Stories for March 2005

Stories for March 2005

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Thursday, March 31

County Raises Income Gap for Preschool

The income ceiling for families applying to Arlington’s preschool program is now $62,000.

County Raises Income Gap for Preschool

More Funding for Homeless

New organization wants more money spent on homeless veterans by spending less on illegal immigrants.

More Funding for Homeless

Moran Warns of Cuts

County to face CDBG loss and new defense standards

Moran Warns of Cuts

Gladly Learn and Gladly Teach

A young advocate for people with developmental disabilities learns about county government and offers a few ideas himself.

Gladly Learn and Gladly Teach

A map for new fields in Greenbrier Park

New Sports Field for Greenbrier Park

A map for new fields in Greenbrier Park

Vision of Children

Vision of Children

Wednesday, March 30

Faith listings

Faith listings

News Briefs

News Briefs

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith notes

Faith notes

New Clues from an Old House

Lee-Fendall House reveals mystery and offers hints.

New Clues from an Old House

Neighbors Say Proposal 'Sprawl, Not Smart Growth'

Task force to be appointed will study large swath of land along Hunter Mill Road.

Neighbors Say Proposal 'Sprawl, Not Smart Growth'

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

News Briefs

News Briefs

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Protective Measures

County pilots revised sexual education program while parents and residents debate merits.

Protective Measures

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

A Letter from the General

Washington remembers fighting for the British empire.

A Letter from the General

News Briefs

News Briefs

ARHA Approves '05 Budget

ARHA Approves '05 Budget

Camps & Schools Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Where's Norfolk? Ask Scott

White Oaks sixth grader Scott Nordstrom will compete in the state Geographic Bee in Norfolk this weekend.

Where's Norfolk? Ask Scott

Keeping the Memory of Jeff Kaylor Alive

Keeping the Memory of Jeff Kaylor Alive

Gambling Charges Yield 2 Suspended Sentences

Gambling Charges Yield 2 Suspended Sentences

News Briefs

News Briefs

Japanese Teachers Visit Middle School

Visitors interested in how classrooms make use of newspapers.

Japanese Teachers Visit Middle School

Masons Honor Pepper

Masons Honor Pepper

Outer Loop Closed Overnight Saturday

Outer Loop Closed Overnight Saturday

Outer Loop Closed Overnight Saturday

Outer Loop Closed Overnight Saturday

Robbing the Dead

Robbing the Dead

2 Months Jail for Blackwell

New Year's Eve sleep-over in Chantilly leads to trouble.

2 Months Jail for Blackwell

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Newspapers Needed

Newspapers Needed

Hartmann Shares Vision

Rotary hears about Alexandria — today and tomorrow.

Hartmann Shares Vision

Chief Defends Request for More Officers

Chief asks for more patrol officers from City Council.

Chief Defends Request for More Officers

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

College Notes

College Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Community

Community

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Obituaries

Obituaries

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Rape Cases Go To Grand Jury

Rape Cases Go To Grand Jury

Getting To Know ... Jeff Rupp

Profile

Getting To Know ... Jeff Rupp

Paintball Crime: 11 Months Jail

Third of three cousins is sentenced.

Paintball Crime: 11 Months Jail

A 20 Year Journey

Overkill rolls into Jaxx on Friday, April 8.

A 20 Year Journey

Of Portraits, Families and War

Exhibit reveals faces of American military personnel killed in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Of Portraits, Families and War

Supply and Demand

Rising property tax bills prompt questions.

Supply and Demand

Camps and Schools Notes

Camps and Schools Notes

Centreville Boy, 15, Sentenced for Crimes

One of eight juveniles charged with burglaries.

Centreville Boy, 15, Sentenced for Crimes

'Guys and Dolls' at Rocky Run

Musical will be performed April 7-10.

'Guys and Dolls' at Rocky Run

Euille's 'Hybrid Task Force' Under Way

Yesterday and tomorrow clash over park's future uses.

