Stories for July 2005

Stories for July 2005

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Thursday, July 28

Steady Theft Hurts Local Stations

New Policies Hope to Curb Gasoline Drive-Offs

Steady Theft Hurts Local Stations

Wednesday, July 27

Real Estate

Real Estate

Room for 'Rachel' at Inova Fairfax Hospital

Room for 'Rachel' at Inova Fairfax Hospital

Mixed-Use Project OK'd for Fair Lakes

Mixed-Use Project OK'd for Fair Lakes

Non Meeting Yields a Lot of Information

Large turnout discusses future of Honors program at West Potomac.

Non Meeting Yields a Lot of Information

Trinity School To Expand

Enrollment to increase, but will remain under cap.

Trinity School To Expand

Gang Tagging and Vandalism Rampant in Huntington

Police step up foot patrols and community becomes more vigilant.

Gang Tagging and Vandalism Rampant in Huntington

Artistic Endeavors

Fairfax City’s Summer Recreation Program allows children to express themselves.

Artistic Endeavors

Come to Clifton Park for KidFest

Come to Clifton Park for KidFest

Court Backs City on Mirant

Nothing will pass to public view before Alexandria sees it

Court Backs City on Mirant

A Multitude of Heavenly 'Starz'

Cappies Review

A Multitude of Heavenly 'Starz'

Buddhist Monastery to Build New Temple

Buddhist Monastery to Build New Temple

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

Community

Community

Calendar

Calendar

Real Estate

Real Estate

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Alexandria "Cry Off" Successful

Alexandria "Cry Off" Successful

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Business

Business

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Getting To Know ...

Profile

Getting To Know ...

Verdict In Battle Case

Derrick Battle found guilty of causing bodily injury in Elden Street incident.

Verdict In Battle Case

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Volunteering

Volunteering

Little Known History

Little Known History

Come to Clifton Park for KidFest

Come to Clifton Park for KidFest

Getting To Know ...

Profile

Getting To Know ...

Discovering Family, History

Discovering Family, History

Getting To Know ...

Profile

Getting To Know ...

Little Known History

Little Known History

Calendar

Calendar

Summer Vacation

Summer Vacation

Fitness Together Opens

One-on-one training facility in Chantilly focuses on individual goals.

Fitness Together Opens

College Notes

College Notes

Herndon Native, Cooking Whiz

Michele Powers, dietician, chef, and cooking instructor, has 12 recipes published in the July issue of Cooking Light.

Herndon Native, Cooking Whiz

College Notes

College Notes

Holiday Coalition Searches for Space

Holiday Coalition Searches for Space

Herndon Native, Cooking Whiz

Michele Powers, dietician, chef, and cooking instructor, has 12 recipes published in the July issue of Cooking Light.

Herndon Native, Cooking Whiz

Denise Chase Retires

Poplar Tree Principal enjoying life in N.C. after long career.

Denise Chase Retires

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Education in Painting Biz

Virginia Tech undergrad earns corporate internship and paints town red.

Education in Painting Biz

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Mixed-Use Project OK'd for Fair Lakes

Mixed-Use Project OK'd for Fair Lakes

New Townhouses Near K-Mart

New Townhouses Near K-Mart

Family Fun Alert

KidFest set for July 30 in Clifton.

Family Fun Alert

People

People

Getting To Know ...

Profile

Getting To Know ...

Here To Stay

Board approves permanent permit for leaf grinder.

Here To Stay

Future Uncertain

Questions on the future of the Landmark area were left unanswered after public meeting.

Future Uncertain

From Russia, With Love

Russian children spend time with American families as part of adoption program.

From Russia, With Love

Faith

Faith

Fitness Together Opens

One-on-one training facility in Chantilly focuses on individual goals.

Fitness Together Opens

Eyes on the Prize

Historic District redevelopment subject of city meeting.

Eyes on the Prize

Denise Chase Retires

Poplar Tree Principal enjoying life in N.C. after long career.

Denise Chase Retires

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Roundups

Roundups

Suspect in Kidnapping Case Dies

Frederick Baruday, 74, died at Eastern State Hospital in Williamsburg.

Suspect in Kidnapping Case Dies

Education in Painting Biz

Virginia Tech undergrad earns corporate internship and paints town red.

Education in Painting Biz

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Trinity School To Expand

Enrollment to increase, but will remain under cap.

Trinity School To Expand

Calendar

Calendar

Cooling Down Seniors

Dominion Virginia Power, Department for the Aging provide fans to senior citizens, urge to stay cool.

Cooling Down Seniors

Health Notes

Health Notes

Gas Station Operator Could Lose Livlihood

The proposed Freedmen’s Cemetery memorial will be on the site of the Mobil station.

Gas Station Operator Could Lose Livlihood

Greener Pastures at Laurel Hill

Equestrian center planned for south county land.

Greener Pastures at Laurel Hill

HUD Investigators Tell ARHA Nothing

IG investigators have not communicated with ARHA about search .

HUD Investigators Tell ARHA Nothing

A Road For The Ages

After 30 years, Van Dorn Street extension opens.

A Road For The Ages

Facade Improvement Spruces up Richmond Highway

Local businesses take advantage of matching grant money.

Facade Improvement Spruces up Richmond Highway

Roundups

Roundups

'Honk!': Waddling to a Theater Near You

The Alliance Theatre presents takeoff of 'The Ugly Duckling' on Aug. 4.

'Honk!': Waddling to a Theater Near You

'Honk!': Waddling to a Theater Near You

The Alliance Theatre presents takeoff of 'The Ugly Duckling' on Aug. 4.

'Honk!': Waddling to a Theater Near You

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Stringfellow Road:

Some good news, some bad news

Stringfellow Road:

Bridging the Gap

New GMU program branches out to the Middle East.

Bridging the Gap

Calendar

Calendar

Getting To Know ...

Profile

Getting To Know ...

Calendar

Calendar

Local Girl, 8, Seriously Ill

Hospitalized and in coma with mysterious ailment.

Local Girl, 8, Seriously Ill

Prescription Fraud Charges to Grand Jury

Prescription Fraud Charges to Grand Jury

Health Notes

Health Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Health Notes

Health Notes

Timeline

Chronology of events at 1001 South Washington St.

Timeline

School Notes

School Notes

Community

Community

College Notes

College Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Room for 'Rachel' at Inova Fairfax Hospital

Room for 'Rachel' at Inova Fairfax Hospital

Couples Try Their Hand at Reading Their Mates

Newlywed Game at Senior Center draws lots of laughs.

