Stories for June 2005

Stories for June 2005

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Wednesday, June 29

Music Is the Strength in this Musical

Aldersgate gets big sound out of ‘Big River’

Music Is the Strength in this Musical

A Patch of Green

Girl Scout creates garden for senior center.

A Patch of Green

'Lite'Tragedy Lights up Amphitheater

Euripides' tragicomedy "Ion" begins Natural Theatrical's summer season.

'Lite'Tragedy Lights up Amphitheater

From Near Coma to Defendant

Assault victim goes from life-support in January to defendant in May machete incident.

From Near Coma to Defendant

The Grill Is Gone

After 20 years, Hunter Mill Deli closes its doors.

The Grill Is Gone

Oakton Grads Put Best Foot Forward

Oakton High hosts commencement at Patriot Center.

Oakton Grads Put Best Foot Forward

College Notes

College Notes

Moving On

James Madison High School conducts graduation.

Moving On

61 Graduate from Bryant, Landmark

61 Graduate from Bryant, Landmark

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

College Notes

College Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Principal Cleared of Criminal Charges

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

Principal Cleared of Criminal Charges

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Under the Sea, Under the Stars

Town continues monthly movie series at Glyndon Park.

Under the Sea, Under the Stars

Getting To Know ...

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Getting To Know ...

School Notes

School Notes

A Peek at Computer Security

A Springfield company hosts students in the Presidential Classroom program.

A Peek at Computer Security

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This Article Removed

Local Girl Scouts Earn Top Awards

Local Girl Scouts Earn Top Awards

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Goodbye, Mrs. Clark

Linda Clark retires after six years as Vienna Elementary principal.

Goodbye, Mrs. Clark

Teachers Join Students in School Band

Teachers Join Students in School Band

Paying at the Pumps: Who's Making Money?

Gas station owners cry foul at rising gas prices.

Paying at the Pumps: Who's Making Money?

Health Notes

Health Notes

Obituaries

Carl Franklin Godfrey, Jr.

Obituaries

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Fire Destroys Home

Eight relatives were displaced in the early morning fire.

Fire Destroys Home

Health Notes

Health Notes

Franklin Sherman at 90

School celebrates 90 years of education

Franklin Sherman at 90

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Man Shot, Killed at Fair Oaks Apartments

Shots fired at apartment complex.

Man Shot, Killed at Fair Oaks Apartments

Health Notes

Health Notes

Getting To Know ...

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Getting To Know ...

Radio Free Burke

Ham radio group hosts annual Field Day.

Radio Free Burke

'Gunston Hall' Christened

Marine Operations capabilities increase.

'Gunston Hall' Christened

A Patch of Green

Girl Scout creates garden for senior center.

A Patch of Green

Getting To Know ...

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Getting To Know ...

Ceremonies Honor Students

West Potomac and Mount Vernon students receive awards and scholarships.

Ceremonies Honor Students

Health Notes

Health Notes

15th Anniversary Gala Dinner Supports Theatre

15th Anniversary Gala Dinner Supports Theatre

Health Notes

Health Notes

Ram Grads Urged To Be 'Powerful'

Robinson Secondary's Class of 2005 graduates Wednesday, June 22.

Ram Grads Urged To Be 'Powerful'

Celebrating Hope for Refugees

Arlington Diocese Refugee Services marks 30 years of helping refugees.

Celebrating Hope for Refugees

Parade, Fireworks Highlight July 4 Bash

Traditional holiday festival includes Fireman's Competition and Ice Cream Social.

Parade, Fireworks Highlight July 4 Bash

Obituaries

Frances Miller Gravatte

Obituaries

Houses, Houses Everywhere

Council weighs teo development plans and approves lease financing for road and library.

Houses, Houses Everywhere

Sully Seniors Help at Bull Run Elementary

Sully Seniors Help at Bull Run Elementary

Radio Free Burke

Ham radio group hosts annual Field Day.

Radio Free Burke

Reassuring Parents

Latino community meets on bus crash.

Reassuring Parents

BNA Selects Crystal City

Publisher set to move after talks with governor.

BNA Selects Crystal City

First of Four to Earn Diploma

Donnie Bailey to pursue career as a mechanic.

First of Four to Earn Diploma

Obituary

Robert C. Reed

Obituary

Music is the Strength in this Musical

Aldersgate gets big sound out of ‘Big River’

Music is the Strength in this Musical

Global Relations

Arlington to renew sister city ties with Reims.

Global Relations

Clifton Town Council: Trucks, Land, Parking

Clifton Town Council: Trucks, Land, Parking

Child Porn Charges

Bishop pleads guilty to producing and possessing.

Child Porn Charges

Man Shot, Killed in Fair Oaks

Man Shot, Killed in Fair Oaks

There's Something About Rose

Arlington woman named Mrs. Virginia 2005.

There's Something About Rose

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Mount Vernon Graduates 340 Students

Mount Vernon Graduates 340 Students

Cathey Retires after 50 Years

His contributions to horticulture will be recognized for years to come.

Cathey Retires after 50 Years

Roundups

Roundups

A Patch of Green

Girl Scout creates garden for senior center.

A Patch of Green

Getting To Know ...

Profile

Getting To Know ...

Natural Theatricals Opens with Euripides' ‘Ion’

Three plays scheduled for 2005 season

Natural Theatricals Opens with Euripides' ‘Ion’

Graduation '05 at Wakefield

Graduation '05 at Wakefield

Family and Friends Mourn

Centreville's Rudy Illanes dies in crash at age 31.

Family and Friends Mourn

School Board Chairman Decides Two Years is Enough

John Andrews cites family obligations for decision not to run for chairman next year.

School Board Chairman Decides Two Years is Enough

Serving Up Food with Soul

Local entrepreneur mixes soul food cooking with community life.

Serving Up Food with Soul

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Graduation '05 at Woodlawn

Graduation '05 at Woodlawn

101 Teachers Retire

101 Teachers Retire

Graduation '05 at Washington-Lee

Graduation '05 at Washington-Lee

Graduation '05 at Yorktown

Graduation '05 at Yorktown

Bridge to Gain Lane

Short-term fix for a dangerous long-term problem.

Bridge to Gain Lane

McClendon in Trouble With the Law Again

McClendon in Trouble With the Law Again

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

'Lite' Tragedy Lights up Amphitheater

Euripides' tragicomedy "Ion" begins Natural Theatrical's summer season.

'Lite' Tragedy Lights up Amphitheater

Remembering Sgt. Verdugo

Teacher copes with losing her husband in Iraq.

Remembering Sgt. Verdugo

Proposal Raises More Than Roof

Residents question process as well as impact.

Proposal Raises More Than Roof

Neighbors

Taylor Run

Neighbors

Homicide Justified

Commonwealth Attorney determines Barber's death was legal response.

Homicide Justified

21 Years To Get Out of High School

John Porter was an administrator with a human touch.

21 Years To Get Out of High School

Council Gets Earful on Jones Point Park

Residents use Monday hearing to support, oppose fields.

Council Gets Earful on Jones Point Park

Alana Sentenced to 44 Years

Defendant, victims of murder of pizza deliveryman and Old Town robbery speak in court.

Alana Sentenced to 44 Years

Obituaries

Frances Miller Gravatte

Obituaries

Council Clears Two Fields

City Council votes for 'Scheme A' at Jones Point Park.

Council Clears Two Fields

Obituaries

Carl Franklin Godfrey, Jr.

Obituaries

Seniors Bid Farewell

Patriot Center hosts T.C. Williams High School graduation.

Seniors Bid Farewell

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

College Notes

College Notes

All Aboard

County christens new fire boat.

All Aboard

Mountain View Graduates Its Largest Class Ever

Mountain View Graduates Its Largest Class Ever

School Notes

School Notes

Single Father of Five Faces 16 Years

Drunk driver pleads guilt to hit-and-run accident that permanently injured police officer.

Single Father of Five Faces 16 Years

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

College Notes

College Notes

College Notes

College Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Westfield High Graduates 645 Students

Westfield High Graduates 645 Students

Chantilly High Graduates 580 Students

Chantilly High Graduates 580 Students

Tuesday, June 28

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

Community

Community

Franklin Sherman at 90

School celebrates 90 years of education

Franklin Sherman at 90

This Week in Arlington

This Week in Arlington

Herndon Seniors Say Goodbye

Herndon High School graduates 454 seniors at Patriot Center June 22.

