Stories for March 2004

Stories for March 2004

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Wednesday, March 31

Clubs

Clubs

Health Notes

Health Notes

Parents Learn About Teen-Age Sex

Parents Learn About Teen-Age Sex

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Volunteer Fairfax Gets New Director

Volunteer Fairfax Gets New Director

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

Biotech Magnet School?

Institute announces aid for schools; tax exemption controversy continues.

Biotech Magnet School?

Supervisor Questions Use of County Vehicles

Supervisor Questions Use of County Vehicles

Classes

Classes

19th Century Fun

19th Century Fun

Business Notes

Business Notes

Classes

Classes

Retaining Walls Combat Water Pressure

Retaining Walls Combat Water Pressure

Festival Named for Student

Arts Council oversees Travis Film Festival competition for high school students.

Festival Named for Student

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Supervisors Retract Some Cuts

Delgaudio opposes votes to restore several budget items.

Supervisors Retract Some Cuts

Calendar

Calendar

Political Notes

Political Notes

Joyce's: African Caribbean Cuisine

New restaurant offers taste of Ghana and the Caribbean.

Joyce's: African Caribbean Cuisine

Principal Pam Latt Retiring

After 30 years in education, Centreville's leader wants to do all the things she never had time for before.

Principal Pam Latt Retiring

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Roundups

Roundups

Health Notes

Health Notes

Supervisors Approve New Restaurants in Westfields

Supervisors Approve New Restaurants in Westfields

Calendar

Calendar

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Volunteer Notes

Volunteer Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Clifton Election Will Have 4 Write-Ins

Clifton Election Will Have 4 Write-Ins

School Notes

School Notes

2 Win ROTC Scholarships

2 Win ROTC Scholarships

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Two Die in Truck Crash

Teen driver charged.

Two Die in Truck Crash

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

School Notes

School Notes

People Notes

People Notes

Eastwood OK'd by Planning Commission

Eastwood OK'd by Planning Commission

Vicinski Publishes 'Daddy's Girl'

Vicinski Publishes 'Daddy's Girl'

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Back from Iraq, but Memories Still Fresh

Back from Iraq, but Memories Still Fresh

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

Police Notes

Police Notes

Police Notes

Police Notes

At the Movies

At the Movies

Giving Voice to Needs

More than 230 speakers try to influence Board of Supervisors.

Giving Voice to Needs

London Towne's Wax Museum: Living History

Some 125 students take on personas in culmination of two-month project.

London Towne's Wax Museum: Living History

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Volunteer Notes

Volunteer Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

People Notes

People Notes

Clubs

Clubs

People Notes

People Notes

Tuesday, March 30

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Alexandria's Commercial Heart Pumping Strong

King Street corridor changes but is still thriving.

Alexandria's Commercial Heart Pumping Strong

News Briefs

News Briefs

MOM Clinic Provides Dental Care to Working Poor

Professionals Volunteer to Help

MOM Clinic Provides Dental Care to Working Poor

News Briefs

News Briefs

Disabled Community Unites

Networking and empowerment emerge from accessibility summit

Disabled Community Unites

Crime Log

Crime Log

Columbine Victim Travels on Spiritual Mission

Nicole Nowlen works to prevent another Columbine.

Columbine Victim Travels on Spiritual Mission

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Little Street Rezoning Passes

Little Street Rezoning Passes

Garden Centers Abloom

Local nurseries offer flowers, tips and knowledge

Garden Centers Abloom

Crime Log

Crime Log

School Bus in Crosshairs of Paintball Gun

School Bus in Crosshairs of Paintball Gun

Preventing Risky Behaviors in Students

Middle School forum aims to educate students and parents

Preventing Risky Behaviors in Students

Health Notes

Health Notes

Crime Log

Crime Log

'Uncharted Waters' Affects Local Budgets

Plum, Howell describe implications of state budget impasse.

'Uncharted Waters' Affects Local Budgets

Roundup

Roundup

Disabled Community Unites

Networking and empowerment emerge from accessibility summit

Disabled Community Unites

Warner Speaks Out On Iraq and Afghanistan

Rotarians hear from senior senator.

Warner Speaks Out On Iraq and Afghanistan

Marcia Baldanza Selected to Head Jefferson-Houston School

Marcia Baldanza Selected to Head Jefferson-Houston School

The Alarm Turns Back The Clock in Rock

The Alarm Turns Back The Clock in Rock

Budget Hearing Draws Spending Requests

At annual hearing, 64 speakers ask county to firm up support for spending measures.

Budget Hearing Draws Spending Requests

Tree Loss Signals Another Battle of Burke

Tree Loss Signals Another Battle of Burke

College Notes

College Notes

Gunshot Wound Sends City Man to Hospital

Another resident attacked, knifed.

Gunshot Wound Sends City Man to Hospital

T.C. Career Day Draws Interest

T.C. Career Day Draws Interest

The Remix: Offering Styles of a Bygone Era

Vintage clothing shop brings in customers of all ages.

The Remix: Offering Styles of a Bygone Era

Military Notes

Military Notes

News Briefs

News Briefs

Habitat For Humanity Dedicates Three Homes

Habitat For Humanity Dedicates Three Homes

Local Red Cross Chapter Names 2004 Burke Award Winner

Theodore A. Jones, Sr. honored in ceremony.

Local Red Cross Chapter Names 2004 Burke Award Winner

Add Senior Extraordinaire to Ticer's Credentials

State senator honored by Senior Services at recognition gala.

Add Senior Extraordinaire to Ticer's Credentials

Springfield Little League Leads Off

Springfield Little League Leads Off

School Notes

School Notes

Volunteer Fairfax Gets a New Director

Volunteer Fairfax Gets a New Director

6-Acre Lot May Be Developed in Burke Centre

6-Acre Lot May Be Developed in Burke Centre

Citizens Speak Out on Budget

Citizens Speak Out on Budget

Mueller Dubbed Citizen of the Year

Judith Mueller's work to empower women is honored

Mueller Dubbed Citizen of the Year

What's Best for Metro West?

Vienna raises concerns about proposed development.

What's Best for Metro West?

Budget Session Sparks Spending Fight

Board members complain that policies were ignored in hiring assistants.

Budget Session Sparks Spending Fight

News Briefs

News Briefs

See How They Run ... Why They Run

RA candidates near end of race with Friday deadline.

See How They Run ... Why They Run

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Oakton Coach Charged with Indecent Liberties

Oakton Coach Charged with Indecent Liberties

Partridge Named Teacher of Year

Swanson math teacher picked as top teacher in Arlington for 2004.

Partridge Named Teacher of Year

A Greek Revival

Taverna Cretekou celebrates Summer Olympics with authentic cuisine.

A Greek Revival

Lake Braddock Shutterbug Wins DECA Award

Lake Braddock Shutterbug Wins DECA Award

Westward Ho

Proposed development at Vienna Metro station may define smart growth for Fairfax County.

Westward Ho

Calendar

Calendar

RA's Consensus Builder Steps Down

Suzi Jones completes her term as RA president.

RA's Consensus Builder Steps Down

Garden Centers Abloom

Local nurseries offer flowers, tips and knowledge

Garden Centers Abloom

Classes

Classes

Classes

Classes

Calendar

Calendar

Military Notes

Military Notes

Columbine Victim Travels on Spiritual Mission

Nicole Nowlen works to prevent another Columbine.

Columbine Victim Travels on Spiritual Mission

Town Looks To Strengthen Definition of Family

Controlling Over Crowding Through Math

Town Looks To Strengthen Definition of Family

HOT Lanes Proposed for I-95, Again

Fluor Daniel's plan is the second for the congested corridor.

HOT Lanes Proposed for I-95, Again

A Community Center for Fairfax?

A draft plan for a community center on Old Lee Highway is under way.