Couples Try Their Hand at Reading Their Mates

Stringfellow Road:

Some good news, some bad news

Stringfellow Road:

Calendar

Calendar

Local Girl, 8, Seriously Ill

Hospitalized and in coma with mysterious ailment.

Local Girl, 8, Seriously Ill

Citizens Rally For Journalist

Bush Administration criticized as repressive and undemocratic.

Citizens Rally For Journalist

Health Notes

Health Notes

Prescription Fraud Charges to Grand Jury

Prescription Fraud Charges to Grand Jury

Indicted For Bigamy

Wife says she wants to protect other women from bigamists, ‘Internet predators.’

Indicted For Bigamy

People

People

People

People

Faith

Faith

Greener Pastures at Laurel Hill

Equestrian center planned for south county land.

Greener Pastures at Laurel Hill

Tuesday, July 26

American Dance in China

Members of a dance school in Burke perform in an international festival in Beijing.

American Dance in China

Emergency Services

Emergency Services

Remembering 9/11

Remembering 9/11

Young Man Charged with First Degree Murder

Michael Pahno was arrested for the murder of his uncle's wife after calling police to report the death

Young Man Charged with First Degree Murder

Fairmont Fuels Controversy

A new condo complex is adding to tension over new development

Fairmont Fuels Controversy

Drivers Indicted in Bus Crash

Sims, Wallace charged with reckless driving. Both could face jail.

Drivers Indicted in Bus Crash

The Scoop on Pets

The Scoop on Pets

College-McLean

College-McLean

Steady Theft Hurts Local Stations

New Policies Hope to Curb Gasoline Drive-Offs

Steady Theft Hurts Local Stations

New Principal at Dogwood

Robyn Cochran, a former teacher at Dogwood, takes over as principal.

New Principal at Dogwood

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Making Midtown a Reality

Lee land-use committee provides sounding board for developers.

Making Midtown a Reality

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

Shining Starz

Cappies Honorees rehearse summer shows.

Shining Starz

American Dance in China

Members of a dance school in Burke perform in an international festival in Beijing.

American Dance in China

Magazine for Preemies Right on Time

Springfield mother launches a magazine and Web site.

Magazine for Preemies Right on Time

Gators on the Loose

Vienna Aquatic Club’s Raft Nights and potlucks help members stay cool.

Gators on the Loose

Hunters Woods Student Home Models Win Cash Prizes

Hunters Woods Student Home Models Win Cash Prizes

Council Mulls Building Moratorium

Developers cite concerns; Potomac projects affected.

Council Mulls Building Moratorium

Mad Hatters

Hats off to Potomac Area Swim League Relay Carnival

Mad Hatters

Vienna, Top Five

Town named to 'best place' list.

Vienna, Top Five

Three Are Charged With Murder, Robbery

Three Are Charged With Murder, Robbery

This Week in Potomac 7-27-05

This Week in Potomac 7-27-05

Potomac Area Swim League Viewpoints

Potomac Area Swim League Viewpoints

Relay Good Times for Potomac Area Swim League

Relay Good Times for Potomac Area Swim League

Plotting Trails for Pedestrians

Great Falls Trailblazers hope new bridge will bring pedestrian walkway.

Plotting Trails for Pedestrians

$10,000 Raised at Josh Basile Bash

More than 150 supporters come to screening of “Murderball” to support paralysis research.

$10,000 Raised at Josh Basile Bash

Commuting to Washington by Bicycle?

A proposed extension of the Mt. Vernon Bike Trail would cross Dolley Madison Boulevard.

Commuting to Washington by Bicycle?

A Powerful Friend Helps Kilgore

President Bush attends Kilgore fund-raiser in McLean home.

A Powerful Friend Helps Kilgore

Building Schools for Tsunami Victims

Building Schools for Tsunami Victims

Pond-er the Possibilities

Many area residents enjoy the natural tranquillity of lily ponds.

Pond-er the Possibilities

Farm Tour Celebrates Agriculture

Farm Tour Celebrates Agriculture

River Falls at Center of Telecom Fight

Comcast, Verizon spar amid frequent cable TV and Internet service outages.

River Falls at Center of Telecom Fight

ECHO to Expand

ECHO to Expand

Federal Funds for Roads?

Supervisors worry adding federal money to three Loudoun projects will slow construction process.

Federal Funds for Roads?

By the Nose

Loudoun's two-member bloodhound team depends on dogs' extraordinary scent skill.

By the Nose

Community Notes

Community Notes

People Notes

People Notes

Class Notes

Class Notes

Volunteer Notes

Volunteer Notes

Camp Notes

Camp Notes

Class Notes

Class Notes

Calendar Notes

Calendar Notes

Schools

Schools

Clubs and Organizations

Clubs and Organizations

21 Arrested at Concert

Police make drug, alcohol-related arrests at Wolf Trap.

21 Arrested at Concert

Board Votes to Limit Building in West

Narrow vote is the first step toward reinstating tighter building limits in rural western Loudoun.

Board Votes to Limit Building in West

Volunteer Notes

Volunteer Notes

Calendar Notes

Calendar Notes

Local Activist Wins AAUW Award

Local Activist Wins AAUW Award

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

People Notes

People Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Community Notes

Community Notes

Schools

Schools

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Opportunities for All

ECHO's work placement program is in its 30th year.

Opportunities for All

Business Notes

Business Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Schools

Schools

Reston Expert Discusses Dog Behavior

Presentation stresses the need for safety and positive training in households with dogs and children.

Reston Expert Discusses Dog Behavior

Camp Notes

Camp Notes

Oprison Cleared of Fraud

Prosecutor declines to continue with election fraud investigation of Del. Joe May's former opponent.

Oprison Cleared of Fraud

Clubs and Organizations

Clubs and Organizations

Herndon, Westfield Students Perform

Theater camp at Herdon High ends with two student performances.

Herndon, Westfield Students Perform

Learning About McLean

McLean residents participate in Neighborhood College.

Learning About McLean

Aspiring Teenage Musicians Clash at Battle of the Bands

Aspiring Teenage Musicians Clash at Battle of the Bands

Accotink's Camping Duo

Two young women in second year as directors of summer camp program at Lake Accotink.

Accotink's Camping Duo

A Powerful Friend Helps Kilgore

President Bush attends Kilgore fund-raiser in McLean home.

