Stories for May 2004

Stories for May 2004

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Wednesday, May 26

Teen Hero Honored by County

Fairfax County recognizes teen who saved 4-year-old neighbor from an exploding shed

Teen Hero Honored by County

For Dancers, World's a Stage

For Dancers, World's a Stage

Calendar Events

Calendar Events

Chamber, Park Authority Present Annual Celebration

Springfield Days

Chamber, Park Authority Present Annual Celebration

A Circus Comes to Town

McLean native Tink Lloyd returns to area to share 'Flapjacks from the Sky.'

A Circus Comes to Town

Involuntary Manslaughter Goes to Grand Jury

Involuntary Manslaughter Goes to Grand Jury

Good Shepherd Housing Losing Leader

Shirley Marshall headed non-profit for nine years.

Good Shepherd Housing Losing Leader

Faye Armon Wins Obie

Centreville High Grad Honored for Designing Props in Off-Broadway Play, "Bug"

Faye Armon Wins Obie

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Final Farewell for Gil Harvel, 70

Final Farewell for Gil Harvel, 70

Wolf Dedicates $500,000 to Fight Gangs

Money will be used for education prevention, prosecution

Wolf Dedicates $500,000 to Fight Gangs

Crime Report

Crime Report

Governor Pledges Help in Fighting Gangs

Governor Pledges Help in Fighting Gangs

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Garden Tour Planned for June 5

Garden Tour Planned for June 5

News Briefs

News Briefs

State Proposes Road Widening

State Proposes Road Widening

College Notes

College Notes

Final Farewell for Gil Harvel, 70

Final Farewell for Gil Harvel, 70

College Notes

College Notes

Students Transform School into Gallery

Students Transform School into Gallery

Centreville Choral Students Present 'Broadway Pops'

Centreville Choral Students Present 'Broadway Pops'

Torpedo Factory Celebrates 30 Years

Torpedo Factory Celebrates 30 Years

A Long Time Coming — Dishes of India Celebrates Reopening

Dining

A Long Time Coming — Dishes of India Celebrates Reopening

New Charge for Ambulance Ride

Board approves charge even though supervisors express concern.

New Charge for Ambulance Ride

McLean Man Arrested in N.Y.

McLean Man Arrested in N.Y.

For Dancers, World's a Stage

For Dancers, World's a Stage

Calendar events

Calendar events

College Notes

College Notes

County Honors Marshall Hero

Fairfax County recognizes teen who saved four-year-old neighbor from an exploding shed.

County Honors Marshall Hero

Well-Wishers Honor Retiring Principal Pam Latt

Well-Wishers Honor Retiring Principal Pam Latt

Crime Report

Crime Report

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Chantilly Hotel Clerk Helps Foil Crime

Chantilly Hotel Clerk Helps Foil Crime

Crime Report

Crime Report

Vienna School Notes

Vienna School Notes

Calendar events

Calendar events

For Dancers, World's a Stage

For Dancers, World's a Stage

Calendar Events

Calendar Events

Roundups

Roundups

Calendar listings

Calendar listings

Weekly Police Beat

Weekly Police Beat

For Dancers, World's a Stage

For Dancers, World's a Stage

Campbell Named New Principal at Westfield

By Bonnie Hobbs

Campbell Named New Principal at Westfield

MV Community Coalition Puts on Another Successful Community Day

MV Community Coalition Puts on Another Successful Community Day

Bake Sale Benefits Dogs

Bake Sale Benefits Dogs

House of Ill Repute?

Police Arrest 11 in Prostitution Raid

House of Ill Repute?

Deployed, But Not Forgotten

Many local military personnel still serving in war.

Deployed, But Not Forgotten

School Notes

School Notes

Chantilly Hotel Clerk Helps Foil Crime

Chantilly Hotel Clerk Helps Foil Crime

Camps and Schools Notes

Camps and Schools Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Crime Report

Crime Report

June 5 is Clifton Caboose Run

June 5 is Clifton Caboose Run

Roundups

Roundups

Police Seek Identities of Thieves

Police Seek Identities of Thieves

Precision Steppers

For Encore Dancers, 'All the World's a Stage'

Precision Steppers

Callahan Speaks Out on Budget

Callahan describes state budget process as the most trying time of his political career

Callahan Speaks Out on Budget

Christian BandFest at Bull Run

Christian BandFest at Bull Run

A Long Time Coming — Dishes of India Celebrates Reopening

Dining

A Long Time Coming — Dishes of India Celebrates Reopening

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

To Health

ViVa! Vienna!

To Health

Centreville Choral Students Present 'Broadway Pops'

Centreville Choral Students Present 'Broadway Pops'

Well-Wishers Honor Retiring Principal Pam Latt

Well-Wishers Honor Retiring Principal Pam Latt

Calendar Events

Calendar Events

Hand-Ground Music at Great Falls

Organ grinders pay annual visit to Great Falls Tavern.

Hand-Ground Music at Great Falls

Star Search Comes to Providence

Fourth graders present star-studded production.

Star Search Comes to Providence

School Notes

School Notes

Ralph Stephens Ellis

Obituary

Ralph Stephens Ellis

Calendar Events

Calendar Events

Hero on Custis Street

John Murphy saves woman in house fire.

Hero on Custis Street

2004 Cappies Nominees

2004 Cappies Nominees

Carjacker Convicted

Carjacker Convicted

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Seniors Have Their Prom

Seniors Have Their Prom

Drewry Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Commission on Aging hands out annual awards.

Drewry Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Not On My Shift

Bridge workers rescue jumper.

Not On My Shift

Crime Report

Crime Report

Judge Denies Motion

Juvenile's attorney asks court to reconsider sentencing.

Judge Denies Motion

Campbell Named New Principal at Westfield

By Bonnie Hobbs

Campbell Named New Principal at Westfield

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Principal Selection at West Potomac Moves Forward

Parents and teachers look for answers.

Principal Selection at West Potomac Moves Forward

IAH Upgrades Its Survival Capabilities

Ribbon cut dedicating new diagnostic center.

IAH Upgrades Its Survival Capabilities

Festival Transforms Downtown

Four-Day Party Hits Herndon

Festival Transforms Downtown

Bob Heittman Remembered

In Tribute

Bob Heittman Remembered

HUD Delivers Financial Body Blow to ARHA

HUD Delivers Financial Body Blow to ARHA

Around Alexandria

Around Alexandria

Cab Issue Still Needs Study

Options reviewed by Council

Cab Issue Still Needs Study

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

High School Seniors Receive Chamber Scholarships

High School Seniors Receive Chamber Scholarships

Tallapragada Wins State Bee

Tallapragada Wins State Bee

Police Investigate Similar-Style Burglaries

Each incident involved the suspect in women's bedrooms.

Police Investigate Similar-Style Burglaries

House of Ill Repute?

Police Arrest 11 in Prostitution Raid

House of Ill Repute?

Junior Girl Scouts Collect Items for Armed Forces

Junior Girl Scouts Collect Items for Armed Forces

Gang Activity On Council Radar

Gang Activity On Council Radar

News Briefs

News Briefs

Tallapragada Wins State Bee

Tallapragada Wins State Bee

Memorial Day Weekend Events

Memorial Day Weekend Events

Three Men Carjack City Man

Three Men Carjack City Man

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

News Briefs

News Briefs

June 5 is Clifton Caboose Run

June 5 is Clifton Caboose Run

Honored Teacher to Return

Ann Hunter, Phi Delta Kappa Teacher of the Year is coming home to Forestville.