Euille's 'Hybrid Task Force' Under Way

Port City Playhouse Produces 'Fences'

Ed Bishop directs African-American cast.

Port City Playhouse Produces 'Fences'

Commentary from the Conductor

WMP to celebrate community collaborations in upcoming concerts.

Commentary from the Conductor

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Gambling Charges Yield 2 Suspended Sentences

Gambling Charges Yield 2 Suspended Sentences

Camps & Schools Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Good Friday Tour Highlights Homeless

Should more real estate tax revenue go toward affordable housing?

Good Friday Tour Highlights Homeless

College Notes

College Notes

Obituaries

Obituaries

College Notes

College Notes

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Camps & Schools Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Outer Loop Closed Overnight Saturday

Outer Loop Closed Overnight Saturday

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Annual Run Draws Crowd

Children of all ages enjoy this race.

Annual Run Draws Crowd

Centreville Boy, 15, Sentenced for Crimes

One of eight juveniles charged with burglaries.

Centreville Boy, 15, Sentenced for Crimes

News Briefs

News Briefs

People

People

Port City Playhouse Produces Fences

Ed Bishop directs all African-American cast.

Port City Playhouse Produces Fences

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Annual Tea Benefits Stratford Hall

Annual Tea Benefits Stratford Hall

Public Use on Private Land?

Soccer field used for ‘pick-up games’ may be rezoned for public use.

Public Use on Private Land?

Planning Ahead Takes on New Urgency

Schiavo case increases awareness of need for living wills.

Planning Ahead Takes on New Urgency

Schools

Schools

Office on Women Honors 13

Annual awards banquet packs the house.

Office on Women Honors 13

Turn Off the Lights

Students to participate in light-switch contest.

Turn Off the Lights

‘Blast’ Serves Up Food, Money, Paradise

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

‘Blast’ Serves Up Food, Money, Paradise

Real Estate

Real Estate

Slender Lady Celebrates Opening

Chamber members and friends gather for opening of new store.

Slender Lady Celebrates Opening

School Notes

School Notes

'Guys and Dolls' at Rocky Run

Musical will be performed April 7-10.

'Guys and Dolls' at Rocky Run

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Officers Respond Quickly

Arrests made in three cases

Officers Respond Quickly

Faith notes

Faith notes

No Cold Classrooms

Two Sterling schools will receive new heating systems.

No Cold Classrooms

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Planning Ahead Takes on New Urgency

Schiavo Case Increases Awareness of Need for Living Wills.

Planning Ahead Takes on New Urgency

Princess for a Night Helps Teens' Dreams

Organizers looking for donations of formal prom attire

Princess for a Night Helps Teens' Dreams

Faith notes

Faith notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Looking Good: SFDC's Business Goal

A spring spruce-up for Route 1 entrepreneurs.

Looking Good: SFDC's Business Goal

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Thrift Store Prepares for Grand Re-opening

Store to reveal new look on Saturday

Thrift Store Prepares for Grand Re-opening

International Night Energizes West Potomac

Event becoming an evolving West Potomac tradition.

International Night Energizes West Potomac

Health Notes

Health Notes

Roundups

Roundups

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Where's Norfolk? Ask Scott

White Oaks sixth grader Scott Nordstrom will compete in the state Geographic Bee in Norfolk this weekend.

Where's Norfolk? Ask Scott

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health

Health

Faith

Faith

Seminary Classes Continue

Seminary Classes Continue

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith notes

Faith notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

News Briefs

News Briefs

Faith notes

Faith notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Applicants Fill UCM Job Fair

Applicants Fill UCM Job Fair

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Smallest Parade Delights Preschool Children

MVHS students visit Brentwood Academy to read and play games.

Smallest Parade Delights Preschool Children

Health Notes

Health Notes

Tuesday, March 29

Progress Made on Day Labor Site

Project Hope and Harmony moving forward with setting up temporary day-labor site.

