Takes the Reins at Willow Springs Elem.

Rhein Takes the Reins at Willow Springs Elem.

Painting Takes on New Dimension with Ultimate Paint Chip

Alexandria company selected as paint sponsor for decorator’s show house.

Painting Takes on New Dimension with Ultimate Paint Chip

Voting Documentary Wins Prize

Home-schooled pair wins video contest.

Voting Documentary Wins Prize

All Aboard for Huge Model Train Layout

Model trail enthusiasts host convention at Dulles Expo Center.

All Aboard for Huge Model Train Layout

Former Teacher Gets Suspended Sentence

Former Teacher Gets Suspended Sentence

All Aboard, Train Enthusiasts

Largest, model-train layout ever assembled at Dulles Expo Center.

All Aboard, Train Enthusiasts

More Density off Blake Lane?

More Density off Blake Lane?

Tech Adventure Camp

Has everything from forensics to aerospace engineering.

Tech Adventure Camp

Business Notes

Business Notes

Real Estate

Real Estate

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Former Teacher Gets Suspended Sentence

Bianco Pleads 'No Contest'

Former Teacher Gets Suspended Sentence

Man Pleads Guilty To Sexual Charge

Man Pleads Guilty To Sexual Charge

Fairfax Board: Don't Cut Trees

Fairfax supervisors ask Dominion Power to stop cutting trees along W&OD Trail.

Fairfax Board: Don't Cut Trees

Wounds Slow to Heal in Burke Centre

Disputes linger four months after heated race for trustee positions.

Wounds Slow to Heal in Burke Centre

Arc Celebrates Year of Advocacy and Victory

Arc Celebrates Year of Advocacy and Victory

Real Estate

Real Estate

All Aboard for Huge Model Train Layout

Model trail enthusiasts host convention at Dulles Expo Center.

All Aboard for Huge Model Train Layout

Sparking Interest

County plans aim to bring new development to Nauck neighborhood.

Sparking Interest

A Sense of Place

Camp helps children with sensory integration issues.

A Sense of Place

News Briefs

News Briefs

It's Kones 4 Kids in Del Ray

It's Kones 4 Kids in Del Ray

Eaglets Have Been Named

Evan Morris wins the contest.

Eaglets Have Been Named

No Entry Without a Physical

Physicals available for uninsured children for new school year.

No Entry Without a Physical

Family Resource Center Open

Center is open but offering fewer services following cutbacks in funding.

Family Resource Center Open

School Starts for Tucker

Samuel Tucker Elementary is the first Alexandria school to try a year-round school calendar.

School Starts for Tucker

Business Briefs

Business Briefs

Chatham Square Moves Forward

Housing authority approves application process.

Chatham Square Moves Forward

Pee Wees Gain Fire Know How

More than 300 children attend fire academy.

Pee Wees Gain Fire Know How

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Crime Report

Crime Report

Camps & Schools Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

News Briefs

News Briefs

Crime Report

Crime Report

College Notes

College Notes

Former Teacher Gets Suspended Sentence

Coach had relationship with member of Oakton softball team.

Former Teacher Gets Suspended Sentence

Camps and Schools Notes

Camps and Schools Notes

Police Report

Police Report

Neighborhoods Split on Fairlee Proposal

Planning Commission hears over 70 speakers in late-night public hearing.

Neighborhoods Split on Fairlee Proposal

Crime

Crime

College Notes

College Notes

Crime

Crime

Crime Report

Crime Report

More Density off Blake Lane?

More Density off Blake Lane?

Camps and Schools Notes

Camps and Schools Notes

Voting Documentary Wins Prize

Home-schooled pair wins video contest.

Voting Documentary Wins Prize

Crime Report

Crime Report

College Notes

College Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

Camps and Schools Notes

Camps and Schools Notes

News Briefs

News Briefs

School Notes

School Notes

TAGS Gets New President

TAGS Gets New President

Prescription Drug Law: Big Mistake

Moran hosts senior forum at Edison High School.

Prescription Drug Law: Big Mistake

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Businesses Receive Beautification Awards

Businesses Receive Beautification Awards

Kinder Wins- Sort Of

Planning Commission and Board of Supervisors approve exception for Kinder properties.

Kinder Wins- Sort Of

Faith

Faith

Tiny Heirlooms Downsizing

McLean dollhouse and miniatures store closes.

Tiny Heirlooms Downsizing

Teacher Publishes Students' Essays

Students' book on immigration published.

Teacher Publishes Students' Essays

DuBois Discloses Breast Cancer Struggle

Dranesville District supervisor vows not to let cancer impact performance.

DuBois Discloses Breast Cancer Struggle

Businesses Receive Beautification Awards

Businesses Receive Beautification Awards

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Step by Step to Tysons West

MCA work ensures shorter walk to proposed Metro station.

Step by Step to Tysons West

Hyland Seeks Moped Standards

Hyland Seeks Moped Standards

$500,000 for Old Mill?

Closed road keeps tensions high.

$500,000 for Old Mill?

Friends Praise Weikhardt

County's last justice of peace retires.

Friends Praise Weikhardt

'Sweet Charity' Dances its Way into Herndon

'Sweet Charity' Dances its Way into Herndon

Faith

Faith

Faith

Faith

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Charity Concert Rocks On

Loudoun Summer Music Fest '04 kicks off a season of tunes.

Charity Concert Rocks On

New Prosecutor To Focus on Gangs

State funds new position in Commonwealth's Attorney's office.

New Prosecutor To Focus on Gangs

Health Notes

Health Notes

Gunfire In Sterling

Gunfire In Sterling

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

College Notes

College Notes

Prosecutor Reorganizes Office

Commonwealth's Attorney James Plowman has made a number of changes since taking office in January.

Prosecutor Reorganizes Office

Health Notes

Health Notes

Route 50: Potential Parkway?

Gateway to Loudoun from Fairfax County could get makeover.

Route 50: Potential Parkway?

The Decision That Wasn't

Dozens of Loudoun residents show up to supervisors' meeting expecting a major decision on growth.

The Decision That Wasn't

Health Notes

Health Notes

Mapping Loudoun's Economic Future

Updated Economic Development Strategic Plan will serve as aguideline for county's improvement.

Mapping Loudoun's Economic Future

National Night Out Nears

National Night Out Nears

City Dock Still Awaits Funding

City Dock Still Awaits Funding

Community Briefs

Community Briefs

Fresh, Fast Food for Lunch

La Bergerie's prix fixe menu is designed to attract lunch-time customers who are in a bit of a hurry.

Fresh, Fast Food for Lunch

Art League Creates Different Perspective on Life

SOHO project raises self-esteem and wins awards.

Art League Creates Different Perspective on Life

Business Facilitator Praised

New position seeks to improve city's services for businesses.

Business Facilitator Praised

Obituaries

Obituaries

School Notes

School Notes

Repairs Stall Camp

Police Youth Camp to re-open for children next summer.

