Stories for April 2005

Stories for April 2005

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Thursday, April 28

Teacher Charged: Weapon at School

Teacher Charged: Weapon at School

Jewish Community

Jewish Community

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Electronic Soliciting Charge to Grand Jury

Electronic Soliciting Charge to Grand Jury

Health Notes

Health Notes

Earth Day at NVCC

Northern Virginia Community College hosts an Earth Day/Arbor Day event on April 23.

Earth Day at NVCC

Final Stretch

Council plans to adopt budget on May 2, but property owners are concerned about tax bills.

Final Stretch

Remembering Rachel Crossett With a Tea

50 people attend fund-raiser, fashion show and bingo for Teardrops to Rainbows

Remembering Rachel Crossett With a Tea

Local Parks Offer Summer Options

Dance, sports, wilderness all fodder for summer camps.

Local Parks Offer Summer Options

Burglary Charges Move Forward

Burglary Charges Move Forward

Where They Stand

City Council members suggest spending increases and budget cuts.

Where They Stand

Walk for Shea Is a Success

More than $25,000 raised.

Walk for Shea Is a Success

Angel Kisses 5K/2K in Jeffrey's Memory

Angel Kisses 5K/2K in Jeffrey's Memory

Sully Police To Hold Open House

Sully Police To Hold Open House

School Notes

School Notes

Earth Day at NVCC

Northern Virginia Community College hosts an Earth Day/Arbor Day event on April 23.

Earth Day at NVCC

WFCM Holds President's Annual Dinner and Auction

WFCM Holds President's Annual Dinner and Auction

School Notes

School Notes

Boot Camp via Neil Simon

Little Theatre Produces Another Hit

Boot Camp via Neil Simon

Boot Camp via Neil Simon

Little Theatre Produces Another Hit

Boot Camp via Neil Simon

Scaring Students Slow

Distractions, peer acceptance increase risks to teenage drivers.

Scaring Students Slow

Repelling the Magnet

School Board members vote against allowing Alexandria students to attend Fairfax County magnet school.

Repelling the Magnet

D.C. Event Benefits New Hope

Hoops For The Homeless raises awareness and support.

D.C. Event Benefits New Hope

Students Dish about Drugs, Parties

Students Dish about Drugs, Parties

Follow 'The Wiz' at Lee

Cappies Review

Follow 'The Wiz' at Lee

Jewish Community

Jewish Community

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

12 New Townhouses Planned for ODay Drive

12 New Townhouses Planned for ODay Drive

Fair Lakes Teen Is Sentenced for Crimes

One of eight juveniles caught burglarizing homes, damaging property.

Fair Lakes Teen Is Sentenced for Crimes

Sat. Night in Suburbs

Westfield students talk openly about teen drinking.

Sat. Night in Suburbs

Electronic Soliciting Charge to Grand Jury

Electronic Soliciting Charge to Grand Jury

Sat. Night in Suburbs

Westfield students talk openly about teen drinking.

Sat. Night in Suburbs

Angel Kisses 5K/2K in Jeffrey's Memory

Angel Kisses 5K/2K in Jeffrey's Memory

Business Notes

Business Notes

Roundups

Roundups

Roundups

Roundups

Truck Bursts Into Flames in Clifton

Truck Bursts Into Flames in Clifton

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Calendar

Calendar

Burglary Charges Move Forward

Burglary Charges Move Forward

New Homes Are Proposed

Ivy Development wants to build 8 homes near Old Mill community

New Homes Are Proposed

Creating Colvin Run

Planting for Earth Day first step to creating garden.

Creating Colvin Run

News Briefs

News Briefs

WFCM Holds President's Annual Dinner and Auction

WFCM Holds President's Annual Dinner and Auction

Truck Bursts Into Flames in Clifton

Truck Bursts Into Flames in Clifton

Wednesday, April 27

College Notes

College Notes

HHS Robotics Team Finishes Strong

HHS Robotics Team Finishes Strong

Space Exploration: Up Close

Dr. Roger Crouch visits with Washington Mill students.

Space Exploration: Up Close

Terraset Wins HP Grant

A $35,000 grant from Hewlett Packard brings new technology to Terraset.

Terraset Wins HP Grant

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Mixed-Use Project Planned for Fair Lakes

Mixed-Use Project Planned for Fair Lakes

Planting a Tree for Earth Day

Planting a Tree for Earth Day

Recognizing Those Who Help

Volunteer Fairfax presents annual service awards.

Recognizing Those Who Help

Schools

Schools

Bringing Verse to Life

Arlington students energize National Poetry Recitation Contest.

Bringing Verse to Life

Schools Notes

Schools Notes

Arlington Teachers Honored Nationally

Yorktown High School and Long Branch Elementary educators inducted into National Teachers Hall of Fame.

Arlington Teachers Honored Nationally

Recognizing Those Who Help

Volunteer Fairfax presents annual service awards.

Recognizing Those Who Help

Recognizing Those Who Help

Volunteer Fairfax presents Volunteer Service Awards.

Recognizing Those Who Help

News Briefs

News Briefs

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

Heads Up on Bus Barn Redevelopment

WMATA Seems to be holding trump card in relocating metro bus barn.

Heads Up on Bus Barn Redevelopment

Church Does Its Part for Environment

Earth Day Fair imparts information about keeping the earth green.

Church Does Its Part for Environment

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Block Party Rescheduled

Block Party Rescheduled

Recognizing Those Who Help

Volunteer Fairfax presents annual service awards.

Recognizing Those Who Help

Don't Nix Japanese Immersion, Parents Urge

Fairfax County Public Schools may cancel the Japanese Immersion program at Floris Elementary School.

Don't Nix Japanese Immersion, Parents Urge

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Show Demonstrates Value of Thrift Shop

Members of Aldersgate women’s group model clothing from Back Porch.

Show Demonstrates Value of Thrift Shop

City's Beacon Goes Dark

Boaters facing different summer at Alexandria's docks.

City's Beacon Goes Dark

Health Notes

Health Notes

Jewish Community

Jewish Community

Plants Galore at Annual River Farm Plant Sale

Plant lovers find a little something of everything.

Plants Galore at Annual River Farm Plant Sale

Plants Galore at Annual River Farm Plant Sale

Plant lovers find a little something of everything.

Plants Galore at Annual River Farm Plant Sale

College notes

College notes

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Local Volunteers Recognized

Local Volunteers Recognized

News Briefs

News Briefs

Recognizing Those Who Help

Volunteer Fairfax presents annual service awards.

Recognizing Those Who Help

Health Notes

Health Notes

Staying Green at the Pentagon?

Protecting the Environment at the world's largest office complex.

Staying Green at the Pentagon?

Academy Students Win Gold at States

Robinson, Woodson and Fairfax students among winners.

Academy Students Win Gold at States

All-City Sports Facility--Needed or Not?

Citizens question council's procedure on public input.

All-City Sports Facility--Needed or Not?

Mayor Launches Job Initiative for Youth

Mayor Launches Job Initiative for Youth

Moussaoui To Fight Death Penalty

Local families react to Moussaoui's guilty plea on terrorism charges.

Moussaoui To Fight Death Penalty

Edison Propels 'Pippen'

Cappies Review

Edison Propels 'Pippen'

Annual Gala Honors Citizen of the Year

Neal McBride acknowledged for his work with the arts, community and schools.

Annual Gala Honors Citizen of the Year

Military Honored in Tribute Performance

Mount Vernon High School dedicates Saturday matinee to military families.

Military Honored in Tribute Performance

Forum Explores What 'A Man Is'

A focus on intertwining dreams and responsibilities

Forum Explores What 'A Man Is'

Following the Dream at Falls Church

Cappies Review

Following the Dream at Falls Church

Candidates Raise Funds

Local incumbents and candidates in the 45th District seek campaign donations as races get underway.

Candidates Raise Funds

College Notes

College Notes

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Following the Dream at Falls Church

Cappies Review

Following the Dream at Falls Church

Schools Notes

Schools Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Moussaoui To Fight Death Penalty

Local families react to Moussaoui's guilty plea on terrorism charges.

Moussaoui To Fight Death Penalty

Another Pedestrian Struck

Officers continue to ticket and warn drivers and pedestrians.

Another Pedestrian Struck

Suspected Arsonist Arrested

Suspected Arsonist Arrested

Health Notes

Health Notes

Real Estate

Real Estate

Volunteer Fairfax Awards

Hunter Mill District groups and individuals honored for volunteer work.

Volunteer Fairfax Awards

Calendar

Calendar

Exploring Adult Day Health Care

County opens doors to alternative senior health care.

Exploring Adult Day Health Care

Camps and Schools Notes

Camps and Schools Notes

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Second Child Buried

Family and friends say goodbye to second child killed in school bus crash as investigation continues.

Second Child Buried

Volunteers Keep Seams from Splitting

Volunteers Keep Seams from Splitting

By George!

By George!