Progress Made on Day Labor Site

Robbing the Dead

Robbing the Dead

Snapshot

Snapshot

The Bonds of Battle

Men who fought in Iwo Jima together now share their stories.

The Bonds of Battle

Knowing Me, Knowing You

Burke real estate agent's book was written for those who are facing Alzheimer's Disease in their family.

Knowing Me, Knowing You

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

Arlington this Week

Arlington this Week

Faith

Faith

Rodriguez Leaving South Lakes High School

Principal Realista “Rely” Rodriguez will step down at the end of the school year to take another position with Fairfax County Public Schools.

Rodriguez Leaving South Lakes High School

Faith

Faith

Property Tax Dominates Budget Meeting

Residents voiced their displeasure with next year’s property tax.

Property Tax Dominates Budget Meeting

Firehouse Fundraising

Cabin John Park Volunteer Fire Department looks to residents, business community to fund renovations.

Firehouse Fundraising

Dancin’ in Springfield

Springfield woman forms professional dance company.

Dancin’ in Springfield

Faith

Faith

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Life-Sentence Before Sentencing?

Life-Sentence Before Sentencing?

Fund-Raiser Planned

Fund-Raiser Planned

Wetherbee to be Honored

Wetherbee to be Honored

Women's Voices Forum

Women's Voices Forum

From Pets to People

Veterinarian addresses stress.

From Pets to People

Local Marine Killed in Iraq

Local Marine Killed in Iraq

Give Blood Here

Loudoun’s first permanent blood donor center opens next week.

Give Blood Here

Sterling Playmakers to Present “Our Town”

Playmakers Present 'Our Town'

Sterling Playmakers to Present “Our Town”

Beds, Breakfasts and the Virginia Supreme Court

How will the ruling that threw out slow-growth measures in the west affect the bed and breakfast industry?

Beds, Breakfasts and the Virginia Supreme Court

Accessibility Summit Focuses on Caregivers, Families

Workshops provide information on helping those with disabilities leave full lives.

Accessibility Summit Focuses on Caregivers, Families

Real Estate

Real Estate

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Schools

Schools

The Bonds of Battle

Men who fought in Iwo Jima together now share their stories.

The Bonds of Battle

Major Drop in Hispanic SAT Scores

African American SAT Scores Also Fall

Major Drop in Hispanic SAT Scores

$5 Million Cut in School Spending Proposed

Supervisors take straw vote to reduce school spending.

$5 Million Cut in School Spending Proposed

Mother Murdered in Great Falls

Parent’s concern about son’s welfare may have been factor in stabbing death

Mother Murdered in Great Falls

Commercial Rents Rising

Current prices hover in the $30 to low $40 per square foot range.

Commercial Rents Rising

60s Pop Artist Peter Max Comes to Tysons

Exhibit at Wentworth Gallery opens this weekend.

60s Pop Artist Peter Max Comes to Tysons

Letters Stir Emotions

Supervisors engage in word war over chairman's aide, who has been part of the secession movement in the west.

Letters Stir Emotions

Replacing Mitchel

Replacing Mitchel

Real Estate

Real Estate

This Week in Potomac and Civic Calendar 3-30-05

This Week in Potomac and Civic Calendar 3-30-05

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Loudoun Innovation Park?

County considers using school site for technology park along lines of Innovation@Prince William.

Loudoun Innovation Park?

Jackson Center Receives Grant

Nonprofit organization helps train workers for Healthy Families programs

Jackson Center Receives Grant

Nightlife

Nightlife

River Nears Flood Level

River Nears Flood Level

Wanted: New Names

Developers have come up with more 5,000 names for Loudoun’s streets.

Wanted: New Names

Military

Military

Events

Events

Lansdowne to Host Diabetes Walk

First-ever Northern Virginia Walk to Cure Diabetes will take place June 12.