Repairs Stall Camp

'Such Stuff: A Dream Rummage'

Cappies Review

'Such Stuff: A Dream Rummage'

'Such Stuff: A Dream Rummage'

Cappies Review

'Such Stuff: A Dream Rummage'

Presenting a Revolutionary Opera

Local talent appears in Opera International production.

Presenting a Revolutionary Opera

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Calendar

Calendar

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

HCTV-23

HCTV-23

Calendar

Calendar

Presenting a Revolutionary Show

Local talent appears in Opera International production.

Presenting a Revolutionary Show

Presenting a Revolutionary Opera

Local talent appears in Opera International production.

Presenting a Revolutionary Opera

Clubs

Clubs

Nightlife

Nightlife

Celebrating 70 Years of Entertaining

Little Theatre opens anniversary season with “Cabaret.”

Celebrating 70 Years of Entertaining

"Cabaret:" A Smashing Musical at Little Theatre

"Cabaret:" A Smashing Musical at Little Theatre

Symphony Holds Garden Party

Symphony Holds Garden Party

Tuesday, July 27

Clearing The Way

Clearing The Way

Lessons on Friendship, Self-Esteem

Local teachers form a book group to discuss 'Queen Bees & Wannabes.'

Lessons on Friendship, Self-Esteem

Young Scholars Hard at Work

Vienna youths participate in summer school program that encourages their intellectual curiosity.

Young Scholars Hard at Work

No Charge in Statue Theft Case

A $38,000 sculpture of a bikini-clad woman stolen from Reston Town Center was found in Michael John Star's Herndon apartment.

No Charge in Statue Theft Case

Welcome to the Hotel Potomac

The Bolger Center is owned by the Postal Service, but it’s open for anyone’s business.

Welcome to the Hotel Potomac

Town of Reston?

Reston Citizens Association begins to investigate possibility of incorporating Reston as a town or city.

Town of Reston?

Newsletter Exploring Gang Issues Goes to Press

Newsletter Exploring Gang Issues Goes to Press

Abduction Thwarted by Neighbors

Abduction Thwarted by Neighbors

New Reston High Rise Arising

New Reston High Rise Arising

Cable Modem Regulations Approved

Cable Modem Regulations Approved

Schools

Schools

In Pursuit of a Presidential Signature

Getting Around

In Pursuit of a Presidential Signature

Widen River Road?

Widen River Road?

Suspect Sought

Suspect Sought

Suspect Sought

Suspect Sought

Citizens on Patrol along W&OD Trail

Reston volunteer Dick Hays is among a team of bicyclists, in-line skaters, runners and walkers who keep the W&OD Trail safe and secure.

Citizens on Patrol along W&OD Trail

We Don’t Like It, But …

Potential amendments to County Charter will appear on November ballot and could force many changes if they pass.

We Don’t Like It, But …

Burke Centre Goes Swimming

Burke Centre Goes Swimming

A Change in Directions

Main and North streets in Old Town Fairfax may become two-way.

A Change in Directions

Seventeen Years of Fresh Vegetables

Seventeen Years of Fresh Vegetables

Victim Didn't Try to Enroll

Victim Didn't Try to Enroll

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Corporate Sponsors for RA Facilities?

A consulting firm hired to help shape the future of parks and recreation in Reston is expected to propose selling corporate sponsorships.

Corporate Sponsors for RA Facilities?

Funds Raised for Memorial

Freedom Memorial construction will begin next month.

Funds Raised for Memorial

This Week in Potomac

This Week in Potomac

Houses at the Other Quarry

Thirty units approved to sell for more than $1.2 million; construction will start this year.

Houses at the Other Quarry

Clearing The Way

Clearing The Way

Newsletter Exploring Gang Issues Goes To Press

Newsletter Exploring Gang Issues Goes To Press

Is French Country Living Dead?

Locked doors and unanswered questions puzzle shoppers.

Is French Country Living Dead?

DuBois Discloses Breast Cancer Struggle

Dranesville District supervisor vows not to let cancer impact performance.

DuBois Discloses Breast Cancer Struggle

Springfield Scouts Present Colors at Fenway

Springfield Scouts Present Colors at Fenway

School Notes

School Notes

McLean Home Goes 20s

Sears home is given second chance by going back to its roots.

McLean Home Goes 20s

Is French Country Living Dead?

Locked doors and unanswered questions puzzle shoppers.

Is French Country Living Dead?

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Widen River Road?

Widen River Road?

This Week in Potomac

This Week in Potomac

Calendar

Calendar

Work Ahead for Clark's Crossing

County will improve park near Town of Vienna.

Work Ahead for Clark's Crossing

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

Reston Man Robbed at Gunpoint

A 41-year-old Reston resident was robbed at gunpoint and beaten by a group of five assailants near North Point Village Center.

Reston Man Robbed at Gunpoint

Board Fires RA Director

Apartment owners' representative was removed Thursday.

Board Fires RA Director

Crime

Crime

Sunday, July 25

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

A Look at Great Falls

A Look at Great Falls

By the Numbers

By the Numbers

Committed to Serving the Community

Still Growing After 25 Years

Committed to Serving the Community

Committed to Serving the Community

Still Growing After 25 Years

Committed to Serving the Community

A Look at Great Falls

A Look at Great Falls

Herndon Fortnightly Summer Calendar

Herndon Fortnightly Summer Calendar

By the Numbers

By the Numbers

Community Balances New With Old

Town offers many options to residents.

Community Balances New With Old

Clubs and Organizations

Clubs and Organizations

Community Balances New With Old

Town offers many options to residents.

Community Balances New With Old

Clubs and Organizations

Clubs and Organizations

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Herndon Fortnightly Summer Calendar

Herndon Fortnightly Summer Calendar

Thursday, July 22

Pilot Parking Project Considered

Supervisors respond to neighborhoods' concerns.

Pilot Parking Project Considered

Zoning Decision Overturned

Supervisors, in a 5 to 4 vote, grant an appe

Zoning Decision Overturned

County's Baseball Fever Rising

'Optimistic' over Stadium

County's Baseball Fever Rising

Teaching Methods for ESL

Research has found new and effective ways to teach English.

Teaching Methods for ESL

Rate of ESL Students Doubles

Enrollment in the English as a Second Language program is growing.

Rate of ESL Students Doubles

Wednesday, July 21

Terraset Seeks Global Perspective

School's officials are working to join an international and interdisciplinary program.

Terraset Seeks Global Perspective

Camps and Schools

Camps and Schools

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Summertime Blood Bank Shortages

Blood shortage extends across region.

Summertime Blood Bank Shortages

Right Decor Can Sway Buyer

Right Decor Can Sway Buyer

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Discount Program Awareness Rally Held

Inova Health System working with under and uninsured people.

Discount Program Awareness Rally Held

Week in Alexandria

Week in Alexandria

Parking Enforcement Officer Arrested

Parking Enforcement Officer Arrested

Second Arrest In Egging

City Councilwoman's son has been arrested and charged with destruction of property.

Second Arrest In Egging

How Prescription Drug Law Works

Moran explains legislation at Senior Forum.