A Powerful Friend Helps Kilgore

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Lorton Home Faces Demolition

Dozens of cats and an unsound structure doom a single-family home.

Lorton Home Faces Demolition

American Dance in China

Members of a dance school in Burke perform in an international festival in Beijing.

American Dance in China

Plotting Trails for Pedestrians

Great Falls Trailblazers hope new bridge will bring pedestrian walkway.

Plotting Trails for Pedestrians

Commuting to Washington by Bicycle?

A proposed extension of the Mt. Vernon Bike Trail would cross Dolley Madison Boulevard.

Commuting to Washington by Bicycle?

Lorton Home Faces Demolition

Dozens of cats and an unsound structure doom a single-family home.

Lorton Home Faces Demolition

This Week in Arlington

This Week in Arlington

Lorton Home Faces Demolition

Dozens of cats and an unsound structure doom a single-family home.

Lorton Home Faces Demolition

ABC's of the APR

Braddock task force meets to unlock mysteries of Comprehensive Plan.

ABC's of the APR

Thursday, July 21

Malicious Wounding or Self-Defense?

Trial expected to last three days.

Malicious Wounding or Self-Defense?

Cab Fares Climbing Again

Cab companies say increase not enough to cover rising fuel costs and insurance increases.

Cab Fares Climbing Again

Understanding Hoarding

County task force created to respond to hoarding in community.

Understanding Hoarding

Dog Owners Organize after Poisonings

Better lights and higher fences are being requested for Towers Dog Park.

Dog Owners Organize after Poisonings

Work Session Tackles 3 Issues

Planning Commission reviews two housing applications, proposed formal day-labor site.

Work Session Tackles 3 Issues

Community Role Models Celebrates One Year

New volunteers are recruited for local organizations.

Community Role Models Celebrates One Year

North Tract Gets New Plot

Land swap brings county seven acres.

North Tract Gets New Plot

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Lost Without Translation

Translator to Herndon Police for 16 years, Jorge Rochac was also an educator, mentor and friend.

Lost Without Translation

Brain Drain Bad for Defense

Proposed closing of Defense Department offices could mean the lost of 19,000 jobs in Arlington

Brain Drain Bad for Defense

Wednesday, July 20

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Calendar

Calendar

Master Planning Starts for Sully Woodlands

4,000 acres of parkland examined in Bull Run and Cub Run watersheds.

Master Planning Starts for Sully Woodlands

Yard Sale Finds New Home

Yard Sale Finds New Home

Fixing the Vienna Metro

Study underway should be complete in the fall.

Fixing the Vienna Metro

Chamber Assists with Networking

Two members meet and form limited partnership.

Chamber Assists with Networking

County Blasts Developer

Planners delay next phase of Lyndam Hill because of complaints of current residents.

County Blasts Developer

Neighbors

Taylor Run

Neighbors

Eagle Scout Helps Environment

Ben Messenger completes two-part project Eagle Scout project.

Eagle Scout Helps Environment

Caputo's Kick-Off Is Saturday

Long-time activist to challenge Chris Craddock in the 67th.

Caputo's Kick-Off Is Saturday

Martha Shea McDowell Dies

Obituary

Martha Shea McDowell Dies

Getting To Know ...

Profile

Getting To Know ...

She's Miss Va. Galaxy

Local woman wins state pageant.

She's Miss Va. Galaxy

People

People

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Getting To Know ...

Profile

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

Profile

Getting To Know ...

Health Notes

Health Notes

Kayaking Clinics Open to Public

Beginners got lessons July 15 despite rain.

Kayaking Clinics Open to Public

Protest on Fort Hunt Road

Citizens upset about lack of trail along country club.

Protest on Fort Hunt Road

'Beauty and the Beast'

Westfield Summer Stage production is set for July 28-31.

'Beauty and the Beast'

Change Recommended for Fairfax Center

Area zoned for office would shift to residential.

Change Recommended for Fairfax Center

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Web Yields Selling Opportunities

Snappy Auctions offers internet savvy.

Web Yields Selling Opportunities

Learning to Sail on Potomac River

Classes offered at two local marinas.

Learning to Sail on Potomac River

Kramm Session

Potomac Student wins Miss Continental Teen America pageant.

Kramm Session

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Learning to Sail on the Potomac River

Classes offered at two local marinas.

Learning to Sail on the Potomac River

Calendar

Calendar

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Fixing the Vienna Metro

Study underway should be complete in the fall.

Fixing the Vienna Metro

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Calendar

Calendar

Labor of Love After 25 Years

Founder prepares McEnearney Associates for its future.

Labor of Love After 25 Years

Faith

Faith

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Merrifield Redevelopment Deferred

Old apartment building would be razed for a new one.

Merrifield Redevelopment Deferred

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Local Man Charged with Rape, Abduction

Woman says she was taken from Fairfax Circle area and assaulted.

Local Man Charged with Rape, Abduction

Children of Chernobyl

Local residents host youth affected by disaster.

Children of Chernobyl

Neighbors

Seminary Valley

Neighbors

Race for Campaign Funds

After the primary, money keeps coming in for candidates in the 45th district.

Race for Campaign Funds

Calendar

Calendar

Gibson Tapped for Adams

Arlington assistant principal named as new principal of John Adams.

Gibson Tapped for Adams

DMV Manager Denied Bond

Judge calls government's case 'very strong.'

DMV Manager Denied Bond

Calendar

Calendar

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Harry Potter Mania

Harry Potter Mania

Father of 7 Battles Cancer

Local man worked for Fairfax Auto Body for 21 years.

Father of 7 Battles Cancer

Back by Popular Demand

Band played to sold-out crowd at Jammin' Java in March.

Back by Popular Demand

College Notes

College Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Business

Business

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

DMV Manager Denied Bond

Judge calls government's case 'very strong.'

DMV Manager Denied Bond

Suh Arrested Again; Charged with Burglary

Suh Arrested Again; Charged with Burglary

Sha'are Shalom Welcomes Rabbinic Intern

Sha'are Shalom Welcomes Rabbinic Intern

Neighbors

Rosemont

Neighbors

Classes

Classes

On Easy Street With 'Annie'

On Easy Street With 'Annie'

Area Scouts Prepare for Big Event

National Capitol Area Council readies for National Scout Jamboree.

Area Scouts Prepare for Big Event

Arlandria Nights Heat Up

During summer, international melting pot swelters with street crime.