Honored Teacher to Return

Local Eateries Bow to Low-Carb Craze

South Beach and Atkins diets are influencing area restaurant menus.

Local Eateries Bow to Low-Carb Craze

Police Seek Identities of Thieves

Police Seek Identities of Thieves

Precision Steppers

For Encore Dancers, 'All the World's a Stage'

Precision Steppers

Community Asked To Get Involved

Police Respond to Community Concerns

Community Asked To Get Involved

At Bat

Loudoun is in the running for a Major League ballpark.

At Bat

Health Notes

Health Notes

New Community Center Board Elected

By Meredith Billman-Mani

New Community Center Board Elected

Local Eateries Bow to Low-Carb Craze

South Beach and Atkins diets are influencing area restaurant menus.

Local Eateries Bow to Low-Carb Craze

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Stratford Landing Teacher Wins West Potomac Raffle

WP all-night graduation party gets funded.

Stratford Landing Teacher Wins West Potomac Raffle

Crack Down on Overcrowding

The county is taking steps to crack down on multiple adults living in single family homes.

Crack Down on Overcrowding

Crime Report

Crime Report

Crime report

Crime report

As Memorial Day Nears, Veterans Reflect

Sterling veterans compare World War II to Iraq.

As Memorial Day Nears, Veterans Reflect

Group Seeks Host Families

Group Seeks Host Families

Home Show Offers Advice on Living

Home Show Offers Advice on Living

College Notes

College Notes

Local Men Arrested in Police Raid

Police arrest 11 in Centreville prostitution raid.

Local Men Arrested in Police Raid

Christian BandFest at Bull Run

Christian BandFest at Bull Run

Camps and Schools Notes

Camps and Schools Notes

Police Interview Victim

Police Interview Victim

Memorial Day Weekend Events

Memorial Day Weekend Events

Crime Report

Crime Report

Six Gardens Featured on June 5 Tour

The National Capital Area Federation of Garden Clubs has planned an unusual tour.

Six Gardens Featured on June 5 Tour

Health Notes

Health Notes

Crime Report

Crime Report

Health Notes

Health Notes

Callahan Speaks Out on Budget

Callahan describes state budget process as the most trying time of his political career.

Callahan Speaks Out on Budget

School Notes

School Notes

Crime Report

Crime Report

News Briefs

News Briefs

Callahan Speaks Out on Budget

Callahan describes state budget process as the most trying time of his political career

Callahan Speaks Out on Budget

Involuntary Manslaughter Goes to Grand Jury

Involuntary Manslaughter Goes to Grand Jury

De Noyer Retiring after 16 Years of Service

De Noyer Retiring after 16 Years of Service

Junior Girl Souts Collect Items for Armed Forces

Junior Girl Souts Collect Items for Armed Forces

News Briefs

News Briefs

Crime Report

Crime Report

Board Out-votes Andrews on Budget

Chairman opposed school budget because he wanted smaller classroom sizes.

Board Out-votes Andrews on Budget

Faye Armon Wins Obie

Centreville High Grad Honored for Designing Props in Off-Broadway Play, "Bug"

Faye Armon Wins Obie

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Crime Report

Crime Report

Council Approves Tax Rate

Council Approves Tax Rate

Crime Report

Crime Report

Cornucoia Found at Farmers Market

Cornucoia Found at Farmers Market

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Tuesday, May 25

Whitman Displays Student Art

Whitman Displays Student Art

Still Strong after 62 Years

A couple, married during World War II, celebrate their long marriage.

Still Strong after 62 Years

Springfield Days Hits The Home Stretch

Springfield Days Hits The Home Stretch

Still Strong after 62 Years

A couple, married during World War II, celebrate their long marriage.

Still Strong after 62 Years

Gardening Notes

Gardening Notes

Dramatic Improvement

Madison teacher is recognized for expanding the school's theater program.

Dramatic Improvement

Trying To Bridge Divide over RA Documents

orum sponsored by Republican Club of Greater Reston focuses on objections to proposed changes.

Trying To Bridge Divide over RA Documents

SOL Review Resembles Game Show

SOL Review Resembles Game Show

Transportation Guru Leaves Legacy in Lee

Transportation Guru Leaves Legacy in Lee

A Year As A Queen

A Year As A Queen

Crime Notes

Crime Notes

Think Survival

Think Survival

Pike Neighbors Gather For Glimpse of Future

Open house lets planners hear what kind of transit residents want along Columbia Pike.

Pike Neighbors Gather For Glimpse of Future

Police Station Gets New Commander

Police Station Gets New Commander

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

This Week in Potomac

This Week in Potomac

Preparing for the Worst

Annual drill tests emergency preparedness for police, fire, Pentagon and medical personnel.

Preparing for the Worst

A Month in the Life of Brood X

A Month in the Life of Brood X

New Ballfields Slated For Wakefield Park

New Ballfields Slated For Wakefield Park

Exercise in Poverty

Exercise in Poverty

Walter Johnson Student Dies on Democracy

Walter Johnson Student Dies on Democracy

WW II Veterans Reflect on Service, New Memorial

Veterans from Reston and Herndon share their stories on eve of Memorial Day and the opening of World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C.

WW II Veterans Reflect on Service, New Memorial

Nader Visits Northern Virginia

Nader Visits Northern Virginia

Home Sweet Quarry

Developer will buy out of affordable housing.

Home Sweet Quarry

Burke Conservancy Seeks New Executive Director

Burke Conservancy Seeks New Executive Director

A Night On the Town

Madison hosts prom.

A Night On the Town

Let Your Mouse Do the Woking

Rockville-based Web site allows Chinese food orders.

Let Your Mouse Do the Woking

Calendar

Calendar

Changing Lee Highway to Fairfax Boulevard

Fairfax City Council approves name change for Lee Highway and the concept of a Business Improvement District for the strip.

Changing Lee Highway to Fairfax Boulevard

Gardening Notes

Gardening Notes

New Ballfields Slated for Wakefield Park

New Ballfields Slated for Wakefield Park

Braddock Nominates It's Best

Braddock Nominates It's Best

Exercise in Poverty

Exercise in Poverty

Exercise in Poverty

Exercise in Poverty

New Ballfields Slated For Wakefield Park

New Ballfields Slated For Wakefield Park

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Police Station Gets New Commander

Police Station Gets New Commander

Kidz Create 'Chaos'

Kidz Create 'Chaos'

Burke Conservancy Seeks New Executive Director

Burke Conservancy Seeks New Executive Director

Officially Open

Postal Service opens new facility with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

Officially Open

Ex-Teachers Ensure Poor Have School Supplies

Kids R First is sponsoring golf tournament to help purchase school supplies for economically-disadvantaged students.

Ex-Teachers Ensure Poor Have School Supplies

Burning Topic: Traffic

Traffic items dominate agenda of the Vienna Town Council.

Burning Topic: Traffic

Police Station Gets New Commander

Police Station Gets New Commander

Public Defender Approved for County

Extended Assembly session revives proposals for Arlington office; many decisions remain in next six months.