A Community Center for Fairfax?

Medical Program Aims at Real Life Training

Medical Program Aims at Real Life Training

School Bus in Crosshairs of Paintball Gun

School Bus in Crosshairs of Paintball Gun

Crime Log

Crime Log

Lake Braddock Shutterbug Wins DECA Award

Lake Braddock Shutterbug Wins DECA Award

Reston's Needy Have Own Accountants

Reston's Needy Have Own Accountants

'Uncharted Waters' Affects Local Budgets

Plum, Howell describe implications of state budget impasse.

'Uncharted Waters' Affects Local Budgets

Crossing the Line

Students challenge themselves to create community at Marshall High School.

Crossing the Line

Great Things Happening at MetroStage

Griffin visits Canada and Olympia Dukakis comes to town.

Great Things Happening at MetroStage

Artwork Helps Heal the Heart

Artwork Helps Heal the Heart

MVO Joins with NOVA Community Chorus for Concert

MVO Joins with NOVA Community Chorus for Concert

Caught in the Middle

Hudgins and citizens grapple with budgets on the county and state level.

Caught in the Middle

McLean Man Wins Air Miles

McLean adds a new million air to its ranks

McLean Man Wins Air Miles

Citizens Opine over City Budget

Fairfax City Council conducts subdued budget outreach meeting.

Citizens Opine over City Budget

Where the Jobs Are

Special Report on South County SkillSource Center.

Where the Jobs Are

Woodlawn Little League — Safe At Home

Ceremony marks opening of season, new home to Little Leaguers.

Woodlawn Little League — Safe At Home

Community Center Trumps Arts Center

Proposed CIP Goes To Council April 5

Community Center Trumps Arts Center

Workers Rescued After Construction Site Accident

Workers Rescued After Construction Site Accident

Oakton Woman New Volunteer Fairfax Director

Oakton Woman New Volunteer Fairfax Director

Military Notes

Military Notes

Citizens Speak Out on Budget

Citizens Speak Out on Budget

School Bus in Crosshairs of Paintball Gun

School Bus in Crosshairs of Paintball Gun

6-Acre Lot May Be Developed in Burke Centre

6-Acre Lot May Be Developed in Burke Centre

Mueller Dubbed Citizen of the Year

Judith Mueller's work to empower women is honored

Mueller Dubbed Citizen of the Year

Crime Log

Crime Log

Call Comes to Lower Taxes

At annual hearing, County Board hears same message from 25 speakers: lower tax rate more than a little.

Call Comes to Lower Taxes

Night Fire Drives Two From Home

Night Fire Drives Two From Home

Tree Loss Signals Another Battle of Burke

Tree Loss Signals Another Battle of Burke

Helping By The Book

Eagle Scout project delivers books to after-school reading center

Helping By The Book

Preventing Risky Behavior in Students

Middle School forum aims to educate students and parents

Preventing Risky Behavior in Students

Helping By the Book

Eagle Scout project delivers books to after-school reading center

Helping By the Book

Citizens Speak Out on Budget

Citizens Speak Out on Budget

News Briefs

News Briefs

Last of Three Defendants Sentenced

Juvenile ordered into detention until 21st birthday.

Last of Three Defendants Sentenced

Bored with the Board

Vienna woman creates imaginative board game employing strategy.

Bored with the Board

A Partnership Grows

West Potomac Academy program takes root.

A Partnership Grows

Budget Very Much On the Minds of Council Members

Budget Very Much On the Minds of Council Members

Last of Three Defendants Sentenced

Juvenile ordered into detention until 21st birthday.

Last of Three Defendants Sentenced

Westward Ho

Proposed development at Vienna Metro station may define smart growth for Fairfax County.

Westward Ho

Friends Bid Happy Retirement to Beverly Steele

30-year career with city.

Friends Bid Happy Retirement to Beverly Steele

Crossing the Line

Students challenge themselves to create community at Marshall High School.

Crossing the Line

Mysterious Park Spawns Rumors

Closed access at Upper Potomac Properties has kept park on Seneca Road a virtual secret.

Mysterious Park Spawns Rumors

Mystery Fire Destroys Jungle Gym

Mystery Fire Destroys Jungle Gym

Budget Impasse Continues

By Carla Branch

Budget Impasse Continues

The Army Says 'Thank You'

Ceremony held at Fire Station 204.

The Army Says 'Thank You'

Royal Welcome Home

Royal Welcome Home

Oakton Coach Charged with Indecent Liberties

Oakton Coach Charged with Indecent Liberties

CAPPIES REVIEW: Yorktown Cultivates 'The Secret Garden'

CAPPIES REVIEW: Yorktown Cultivates 'The Secret Garden'

History Restored at Gunston

American Century revives little-seen Hecht play, ‘A Flag Is Born.’

History Restored at Gunston

Classes

Classes

Calendar

Calendar

First Miss Greater Springfield Crowned at Greenspring Village

First Miss Greater Springfield Crowned at Greenspring Village

Calendar

Calendar

Lake Braddock Shutterbug Wins DECA Award

Lake Braddock Shutterbug Wins DECA Award

Monday, March 29

Anthony Mario Natelli, Developer of Avenel, 67

Obituary

Anthony Mario Natelli, Developer of Avenel, 67

This Week in Potomac

This Week in Potomac

Bridging the Divide

Tobytown’s computer lab opens.

Bridging the Divide

Changes Coming to Power Service

Pepco execs appear before County Council.

Changes Coming to Power Service

No Longer in The Wilderness

Church finds temporary home.

No Longer in The Wilderness

Quarry Plan Delayed

Quarry Plan Delayed

Plan Reflects Some Concerns, But Not All

Greenbriar local park draws compliments, complaints.

Plan Reflects Some Concerns, But Not All

Thursday, March 25

Become Town, Gain Clout

Rail project re-ignites interest in incorporating Reston as a town.

Become Town, Gain Clout

RA Candidates Face Off at Forum

RA election will fill three seats on Board of Directors.

RA Candidates Face Off at Forum

Cleveland: Building Bridges

Cleveland: Building Bridges

Waiting for Fiscal Shoe To Drop

Reston agencies prepare for county budget cuts.

Waiting for Fiscal Shoe To Drop

Wednesday, March 24

'The Teen Species — Up Close and Personal'

'The Teen Species — Up Close and Personal'

Police Seek Information About Home Burglaries

Police Seek Information About Home Burglaries

McGraw Chosen 2004 Psychologist of Year

McGraw Chosen 2004 Psychologist of Year

Roundups

Roundups

News Briefs

News Briefs

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Teachers Praise and Wish Wittmann Well

Teachers Praise and Wish Wittmann Well

Wittmann Leaving Chantilly Academy

Wittmann Leaving Chantilly Academy

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Crime Log

Crime Log

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Crime Log

Crime Log

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Police Notes

Police Notes

Crime Log

Crime Log

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Police Notes

Police Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Condos Offer Affordability, Conveniences

Condos Offer Affordability, Conveniences

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Clubs

Clubs

Health Notes

Health Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

School Notes

School Notes

News Briefs

News Briefs

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

HCTV Schedule

HCTV Schedule

Chess Champs Head for Nationals

Cold Spring Elementary Chess

Chess Champs Head for Nationals

At the Movies

At the Movies

Classes

Classes

Volunteer Notes

Volunteer Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Classes

Classes

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Crime Report

Crime Report

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Teen Charged with Involuntary Manslaughter

Broad Run student dies of gunshot wound.

Teen Charged with Involuntary Manslaughter

People Notes

People Notes

News Briefs

News Briefs

Police Notes

Police Notes

Ambulance Fees Worry Volunteers

Ambulance Fees Worry Volunteers

Business Notes

Business Notes

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Community Notes

Community Notes

McGraw Chosen 2004 Psychologist of Year

McGraw Chosen 2004 Psychologist of Year

Volunteer

Volunteer

$16 Million Here, $44 Million There

Supervisors slice into proposed school and county budgets.

