News for Wednesday, September 8, 2004

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Camps and Schools Notes

Camps and Schools Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Hunting for Homeowners Insurance

Homeowners should determine risks, do homework before buying policy

Hunting for Homeowners Insurance

Arlington Health Resources

Arlington Health Resources

Parks and Recreation

Parks and Recreation

Arlington Public Schools

Arlington Public Schools

Moran Faces Two Challengers in Nov. Elections

Moran Faces Two Challengers in Nov. Elections

Storm Threat

City prepares for potential flooding.

Storm Threat

Novemeber Elections

Novemeber Elections

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Alleged Car Thief Captured By Police

Alleged Car Thief Captured By Police

Outpost for the Northern Army

Centreville never fully recovers from the effects of the Civil War.

Outpost for the Northern Army

School Notes

School Notes

Obituary

Audrey Davie

Obituary

Roundups

Roundups

College Notes

College Notes

Sheriff's Investigators Honored

Sheriff's Investigators Honored

Faith

Faith

Great Falls Community Directory Revived

Great Falls Community Directory Revived

Changing Direction

A slew of comprehensive plan amendment applications startle the county.

Changing Direction

Museum Finds Home in Lorton?

Museum Finds Home in Lorton?

Arnon Chapel Water Project Debated

Arnon Chapel Water Project Debated

Schools Open Tuesday

Schools Open Tuesday

Learning About Founding Fathers

Teachers enjoy constitutional workshops at Montpelier.

Learning About Founding Fathers

Living with Insatiable Hunger

Children with Prader-Willi Syndrome live a different life.

Living with Insatiable Hunger

Health Care Expands

New medical center unveiled; officials list improvements at Inova Mount Vernon Hospital.

Health Care Expands

Museum Finds Home in Lorton?

Museum Finds Home in Lorton?

Custom Canines Opens

Custom Canines Opens

People

People

Bond Referendum Has Little for Reston

Voters are being asked to approve a $325 million bond referendum this November, but few of those funds are earmarked for Reston.

Bond Referendum Has Little for Reston

Friend or Foe?

Friend or Foe?

Crime Report

Crime Report

Places of Worship

Places of Worship

Learning Moves Outdoors

Learning Moves Outdoors

Fairfax Schools Ready for Students

Staff and students prepare for new school year.

Fairfax Schools Ready for Students

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

College Notes

College Notes

School Notes

School Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Schools

Schools

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Mount Vernon Woods Scores Big

Mount Vernon Woods Scores Big

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Aldredge at Woodley Hills

Aldredge at Woodley Hills

Faith

Faith

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith

Faith

Health

Health

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health

Health

Health Notes

Health Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

School Notes

School Notes

The Scoop on Pets

The Scoop on Pets

Affordable Housing Is Top Priority

Affordable Housing Is Top Priority

Yearly Calendar

Yearly Calendar

Theatre

Theatre

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Affordable Housing

Affordable Housing

Arlington County Schools

Arlington County Schools

Arlington Senior Centers

Arlington Senior Centers

Education

Education

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Governing Arlington

Governing Arlington

Getting Around

Getting Around

Arlington Organizations

Arlington Organizations

Emergency Services in Arlington County

Emergency Services in Arlington County

Arlington's Top Issues

Developing stories every new Arlingtonian should know about.

Arlington's Top Issues

Education

Education

Moving In: A Newcomers Checklist

Moving In: A Newcomers Checklist

Arlington Invites Community to 9-11 Commemorative Ceremony

Arlington Invites Community to 9-11 Commemorative Ceremony

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar

Calendar

HCTV-23

HCTV-23

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

CALENDAR

CALENDAR

Calendar

Calendar

'It's Time'

Red Cross volunteer takes assignment in South Korea.

'It's Time'

Calendar

Calendar

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

International Children’s Festival Returns

Groups from China and Korea will perform at annual Wolf Trap event.

International Children’s Festival Returns

After 60 Years

Alexandria Health Department gains new home.

After 60 Years

Running Blind

Reston resident Gene Skonicki is not letting his blindness stop him from becoming a long-distance runner.

Running Blind

Crime Report

Crime Report

Old Street, New Name

The houses are where they've always been, but residents now have different addresses.

Old Street, New Name

White Oak Celebrates First Day

White Oak Celebrates First Day

Council To Emphasize POW/MIA Recognition Day

More attention and awareness urged to keep searching for MIA.