Arlandria Nights Heat Up

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Carol Hawn Receives McDonnell Citizenship Award

Carol Hawn Receives McDonnell Citizenship Award

KidFest in Clifton Set for July 30

KidFest in Clifton Set for July 30

Tri-County Comments Favor Comp. Plan

Tri-County Comments Favor Comp. Plan

Federal Investigators Surprise ARHA

After five month audit, HUD brings on its investigators.

Federal Investigators Surprise ARHA

Guilty to Sexual Solicitation

Guilty to Sexual Solicitation

School Notes

School Notes

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

School Notes

School Notes

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

Tribute for a Jazz Messenger

Jack Dahlinger brought music to generations of students.

Tribute for a Jazz Messenger

Community

Community

Fairfax Center Zoning Shifts to Residential

Fairfax Center Zoning Shifts to Residential

Getting To Know ...

Profile

Getting To Know ...

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

College Notes

College Notes

Children of Chernobyl

Local residents host youth affected by disaster.

Children of Chernobyl

Charlie Chiang's Offers Choices

Centreville restaurant serves Chinese food in unique ways.

Charlie Chiang's Offers Choices

Man Stabbed

Man Stabbed

Terrorism And Candy

Terrorism And Candy

Man Gets New Exposure Charges

Man Gets New Exposure Charges

Nottoway Plan Approved

Park Authority to swap trees for soccer field when funding exists.

Nottoway Plan Approved

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Fairfax Center Zoning Shifts to Residential

Fairfax Center Zoning Shifts to Residential

Web Yields Selling Opportunity

Snappy Auctions offers internet savvy.

Web Yields Selling Opportunity

People

People

Volunteering

Volunteering

Tuesday, July 19

Calendar

Calendar

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate

Real Estate

Real Estate

Real Estate

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Camps

Camps

Club Notes

Club Notes

Camps

Camps

Camp Notes

Camp Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Classes and Workshops

Classes and Workshops

Volunteering

Volunteering

People Notes

People Notes

Classes and Workshops

Classes and Workshops

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Camp Notes

Camp Notes

Community Notes

Community Notes

Clubs and Organizations

Clubs and Organizations

Club Notes

Club Notes

Clubs and Organizations

Clubs and Organizations

Community Notes

Community Notes

People Notes

People Notes

Nightlife

Nightlife

Senior Living

Senior Living

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Board Questions Arts Foundation

Foundation requests matching funds from the county for the next five years.

Board Questions Arts Foundation

Business Notes

Business Notes

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

Week in Arllington

Week in Arllington

'This Was Like a Cat Mortuary'

Mount Vernon woman kept nearly 200 cats in her Burke townhouse

'This Was Like a Cat Mortuary'

Backing Off Boundary Changes

School Board will now consider only changing the boundaries of four, split-feeder elementary schools.

Backing Off Boundary Changes

Backing Off Boundary Changes

School Board will now consider only changing the boundaries of four, split-feeder elementary schools.

Backing Off Boundary Changes

Growing a Playground

Clemyjontri Park is still planned to be opened by November.

Growing a Playground

Board Questions Arts Foundation

Foundation requests matching funds from the county for the next five years.

Board Questions Arts Foundation

Retired McLean Judge Dies

Retired McLean Judge Dies

Great Falls this Week

Great Falls this Week

Park Out Offers Trash Solution

Community trash program are available to residents of Great Falls and McLean.

Park Out Offers Trash Solution

'This Was Like a Cat Mortuary'

Mount Vernon woman kept nearly 200 cats in her Burke townhouse

'This Was Like a Cat Mortuary'

Hooray for Harry!

Books-A-Million hosts Harry Potter release party in McLean.

Hooray for Harry!

Neighborhood Network Expands Services

E-mail list has become an information center for four communities.

Neighborhood Network Expands Services

Rebuilding Sri Lanka

Booze Allen Hamilton employees hear how donations were used after the tsunami.

Rebuilding Sri Lanka

Swimming with Turtles

Langley School administrator spending two weeks studying turtles in Australia.

Swimming with Turtles

Diving for Treasure, And Dead Bodies, Too

The Loudoun County Underwater Search and Recovery Team uses touch to discover underwater crime scenes.

Diving for Treasure, And Dead Bodies, Too

County Notebook

County Notebook

Farm Life in Eastern Loudoun

In the midst of the debate over how to allow development and keep rural lifestyle in western Loudoun, an eastern Loudoun family on a cattle farm adjacent to South Riding shows it can be done — maybe

Farm Life in Eastern Loudoun

Board Hears Broadlands Application

Supervisors don't encourage Hospital Corporation of America's bid to put a hospital in Broadlands.

Board Hears Broadlands Application

Hooray for Harry!

Books-A-Million hosts Harry Potter release party in McLean.

Hooray for Harry!

McLean this Week

McLean this Week

Swimming with Turtles

Langley School administrator spending two weeks studying turtles in Australia.

Swimming with Turtles

Growing a Playground

Clemyjontri Park is still planned to be opened by November.

Growing a Playground

Retired McLean Judge Dies

Retired McLean Judge Dies

Rebuilding Sri Lanka

Booze Allen Hamilton employees hear how donations were used after the tsunami.

Rebuilding Sri Lanka

Two Appointed to GMU Board

McLean residents named to George Mason University's Board of Visitors.

Two Appointed to GMU Board

Remembering Liz

Liz Padilla is remembered by family and friends as a woman who lived life to the fullest.

Remembering Liz

Bond Referendum Set

Voters will be able to vote on construction and renovation projects separately this November.

Bond Referendum Set

Route 50 Task Force: Results In

On Tuesday, task force gave county final recommendations for corridor.

Route 50 Task Force: Results In

Task Force on Track

Hunter Mill Road Area Task Force set to hear from developers next month.

Task Force on Track

Fine Tuning Documents

The Reston Association continues to make changes to the draft governing documents.

Fine Tuning Documents

Board Questions Arts Foundation

Foundation requests matching funds from the county for the next five years.

Board Questions Arts Foundation

Heads of Their Class

Springfield siblings Sam and Abby Clark, both home-schooled, will enroll in MIT in the fall.

Heads of Their Class

Backing Off Boundary Changes

School Board will now consider only changing the boundaries of four, split-feeder elementary schools.

Backing Off Boundary Changes

A Diminished RCRC on Horizon

As property owners at Lake Anne Village Center consider their next move, the Reston Community Reinvestment Corporation will play a diminished role.

A Diminished RCRC on Horizon

Recognizing Those Who Serve

Chamber of Commerce hands out annual service awards.