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Kluttz Pleads Guilty

Ringleader of kidnapping plot strikes plea agreement.

Kluttz Pleads Guilty

Taste of Town: Full of Flavor

Taste of Town: Full of Flavor

Celebrating Arbor Day

Celebrating Arbor Day

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Moussaoui To Fight Death Penalty

Local families react to Moussaoui's guilty plea on terrorism charges.

Moussaoui To Fight Death Penalty

Summer Rain Hits T.T. Reynolds

Fairfax quartet creates its own brand of artistic music.

Summer Rain Hits T.T. Reynolds

Tuesday, April 26

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Curbing Teen Driving Crashes

West Springfield High hosts a forum on teen driving

Curbing Teen Driving Crashes

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Stakeholders Up Next

Thirty identified stakeholders in the Dulles south comprehensive plan amendment will have their voices heard in a May 23 meeting.

Stakeholders Up Next

APR Nominations Heard

Second phase of APR process completed

APR Nominations Heard

Delay for Creekside

Proposal that would move Bolen Park gets pushed back another month before submitting rezoning request.

Delay for Creekside

Week in Great Falls

Week in Great Falls

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Goat Farm Goes to Board

Decision deferred until May 9.

Goat Farm Goes to Board

Committee: Lewinsville Park Best for McLean Day

Nine-member committee ranked nine sites in McLean for festival.

Committee: Lewinsville Park Best for McLean Day

Business Notes

Business Notes

APR Nominations Heard

Second phase of APR process completed

APR Nominations Heard

Teacher of the Year

Shenandoah University recognized the Sanders Corner physical education and health teacher.

Teacher of the Year

Combating Hunger, One Job, One Meal at a Time

Robert Egger, founder of D.C. Central Kitchen, speaks at Potomac School.

Combating Hunger, One Job, One Meal at a Time

Faith

Faith

Treasures or Trinkets?

Auction house comes to McLean.

Treasures or Trinkets?

Landowners Weigh Appeal

Interveners consider appealing judge's order that reverted western Loudoun zoning to one house per three acres.

Landowners Weigh Appeal

Volunteering

Volunteering

What Happens Next?

Business leaders, politicians meet to discuss the future of Tysons Corner.

What Happens Next?

Week in McLean

Week in McLean

Restraining Order Denied

Great Falls resident tries to stop Riverside Manor water line.

Restraining Order Denied

Restraining Order Denied

Great Falls resident tries to stop Riverside Manor water line.

Restraining Order Denied

Attempted Drowning?

Lansdowne woman under investigation after children found alone in bathtub; neighbors notified law enforcement after she jumped from home's second story.

Attempted Drowning?

Community

Community

Business Notes

Business Notes

People

People

Faith

Faith

Happy Family

Happy Family

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

Faith

Faith

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Curbing Teen Driving Crashes

West Springfield High hosts a forum on teen driving

Curbing Teen Driving Crashes

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Painting the Town

Great Falls Studios exhibit helps open the ReMax Gateway office.

Painting the Town

Lanier Renovations Delayed

Once again bids are more than bonds.

Lanier Renovations Delayed

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

Area Man Missing in Plane Crash

Jonathan Leber's single-engine plane went down Monday night in Lake Michigan.

Area Man Missing in Plane Crash

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Dominion High School Introduces Mascot

A marketing class worked with a professional to develop a mascot for their school.

Dominion High School Introduces Mascot

Book Buying Ahead for Burke Library

New library is scheduled to open in 2008.

Book Buying Ahead for Burke Library

Creating Colvin Run

Planting for Earth Day first step to creating garden.

Creating Colvin Run

Partnership Yields Housing for Disabled

An eight-townhouse complex for the disabled is slated for Oak Leather Drive in Burke.

Partnership Yields Housing for Disabled

Real Estate

Real Estate

Earth Day at NVCC

Northern Virginia Community College hosts an Earth Day/Arbor Day event on April 23.

Earth Day at NVCC

Book Buying Ahead for Burke Library

New library is scheduled to open in 2008.

Book Buying Ahead for Burke Library

Meeting Work Force Needs

A panel identifies ways to match the region's work force needs with higher educational resources.

Meeting Work Force Needs

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Arrests Made in BB Gun Incidents

Arrests Made in BB Gun Incidents

Sickles Seeks Re-election

Del. Mark Sickles (D-43) is unopposed in the Democratic primary.

Sickles Seeks Re-election

A Seller’s Guide to Real Estate

With home prices skyrocketing, sellers need to protect themselves

A Seller’s Guide to Real Estate

This Week in Arlington

This Week in Arlington

Real Estate

Real Estate

Gardening Notes

Gardening Notes

Jose Saves Alexer's Life

He used the Heimlich maneuver.

Jose Saves Alexer's Life

Business Notes

Business Notes

APR Hits Home Stretch

Planning Commission conducts public hearing on proposed changes to Comprehensive Plan.

APR Hits Home Stretch

Parents Fail to Find Time

Majority of parents missed student performance.

Parents Fail to Find Time

Gardening Notes

Gardening Notes

Parks Offer Camps Options

Camps & Schools

Parks Offer Camps Options

Partnership Yields Housing for Disabled

An eight-townhouse complex for the disabled is slated for Oak Leather Drive in Burke.

Partnership Yields Housing for Disabled

Combating Hunger, One Job, One Meal at a Time

Robert Egger, founder of D.C. Central Kitchen, speaks at Potomac School.

Combating Hunger, One Job, One Meal at a Time

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Horse Association Forming

It's the largest agricultural industry in the county. Now a group of horse people are planning to form an umbrella organization.

Horse Association Forming

Scaring Students Slow

Distractions, peer acceptance increase risks to teenage drivers.

Scaring Students Slow

Curbing Teen Driving Crashes

West Springfield High hosts a forum on teen driving

Curbing Teen Driving Crashes

Partnership Yields Housing for Disabled

An eight-townhouse complex for the disabled is slated for Oak Leather Drive in Burke.

Partnership Yields Housing for Disabled

Tinkering with TOYchallenge

Lake Braddock students create a board game as part of national toy design competition.

Tinkering with TOYchallenge

Choosing South Lakes Principal

Parents want a voice in choosing the new principal at South Lakes High School.

Choosing South Lakes Principal

A Mile in Her Shoes

West Springfield Elementary walk honors of sixth grade teacher and cancer patient Julianna Fitzpatrick.

A Mile in Her Shoes

Oprison's Ballot Validity Questioned

Del. Joe May’s campaign charges opponent's campaign manager was ineligible to collect signatures.

Oprison's Ballot Validity Questioned

Deputy Cleared

Deputy Cleared

Tinkering with TOYchallenge

Lake Braddock students create a board game as part of national toy design competition.

Tinkering with TOYchallenge

Mock Council Rejects Curfew

High school students find curfew unnecessary.

Mock Council Rejects Curfew

APR Hits Home Stretch

Planning Commission conducts public hearing on proposed changes to Comprehensive Plan.

APR Hits Home Stretch

Senior Living

Senior Living

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Area Man Missing in Plane Crash

Jonathan Leber's single-engine plane went down Monday night in Lake Michigan.

Area Man Missing in Plane Crash

Time For Great Falls Day

Annual event to be held May 7 at Grange Park.

Time For Great Falls Day

Schoolyard Habitat Connects Students

Students build a habitat garden and make connection with their native countries.

Schoolyard Habitat Connects Students

A Mexico Mission

Messiah Methodist youth mission visits the same two churches in Mexico for 20 years.

A Mexico Mission

What Happens Next?

Business leaders, politicians meet to discuss the future of Tysons Corner.

What Happens Next?

Area Man Missing in Plane Crash

Jonathan Leber's single-engine plane went down Monday night in Lake Michigan.

Area Man Missing in Plane Crash

Scaring Students Slow

Distractions, peer acceptance increase risks to teenage drivers.

Scaring Students Slow

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Monday, April 25

State of the Union

Gallery

State of the Union

Immersed in 5th-Grade Trip to China

Chinese immersion students from Potomac Elementary share highlights of their trip to China.

Immersed in 5th-Grade Trip to China

School Faces & Feats 4-27-05

Eli Freilich

School Faces & Feats 4-27-05

Still Roiling over Policy Changes

School Board says Thursday meeting signals outreach efforts.

Still Roiling over Policy Changes

Wait ‘til Next Year?

State funds secured for new canal boat by Great Falls Tavern.

Wait ‘til Next Year?

Unclear on Snyder Clear-Cutting

County officials, residents, congressman respond to December incident.

Unclear on Snyder Clear-Cutting

This Week in Potomac 4-27-05

This Week in Potomac 4-27-05

’Not Really Your Normal Play’

Whitman Performs '45 Seconds from Broadway'

’Not Really Your Normal Play’

Teen Charged in Rape Pleads Guilty

Under plea agreement, Benbow's sentence capped at 20 years.