Herndon Seniors Say Goodbye

Health Briefs

Health Briefs

Remember To Look Back

Marshall High grads urged to thank family and friends.

Remember To Look Back

People Notes

People Notes

‘A Chance To Give Back’

Revived C&O Canal Association group gives volunteers chance to improve park.

‘A Chance To Give Back’

Classes

Classes

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Protest Canceled

Parents of students at Lake Anne Elementary School call off protest.

Protest Canceled

Home Sales Finish Strong in May

Prices continue to soar as inventory increases nearly 20 percent from last year.

Home Sales Finish Strong in May

Health

Health

Prancing in the Street

Prancing in the Street

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

Pin Down the Process

Task force finalizes operational details.

Pin Down the Process

Homeowners' Associations: They're Everywhere

In Loudoun's new suburbs, residing in a homeowners' association, with all its rules and regulations, is a way of life.

Homeowners' Associations: They're Everywhere

'How to Succeed' at Alden Theater

Musical opens July 8.

'How to Succeed' at Alden Theater

Camps

Camps

Business Listing

Business Listing

Community Notes

Community Notes

Volunteering Notes

Volunteering Notes

How to Succeed' at Alden Theater

Musical opens July 8.

How to Succeed' at Alden Theater

Interchange Continues to Hurt Businesses

Signage fails to help businesses.

Interchange Continues to Hurt Businesses

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

County Split on Hospital

Scores of residents turn out at a public hearing on Broadlands Regional Medical Center; crowd includes employees and consultants on both sides.

County Split on Hospital

This Week in Great Falls

This Week in Great Falls

Faith

Faith

Classes and Workshops

Classes and Workshops

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Camp Notes

Camp Notes

Referendum Moves Forward

Referendum Moves Forward

Redesigning Tysons Corner

Community forum examines design options and smart growth.

Redesigning Tysons Corner

Senior Living

Senior Living

Business Notes

Business Notes

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Community Notes

Community Notes

Viewpoints

Viewpoints

Nightlife

Nightlife

Volunteering

Volunteering

People Notes

People Notes

Clubs and Organizations

Clubs and Organizations

Coming Soon: Reston Festival at RTC July 9-10

Coming Soon: Reston Festival at RTC July 9-10

For Historic House, an Uncertain Future

Antique quilt dealer Stella Rubin moves on.

For Historic House, an Uncertain Future

PEC's Alternative Plan

Piedmont Environmental Council wants to counteract county planning in Dulles south with a plan of its own; developer representatives attempt to flood resident input session.

PEC's Alternative Plan

Day Labor Site Application

Day Labor Site Application

Embrace Opportunities

Langley graduates told to seek out challenges, adventures.

Embrace Opportunities

Redesigning Tysons Corner

Community forum examines design options and smart growth.

Redesigning Tysons Corner

Arlington Then, Tysons Now

Citizens' meeting explores future of Tysons Corner.

Arlington Then, Tysons Now

Embrace Opportunities

Langley graduates told to seek out challenges, adventures.

Embrace Opportunities

Club Notes

Club Notes

Arlington Then, Tysons Now

Citizens' meeting explores future of Tysons Corner.

Arlington Then, Tysons Now

This Week in Potomac 6-29-05

This Week in Potomac 6-29-05

Franklin Sherman at 90

School celebrates 90 years of education

Franklin Sherman at 90

Painting: Death-Defying Act?

Local artists cope with health risks of art products.

Painting: Death-Defying Act?

Use Strengths to Leverage Weaknesses

Dr. Mel Levine provided advice to parents of children with learning challenges.

Use Strengths to Leverage Weaknesses

People

People

Mayr Re-elected

Mayr Re-elected

This Week in McLean

This Week in McLean

One Teen Found; One Still Missing

One Teen Found; One Still Missing

Arlington Then, Tysons Now

Citizens' meeting explores future of Tysons Corner.

Arlington Then, Tysons Now

Retiring in Peace

Ricki Harvey’s dismissed charges provides vindication for supporters.

Retiring in Peace

Having a Safe and Legal Fourth

Having a Safe and Legal Fourth

Rash of Chicken Pox Cases Raises Questions

Vaccine has drastically reduced cases and deaths. But will it leave some adults at risk?

Rash of Chicken Pox Cases Raises Questions

4th Annual Reston Grand Prix

4th Annual Reston Grand Prix

Searching for Hit-and-Run Driver

Investigators, friends remain hopeful in Solomon King case.

Searching for Hit-and-Run Driver

Two Maybes, One Yes

Three land-use questions get answered — in part — at a Monday meeting; the 'yes' was part of a settlement deal on property formerly owned by Supervisor Stephen Snow's campaign treasurer.

Two Maybes, One Yes

Saying Farewell

McLean High School graduates leave laughing.

Saying Farewell

Redesigning Tysons Corner

Community forum examines design options and smart growth.

Redesigning Tysons Corner

Property Owners Weigh In

Developers support planning changes to Dulles south area; some residents report skepticism.

Property Owners Weigh In

Residents Oppose Day Labor Site

Residents gather to discuss a proposed day labor site in town, express concerns and doubts.

Residents Oppose Day Labor Site

Pin Down the Process

Task force finalizes operational details.

Pin Down the Process

Sunday, June 26

Turning Around Jefferson Houston

Specialist Annette Shupe named principal.

Turning Around Jefferson Houston

Return to War

Reliving the Civil War at Fort Ward's Camp Day.

Return to War

Celebrating Emancipation

Juneteenth festival prompts entertainment and remembrance.

Celebrating Emancipation

Campagna Center Celebrates 60 years

Campagna Center Celebrates 60 years

Remembering the City's 'Right Arm'

Remembering the City's 'Right Arm'

Wednesday, June 22

Spartan Grads March

West Springfield High fetes 2005 graduates.

Spartan Grads March

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

College Notes

College Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Providence Celebrates Cultural Diversity

School Column

Providence Celebrates Cultural Diversity

School Notes

School Notes

College Notes

College Notes

School Notes

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College Notes

College Notes

School Notes

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Schools

Schools

College Notes

College Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

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Faith Notes

Faith Notes

College Notes

College Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

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Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Student Perseveres

David Dupuis applied himself during his senior year and it paid off.

Student Perseveres

School Notes

School Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Stone Bridge’s 'Youngsters' Graduate

High-school students came together and supported one another during their five years at Stone Bridge.

Stone Bridge’s 'Youngsters' Graduate

Real Estate

Real Estate

Student Perseveres

David Dupuis applied himself during his senior year and it paid off.

Student Perseveres

Dominion Grads Leave a Legacy

Dominion High graduates its first seniors.

Dominion Grads Leave a Legacy

After 37 years, Dugger Leaves Loudoun

She pushed to get girls' athletic teams in Loudoun.

After 37 years, Dugger Leaves Loudoun

Neighborhoods

Del Ray

Neighborhoods

GED Graduation Celebrated

GED Graduation Celebrated

School Notes

School Notes

Keep Repaying Debt

Graduates have a debt to pay for all of the support they received in high school.

Keep Repaying Debt

Calendar

Calendar

Ongoing

Ongoing

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Ongoing

Ongoing

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Firefighter’s Charcoal Sets Art World on Fire

Georgetown gallery hosts monthlong show of Andrew Devlin’s art.

Firefighter’s Charcoal Sets Art World on Fire

Neighborhoods

Seminary Valley

Neighborhoods

Cookbooks Prove Profitable for Non-Profits

Recipes compiled from local favorites.

Cookbooks Prove Profitable for Non-Profits

Jones Point Park Goes to Hearing

Is compromise proposal possible?

Jones Point Park Goes to Hearing

Honoring 50-Year Ministry

A congregation remembers its 15 years with George Pera.

Honoring 50-Year Ministry

Neighborhoods

Rosemont

Neighborhoods

Military Notes

Military Notes

An Hour and a Half of Highlights

MetroStage's new musical features two great singing actors.

An Hour and a Half of Highlights

'Boundary' Calls Challenge 911 System

Inaccurate location data, cell phones and internet providers challenge emergency response.