How Prescription Drug Law Works

Driving In The Dark

State downplays safety concerns at interchange's blackout.

Driving In The Dark

Tunnel Underscores Safety

Duke Street project for pedestrians officially opens.

Tunnel Underscores Safety

Local Artists Urged To Apply Now

Application deadline for arts festival nears.

Local Artists Urged To Apply Now

Ministers Demand Accountability

A petition drive to remove School Board member Melissa Luby from office is getting some help from Alexandria's church community.

Ministers Demand Accountability

City Road Projects Underway

Summer road construction projects will affect city motorists for the next several weeks.

City Road Projects Underway

Assault Suspect Sought

Assault Suspect Sought

A USO Weekend

Music, exhibits and play evoke memories of WWII.

A USO Weekend

Gutted

Lake Braddock Secondary School is undergoing renovations.

Gutted

Putting the Brakes on Tow Trucks

Moran’s legislation proposes new powers for local governments.

Putting the Brakes on Tow Trucks

Kerry Visit Rallies Dems

Democratic faithful say Virginia could go their way this year.

Kerry Visit Rallies Dems

News Briefs

News Briefs

The Time of Their Lives

Debutantes of the Old Dominion Cotillion make debut.

The Time of Their Lives

Marvelous Matsu Sushi

Warm welcome, tasty food tucked off of Stone Road.

Marvelous Matsu Sushi

Reese Talks Transportation, Long-Term Care

Reese Talks Transportation, Long-Term Care

Cub Run Rec Center Coming Soon

$19.2 million facility is slated to open in Chantilly in January 2005.

Cub Run Rec Center Coming Soon

Strike Up The Band for 'The Music Man'

Alliance Theatre's Summer Stars stages play July 30-Aug. 1 at Chantilly High.

Strike Up The Band for 'The Music Man'

Adventure of a Lifetime

Boy Scout Troop 1548 makes trek to Alaska.

Adventure of a Lifetime

More Density off Blake Lane?

More Density off Blake Lane?

Fairlee Returns to Planning Commission

In split vote, working group approves new plan.

Fairlee Returns to Planning Commission

Fairfax Screams for Ice Cream

Ice cream stand serves the community through soft-serve.

Fairfax Screams for Ice Cream

Tysons Rezoning: Round 2?

West*Group wants to replace 58 townhouses with 138 lofts.

Tysons Rezoning: Round 2?

Town Awards Yards of the Month

Town Awards Yards of the Month

Town Council Notebook

Town Council Notebook

Bond Referendum Set for November

Voters will determine if $108 million in financing for schools and parks gets the green light.

Bond Referendum Set for November

The Closet Says Good-bye to Harris

Treasurer's work requires two replacements.

The Closet Says Good-bye to Harris

Goose Creek Rising

Three potential subdivisions backing Goose Creek coincide with a strategy that encourages high-density, high-proffers development.

Goose Creek Rising

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Wilens-Chu Memorial Scholarship

Wilens-Chu Memorial Scholarship

Celebrating 30 Years on the Trail

Cyclists, walkers and riders will get a chance to celebrate W&OD Trail's anniversary this weekend.

Celebrating 30 Years on the Trail

Moving Ahead on Road Plan

Despite a reduction in state funds, the plan goes on almost as planned.

Moving Ahead on Road Plan

Two Hospitalized After Crash

Vehicle strikes parked car, lamppost

Two Hospitalized After Crash

MainStreet Bank Grand Opening

MainStreet Bank Grand Opening

Steene and Zeman Take Their Director Posts

United Community Ministries and Good Shepherd Housing promote from within.

Steene and Zeman Take Their Director Posts

Project Imposes Interchange Blackout

State officials downplay safety concerns at interchange's blackout.

Project Imposes Interchange Blackout

Tysons Rezoning: Round 2?

West*Group wants to replace 58 townhouses with 138 lofts.

Tysons Rezoning: Round 2?

How Prescription Drug Law Works

Moran explains legislation at Senior Forum.

How Prescription Drug Law Works

Everyman's History

Claude Moore Colonial Farm showcases the life of the workign 18th-century family is shown, as opposed to the gentry.

Everyman's History

Response To Assault Questioned

Attempted sexual assault case raises concerns about safety on bike trail.

Response To Assault Questioned

Area Country Clubs Upgrade Facilities

Area Country Clubs Upgrade Facilities

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

Potomac Teens Arrested

Potomac Teens Arrested

What's Next for Parks?

RA hears input from Reston residents about updating its Recreation Master Plan.

What's Next for Parks?

Drowning in the Rising Tide

Residents and staff of the Embry Rucker Community Shelter are united in their belief that better days lie ahead.

Drowning in the Rising Tide

Teens Spend Summer Helping Others

Teenagers perform community service projects through Reston YMCA program.

Teens Spend Summer Helping Others

Camps and Schools

Camps and Schools

Fairlee Returns to Planning Commission

In split vote, working group approves new plan.

Fairlee Returns to Planning Commission

Tysons Rezoning: Round 2?

West*Group wants to replace 58 townhouses with 138 lofts.

Tysons Rezoning: Round 2?

Sushi for Supper?

Vienna-Oakton-Tysons area abounds with sushi options.

Sushi for Supper?

Fitness Fun through African-Latin Dance

Vienna woman starts her own dance workout company and dance troupe, based on her own choreography.

Fitness Fun through African-Latin Dance

A Homey Atmosphere at Bob and Kay's

Couple runs old-fashioned dining counter at Rexall Drug in Vienna.

A Homey Atmosphere at Bob and Kay's

More Density off Blake Lane?

More Density off Blake Lane?

Egg-ravating

Oakton woman gets egged while out for evening walk.

Egg-ravating

Tuesday, July 20

West*Group Wants Changes to its Tysons Rezoning

58 townhouses may be replaced by 138 lofts.

West*Group Wants Changes to its Tysons Rezoning

Yemane Pleads Guilty to Trio of Offenses

Woman pleads guilty to credit-card theft, credit-card fraud and grand larceny.

Yemane Pleads Guilty to Trio of Offenses

College Notes

College Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Summer Reading

West Springfield grad interns at Richard Byrd Library.

Summer Reading

West*Group Wants Changes to its Tysons Rezoning

58 townhouses may be replaced by 138 lofts.

West*Group Wants Changes to its Tysons Rezoning

Summer Reading

West Springfield grad interns at Richard Byrd Library.

Summer Reading

Everyman's History

Claude Moore Colonial Farm showcases the life of the workign 18th-century family is shown, as opposed to the gentry.

Everyman's History

25 Years of Dance

The School of Theatrical Dance raises the bar on dance instruction.

25 Years of Dance

Health Notes

Health Notes

Fairfax Briefs

Fairfax Briefs

College Notes

College Notes

Grass Has Residents Seeing Red

VDOT mowing reduction rankles residents living with high grass.

Grass Has Residents Seeing Red

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Beyond Enforcement

McLean Police Department activities run the gamut from childhood education to predictive analysis.