Teen Charged in Rape Pleads Guilty

Thursday, April 21

Family Bakery Adds Doughnuts

Dozens of flavors made fresh every day

Family Bakery Adds Doughnuts

Virtual Tournament draws Arlington Gamers

New game draws mixed reviews.

Virtual Tournament draws Arlington Gamers

Learning As Much As They Can

For Arlington's students with developmental disabilities, high expectations can mean high achievements.

Learning As Much As They Can

Inside Look at Baseball in D.C.

Dr. Natwar Gandhi speaks to members about impact of baseball on the city

Inside Look at Baseball in D.C.

Bus Crash Kills Hoffman-Boston Student

Both drivers are injured, two children are in critical condition.

Bus Crash Kills Hoffman-Boston Student

Howard Kurtz Tries His Hand at Directing

‘Biloxi Blues’ set to open this weekend at Little Theatre

Howard Kurtz Tries His Hand at Directing

River Farm Displays Artwork

Show with landscapes, still lifes and florals can be viewed through May

River Farm Displays Artwork

Fatality Closes Parkway

Woman killed as car crosses double line

Fatality Closes Parkway

Man Shot

Mount Vernon Woods School locked down

Man Shot

Students Search for Financial Aid

Career counselors and financial aid champions help students find resources

Students Search for Financial Aid

Van Landingham Art to Benefit League

Clearing studio space for a good cause

Van Landingham Art to Benefit League

GreenSpace Earns Checkbook Award

Customers discover oasis on Route One

GreenSpace Earns Checkbook Award

Mara Pershing Resurfaces in Buckingham

A neighborhood flight alerted police to the presence of four people linked to the gang.

Mara Pershing Resurfaces in Buckingham

Homeowners Protest Rising Property Taxes.

Local residents voice outrage over rising taxes on homes as the County Board approves Arlington’s next budget.

Homeowners Protest Rising Property Taxes.

Widening Still Opposed

Civic association members and local officials say new VDOT study raises more questions than it answers about 66.

Widening Still Opposed

Wednesday, April 20

Greener Pastures for Soccer Teams

New sports complex at Capital One complex to serve McLean and Vienna Youth Soccer groups and Travel Baseball league.

Greener Pastures for Soccer Teams

People Notes

People Notes

Countdown to Construction

Groundbreaking to take place within the next few weeks.

Countdown to Construction

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Recognizing Herndon's History

Historical Society tries to generate interest in plaque program to recognize historical structures in town.

Recognizing Herndon's History

Greener Pastures for Soccer Teams

New sports complex at Capital One complex to serve McLean and Vienna Youth Soccer groups and Travel Baseball league.

Greener Pastures for Soccer Teams

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

'Oceans in Motion' Visits Chesterbrook

Mobile aquarium presentation is geared to SOL requirements.

'Oceans in Motion' Visits Chesterbrook

School Notes

School Notes

Plenty of Pain To Go Around

McLean pain doctor, 59, sentenced to 25 years in prison.

Plenty of Pain To Go Around

College Notes

College Notes

Camps

Camps

College Notes

College Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

News Briefs

News Briefs

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Community Notes

Community Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

People Notes

People Notes

Promoting Corporate Greening

Energy Star Challenge issued to local businesses.

Promoting Corporate Greening

Health Notes

Health Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

News Briefs

News Briefs

A Model Performance

Fairfax High students score big at Model U.N. conference.

A Model Performance

Real Estate

Real Estate

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Congress To Block Fairlee?

U.S. Rep. Tom Davis weighs in on development near Vienna Metro.

Congress To Block Fairlee?

Looking for TV's 'Bachelor'

Local actress takes shot at love via reality television.

Looking for TV's 'Bachelor'

Business Notes

Business Notes

Fun Raising Funds

Olde Creek hosts fund-raiser to benefit children's home in Sri Lanka.

Fun Raising Funds

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Stone Bridge Senior Finalist

Stone Bridge Senior Finalist

Fun Raising Funds

Olde Creek hosts fund-raiser to benefit children's home in Sri Lanka.

Fun Raising Funds

Calendar

Calendar

Fun Raising Funds

Olde Creek hosts fund-raiser to benefit children's home in Sri Lanka.

Fun Raising Funds

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Getting To Know ... Mike Fisher

Profile

Getting To Know ... Mike Fisher

Classic Dance

Burke ballet company debuts new 'Snow White.'

Classic Dance

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Looking for TV's 'Bachelor'

Local actress gets a shot at love via reality television.

Looking for TV's 'Bachelor'

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Getting To Know ... Mike Fisher

Profile

Getting To Know ... Mike Fisher

Classic Dance

Burke dance company debuts new 'Snow White.'

Classic Dance

Getting To Know ... Mike Fisher

Profile

Getting To Know ... Mike Fisher

Classic Dance

Burke dance company debuts new 'Snow White.'

Classic Dance

College Notes

College Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Calendar

Calendar

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

New Season, New Look

West Springfield native ready for new year with D.C. United.

New Season, New Look

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

'Pip' of a Show

'Pippin' debuts this weekend at the Vienna Community Center.

'Pip' of a Show

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

McLean High School Park For Sale?

Despite rumors, the park’s future is still not determined.

McLean High School Park For Sale?

'Pip' of a Show

'Pippin' debuts this weekend at the Vienna Community Center.

'Pip' of a Show

Maasai Tribesmen Build Mud Hut

Maasai Tribesmen Build Mud Hut

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Starting Too Soon?

FCSB is hiring a consultant to study possible changes to bus schedules.

Starting Too Soon?

Schools Roundup 4-20-05

Cabin John Chorus, Wootton's 'Seussical,' High School Post-Prom Parties

Schools Roundup 4-20-05

Kaine Explains Homeowner Tax Relief Plan

Local assesment escalations quadruple those in southwestern Virginia

Kaine Explains Homeowner Tax Relief Plan

Tea Time for Breast Cancer

Organization’s fundraiser on May 1 to benefit gift basket outreach program for breast cancer patients.

Tea Time for Breast Cancer

Tax Time Ticks Past

Procrastination, dread keep people from early filing.

Tax Time Ticks Past

Mozart Trip Still Planned

Yearly trip to Austria is continued in Rowe’s memory.

Mozart Trip Still Planned

Deputy's Sacrifice Recalled

100 years later, George Malcom is honored.

Deputy's Sacrifice Recalled

Countdown to Construction

Groundbreaking to take place within the next few weeks.

Countdown to Construction

Delegate Candidates Release Fund-Raising Totals

$57,000 donation puts Mandala at head of the pack.

Delegate Candidates Release Fund-Raising Totals

Beyond the Call of Duty

Valor Awards Honor Courage

Beyond the Call of Duty

Gap Widens Over Jones Point Plans

Facilitator fails at consensus for second Work Group meeting

Gap Widens Over Jones Point Plans

Dr. George Speck's Life and Lives

Senior Services honors an Alexandria Institution

Dr. George Speck's Life and Lives

Improving Life After School, Off Streets

Alexandria's Boys and Girls Club hopes to expand facilities.

Improving Life After School, Off Streets

Waiting Game

Advocates of curtailing city spending test their patience at public hearing.

Waiting Game

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Business Notes

Business Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Chantilly Academy Students Win Gold Medals at States

Chantilly Academy Students Win Gold Medals at States

Quest to Save the Bluebells

Tri-County Parkway through Bull Run Park would destroy them.

Quest to Save the Bluebells

Huge Church Questioned

Korean church plans still rattle residents.

Huge Church Questioned

Starting Too Soon?

FCSB is hiring a consultant to study possible changes to bus schedules.

Starting Too Soon?

Camps

Camps

Roundups

Roundups

Community Notes

Community Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Family, Friends Mourn Young Man's Death

Family, Friends Mourn Young Man's Death

Talking to the Animals

Centreville psychic medium Barb Mallon connects spiritually to animal world.

Talking to the Animals

Businesses Partner in Blood Drive

Businesses Partner in Blood Drive

Establishing Alliance Downtown

Group created to unify downtown business and land owners.

Establishing Alliance Downtown

Tax Time Ticks Past

Procrastination, dread keep people from early filing.

Tax Time Ticks Past

News Briefs

News Briefs

Camps & Schools Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

EYA Plans Residential Community in Fair Oaks

EYA Plans Residential Community in Fair Oaks

Maasai Tribesmen Build Mud Hut

Maasai Tribesmen Build Mud Hut

Businesses Partner in Blood Drive

Businesses Partner in Blood Drive

People

People

News Briefs

News Briefs

Mozart Trip Still Planned

Yearly trip to Austria is continued in Rowe’s memory.

Mozart Trip Still Planned

Fathers, Daughters Dance the Night Away

Fathers, Daughters Dance the Night Away

HHS Robotics Team Competes

HHS Robotics Team Competes

Greener Pastures for Soccer Teams

New sports complex at Capital One complex to serve McLean and Vienna Youth Soccer groups and Travel Baseball league.