'Boundary' Calls Challenge 911 System

Centreville Graduates 425 Seniors

Centreville Graduates 425 Seniors

Little Lobbyists for Diabetes

Students take part in the ‘Children’s Congress’ for increased funding for diabetes research.

Little Lobbyists for Diabetes

Getting To Know ...

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Getting To Know ...

West Springfield's Parisian Prom

West Springfield High students enjoy their senior prom.

West Springfield's Parisian Prom

Minor Changes Made to Comprehensive Plan

Minor Changes Made to Comprehensive Plan

'The Greatest Generation'

Students get to meet with World War II veterans.

'The Greatest Generation'

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Shooting Victim Identified

Arlington police investigate second murder of the year.

Shooting Victim Identified

Spartan Grads March

West Springfield High fetes 2005 graduates.

Spartan Grads March

Fighting Time to Save a Baby

Young Arlington mother is being kept alive so that her baby can be born

Fighting Time to Save a Baby

Star Light, Star Bright

Clifton family's "laugh-friendly company" helps children through books and reading.

Star Light, Star Bright

Knolls Redevelopment Causes Affordable Housing Concerns

Knolls Redevelopment Causes Affordable Housing Concerns

Horrific I-66 Crash Claims Man's Life

Horrific I-66 Crash Claims Man's Life

After Devastating Crash, Josefson Battles Back

Able to walk again, teen graduates from Centreville High.

After Devastating Crash, Josefson Battles Back

Lee Indicted for Homicide

Lee Indicted for Homicide

Marsden Touts 'Record of Accomplishment'

Democrat Dave Marsden takes aim at Michael Golden as the 41st District race heats up.

Marsden Touts 'Record of Accomplishment'

Lake Braddock, Class of 2005

Secondary school celebrates its commencement ceremonies.

Lake Braddock, Class of 2005

Save The Brains! Keep DOD

Town Hall Meeting addresses Defense Department pull-out

Save The Brains! Keep DOD

Keeping the Songs Alive

Burke’s Susan Gaeta learns from singer/songwriter Flory Jagoda the heritage and music of the Sephardic Jews.

Keeping the Songs Alive

Crystal City: The New Downtown

The desert of office buildings is on its way to becoming a place to work , eat and play.

Crystal City: The New Downtown

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This Article Removed

Life in Prison: Anatomy of a Jury Decision

Federal jury cannot agree to impose death penalty on two Northern Virginia gang members.

Life in Prison: Anatomy of a Jury Decision

Residents Rail Against New ODay T ownhouses

Residents Rail Against New ODay T ownhouses

Lee Indicted for Homicide

Lee Indicted for Homicide

Fairfax Grads Look to the Future

City school conducts commencement ceremonies Tuesday.

Fairfax Grads Look to the Future

Mantua Elementary, In Good Health

Mantua Elementary wins Governor's Gold Award.

Mantua Elementary, In Good Health

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Getting To Know ...

Take it Back Now Y'All

Fairfax High seniors dance their last dance.

Take it Back Now Y'All

Residents Rail Against New ODay T ownhouses

Residents Rail Against New ODay T ownhouses

Keeping the Songs Alive

Burke’s Susan Gaeta learns from singer/songwriter Flory Jagoda the heritage and music of the Sephardic Jews.

Keeping the Songs Alive

Wireless Woes Hit Great Falls

GFCA Planning Committee hears DAS proposal from Nextel.

Wireless Woes Hit Great Falls

West Springfield's Parisian Prom

West Springfield High students enjoy their senior prom.

West Springfield's Parisian Prom

Spartan Grads March

West Springfield High fetes 2005 graduates.

Spartan Grads March

Getting To Know ...

Profile

Getting To Know ...

Marsden Touts 'Record of Accomplishment'

Democrat Dave Marsden takes aim at Michael Golden as the 41st District race heats up.

Marsden Touts 'Record of Accomplishment'

Lake Braddock, Class of 2005

Secondary school celebrates its commencement ceremonies.

Lake Braddock, Class of 2005

Little Lobbyists for Diabetes

Students take part in the ‘Children’s Congress’ for increased funding for diabetes research.

Little Lobbyists for Diabetes

Study: MetroWest May Hit Targets

Consultants release first part of draft report.

Study: MetroWest May Hit Targets

Panthers Move On

Potomac Falls' Class of 2005 celebrates memories.

Panthers Move On

Looking Back on Two Decades

Career resource specialist retires after 20 years.

Looking Back on Two Decades

Community Notes

Community Notes

Local Actor's Role Moves from Stage to Film

Gary Beach wraps up filming on “The Producers,” stars in “La Cage aux Folles.”

Local Actor's Role Moves from Stage to Film

Academy Takes Citizens Behind the Scenes

Participants get a chance to drive police cruisers and try the firing range.

Academy Takes Citizens Behind the Scenes

Crash Kills Driver

Betsy Roderick leaves behind a legacy of memories.

Crash Kills Driver

Sampling 'Taste of River Farm'

Fund-raiser benefits American Horticultural Society and Mount Vernon-Lee Education Partnership Scholarship Fund.

Sampling 'Taste of River Farm'

Right Person, Right Place, Right Time

Community and patients were always her prime concern

Right Person, Right Place, Right Time

Cookbooks Prove Profitable for Non-Profits

Recipes compiled from local favorites.

Cookbooks Prove Profitable for Non-Profits

Concerts in the Key of Family Fun

McLean Community Center Concert Series starts June 26.

Concerts in the Key of Family Fun

Fort Hunt Students Excel in WordMasters

Several fifth graders take top honors in national contest.

Fort Hunt Students Excel in WordMasters

An Hour and a Half of Highlights

MetroStage's new musical features two great singing actors.

An Hour and a Half of Highlights

'Boundary' Calls Challenge 911 System

Inaccurate location data, cell phones and internet providers challenge emergency response.

'Boundary' Calls Challenge 911 System

George: Still a Leader

George: Still a Leader

Pulley Center Hosts Transition Center

Tom Kelly steps in as keynote speaker.

Pulley Center Hosts Transition Center

Connolly Addresses Chamber

Chairman cites six key issues.

Connolly Addresses Chamber

Work Here, Live Elsewhere

Immigrants have a hard time finding affordable housing.

Work Here, Live Elsewhere

SLHS Seniors Prepare for Next Step

Students with disparate backgrounds take different paths to graduation next week June 21.

SLHS Seniors Prepare for Next Step

Many Attend Town Status Meeting

Reston Citizens Association held two meetings on Reston town status last week.

Many Attend Town Status Meeting

Military Intelligence in Springfield?

National Geospacial-Intelligence Agency could move to Springfield, based on the BRAC commission recommendations.

Military Intelligence in Springfield?

Passing the Baton

Marshall Road installs new SCA officers.

Passing the Baton

Board Approves Plan Changes on Frying Pan

Board Approves Plan Changes on Frying Pan

Proffer Amendment for Goat Farm

Builder still able to appeal county ruling.

Proffer Amendment for Goat Farm

Lake Anne Charrette Builds on Public Concern

The three-day charrette on Lake Anne revitalization allows community members to work through development issues.

Lake Anne Charrette Builds on Public Concern

Tea and Literature

Westbriar hosts Author's Tea for student writers.

Tea and Literature

Know When to Hold 'em ...

Task force to use colored cards in decision making process.

Know When to Hold 'em ...

Tempest in a Task Force

Public will be able to videotape task force meetings.

Tempest in a Task Force

West Springfield's Parisian Prom

West Springfield High students enjoy their senior prom.

West Springfield's Parisian Prom

Lake Braddock, Class of 2005

Secondary school celebrates its commencement ceremonies.

Lake Braddock, Class of 2005

Getting To Know ...

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Getting To Know ...

SL Class of 2005 Graduates With Positive Messages

SL Class of 2005 Graduates With Positive Messages

More Parking needed for White Oak?

Council also votes on Town Green project.

More Parking needed for White Oak?

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

Marsden Touts 'Record of Accomplishment'

Democrat Dave Marsden takes aim at Michael Golden as the 41st District race heats up.

Marsden Touts 'Record of Accomplishment'

Tempest in a Task Force

Public will be able to videotape task force meetings.

Tempest in a Task Force

Know When to Hold 'em ...