Beyond Enforcement

ECHO Golfs Towards Addition

ECHO Golfs Towards Addition

Health Notes

Health Notes

News Briefs

News Briefs

ECHO Golfs Toward Building Expansion

ECHO Golfs Toward Building Expansion

A Creek Runs Through It...

A Creek Runs Through It...

Egg Lady: Fresher by the Dozen

Egg-stravagent local eggs add to country atmosphere.

Egg Lady: Fresher by the Dozen

It’s All Over But the Restorin’

Cabin John Study complete, restoration efforts to begin.

It’s All Over But the Restorin’

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

A Creek Runs Through It...

A Creek Runs Through It...

Glen Echo Stands Ready to Entertain Residents

Completed restoration sparks park growth, community interest.

Glen Echo Stands Ready to Entertain Residents

Crime Report

Crime Report

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Crime Report

Crime Report

Crime Report

Crime Report

Yemane Pleads Guilty to Trio of Offenses

Woman pleads guilty to credit-card theft, credit-card fraud and grand larceny.

Yemane Pleads Guilty to Trio of Offenses

Crime

Crime

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Summer Reading

West Springfield grad interns at Richard Byrd Library.

Summer Reading

College Notes

College Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Phase I Nearing Completion

Phase I Nearing Completion

Montgomery Mall to Expand

Plan calls for adding 350,000 square feet.

Montgomery Mall to Expand

Camps & Schools Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

School Notes

School Notes

College Notes

College Notes

ECHO Golfs Toward Expansion

ECHO Golfs Toward Expansion

Calamo Creek, Area Trees Lose A Friend

Calamo Creek, Area Trees Lose A Friend

Health Notes

Health Notes

Strathmore Hall: A Campus for the Arts

Strathmore Hall: A Campus for the Arts

Woman Pleads Guilty to Murder

Woman Pleads Guilty to Murder

Crime Report

Crime Report

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

New Traffic Light Not Functional In Time

New Traffic Light Not Functional In Time

Teaching Tennis Just Having Fun

Casey McClure likes working with children and loves tennis.

Teaching Tennis Just Having Fun

Beyond Enforcement

McLean Police Department activities run the gamut from childhood education to predictive analysis.

Beyond Enforcement

A Creek Runs Through It...

A Creek Runs Through It...

Smoking Ban, Six Months Later …

Overall, revenues are up, but impact of smoking ban on restaurants is unclear.

Smoking Ban, Six Months Later …

Council Plans Changes for Affordable Housing

Package of changes to be debated this fall.

Council Plans Changes for Affordable Housing

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

A Century of Iced Tea Celebrated

A Century of Iced Tea Celebrated

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Yemane Pleads Guilty

Pender woman convicted of shoplifting at Tysons Corner Mall.

Yemane Pleads Guilty

Crime

Crime

Camps & Schools Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Sunday, July 18

MCA Welcomes Newcomers

MCA Welcomes Newcomers

By the Numbers

By the Numbers

Workforce Housing: Coming to Potomac?

Affordable Housing in Montgomery County: Special Report

Workforce Housing: Coming to Potomac?

Public Library

Public Library

About the Potomac Almanac

About the Potomac Almanac

Old Firehouse Teen Center Welcomes Middle Schoolers

Old Firehouse Teen Center Welcomes Middle Schoolers

Great Falls First Explored by John Smith

Great Falls First Explored by John Smith

Great Falls Newest Elementary School a Success

1-year-old Colvin Run Elementary is seen as community bridge.

Great Falls Newest Elementary School a Success

Who Can Afford to Live Here?

Affordable Housing in Montgomery County: Special Report

Who Can Afford to Live Here?

Palladium near completion

Mixed use building has art and community in mind

Palladium near completion

Recycling

Recycling

Welcome to Potomac

Welcome to Potomac

Residents of Avenel’s Affordable Homes Voice Views on Proposed Changes

Affordable Housing in Montgomery County: Special Report

Residents of Avenel’s Affordable Homes Voice Views on Proposed Changes

Town Built By Railroad and Proximity to DC

Town Built By Railroad and Proximity to DC

Public Library

Public Library

Welcome from the Connection Newspapers

Welcome from the Connection Newspapers

Community Centers

Community Centers

New Traffic Patterns Coming

Development along Georgetown Pike will give commuter relief.

New Traffic Patterns Coming

By the Numbers

By the Numbers

Community Centers

Community Centers

Town Built By Railroad and Proximity to DC

Town Built By Railroad and Proximity to DC

McLean Newcomers Welcome You

McLean Newcomers Welcome You

Public Safety

Public Safety

Arts and Entertainment

Arts and Entertainment

Enjoying Potomac’s Namesake

Enjoying Potomac’s Namesake

Schools

Schools

A Welcome From Dranesville District Supervisor DuBois

A Welcome From Dranesville District Supervisor DuBois

By the Numbers

By the Numbers

Community Guide Calendar 2004-2005

Community Guide Calendar 2004-2005

Faith and Worship

Faith and Worship

Historical Facts about Potomac

Historical Facts about Potomac

Fairfax County Health Department Clinics

Fairfax County Health Department Clinics

Observatory Park Being Developed in Great Falls

Landmark Observatory facility at Turner Farm will be state-of-the-art.

Observatory Park Being Developed in Great Falls

Palladium near completion

Mixed use building has art and community in mind

Palladium near completion

Police

Police

Observatory Park Being Developed in Great Falls

Landmark Observatory facility at Turner Farm will be state-of-the-art.

Observatory Park Being Developed in Great Falls

McLean Newcomers Welcome You

McLean Newcomers Welcome You

Wardinski new McLean High principal

Marshall administrator moves to McLean to lead the Highlanders

Wardinski new McLean High principal

Community Calendar

Community Calendar

Downtown revitalization taking shape

Improvements and beautification of central McLean keep coming.

Downtown revitalization taking shape

Public Safety

Public Safety

By the Numbers

By the Numbers

Downtown revitalization taking shape

Improvements and beautification of central McLean keep coming.

Downtown revitalization taking shape

Imagination Stage: Be Part of the Arts

Imagination Stage: Be Part of the Arts

Great Falls First Explored by John Smith

Great Falls First Explored by John Smith

Public Library

Public Library

Nightclubs

Nightclubs

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Community Calendar

Community Calendar

Fairfax County Teen Centers

Fairfax County Teen Centers

Potomac Chamber Of Commerce

Potomac Chamber Of Commerce

Fire Rescue

Fire Rescue

Fairfax County Health Department Clinics

Fairfax County Health Department Clinics

Schools

Schools

School Calendar 2004-2005

School Calendar 2004-2005

Get Involved

Get Involved

A Welcome From Dranesville District Supervisor DuBois

A Welcome From Dranesville District Supervisor DuBois

Wardinski new McLean High principal

Marshall administrator moves to McLean to lead the Highlanders

Wardinski new McLean High principal

Music

Music

Theatre

Theatre

Pet Care, Licensing and Vaccines

Community Guide 2003-2004

Pet Care, Licensing and Vaccines

Great Falls Newest Elementary School a Success

1-year-old Colvin Run Elementary is seen as community bridge.