Lansdowne to Host Diabetes Walk

Calendar

Calendar

Senior Living

Senior Living

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Steele the Show

Steele the Show

20 Wells Contaminated with TCE

The Department of Health has tested 60 wells in Broad Run Farms.

20 Wells Contaminated with TCE

Calendar

Calendar

Arts Scene

Arts Scene

New Look at Proffers?

Transportation proffers up for scrutiny.

New Look at Proffers?

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Quantum Opportunities Egg Hunt

Quantum Opportunities Egg Hunt

Ongoing

Ongoing

Jackson Center Receives Grant

Nonprofit organization helps train workers for Healthy Families programs

Jackson Center Receives Grant

Is 7-Eleven Cut-Off Time Working?

Is 7-Eleven Cut-Off Time Working?

Ongoing

Ongoing

Accessibility Summit Focuses on Caregivers, Families

Workshops provide information on helping those with disabilities leave full lives.

Accessibility Summit Focuses on Caregivers, Families

Soldiers Say Thanks With Flag

Soldiers Say Thanks With Flag

Arts Scene

Arts Scene

Questions Raised Over Letter

Questions Raised Over Letter

Mediterranean Breeze Blows In

New restaurant fills vacancy on Station Street, co-owner returns to his beginnings.

Mediterranean Breeze Blows In

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

RA Establishes HQ Search Committee

The Reston Association Board of Directors established a special headquarters search committee.

RA Establishes HQ Search Committee

A Vigil to Remember

Friends and family grieve over death of a West Springfield High senior in a car crash.

A Vigil to Remember

Traffic Relief?

VDOT to install a traffic light.

Traffic Relief?

RCA Meeting Report Benefits of Becoming a Town

The Reston Citizens Association met Tuesday night to announce its case studies that listed the benefits of becoming a town.

RCA Meeting Report Benefits of Becoming a Town

Military

Military

Lines of Communication Opening

Committee formed to increase communication between Town Council and Planning Commission.

Lines of Communication Opening

60s Pop Artist Peter Max Comes to Tysons

Exhibit at Wentworth Gallery opens this weekend.

60s Pop Artist Peter Max Comes to Tysons

Former Supervisors Call for Action

Richards, Phillips and Herrity ask Board of Supervisors to look into Riverside Manor options.

Former Supervisors Call for Action

McNair, Kaiser Permanente Partnership

McNair, Kaiser Permanente Partnership

Sage Advice

Sage Springs Into Great Falls

Sage Advice

People

People

A Vigil to Remember

Friends and family grieve over death of a West Springfield High senior in a car crash.

A Vigil to Remember

Military

Military

A Vigil to Remember

Friends and family grieve over death of a West Springfield High senior in a car crash.

A Vigil to Remember

Maintenance Backlog Costs County

Task force report reveals budget shortfalls in facilities upkeep.

Maintenance Backlog Costs County

Knowing Me, Knowing You

Burke real estate agent's book was written for those who are facing Alzheimer's Disease in their family.

Knowing Me, Knowing You

Volunteer

Volunteer

Monday, March 28

New ABC Store in Fair Lakes

New ABC Store in Fair Lakes

Dominion to Notify When Spraying

Work continues on agreement governing tree trimming.

Dominion to Notify When Spraying

New ABC Store in Fair Lakes

New ABC Store in Fair Lakes

An ‘Egg’stravaganza at Parkwood Baptist Church

An ‘Egg’stravaganza at Parkwood Baptist Church

Is The Lamb Center Sure To Go?

Homeless shelter looking at a move to Draper Drive.

Is The Lamb Center Sure To Go?

Neighbors Say Proposal 'Sprawl, Not Smart Growth'

Task force to be appointed to study large swath of land along Hunter Mill Road.

Neighbors Say Proposal 'Sprawl, Not Smart Growth'

An ‘Egg’stravaganza at Parkwood Baptist Church

An ‘Egg’stravaganza at Parkwood Baptist Church

The Hunt Is On

The Hunt Is On

Seminary Classes Continue

Despite zoning board ruling, church still offers classes.