Task force to use colored cards in decision making process.

Know When to Hold 'em ...

Study: MetroWest May Hit Targets

Consultants release first part of draft report.

Study: MetroWest May Hit Targets

Tuesday, June 21

Drug Court Turns One

But future funding for pilot program is uncertain.

Drug Court Turns One

Calendar Notes

Calendar Notes

Camp Notes

Camp Notes

People

People

People Notes

People Notes

Camp Notes

Camp Notes

Around Town: Development

Around Town: Development

Business Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

People Notes

People Notes

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

McLean this Week

McLean this Week

Faith

Faith

Controlling Sediment

Controlling Sediment

Gardening Notes

Gardening Notes

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Two Plans, No Decision Yet

Both proposals for western Loudoun density move ahead; Citizens for Property Rights represents at Tuesday's meeting.

Two Plans, No Decision Yet

From New Girl To Pre-Med

Broad Run graduate faced a tough challenge as an immigrant and new student.

From New Girl To Pre-Med

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Community

Community

Business Notes

Business Notes

Integrating Immigrants into Loudoun

Integrating Immigrants into Loudoun

Cable From Verizon?

Council defers application by Verizon for cable franchise agreement, compares with Cox Communications contract.

Cable From Verizon?

Sock Drive a Success

Sock Drive a Success

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteering

Volunteering

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Spartans Head Off

Graduating class is close to perfect, Hatrick says.

Spartans Head Off

Great Falls this Week

Great Falls this Week

More Than Graduation

Dionte Henderson sees his graduation from McLean High School as a first accomplishment and the first step to a better life.

More Than Graduation

Goldsberry-Seeks Wed

Weddings

Goldsberry-Seeks Wed

Gardening Notes

Gardening Notes

Classes

Classes

Town Rewrites Zoning Ordinance

Planning Commission looks at consolidating current zoning ordinance, simplifying town zoning code.

Town Rewrites Zoning Ordinance

Classes

Classes

Experiencing Life in the Wilderness

Camp Fraser provides city children an outdoor experience

Experiencing Life in the Wilderness

Business Notes

Business Notes

Health

Health

Nurturing Brenda's Memory

Tree, bench installed behind Great Falls Elementary School in honor of Brenda MacDonald.

Nurturing Brenda's Memory

Generating Suicide Awareness

State, county organizations partner with faith communities in fight against depression and suicide

Generating Suicide Awareness

Community Notes

Community Notes

Fine Arts Scene

Fine Arts Scene

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Scavenger Hunt Teaches Virginia History

Students take field trip at local restaurant.

Scavenger Hunt Teaches Virginia History

International Soccer Comes to McLean

Ambassador's Cup tournament features teams from more than 12 nations.

International Soccer Comes to McLean

Experiencing Life in the Wilderness

Camp Fraser provides city children an outdoor experience.

Experiencing Life in the Wilderness

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

This Week in Arlington

This Week in Arlington

International Soccer Comes to McLean

Ambassador's Cup tournament features teams from more than 12 nations.

International Soccer Comes to McLean

Clubs

Clubs

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Nightlife

Nightlife

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Volunteer Notes

Volunteer Notes

Volunteer Notes

Volunteer Notes

Fine Arts Scene

Fine Arts Scene

Business Notes

Business Notes

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Community Notes

Community Notes

Business

Business

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Nurturing Brenda's Memory

Tree, bench installed behind Great Falls Elementary School in honor of Brenda MacDonald.

Nurturing Brenda's Memory

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Texas Suspect Caught Locally

Texas Suspect Caught Locally

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

On To U.Va.

Stone Bridge valedictorian a little nervous about leaving home.

On To U.Va.

Monday, June 20

Is Youth Soccer Too Competitive?

Tryout, travel teams can be major commitments. Finding right fit is key.

Is Youth Soccer Too Competitive?

This Week in Potomac 6-22-05

This Week in Potomac 6-22-05

Saum: King of Clubs

Whitman Graduation 2005

Saum: King of Clubs

Whitman, Wootton Graduates Pursue Dreams

Quinton Saum, Pallavi Mahidhara and Angela Fan

Whitman, Wootton Graduates Pursue Dreams

Mahidhara’s Goodbye Notes

Whitman Graduation 2005

Mahidhara’s Goodbye Notes

Falls Residents Oppose Path Location

Supporters, county officials say hiker biker path provides connectivity and safety.

Falls Residents Oppose Path Location

Fan’s Mission: Curing Cancer

Wootton Graduation 2005

Fan’s Mission: Curing Cancer

Service Academy Appointees Confident of Cause

Applications dip, but pool remains strong, academies say.

Service Academy Appointees Confident of Cause

Thursday, June 16

Cadets Bid NJROTC Instructor Farewell

Sgt. Maj. Wilfred Green retires after 10 years with Herndon High School.

Cadets Bid NJROTC Instructor Farewell

Living Lakeside: Drawn to Water

Living Lakeside: Drawn to Water

Wednesday, June 15

Historic District Expansion?

Civil War Preservation, Village Center, Proposed

Historic District Expansion?

West Goes as Lake Braddock Coach

After 13 years with lacrosse coach, Bruins cut ties.

West Goes as Lake Braddock Coach

Animal Welfare League Hits Hole in One

Families gather for 4th annual benefit.

Animal Welfare League Hits Hole in One

Living Legacy

Several generations of students remember Parker-Gray High School.

Living Legacy

Citizens March for Clean Air

Citizens March for Clean Air

'Batman Begins' at Old Town

First-run movie is first for renovated theater.

'Batman Begins' at Old Town

Camp Notes

Camp Notes

Volunteer Notes

Volunteer Notes

Clubs

Clubs

Classes

Classes

Council Receives Park Report

Special public hearing is scheduled for June 27

Council Receives Park Report

Life in Prison

Federal jury can’t agree to impose death penalty on two Northern Virginia gang members.

Life in Prison

Graduating into the Military

Area graduates who are entering the military take time to consider their decision

Graduating into the Military

Health Notes

Health Notes

Church Official Charged with Sodomy

Police have arrested a man after an incident at St. Mark's Lutheran in Springfield

Church Official Charged with Sodomy

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

People Notes

People Notes

Preventing SIDS

Baby's death prompts awareness about sudden infant deaths.

Preventing SIDS

Witnesses Identify Murder Suspect

A federal detective concludes that Mark Creasy was murdered during botched robbery.

Witnesses Identify Murder Suspect

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Englin Wins

Grassroots campaign yields victory.

Englin Wins

Calendar Notes

Calendar Notes

Laughs Top off Theater's Season

Little Theatre of Alexandria offers comedy of confusion.

Laughs Top off Theater's Season

Crime Rate Continues Historic Drop

Crime Rate Continues Historic Drop

Chantilly Wins Wachovia Cup

Named top AAA school for academics in the state, 7 out of 11 years.

Chantilly Wins Wachovia Cup

Police Charge Teens with Alcohol Possession

Police Charge Teens with Alcohol Possession

Golden Gets GOP Nod in 41st

Springfield attorney defeats Bill Finerfrock in the June 14 primary.

Golden Gets GOP Nod in 41st

Community Notes

Community Notes

Reps Run for 45th and 46th Seats

Republicans choose candidate to face winner of yesterday's Democratic primary.

Reps Run for 45th and 46th Seats

Dress Rehearsal for Disaster

The drill included local, state and federal law enforcement and fire and rescue teams.

Dress Rehearsal for Disaster

Chantilly Wins Wachovia Cup

Chantilly Wins Wachovia Cup

Schools

Schools

This Week in Arlington

This Week in Arlington

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Lacrosse Camp to Benefit Triplet Boys

Lacrosse Camp to Benefit Triplet Boys

Business Notes

Business Notes

Schools

Schools

Graduating into the Military

Area graduates who are entering the military take time to consider their decision

Graduating into the Military

'Outstanding Communicator' To Retire

Kings Park Elementary principal Mary Agnes Garman is retiring this year after 15 years at the school.

'Outstanding Communicator' To Retire

Camera Shy?

Task Force considers barring video recordings of meetings.

Camera Shy?

Rough Knights: Kellam Upsets Braddock

Bruins fall in physical state championship match.