Great Falls Newest Elementary School a Success

Issues to Watch in Potomac

Issues to Watch in Potomac

New Traffic Patterns Coming

Development along Georgetown Pike will give commuter relief.

New Traffic Patterns Coming

Public Library

Public Library

Welcome from the Connection Newspapers

Welcome from the Connection Newspapers

Civic Organizations

Civic Organizations

MCA Welcomes Newcomers

MCA Welcomes Newcomers

Build It or Buy It?

Affordable Housing in Montgomery County: Special Report

Build It or Buy It?

Old Firehouse Teen Center Welcomes Middle Schoolers

Old Firehouse Teen Center Welcomes Middle Schoolers

Thursday, July 15

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith

Faith

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith

Faith

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Wednesday, July 14

Health Notes

Health Notes

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Summer Music Fest

Summer Music Fest

Calendar

Calendar

There's Profit and Enjoyment in Fishing

Book a tour and get hooked on fishing.

There's Profit and Enjoyment in Fishing

Escape From the Heat This Summer

Join the Mount Vernon Orchestra for their Chamber series.

Escape From the Heat This Summer

Calendar

Calendar

Crime Report

Crime Report

Mayor Meets the Prince

City delegation journeys to France for part of D-Day anniversary celebration.

Mayor Meets the Prince

'Woman of the Year' Campaigns For Her Friends and Family

'Woman of the Year' raises $82,000 for blood cancer research

'Woman of the Year' Campaigns For Her Friends and Family

A Lot More Than Popcorn and Sodas

Old Town Theater now offering real food and drinks with the movie.

A Lot More Than Popcorn and Sodas

Helping People From the Beginning

Russ Middleton is new deputy chief of city's fire department.

Helping People From the Beginning

Man Nabbed for Attempted Carjacking

Man Nabbed for Attempted Carjacking

After One Year in Office ... "I Love Being Mayor"

Euille critical of School Board, superintendent.

After One Year in Office ... "I Love Being Mayor"

One in Custody for Rape

Police still searching for second suspect.

One in Custody for Rape

The Legion Years

Gadsby's Tavern exhibit relives the early years.

The Legion Years

City Celebrates Its Birthday

Awards handed out before symphony, fireworks entertainment.

City Celebrates Its Birthday

After SOLs: A+ for Loudoun Schools

All except seven of the Class of 2004 passes Standard of Learning tests required for graduation.

After SOLs: A+ for Loudoun Schools

Hunting Point Plan: What and When?

"Hunting Terrace is running a 20 to 22 percent vacancy at the present time" and Porto Vecchio "has quite a few vacancies."

Hunting Point Plan: What and When?

Egging Suspect Charged

School Board member's son turns himself into police.

Egging Suspect Charged

Camps and Schools

Camps and Schools

Police Turn to Heavy-Duty Crime-Fighting Equipment

Police Turn to Heavy-Duty Crime-Fighting Equipment

Class Size Matters

Class Size Matters

Sanitation Authority Gets a Boost From Fund

Sanitation Authority Gets a Boost From Fund

Antique Lovers' Dream Collection

Brockett's Row exhibits Casey Mansion pieces through July.

Antique Lovers' Dream Collection

Superintendent of Schools Gets $10,000 Raise

Board approves 5.5 percent increase for Hatrick.

Superintendent of Schools Gets $10,000 Raise

School Notes

School Notes

'Man of the Year' Is Also a Survivor

Winner raises more than $52,000

'Man of the Year' Is Also a Survivor

Broad Run Grad: Career Bound for Law and Politics

Bernal's dream is to be an ambassador.

Broad Run Grad: Career Bound for Law and Politics

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

News Briefs

News Briefs

Working with Whitey the Ferret

Working with Whitey the Ferret

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Baker's Cases Go To Grand Jury

Baker's Cases Go To Grand Jury

Zip, Zing, and 31 Spices

Redrock Canyon Grill restaurant opens in Centreville.

Zip, Zing, and 31 Spices

Roundups

Roundups

Thieves Swipe $10,000 in Clothing

Thieves Swipe $10,000 in Clothing

Real Estate

Real Estate

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Best Deal in Town

WFCM's Clothes Closet is not just for the poor.

Best Deal in Town

Woman Pleads Guilty To a Dozen Crimes

Woman Pleads Guilty To a Dozen Crimes

Stories from Students: Four for One

Four more students share their stories

Stories from Students: Four for One

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

News Briefs

News Briefs

Cohen is New GBE Principal

Replaces former principal Rebecca Pearson.

Cohen is New GBE Principal

Local Man Charged With Embezzlement

Local Man Charged With Embezzlement

Pearson Leaves GBE; Moves to Cluster VII

Pearson Leaves GBE; Moves to Cluster VII

Lowery to Lead Cluster VII

Lowery to Lead Cluster VII

GFCA Not Opposing ABC Store

Citizens association has mixed feelings on the need for a liquor store

GFCA Not Opposing ABC Store

Aersol Art or Vandalism

Incidents of graffiti are on the rise in public spaces.

Aersol Art or Vandalism

Analemma Society Seeks Support from GFCA

Observatory Park educational building will cost $1.7 billion

Analemma Society Seeks Support from GFCA

Monitors to Ease Route 7 Congestion

New traffic monitors to shave seconds and aggravation off local commute.

Monitors to Ease Route 7 Congestion

House Numbers Sometimes Found Elusive

House Numbers Sometimes Found Elusive

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

News Briefs

News Briefs

Crime

Crime

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Safety Remains Key to Ruritan Circle

Affected business owners cite need for traffic light.

Safety Remains Key to Ruritan Circle

Residents Beg for Help with Neighbors

Supervisors to study effects of strengthened code against overcrowding.

Residents Beg for Help with Neighbors

New Rules for Old Ashburn Signs?

Supervisor Lori Waters pushes for a new sign ordinance for villages.

New Rules for Old Ashburn Signs?

Stories from Students: Pregnant at 14, Successful at 21

Pregnant at 14, Successful at 21

Stories from Students: Pregnant at 14, Successful at 21

Crime

Crime

Suspect Charged in Stealing 92 Million Names

AOL employee faces criminal charges.

Suspect Charged in Stealing 92 Million Names

Smith Navigates Possible Conflict of Interest

Smith Navigates Possible Conflict of Interest

Snakes, Rats, Mosquitoes and More

Parents worry that a "rain garden" in front of Belmont Station Elementary School could be hazardous.

Snakes, Rats, Mosquitoes and More

Trial Set for Accused Rapist

Trial Set for Accused Rapist

Stories from Students: Graduating at 25 for a Goal

Alex Sanchez wanted a better life for his wife and three children.

Stories from Students: Graduating at 25 for a Goal

Virginia Bid for Baseball Depends on RFK Stadium

Would Virginia be able temporarily to use RFK Stadium for the Montreal Expos?