Public Defender Approved for County

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

Calendar

Calendar

Braddock Nominates It's Best

Braddock Nominates It's Best

Gardening Notes

Gardening Notes

Roundup

Roundup

Finding Friends

The new Friends school in Oakton looks back at its inaugural year.

Finding Friends

Give a Little, Get a Little

Council passes $3.3 billion budget.

Give a Little, Get a Little

Wednesday, May 19

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Bypass Pits East against West

Leesburg mayor supports extension of Route 28 to Maryland if new bridge crossing could be constructed.

Bypass Pits East against West

Homeowners Fight Trail Plans

Creating a walking trail along Georgetown Pike is opposed by several homeowners.

Homeowners Fight Trail Plans

School Notes

School Notes

Business

Business

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Business

Business

Who Gets the Credit?

New and veteran supervisors take credit for county's new AAA rating.

Who Gets the Credit?

People

People

Camps

Camps

People

People

Community

Community

School Notes

School Notes

School notes

School notes

Police report

Police report

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Looking for the Next Great Novel

A Vienna man creates a publishing house to help unknown writers.

Looking for the Next Great Novel

Faith

Faith

Faith notes

Faith notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Rock On

Flint Hill Elementary stages its first musical.

Rock On

Crime

Crime

Can Church Street be Pedestrian-Friendly?

Congestion, commuters and parking challenge pedestrian safety on Church Street.

Can Church Street be Pedestrian-Friendly?

Health notes

Health notes

Health notes

Health notes

Health notes

Health notes

Police Log

Police Log

Saltwater: Wave of the Future

Saltwater: Wave of the Future

Real estate notes

Real estate notes

College notes

College notes

Health notes

Health notes

Health notes

Health notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Camps and School notes

Camps and School notes

Schools

Schools

Griffith Paved Block System

Loudoun students might want to thank Wayne Griffith for cutting their homework load.

Griffith Paved Block System

Schools Win Funding

Schools Win Funding

Schools Win Funding

ESL Courses for Real Life

Students who speak English as a Second Language are approaching high school driver's education differently.

ESL Courses for Real Life

Real Estate notes

Real Estate notes

WWII Memorial Dedication to be Simulcast in Three Locations

WWII Memorial Dedication to be Simulcast in Three Locations

The Lyceum Receives Extensive Collection of Alexandria Silver

The Lyceum Receives Extensive Collection of Alexandria Silver

ASO's Finale: An Inspiration from Bob Dylan

Musings from the Maestro

ASO's Finale: An Inspiration from Bob Dylan

College notes

College notes

Calendar listings

Calendar listings

Clubs and Organization listings

Clubs and Organization listings

Crime report

Crime report

Calendar listings

Calendar listings

Clubs and Organization listings

Clubs and Organization listings

Calendar listings

Calendar listings

School notes

School notes

Volunteer

Volunteer

HCTV-23

HCTV-23

School Notes

School Notes

College notes

College notes

WWII Memorial Dedication to be Simulcast in Three Locations

WWII Memorial Dedication to be Simulcast in Three Locations

Calendar listings

Calendar listings

Clubs and Organization listings

Clubs and Organization listings

Calendar listings

Calendar listings

Hayfield's 'Dandelion Wine'

Cappie's Review

Hayfield's 'Dandelion Wine'

Hayfield's 'Dandelion Wine'

By Deniz Soyer

Hayfield's 'Dandelion Wine'

How Secure is the Homeland?

Forum on security delivers ominous news.

How Secure is the Homeland?

First Business CERT Team Graduates

PBS employees currently undergoing training.

First Business CERT Team Graduates

Escapee Back Behind City Jail Bars

Escapee Back Behind City Jail Bars

Community

Community

Stephen Rideout Named 2004 Judge of the Year

National CASA Association honors Chief Judge of the Alexandria Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court.

Stephen Rideout Named 2004 Judge of the Year

New Political Sign Regs Approved

New Political Sign Regs Approved

Brown v. Board — 50 Years Later

Students and graduates of T.C. Williams say court decision has made a difference.

Brown v. Board — 50 Years Later

Volunteers and Donors Get the Spotlight

Salvation Army pays tribute during special week.

Volunteers and Donors Get the Spotlight

County Agrees to Design Franconia Interchange

Supervisors were tired of waiting for VDOT to take action.

County Agrees to Design Franconia Interchange

Council Approves New Restaurant

Cameron Station site named Food Matters.

Council Approves New Restaurant

Travel Still Down — But Improving

Travel industry observes National Tourism Week.

Travel Still Down — But Improving

Cheney Captures GOP Nomination

Alexandria resident will face either Moran or Rosenberg in November.

Cheney Captures GOP Nomination

Open Spaces Up for Review

Steering committee's priorities going to Council.

Open Spaces Up for Review

Local Restaurants Serve Up a Benefit

Carpenter's Shelter and Birchmere team up for the homeless.

Local Restaurants Serve Up a Benefit

Arlington Names James Schwartz New Fire Chief

Del Ray resident takes over department June 28.

Arlington Names James Schwartz New Fire Chief

Business Notes

Business Notes

City Police Veteran Becomes Chief in Kansas

City Police Veteran Becomes Chief in Kansas

News Briefs

Intruder Enters Area Homes

News Briefs

People Notes

People Notes

Paul VI Campus Ministry Holds Prom for Seniors

Paul VI Campus Ministry Holds Prom for Seniors

Crime report

Crime report

Head of RNC Calls Mount Vernon Home

Mount Vernon Neighbors

Head of RNC Calls Mount Vernon Home

At Your Service

Hospitality management class at Chantilly Academy prepares students for the real world.

At Your Service

Students Gather to Celebrate and Bid Farewell

Hannelore Stuart leaves Aquinas Montessori School after almost 40 years of teaching.

Students Gather to Celebrate and Bid Farewell

Police Officers Ride To Support Fallen Heroes

About 500 officers take part in 250-mile Police Unity Tour.

Police Officers Ride To Support Fallen Heroes

APR Nominations Include Preservation

APR Nominations Include Preservation

Cheney Captures GOP Nomination

Alexandria resident will face either Moran or Rosenberg in November.

Cheney Captures GOP Nomination

Craig Pleads Guilty to Bank Robberies

Craig Pleads Guilty to Bank Robberies

An APT Success

Use of restrooms at Metro stops.

An APT Success

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Gays Unwelcome at School?

Homosexual students attending Fairfax County Public Schools say they face hurtful comments but little overt harassment.

Gays Unwelcome at School?

Danger on the Way to School?

Danger on the Way to School?

Focus on Future of Sully Historic Site

Focus on Future of Sully Historic Site

Hollin Meadows Thanks Their Volunteers

Hollin Meadows Thanks Their Volunteers

Real Dog Training With Bark Busters

Real Dog Training With Bark Busters

Grand Jury Indicts 3 for Crimes

Grand Jury Indicts 3 for Crimes

Customers Rave about Texas Roadhouse

Customers Rave about Texas Roadhouse

Not Farewell — Just 'May it Be Soon.'

County honors Rose Lambert.

Not Farewell — Just 'May it Be Soon.'

Learning from the Best

Fairfax Academy listen to internationally-renown musicians talk about their craft.

Learning from the Best

At Your Service

Hospitality management class at Chantilly Academy prepares students for the real world.