Rough Knights: Kellam Upsets Braddock

Dr. Dremo's to Close

New plans call for a six to eight-story building with 165 apartments and commercial space.

Dr. Dremo's to Close

The $1.7 Million Orioles Dream

The $1.7 Million Orioles Dream

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Trio Saves Drowning Victim

Quick-thinking and CPR help to save Sean Song's life.

Trio Saves Drowning Victim

Englin Wins in 45th Primary

Candidate faces Gregerson in November election.

Englin Wins in 45th Primary

Man Charged With 9 Offenses

Man Charged With 9 Offenses

Getting To Know ...

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Getting To Know ...

The Three Heathers

Same name doesn't mean same high school experience.

The Three Heathers

Ballston Celebrates New Ice Rink

Even though the National Hockey League is still suspended, fans cheer the new rink where the Caps will hopefully practice.

Ballston Celebrates New Ice Rink

Mall Shoplifting Yields 18 Months Prison

Mall Shoplifting Yields 18 Months Prison

Enough Evidence To Convict

Judge to decide whether to accept Alford plea.

Enough Evidence To Convict

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

Physicist Thaler Dies

Physicist Thaler Dies

Yorktown Student Gets Suspended Sentence

Student who threatened a classmate through Instant Messenger apologizes for his actions and will remain under probation until age 18.

Yorktown Student Gets Suspended Sentence

Plotting Future Along Hunter MIll

Task Force will reccomend density for 314 acres.

Plotting Future Along Hunter MIll

Students Give Gift to Teacher

Students Give Gift to Teacher

Golden Gets GOP Nod in 41st

Springfield attorney defeats Bill Finerfrock in the June 14 primary.

Golden Gets GOP Nod in 41st

Health Notes

Health Notes

The Battle of Normandy Redux

Harry Crouch recalls the 61st anniversary of the Battle of Normandy, France.

The Battle of Normandy Redux

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Shanice Roberts Vies in National Championship

Shanice Roberts Vies in National Championship

Dugo Gets 20 Days in Jail

Dugo Gets 20 Days in Jail

Physicist Thaler Dies

Physicist Thaler Dies

A Child of History

Civil rights figure visits Louise Archer Elementary.

A Child of History

Getting To Know ...

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Getting To Know ...

'Outstanding Communicator' To Retire

Kings Park Elementary principal Mary Agnes Garman is retiring this year after 15 years at the school.

'Outstanding Communicator' To Retire

Playing for Keeps

Lewinsville Park case argued before State Supreme Court.

Playing for Keeps

Real Estate

Real Estate

Health Notes

Health Notes

It's All in The Cards

It's All in The Cards

Reimbursement Approved

GFCA will refund Citizens Against the Pipeline $200 for incorporation costs.

Reimbursement Approved

Getting To Know ...

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Getting To Know ...

City To Eat Weight Watchers Building

Council also listens to concerns about two-way traffic.

City To Eat Weight Watchers Building

Graduating into the Military

Area graduates who are entering the military take time to consider their decision

Graduating into the Military

Physicist Thaler Dies

Physicist Thaler Dies

Business Notes

Business Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

New Look for Maple Ave.?

Plan would reshape Maple Avenue into the future.

New Look for Maple Ave.?

A Road by Any Other Name

Lee Highway to become Fairfax Boulevard on July 1.

A Road by Any Other Name

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

The Three Heathers

Same name doesn't mean same high school experience.

The Three Heathers

Golden Gets GOP Nod in 41st

Springfield attorney defeats Bill Finerfrock in the June 14 primary.

Golden Gets GOP Nod in 41st

Controlling Sediment Loss

Workshop discusses the steps contractors take to minimize soil lost through heavy rain.

Controlling Sediment Loss

Lacrosse Camp To Benefit Triplet Boys

Camp offered in memory of former UVA star.

Lacrosse Camp To Benefit Triplet Boys

Democratic Women Gather

Cecile Richards addresses the annual Democratic Committee luncheon.

Democratic Women Gather

Son in Court on Murder of Mother

Son in Court on Murder of Mother

Craddock Beats Reese in 67th

Challenger upsets incumbent in 67th House race

Craddock Beats Reese in 67th

Construction Begins on Baha'i Center in Sterling

Construction Begins on Baha'i Center in Sterling

Health Notes

Health Notes

Hug After Hug

Hug After Hug

Celebrating 25 Years

Fox Mill Elementary School attendees, staff, parents reflect on a quarter century's worth of education.

Celebrating 25 Years

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health

Health

Identifying Tick-borne Illnesses

Fairfax County health department participates in tick survey to protect communities.

Identifying Tick-borne Illnesses

Dranesville Goes Back In Time

Students hold Medieval Festival as a way to learn history.

Dranesville Goes Back In Time

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

Community

Community

Looking For A Few Good Men And Women

Looking For A Few Good Men And Women

Gardens in Bloom

Gardens in Bloom

Fitch Goes AAA

Fitch Goes AAA

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Floris Students Portray Notable Characters

An in-depth study of historical figures ends in living display.

Floris Students Portray Notable Characters

Whitley-Schleiden Wed

Wedding

Whitley-Schleiden Wed

Business

Business

Development: A Big Concern

Development: A Big Concern

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Carjacking Suspect Sought

Carjacking Suspect Sought

Hospital Battle Heats Up

Hospital Battle Heats Up

Faith

Faith

People

People

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

May Tops Oprison

May Tops Oprison

Jewish Community

Jewish Community

Walking to Cure Diabetes

Walking to Cure Diabetes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Relay For Life Continues Success

Residents walk to raise money in the fight against cancer.

Relay For Life Continues Success

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Playground Stays

Playground Stays

Volunteering

Volunteering

Schools Notes

Schools Notes

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Schools Notes

Schools Notes

Schools Notes

Schools Notes

A Rabbit's Tale

A Rabbit's Tale

Business Notes

Business Notes

College Notes

College Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Kitchen Moves Outside

Outdoor Cooking has taken on a new meaning.

Kitchen Moves Outside

School Notes

School Notes

College Notes

College Notes

New Citizens Pledge Allegiance

Fifth Annual U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Ceremony held this week.

New Citizens Pledge Allegiance

Association Challenges Kings Crossing Plan

Retail/ commercial element remains below expectations.

Association Challenges Kings Crossing Plan

Controlling Sediment Loss

Workshop discusses the steps contractors take to minimize soil lost through heavy rain.

Controlling Sediment Loss

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Chamber Raises Funds Through Golf

Golfers enjoy day in spite of heat.

Chamber Raises Funds Through Golf

Camera Shy?

Task force considers barring video recordings of meetings.

Camera Shy?

Community

Community

Playing for Keeps

Lewinsville Park case argued before State Supreme Court.

Playing for Keeps

Animal Welfare League Hits Hole in One

Families gather for 4th annual benefit.

Animal Welfare League Hits Hole in One

Starting a Dream

Potomac School holds groundbreaking ceremony for $40 million expansion project.

Starting a Dream

Democratic Women Gather

Cecile Richards addresses the annual Democratic Committee luncheon.

Democratic Women Gather

McLean Encourages Later Start Times

MCA passes resolution encouraging 8 a.m. school start.

McLean Encourages Later Start Times

Light Turnout for Primary

Fairly equal turnout for both parties in 44th District.

Light Turnout for Primary

Laughs Top Off Theater's Season

Little Theatre of Alexandria offers comedy of confusion.

Laughs Top Off Theater's Season

This Week in Potomac 6-15-05

This Week in Potomac 6-15-05

Riding Benefits Students with Special Needs

Simple Changes Inc. gives lessons at Meadowood.

Riding Benefits Students with Special Needs

Making Impact One Person at at Time

Deloitte & Touche employees volunteer their time to help UCM.

Making Impact One Person at at Time

GRACE Grand Opening Features Reston Artists

Artists with Reston roots provided art for GRACE's inaugural exhibit in its new space at Reston Town Center.

GRACE Grand Opening Features Reston Artists

'Outstanding Communicator' To Retire

Kings Park Elementary principal Mary Agnes Garman is retiring this year after 15 years at the school.

'Outstanding Communicator' To Retire

The Three Heathers

Same name doesn't mean same high school experience.

The Three Heathers

Rocket Science 101

Kilmer students launch homemade rockets.