$16 Million Here, $44 Million There

Business Notes

Business Notes

Teachers Praise and Wish Wittmann Well

Teachers Praise and Wish Wittmann Well

Wittmann Leaving Chantilly Academy

Wittmann Leaving Chantilly Academy

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Roundups

Roundups

Police Seek Information About Home Burglaries

Police Seek Information About Home Burglaries

Author Gauld Discusses 'Parenting with Honesty'

Author Gauld Discusses 'Parenting with Honesty'

'The Teen Species — Up Close and Personal'

'The Teen Species — Up Close and Personal'

Jayson Blair in His Own Words

Former Centreville resident and his mother speak out.

Jayson Blair in His Own Words

Lowe's Opens in Chantilly

New store at Sully Place Shopping Center.

Lowe's Opens in Chantilly

Ambulance Fees Worry Volunteers

Ambulance Fees Worry Volunteers

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Clubs

Clubs

Lowe's Opens in Chantilly

New store at Sully Place Shopping Center.

Lowe's Opens in Chantilly

Jayson Blair in His Own Words

Former Centreville resident and his mother speak out.

Jayson Blair in His Own Words

Author Gauld Discusses 'Parenting with Honesty'

Author Gauld Discusses 'Parenting with Honesty'

Tuesday, March 23

Lady Fairfax Looking Out For Disabled

Lady Fairfax Looking Out For Disabled

Watershed Clean Up Day At Hidden Pond

Watershed Clean Up Day At Hidden Pond

Lady Fairfax Looking Out For Disabled

Lady Fairfax Looking Out For Disabled

What’s Next at Whitey’s?

New owners work on the successor to an Arlington landmark.

What’s Next at Whitey’s?

It's Brinitzer Way

Large Crowd Celebrates Dedication

It's Brinitzer Way

West Springfield House Engulfed in Flames

West Springfield House Engulfed in Flames

Herndon Company Develops Imaging Technology

V3 Makes Debut

Herndon Company Develops Imaging Technology

Minister Makes a Joyful Noise

Minister Makes a Joyful Noise

Picking Up The Pieces

Picking Up The Pieces

Community Center Moves Forward

Community Center Moves Forward

Filtering the Potomac

Looking ahead to 16th annual Watershed Cleanup, river advocates hope to raise awareness year-round.

Filtering the Potomac

Steakhouse Celebrates 30 Years

JR's Stockyards In marks milestoes with benefit dinner

Steakhouse Celebrates 30 Years

Pioneering Women

Pioneering Women

Parental Involvement Goes A Long Way

Parental Involvement Goes A Long Way

‘Glory’ Goes Beyond the Battles

Lang brings one-man show, based on lives of Medal of Honor recipients, to Women’s Memorial.

‘Glory’ Goes Beyond the Battles

Great Falls Dancer Passes on Tradition

From student dancer to teacher and performer Kris Beery carries on a tradition.

Great Falls Dancer Passes on Tradition

Watershed Clean Up Day at Hidden Pond

Watershed Clean Up Day at Hidden Pond

Woodlawn Road is History

Woodlawn Road is History

Back to School

Providence Elementary teacher returns to normal life after spending a year in Iraq as a soldier.

Back to School

Parental Involvement Goes A Long Way

Parental Involvement Goes A Long Way

Picking Up The Pieces

Picking Up The Pieces

Chamber Celebrates Route 1 Successes

Extent of economic revitalization shown at Chamber dinner.

Chamber Celebrates Route 1 Successes

PTA President Look to Past, Future

PTA President Look to Past, Future

WMD Response Garners 2004 Tech Award

WMD Response Garners 2004 Tech Award

Protecting Providence

Fifth annual county-sponsored workshop aims to educate citizens about protecting the environment.

Protecting Providence

Goodbye Upholstery, Hello Land Design

City business landmark moves out to make way for new venture.

Goodbye Upholstery, Hello Land Design

Lining Up for Sewer, Water

Boards to Decide Fate of Utilities in Transition Area

Lining Up for Sewer, Water

A Boat is Christened

Shell bears Schuyler Jones' name.

A Boat is Christened

Watershed Clean Up Day At Hidden Pond

Watershed Clean Up Day At Hidden Pond

Pushing for the Community Center

Order of Road Projects Questioned

Pushing for the Community Center

Historic House Felled

Old Great Falls school for colored demolished to build new home.

Historic House Felled

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Volunteer Bureau Expanding Services

AVB's annual silent auction is this Friday.

Volunteer Bureau Expanding Services

Lady Fairfax Looking Out For Disabled

Lady Fairfax Looking Out For Disabled

Roundup

Roundup

Local Youth Discover Ancient Landmarks

Caring for Witness Trees.

Local Youth Discover Ancient Landmarks

Stylists Sidestep Snacks

Stylists Sidestep Snacks

Breathing Easy is Getting Harder

Pollution and solutions aired at league forum.

Breathing Easy is Getting Harder

Promoting Reading

Promoting Reading

Calming Traffic on Church Street

Town's Transportation Safety Commission plans to conduct a public hearing on pedestrian safety on Church Street.

Calming Traffic on Church Street

A Way with People

Longtime Vienna resident receives honors for his contributions to Little League and county parkland.

A Way with People

Police Report

Police Report

Fairfax to Get New Fire Station

Station 40 on Legato Road and Route 29 is estimated to open in spring 2005.

Fairfax to Get New Fire Station

Warner Pushes Compromise

During local stop, governor urges Assembly members to pass a state budget.

Warner Pushes Compromise

Picking Up The Pieces

Picking Up The Pieces

VDOT Felt the Pain

Hunting Terrace tenants get concessions, but will still vacate for repairs.

VDOT Felt the Pain

Governor Urges Passage of Budget

Warner stops off in Alexandria to rally support.

Governor Urges Passage of Budget

Volunteers Kick Off Watershed Cleanup

Lewinsville Park cleanup volunteers have a ball ad find some.

Volunteers Kick Off Watershed Cleanup

'The Music Man, Jr.' Stops in Vienna

Kilmer Middle School Presents Broadway Classic.

'The Music Man, Jr.' Stops in Vienna

Always in Demand

School Board members share thoughts on budget, search for superintendent.

Always in Demand

Minister Makes a Joyful Noise

Minister Makes a Joyful Noise

Sound Barriers Coming to Beltway

Sound Barriers Coming to Beltway

20 Years of Consistency

Le Refuge a mainstay in Old Town.

20 Years of Consistency

Tenants, Cabbies Dominate Council Attention

Tenants, Cabbies Dominate Council Attention

Volunteers Kick off Watershed Cleanup

Lewinsville Park cleanup volunteers have a ball and find some

Volunteers Kick off Watershed Cleanup

MetroStage — A Happening Venue

Griffin visits Canada; Olympia Dukakis comes to town.

MetroStage — A Happening Venue

Metro Hearing Draws Crowd

Speakers split on higher fares, but many support more advertising on Metro trains, buses.

Metro Hearing Draws Crowd

Herndon Robot Survives Semifinals

Herndon Robot Survives Semifinals

Today's Rally for Tomorrow's Alexandria

Second Presbyterian site lauded by citizens as perfect open space opportunity.

Today's Rally for Tomorrow's Alexandria

VFW Recognizes Honor Service

The two are named police officer and firefighter of the year.

VFW Recognizes Honor Service

Protecting Providence

Fifth annual county-sponsored workshop aims to educate citizens about protecting the environment.

Protecting Providence

Garfield Grant Highlights County Program, Process

Garfield Grant Highlights County Program, Process

Steakhouse Celebrates 30 Years

JR's Stockyards Inn marks milestones with benefit dinner.