Greener Pastures for Soccer Teams

Congress To Block Fairlee?

U.S. Rep. Tom Davis weighs in on development near Vienna Metro.

Congress To Block Fairlee?

Tuesday, April 19

Fire Destroys Home

Fire Destroys Home

Werkheiser Vies for 42nd Seat

Democrat Greg Werkheiser is challenging the incumbent, Republican David Albo.

Werkheiser Vies for 42nd Seat

Students Learn Consequences

Students visited the Juvenile Detention Center.

Students Learn Consequences

Military Notes

Military Notes

Living with Arthritis

Robinson seventh grader Emily Smith is a national honoree for the upcoming Arthritis Walk.

Living with Arthritis

A Founder’s Day Celebration

A Founder’s Day Celebration

Braddock's Budget Boss

Sharon Bulova chairs the Board of Supervisors' Budget Committee.

Braddock's Budget Boss

Gardening Notes

Gardening Notes

Albo Seeks Seventh Term

Del. David Albo (R-42) seeks re-election to the House of Delegates.

Albo Seeks Seventh Term

Real Estate

Real Estate

Fire Destroys Townhouse

Fire Destroys Townhouse

Senior Living

Senior Living

Arlington this Week

Arlington this Week

A 50 Year ‘Pilgrim’age

Little River United Church of Christ celebrates 50th anniversary.

A 50 Year ‘Pilgrim’age

Braddock's Budget Boss

Sharon Bulova chairs the Board of Supervisors' Budget Committee.

Braddock's Budget Boss

Werkheiser Vies for 42nd Seat

Democrat Greg Werkheiser is challenging the incumbent, Republican David Albo.

Werkheiser Vies for 42nd Seat

Night Life

Night Life

People

People

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Business

Business

Health

Health

A-3 Is Back

Judge rules that western Loudoun zoning reverts to one house per three acres.

A-3 Is Back

Werkheiser Vies for 42nd Seat

Democrat Greg Werkheiser is challenging the incumbent, Republican David Albo.

Werkheiser Vies for 42nd Seat

Fine Arts Scene

Fine Arts Scene

Board Votes to Eliminate Assessment Cap

The RA Board removed the 21-year-old assessment cap from the working draft of the governing documents.

Board Votes to Eliminate Assessment Cap

Health

Health

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Council Waits on White Oak Tower

Decision on Vienna’s tallest building delayed until late May.

Council Waits on White Oak Tower

Raising Funds by Attacking 'Radical Homosexuals'

A recent letter from Supervisor Eugene Delgaudio's conservative Public Advocate of the United States is another step in his attacks on gay rights.

Raising Funds by Attacking 'Radical Homosexuals'

Suspects Wanted

Suspects Wanted

Arbor Day Celebration

Arbor Day Celebration

Maude Expands Just In Time

Maude Expands Just In Time

Town Center for Ashburn?

Town Center for Ashburn?

Blackwell Replaces Beyer

Bushée elected vice president and Smyers elected secretary last week.

Blackwell Replaces Beyer

Braddock's Budget Boss

Sharon Bulova chairs the Board of Supervisors' Budget Committee.

Braddock's Budget Boss

Man Convicted of Abuse

Man Convicted of Abuse

Man Arrested for Killing Ex-Girlfriend

Police say crime occurred in Stafford County.

Man Arrested for Killing Ex-Girlfriend

Reston Teens Charged with Rape

Reston Teens Charged with Rape

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Championing Victim's Rights

"Justice isn't served until crime victims are."

Championing Victim's Rights

Faith

Faith

Richardson, Scott to Wed

Engagements

Richardson, Scott to Wed

Volunteers

Volunteers

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

Faith

Faith

Faith

Faith

Landowners Had Chance

At last week’s hearing, judge allows landowners in on Supreme Court lawsuit, but Tuesday order negates landowners’ gain.

Landowners Had Chance

Fairgrowthapalooza

Hundreds attend meeting to discuss issues of growth and development in Fairfax County.

Fairgrowthapalooza

Procrastinator's Delight

Citizens drop off last-minute tax returns at Merrifield Post Office.

Procrastinator's Delight

Gardening Notes

Gardening Notes

Albo Seeks Seventh Term

Del. David Albo (R-42) seeks re-election to the House of Delegates.

Albo Seeks Seventh Term

New Community Inspectors Successful

New Community Inspectors Successful

Maverick? Spoiler? Who Is Russ Potts?

Maverick? Spoiler? Who Is Russ Potts?

Great Falls this Week

Great Falls this Week

Faith

Faith

50 Years of Unity

Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Fairfax celebrates golden year.

50 Years of Unity

Living with Arthritis

Robinson seventh grader Emily Smith is a national honoree for the upcoming Arthritis Walk.

Living with Arthritis

Safer Crossing for Students

Potomac Falls High School students have a safer crossing.

Safer Crossing for Students

Subdivision Possible in Steamboat Landing

A developer has bought 6 acres of land in Burke Centre but isn't sure what to do with them.

Subdivision Possible in Steamboat Landing

Protecting the Earth

Protecting the Earth

Marriott Proposal Heads to County Planners

Changes to the Comprehensive Plan would allow hotel chain to build in Springfield.

Marriott Proposal Heads to County Planners

Community

Community

Subdivision Possible in Steamboat Landing

A developer has bought 6 acres of land in Burke Centre but isn't sure what to do with them.

Subdivision Possible in Steamboat Landing

Preferred Route Named

Dominion keeps promise to leave W&OD Trail off the table in its application to the State Corporation Commission.

Preferred Route Named

Key Hears Witnesses to History

Pearl Harbor survivors share their stories via video teleconferencing to seventh grade students.

Key Hears Witnesses to History

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Public Comment on Proposed Budget

Town Council opens forum for public comments and suggestions on proposed FY 2006 budget.

Public Comment on Proposed Budget

Showing Off

Loudoun Art Council's second Designer Showhouse features the work of 19 designers.

Showing Off

Arts Scholarships Available

Arts Scholarships Available

School Consolidation Shelved

Elementary schools to remain in renovation queue.

School Consolidation Shelved

Volunteering

Volunteering

Bulova Runs for House

David Bulova vies for Democratic nod to fill Del. Chap Petersen’s seat.

Bulova Runs for House

Military Notes

Military Notes

Volunteers

Volunteers

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Fine Arts Scene

Fine Arts Scene

Week in McLean

Week in McLean

Albo Seeks Seventh Term

Del. David Albo (R-42) seeks re-election to the House of Delegates.

Albo Seeks Seventh Term

Tighter Grip on Yard Sale

The community yard sale has been moved to the Sterling Community Center.

Tighter Grip on Yard Sale

Fairgrowthapalooza

Hundreds attend meeting to discuss issues of growth and development in Fairfax County.

Fairgrowthapalooza

Monday, April 18

From Brain Tumor Tragedies, Hope Emerges

Potomac is at center of Washington’s brain tumor research fund-raising community.

From Brain Tumor Tragedies, Hope Emerges

Drinking, Driving Ends in Crash

Police charge high school student.

Drinking, Driving Ends in Crash

Body in River Identified

Potomac doctor last seen March 28.

Body in River Identified

State Reps Discuss Legislative Session

State Reps Discuss Legislative Session

All Fired Up

All Fired Up

Families Emerge from Tragedies to Race for Hope

Washington, DC race aims to raise $1 million.

Families Emerge from Tragedies to Race for Hope

Slots Take Back Seat to New Bills

Representatives describe acrimonious, productive legislative session.

Slots Take Back Seat to New Bills

Toiling over Toll Lanes

Residents express doubts about proposed $4 billion project.

Toiling over Toll Lanes

Put It in Writing

Schiavo case underscores need for documenting health-care decisions.

Put It in Writing

Langley Flies Higher in Rivalry

Langley Flies Higher in Rivalry

Thursday, April 14

Charges Dropped in Shooting of Boy, 7

Charges Dropped in Shooting of Boy, 7

School Notes

School Notes

Alliance Theatre Holds Auditions for 'Honk'

Alliance Theatre Holds Auditions for 'Honk'

Leadership Conference For Middle School Boys

Leadership Conference For Middle School Boys

People Notes

People Notes

Westfield DECA on Top

Students to attend international conference in Anaheim.

Westfield DECA on Top

Two Fires In One Week

Sunday Afternoon Blaze Causes $600,000 Damage To Chantilly House.

Two Fires In One Week

"CSI: CVHS"

Students conduct DNA fingerprinting lab with Biotech-in-a-Box.

"CSI: CVHS"

Sully Station II Wins Award

2004 Humanitarian of the Year

Sully Station II Wins Award

Peterson Performs at The Kennedy Center

Peterson Performs at The Kennedy Center

Working To Solve Environmental Threat

Actions speak louder than pleas in solving community problem.