Rocket Science 101

Governing Documents Campaign

Reston Association released its plan to encourage passage of proposed governing documents

Governing Documents Campaign

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Schools

Schools

Calendar Notes

Calendar Notes

Nightlife

Nightlife

Health Notes

Health Notes

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Clubs

Clubs

Classes

Classes

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Volunteer Notes

Volunteer Notes

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Community Notes

Community Notes

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Calendar

Calendar

Fine Arts Scene

Fine Arts Scene

'Return to Vietnam'

Story of lost love rediscovered starts June 17

'Return to Vietnam'

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

'Return to Vietnam'

Story of lost love rediscovered starts June 17

'Return to Vietnam'

People Notes

People Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Fine Arts Scene

Fine Arts Scene

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Camp Notes

Camp Notes

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Plotting Future Along Hunter Mill

Task Force will reccomend density for 314 acres.

Plotting Future Along Hunter Mill

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Business Notes

Business Notes

Tuesday, June 14

Total Reimbursement in Question

State will pay for a portion of the filtration system.

Total Reimbursement in Question

Great Falls this Week

Great Falls this Week

This Week in McLean

This Week in McLean

Drama Policy Still Up in Air

Three dozen people provide their views on proposed policy on school plays.

Drama Policy Still Up in Air

Monday, June 13

Potomac Conservationist Robert Lavell Dies at 83

Potomac Conservationist Robert Lavell Dies at 83

Fresh and Local

Fresh and Local

At Tournament, Rescuers on Duty

Medic staff responds to crowd of thousands at Booz Allen

At Tournament, Rescuers on Duty

Scouts Earn Top Honor

Four recognized at Our Lady of Mercy

Scouts Earn Top Honor

A Healing Place

A Healing Place

Helping Women Progress Globally

Helping Women Progress Globally

Bike Path Moves Forward

Supporters, opponents will speak at June 20 public meeting.

Bike Path Moves Forward

Disrupted Projects Linger

Brent Road house slips between county agencies.

Disrupted Projects Linger

Canal Boat Gets Lift from Local Scouts

Friends of Historic Great Falls Tavern pass halfway mark in fund-raising efforts to replace canal boat.

Canal Boat Gets Lift from Local Scouts

Sunday, June 12

Finerfrock Getting Back In

Republican Bill Finerfrock seeks 41st District seat in the House of Delegates.

Finerfrock Getting Back In

Michael Golden

Michael Golden

Golden Seeks 41st House Seat

Michael Golden aims to fill seat being vacated by Del. James Dillard (R-41).

Golden Seeks 41st House Seat

Albo Seeks Seventh Term

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

Albo Seeks Seventh Term

Sickles Seeks Re-election

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

Sickles Seeks Re-election

Werkheiser Vies for 42nd Seat

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

Werkheiser Vies for 42nd Seat

Greg Werkheiser

Greg Werkheiser

Mark Sickles

Mark Sickles

Robinson Tops Cappies

'Morph' wins 6 awards.

Robinson Tops Cappies

Bill Finerfrock

Bill Finerfrock

Thursday, June 9

Leaving Pets at Home

Pet sitters are a popular option during vacation season.

Leaving Pets at Home

High Prices, Risky Mortgages

Loudoun's white-hot real estate market shows no signs of slowing, but affordable housing is still hard to find.

High Prices, Risky Mortgages

Student Art To Accompany Symphony's Festival

Children's Arts Festival on June 12 in Alexandria.

Student Art To Accompany Symphony's Festival

Calendar

Calendar

Student Art Accompanie Symphony's Potter Festival

Student Art Accompanie Symphony's Potter Festival

SYA President Is Lord Fairfax

Gary Flather will continue bringing youth sports to the community.

SYA President Is Lord Fairfax

High Prices, Risky Mortgages

Loudoun's white-hot real estate market shows no signs of slowing, but affordable housing is still hard to find.

High Prices, Risky Mortgages

Student Art To Accompany Symphony's Festival

Student Art To Accompany Symphony's Festival

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Westfield's 'Fiddler' Wins Three Cappie Awards

Westfield's 'Fiddler' Wins Three Cappie Awards

Robinson Tops Cappie Awards

Vienna's Sam Rabinovitz wins a Cappie.

Robinson Tops Cappie Awards

School Notes

School Notes

Potomac Yard Plan Still Evolving

Potomac Yard Plan Still Evolving

Former Chantilly Man Killed in Afghanistan

Former Chantilly Man Killed in Afghanistan

Sinacore Guilty

Jury deliberates for 90 minutes in Child Pornography case.

Sinacore Guilty

Only a Test

Patriot Center is site of practice emergency exercise.

Only a Test

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Getting To Know ...

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Shovels, Sunshine and Joy at Church Groundbreaking

Shovels, Sunshine and Joy at Church Groundbreaking

Sampling Taste of River Farm

Fund-raiser benefits American Horticultural Society and Mount Vernon-Lee Education Partnership Scholarship Fund.

Sampling Taste of River Farm

Sinacore Guilty

Jury deliberates for 90 minutes in Child Pornography case.

Sinacore Guilty

Angry Residents Demand Answers

Homeowners confront utilities about property damage.

Angry Residents Demand Answers

Calendar

Calendar

Long-Time Resident Recognized

William Tirrell Sr. scheduled to receive Silver Beaver Award, the highest honor bestowed on an adult by the Boy Scouts.

Long-Time Resident Recognized

County Supports Site

Herndon and Fairfax County are working toward creating a formal day labor site in town.

County Supports Site

Two Western Zoning Plans Advance

Supervisor Jim Clem is the swing vote.

Two Western Zoning Plans Advance

Free Clinic Expands Patient-Reach

Volunteer-run clinic expands clientele to identify and assist adults with high blood pressure.

Free Clinic Expands Patient-Reach

Founding Firefighter Dies

Charlie Fletcher was Ashburn Volunteer Fire Department's chaplain and president.

Founding Firefighter Dies

Remembering Younger Days

Remembering Younger Days

Paula Elsey Is Lady Fairfax

Paula Elsey Is Lady Fairfax

Storm Water, Development Bad Mix

Increasing development and no control over storm water means more flooding.

Storm Water, Development Bad Mix

Health Notes

Health Notes

Church Dream Becomes Reality

A mission church "to serve the least and lost among us."

Church Dream Becomes Reality

New Zoning Concept Takes Shape

Project to lead way for infill development.

New Zoning Concept Takes Shape

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Sinacore Guilty

Jury deliberates for 90 minutes in Child Pornography case.

Sinacore Guilty

Health Notes

Health Notes

Leaving Pets at Home

Pet sitters are a popular option during vacation season.

Leaving Pets at Home

News Briefs

News Briefs

Shifflett Wins Essay Contest

Winning is cause for family to celebrate.

Shifflett Wins Essay Contest

Student Art To Accompany Symphony's Festival

Student Art To Accompany Symphony's Festival

Only a Test

Patriot Center is site of practice emergency exercise.

Only a Test

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Getting To Know ...

Calendar

Calendar

Village Centre's New Manager

Kelly Rafko is Jill-of-All-Trades in Great Falls

Village Centre's New Manager

Robinson Tops Cappie Awards

Awards presented at Kennedy Center gala.

Robinson Tops Cappie Awards

Final Tribute for Dockmaster

Final Tribute for Dockmaster

Calendar

Calendar

When Will Bolen Park Be Finished?

With developer out of picture, park is underfunded.

When Will Bolen Park Be Finished?

Bringing Charity Home

Women from McLean organize fund-raiser for underprivileged children.

Bringing Charity Home

Crime Log

Crime Log

Art Scene

Art Scene

Court Upholds City Planning

Motion is filed to reimburse owner associations for incurred costs.

Court Upholds City Planning

Fire Destroys Couple's Home

Fire Destroys Couple's Home

Natural Theatricals Opens with Euripides' ‘Ion’

Three plays scheduled for the 2005 season

Natural Theatricals Opens with Euripides' ‘Ion’

Bringing Charity Home

Women from McLean organize fund-raiser for underprivileged children.

Bringing Charity Home

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Robinson Tops Cappies

'Morph' wins 6 awards.

Robinson Tops Cappies

Robinson Tops Cappies

'Morph' earns 6 awards.