Virginia Bid for Baseball Depends on RFK Stadium

Socas Fills Campaign Chest against Wolf

Wolf opponent cites transportation and education as key issues.

Socas Fills Campaign Chest against Wolf

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Loudoun Leads in Job Growth

Loudoun Leads in Job Growth

Stories from Students: 'My Prayer Was Answered'

Alini Goncalves finds that life in America is no movie script, but she makes it work.

Stories from Students: 'My Prayer Was Answered'

Augusta Drive Improvements Proceed

Augusta Drive Improvements Proceed

Change in Cellular Phone Tax Benefits Town

Tax shift will be effective Dec. 1

Change in Cellular Phone Tax Benefits Town

Lanthram Indicted in Shooting of Shomaker

Lanthram Indicted in Shooting of Shomaker

'Gentle Giant' Oversees School

Ed Santiago, a defensive tackle for the Virginia Rage, oversees a preschool.

'Gentle Giant' Oversees School

Man Pleads No Contest in Murder Charge

Man Pleads No Contest in Murder Charge

Supervisors Vote Against Their Philosophy

Board of Supervisors exercises eminent domain for first time this term.

Supervisors Vote Against Their Philosophy

Fort Hunt Park Rocks on Sunday Evenings

Concert Series 2004 in full swing.

Fort Hunt Park Rocks on Sunday Evenings

Speeding Up On Route 7

New traffic monitors will shave seconds and aggravation off local commute

Speeding Up On Route 7

Students in Cooking Class Go Straight to the Source

Session of class held on site at GreenSpace Unlimited.

Students in Cooking Class Go Straight to the Source

Lights Go Out at 8804 Pear Tree Village Court

ReCreations Owner Moves Back to New England

Lights Go Out at 8804 Pear Tree Village Court

The Lab With Sticky Paws

Canine identified as the thief of several garden statues

The Lab With Sticky Paws

Sunrise Hosts Another Successful Party

Hawaiian luau entertains residents and guests.

Sunrise Hosts Another Successful Party

Arrest Made in July 4 Route 1 Attack

Man loses eye after altercation in restaurant parking lot.

Arrest Made in July 4 Route 1 Attack

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Chamber Briefed On Overtime Pay Changes

Chamber Briefed On Overtime Pay Changes

Starrs Leave Town As Clinton Returns

Alice Starr prepares to build a new life in Caliornia

Starrs Leave Town As Clinton Returns

It's Not Flooding — It's Runoff

Group evaluates environmental policy, strategy.

It's Not Flooding — It's Runoff

Discount Program Awareness Rally Held

Inova Health System working with under and uninsured people.

Discount Program Awareness Rally Held

Three Perish in Condominium Fire

Fatal fire ruled accidental; one is injured from jumping out a third floor window in Manchester Lakes blaze.

Three Perish in Condominium Fire

Speeding Teenager Runs Loose in River Farms

Speeding Teenager Runs Loose in River Farms

County Dismisses Charges

Indecent exposure case not pressed.

County Dismisses Charges

Stories from Students: 'Mock My Accent'

Miguel Roca, 21, moved from Peru four years ago.

Stories from Students: 'Mock My Accent'

Faith

Faith

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Natalie Held Onto Her Dream

Natalie Held Onto Her Dream

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

School Notes

School Notes

McLean's New Principal is Optimisitic

The magic of Walt Disney has influenced Paul Wardinski and his administrative style.

McLean's New Principal is Optimisitic

Crime

Crime

Camps and Schools

Camps and Schools

Alternative Education: About This Project

Alternative Education: About This Project

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

Stories from Students: Brothers Stick Together

Roman Rivera, 20, never attended school in Mexico because his family was too poor.

Stories from Students: Brothers Stick Together

Lukas Named Gavel In the Future Essay Finalist

Lukas Named Gavel In the Future Essay Finalist

Stories from Students: Inner Voice Found

Meredith Shonebarger had teachers at alternative school who told her she amounted to everything.

Stories from Students: Inner Voice Found

Alternative Education: 'Opportunity for Everybody'

Students from all over the world find their niche at three Fairfax alternative high schools.

Alternative Education: 'Opportunity for Everybody'

Schools

Schools

News Briefs

News Briefs

Stories from Students: Taking the Opportunity

June graduate says expulsion was the best thing to happen.

Stories from Students: Taking the Opportunity

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

HCTV-23

HCTV-23

Calendar

Calendar

Tuesday, July 13

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Green Things on Big Screens

Potomac native brings animated characters to life.

Green Things on Big Screens

HHS Choreographer Guilty in Sex Abuse Case

erry found guilty of soliciting sex from Herndon High School students while working with the school's color guard.

HHS Choreographer Guilty in Sex Abuse Case

Birthday Bliss

Vienna woman enjoys a surprise party for her 90th birthday.

Birthday Bliss

Deciding to Defer

Council gives green light for some projects and stalls others.

Deciding to Defer

Fairfax Library's Book Cart Drill Team Wows Crowds

The award-winning Fairfax City Regional Library Precision Book Cart Drill Team impresses Independence Day Parade crowds every year.

Fairfax Library's Book Cart Drill Team Wows Crowds

Lukas Named Essay Finalist

Lukas Named Essay Finalist

Kings Park Homeowner Encounters Intruder

Kings Park Homeowner Encounters Intruder

Changes Coming to Springfield Hilton

Changes Coming to Springfield Hilton

New Market Benefits Lake Anne

A new market selling antiques and unusual items is drawing crowds on Saturday mornings.

New Market Benefits Lake Anne

Disenfranchised or Moot?

Community members not contacted in some Kendale school decisions.

Disenfranchised or Moot?

Public Hearing Set for Fairlee

Fairlee Property is on Planning Commission Agenda.

Public Hearing Set for Fairlee

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Navigating A Classic Ride

Navigating A Classic Ride

Navigating A Classic Ride

Navigating A Classic Ride

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

School Notes

School Notes

A House without a Home?

Local group wants to place the historic Moorefield House at Nottoway Park.

A House without a Home?

Crime Report: July 14

Crime Report: July 14

Health Notes

Health Notes

Probably Not

Planning Board gives Stoney Creek Road idea an unfavorable review.

Probably Not

College Notes

College Notes

July 14, 2004

July 14, 2004

Public Hearing Set for Fairlee

Fairlee Property is on Planning Commission Agenda.

Public Hearing Set for Fairlee

Potomac Teen Hit in Bethesda

Potomac Teen Hit in Bethesda

RCC Readies Survey

Some are worried the $41,000 survey will neglect to adequately poll young people and the non-English speaking community.

RCC Readies Survey

VDOT Official Retires After 26 Years

VDOT Official Retires After 26 Years

Letter to Editor: Dog Park Decision Fair

Letter to Editor: Dog Park Decision Fair

Possible Fund Misuse Yields Suspension

Arlington retirement fund administrator has been suspended with pay.