Recognizing Those Who Serve

Wild About Harry Potter

Harry Potter fans line up for latest book in series.

Wild About Harry Potter

Task Force on Track

Hunter Mill Road Area Task Force set to hear from developers next month.

Task Force on Track

Monday, July 18

Local Democrats Focus on 2006

At community center, party chair emphasizes inclusiveness.

Local Democrats Focus on 2006

WSSC Knows the Drill

Rock sampling paves way for mid-river intake pipe.

WSSC Knows the Drill

Basile Is Determined to Make a Difference

Less than a year after a paralyzing spinal cord injury, Potomac’s Josh Basile launches support and advocacy organization.

Basile Is Determined to Make a Difference

This Week in Potomac 7-20-05

This Week in Potomac 7-20-05

Thursday, July 14

Execution Stayed in Final Hours

Supreme Court to Consider Appeal in Lovitt Case

Execution Stayed in Final Hours

Community Notes

Community Notes

Wednesday, July 13

Obituary

: Martha Shea McDowell, 80, Journalist

Obituary

Court Ruling Allow Confession

Court Ruling Allow Confession

Calendar

Calendar

Schools

Schools

Business Notes

Business Notes

Night Riders

Scholars take a look at the life of John Singleton Mosby.

Night Riders

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

Herndon's Day Labor History

Herndon's Day Labor History

Business

Business

People Notes

People Notes

Schools

Schools

Continuing Day Labor Education

Second day-labor site meeting raises questions, causes resident frustration level to rise.

Continuing Day Labor Education

From Near-Coma to Defendant to Program

From Near-Coma to Defendant to Program

School Notes

School Notes

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Calendar

Calendar

Commission Hears Comment

Residents fill two rooms, foyer for public hearing on formation of formal day labor site in town.

Commission Hears Comment

Calendar

Calendar

Cost Estimates Endanger Rail

FTA formula shows added funding problems.

Cost Estimates Endanger Rail

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

South County Construction Steady

The school will be available to administration and faculty by Aug. 1.

South County Construction Steady

People Notes

People Notes

Report Criticized

Family and friends question commonwealth attorney's conclusion on Barber homicide.

Report Criticized

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

School Notes

School Notes

Money Matters

The City Council approved funding for transportation, school, and Old Town projects.

Money Matters

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Volunteer

Volunteer

College Notes

College Notes

Calendar

Calendar

College Notes

College Notes

Actors Receive Workshop Training

Will be performing two plays at Westfield High this Friday.

Actors Receive Workshop Training

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Battle of the Buildings

Examining residential development along the Fairfax Boulevard corridor.

Battle of the Buildings

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Marathon Training Leads to Book

Vienna residents write a book about working out, together.

Marathon Training Leads to Book

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

DMV Official Arrested

Manager of Springfield DMV arrested for selling Virginia driver's license to illegal immigrants.

DMV Official Arrested

Centre Ridge Principal Joyce Dantzler Retires

Centre Ridge Principal Joyce Dantzler Retires

Fighting for His Life

Clifton father of seven children battles leukemia.

Fighting for His Life

College Notes

College Notes

Volunteer

Volunteer

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Festival of Remembrance

Festival of Remembrance

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Calendar

Calendar

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Col. T.W. Williams: A Soldier for All Seasons

As Fort Belvoir and southeast Fairfax intertwine, a central architect moves on.

Col. T.W. Williams: A Soldier for All Seasons

Calendar

Calendar

Crime

Crime

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Sad Farewell to Denise Hogge

Sad Farewell to Denise Hogge

Clean Water by Example

Providence supervisor unveils roof garden.

Clean Water by Example

Calendar

Calendar

Community

Community

Calendar

Calendar

Obituaries

Robert L. Walker, Sr.

Obituaries

Actors Receive Workshop Training

Will be performing two plays at Westfield High this Friday.

Actors Receive Workshop Training

Rainbow's New Building Means New Offerings

Rainbow's New Building Means New Offerings

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

New York-Style Dance

Broadway choreographer Lisa Stevens brings magic to Chantilly studio.

New York-Style Dance

Faith

Faith

Volunteering

Volunteering

People

People

Traffic Nightmare

VDOT urges motorists to go someplace else this weekend.

Traffic Nightmare

Centre Ridge Principal Joyce Dantzler Retires

Centre Ridge Principal Joyce Dantzler Retires

New Cost Estimates Endanger Rail

New Cost Estimates Endanger Rail

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Evans Pleads Guilty: Porn Charge

Evans Pleads Guilty: Porn Charge

Fighting for His Life

Clifton father of seven children battles leukemia.

Fighting for His Life

Sustaining Richmond Highway's Forward Momemtum

SFDC gets new director and Mount Vernon Plaza prepares to open.

Sustaining Richmond Highway's Forward Momemtum

Celebrating Child Life Week

Celebrating Child Life Week

Nightmare Ahead

VDOT urges motorists to go someplace else this weekend.

Nightmare Ahead

Keeping High School Siblings Together

Keeping High School Siblings Together

Saint Andrew Helps Homeless

Some 40 volunteers are building homes for disadvantaged families in North Carolina this week.

Saint Andrew Helps Homeless

Health Notes

Health Notes

Obituaries

Frank Marion Platt Jr.

Obituaries

Health Notes

Health Notes

Church Celebrates Forty Years

Annual picnic highlights milestones.

Church Celebrates Forty Years

Teen Center To Offer Everything

Youth pastor's Next Level 4 Teens, founded to help at-risk youth in the wake of Nick Shomaker's death, will open its own center this winter.

Teen Center To Offer Everything

Business Notes

Business Notes

Swimming With the Mighty Dolphins

Dunn Loring is known for its spirit and its banners.

Swimming With the Mighty Dolphins

Calendar

Calendar

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Community Shelter Gets New Walls

Doorways for Women brings hope to those in need.

Community Shelter Gets New Walls

College Notes

College Notes

Arts Festival To Feature New Events

Arts Festival To Feature New Events

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Health Briefs

Health Briefs

Health Notes

Health Notes

BRAC Poses Threat to City

Economic impact of Department of Defense decision on Alexandria could be long term.

BRAC Poses Threat to City

Sad Farewell to Denise Hogge

Sad Farewell to Denise Hogge

Rainbow's New Building Means New Offerings

Rainbow's New Building Means New Offerings

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Deputy U.S. Marshal Admits Killing His Wife

Deputy U.S. Marshal Admits Killing His Wife

Lawmakers Call Office Closures Illegal

Brain drain cited during BRAC hearing.