Robinson Tops Cappies

Westfield, Robinson Take Top Honors

Westfield, Robinson Take Top Honors

Construction Sites = Construction Thefts

Loudoun's many construction sites make it prime ground for stealing material and equipment.

Construction Sites = Construction Thefts

Student Art Accompanies Symphony's Potter Festival

Student Art Accompanies Symphony's Potter Festival

Health

Health

Business

Business

Thinking Green

Eagle Scout builds community compost bins for project.

Thinking Green

Calendar

Calendar

Tim Harmon 5K Event is June 18

Tim Harmon 5K Event is June 18

West Potomac Students Publish Essays

‘White House Under Fire’ selling well after initial release.

West Potomac Students Publish Essays

Beware 'Travelers'

Always ask solicitors for identification provided by Sheriff's Office.

Beware 'Travelers'

Student Art To Accompany Symphony's Festival

Student Art To Accompany Symphony's Festival

Only a Test

Patriot Center is site of practice emergency exercise.

Only a Test

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Clifton Presbyterian Church Plans a New Addition

Clifton Presbyterian Church Plans a New Addition

Health Notes

Health Notes

Storm Water, Development Bad Mix

Increasing development and no control over storm water means more flooding.

Storm Water, Development Bad Mix

Music

Music

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

Health Notes

Health Notes

Museum Exhibits

Museum Exhibits

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Bucknell Celebrates 50th Anniversary

Food, games and fun bring together new and old students.

Bucknell Celebrates 50th Anniversary

Calendar

Calendar

Student Art Accompanies Symphony's Potter Festival

Student Art Accompanies Symphony's Potter Festival

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Calendar

Calendar

School Notes

School Notes

Great Falls Hosts Art Festival This Weekend

Local artists join Maryland group's Art Festival at the Grange this weekend.

Great Falls Hosts Art Festival This Weekend

Sinacore Guilty

Jury deliberates for 90 minutes in Child Pornography case.

Sinacore Guilty

Student Art To Accompany Symphony's Festival

Student Art To Accompany Symphony's Festival

Trading State For T.C.

How Kerry Donley became the new athletic director at T.C. Williams.

Trading State For T.C.

Another Win for Nature

Easement extends "no-build' area along creek.

Another Win for Nature

Community Notes

Community Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Prom Finally Arrives

Prom Finally Arrives

Wednesday, June 8

Primary Election Tuesday

Primary Election Tuesday

Principal Anne Brooks Retires

Park View High School says goodbye to the principal.

Principal Anne Brooks Retires

Year-Round School?

Symposium examines the benefits of going to school all year.

Year-Round School?

Call for Citizens

Call for Citizens

People

People

Elixer of Jade Tapped for Opening Gig

Band wins competition with seven others.

Elixer of Jade Tapped for Opening Gig

Real Estate

Real Estate

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

Calculating Calder:The Art of Math

Glebe student calculate the art of Alexander Calder.

Calculating Calder:The Art of Math

Real Estate

Real Estate

Faith

Faith

New Principals Assigned to Arlington Schools

Three elementary schools will have new principals for the upcoming academic year.

New Principals Assigned to Arlington Schools

Schools

Schools

Annual Celtic Festival to Feature Rugby Matches

The annual event also has new bands and workshops this year.

Annual Celtic Festival to Feature Rugby Matches

Business

Business

Community

Community

Board Approves Washington-Lee Design

Residents voice outrage over cost overruns

Board Approves Washington-Lee Design

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Machete Attack a 'Tipping Point'

Officials see larger concerns connected to gang-related incident.

Machete Attack a 'Tipping Point'

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Speakers Set for 2005 Graduations

Speakers Set for 2005 Graduations

Remembering the Fallen

Veterans are remembered at Sterling Park's annual Memorial Day ceremony.

Remembering the Fallen

Cliques Vary Among Schools

Teens and their parents discuss school cliques.

Cliques Vary Among Schools

Arlington Symphony Disbands

After more than 60 years of performing, the Arlington Symphony has declared bankruptcy and will no longer perform.

Arlington Symphony Disbands

Bus Burns Outside School

No one was injured in the blaze, but the bus was totaled.

Bus Burns Outside School

Running for Awareness

Race event honors memory of Sterling resident and raises awareness of Hepatitis C.

Running for Awareness

Tuesday, June 7

Fine Arts Scene

Fine Arts Scene

Wakefield, Woodlawn Win Cappies Honors

Arlington made a strong showing, taking home six awards.

Wakefield, Woodlawn Win Cappies Honors

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

At First Glance …

Some initial counts are released in MetroWest transit study.

At First Glance …

Arlington this Week

Arlington this Week

Calendar

Calendar

Senior Living

Senior Living

Crime Update: Smith Arrested

Crime Update: Smith Arrested

Nightlife

Nightlife

Fine Arts Scene

Fine Arts Scene

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

The Fix-It Crew

Two Hayfield students win a state auto mechanic competition for speed and quality of repairs.

The Fix-It Crew

Vienna Hosts Its First Relay

Relay for Life set for June 18.

Vienna Hosts Its First Relay

Making Room on Board

The Reston Association board agreed to designate a spot on the 9-member board for a commercial owner if they begin joining RA.

Making Room on Board

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Calendar

Calendar

McLean this Week

McLean this Week

Gardening Notes

Gardening Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Gardening Notes

Gardening Notes

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Pierre Faces 20 Years in Jail

Pierre sentenced to 20 years for robbery and abduction of senator's wife.

Pierre Faces 20 Years in Jail

Business Notes

Business Notes

McLean Students Win Two Cappies

McLean Students Win Two Cappies

A Queen is Crowned

The 2005 Miss Springfield is a student at Northern Virginia Community College

A Queen is Crowned

Wedderburn Decision Deferred

Planning Commission will wait for Board of Supervisors to act.

Wedderburn Decision Deferred

Aldrin Visits Namesake

Buzz Aldrin celebrates Aldrin Elementary School’s 10th Birthday.

Aldrin Visits Namesake

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

The Fix-It Crew

Two Hayfield students win a state auto mechanic competition for speed and quality of repairs.

The Fix-It Crew

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

The Fix-It Crew

Two Hayfield students win a state auto mechanic competition for speed and quality of repairs.

The Fix-It Crew

Bridging the Gap

Local organizations sponsor conference on mental health and suicide prevention for communities of faith.

Bridging the Gap

Bridging the Gap

Local organizations sponsor conference on mental health and suicide prevention for communities of faith.

Bridging the Gap

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

Great Falls this Week

Great Falls this Week

What’s in the Water?

Council sets water rate, approves budget.

What’s in the Water?

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Survey of Restonion Shows Views on Recreation

The Reston survey results, announced two weeks ago, provides a snapshot of the community’s recreational activity.

Survey of Restonion Shows Views on Recreation

Beecroft Sentenced

Mental health issues cited in case involving burning of Springfield home.

Beecroft Sentenced

A Festive Heritage

Accotink Park hosts a 'Heritage Day' as part of the Springfield Days festivities

A Festive Heritage

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Bridging the Gap

Local organizations sponsor conference on mental health and suicide prevention for communities of faith.

Bridging the Gap

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Judge Denies Murder Suspect's Bond Request

Court proceedings continue in Springfield murder case.

Judge Denies Murder Suspect's Bond Request

Calendar

Calendar

McLean Students Win Two Cappies

McLean Students Win Two Cappies

Monday, June 6

Wootton Graduation 2005

Photo Gallery

Wootton Graduation 2005

Schools Notebook 6-8-05

Schools Notebook 6-8-05

Sidewalk to Nowhere Changes County Policy

Funds now able to be applied to site needing sidewalk.

Sidewalk to Nowhere Changes County Policy

Retail Shuffle Leaves Empty Storefronts

Eckerd pulls out of plan to take over Gap space.

Retail Shuffle Leaves Empty Storefronts

Rallying for 'Walmart Bill'

Politicians, health care groups call for veto override.

Rallying for 'Walmart Bill'

Churchill Graduation 2005

Photo Gallery

Churchill Graduation 2005

Task Force To Clip Future Clear-Cuts

More than 200 turn out to meeting about Dan Snyder’s tree clearing along the C&O Canal

Task Force To Clip Future Clear-Cuts

Jewayni Thinks Globally

Churchill Graduation 2005

Jewayni Thinks Globally

This Week in Potomac 6-8-05

This Week in Potomac 6-8-05

Walk Supports Food and Friends

Walk Supports Food and Friends

Bashed In?