Possible Fund Misuse Yields Suspension

School Notes: July 14

School Notes: July 14

College Notes

College Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Service Standards Possible for Cable Modems

County steps closer to regulating cable modem service.

Service Standards Possible for Cable Modems

Health & Fitness Notes

Health & Fitness Notes

What Is That?

River Road exit area is a rendezvous point for "wide-load" trucks and police.

What Is That?

VDOT Official Retires After 26 Years

VDOT Official Retires After 26 Years

Documentary Discussion

Cinema Arts Theatre hosts discussion after screening of political documentary.

Documentary Discussion

VDOT Official Retires After 26 Years

VDOT Official Retires After 26 Years

Bond Referendum by Numbers

Bond Referendum by Numbers

It’s All Lyne the Name

The Surrey’s new owner isn’t really new.

It’s All Lyne the Name

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

This Week in Potomac

This Week in Potomac

Ongoing

Ongoing

Fairfax Teen Excels in Biology

Rising MIT freshman was part of four-member team representing U.S. in the International Biology Olympiad in Australia last week.

Fairfax Teen Excels in Biology

Health Notes

Health Notes

Silt Fills In Area Lakes

Silt Fills In Area Lakes

Three Perish in Condo Fire

Three Perish in Condo Fire

Silt Fills In Area Lakes

Silt Fills In Area Lakes

School Notes

School Notes

Health & Fitness Notes

Health & Fitness Notes

Crime

Crime

Health Notes

Health Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Silt Fills In Area Lakes

Silt Fills In Area Lakes

News Roundup

95 affordable units approved; Nauck community revitalized; Arlington and Alexandria connect.

News Roundup

Crime Report

Crime Report

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Ongoing

Ongoing

Kings Park Homeowner Encounters Intruder

Kings Park Homeowner Encounters Intruder

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

July 14, 2004

July 14, 2004

Crime Report

Crime Report

One Way...For Now

One-Way ... for Now

One Way...For Now

Tokens of Thanks

Vienna-Tysons Regional Chamber of Commerce honors local individuals and businesses.

Tokens of Thanks

Kings Park Homeowner Encounters Intruder

Kings Park Homeowner Encounters Intruder

Health Notes

Health Notes

Wednesday, July 7

Business Notes

Business Notes

Crime

Crime

Herndon Physician Takes AMA Leadership Role

Dr. William Hazel elected to association's Board of Trustees.

Herndon Physician Takes AMA Leadership Role

Customers Are Not Paying for Their Gas

Sterling gas station attendants see rise in the number of "drive offs."

Customers Are Not Paying for Their Gas

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Cadet Program, MV Rotary Team Up to Create Winning Partnership

Cadet Program, MV Rotary Team Up to Create Winning Partnership

Raising More Than Awareness

Raising More Than Awareness

Faith

Faith

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

July Fourth in Great Falls

Great Falls residents turn out in droves to show hometown spirit.

July Fourth in Great Falls

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Park Authority Shoots, Scores

Circuit Court decision supports McLean Youth Soccer agreement for Lewinsville Park field.

Park Authority Shoots, Scores

Crime

Crime

Raising More Than Awareness

Raising More Than Awareness

Flags Retired in McLean

Nearly 500 flags were retired by incineration over the weekend.

Flags Retired in McLean

Health Notes

Health Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Crime Report

Crime Report

Sale of Thelma's Falls Through

Thelma's gets reprieve, as attempts are made to preserve the general store.

Sale of Thelma's Falls Through

Mountain View's New Leader

Jim Oliver is named principal of Centreville alternative school.

Mountain View's New Leader

Entering Office

City of Fairfax mayor, the City Council and the School Board were recently sworn in.

Entering Office

Faith

Faith

Fatality at McLean Exit of I-495

Fatality at McLean Exit of I-495

ABC Store: 'Cheers' or Jeers?

ABC store is primed to move into Great Falls Center

ABC Store: 'Cheers' or Jeers?

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Area Students Experience the Political Process

Area Students Experience the Political Process

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Wheelchair-Bound at 18

Mother seeks help for paralyzed son.

Wheelchair-Bound at 18

1,000 Teddy Bears Donated

1,000 Teddy Bears Donated

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Roundups

Roundups

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Camps & School Notes

Camps & School Notes

Political Seeding

Campaign 101 teaches students how to run grass-roots political campaigns.

Political Seeding

Rapist Convicted; Jury Says 90 Years

Centreville man is found guilty of five crimes; judge will pronounce sentence in September.

Rapist Convicted; Jury Says 90 Years

South County Bus Service To Change

New bus plan intends to better serve riders.

South County Bus Service To Change

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

New Hospitals in Loudoun: If Built, Will Patients Come?

While two vie for hospital building rights in the county, residents worry about accessibility to health care.

New Hospitals in Loudoun: If Built, Will Patients Come?

Ashley's Hit-and-Run Leaves Family Scarred

Ashley's Hit-and-Run Leaves Family Scarred

College Notes

College Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Crime

Crime

1,000 Teddy Bear Donation to Inova Children's Hospital

Fairfax resident Bill Rice donates his time, bears to children in need.

1,000 Teddy Bear Donation to Inova Children's Hospital

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Camps & School Notes

Camps & School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

School Notes

School Notes

'Grease' Is the Word at Westfield

'Grease' Is the Word at Westfield

County to Purchase 101 Acres for School

School Board will wait to review proposed boundaries for four elementary schools until the information is released to the public.

County to Purchase 101 Acres for School

Schools

Schools

Crime Report

Crime Report

Crime Report

Crime Report

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

New Bank in Great Falls

New Bank in Great Falls

Thelma's Receives Reprieve

Thelma's sale falls through, as attempts are made to preserve the general store

Thelma's Receives Reprieve

New Hospitals in Loudoun: If Built, Will Patients Come?

While two vie for hospital building rights in the county, residents worry about accessibility to health care.

New Hospitals in Loudoun: If Built, Will Patients Come?

Park Authority Scores in Soccer Verdict

Circuit Court decision supports McLean Youth Soccer agreement for Lewinsville Park field.

Park Authority Scores in Soccer Verdict

Raising More Than Awareness

Raising More Than Awareness

Bottoms Up?

ABC store is primed to move into Great Falls Center

Bottoms Up?

July Fourth in Great Falls

Great Falls residents turn out in droves to show hometown spirit,

July Fourth in Great Falls

Health Notes

Health Notes

South County Bus Service To Change

New bus plan intends to better serve riders.

South County Bus Service To Change

School Notes

School Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Battle of Courtland Woods

Loudoun County Sanitation Authority requires reduction in size of Courtland Woods.

Battle of Courtland Woods

The Partlow Legacy: Country Stores

Two country stores in eastern Loudoun offer a slice of the past.

The Partlow Legacy: Country Stores

Crime

Crime

Political Seeding

Campaign 101 teaches students how to run grass-roots political campaigns.

Political Seeding

Camps & School Notes

Camps & School Notes

Training for the Worst

Health care workers prepare for disaster in region's first American Medical Association-certified course.