At Your Service

Police Officers Ride To Support Fallen Heroes

About 500 officers take part in 250-mile Police Unity Tour.

Police Officers Ride To Support Fallen Heroes

APR Nominations Include Preservation

APR Nominations Include Preservation

Craig Pleads Guilty to Bank Robberies

Maryland man confesses to Fairfax Corner bank robbery.

Craig Pleads Guilty to Bank Robberies

Craig Pleads Guilty to Bank Robberies

Craig Pleads Guilty to Bank Robberies

City Capital Projects Proceed

City Council discusses referendum to create funds to renovate Lanier Middle and Fairfax High schools.

City Capital Projects Proceed

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

New Hope Housing Volunteers Acknowledged

New Hope Housing Volunteers Acknowledged

Gays Unwelcome at School?

Homosexual students attending Fairfax County Public Schools say they face hurtful comments but little overt harassment.

Gays Unwelcome at School?

Danger on the Way to School?

Danger on the Way to School?

Focus on Future of Sully Historic Site

Focus on Future of Sully Historic Site

Real Dog Training With Bark Busters

Real Dog Training With Bark Busters

Grand Jury Indicts 3 for Crimes

Grand Jury Indicts 3 for Crimes

Time to Redevelop Lee Highway?

The city is to examine a proposal to revitalize Lee Highway through the creation of a business improvement district and a supplemental tax.

Time to Redevelop Lee Highway?

Customers Rave about Texas Roadhouse

Customers Rave about Texas Roadhouse

Serial Arsonist Defies Capture

Hybla Valley home latest in string of area fires.

Serial Arsonist Defies Capture

Crime

Crime

Brent Returns to Mount Vernon High School

West Potomac begins search for a new principal.

Brent Returns to Mount Vernon High School

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Westfield Honors Local Heroes Essay Winners

Westfield Honors Local Heroes Essay Winners

School notes

School notes

Crime report

Crime report

CVHS Orchestra Competes In Hawaii; Takes First Place

CVHS Orchestra Competes In Hawaii; Takes First Place

Dynamic Duo

The Brindley Brothers will play at their venue, Jammin' Java, this Friday and Saturday.

Dynamic Duo

Tuesday, May 18

Parents, Police Join Forces to Fight Internet Crime

Parents, Police Join Forces to Fight Internet Crime

Marines Infiltrate Former Prison

Marines Infiltrate Former Prison

Local Author Takes On Racism

Local Author Takes On Racism

Health Notes

Health Notes

Church Fair Draws Crowd

Church Fair Draws Crowd

Church Fair Draws Crowd

Church Fair Draws Crowd

Learning Together

On 50th anniversary of decision ending segregation, Arlington celebrates 45 years since local schools began integration.

Learning Together

Back To the '80s

Back To the '80s

Massage Therapist Works to Heal Hurting Animals

Massage Therapist Works to Heal Hurting Animals

Park Supporters Eye Bond Referendum

Park Supporters Eye Bond Referendum

Foreign-Born Parents Take Lessons at SLHS

Non-English speaking parents are learning English and how to become better involved with their child's education.

Foreign-Born Parents Take Lessons at SLHS

Thelma's Draws Mulltimillion-Dollar Bid

McLean developer purchases nostalgic property for $2,150,000

Thelma's Draws Mulltimillion-Dollar Bid

Veterans Prepare For Memorial Day

Veterans Prepare For Memorial Day

Next Stop: the Future

Public forums in Arlington and Fairfax this week will determine the future of mass transit on Columbia Pike.

Next Stop: the Future

Mmmmm, Strawberries

Mmmmm, Strawberries

Memorial in Blue

Arlington police come together to honor officers local and national killed in the line of duty.

Memorial in Blue

Langley DECA Students Mean Business

Langley marketing students beat out thousands at national DECA awards.

Langley DECA Students Mean Business

Local Author Takes On Racism

Local Author Takes On Racism

Saigon City Acts As Gateway to Springfield

Saigon City Acts As Gateway to Springfield

Study Tracks Runnymede Park's Health

Study Tracks Runnymede Park's Health

County Ups Money to Move

With guidelines on tenant relocations, Board hopes to help renters displaced by redevelopment.

County Ups Money to Move

Plan for Housing at Dulles Delayed, Not Dead

Rezoning Seeks More Apartments

Plan for Housing at Dulles Delayed, Not Dead

The 3 Vs: Vocals, Violin and Volunteerism

The 3 Vs: Vocals, Violin and Volunteerism

Roundup

Roundup

Parents, Police Join Forces to Fight Internet Crime

Parents, Police Join Forces to Fight Internet Crime

When Social Goals Conflict with Traffic

Public Forum on toll lanes draws large crowd.

When Social Goals Conflict with Traffic

Saigon City Acts as Gateway To Springfield

Saigon City Acts as Gateway To Springfield

The 3 Vs: Vocals, Violins and Volunteerism

The 3 Vs: Vocals, Violins and Volunteerism

Sunny McLean Day

Sunny McLean Day

Tastes Like Chicken

Langley School students eat cicadas as part of science project

Tastes Like Chicken

Parents, Police Join Forces To Fight Internet Crime

Parents, Police Join Forces To Fight Internet Crime

Budding Environmental Scientists

Budding Environmental Scientists

Churchill's Five-Year Plan

Churchill Drama: "The Last Five Years"

Churchill's Five-Year Plan

Annual Horse Show

Annual Horse Show

THEATER REVIEW: Arlington Players Premiere Sondheim Musical

THEATER REVIEW: Arlington Players Premiere Sondheim Musical

Local Author Takes On Racism

Local Author Takes On Racism

Massage Therapist Works to Heal Hurting Animals

Massage Therapist Works to Heal Hurting Animals

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Local Author Takes On Racism

Local Author Takes On Racism

Calendar

Calendar

RA May Delay Referendum

Members may not vote on all or part of the governing documents until spring 2005.

RA May Delay Referendum

Greenskeepers in Training

Should Congressional Country Club be permitted to have a greenskeeping ‘program’?

Greenskeepers in Training

MPA Reaches Out

MPA Reaches Out

Calendar

Calendar

Thelma's Draws Mulltimillion-Dollar Bid

McLean developer purchases nostalgic property for $2,150,000

Thelma's Draws Mulltimillion-Dollar Bid

Tastes Like Chicken

Langley School students eat cicadas as part of science project

Tastes Like Chicken

Saigon City Acts as Gateway to Springfield

Saigon City Acts as Gateway to Springfield

RA Executive Steps Down; Search To Begin

Gerald Volloy is leaving RA to work for government contractor focusing on defense and intelligence.

RA Executive Steps Down; Search To Begin

Thelma Draws Multimillion-Dollar Bid

McLean developer purchases nostalgic property for $2, 150,000

Thelma Draws Multimillion-Dollar Bid

Potomac Hunt Races Attract Hundreds to Bittersweet Field

Getting Around

Potomac Hunt Races Attract Hundreds to Bittersweet Field

Marines Infiltrate Former Prison

Marines Infiltrate Former Prison

Gang Violence Proves Fatal

Teen Killed by Gunfire

Gang Violence Proves Fatal

Court Challenge Dismissed

Immersion Program lottery permitted to go forward.