Working To Solve Environmental Threat

Walk for Shea Megale is April 24

Walk for Shea Megale is April 24

Tutors Help Students Prepare for AP

Tutors Help Students Prepare for AP

Sully Station II Wins Award

2004 Humanitarian of the Year

Sully Station II Wins Award

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Roundups

Roundups

Tutors Help Students Prepare for AP

Tutors Help Students Prepare for AP

"CSI: CVHS"

Students conduct DNA fingerprinting lab with Biotech-in-a-Box.

"CSI: CVHS"

Looking for Money

City looks for new revenue to offset reliance on property owners

Looking for Money

Calendar

Calendar

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

'Kilroy Was Here!' at Liberty

Patriotic, 1940s musical to be staged April 21-23.

'Kilroy Was Here!' at Liberty

Centreville Fire Displaces Eight

Centreville apartment fire displaces eight residents.

Centreville Fire Displaces Eight

3 Percent Plea

Associations ask City Council to cap tax increase

3 Percent Plea

Goodwin House

Goodwin House

Leadership Conference For Middle School Boys

Leadership Conference For Middle School Boys

Woman Charged with Distributing Cocaine

Woman Charged with Distributing Cocaine

Rosemont

Rosemont

New Children's Museum Explored

New Children's Museum Explored

Police Beat

Robbery at Hotel

Police Beat

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Wednesday, April 13

Weatherization Assists Affordability

Weatherization Assists Affordability

Trial Set

Trial Set

Fitch Touts Bobsled Attitude

Fitch Touts Bobsled Attitude

Upper King Street To Gain 65 Residential Units

Upper King Street To Gain 65 Residential Units

Del Ray

Del Ray

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Centennial + 5

Annandale woman marks 105th birthday.

Centennial + 5

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Seminary Valley

Seminary Valley

Play Ball

Central Springfield Little League opens 2005 season.

Play Ball

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Event

Calendar of Event

Greenspring Trail Bridge Dedicated

Greenspring Trail Bridge Dedicated

Getting To Know ... Karen Hammond

Profile

Getting To Know ... Karen Hammond

Running for Victims' Rights

Annual event raises funds for GMU Rape Aggression Defense program.

Running for Victims' Rights

ESL Staff Cuts Not a Crisis

District staff says staff cuts reflect decline in students.

ESL Staff Cuts Not a Crisis

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Post Office To Honor Stubenhofer

Soldier killed in Iraq honored by his former school and post office.

Post Office To Honor Stubenhofer

Schools

Schools

Blogging Enters Arlington Politics

Blog sites, some homegrown, discuss everything from the governor’s race to the widening of Route 66.

Blogging Enters Arlington Politics

Camps & Schools Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Worker Killed on Interchange Project

Worker Killed on Interchange Project

HOA to Provide Teen Center

The Sugarland Run Homeowners Association has offered up its community center to be used as a teen center.

HOA to Provide Teen Center

Centennial + 5

Annandale woman marks 105th birthday.

Centennial + 5

Worker Killed on Interchange Project

Worker Killed on Interchange Project

News Briefs

News Briefs

News Briefs

News Briefs

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Health

Health

News Briefs

News Briefs

Is Development Threatening Arlington’s Trees?

Arlington’s two urban foresters are spread too thin to protect the county’s trees according to an environmentalist.

Is Development Threatening Arlington’s Trees?

News Briefs

News Briefs

Play Ball

Fairfax Little League opens 2005 season with parade.

Play Ball

Finding Solutions to Local Problems

Students learn about local environmental problems including coal-burning plant emissions.

Finding Solutions to Local Problems

Health

Health

Arlington Arts Center Shows Off New Look

Artists-in-residence and a new exhibit of Latin American artists create a lively show.

Arlington Arts Center Shows Off New Look

Camps & Schools Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith

Faith

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Getting To Know ... Karen Hammond

Profile

Getting To Know ... Karen Hammond

News Briefs

News Briefs

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Man, Woman of the Year

Man, Woman of the Year

College Notes

College Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Faith

Faith

Worker Killed on Interchange Project

Worker Killed on Interchange Project

Kilgore Launches Campaign with Dueling Tax Cut Plan

Kilgore Launches Campaign with Dueling Tax Cut Plan

People

People

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

Sandburg Scientist Compete at Olympiad

Sandburg Scientist Compete at Olympiad

Career Day at Woodley Hills Causes Stir

Helicopter from Fort Belvoir lands in school field for Career Day

Career Day at Woodley Hills Causes Stir

New Greenspring Trail Bridge Dedicated

New Greenspring Trail Bridge Dedicated

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Business

Business

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Church Youth Present Musical

A musical “Surrender” will be presented this weekend in Sterling.

Church Youth Present Musical

Democratic Candidates for 45th Face Off

Six candidates offer slightly different views on similar themes

Democratic Candidates for 45th Face Off

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Racing for Victims' Rights

Annual event raises funds for GMU Rape Aggression Defense program.

Racing for Victims' Rights

Community

Community

Centennial + 5

Annandale woman marks 105th birthday.

Centennial + 5

College Notes

College Notes

More Changes Coming to Route One

Three major proposals outlined at last week's SFDC meeting.

More Changes Coming to Route One

Racing for Victims' Rights

Annual event raises funds for GMU Rape Aggression Defense program.

Racing for Victims' Rights

Tuesday, April 12

Robinson Running for 35th Delegate Seat

Political newcomer seeks Republican nomination.

Robinson Running for 35th Delegate Seat

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Local Health Briefs

Local Health Briefs

Health

Health

Health Notes

Health Notes

GMU, Inova Health System Form Partnership

Transitional Centers created with hope to tailor research, personalize medicine at bedside.

GMU, Inova Health System Form Partnership

Real Estate Market in Full Bloom

Inventory slowly increasing as prices continue to rise.

Real Estate Market in Full Bloom

Real Estate

Real Estate

Gardening

Gardening

Real Estate

Real Estate

Censoring School Plays

A School Board committee is trying to craft a policy on school productions.

Censoring School Plays

Gardening

Gardening

Real Estate

Real Estate

Real Estate

Real Estate

Gardening

Gardening

Classes

Classes

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Nightlife

Nightlife

Senior Living

Senior Living

Calendar

Calendar

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Calendar

Calendar

Fine Arts

Fine Arts

Fine Arts

Fine Arts

"Cinderella” Takes the Stage in McLean

This musical version first produced in 1957 will run the next two weekends at McLean Community Center

"Cinderella” Takes the Stage in McLean

Calendar

Calendar

Laurel Hill Forms Association

Residents of the Laurel Hill community in Lorton have formed a Civic Association until the community is fully developed.

Laurel Hill Forms Association

Obituary

Memorial Service Planned for Theda Henle

Obituary

Community Notes

Community Notes

Military Notes

Military Notes

Subdivision Possible in Steamboat Landing

A developer has bought 6 acres of land in Burke Centre but isn't sure what to do with them.

Subdivision Possible in Steamboat Landing

Arlington this Week

Arlington this Week

No More Mixing Bowl?

Two more major bridges will open by year's end as part of the Springfield Interchange Project.

No More Mixing Bowl?

Business Notes

Business Notes

Volunteers

Volunteers

Laurel Hill Forms Association

Residents of the Laurel Hill community in Lorton have formed a Civic Association until the community is fully developed.

Laurel Hill Forms Association

No More Mixing Bowl?

Two more major bridges will open by year's end as part of the Springfield Interchange Project.

No More Mixing Bowl?

Council Splits Property Tax Rate

Personal property tax increased.

Council Splits Property Tax Rate

Woman Charged with Sex Crime

Substitute teacher, 24, turns self in to county police.

Woman Charged with Sex Crime

Subdivision Possible in Steamboat Landing

A developer has bought 6 acres of land in Burke Centre but isn't sure what to do with them.

Subdivision Possible in Steamboat Landing

Spotlight on Arts Opens Friday

City kicks off annual arts celebration

Spotlight on Arts Opens Friday

Great Falls this Week

Great Falls this Week

Combating Development

Special study in Hunter Mill and Dranesville Districts causes concern about density.

Combating Development

Colvin Mill Business Gathering Steam

Businesses band together to drawn residents to the area.

Colvin Mill Business Gathering Steam

Keeping Kids Off the Streets

Longfellow Middle School began a pilot after-school program in February.

Keeping Kids Off the Streets

Japanese Immersion Program Under Review

Floris Elementary School parents worried immersion program could be discontinued.

Japanese Immersion Program Under Review

Watershed Forum This Saturday

Meeting to discuss quality of water and conservation efforts to be held at Longfellow Middle School.

Watershed Forum This Saturday

HHS After Party Preparations

HHS After Party Preparations

Proposed FY 2006 Budget Highlights

Proposed FY 2006 Budget Highlights

Clowns Come to McNair

Clowns Come to McNair

Oprison: Cut Taxes

Chris Oprison, candidate for the 33rd district, is running on an anti-tax platform.