Steakhouse Celebrates 30 Years

McLean Woman Named Agent of the Year

McLean Woman Named Agent of the Year

New Alexandria Pioneer Turns 100

Friends, family embrace M.D. Cooper on his birthday.

New Alexandria Pioneer Turns 100

Residents Furious With Landlord

Tenants of Hunting Terrace told to vacate; VDOT fears for their safety.

Residents Furious With Landlord

Former School Board Chair Still Tied to Education

Isis Castro appointed to State Board, teaching classes.

Former School Board Chair Still Tied to Education

Groveton Holds NCLB Forum

School Board members speak out on the issues.

Groveton Holds NCLB Forum

Great Falls Dancer Passes on Tradition

From student dancer to teacher and performer Kris Beery carries on tradition

Great Falls Dancer Passes on Tradition

Monday, March 22

It’s That Time of Year

Annual Potomac River cleanup set for April 3.

It’s That Time of Year

Phase II: Condos and Commercial

Second phase of Fortune Parc gets site plan approval.

Phase II: Condos and Commercial

Children Helping Children

Children Helping Children

Board Puts Off Land Decision

New school approved on Kendale, other sites to be studied.

Board Puts Off Land Decision

Hoover’s World

Hoover’s World

Changes to Fire Service

Changes to Fire Service

It’s The Water

WSSC explains why it needs a new pipe.

It’s The Water

Thursday, March 18

HHS, SLHS Rank High in Violent Incidents

Students say they feel safe despite statistics.

HHS, SLHS Rank High in Violent Incidents

Wednesday, March 17

Check for $729,250 To Buy Hunter-Hacor Site

Check for $729,250 To Buy Hunter-Hacor Site

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

Around Town

Around Town

Thumbs Up for Residential Project

Thumbs Up for Residential Project

Thumbs Up for Residential Project

Thumbs Up for Residential Project

Gym Helping Women Lose 2,004 lbs. in '04

The Women's Club is a ladies-only facility stressing individualized weight-loss programs.

Gym Helping Women Lose 2,004 lbs. in '04

People Notes

People Notes

Hugo's Drag-Racing Bill Passes General Assembly

Hugo's Drag-Racing Bill Passes General Assembly

Top of Her Police Class

Caroline Morgan is top Criminal Justice Academy graduate.

Top of Her Police Class

Eight Years Prison for Centreville Man

Eight Years Prison for Centreville Man

Hugo's Drag-Racing Bill Passes General Assembly

Hugo's Drag-Racing Bill Passes General Assembly

News Briefs

News Briefs

Volunteer Notes

Volunteer Notes

Check for $729,250 To Buy Hunter-Hacor Site

Check for $729,250 To Buy Hunter-Hacor Site

Last Look at Alternatives

Residents view Battlefield Bypass proposals; new alternative to G is added.

Last Look at Alternatives

Gym Helping Women Lose 2,004 lbs. in '04

The Women's Club is a ladies-only facility stressing individualized weight-loss programs.

Gym Helping Women Lose 2,004 lbs. in '04

Mel Gibson's Passion Play

Area theologians, academics and citizens discuss Mel Gibson's movie 'The Passion of the Christ' after Fairfax City screening.

Mel Gibson's Passion Play

Business Notes

Business Notes

Honoring Pat

Local community remembers friend and longtime athletic director at Fairfax High School.

Honoring Pat

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

A Fix for Route 29/Gallows Intersection?

Fairfax County puts money toward an unpopular road plan.

A Fix for Route 29/Gallows Intersection?

News Briefs

News Briefs

Volunteers

Volunteers

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Top of Her Police Class

Caroline Morgan is top Criminal Justice Academy graduate.

Top of Her Police Class

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Calendar

Calendar

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Classes

Classes

Volunteers

Volunteers

Shaving Heads Raises Money for Children

Shaving Heads Raises Money for Children

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Volunteers

Volunteers

Calendar

Calendar

Tarnished Reporting?

Letter to the Editor

Tarnished Reporting?

At the Movies

At the Movies

Calendar

Calendar

HCTV Schedule

HCTV Schedule

Calendar

Calendar

Church Street's Bookend Buildings

Town Council designates Berry House an historic property and addresses traffic congestion at the post office.

Church Street's Bookend Buildings

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Volunteers

Volunteers

Volunteers

Volunteers

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Volunteers

Volunteers

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Calendar

Calendar

Celebrating St. Pat’s

Celebrating St. Pat’s

Mel Gibson's Passion Play

Area theologians, academics and citizens discuss Mel Gibson's movie 'The Passion of the Christ' after Fairfax City screening.

Mel Gibson's Passion Play

Clubs

Clubs

Police Notes

Police Notes

Eyes for the Blind

Area family and beneficiary talk about life with a guide dog.

Eyes for the Blind

Volunteer Notes

Volunteer Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

News Briefs

News Briefs

School Notes

School Notes

Junk Piles Up, Filling Valuable Real Estate Space

Junk Piles Up, Filling Valuable Real Estate Space

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Working at Beautifying Centreville

Virginia Run Home and Garden Club is planting trees.

Working at Beautifying Centreville

Health Notes

Health Notes

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Around Town

Around Town

McLaughlin-Williams, Blake Plead Guilty

McLaughlin-Williams pleads guilty of counterfeiting in federal court while John Adam Blake pleads guilty in Fairfax Circuit Court.

McLaughlin-Williams, Blake Plead Guilty

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Clubs

Clubs

News Briefs

News Briefs

Health Notes

Health Notes

Crime Log

Crime Log

A Fix for Route 29/Gallows Intersection?

Fairfax County puts money toward an unpopular road plan.

A Fix for Route 29/Gallows Intersection?

Hugo's Drag-Racing Bill Passes General Assembly

Hugo's Drag-Racing Bill Passes General Assembly

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Crime Log

Crime Log

Crime Log

Crime Log

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Retired Officer Combats Intolerance

orld War II veteran and Jew talks with Madison students about his experiences.

Retired Officer Combats Intolerance

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Crime Log

Crime Log

Police Notes

Police Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Last Look at Alternatives

Residents view Battlefield Bypass proposals; new alternative to G is added.

Last Look at Alternatives

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Police Notes

Police Notes

Around Town

Around Town

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Crime Log

Crime Log

Business Notes

Business Notes

News Briefs

News Briefs

Shaving Heads Raises Money for Children

Shaving Heads Raises Money for Children

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Around Town

Around Town

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

From Scalpel to Machete

Supervisors trade line item departmental reviews for $40 million cut in proposed budget; Bowers told to make recommendations.

From Scalpel to Machete

Deputy Charges He's Forced Out

Deputy claims harassment for his support of Simpson's opponent.

Deputy Charges He's Forced Out

Supervisors Approve Lincoln Rezoning

Gallows Road to Gain 570 New Homes

Supervisors Approve Lincoln Rezoning

Business Notes

Business Notes

Around Town

Around Town

College Notes

College Notes

Studying the Might of the Minuscule

Oakton 17-year-old and TJ student advances to the finals of a national science talent search.

Studying the Might of the Minuscule

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Eight Years Prison for Centreville Man

Eight Years Prison for Centreville Man

Clubs

Clubs

Going for the Goal

Sports marketing students partner with DC United.

Going for the Goal

Hugo's Drag-Racing Bill Passes General Assembly

Hugo's Drag-Racing Bill Passes General Assembly

Community Notes

Community Notes

Classes

Classes

Working at Beautifying Centreville

Virginia Run Home and Garden Club is planting trees.

Working at Beautifying Centreville

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Tuesday, March 16

A New Day for Landmark Mall?

A mix of residential and commercial use envisioned.

A New Day for Landmark Mall?