Seminary Classes Continue

Thursday, March 24

Town Leases to Fairfax County Public Schools

Town Leases to Fairfax County Public Schools

Rust, Howell Offer Session Review

Del. Tom Rust (R-86) and Sen. Janet Howell (D-32) hold community debriefing of general assembly short session.

Rust, Howell Offer Session Review

Twenty Years of the Disability Act

Twenty Years of the Disability Act

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Trolley Update

Trolley Update

Overcrowding Penalties Clarified

Overcrowding Penalties Clarified

Safe Haven Established

After-school program offers homework help while increasing student-police mentorship.

Safe Haven Established

Sugarland Run Spring Cleaning

Residents clean Runnymede Park and Sugarland Run to mark spring's arrival.

Sugarland Run Spring Cleaning

Wednesday, March 23

News Briefs

News Briefs

Dark Side of Large Lots

Fairfax Station homeowners find real estate assessment hikes to be a dark side to their land ownership.

Dark Side of Large Lots

'Back to Broadway' Cabaret at Westfield

'Back to Broadway' Cabaret at Westfield

Museum Gets Go-Ahead for Land

Fairfax County Park Authority accepts proposal by the Cold War Museum for land on the former Correctional Facility in Lorton.

Museum Gets Go-Ahead for Land

College Notes

College Notes

This Week in Potomac and Civic Calendar 3-23-05

This Week in Potomac and Civic Calendar 3-23-05

Golden Seeks 41st House Seat

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

Golden Seeks 41st House Seat

No Cold Classrooms

Two Sterling schools will receive new heating systems.

No Cold Classrooms

Electric-Distribution Substation Receives WFCCA Approval

Electric-Distribution Substation Receives WFCCA Approval

The Bravest vs. The Finest

Arlington’s police and firefighters play ball to raise money for victims of the tsunamis in Southeast Asia.

The Bravest vs. The Finest

Dancin’ O’ the Green

Silverbrook Elementary School hosts an Irish step dance team for St. Patrick’s Day.

Dancin’ O’ the Green

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

News Briefs

News Briefs

People Notes

People Notes

Community Easter at German School

Community Easter at German School

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

News Briefs

News Briefs

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Talking About the Wonder Years

Workshop focuses on the issues involved in the transition from elementary to middle school.

Talking About the Wonder Years

Museum Gets Go-Ahead for Land

Fairfax County Park Authority accepts proposal by the Cold War Museum for land on the former Correctional Facility in Lorton.

Museum Gets Go-Ahead for Land

In Exploding County, Program Leaves Quiet Legacy

Potomac properties among those protected by 10-year Legacy Open Space initiative.

In Exploding County, Program Leaves Quiet Legacy

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

$5 Million Cut in School Spending Proposed

Supervisors take straw vote to reduce school spending.

$5 Million Cut in School Spending Proposed

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Business Notes

Business Notes

Brookfield Swim Club Seeks New Clubhouse

Brookfield Swim Club Seeks New Clubhouse

Results Count to Rales

Potomac couple funds tutoring program in county schools.

Results Count to Rales

Wanted: Fun Place for Dogs

Residents seek off-leash park in Centreville.

Wanted: Fun Place for Dogs

Iraq War’s 2nd Anniversary Noted

Residents rally by the veteran’s memorial in Clarendon, one of several such peace rallies held around the nation to mark the second anniversary of the war.

Iraq War’s 2nd Anniversary Noted

West Springfield Student Killed in Crash

Police say car 'engaged in an exhibition of speed.'

West Springfield Student Killed in Crash

Dark Side of Large Lots

Fairfax Station homeowners find real estate assessment hikes to be a dark side to their land ownership.

Dark Side of Large Lots

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Calendar

Calendar

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

HCTV-23

HCTV-23

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Community Notes

Community Notes

Old Town Traffic Gets Temporary Relief

Beltway overpass construction hits halfway point.