Court Challenge Dismissed

The 3 Vs: Vocals, Violins and Volunteerism

The 3 Vs: Vocals, Violins and Volunteerism

Sunday, May 16

Pyramid Meeting Held to Gather Input

Parents at Mt. Vernon High look for answers.

Pyramid Meeting Held to Gather Input

Wednesday, May 12

Crime report

Crime report

One Week Remains for APR Nominations

One Week Remains for APR Nominations

Almost Time for the Clifton Homes Tour

Almost Time for the Clifton Homes Tour

Almost Time for the Clifton Homes Tour

Almost Time for the Clifton Homes Tour

Health notes

Health notes

Old Towns Preserve History and Style

Old Towns Preserve History and Style

Weekly Police Beat

Weekly Police Beat

Health notes

Health notes

Almost Time for the Clifton Homes Tour

Almost Time for the Clifton Homes Tour

New Centreville Theater Group Forming

Calling all actors, tech crew

New Centreville Theater Group Forming

Siblings Entertain Seniors

Matt and Jasmine Commerce perform “nostalgic songs for senior citizens.”

Siblings Entertain Seniors

Howard Pleads Guilty to Burglary, Abduction

Howard Pleads Guilty to Burglary, Abduction

Health notes

Health notes

Clifton Homes Tour May 20

From the modern to the traditional, something for everyone.

Clifton Homes Tour May 20

Neighbors Oppose Sant Nirankari Mission

Neighbors Oppose Sant Nirankari Mission

Health notes

Health notes

Classes listings

Classes listings

Open Space Initiative

City Council votes to condemn building on University Drive and buy the property for future open space.

Open Space Initiative

Prisoner Abuse Alleged; Some Charges Dropped

Prisoner Abuse Alleged; Some Charges Dropped

Unearthing Treasures at Gunston Hall

Monthly archeology tours gives visitors clues to history.

Unearthing Treasures at Gunston Hall

Roundups

Roundups

Camps and Schools notes

Camps and Schools notes

College notes

College notes

Crime report

Crime report

Faith notes

Faith notes

Faith notes

Faith notes

First Steps To Revitalize Lake Anne

Property owners worry character of Lake Anne could be lost amidst redevelopment.

First Steps To Revitalize Lake Anne

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

Principal Candidates Interviewed

Lyles-Crouch parents don't think School Board will revisit unpopular decision.

Principal Candidates Interviewed

A Light Within the Tunnel

Local artists will display winning mural designs in new concourse.

A Light Within the Tunnel

Police Hunt for Man

Police Hunt for Man

Old Town's 'Main Street'

Diverse groups plan the future for a vibrant, user-friendly retail corridor.

Old Town's 'Main Street'

Officer on Leave Pending Investigation

Man shot to death after struggle with police.

Officer on Leave Pending Investigation

News Briefs

News Briefs

News Briefs

News Briefs

Planning Commission Votes for Development

Second Presbyterian site plan approved 6-0.

Planning Commission Votes for Development

Dollars Flow Again

Local lawmakers react to budget compromise.

Dollars Flow Again

In the Line of Duty

Alexandria police remember their own in a special tribute.

In the Line of Duty

"Alex Awards" Reactivated by Arts Commission

"Alex Awards" Reactivated by Arts Commission

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Teachers Honored on Education Day

Six city educators recognized by AEP.

Teachers Honored on Education Day

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Alexandria Tourism On the Rise

Alexandria Tourism On the Rise

Crime report

Crime report

Health Services Benefit From Cinco de Mayo Event

Annual festival brings in nearly $48,000.

Health Services Benefit From Cinco de Mayo Event

Faith notes

Faith notes

After 70 Years, Reston Icon Still Going Strong

Priscilla Ames was honored Sunday by friends, neighbors and community leaders at her 70th birthday party.

After 70 Years, Reston Icon Still Going Strong

Police Arrest Doctor on Molestation Charges

Police Arrest Doctor on Molestation Charges

Slow Progress Being Made in Dunning Case

Sister of murdered Del Ray woman claims innocence.

Slow Progress Being Made in Dunning Case

Classes listings

Classes listings

Ongoing Calendar Events

Ongoing Calendar Events

Longtime LANK Educators Retiring

Bench dedicated in honor of Anne Potts and Susan Erdman.

Longtime LANK Educators Retiring

Health notes

Health notes

Police Unity Tour Riders Greeted at Fort Hunt Park

Police Unity Tour Riders Greeted at Fort Hunt Park

Chantilly Man Is Charged with Rape

Chantilly Man Is Charged with Rape

Nudity, Guns and Yoga

Singer/songwriter Steve Poltz plays at Jammin' Java in Vienna on May 19.

Nudity, Guns and Yoga

Calendar listings

Calendar listings

Record Number of Racers Turn Out for Pantherlon

Record Number of Racers Turn Out for Pantherlon

Faith notes

Faith notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Filling a Need

Fairfax couple creates social organization for families with autistic children.

Filling a Need

Ongoing Calendar Events

Ongoing Calendar Events

Calendar events

Calendar events

BJs Hopes to Install Gas Pumps

BJs Hopes to Install Gas Pumps

One Week Remains for APR Nominations

One Week Remains for APR Nominations

Faith notes

Faith notes

Faith notes

Faith notes

Morrison House Dining — An Artistic Opportunity

Dining

Morrison House Dining — An Artistic Opportunity

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

New Centreville Theater Group Forming

Calling all actors, tech crew

New Centreville Theater Group Forming

Dollars Flow Again

Local lawmakers react to budget compromise.

Dollars Flow Again

Howard Pleads Guilty to Burglary, Abduction

Howard Pleads Guilty to Burglary, Abduction

College notes

College notes

Clifton Homes Tour May 20

From the modern to the traditional, something for everyone.

Clifton Homes Tour May 20

Neighbors Oppose Sant Nirankari Mission

Neighbors Oppose Sant Nirankari Mission

Crime report

Crime report

Prisoner Abuse Alleged; Some Charges Dropped

Prisoner Abuse Alleged; Some Charges Dropped

Weather Was Much Kinder for This Year's Sacramento Community Day

Weather Was Much Kinder for This Year's Sacramento Community Day

School Notes

School Notes

Roundups

Roundups

School Notes

School Notes

Capture of Snakehead Puzzles Local Fisherman

Capture of Snakehead Puzzles Local Fisherman

Calendar listings

Calendar listings

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Chasing the Perfect Meal

Chasing the Perfect Meal

Calendar listings

Calendar listings

Calendar listings

Calendar listings

School notes

School notes

Chantilly Man Is Charged with Rape

Chantilly Man Is Charged with Rape

Howard Pleads Guilty to Burglary, Abduction

Howard Pleads Guilty to Burglary, Abduction

Morrison House Dining — An Artistic Opportunity

Dining

Morrison House Dining — An Artistic Opportunity

Dylan is Inspiration for ASO Concert and Art Exhibition

ASO Finale

Dylan is Inspiration for ASO Concert and Art Exhibition

Nursing Gets New, Fun Twist

Nurses with George Mason University's nursing program author children's book in hopes of shaking up preconceived images of their field.

Nursing Gets New, Fun Twist

It's Almost Time for the Clifton Homes Tour

It's Almost Time for the Clifton Homes Tour

News Briefs

News Briefs

Public Input

Town Council hears public testimony on the proposed Town budget.