School Notes

School Notes

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

Diamond in Health

Arlington hospital celebrates Diamond Jubilee on 60th anniversary.

Diamond in Health

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

Southern Italian Cuisine Drawing Rave Reviews

A la lucia is newest city restaurant.

Southern Italian Cuisine Drawing Rave Reviews

A Decade of Music

Iota marks 10 years of expansion, poetry and music.

A Decade of Music

Aldersgate Mounts A Charmer

Theater Review

Aldersgate Mounts A Charmer

First Night Expands to Mt. Vernon Avenue

New restaurant permit approved near waterfront.

First Night Expands to Mt. Vernon Avenue

What's In a Name? — Honor and Emotion

What's In a Name? — Honor and Emotion

Local Projects Moving Forward

Traffic, education, environment issues at the forefront for Democratic veteran.

Local Projects Moving Forward

Warner Calls Special Session

City budget may be affected.

Warner Calls Special Session

King Street Metro Enhancements to Proceed

Some citizens want city to deny the building of the new platform.

King Street Metro Enhancements to Proceed

TB Case Still Has Parents Concerned

TB Case Still Has Parents Concerned

Gangs Growing in Schools

School Board considers how to intervene.

Gangs Growing in Schools

Tornadoes — They Still Occur Here

City takes part in statewide tornado drill.

Tornadoes — They Still Occur Here

Burke Centre Residents Writing Bigger Checks

Burke Centre Residents Writing Bigger Checks

Assembly Nixes Defenders

Bills to establish public defender’s office in Arlington are delayed until 2005.

Assembly Nixes Defenders

Water Worries Bubble to Surface

While county says tests show no concern, confusion and worry spark demand for filters, test kits in stores.

Water Worries Bubble to Surface

Roundup

Roundup

Exploravision Students Venture Out On a Limb

Exploravision Students Venture Out On a Limb

A Question of Answers

A Question of Answers

Plaugher Announces Retirement

Fire chief will leave department at end of June, after his successor is chosen.

Plaugher Announces Retirement

Veteran Volunteer Now Teaches About Non-Profits

Veteran Volunteer Now Teaches About Non-Profits

Lead No Cause for Concern, Says County

Lead No Cause for Concern, Says County

Hearings Set on Proposed VRE Rate Adjustments

Hearings Set on Proposed VRE Rate Adjustments

Hearings Set on VRE Rate Adjustments

Hearings Set on VRE Rate Adjustments

A Question of Answers

A Question of Answers

Veteran Volunteer Now Teaches About Non-Profits

Veteran Volunteer Now Teaches About Non-Profits

Exploravision Students Venture Out On a Limb

Exploravision Students Venture Out On a Limb

Veteran Volunteer Now Teaches About Non-Profits

Veteran Volunteer Now Teaches About Non-Profits

Veteran Volunteer Now Teaches About Non-Profits

Veteran Volunteer Now Teaches About Non-Profits

Gems Spurt Easter Egg Treasure Hunt

Gems Spurt Easter Egg Treasure Hunt

Bringing Worlds Together

Bringing Worlds Together

Langley Seniors Explore Ethics

Langley Seniors Explore Ethics

Hands On History

Hands On History

Resurrection of Bypass

Supervisors To Reconsider WTC

Resurrection of Bypass

Principal Focuses on What's Right

Principal Focuses on What's Right

Student Art on Display

Student Art on Display

Bringing Worlds Together

Bringing Worlds Together

Springhouse Gets Second Chance

Springhouse Gets Second Chance

Septic Tank Tax

Septic Tank Tax

Potomac Pharmacy Robbed

Potomac Pharmacy Robbed

Sharon Kelso Honored for her 24 Years of Service

Supervisors pay tribute to UCM director.

Sharon Kelso Honored for her 24 Years of Service

They’re Not Playing Around

Wayside students raise money for playground equipment.

They’re Not Playing Around

Almanac Named ‘Newspaper of the Year’

Third year in a row as ‘Newspaper of the Year,’ plus three ‘Best of Show’ awards.

Almanac Named ‘Newspaper of the Year’

New Bus Service — Benefit or Detriment?

New Bus Service — Benefit or Detriment?

Pedestrian Issues in Annapolis

Pedestrian Issues in Annapolis

History Comes Alive for Hollin Meadows Students

By Gale Curcio

History Comes Alive for Hollin Meadows Students

New Park at Glen and Travilah?

New Park at Glen and Travilah?

A Woman's Place Is In the Military

March is Women In History Month

A Woman's Place Is In the Military

A Day of Giving Back

Residents help around the community.

A Day of Giving Back

Veteran Volunteer Now Teaches About Non-Profits

Veteran Volunteer Now Teaches About Non-Profits

Wootton Carrie on 'Fiddler' Tradition

Wootton Theater

Wootton Carrie on 'Fiddler' Tradition

In Search of Clean Water

In Search of Clean Water

RCI Officially Underway

Ceremony marks start of new housing at Ft. Belvoir.

RCI Officially Underway

Citizen Groups in Mount Vernon

Part Two: Mount Vernon Community Coalition, Inc.

Citizen Groups in Mount Vernon

Langley Seniors Explore Ethics

Langley Seniors Explore Ethics

Anyone Care about RA Cap?

Fee break for those on fixed incomes recommended.

Anyone Care about RA Cap?

Exploravision Students Venture Out On a Limb

Exploravision Students Venture Out On a Limb

State Underfunds County, Hudgins Says

At Reston hearing, focus is on services, not taxes.

State Underfunds County, Hudgins Says

Hearings Set on VRE Rate Adjustments

Hearings Set on VRE Rate Adjustments

HHS, SLHS Rank High in Violent Incidents

Students say they feel safe despite statistics.

HHS, SLHS Rank High in Violent Incidents

A Question of Answers

A Question of Answers

Lynbrook 'Leans' On Inova Healthplex

Lynbrook 'Leans' On Inova Healthplex

'Best of Reston' Recognizes Linda Miller

From Reston Town Center to community service projects, Miller's focused on what's best for Reston.

'Best of Reston' Recognizes Linda Miller

Veteran Volunteer Now Teaches About Non-Profits

Veteran Volunteer Now Teaches About Non-Profits

A Clearing Crops Up in Springfield

A Clearing Crops Up in Springfield

Wednesday, March 10

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Clubs

Clubs

Volunteer

Volunteer

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Westfield's Improv Team Wins Event and Trophy

Westfield's Improv Team Wins Event and Trophy

Man Charged with Brandishing Firearm

Man Charged with Brandishing Firearm

Highlights from Clifton Town Council Meeting

Highlights from Clifton Town Council Meeting

It's 'Coffee Time' in Centreville

New store opens in the Pickwick Shopping Center.

It's 'Coffee Time' in Centreville

Roundups

Roundups

Tax Debate Divides County

While some decry any tax increase, others want to pay more.

Tax Debate Divides County

Two Bank-Robbery Charges Go to Grand Jury

Two Bank-Robbery Charges Go to Grand Jury

Volunteer

Volunteer

From Middle to Elementary

Supervisors cite "pressing need."

From Middle to Elementary

'Le Chateau de Murder'

Westfield High thespians present murder mystery.

'Le Chateau de Murder'

A New Challenge

Westfield High Principal Dale Rumberger leaves to open South County high school.

A New Challenge

Staff Grateful for Principal's Support

Staff Grateful for Principal's Support

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

A Potluck Fund-Raiser

Barber shop farewell benefits American Cancer Society.

A Potluck Fund-Raiser

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Cuccinelli: A Strong Advocate of Education?

Cuccinelli: A Strong Advocate of Education?

Teaching About Elections

Virginia Run's Carol Ann Coryell takes trip to Russia to teach about election process.