Oprison: Cut Taxes

Council for the Arts Celebrates 20 Years

This year’s Annual Taste of the Town is also a celebration for Council of the Arts' 20th anniversary.

Council for the Arts Celebrates 20 Years

APR Public Hearing Next Week

Residents have a chance to voice concerns on changes to the master plan on April 20.

APR Public Hearing Next Week

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Watershed Forum This Saturday

Meeting to discuss quality of water and conservation efforts to be held at Longfellow Middle School

Watershed Forum This Saturday

Keeping Kids Off the Streets

Longfellow Middle School began a pilot after-school program in February

Keeping Kids Off the Streets

Route 50 Task Force: Onward

Group has faced criticism but will present recommendations to county next month.

Route 50 Task Force: Onward

APR Public Hearing Next Week

Residents have a chance to voice concerns on changes to the master plan on April 20.

APR Public Hearing Next Week

Dr. Jane Goodall Visits Langley School

Students hold the key to saving animals and the environment

Dr. Jane Goodall Visits Langley School

School Budget Finalized

After supervisors order $7 million cut, School Board members fight to lower class size, save junior varsity lacrosse.

School Budget Finalized

New Shopping Center Under Construction

Sterling Plaza II will be located behind Sterling Plaza on Enterprise Street.

New Shopping Center Under Construction

Parkway Near South Riding?

VDOT to hold public hearing on proposed highway.

Parkway Near South Riding?

Loudoun's New Brand

Residents get to weigh in on county's new tag line.

Loudoun's New Brand

Improving Trail Crossing

Construction has begun at the W&OD Trail crossing on Church Road in Old Sterling.

Improving Trail Crossing

This Week in McLean

This Week in McLean

Broad Run Is Rededicated

School celebrates completion of $17 million improvements including new gym.

Broad Run Is Rededicated

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

Dogwood Principal Charged

Parents and school officials are surprised about the charges against Harvey.

Dogwood Principal Charged

Superintendent Dale Visits Terreset Elementary

Superintendent Dale Visits Terreset Elementary

Keefe Elected RA Director At-Large

William J. Keefe was elected to the Reston Association’s Board of Directors and Barbara Allen and Tim McMahon, who both ran unopposed, were re-elected.

Keefe Elected RA Director At-Large

No More Mixing Bowl?

Two more major bridges will open by year's end as part of the Springfield Interchange Project.

No More Mixing Bowl?

Laurel Hill Forms Association

Residents of the Laurel Hill community in Lorton have formed a Civic Association until the community is fully developed.

Laurel Hill Forms Association

A Fire Breaks Out in Plaza America Tower

A Plaza America tower was evacuated due to a fire in a mechanical room.

A Fire Breaks Out in Plaza America Tower

Dam Breaks, Pond Empties

The concrete dam that created a pond behind Carter Lake Apartment Community washed out and caused the pond to drain.

Dam Breaks, Pond Empties

History in Wax

Newington Forest students deliver speeches as historical characters.

History in Wax

SL Students Take on the New SAT

The first batch of students from South Lakes are trying to tackle the new SAT.

SL Students Take on the New SAT

No Belly Itchers Here

No Belly Itchers Here

A Fire Breaks Out in Plaza America Tower

A Plaza America tower was evacuated due to a fire in a mechanical room.

A Fire Breaks Out in Plaza America Tower

Land Use Changes Head to Planning Commission

Providence District nominations set for April 21.

Land Use Changes Head to Planning Commission

If He Had a Hammer

Vienna resident Justin Stalcup opens hardware store.

If He Had a Hammer

Town Budget Proposes No* Tax Increase

* Average bill would go up by just under 1 percent.

Town Budget Proposes No* Tax Increase

Monday, April 11

Residents Lobby for Missing Sidewalk

Deal reportedly close on Chevy Chase Bank right-of-way.

Residents Lobby for Missing Sidewalk

'Master of the House'

Churchill grad, professor, Jonathan Holloway becomes college chief at Yale.

'Master of the House'

River Center's Success Is a Lock

Historic lockhouse will open as an educational river center weekends starting May 14.

River Center's Success Is a Lock

Siegelbaum Retires at Beverly Farms

Beverly Farms, Wayside begin interviewing principal candidates.

Siegelbaum Retires at Beverly Farms

This Week in Potomac and Civic Calendar 4-13-05

This Week in Potomac and Civic Calendar 4-13-05

The Dirt on Sediment Controls

Brown runoff at Potomac sites signals countywide problem.

The Dirt on Sediment Controls

Preschool Picassos

Preschool Picassos

Rescuing an Upside-Down Horse

Rescuing an Upside-Down Horse

Thursday, April 7

Budget Packs Chamber

Public hearing marathon debates how much is needed.

Budget Packs Chamber

Alexandria Country Day Hosts Exchange Students from Mexico

Students enjoy trips, tours and presentations

Alexandria Country Day Hosts Exchange Students from Mexico

Youngsters, Teens, Adults Shine in Concert

Washington Metropolitan Philharmonic Continues to Shine

Youngsters, Teens, Adults Shine in Concert

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Rising Hope Ministries Flooded Out

Rising Hope Ministries Flooded Out

Route 1: Commercial vs. Residential

Hyland and Kauffman give their appraisal of "The Highway."

Route 1: Commercial vs. Residential

Calendar

Calendar

Agency at Crossroads

Southeast Fairfax Development Corporation recruiting new executive director, awaiting budget approval

Agency at Crossroads

UCM and Women's Center Partner

Local classes will serve Southeastern Fairfax County

UCM and Women's Center Partner

Learning to Understand Autism

Washington Mill students and teachers participate in activities that demonstrate autism’s limitations

Learning to Understand Autism

Alexandria Country Day Hosts Exchange Students from Mexico

Students enjoy trips, tours and presentations

Alexandria Country Day Hosts Exchange Students from Mexico

Obituaries

Obituaries

Diversity Forum Delivers

Restaurants Provide an Array of Foods

Diversity Forum Delivers

Youngsters, Teens, Adults Shine in Concert

Washington Metropolitan Philharmonic Continues to Shine

Youngsters, Teens, Adults Shine in Concert

Childrens' Theater Rehearses New Show

'Once Upon a Mattress' Opens April 15

Childrens' Theater Rehearses New Show

King Street Strategy, Outdoor Dining Deferred

Unawareness of year-long study frustrates Planning Commission.

King Street Strategy, Outdoor Dining Deferred

Local 'Idol' Could Go Nationwide

A face everybody can love.

Local 'Idol' Could Go Nationwide

Youngsters, Teens, Adults Shine in Concert

Washington Metropolitan Philharmonic Continues to Shine

Youngsters, Teens, Adults Shine in Concert

Wednesday, April 6

The Singing Rabbi

Arnold Fink, 69, leaves lasting legacy in Alexandria's Jewish community.

The Singing Rabbi

Risk Factors That Trigger Gang Involvement

Risk Factors That Trigger Gang Involvement

Starting Over

Drug Court helps addicts clean up and regain custody of their estranged children.

Starting Over

News Briefs

Letter to the Editor

News Briefs

It's Official: Haven Open

Youth Safe Haven kickoff brings community, county and state officials' support.

It's Official: Haven Open

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Accident Waiting to Happen

In some cases, developers have been limiting access of fire and rescue vehicles.

Accident Waiting to Happen

Blocking Grants

Bush's proposal to eliminate grants could impact city.

Blocking Grants

Hall to Appear

Hall to Appear

Volunteering

Volunteering

At West Potomanc: A Day in the Life of a Props Head

At West Potomanc: A Day in the Life of a Props Head

Remembering Pope John Paul II

Several Masses were offered for Pope John Paul II at St. Thomas Moore Cathedral in Arlington.

Remembering Pope John Paul II

TC Students Find Lady Luck

TC Students Find Lady Luck

Students to Watch at CVHS

Students to Watch at CVHS

Roundups

Roundups

CVHS Students Build a Tsunami Memorial

CVHS Students Build a Tsunami Memorial

Mixed-Use Project Planned

10-story condo, parking garage and office to go in Fair Lakes.

Mixed-Use Project Planned

A Sad Farewell to Nicole

Centreville High student dies at age 16.

A Sad Farewell to Nicole

Tri-County Parkway Location Study Reappears

Tri-County Parkway Location Study Reappears

Family, friends mourn Nicole McCarty's death.

Family, friends mourn Nicole McCarty's death.

Jewish Community

Jewish Community

Boy, 14, Is Charged with Stealing Guns

Boy, 14, Is Charged with Stealing Guns

Child Pornography Charges

Child Pornography Charges

Students to Watch at CVHS

Students to Watch at CVHS

Committee Challenges Homeowners Grants

A county-appointed review committee says the grant proposal aimed at reducing housing costs needs an overhaul.

Committee Challenges Homeowners Grants

Contemporary Twist to Russian Folk Tale

The spring concert of the Center Dance Company featured three pieces including “The Firebird, “Pas De Quatre and “An Eternal Golden Braid.”