Public Input

School notes

School notes

School notes

School notes

News Briefs

News Briefs

Support West Potomac Seniors —Win a New Car

Drawing to be held on May 22 at plaza.

Support West Potomac Seniors —Win a New Car

Crime report

Crime report

Almost Time for the Clifton Homes Tour

Almost Time for the Clifton Homes Tour

Mount Vernon Unitarian Church Hosts Earth Day Fair

Mount Vernon Unitarian Church Hosts Earth Day Fair

Turnout Greater Than Expected

Turnout Greater Than Expected

Camps and Schools notes

Camps and Schools notes

Almost Time for the Clifton Homes Tour

Almost Time for the Clifton Homes Tour

BJs Hopes to Install Gas Pumps

BJs Hopes to Install Gas Pumps

Tuesday, May 11

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Health Briefs

Health Briefs

Living With History

County awards honor work that keeps historic homes livable.

Living With History

Health Briefs

Health Briefs

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Workshops & Classes

Workshops & Classes

School Construction to Cost $229 Million

Plans for next six years include funds for renovations at Yorktown, Washington-Lee and middle schools.

School Construction to Cost $229 Million

Rent a Name?

School Board supports policy assigning names to school facilities on a temporary basis.

Rent a Name?

Teachers of the Year

Teachers of the Year

A Walk in the Neighborhood

A Walk in the Neighborhood

Mastering the Language

Synetic brings new adaptation of Bulgakov novel to the stage of Rosslyn Spectrum.

Mastering the Language

Calendar

Calendar

HCTV-23

Weekly TV Schedule

HCTV-23

It's 'Friday Night Live!'

It's 'Friday Night Live!'

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

Calendar

Calendar

Former Spartan Behind GMU Podium

Former Spartan Behind GMU Podium

May Openings Help Unsnarl Mixing Bowl

May Openings Help Unsnarl Mixing Bowl

Roundup

Roundup

Green Thumb Grant

Green Thumb Grant

Medieval Maelstrom Invades White Oak

Medieval Maelstrom Invades White Oak

Former Spartan Behind GMU Podium

Former Spartan Behind GMU Podium

May Openings to Help Unsnarl Mixing Bowl

May Openings to Help Unsnarl Mixing Bowl

Green Thumb Grant

Green Thumb Grant

Basking in Boxwoods

Boxwoods and history are celebrated at Pleasant Grove Church and Museum.

Basking in Boxwoods

Preparing for a Real Crisis

Emergency personnel respond to mock airplane crash.

Preparing for a Real Crisis

Community Notes

Community Notes

Hearing, But No Vote

CIP Deferred

Hearing, But No Vote

Great Falls Freedom Memorial Gets OK

Board of Supervisors unanimously approves memorial to fallen heroes

Great Falls Freedom Memorial Gets OK

Stove Fire Reported in Sugarland Run

Stove Fire Reported in Sugarland Run

What Stays, What Goes?

Guiding the Future Downtown

What Stays, What Goes?

Clearview Prepares 25th Anniversary Party

Clearview Prepares 25th Anniversary Party

Getting There

Virginia Department of Transportation releases study of commuting patterns on the American Legion Bridge.

Getting There

Business Notes

Business Notes

'Giving Kids a Smile'

Dentists Paul Ellington and Robert Hulbert provided free dental care for children on Friday.

'Giving Kids a Smile'

Business Notes

Business Notes

Digging for Artifacts

Archeologists dig for artifacts at a Loudoun County Sanitation Authority site.

Digging for Artifacts

Maison et Jardin Hosts Grand Opening

Maison et Jardin Hosts Grand Opening

Looking Good — Financially

State adds more funds for schools; county bond rating rises.

Looking Good — Financially

Opening The Garden Gate

Hilltop Cottage in McLean will open its gardens to the public this weekend.

Opening The Garden Gate

Celebrating Nature

Celebrating Nature

York Supports Outsourcing

Supervisor Scott York (I-Sterling) recommends outsourcing operations to save money.

York Supports Outsourcing

Second Crossing Timeline

Second Crossing Timeline

Ready to Fight

Opponents of the development near Oatlands Plantation are gearing up for another battle.

Ready to Fight

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Width of Corridor Affects Residences

Compromise and cooperation are needed for the proposed Western Transportation Corridor.

Width of Corridor Affects Residences

Celebrating Great Falls Day

Great Falls celebrates its history particularly its churches.

Celebrating Great Falls Day

Huston, Cunningham Engaged

Huston, Cunningham Engaged

Fire-Rescue Marks Emergency Services Week

Fire-Rescue Marks Emergency Services Week

Teams Respond to Tractor Injury

Teams Respond to Tractor Injury

Ice Cream Sweetens Life

Moorenko's Ice Cream seeks to nourish bodies and souls in McLean

Ice Cream Sweetens Life

Great Falls Freedom Memorial Gets OK

Board of Supervisors unanimously approves memorial to fallen heroes.

Great Falls Freedom Memorial Gets OK

‘It’s Not a Bridge Study’

Virginia Department of Transportation releases study of commuting patterns on the American Legion Bridge.

‘It’s Not a Bridge Study’

No Traffic Jams for the Wealthy?

State examining adding toll lanes to the Beltway.

No Traffic Jams for the Wealthy?

Things Don’t Look Good

Pre-Preliminary plan for houses on Seven Locks Road gets a generally unfavorably review.

Things Don’t Look Good

Fashion Show Shows Prom Styles

McLean High School kicks off prom season with a runway fashion show.

Fashion Show Shows Prom Styles

Parents Object to Size, Procedures

Education Committee approves Kendale Road School; residents upset at size.

Parents Object to Size, Procedures

Basking in Boxwoods

Boxwoods and history are celebrated at Pleasant Grove Church and museum

Basking in Boxwoods

Bullis Gets Planning Board Approval

Bullis Gets Planning Board Approval

Language Beyond Words

Exclusive ensemble troupe instructs McLean youngsters in alternative storytelling

Language Beyond Words

Opening The Garden Gate

Hilltop Cottage in McLean will open its gardens to the public this weekend.

Opening The Garden Gate

Celebrating Great Falls Day

Great Falls celebrate its history, particularly its churches

Celebrating Great Falls Day

May Openings to Unsnarl Mixing Bowl

May Openings to Unsnarl Mixing Bowl

People Notes

People Notes

Keeping Watch

Keeping Watch

Spray Paint, Flames Mar School

Spray Paint, Flames Mar School

Business Notes

Business Notes

Decision Deferred on Popes Head Estates Park

Environmentalists, athletic leagues argue at public hearing.

Decision Deferred on Popes Head Estates Park

Community Notes

Community Notes

Former Spartan Behind GMU Podium

Former Spartan Behind GMU Podium

Open For Business

Open For Business

Band Bases Music on Local Life, Love

Band Bases Music on Local Life, Love

Goodwin Named Teacher of the Year

Churchill English teacher recognized at ceremony honoring educational leaders.