Teaching About Elections

People Notes

People Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

News Briefs

News Briefs

Majority of Speakers: 'Raise My Taxes'

Supervisors hear majority attest to quality of schools.

Majority of Speakers: 'Raise My Taxes'

People Notes

People Notes

Thomas Jefferson's 'The Crucible'

Cappies Review

Thomas Jefferson's 'The Crucible'

Police Notes

Police Notes

Rumberger Named South County High Principal

Rumberger Named South County High Principal

School Notes

School Notes

Vocalizing with Verlette Simon

Vocalizing with Verlette Simon

Vocalizing with Verlette Simon

Vocalizing with Verlette Simon

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Classes

Classes

School Notes

School Notes

Crime Log

Crime Log

Calendar

Calendar

HCTV

HCTV

At the Movies

At the Movies

Classes

Classes

Calendar

Calendar

School Notes

School Notes

It's Public's Turn Next

RA board, after approving changes for governing documents, plans two hearings.

It's Public's Turn Next

Volunteer

Volunteer

Calendar

Calendar

Rumberger Named South County High Principal

Rumberger Named South County High Principal

Clubs

Clubs

Parkway Accident Leaves Two Hospitalized

Parkway Accident Leaves Two Hospitalized

Calendar

Calendar

Rumberger Named South County High Principal

Rumberger Named South County High Principal

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Reston Founder Reflects on 40 Years

Community to celebrate Founder's Day.

Reston Founder Reflects on 40 Years

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Honoring Director of Surgery Unit

Nancy Susco to receive Best of Reston award.

Honoring Director of Surgery Unit

Food Handllng Fails Inspections

All but two Reston school cafeterias cited for "critical" health code violations.

Food Handllng Fails Inspections

Health Notes

Health Notes

News Briefs

News Briefs

Health Notes

Health Notes

Crime Log

Crime Log

Health Notes

Health Notes

Crime Log

Crime Log

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Police Notes

Police Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Police Notes

Police Notes

Crime Log

Crime Log

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Highlights from Clifton Town Council Meeting

Highlights from Clifton Town Council Meeting

It's 'Coffee Time' in Centreville

New store opens in the Pickwick Shopping Center.

It's 'Coffee Time' in Centreville

News Briefs

News Briefs

Roundups

Roundups

Two Bank-Robbery Charges Go to Grand Jury

Two Bank-Robbery Charges Go to Grand Jury

'Le Chateau de Murder'

Westfield High thespians present murder mystery.

'Le Chateau de Murder'

A New Challenge

Westfield High Principal Dale Rumberger leaves to open South County high school.

A New Challenge

Staff Grateful for Principal's Support

Staff Grateful for Principal's Support

Man Charged with Brandishing Firearm

Man Charged with Brandishing Firearm

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Speed, Alcohol Factors in Burke Accident

In Burke Centre, a road through the Woods community is often looked on as a cut-through.

Speed, Alcohol Factors in Burke Accident

A Potluck Fund-Raiser

Barber shop farewell benefits American Cancer Society.

A Potluck Fund-Raiser

Cuccinelli: A Strong Advocate of Education?

Cuccinelli: A Strong Advocate of Education?

Teaching About Elections

Virginia Run's Carol Ann Coryell takes trip to Russia to teach about election process.

Teaching About Elections

Westfield's Improv Team Wins Event and Trophy

Westfield's Improv Team Wins Event and Trophy

Tuesday, March 9

New Look at Village Wharf

Dining

New Look at Village Wharf

Capturing Food As Art

Maremi Hooff likes the shapes and colors.

Capturing Food As Art

Assembly Punts Nominees to Governor

Dawkins, Niebauer up for court appointments, appear in Richmond hearings.

Assembly Punts Nominees to Governor

Arlington Theaters Honored

Local companies nab 22 Hayes nominations, two WATCH awards.

Arlington Theaters Honored

Burst Pipe Floods Marina Towers

No utilities for residents in high-rise.

Burst Pipe Floods Marina Towers

Health Notes

Health Notes

Local Remodeler Ranked as Largest in the Nation

Local Remodeler Ranked as Largest in the Nation

Making Beautiful Music Together

Vienna Choral Society to host upcoming March concert.

Making Beautiful Music Together

Roundup

Roundup

Ox Road Widening Project Comes To a Halt

Ox Road Widening Project Comes To a Halt

Senior Center Incorporates Chapter of Red Hat Society

Senior Center Incorporates Chapter of Red Hat Society

Community Center Searching for Board Members

Community Center Searching for Board Members

Women's Center Hosts Annual Leadership Conference

Women's Center Hosts Annual Leadership Conference

Police Roll Out New Bus

Mobile Command system to allow greater communications at crime scenes, disasters.

Police Roll Out New Bus

Military Notes

Military Notes

Helping Fellow Burn Survivors

Vienna man creates foundation to help burn survivors.

Helping Fellow Burn Survivors

Town Campaign Season Begins

Town Campaign Season Begins

Springfield Interchange Adopts Fire and Rescue Response

Springfield Interchange Adopts Fire and Rescue Response

Speed, Alcohol Factors in Burke Accident

Speed, Alcohol Factors in Burke Accident

This Week in Potomac

This Week in Potomac

Art Finds a New Home

The Vienna Arts Society opens new center.

Art Finds a New Home

Accused Art Thief Pleads Guilty

By Carla Branch

Accused Art Thief Pleads Guilty

Korean Karate Provides Lessons For Teens

Korean Karate Provides Lessons For Teens

An Honor Guard is Revitalized

City's fire department has full contingent with new uniforms.

An Honor Guard is Revitalized

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Taste of McLean Satisfies Variety of Appetites

Taste of McLean Satisfies Variety of Appetites

The Berg Morphs Into Chatham Square

Official groundbreaking held Wednesday.

The Berg Morphs Into Chatham Square

Two Teens Sentenced

Juvenile detention, probation handed out in Jones' murder case.

Two Teens Sentenced

Making Beautiful Music Together

Vienna Choral Society to host upcoming March concert.

Making Beautiful Music Together

City Budget Presented

Council hears city manager outline fully funded theme items.

City Budget Presented

Super Tuesday Takes On Special Significance

For third and fourth graders.

Super Tuesday Takes On Special Significance

Odyssey of the Mind Continues to Energize Young Minds

Problem solving competition held at Mount Vernon High School.

Odyssey of the Mind Continues to Energize Young Minds

Gas Station Fire

Quick actions by George Mason Shell employees prevent major calamity.

Gas Station Fire

Re-thinking School Sites

Re-thinking School Sites

Budget too Tight for Salona

County budget constraints could hinder purchase of Salona for park use.

Budget too Tight for Salona

A Perfect Lift Off For Ballyshaners' 23rd Parade

A Perfect Lift Off For Ballyshaners' 23rd Parade

Auction Brings in Money for Crew Team

Auction Brings in Money for Crew Team

Maybe Not Today …

Public hearing draws more than 100 opposed to giving up land.

Maybe Not Today …

Ox Road Widening Project Comes To a Halt

Ox Road Widening Project Comes To a Halt

Belle View Elementary Students Win Honors in 'Reflections' Arts Contest

Belle View Elementary Students Win Honors in 'Reflections' Arts Contest

Roundup

Roundup

Budget too Tight for Salona

County budget constraints could hinder purchase of Salona for park use.

Budget too Tight for Salona

Citizens Have Their Say at Final Session

Citizens Have Their Say at Final Session

Game Company Imagines Another World

Fairfax-based company creates online games played worldwide.

Game Company Imagines Another World

All in the Family

Father/daughter team pairs up to produce one-act.

All in the Family

Another Pipe in the River

Another Pipe in the River

Students Gain Living History Lesson

Wheelan Combines Black, Women History Months

Students Gain Living History Lesson

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Doctor Dreams Reap Reward

Fairfax student's entry about wanting to be a doctor wins contest.