Council To Emphasize POW/MIA Recognition Day

Supervisors Vote to Counteract Crowding

Board lines up behind Delgaudio's motion to adopt the state code on housing occupancy limits.

Supervisors Vote to Counteract Crowding

Alleged Car Thief Captured By Police

Alleged Car Thief Captured By Police

Fall into the Arts

More than 200 artisans display their wares this weekend.

Fall into the Arts

St. Elmo's Brews Service Award

St. Elmo's Brews Service Award

Festival Proves Festive

Annual Jazz and Wine Festival attracts crowds from throughout Northern Virginia.

Festival Proves Festive

Community Beacon Moves On

Sisler leaves fire department to join EDS.

Community Beacon Moves On

Painting a New Façade

Chad Brady's murals color Mt. Vernon Avenue.

Painting a New Façade

Youth Head Back to School

Despite rain and some late buses, the first day of school for Alexandria's 10,500 students begins smoothly.

Youth Head Back to School

Herndon Youth Head Back to School

Alarms ring early.

Herndon Youth Head Back to School

Full Steam Ahead For High Schools

Full Steam Ahead For High Schools

Blood Giving Made Sweeter

Hollin Hall Pastry Shop provides treats for blood donors.

Blood Giving Made Sweeter

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Art in Bloom

Springfield Art Guild honors local artists at annual show.

Art in Bloom

Messiah Methodist: 40 Years and Going Strong

Former pastors return to celebrate together at Springfield church.

Messiah Methodist: 40 Years and Going Strong

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Obituary

Audrey Davie

Obituary

News Briefs

News Briefs

RCC Prepares New Season for the Arts

Tickets go on sale this Sunday for what is being called one of the strongest CenterStage schedules in 20 years.

RCC Prepares New Season for the Arts

All Schools Back in Session

Local schools do finishing touches and hold open houses.

All Schools Back in Session

Powers Pursues Lorton Missile Site

Cold War Memorial would be built on land designated a Heritage Area by the County Park Authority.

Powers Pursues Lorton Missile Site

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

W&OD Trail Saved

Dominion agrees not to locate power lines on nine miles of the Washington & Old Dominion Regional Trail.

W&OD Trail Saved

Outpost for the Northern Army

Centreville never fully recovers from the effects of the Civil War.

Outpost for the Northern Army

Roundups

Roundups

Principals Pleased With High School SAT Scores

Principals Pleased With High School SAT Scores

Abduction Charge To Grand Jury

Abduction Charge To Grand Jury

27 Months Prison For 12 Crimes

27 Months Prison For 12 Crimes

Ravensworth Opens Outdoor Classroom

Ravensworth Opens Outdoor Classroom

White Oak Celebrates First Day

White Oak Celebrates First Day

Principals Pleased With High School SAT Scores

Principals Pleased With High School SAT Scores

Abduction Charge To Grand Jury

Abduction Charge To Grand Jury

Planning Commission May Defer Fairlee Decision

Citizens form new group opposing the controversial project.

Planning Commission May Defer Fairlee Decision

Sunrise Center Showcases Talent

Residents share their artistic talent with friends and family.

Sunrise Center Showcases Talent

Annual Car Show Nears

Annual Car Show Nears

Get Lost

This year's MAiZE at Temple Hall Farm commemorates the return of Joe Gibbs to the Redskins.

Get Lost

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Schools Open Tuesday

Schools Open Tuesday

Still Committed to Herndon

After leaving Planning Commission, Judy Downer still active in community.

Still Committed to Herndon

Upcoming Town Council Agenda

Upcoming Town Council Agenda

Cooper Center Sweetened by New Tenant

Family Bakery opens after long delay.

Cooper Center Sweetened by New Tenant

McLean Teen Wins Foreign Service Award

McLean Teen Wins Foreign Service Award

Edwards at South County

Elizabeth Edwards discusses healthcare programs.

Edwards at South County

River Farm Setting for Festive Evening

American Horticultural Society Holds Eleventh Annual Gala.

River Farm Setting for Festive Evening

People

People

First Day

The new school year gets underway at Springfield Estates Elementary

First Day

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

Obituary

Audrey Davie

Obituary

Learning Moves Outdoors

Learning Moves Outdoors

Crime

Crime

Crime Report

Crime Report

Crime

Crime

Crime Report

Crime Report

Crime

Crime