Old Town Traffic Gets Temporary Relief

Paramedic's Career in the Balance

Paramedics who left a woman for dead are waiting fro a final decision from the city.

Paramedic's Career in the Balance

Community Notes

Community Notes

Dancin’ O’ the Green

Silverbrook Elementary School hosts an Irish step dance team for St. Patrick’s Day.

Dancin’ O’ the Green

Museum Gets Go-Ahead for Land

Fairfax County Park Authority accepts proposal by the Cold War Museum for land on the former Correctional Facility in Lorton.

Museum Gets Go-Ahead for Land

Talking About the Wonder Years

Workshop focuses on the issues involved in the transition from elementary to middle school.

Talking About the Wonder Years

Increased Assessments Raise Concerns

Town meeting to discuss county budget cites economic concerns for residents.

Increased Assessments Raise Concerns

Westfield Students Shine at Folger Shakespeare Fest

Westfield Students Shine at Folger Shakespeare Fest

Chess Team Wins State Title

For second year, Bull Run's K-5 team is top; K-3 also wins.

Chess Team Wins State Title

'A Sense of Place'

Mt. Vernon Avenue Business Area Plan takes a 21st century approach

'A Sense of Place'

Leaving a Mark on History

Sharifa Alkhateeb is honored for exposing and working to eradicate domestic violence in the Islamic culture.

Leaving a Mark on History

$90 Million To Answer 'George Who?'

Visiting Mount Vernon Estate will be a whole new experience

$90 Million To Answer 'George Who?'

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

County’s Assisted Living Costs Increase

Arlington proposes to increase funding for Culpepper Gardens as number of poor elderly increases.

County’s Assisted Living Costs Increase

Kemler Takes Seat on Circuit Court

After a protracted fight, Alexandria gets its judge.

Kemler Takes Seat on Circuit Court

Calendar

Calendar

Classes & Workshops`

Classes & Workshops`

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Help Clean Up the River

Help Clean Up the River

Donations for a Fallen Soldier

Family of an American soldier killed in Iraq starts a foundation to send school supplies and toys to Iraqi children.

Donations for a Fallen Soldier

Suspended Sentence for Harris

Area woman receives three years probation for Fairfax shooting.

Suspended Sentence for Harris

Assault or Self-Defense

Contrasting versions emerge in Elden Street assault case.

Assault or Self-Defense

Three Years Probation for Unlawful Wounding

Three Years Probation for Unlawful Wounding

CVHS Takes Part in Shakespeare Fest

CVHS Takes Part in Shakespeare Fest

Redbird Stays True to Its Nature

Kris Delmhorst, Jeffrey Foucault and Peter Mulvey are touring together as Redbird.

Redbird Stays True to Its Nature

Getting To Know ... Francis Gary Powers Jr.

Profile

Getting To Know ... Francis Gary Powers Jr.

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

News Briefs

News Briefs

School Notes

School Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Redbird Stays True to Its Nature

Kris Delmhorst, Jeffrey Foucault and Peter Mulvey are touring together as Redbird.

Redbird Stays True to Its Nature

Waterford Coming to Springfield

A branch of the successful Waterford banquet hall chain will open on Commerce Avenue next year.

Waterford Coming to Springfield

Getting To Know ... Francis Gary Powers Jr.

Profile

Getting To Know ... Francis Gary Powers Jr.

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Golden Seeks 41st House Seat

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

Golden Seeks 41st House Seat

Golden Seeks 41st House Seat

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

Golden Seeks 41st House Seat

Council Advertises Eight Cent Reduction

Council members could still provide more tax relief.

Council Advertises Eight Cent Reduction

3 Months Jail for Solicitation

3 Months Jail for Solicitation

Kaine Campaigns in Alexandria

Gubernatorial candidates offer dueling tax-relief programs.