Doctor Dreams Reap Reward

Percussionist Describes Sound and Silence

Evelyn Glennie inspires creative soundscape at Kent Gardens Elementary School

Percussionist Describes Sound and Silence

Making Beautiful Music Together

Vienna Choral Society to host upcoming March concert.

Making Beautiful Music Together

Women's Center Hosts Annual Leadership Conference

Women's Center Hosts Annual Leadership Conference

Mailbox Removed from Community Center

Post Office says box is not used enough.

Mailbox Removed from Community Center

Assembly Session Proves Good to Herndon

Assembly Session Proves Good to Herndon

Speed, Alcohol Factors in Burke Accident

Speed, Alcohol Factors in Burke Accident

Bob's Printing: Successful Family Business on Route 1

Business Profile

Bob's Printing: Successful Family Business on Route 1

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Women's Center Hosts Annual Leadership Conference

Women's Center Hosts Annual Leadership Conference

Landscape Center Relocates to Great Falls

High-end garden design center blooms in Great Falls

Landscape Center Relocates to Great Falls

Just One More Thing

Committee deals with bill to change county’s fire service.

Just One More Thing

CARE Sets a Deadline

Group wants to keep pressure on Inova Health System.

CARE Sets a Deadline

Korean Karate Teaches Life Lessons For Teens

Korean Karate Teaches Life Lessons For Teens

Fish Are Biting At Accotink

Fish Are Biting At Accotink

Two Teens Sentenced

Juvenile detention, probation handed out in Jones' murder case.

Two Teens Sentenced

Only Exception Gets Approval

Eleven houses to be built on Piney Meetinghouse.

Only Exception Gets Approval

Familiar Faces on May Ballot

Races for the Vienna Town Council are unopposed this year.

Familiar Faces on May Ballot

Citizens Count Down to Election Day

Citizens will vote in May for mayor, City Council, School Board.

Citizens Count Down to Election Day

Korean Karate Teaches Life Lessons For Teens

Korean Karate Teaches Life Lessons For Teens

Freedom Memorial Design Altered

Great Falls Freedom Memorial will include remembrance of 9/11 victims.

Freedom Memorial Design Altered

DAR Honors McLean's Tree Man

Dick Poole receives DAR conservation award

DAR Honors McLean's Tree Man

Women Learn To Be Fit for Life

Y-Me Supports Local Breast Cancer Survivors

Women Learn To Be Fit for Life

DAR Honors McLean's Tree Man

Dick Poole receives DAR conservation award

DAR Honors McLean's Tree Man

Around Town

Around Town

City Unveils Proposed Budget for '04-05

Proposed real estate tax rate is at 92 Cents.

City Unveils Proposed Budget for '04-05

Capturing Food As Art

Maremi Hooff likes the shapes and colors.

Capturing Food As Art

As Budget Approval Nears, Teachers, Watchdogs Look at Details

As Budget Approval Nears, Teachers, Watchdogs Look at Details

Moving from Tech World to Dollhouses

Tiny Heirlooms lets them eat cake and more

Moving from Tech World to Dollhouses

New Principal Named for GW Middle School

New Principal Named for GW Middle School

New Look at Village Wharf

Dining

New Look at Village Wharf

Truck Occupants Raise Alarm at West Springfield

Truck Occupants Raise Alarm at West Springfield

Chronic Problems on Falls

Chronic Problems on Falls

Lead Levels Ebb on Second Tests

Concern over preliminary tests prompts second round. But results show no widespread contamination.

Lead Levels Ebb on Second Tests

Tapestry Raffled for Water Garden

Tapestry Raffled for Water Garden

A Celebration to Success

Burke Library observes second anniversary.

A Celebration to Success

Wednesday, March 3

Health Notes

Health Notes

Roving Robots

Vienna high schools prepare for robotics competition.

Roving Robots

Tailgaters Operating in Tysons Offices

Tailgaters Operating in Tysons Offices

Cartersville Baptist Offers 'Caring Community'

An African-American church in Oakton recently commemorated its 140th anniversary.

Cartersville Baptist Offers 'Caring Community'

School Notes

School Notes

Fairfax's Long Road to Integration

Fairfax Museum looks at desegregation within Fairfax County Public Schools while commemorating history of Brown v. Board of Education.

Fairfax's Long Road to Integration

Tysons Expansion Changes Traffic

Tysons Expansion Changes Traffic

Volunteer

Volunteer

Classes

Classes

Police Notes

Police Notes

Roundups

Roundups

The End of an Era

Centreville Barber Shop closing after 49 years.

The End of an Era

People Notes

People Notes

Classes

Classes

Calendar

Calendar

Classes

Classes

At the Movies

At the Movies

HCTV Schedule

HCTV Schedule

Ellen Graves Serves Through Volunteerism

Helping needy runs through her family.

Ellen Graves Serves Through Volunteerism

Fairfax's Long Road to Integration

Fairfax Museum looks at desegregation within Fairfax County Public Schools while commemorating history of Brown v. Board of Education.

Fairfax's Long Road to Integration

Community Notes

Community Notes

Westfield Football Team Honored in Richmond

Westfield Football Team Honored in Richmond

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Police Notes

Police Notes

Rumberger Leaves Westfield, Goes South

Rumberger Leaves Westfield, Goes South

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

Clubs

Clubs

School Notes

School Notes

Commuters Back Rail Project

Informal survey comes after polls conducted by both advocates and opponents.

Commuters Back Rail Project

Lake Flap Pits Neighbor Against Neighbor

Lake Werowance residents ask tht a watershed improvement district be established.

Lake Flap Pits Neighbor Against Neighbor

School Notes

School Notes

Who May Marry Whom?

Potomac’s legislators weigh in on marriage bills.

Who May Marry Whom?

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Man Charged With Assaulting Police Officer

Man Charged With Assaulting Police Officer

Clubs

Clubs

Chantilly High Senior Wins $40K Scholarship

Chantilly High Senior Wins $40K Scholarship

Going Bald for Cancer Research

Centreville man shaving head for St. Baldrick's Day fund-raiser

Going Bald for Cancer Research

Clifton Fuel-Oil Smell Creates a Mystery

Clifton Fuel-Oil Smell Creates a Mystery

Clubs

Clubs

Clifton Fuel-Oil Smell Creates a Mystery

Clifton Fuel-Oil Smell Creates a Mystery

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Tailgaters Operating in Tysons

County police urge office workers at Tysons to monitor belongings and pay attention to who is in the office.

Tailgaters Operating in Tysons

Rumberger Leaves Westfield, Goes South

Rumberger Leaves Westfield, Goes South

Volunteer

Volunteer

Girl Dances in New York City Ballet

Teresa Reichlen of Clifton performs at The Kennedy Center this week.

Girl Dances in New York City Ballet

Chantilly Academy Students Compete in Robotics Event

Chantilly Academy Students Compete in Robotics Event

Girl Dances in New York City Ballet

Teresa Reichlen of Clifton performs at The Kennedy Center this week.

Girl Dances in New York City Ballet

Health Notes

Health Notes

Roundups

Roundups

Democratic Adjustment

RCC board re-institutes one person, one vote.

Democratic Adjustment

Business Notes

Business Notes

Garden Gala Explores Sanctuary Escapes

Garden Gala Explores Sanctuary Escapes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

The End of an Era

Centreville Barber Shop closing after 49 years.

The End of an Era

Time for a Trail?

Area residents discuss Woodglen Lake Park's future.

Time for a Trail?