Lawmakers Call Office Closures Illegal

Vote on White Oak Reversed

Denial of parking waiver retracted affecting office conversion project.

Vote on White Oak Reversed

187 Cats Too Many

Neighbors in Riverwood relieved by removal of cats from home.

187 Cats Too Many

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Arlington Cemetery Expands

Arlington Cemetery Expands

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

Guilty Plea in Money Transfers

No link to terrorism.

Guilty Plea in Money Transfers

Health

Health

School Notes

School Notes

Three Years after Raids, Still No Charges

Three Years after Raids, Still No Charges

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Residents: Keep Low Density

Majority speaks out against high-density building in the west at Monday's public input session.

Residents: Keep Low Density

Health

Health

Easing Prospects for Finding Building Sites

Easing Prospects for Finding Building Sites

Evans Pleads Guilty: Porn Charge

Evans Pleads Guilty: Porn Charge

Falcons Landing Gets Tax Relief

Supervisors overwhelmingly support exemption.

Falcons Landing Gets Tax Relief

Fort Belvoir Undergoes Command Change

Col. Brian W. Lauritzen to lead garrison.

Fort Belvoir Undergoes Command Change

Soldier's Best Friend

Vienna pet day care collects donations for military dogs in Iraq.

Soldier's Best Friend

Obituaries

Dorothy Chatfield Buffmire

Obituaries

Metrorail and Bus Steer Potomac Yard Planning

Transit alternatives could lead way for entire city.

Metrorail and Bus Steer Potomac Yard Planning

Public Speaks Out

Public Speaks Out

Saint Andrew Helps Homeless

Some 40 volunteers are building homes for disadvantaged families in North Carolina this week.

Saint Andrew Helps Homeless

Defense Wants More On Witnesses

Capital defender says he needs details on potential witnesses in murder case because 13 of them were represented by Public Defender's Office in past.

Defense Wants More On Witnesses

Tuesday, July 12

Senior Living

Senior Living

Braddock Awards Honor Community

The District holds its third annual ‘Best of Braddock’ awards.

Braddock Awards Honor Community

Contractor Misses Deadline

A July 11 deadline for delivering three major bridges has passed.

Contractor Misses Deadline

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Neighbors Split over 'Midgetville' Project

Supervisors approve downplanning; rezoning application still pending.

Neighbors Split over 'Midgetville' Project

Fire at Lake Braddock

New computers are the primary victims of the $300,000 blaze.

Fire at Lake Braddock

Navy Postpones Public Event at Model Basin

Proposed wetland site not ready for planting; conservation groups pull out.

Navy Postpones Public Event at Model Basin

Calendar

Calendar

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Nightlife

Nightlife

Pursuing His Dream of Making Music

Billy Otis turns 40 and joins the local music scene.

Pursuing His Dream of Making Music

Tangled Roadways

Planned development in Great Falls may have access road on Georgetown Pike.

Tangled Roadways

People Notes

People Notes

Obituary

Martha Shea McDowell, 80, Journalist

Obituary

Classes and Workshops

Classes and Workshops

Expanded Tysons Set for September

Expanded Tysons Set for September

Business Notes

Business Notes

Arts Center Proposal Submitted

Arts Center Proposal Submitted

Drying Georgetown Pike

Replacement of a drainage pipe will close a section of Georgetown Pike this week.

Drying Georgetown Pike

People Notes

People Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Community Notes

Community Notes

Volunteering

Volunteering

Camps

Camps

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

NSO Show House Returns to McLean

Local designers display talents during month-long fund-raiser.

NSO Show House Returns to McLean

Real Estate

Real Estate

News Briefs

News Briefs

RCA Adds Newcomers

During elections held over the weekend, RCA polls on incorporation.

RCA Adds Newcomers

Real Estate

Real Estate

Drying Georgetown Pike

Replacement of a drainage pipe will close a section of Georgetown Pike this week.

Drying Georgetown Pike

150 Friends, $150,000

150 Friends, $150,000

Real Estate

Real Estate

Contractor Misses Deadline

A July 11 deadline for delivering three major bridges has passed.

Contractor Misses Deadline

Fire at Lake Braddock

New computers are the primary victims of the $300,000 blaze.

Fire at Lake Braddock

This Week in Potomac 7-13-05

This Week in Potomac 7-13-05

Volunteering

Volunteering

From Home to Estate

A look at several estates currently on the market.

From Home to Estate

‘We’re Back to Square One’

School Board proposes smaller citizens advisory committee and prepares to oversee rewriting of county sex-ed program.

‘We’re Back to Square One’

News Briefs

News Briefs

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Expanded Tysons Set for September

Expanded Tysons Set for September

Tangled Roadways

>Planned development in Great Falls may have access road on Georgetown Pike.

Tangled Roadways

NSO Show House Returns to McLean

Local designers display talents during month-long fund-raiser.

NSO Show House Returns to McLean

Construction Draws Closer

$1.8 million for Great Falls Tavern improvements moves through Congress.

Construction Draws Closer

Hoffman: A New Jazz Generation

Hoffman: A New Jazz Generation

Healthy and Swimming Again

Nineteen months after a kidney transplant, Springfield's Becky Scheip competes in the World Transplant Games.

Healthy and Swimming Again

RA To Set Referendum Wording

The Reston Association will formulate the governing documents referendum question next week.

RA To Set Referendum Wording

Rescuers Respond to Smoke at Giant

Rescuers Respond to Smoke at Giant

Mariachi Kicks Off Campaign

Mariachi Kicks Off Campaign

Rucker Memorial Golf Tournament and Dinner

Rucker Memorial Golf Tournament and Dinner

Reston Festival, Celebrating 41 Years

Reston Festival, Celebrating 41 Years

Expanded Tysons Set for September

Expanded Tysons Set for September

Neighbors Split over 'Midgetville'

Supervisors approve downplanning; rezoning application still pending.

Neighbors Split over 'Midgetville'

Blues Alley Keeps Pianist Keyed In

Harper wins jazz award.

Blues Alley Keeps Pianist Keyed In

Braddock Awards Honor Community

The District holds its third annual ‘Best of Braddock’ awards.

Braddock Awards Honor Community

Stone Paves Path to Church's Future

Syrian artists build altar for October consecration.