Contemporary Twist to Russian Folk Tale

Arlington Remembers Pope John Paul

Several Masses were offered for Pope John Paul II at St. Thomas Moore Cathedral and other parishes in Arlington as people remembered his legacy.

Arlington Remembers Pope John Paul

Help Needed in Fighting Gangs

Law enforcement authorities are seeking assistance to push gangs out of the area.

Help Needed in Fighting Gangs

People

People

Community

Community

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Business

Business

Westfield Debate Wins Sweepstakes

Student Nataliya Plotnitskaya qualifies for nationals.

Westfield Debate Wins Sweepstakes

What is a Public Benefit?

Arlington government officials describe new state law as another unfunded mandate and one that discriminates against immigrants.

What is a Public Benefit?

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

Assistance League Gains New Home

Assistance League Gains New Home

45th Candidates Debate Gay Marriage

Five Democratic candidates for the 45th District speak at a forum hosted by the Virginia Parisans Gay and Lesbian Democratic Club.

45th Candidates Debate Gay Marriage

News Briefs

News Briefs

Remembering Pope John Paul II

Remembering Pope John Paul II

TJ Students Play It Cool in 'West Side Story'

TJ Students Play It Cool in 'West Side Story'

Students Prepare One Act Play Festival

Students Prepare One Act Play Festival

'Cinderella' at McLean School

'Cinderella' at McLean School

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Edison Offers Journey with 'Pippin'

Edison Offers Journey with 'Pippin'

West Potomac Tunes Up for 'Fiddler'

West Potomac Tunes Up for 'Fiddler'

Students Choreograph Westfield's 'Fiddler'

Students Choreograph Westfield's 'Fiddler'

Seniors Take Charge

A large senior class drives Broad Run's "Forum."

Seniors Take Charge

Going 'Up the Down Staircase'

Going 'Up the Down Staircase'

Director's Concept

Director's Concept

Local Heroes Honored

Local Heroes Honored

Performing Extends to Summer

Westfield Theatre Boosters host Young Actors' Workshop and Summer Stage.

Performing Extends to Summer

Perfecting Two Plays

Herndon drama students prepare for drama and musical performances a month apart.

Perfecting Two Plays

Suspect in 7-Eleven Murder Case To Be Evaluated

Psychiatric evaluation ordered for accused 14 year old.

Suspect in 7-Eleven Murder Case To Be Evaluated

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Meet Zoe Dillard, New Theatre Teacher

Meet Zoe Dillard, New Theatre Teacher

TJ Students Play It Cool in 'West Side Story'

TJ Students Play It Cool in 'West Side Story'

Kaine Kicks-Off Campaign with Tax Relief Pledge

Kaine Kicks-Off Campaign with Tax Relief Pledge

'Helen of Westfield:' Leading by Example

'Helen of Westfield:' Leading by Example

'Les Miserables' at Herndon

'Les Miserables' at Herndon

'Merry Wives' Wins at Folger Competition

'Merry Wives' Wins at Folger Competition

TC Students Find Lady Luck

TC Students Find Lady Luck

College Notes

College Notes

Getting To Know ... Cathy Hudgins

Profile

Getting To Know ... Cathy Hudgins

On the Road

Troupe takes "Romeo and Juliet/Slashed" to the Folger Shakespeare Festival.

On the Road

Students Prepare One Act Play Festival

Students Prepare One Act Play Festival

TJ Students Play It Cool in 'West Side Story'

TJ Students Play It Cool in 'West Side Story'

Back from Sri Lanka

Team from Christian Fellowship Church in Ashburn built field hospital, homes.

Back from Sri Lanka

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Getting To Know ... Cathy Hudgins

Profile

Getting To Know ... Cathy Hudgins

Strapping Young Lad at Jaxx

Canadian quartet vents anger in Springfield.

Strapping Young Lad at Jaxx

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

College Notes

College Notes

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Camps & Schools Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Camps & Schools Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Ashburn Teacher Honored

Matthew Quinn was named the state’s Visiting International Faculty Cultural Educator of the Year.

Ashburn Teacher Honored

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Schools

Schools

School Program Combats Obesity

Physical education teachers have many methods to shrink students' waistlines.

School Program Combats Obesity

Real Estate

Real Estate

Arrest Made in Murder Case

Arrest Made in Murder Case

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health

Health

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Health

Health

Advancing Alzheimer's Research

Web site aims at increased communication, not competition.

Advancing Alzheimer's Research

Camps & Schools Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

National Public Health Week

Health Briefs for the area

National Public Health Week

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith

Faith

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Checklist for Parents

Checklist for Parents

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

EYA Plans Residential Community in Fair Oaks

EYA Plans Residential Community in Fair Oaks

Roundups

Roundups

News Briefs

News Briefs

Court Case Continued

Court Case Continued

CVHS Students Build a Tsunami Memorial

CVHS Students Build a Tsunami Memorial

Pope’s Death Mourned in McLean

Local churches fill after death of Pope John Paul II.

Pope’s Death Mourned in McLean

Mixed-Use Project Planned

10-story condo, parking garage and office to go in Fair Lakes.

Mixed-Use Project Planned

A Sad Farewell to Nicole

Centreville High student dies at age 16.

A Sad Farewell to Nicole

News Briefs

News Briefs

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Tri-County Parkway Location Study Reappears

Tri-County Parkway Location Study Reappears

Catholics React to Pope’s Death

Catholics React to Pope’s Death

Family, friends mourn Nicole McCarty's death.

Family, friends mourn Nicole McCarty's death.

Spring Cleaning

Spring Cleaning

Boy, 14, Is Charged with Stealing Guns

Boy, 14, Is Charged with Stealing Guns

Time Served, Treatment, for Electronic Solicitation

Time Served, Treatment, for Electronic Solicitation

Camps & Schools Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Getting To Know ... Anita Moore

Profile

Getting To Know ... Anita Moore

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Child Pornography Charges

Child Pornography Charges

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Tuesday, April 5

For The Dogs

A move is afoot to establish the county's first dog park in Ashburn.

For The Dogs

Calendar

Calendar

Preliminary Hearing in Child Pornography Case

McLean man was originally arrested on charges of carnal knowledge of an underage girl.

Preliminary Hearing in Child Pornography Case

60s Pop Artist Peter Max Comes to Tysons

Exhibit at Wentworth Gallery opened last weekend.

60s Pop Artist Peter Max Comes to Tysons

Slow Going

The RA board had another meeting to revise the governing documents.

Slow Going

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Catholics Respond to Pope's Passing

Area schools and churches, as well as those who met the pope, remember John Paul II, who died on April 2.

Catholics Respond to Pope's Passing

Military

Military

Police Seek Help in Search

Police Seek Help in Search

Cleaning Up Saucy Branch

Protecting McLean High School Park, an undercurrent of watershed clean-up efforts.

Cleaning Up Saucy Branch

New Look Safeway Opens

Refurbished grocery store cuts ribbon at Pan Am Shopping Center.

New Look Safeway Opens

Calendar

Calendar

Insurance Man Bites Dog

Insurance companies are cracking down on owners of dogs deemed 'dangerous.'

Insurance Man Bites Dog

Karatz Ready To Move On

After 19 years, Jeffrey Karatz retires as executive director of the Jewish Community Center of Northern Virginia.

Karatz Ready To Move On

Great Falls this Week

Great Falls this Week

Local Area Network

Local Area Network

Insurance Man Bites Dog

Insurance companies are cracking down on owners of dogs deemed 'dangerous.'

Insurance Man Bites Dog

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Wiping Out Whining

Parenting expert Carolyn Crowder to speak at Suburban Hospital.

Wiping Out Whining

Theater of the Weird

Lake Braddock Middle School theater students participate in Arena Stage's Student Playwrights Project.

Theater of the Weird

Faith

Faith

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

Looking for 'The Bachelor'

Fairfax Station's Kristine Kelly gets a shot at love via reality television.

Looking for 'The Bachelor'

Theater of the Weird

Lake Braddock Middle School theater students participate in Arena Stage's Student Playwrights Project.

Theater of the Weird

Park Lacks Enough Parking?

Oakton Community Park takes next step.

Park Lacks Enough Parking?

Arlington this Week

Arlington this Week

Calendar

Calendar

Catholics Respond to Pope's Passing

Area schools and churches, as well as those who met the pope, remember John Paul II, who died on April 2.

Catholics Respond to Pope's Passing

Chantilly: 'You Can't Take It With You'

Chantilly: 'You Can't Take It With You'

Blast From the Past

Blast From the Past

A House Finds a Home?

Group wants to place Moorefield House next to Vienna Dog Park.

A House Finds a Home?

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Flint Hill Prepares Comic 'Spofford'

Flint Hill Prepares Comic 'Spofford'

Farewell from High School, Not Theater

Sam Repshas is rehearsing for his last play at South Lakes, but is hoping to continue an acting career at college.