Goodwin Named Teacher of the Year

Gas Station Cashier Robbed

Gas Station Cashier Robbed

Crime Notes

Crime Notes

Route 28 Accident Injures Four

Route 28 Accident Injures Four

Joint Effort Ends Pursuit

Joint Effort Ends Pursuit

Arrest Made in Attack on Family

Arrest Made in Attack on Family

Stakeout Nabs Rental Car Thieves

Stakeout Nabs Rental Car Thieves

Police Notes

Police Notes

Crime Notes

Crime Notes

Monday, May 10

Literature Circles Help Students To Read

Literature Circles Help Students To Read

Literature Circles Help Students To Read

Literature Circles Help Students To Read

Thursday, May 6

Health notes

Health notes

College notes

College notes

Calendar listings

Calendar listings

Faith notes

Faith notes

Real Estate notes

Real Estate notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith notes

Faith notes

Faith notes

Faith notes

Crime report

Crime report

Camp and Schools notes

Camp and Schools notes

Learning to Read, in Adulthood

<sh>More than 129,000 adults in Northern Virginia read below a fifth-grade level.

Learning to Read, in Adulthood

Calendar listings

Calendar listings

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Crime report

Crime report

Calendar listings

Calendar listings

Learning to Read, in Adulthood

More than 129,000 adults in Northern Virginia read below a fifth-grade level.

Learning to Read, in Adulthood

Faith notes

Faith notes

Calendar listings

Calendar listings

Learning to Read, in Adulthood

More than 129,000 adults in Northern Virginia read below a fifth-grade level.

Learning to Read, in Adulthood

Camp and Schools notes

Camp and Schools notes

Camp and School notes

Camp and School notes

College notes

College notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Learning to Read, in Adulthood

More than 129,000 adults in Northern Virginia read below a fifth-grade level.

Learning to Read, in Adulthood

Crime report

Crime report

College notes

College notes

Camp and School notes

Camp and School notes

Crime report

Crime report

Ongoing events calendar

Ongoing events calendar

Wednesday, May 5

Dispute About Siding in Historic District

Dispute About Siding in Historic District

Roundups

Roundups

Clifton Homes on Tour

Clifton Community Woman's Club hosts event.

Clifton Homes on Tour

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Celebrating Culture

Celebrating Culture

Man Charged With Hit-and-Run

Man Charged With Hit-and-Run

Mother and Daughters Reunited

McLean family making up for lost time this Mother's Day

Mother and Daughters Reunited

Christmas in April

CUMC team helps woman with multiple sclerosis.

Christmas in April

News Briefs

News Briefs

Double Death at Great Falls

Fire and Rescue officials urge caution in the wake of two drownings at Great Falls Park

Double Death at Great Falls

Village Green Proposed for Historic District

Village Green Proposed for Historic District

Two-Car Crash In Virginia Run

Two-Car Crash In Virginia Run

Chesley Re-Elected Mayor; Close Race

Chesley Re-Elected Mayor; Close Race

Eastwood's Residential Project OK'd

Eastwood's Residential Project OK'd

Centreville Library Receives Alphabet Quilt

Centreville Library Receives Alphabet Quilt

Park Officials Hint at More Money

The park bond referendum could jump from $50 million to $75 million if citizens press.

Park Officials Hint at More Money

Dispute About Siding in Historic District

Dispute About Siding in Historic District

Two Charged With Malicious Wounding

Two Charged With Malicious Wounding

Roundups

Roundups

Beyond Basic Biology

Vienna organization sponsors high-school students to compete in an international Biology Olympiad

Beyond Basic Biology

Clifton Homes on Tour

Clifton Community Woman's Club hosts event.

Clifton Homes on Tour

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

McLean Tulips Beautify Town

McLean Tulips Beautify Town

News Briefs

News Briefs

Man Charged With Hit-and-Run

Man Charged With Hit-and-Run

Christmas in April

CUMC team helps woman with multiple sclerosis.

Christmas in April

Village Green Proposed for Historic District

Village Green Proposed for Historic District

Two-Car Crash In Virginia Run

Two-Car Crash In Virginia Run

Chesley Re-Elected Mayor; Close Race

Chesley Re-Elected Mayor; Close Race

School Notes

School Notes

Eastwood's Residential Project OK'd

Eastwood's Residential Project OK'd

Centreville Library Receives Alphabet Quilt

Centreville Library Receives Alphabet Quilt

Vienna School Notes

Vienna School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Alexander Pleads Guilty

Burke resident pleads guilty to recruiting juveniles into gangs.

Alexander Pleads Guilty

News Briefs

News Briefs

Christmas in April for Fairfax Woman

Christmas in April for Fairfax Woman

Fine-Tuning Governing Documents

Board responds to concerns about proposed new class of members.

Fine-Tuning Governing Documents

Alexander Pleads Guilty

Burke resident pleads guilty to recruiting juveniles into gangs.

Alexander Pleads Guilty

Rocky Run Will Compete at Odyssey of Mind World Finals

Rocky Run Will Compete at Odyssey of Mind World Finals

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

Flint Hill's 'Dearly Departed'

Cappies Review

Flint Hill's 'Dearly Departed'

Edison's 'The Boyfriend'

Cappies Review

Edison's 'The Boyfriend'

School Notes

School Notes

Falls Church's 'Three Musketeers'

Cappies Review

Falls Church's 'Three Musketeers'

TJ's Odyssey to Compete in World Games

TJ's Odyssey to Compete in World Games

Church Reaches Out

St. Anne’s Episcopal Church has started a new informal service to help draw in disenchanted young people.

Church Reaches Out

Reston Relay for Life

The annual fundraiser will be held at South Lakes High School, starting at 1 p.m. on Saturday, May 15.

Reston Relay for Life

Fairfax's 'Blithe Spirit'

Cappies Review

Fairfax's 'Blithe Spirit'

Clubs/organizations listings

Clubs/organizations listings

Robinson's 'Gold in the Hills'

Cappies Review

Robinson's 'Gold in the Hills'

Woodson's 'Comedy Murders of 1940'

Cappies Review

Woodson's 'Comedy Murders of 1940'

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Classes listing

Classes listing

Ongoing calendar events

Ongoing calendar events

Mother, Family Share Musical Gifts

Mother, Family Share Musical Gifts

Around town events

Around town events

Clubs/organizations listings

Clubs/organizations listings

News Briefs

News Briefs

Calendar

Calendar

Education Notes

Education Notes

Calendar

Calendar

After 25 Years, SLHS Gets Makeover

Drawbacks of original design have led to much-needed improvements.

After 25 Years, SLHS Gets Makeover

Dogwood Principal Wins Major Award

Ricki Harvey is Virginia’s recipient of the National Distinguished Principal of the Year award.

Dogwood Principal Wins Major Award

A Cornucopia of Dining Pleasures Available in Mount Vernon

Dining

A Cornucopia of Dining Pleasures Available in Mount Vernon

School Notes

School Notes

Board Plans Review at Retreat

School Board explores specific ways to improve education.

Board Plans Review at Retreat

Line Up for Hugs

Ronn Lonon is named Outstanding School Volunteer of the Year.

Line Up for Hugs

Sellers Leaves Her Mark

Lucille Sellers, who helped developed the sex education program for Loudoun, retires this year.

Sellers Leaves Her Mark

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Health notes/listings

Health notes/listings

Assisting Iraqi Doctors, from Virginia

Local nurse practitioners gather medical supplies needed in Iraq.

Assisting Iraqi Doctors, from Virginia

Town Race Suddenly Becomes Contested

Last-minute write-in candidates make Vienna Town Council race competitive.