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Westfield Football Team Honored in Richmond

Westfield Football Team Honored in Richmond

Man Charged With Assaulting Police Officer

Man Charged With Assaulting Police Officer

Chantilly High Senior Wins $40K Scholarship

Chantilly High Senior Wins $40K Scholarship

Going Bald for Cancer Research

Centreville man shaving head for St. Baldrick's Day fund-raiser

Going Bald for Cancer Research

School Notes

School Notes

Chantilly Academy Students Compete in Robotics Event

Chantilly Academy Students Compete in Robotics Event

Volunteer

Volunteer

Board Funds New Elementary School

Dulles area of county witnesses rapid residential growth.

Board Funds New Elementary School

Health Notes

Health Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Caring for the Community

Two Woodson students recognized for commitment to volunteering.

Caring for the Community

Lake Flap Pits Neighbor Against Neighbor

Lake Werowance residents ask that a watershed improvement district be established.

Lake Flap Pits Neighbor Against Neighbor

Tuesday, March 2

Crestwood Celebrates Suess' 100th Birthday

Crestwood Celebrates Suess' 100th Birthday

Church Site Debate Continues

Open space and McMansions proposed.

Church Site Debate Continues

Foundation Lobbies for Arts Center

CIP Hearing Attracts Few Speakers

Foundation Lobbies for Arts Center

Crime Report

Crime Report

Ballot Set

Ballot Set

City Graduates Largest CERT Class

City Graduates Largest CERT Class

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Ballot Box Busy For Burke Centre Elections

Ballot Box Busy For Burke Centre Elections

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Around Town

Around Town

Heart Disease Is Biggest Medical Threat to Women

Women At Risk for Heart Disease and Stroke

Heart Disease Is Biggest Medical Threat to Women

Task Force Tells IHS 'Keep It Here'

Report outlines blueprint for Inova Mount Vernon Hospital.

Task Force Tells IHS 'Keep It Here'

Health Notes

Health Notes

Historic Hickory Hill Remembered

Kennedy family home in McLean is for sale.

Historic Hickory Hill Remembered

Silverbrook Road Closure Gives VDOT Time

Silverbrook Road Closure Gives VDOT Time

Turner Farm Reaches for Stars

Observatory Park could be national flagship

Turner Farm Reaches for Stars

ESL School Fails to Gain Support

Curves Could Be Coming to Grant Street

ESL School Fails to Gain Support

Protest Cries Out Against Rising Rents

As apartments are renovated, residents and organizers say the underlying motive is greed.

Protest Cries Out Against Rising Rents

A DASHing 20th

Local bus service celebrates a milestone.

A DASHing 20th

Silverbrook Road Closure Gives VDOT Time

Silverbrook Road Closure Gives VDOT Time

McLean's Salona Offered for Sale

Owners of historic property are offering it to Fairfax County for a park.

McLean's Salona Offered for Sale

Roundup

Roundup

Logging on to History

Storm claims 140-year-old tree at GW estate.

Logging on to History

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

ONGOING EVENTS

ONGOING EVENTS

Traffic Jam Marmalade Jams Coffee House

Traffic Jam Marmalade Jams Coffee House

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Residential, Retail To Cover Laurel Hill Costs

Residential, Retail To Cover Laurel Hill Costs

Health Notes

Health Notes

Psych Unit Closure Set For Sept. 1

Psych Unit Closure Set For Sept. 1

History and Nostalgia Captured in Needlework Exhibition

Historic Woodlawn hosts colorful and creative works.

History and Nostalgia Captured in Needlework Exhibition

Making an Adoptive Match

County takes holistic approach to finding adoptive families

Making an Adoptive Match

Mills Announces Move

Mall ownership group plans move to Chevy Chase.

Mills Announces Move

Bringing the Fight Home

Support and opposition on amendment against gay marriage finds a center in Arlington.

Bringing the Fight Home

Norovirus Ousted At Terra Centre

Norovirus Ousted At Terra Centre

Residential, Retail To Cover Laurel Hill Costs?

Residential, Retail To Cover Laurel Hill Costs?

March 3: Education Notebook

March 3: Education Notebook

Traffic Jam Marmalade Jams Coffee House

Traffic Jam Marmalade Jams Coffee House

Bridge Coming To Hillside After 21 Years

Bridge Coming To Hillside After 21 Years

Council Will Adhere to Public Hearing Guidelines

Council Will Adhere to Public Hearing Guidelines

Crime Report

Crime Report

Making an Adoptive Match

County takes holistic approach to finding adoptive families

Making an Adoptive Match

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Calendar

Calendar

Murder Evidence Presented

Charged with murder, Mauricio Cerritos to appear before Loudoun grand jury on March 9.

Murder Evidence Presented

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Rezonings Reshape South Dulles

Rezonings Reshape South Dulles

Directors Join Forces on Chekhov

Classika’s ‘Vanya’ may suffer from directors’ opposing visions.

Directors Join Forces on Chekhov

Fat Times in Clarendon

Fat Times in Clarendon

The More Things Change...

The More Things Change...

Congressman Brings Dr. Seuss' Words to Life

Brooksfield School in McLean celebrates Dr. Seuss's birthday with a week of activities.

Congressman Brings Dr. Seuss' Words to Life

Traffic Jam Marmalade Jams Coffeehouse

Traffic Jam Marmalade Jams Coffeehouse

Books Take Center Stage at Schools This Week

Mount Vernon schools celebrate Reading Across America.

Books Take Center Stage at Schools This Week

Health Notes

Health Notes

ONGOING EVENTS

ONGOING EVENTS

Around Town

Around Town

Political Sign Debate Aired

Planning tables decision.

Political Sign Debate Aired

Murder, Deceit, Betrayal Come to McLean

Character development lies at heart of Great Falls Players' 'Hound of the Baskervilles'

Murder, Deceit, Betrayal Come to McLean

Crime Report

Crime Report

Clearing a Path to the Future

Work continues at army's proving grounds.

Clearing a Path to the Future

Turner Farm Reaches for Stars

Observatory Park could be national flagship.

Turner Farm Reaches for Stars

Friends of Stratford Hall Hold a Tea

Dining

Friends of Stratford Hall Hold a Tea

Norovirus Ousted From Terra Centre

Norovirus Ousted From Terra Centre

Schools Seek Funds for Teachers

School Board wants $39 million more than the county wants to give.

Schools Seek Funds for Teachers

A Trace of Compassion

Alexandria Red Cross volunteer sleuths worldwide.

A Trace of Compassion

Police Seek Missing Woman

Police Seek Missing Woman

Council Will Address Flag Flying At Future Meeting

Council Will Address Flag Flying At Future Meeting

Bye, Dan

Bye, Dan

Gas Leak Near HHS

By Jennifer Lesinski

Gas Leak Near HHS

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Alexandria Police Investigate Robbery at Wachovia Bank

Police Report

Alexandria Police Investigate Robbery at Wachovia Bank

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Judge Moves Murder Case to Grand Jury

Charged with murder, Mauricio Cerritos to appear before Loudoun grand jury on March 9.

Judge Moves Murder Case to Grand Jury

McLean's Salona Offered for Sale

Owners of historic property are offering it to Fairfax County for a park.

McLean's Salona Offered for Sale

Historic Hickory Hill Remembered

Kennedy family home in McLean is for sale

Historic Hickory Hill Remembered

Crime Report

Crime Report

Monday, March 1

‘The Titans’ of Potomac

‘The Titans’ of Potomac

Restaurant Has Landmark Anniversary

Tally-ho celebrates 35 years in Potomac.

Restaurant Has Landmark Anniversary

A Different ‘Point of View’

Potomac’s Naomi Ulmer prepares to move on.

A Different ‘Point of View’

Neighbors Kept in the Dark

Board of Ed doesn’t notify neighbors of pending land use issues.

Neighbors Kept in the Dark

This Week in Potomac

This Week in Potomac

Furnace Fire at First Agape

Historic church nearly destroyed in Ash Wednesday fire.

Furnace Fire at First Agape