Training for the Worst

Health Notes

Health Notes

Stiffening Their Resolve

The Board of Supervisors passes a resolution opposing a power line on the Washington & Old Dominion Regional Trail.

Stiffening Their Resolve

Political Seeding

Campaign 101 teaches students how to run grass-roots political campaigns.

Political Seeding

'Beauty and the Beast' Arrives

'Beauty and the Beast' Arrives

'Senator' Makes a Difference

YMCA's Wendall Fisher connects people with services.

'Senator' Makes a Difference

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith

Faith

Crime Report

Crime Report

Herndon Celebrates 'Fourth' at Bready Park

Herndon Celebrates 'Fourth' at Bready Park

Will Ruritan Circle Be Closed?

Will Ruritan Circle Be Closed?

COPT Breaks Ground on Building In Westfields Corporate Center

COPT Breaks Ground on Building In Westfields Corporate Center

6 Months Jail for Machete Attack

Howard is sentenced for burglary and abduction.

6 Months Jail for Machete Attack

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Tuesday, July 6

Police Still Searching for Pair in Sexual Assault

Victim attacked along bike path.

Police Still Searching for Pair in Sexual Assault

Motorized Scooters Evade Regulations

Motorized Scooters Evade Regulations

Summertime Jobs Build People Skills

Summertime Jobs Build People Skills

Police Cite Gang Affiliation in Assault

Saul Martinez Benitez, 19, was arrested and charged with malicious wounding and gang participation.

Police Cite Gang Affiliation in Assault

Ready to Serve the People

Burke Brownfeld volunteers, but he's ready to become a police officer.

Ready to Serve the People

Wilkoff, Danforth Are Named

All sports facility issue aired at School Board meeting.

Wilkoff, Danforth Are Named

Community Gathers For Fourth of July

Community Gathers For Fourth of July

Vienna Through Old Photos

Historic Vienna Inc. uses new museum space at the Freeman House for its latest exhibit.

Vienna Through Old Photos

Alexandria Choral Society Celebrates End of Another Season

New artistic director announced at garden party.

Alexandria Choral Society Celebrates End of Another Season

Campaign 101: Experiencing the Political Process

Campaign 101: Experiencing the Political Process

Before Beatlemania, There Was Pete Best

Before Beatlemania, There Was Pete Best

To Filter Or Not To Filter?

Fairfax County librarians discuss what is acceptable to view on the Internet.

To Filter Or Not To Filter?

Bully for Change

Popular restaurant closes; new Irish fare on the horizon.

Bully for Change

Motorized Scooters Evade Regulations

Motorized Scooters Evade Regulations

REX To Rove Route 1

County will initiate new commuter bus service along the corridor.

REX To Rove Route 1

New Interim Judge Appointed

New Interim Judge Appointed

This Week in Potomac

This Week in Potomac

T.C. Contract is Awarded

School Board authorizes shifting of capital improvement project funds to cover costs.

T.C. Contract is Awarded

Fighting Breast Cancer

Reception held to kick off Breast Cancer Walk.

Fighting Breast Cancer

Where the Wild Things Are

Where the Wild Things Are

Weekly Police Beat

Weekly Police Beat

Community Gathers For Fourth of July

Community Gathers For Fourth of July

Crime

Crime

City Bids Adieu to Barbara Ross

Planning and zoning deputy director retires.

City Bids Adieu to Barbara Ross

Time Travel to a USO Weekend

The city salutes the Greatest Generation.

Time Travel to a USO Weekend

Emergency Preparedness — Not Just for Terrorism

Emergency Preparedness — Not Just for Terrorism

Boy with Leukemia Makes Web-Filled Wish

Matt Forkas, 12, played a small role in the film thanks to the Make-a-Wish Foundation.

Boy with Leukemia Makes Web-Filled Wish

Blake's Sentencing Concludes Case

Blake's Sentencing Concludes Case

Community Gathers For Fourth of July

Community Gathers For Fourth of July

Camps & Schools Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Lee Highway Letdown

Area group opposes name change for Lee Highway.

Lee Highway Letdown

Calendar

Calendar

Funding Runs Out for Arlandria Attorney's Office

Work will continue in community; more resources added to gang-related issues.

Funding Runs Out for Arlandria Attorney's Office

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Motorized Scooters Evade Regulations

Motorized Scooters Evade Regulations

Wessynton's Independence Sparkled

Wessynton's Independence Sparkled

This Week in Potomac

This Week in Potomac

Shannon Steene Appointed as Good Shepherd Housing's New Executive Director

Shannon Steene Appointed as Good Shepherd Housing's New Executive Director

Independence Day in Reston

Thousands celebrate Fourth of July at Lake Fairfax Park.

Independence Day in Reston

Vienna Hounds Celebrate Independence Day

Vienna Hounds Celebrate Independence Day

Summertime Jobs Build People Skills

Summertime Jobs Build People Skills

Afghan Kabob is Back After Blaze

Afghan Kabob is Back After Blaze

Freedom of Expression Important to Artist

Freedom of Expression Important to Artist

It's Official

Virginia dedicates Potomac River intake pipe.

It's Official

A Fairfax Fourth

A Fairfax Fourth

Who Called the Committee?

Resident say they weren't contacted about choice of Kendale School architect.

Who Called the Committee?

Local Soprano Cuts CD

Potomac singer received her first fame at St. Francis Episcopal Church.

Local Soprano Cuts CD

RCA Election To Be Held This Weekend

A new crop of community activists hopes to breathe new life into the struggling organization.

RCA Election To Be Held This Weekend

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

Summertime Jobs Build People Skills

Summertime Jobs Build People Skills

Got Movies? Silly Question

Video Vault moves to new location

Got Movies? Silly Question

To Filter Or Not To Filter?

Fairfax County Public Library discusses what is acceptable to view on the Internet.

To Filter Or Not To Filter?

Waynewood's 4th Celebrated

Waynewood's 4th Celebrated

Education Notebook

Education Notebook

Mount Vernon Kiwanis Club Awards Scholarships

Mount Vernon Kiwanis Club Awards Scholarships

Monday, July 5

Soundtrack to Late Nights

Soundtrack to Late Nights

Growing Montessori

Committee to plan for a Montessori middle school program faces questions of where, when and how.

Growing Montessori

Rendezvous in Guatemala

Following local announcement, State Department nabs Arlington fugitive in Central America.

Rendezvous in Guatemala

Roundup

Roundup

Garvey Named School Chair

Coming year will focus on long-term goals, public support.

Garvey Named School Chair

Let it Rain

Neighborhood Fourth of July celebrations continue at Potomac Falls and River Falls.

Let it Rain

1,000 Rally for Gay Rights

Supporters protest new law they say is discriminatory.

1,000 Rally for Gay Rights

Aiding the Arts

Members of new advocacy group hope new voices will bring more support for the arts in Arlington.

Aiding the Arts

Thursday, July 1

A Light Within the Tunnel

Local artists will display winning mural designs in new concourse.

A Light Within the Tunnel