Bells Mill Bash

Bashed In?

Prison Succeeds Where Schools Failed

GED program targets those in maximum security.

Prison Succeeds Where Schools Failed

Whitman Graduation 2005

Photo Gallery

Whitman Graduation 2005

George Turns the Page

Churchill Graduation 2005

George Turns the Page

Sunday, June 5

Economy of Scale?

New city complex would include police headquarters, DASH facility and recreational fields.

Economy of Scale?

Wednesday, June 1

Lieutenant Governor, Republican Nomination

Bill Bolling (R)

Lieutenant Governor, Republican Nomination

Calendar

Calendar

Work Group Splits Park Recommendation

After three meetings, Work Group agrees to disagree.

Work Group Splits Park Recommendation

Calendar

Calendar

State Delegate, 37th District, Republican Primary

John Mason (R)

State Delegate, 37th District, Republican Primary

Attorney General, Republican Nomination

Steve Baril (R)

Attorney General, Republican Nomination

Old Town

Old Town

Contractor Wins Award

Traditional wood-fired Italian ovens are being installed in Northern Virginia kitchens.

Contractor Wins Award

Execution Date Set in Lovitt Case

Ken Starr appeals to the state on the grounds that Lovitt's case was mishandled.

Execution Date Set in Lovitt Case

State Delegate, 35th District, Republican Primary

Arthur Purves (R)

State Delegate, 35th District, Republican Primary

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

State Delegate, 45th District, Democratic Primary

Richard R. G. Hobson (D)

State Delegate, 45th District, Democratic Primary

College Notes

College Notes

High Flyers

Academy students awarded AFROTC scholarships.

High Flyers

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Primary Election 2005

Primary Election 2005

Adams Publishes First Book

Explores role of Bowery Boys in more detail.

Adams Publishes First Book

Rosemont

Rosemont

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Two-Party Primary

Voters will have to choose a Democratic ballot or a Republican ballot.

Two-Party Primary

Man Killed Near Trail

The body of an Alexandria man was found Saturday near the Mount Vernon Trail.

Man Killed Near Trail

State Delegate, 33rd District, Republican Primary

Chris Oprison (R)

State Delegate, 33rd District, Republican Primary

State Delegate, 41st District, Republican Primary

Bill Finerfrock (R)

State Delegate, 41st District, Republican Primary

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

Honoring Those Who Served

Annual Ride of the Patriots honors current and former soldiers.

Honoring Those Who Served

State Delegate, 45th District, Democratic Primary

E.T. “Libby” Garvey (D)

State Delegate, 45th District, Democratic Primary

LST Welcomes Visitors

LST Welcomes Visitors

High Flyers

Academy students awarded AFROTC scholarships.

High Flyers

State Delegate, 45th District Democratic Primary

Laura Mandala (D)

State Delegate, 45th District Democratic Primary

Memorial Day Remembrance

Leesburg's annual celebration for America's armed forces has persevered after almost dying out several years ago.

Memorial Day Remembrance

State Delegate, 45th District Democratic Primary

Jim Lay (D)

State Delegate, 45th District Democratic Primary

State Delegate, 37th District, Repupublican Primary

Jim Kaplan (R)

State Delegate, 37th District, Repupublican Primary

State Delegate, 67th District Republican Primary

Gary Reese (R)

State Delegate, 67th District Republican Primary

Shut it Down?

Consulting firm makes recommendations to RA to close facilities with low-capacity utilization.

Shut it Down?

Change Surprises ARHA

Some public housing residents affected by tax credit limit.

Change Surprises ARHA

Lieutenant Governor, Democratic Nomination

Viola Baskerville (D)

Lieutenant Governor, Democratic Nomination

Delegate, 45th District, Democratic Primary

David Englin (D)

Delegate, 45th District, Democratic Primary

News Briefs

News Briefs

State Delegate, 37th District, Democratic Primary

Janet Oleszek (D)

State Delegate, 37th District, Democratic Primary

State Delegate, 41st District, Republican Primary

MIchael Golden (R)

State Delegate, 41st District, Republican Primary

FEMA Drops Bill on Belle View Owners

Repayment letters sent to over 100 owners.

FEMA Drops Bill on Belle View Owners

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Rum Punch Challenges Old Town

Rum Punch Challenges Old Town

State Delegate, 33rd District, Republican Primary

Joe T. May (R)

State Delegate, 33rd District, Republican Primary

Rum Punch Challenges Old Town

Rum Punch Challenges Old Town

Attorney General, Republican Nomination

Robert F. McDonnell (R)

Attorney General, Republican Nomination

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Calendar

Calendar

Washington-Lee Evacuated After Threat

Second Arlington student is arrested following an Instant Messenger message.

Washington-Lee Evacuated After Threat

Nightlife

Nightlife

School Notes

School Notes

Clubs

Clubs

New Insights Transform Carlyle

Rooms change function as museum evolves.

New Insights Transform Carlyle

Seminary Valley

Seminary Valley

School Notes

School Notes

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Illegal-Gambling Sentence

Centreville Man gets 3 years suspended for poker games.

Illegal-Gambling Sentence

BRAC Brings Transit Woes

Local leaders ask Defense Department for transit funds.

BRAC Brings Transit Woes

State Delegate, 45th District Democratic Primary

Elsie Mosqueda (D)

State Delegate, 45th District Democratic Primary

Reese Runs For Re-Election

Vies against Chris Craddock in the 67th Dist.

Reese Runs For Re-Election

Community Role Models Rally for Environment

Forum focuses on saving the planet through local action.

Community Role Models Rally for Environment

State Delegate, 35th District, Republican Primary

James E. Hyland (R)

State Delegate, 35th District, Republican Primary

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

A Sad Farewell To Stephen DeBell

A Sad Farewell To Stephen DeBell

Grounds for a Good Time

Things are really perking up at the Clifton Coffee Mill.

Grounds for a Good Time

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Focus Groups: Mixed Reviews

After two weeks of focus groups on Lake Anne revitalization, residents still have many unanswered questions.

Focus Groups: Mixed Reviews

Memorial Day Celebration

Memorial Day Celebration

School Notes

School Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Family, Friends Mourn Eugene Harmon, 86

Deacon of Mount Olive Baptist Church for three decades.

Family, Friends Mourn Eugene Harmon, 86

State Delegate, 35th District, Republican Primary

Edward Robinson (R)

State Delegate, 35th District, Republican Primary

Pfaff Truck Arrives

SunSewVac customers take advantage of demonstrations.

Pfaff Truck Arrives

Festival Returns for 12th Year

Festival Returns for 12th Year

Remembering Those Who Died

American Legion Post 270 celebrated Memorial Day at McLean High School.

Remembering Those Who Died

Lieutenant Governor, Democratic Nomination

Leslie L. Byrne (D)

Lieutenant Governor, Democratic Nomination

Lieutenant Governor, Democratic Nomination

J. Chapman "Chap" Petersen (D)

Lieutenant Governor, Democratic Nomination

Real Estate

Real Estate

Del Ray

Del Ray

Lieutenant Governor, Democratic Nomination

Phillip Puckett (D)

Lieutenant Governor, Democratic Nomination

State Delegate, 37th District, Democratic Primary

David Bulova (D)

State Delegate, 37th District, Democratic Primary

Lieutenant Governor, Republican Nomination

Sean Connaughton (R)

Lieutenant Governor, Republican Nomination

Film Credits Accumulate for West Potomac Grad

Missy Cohen finishes work on ‘Cinderella Man’ and starts ‘The Producers.’

Film Credits Accumulate for West Potomac Grad

Honoring Those Who Have Served

American Legion honors the living and the dead at the Alexandria National Cemetery.

Honoring Those Who Have Served

Pond slowly drying, drying

A decision has yet to be made regarding the dried-up amenity pond behind Carter Lake Apartments.

Pond slowly drying, drying

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

'Over the River' at Alden Theater

Comedy about family priorities on stage this weekend.

'Over the River' at Alden Theater