Town Race Suddenly Becomes Contested

Double Death at Great Falls

Fire and Rescue officials urge caution in the wake of two drownings at Great Falls Park

Double Death at Great Falls

McLean Tulips Beautify Town

McLean Tulips Beautify Town

Ready

County is using many approaches to prepare for natural disasters or terrorists attacks.

Ready

Park Officials Hint at More Money

The park bond referendum could jump from $50 million to $75 million if citizens press.

Park Officials Hint at More Money

Existing Office Building to Get Police Makeover

Existing Office Building to Get Police Makeover

Petal Works Blooms

Petal Works Blooms

Vienna Soldier Returns Home

Vienna Soldier Returns Home

Optimists Receive $10,000 Donation

Optimists Receive $10,000 Donation

State Gives, State Takes Away

Legislative liaison explains effect of state's tax changes on county.

State Gives, State Takes Away

Mother and Daughters Reunited

McLean family making up for lost time this Mother's Day

Mother and Daughters Reunited

Police Chief Stresses Dialogue

Capt. McGown went to the dogs before arriving at McLean

Police Chief Stresses Dialogue

Police Chief Stresses Dialogue

Capt. McGowen went to the dogs before arriving at McLean

Police Chief Stresses Dialogue

News Briefs

News Briefs

Civil War Days

Civil War Days

City School Board Gets New Member

Mayor and City Council composition remains the same after May 4 election.

City School Board Gets New Member

Tuesday, May 4

Clubs

Clubs

Community Notes

Community Notes

Still Trying to Define Family

Commission Defers Family Ordinance

Still Trying to Define Family

Clubs

Clubs

O'Reilly Wins Mayor's Seat

Smith Top Vote Getter

O'Reilly Wins Mayor's Seat

Business Notes

Business Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

40 Years Makes a Big Difference at Stratford Landing

Anniversary celebrated with open house, activities and special ceremonies.

40 Years Makes a Big Difference at Stratford Landing

Classes

Classes

Weekly Police Beat

Weekly Police Beat

Potomac Does 'Annie'

Potomac Does 'Annie'

Floris Sweeps First GO Tournament

Schools Gather for Gomoku Narabe Tournament

Floris Sweeps First GO Tournament

Springfield's Simonfalls Competes at Battle of the Bands

Springfield's Simonfalls Competes at Battle of the Bands

Classes

Classes

At the Movies

At the Movies

People Notes

People Notes

Celebrating Azaleas

Celebrating Azaleas

Audubon’s Annual Fair

Audubon’s Annual Fair

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Student Overflow Traffic Brings Trash

Student Overflow Traffic Brings Trash

UCM Gala Goes On Despite the Rain

UCM Gala Goes On Despite the Rain

Fire Service Restructured

Uniformed Fire Chief will oversee county fire service.

Fire Service Restructured

Parent Network Looks for Answers

Communication identified as key element during meetings.

Parent Network Looks for Answers

Riding Program Helps Those with Disabilities

Learning Through Horses

Riding Program Helps Those with Disabilities

Arts Commission to Celebrate 20th Anniversary

Arts Commission to Celebrate 20th Anniversary

Touche, Sasha

Touche, Sasha

Police Notes

Police Notes

Detour Ahead

Detour Ahead

Business Notes

Business Notes

Volunteer Notes

Volunteer Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Police Notes

Police Notes

Student Overflow Traffic Brings Trash

Student Overflow Traffic Brings Trash

Springfield's Simonfalls Competes in Battle of the Bands

Springfield's Simonfalls Competes in Battle of the Bands

Board Approves Plan to Increase Low-Cost Housing

Housing plan could increase low-cost apartments, but developers say increased costs could drive away projects.

Board Approves Plan to Increase Low-Cost Housing

50 Years After Doors Opened

County marks 50th anniversary of Supreme Court decision ending segregation.

50 Years After Doors Opened

The End of Domestic Violence?

Women die at hands of husbands, boyfriends in more than half of Arlington murders.

The End of Domestic Violence?

Chap Petersen Weighs Lt. Gov. Run

Politics is a 'young person's business,' Fairfax delegate says.

Chap Petersen Weighs Lt. Gov. Run

Roundup

Roundup

Circling In On Safety

Circling In On Safety

Tax Rate Cut Below a Buck

Council adopts budget; passes on open space funding for now.

Tax Rate Cut Below a Buck

Moran, Rosenberg Square Off

Young Democrats host District 8 debate.

Moran, Rosenberg Square Off

Looking For Words

Looking For Words

Shooting Leaves One in Critical Condition

Shooting Leaves One in Critical Condition

Perry Back At Work

School Board votes to retain superintendent.

Perry Back At Work

Court Puts Immersion Changes on Hold

Restraining Order stops lottery

Court Puts Immersion Changes on Hold

Community Foundation Completes Digital Divide Class

Community Foundation Completes Digital Divide Class

Police Charge City Man with Assault

Old Town pursuit includes shooting of suspect.

Police Charge City Man with Assault

New Leadership At Healthly Families

New Leadership At Healthly Families

Volunteer Notes

Volunteer Notes

New Business Fills Gap in 'Tween' Market

Local woman capitalizes on filling niche in clothing market.

New Business Fills Gap in 'Tween' Market

New Home for the Puppets

New Home for the Puppets

Mullen Resigns from Senior Services

Grace Lynch named interim director.

Mullen Resigns from Senior Services

What's Old is New Again

State and city institution still going strong.

What's Old is New Again

Wall of Time

Student-created Swatches on display at Education Center.

Wall of Time

Toast of Fashion Serves as Precursor to Toast of Alexandria

Models show fashions from local boutiques.

Toast of Fashion Serves as Precursor to Toast of Alexandria

Old Makes Way for New

National Arbor Day at Mount Vernon Estate.

Old Makes Way for New

Quarry Plans Annual Earth Day Fair

Quarry Plans Annual Earth Day Fair

Detour Ahead

Detour Ahead

Stop, Drop and Roll...Those Dice

Elementary students tackle new math game in spirited competition.

Stop, Drop and Roll...Those Dice

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Police Notes

Police Notes

Walking On The Wild Side — Or Not

Workshop helps community keep pedestrians safe.

Walking On The Wild Side — Or Not

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

Award-Winning Work Ethic

Young Makes Impression at Herndon High

Award-Winning Work Ethic

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

This Week in Potomac

This Week in Potomac

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

Farmers' Market Springs to Life

Farmers' Market Springs to Life

Springfield's Simonfalls Competes in Battle of the Bands

Springfield's Simonfalls Competes in Battle of the Bands

Detour Ahead

Detour Ahead

Circling In On Safety

Circling In On Safety

Pandamania Unleashed in Herndon

Pandamania Unleashed in Herndon

Volunteer Notes

Volunteer Notes

Circling In On Safety

Circling In On Safety

A Memorial Summer Planned

A Memorial Summer Planned

Local Schools Score High at Science Olympiad

Local Schools Score High at Science Olympiad

Church Pays Tribute to Long-time Employee

Harry Davis feted for his 40 years of service.

Church Pays Tribute to Long-time Employee

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Monday, May 3

Wootton Considers Cell Phone Tower

Wootton Considers Cell Phone Tower