Stone Paves Path to Church's Future

Business Notes

Business Notes

Arlington this Week

Arlington this Week

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

Contractor Misses Deadline

A July 11 deadline for delivering three major bridges has passed.

Contractor Misses Deadline

Military Notes

Military Notes

Fire at Lake Braddock

New computers are the primary victims of the $300,000 blaze.

Fire at Lake Braddock

Thursday, July 7

200 Candles

City's bicentennial Fourth of July celebration offers largest parade in Northern Virginia.

200 Candles

Conner Retires — Again

Four decades of institutional knowledge produced a safer city.

Conner Retires — Again

From Garage to Dead

Tie-dye business flourishes in Fairfax City.

From Garage to Dead

Playing with Fire

City emergency personnel conduct drill.

Playing with Fire

Plug Pulled on 'Photo Red'

Local jurisdictions turn off red-light cameras.

Plug Pulled on 'Photo Red'

Wednesday, July 6

Local Artist Recognized

Local Artist Recognized

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This Article Removed

Health Briefs

Health Briefs

Stallions Prepare To Stampede

Principal of new school meets student leaders.

Stallions Prepare To Stampede

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Tastes Great, Less Taxes

Local politicians celebrate lower food taxes.

Tastes Great, Less Taxes

To Council: It's a Start

Coalition explores leveraging money for affordable housing.

To Council: It's a Start

Dolla' Divas Delve into Real Life

Girls learn financial literacy at the ‘Reality Store.’

Dolla' Divas Delve into Real Life

Family's Loss; Community's Loss

Recalling Kelley Swanson's tenacious spirit, on the field and off.

Family's Loss; Community's Loss

Planting Memories at Vinson Hall

Azalea bushes planted at the Sylvestery in honor of loved ones with Alzheimer's Disease

Planting Memories at Vinson Hall

Getting To Know ...

Profile

Getting To Know ...

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Commerce Bank Is Coming

Commerce Bank Is Coming

Radio Free Vienna

Ham radio group hosts annual Field Day.

Radio Free Vienna

Health Briefs

Health Briefs

Mixed-use Proposed Near Toll Road

Mixed-use Proposed Near Toll Road

Getting To Know ...

Profile

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know...

Profile

Getting To Know...

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This Article Removed

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Family Fun on the Fourth

The Barcroft neighborhood celebrates the nation's independence day.

Family Fun on the Fourth

Rothwell Receives Regional 'Creating Excellence' Award

Rothwell Receives Regional 'Creating Excellence' Award

Health Notes

Health Notes

Bishops Ask Warner for Clemency

Robin Lovitt's execution is now less than one week away.

Bishops Ask Warner for Clemency

Vocal Talent Carries 'Big River'

Aldersgate Church Community Theater stages story of Huck Finn.

Vocal Talent Carries 'Big River'

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Eagle Scouts Help Homeless

Jacob Weller builds coatracks for the homeless.

Eagle Scouts Help Homeless

Stallions Prepare To Stampede

Principal of new school meets with student leaders.

Stallions Prepare To Stampede

Recognizing Best in Federal Service

Virginia leads in 'Sammie' nominees.

Recognizing Best in Federal Service

Stallions Prepare To Stampede

Principal of new school meets with student leaders.

Stallions Prepare To Stampede

Calendar

Calendar

Health Care Workforce Shortage Threatens

New coalition pledges to increase health care worker population.

Health Care Workforce Shortage Threatens

Calendar

Calendar

College Notes

College Notes

Students Are Academic Champs

Local students and coach win this year's Panasonic Academic Challenge.

Students Are Academic Champs

Merchants Lose Business

Signage fails to help businesses.

Merchants Lose Business

Curtis Named Executive of the Year

Curtis Named Executive of the Year

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

New Laws Target Gangs

Sengel updates police officers on changes.

New Laws Target Gangs

Vocal Talent Carries Big River

Aldersgate Church Community Theater stages story of Huck Finn.

Vocal Talent Carries Big River

Danforth To Lead Board

School Board elects new leadership.

Danforth To Lead Board

Sydnor To Helm Cluster I

Sydnor To Helm Cluster I

Getting To Know ...

Profile

Getting To Know ...

50 Years of Service

American Legion Post 176 celebrates its continuing service to the community.

50 Years of Service

Getting To Know...

Profile

Getting To Know...

Celebrating A Fantastic Fourth

Celebrating A Fantastic Fourth

Area Scouts Get Prepared

National Capitol Area Council readies for National Scout Jamboree.

Area Scouts Get Prepared

Arlington Welcomes Sister City

County officials and a delegation from Reims resigned a sister city agreement first agreed

Arlington Welcomes Sister City

Minshew to Start, End Career at Park View

Park View High School's new principal plans to stay at least eight years.

Minshew to Start, End Career at Park View

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

The New 'Koreatown' in Centreville

Area is fast becoming a Mecca for Asian-inspired shops, restaurants and boutiques

The New 'Koreatown' in Centreville

High School Graduate to Pursue Medical Careers

Alondra Echeverria has decided to become a nurse, then a pediatrician.

High School Graduate to Pursue Medical Careers

New Laws Change Taxes

Cost of groceries goes down; cigarette prices up.

New Laws Change Taxes

Sterling Middle School Has New Principal and New Lo

Michael Williams took over as principal of the Sterling Middle School Friday.

Sterling Middle School Has New Principal and New Lo

Principal John Hilkert Retires

Head of Greenbriar West Elementary departs to move to Williamsburg.

Principal John Hilkert Retires

New Minister, 20 More Church Members

Guilford Fellowship Baptist Church adds 20 members and a new minister.

New Minister, 20 More Church Members

Writing From Experience

Former police writer Edna Buchanan signs a new crime novel in McLean

Writing From Experience

Samson Celebrates Her 100th Birthday

Paul Spring Retirement Community throws a special party.

Samson Celebrates Her 100th Birthday

Jail for Former GMU Policeman

Jail for Former GMU Policeman

Waynewood Takes 'Hats Off to Democracy'

Annual Independence Day Celebration features parade, food, rides and games.

Waynewood Takes 'Hats Off to Democracy'

Art Goes to The Dogs

The Museum of Modern Arf brings alternative art to Clarendon.

Art Goes to The Dogs

Calendar

Calendar

Moran Advises: Embrace 'Bad Law'

Prescription drug law carries penalties for not enrolling.

Moran Advises: Embrace 'Bad Law'

Upcoming Town Hearings

Upcoming Town Hearings

County Backs Mixed-Use

Groveton plan would add 300 residences plus office and retail.