Farewell from High School, Not Theater

Montana Brown: Triple Threat

Madison senior sings, dances and acts.

Montana Brown: Triple Threat

Insurance Man Bites Dog

Insurance companies are cracking down on owners of dogs deemed 'dangerous.'

Insurance Man Bites Dog

Greenvest in West Virginia

Development in Charles Town has caused controversy.

Greenvest in West Virginia

'Noises Off' at Oakton

'Noises Off' at Oakton

Madison Lines Up 'West Side Story'

Madison Lines Up 'West Side Story'

'Secret Garden' Takes Root in McLean

Spring production features story as musical.

'Secret Garden' Takes Root in McLean

‘Blast’ Serves Up Food, Money, Paradise

Churchill students prepare for school’s annual music and dance revue.

‘Blast’ Serves Up Food, Money, Paradise

South Lakes Catches 'Cat on a Hot Tin Roof'

South Lakes Catches 'Cat on a Hot Tin Roof'

Teens Discuss Drug Abuse

Town meeting sponsored by Congressman Wolf is geared toward curbing underage drinking, illegal drug use.

Teens Discuss Drug Abuse

Madison Lines Up 'West Side Story'

Madison Lines Up 'West Side Story'

Overseeing Circus Empire

Kenneth and Nicole Feld say that in the circus business, no two days are the same.

Overseeing Circus Empire

South Lakes Catches 'Cat on a Hot Tin Roof'

South Lakes Catches 'Cat on a Hot Tin Roof'

TJ Plays It Cool in 'West Side Story'

TJ Plays It Cool in 'West Side Story'

This Week in Potomac and Civic Calendar 4-6-05

This Week in Potomac and Civic Calendar 4-6-05

Cleaning Up Saucy Branch

Protecting McLean High School Park, an undercurrent of watershed clean-up efforts.

Cleaning Up Saucy Branch

Teen Life: 'Go Ask Alice'

Teen Life: 'Go Ask Alice'

'Curtains Up' at Bullis

'Curtains Up' at Bullis

Wooton High Prepares 'Seussical' Musica

Wooton High Prepares 'Seussical' Musica

Dominion Delays Application

Again.

Dominion Delays Application

Catholics Respond to Pope's Passing

Area schools and churches, as well as those who met the pope, remember John Paul II, who died on April 2.

Catholics Respond to Pope's Passing

'Romeo and Juliet:' A Review

'Romeo and Juliet:' A Review

Wildlife Habitat in Backyards

Backyards in Reston are acknowledged as Backyard Wildlife Habitats.

Wildlife Habitat in Backyards

Madison Lines Up 'West Side Story'

Madison Lines Up 'West Side Story'

In the Name of Science

Robinson Secondary hosts county science fair.

In the Name of Science

'Noises Off' at Oakton

'Noises Off' at Oakton

Young Catholics React to Pope’s Death

PVI students respect man, legacy.

Young Catholics React to Pope’s Death

Tysons Task Force in Place

Group designed to gather resident’s comments.

Tysons Task Force in Place

Townhouse Plan for Seven Locks Advances

Stormwater and environmental issues surround rezoning across from the Heights School.

Townhouse Plan for Seven Locks Advances

RA Web Site Upgraded

The Reston Association added the ability to pay for services via the Web.

RA Web Site Upgraded

Faith

Faith

In the Name of Science

Robinson Secondary hosts county science fair.

In the Name of Science

Montana Brown: Triple Threat

Madison senior sings, dances and acts.

Montana Brown: Triple Threat

South Lakes Catches 'Cat on a Hot Tin Roof'

South Lakes Catches 'Cat on a Hot Tin Roof'

Board Approves $1.2 Billion Budget

Supervisors ask School Board to cut another $7 million from operating budget.

Board Approves $1.2 Billion Budget

Flint Hill Prepares Comic 'Spofford'

Flint Hill Prepares Comic 'Spofford'

Week in McLean

Week in McLean

TJ Plays It Cool in 'West Side Story'

TJ Plays It Cool in 'West Side Story'

Karatz Ready To Move On

After 19 years, Jeffrey Karatz retires as executive director of the Jewish Community Center of Northern Virginia.

Karatz Ready To Move On

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Looking for 'The Bachelor'

Fairfax Station's Kristine Kelly gets a shot at love via reality television.

Looking for 'The Bachelor'

‘A Man Who Died Courageously’

Local Catholic communities honor Pope John Paul II.

‘A Man Who Died Courageously’

Halpern Remembered at Montgomery College

Halpern Remembered at Montgomery College

Landowners Want In Lawsuit

Western Loudoun residents ask court to be named as defendants in Virginia Supreme Court ruling on growth.

Landowners Want In Lawsuit

South Lakes Catches 'Cat on a Hot Tin Roof'

South Lakes Catches 'Cat on a Hot Tin Roof'

Farewell from High School, Not Theater

Sam Repshas is rehearsing for his last play at South Lakes, but is hoping to continue an acting career at college.

Farewell from High School, Not Theater

Domestic Hedgehogs in County?

Lance Guthrie, a 12-year-old, wants to make African pygmy hedgehogs a legal pet.

Domestic Hedgehogs in County?

New Look Safeway Opens

Refurbished grocery store cuts ribbon at Pan Am Shopping Center.

New Look Safeway Opens

Robinson Wades in the Water

Junior Eric Honour has designed a 12-foot square pool of water to serve as centerpiece of the set for upcoming production.

Robinson Wades in the Water

The Cappies' Buzz

High school students throughout region entertain, amuse and provoke.

The Cappies' Buzz

For Tony and Nik

Performing arts supporting foundation to host its first annual golf tournament.

For Tony and Nik

Grasscrete Coming to Vienna

Pavers blend concrete with soil and grass fill.

Grasscrete Coming to Vienna

Draper Still an Option

Lamb Center still considering move.

Draper Still an Option

Greenvest's Loudoun Investment

Company helped finance campaigns of six Republican supervisors.

Greenvest's Loudoun Investment

Robinson Wades in the Water

Junior Eric Honour has designed a 12-foot square pool of water to serve as centerpiece of the set for upcoming production.

Robinson Wades in the Water

TJ Plays It Cool in 'West Side Story'

TJ Plays It Cool in 'West Side Story'

Business

Business

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

'Forum' at Broad Run

'Forum' at Broad Run

Karatz Ready To Move On

After 19 years, Jeffrey Karatz retires as executive director of the Jewish Community Center of Northern Virginia.

Karatz Ready To Move On

Preliminary Hearing in Child Pornography Case

McLean man was originally arrested on charges of carnal knowledge of an underage girl.

Preliminary Hearing in Child Pornography Case

Sounding Off About the Budget

MCA encourages modest spending increases.

Sounding Off About the Budget

Teen Life: 'Go Ask Alice'

Teen Life: 'Go Ask Alice'

South Lakes Catches 'Cat on a Hot Tin Roof'

South Lakes Catches 'Cat on a Hot Tin Roof'

'Noises Off' at Oakton

'Noises Off' at Oakton

More on Growth Along Route 50

Residents speak up at first public input meeting on comprehensive plan amendment that could remake the Dulles south area.

More on Growth Along Route 50

Time for Spring Greening

A break in the weather is perfect for planting and pruning.

Time for Spring Greening

Sounding Off About the Budget

MCA encourages modest spending increases.

Sounding Off About the Budget

Pope’s Death Mourned in McLean

Local churches fill after death of Pope John Paul II.

Pope’s Death Mourned in McLean

South Riding Crash

Man critically injured.

South Riding Crash

The Price of Scenic Preservation

The high cost of burying utility cables underground is prohibitive for Great Falls and McLean.

The Price of Scenic Preservation

City Considers Split Tax Rate

June billing would be higher than December.

City Considers Split Tax Rate

Steep Slopes, Woods, Protected

Open-space program acquires ‘missing piece’ of Watts Branch stream valley.

Steep Slopes, Woods, Protected

Oleszek Seeks House Seat

School Board member will try for House of Delegates.

Oleszek Seeks House Seat

It's a Wash

Storm pounds clean-up volunteers.

It's a Wash

Flint Hill Prepares Comic 'Spofford'

Flint Hill Prepares Comic 'Spofford'

Costuming ‘The Wiz’

A pair of Lee seniors design nearly 100 costumes for the 1970’s-era musical.

Costuming ‘The Wiz’

Military

Military

The Price of Scenic Preservation

The high cost of burying utility cables underground is prohibitive for Great Falls and McLean.

The Price of Scenic Preservation

Teens Discuss Drug Abuse

Town meeting sponsored by Congressman Wolf is geared toward curbing underage drinking, illegal drug use.

Teens Discuss Drug Abuse

Bank Receives Board Approval

Several steps remain before construction on Appalachian Outfitters site begins.

Bank Receives Board Approval