County Backs Mixed-Use

Another Pedestrian Struck and Killed

Crosswalk on Richmond Highway at center of controversy about pedestrian safety.

Another Pedestrian Struck and Killed

College Notes

College Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Should Gas Stations Sell Alcohol?

WFCCA weighs in with varying opinions.

Should Gas Stations Sell Alcohol?

Neighborhood Marches

River Falls, Potomac Falls enjoy annual Fourth of July parades and picnics.

Neighborhood Marches

People

People

Mixed-use Proposed Near Toll Road

Mixed-use Proposed Near Toll Road

College Notes

College Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Camp for At-Risk Boys

Youth learn to canoe, debate, and study law while honing self-discipline, leadership, and social skills.

Camp for At-Risk Boys

Calendar

Calendar

Health Briefs

Health Briefs

Tuesday, July 5

Real Estate

Real Estate

Loudoun's K-9 Deputies

Loudoun's K-9 Deputies

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Free Clinic Still Needs Help

Free Clinic Still Needs Help

Business Notes

Business Notes

Clubs

Clubs

Pastor To Be Evaluated Before Facing Trial

Mental health evaluation ordered to determine former pastor's competency to stand trial.

Pastor To Be Evaluated Before Facing Trial

Health

Health

Transitional Housing Works

Local housing program receives $550,000 grant to help the homeless.

Transitional Housing Works

Stopping the Pain

Procedure helps women with painful condition

Stopping the Pain

Classes

Classes

Community

Community

People Notes

People Notes

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

School Bus Driver Appears in Court

Defense and prosecuting attorneys to meet before Fratti's next scheduled preliminary hearing.

School Bus Driver Appears in Court

Principal Cleared of Criminal Charges

Judge drops charges against Dogwood principal for failure to report suspected child abuse.

Principal Cleared of Criminal Charges

Community Notes

Community Notes

Clubs

Clubs

Health

Health

Community Notes

Community Notes

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Former McLean Resident Dies in New York

Elizabeth Padilla worked as pro bono lawyer and family advocate.

Former McLean Resident Dies in New York

Volunteer Notes

Volunteer Notes

Officer Poach Discusses Life on the Job

Langley's school resource officer named most distinguished.

Officer Poach Discusses Life on the Job

Former McLean Resident Dies in New York

Elizabeth Padilla worked as pro bono lawyer and family advocate.

Former McLean Resident Dies in New York

Camp Notes

Camp Notes

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Business

Business

Traffic Tops Citizens' Concerns

McLean Citizens Association hears plan to transform Tysons Corner Center.

Traffic Tops Citizens' Concerns

Walking for the Fourth

Walking for the Fourth

McLean this Week

McLean this Week

Great Falls this Week

Great Falls this Week

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Stopping the Pain

Procedure helps women with painful condition

Stopping the Pain

Nightlife

Nightlife

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Drums, Drama Capture Imagination

The American Century Theater revives an O'Neill classic.

Drums, Drama Capture Imagination

Senior Living

Senior Living

Riverside Pipeline Completed

Water service from Fairfax Water began June 7.

Riverside Pipeline Completed

A Hometown Fourth

Great Falls celebration features parades, family fun.

A Hometown Fourth

Officer Poach Discusses Life on the Job

Langley's school resource officer named most distinguished.

Officer Poach Discusses Life on the Job

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Leaf Grinder Revisited

Board of Zoning Appeals to consider renewing special use permit for leaf grinder on Beulah.

Leaf Grinder Revisited

College Notes

College Notes

Springfield Man Charged

Young girl sexually assaulted by boarder, say police.

Springfield Man Charged

Commuter Garage Clears Hurdle

Burke Centre parking lot to add 850 parking spaces.

Commuter Garage Clears Hurdle

Traffic Tops Citizens' Concerns

McLean Citizens Association hears plan to transform Tysons Corner Center.

Traffic Tops Citizens' Concerns

Faith

Faith

Peace-ing Out

Vienna resident joins the Peace Corps.

Peace-ing Out

Margaret’s Gardens Needs Help to Survive

Longtime iris gardener, Margaret Wilson Thomas, would like to sell her gardens, but wants to be sure they are preserved for future generations.

Margaret’s Gardens Needs Help to Survive

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Arlington this Week

Arlington this Week

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

What Comes Next?

Lake Anne charrette offers development choices, without answering how to proceed.

What Comes Next?

Plug Pulled on 'Photo Red'

Town turns off red light cameras on July 1.

Plug Pulled on 'Photo Red'

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

Fourth of July at Lake Fairfax

Fourth of July at Lake Fairfax

True Colors

Springfield civic associations sponsor an Independence Day parade.

True Colors

Writing From Experience

Former police writer Edna Buchanan signs a new crime novel in McLean

Writing From Experience

Planting Memories at Vinson Hall

Azalea bushes planted at the Sylvestery in honor of loved ones with Alzheimer's Disease

Planting Memories at Vinson Hall

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

People Notes

People Notes

Real Estate

Real Estate

Schools

Schools

Business Notes

Business Notes

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Fantastic Fourth

Town celebrates nation's 229th birthday.

Fantastic Fourth

Robbery Suspect Sought

Robbery Suspect Sought

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Volunteering

Volunteering

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Classes

Classes

Calendar Notes

Calendar Notes

Camp Notes

Camp Notes

Celebrating Together

Families gather at Langley High School for July 4 Events

Celebrating Together

Calendar Notes

Calendar Notes

Real Estate

Real Estate

People

People

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

Monday, July 4

Sure-Footed Progress Toward Boat

Sure-Footed Progress Toward Boat

Viewpoints 7-6-05

What makes the United States of America special to you?

Viewpoints 7-6-05

Horsing Around

Horsing Around

At Sub Races, Camaraderie Trumps Competition

18 teams field human-powered subs at David Taylor Model Basins.

At Sub Races, Camaraderie Trumps Competition

Patriotism Without Politics

Web sites bring joy, baby wipes to soldiers.

Patriotism Without Politics

Bullis Honors 75th Graduating Class

Bullis Honors 75th Graduating Class

Fierce Storm Pounds Potomac

Lighting sets fire to roof, causing $500,000 in damage.

Fierce Storm Pounds Potomac

Bridges Through Canal's Widewater

C&O Canal project to restore towpath nears completion.

Bridges Through Canal's Widewater

This Week in Potomac 7-6-05

This Week in Potomac 7-6-05