Kaine Campaigns in Alexandria

Health Notes

Health Notes

School Savings

School Savings

School Notes

School Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Pledge of Allegiance Debate Heard

Lawyers argue over whether Loudoun students should be reciting the Pledge in school.

Pledge of Allegiance Debate Heard

West Springfield Student Killed in Crash

Police say car 'engaged in an exhibition of speed.'

West Springfield Student Killed in Crash

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

A Bomb or a Toy?

The Sheriff’s Office investigates box to determine if it was a bomb.

A Bomb or a Toy?

Health Notes

Health Notes

Down Under Visitors

Australian housing experts visit Potomac senior apartments.

Down Under Visitors

Van Hollen Eyes Senate Seat

Q&A

Van Hollen Eyes Senate Seat

County Approves Design Contract for North Tract

Fiscal Affairs Advisory Committee questions higher-than-expected costs.

County Approves Design Contract for North Tract

Camps & Schools Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Teen Driving Legislation Passes House

County, schools also refocus efforts three months after spike that left 18 dead.

Teen Driving Legislation Passes House

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

News Briefs

News Briefs

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Parents See Cracks in System

Parents urge Arlington Public Schools to do more for special education students and to understand the needs of students with mental illnesses.

Parents See Cracks in System

Camps & Schools Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Clifton Store Celebrates Its 75th Anniversary

Clifton Store Celebrates Its 75th Anniversary

College Notes

College Notes

Donations for a Fallen Soldier

Family of an American soldier killed in Iraq starts a foundation to send school supplies and toys to Iraqi children.

Donations for a Fallen Soldier

Roundups

Roundups

Donations for a Fallen Soldier

Family of an American soldier killed in Iraq starts a foundation to send school supplies and toys to Iraqi children.

Donations for a Fallen Soldier

Man Dies in House Fire

Charles Hudson was president of Fairfax real estate firm.

Man Dies in House Fire

West Springfield Student Killed in Crash

Police say car 'engaged in an exhibition of speed.'

West Springfield Student Killed in Crash

Talking About the Wonder Years

Workshop focuses on the issues involved in the transition from elementary to middle school.

Talking About the Wonder Years

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

College Notes

College Notes

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Tuesday, March 22

Centuries of Change

Loudoun Museum prepares to unveil new look, ambitious three-year exhibit cycle.

Centuries of Change

School’s Out

Seminary cannot conduct classes at McLean Bible Church.

School’s Out

City To Consider Car Tax Increase

Maximum increase would be 50 cents and would be used to decrease property tax.

City To Consider Car Tax Increase

Real Estate

Real Estate

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Traditional St. Patrick’s at the Old Brogue

Great Falls pub brings in patrons from across the area

Traditional St. Patrick’s at the Old Brogue

Arlington This Week

Arlington This Week

School’s Out

Seminary cannot conduct classes at McLean Bible Church.

School’s Out

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

An Earley Entry into Politics

City resident serves as page in House of Delegates.

An Earley Entry into Politics

Charitable Endeavors

Local men chair committee to recognize politicians who work for cancer research.

Charitable Endeavors

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Charitable Endeavors

Local men chair committee to recognize politicians who work for cancer research.

Charitable Endeavors

Hoover Tastes the World

Hoover Tastes the World

Calendar

Calendar

Mims Sums Up

Driver safety, church property subject of state senator's legislation this year.

Mims Sums Up

May Wants More Rail

Western Loudoun delegate reflects on past session, transportation issues.

May Wants More Rail

Ongoing

Ongoing

Line in the Grass

Verizon subcontractor lays cables in town limits without permission.

Line in the Grass

Public Use on Private Land?

Soccer field used for ‘pick-up games’ may be rezoned for public use.

Public Use on Private Land?

Faith

Faith

Deputy Kills Man

Deputy Kills Man

Forum on Teen Substance Abuse at MHS

President of MADD to talk on teen drunk drivers.

Forum on Teen Substance Abuse at MHS

Faith

Faith

Fund-Raiser Planned

Fund-Raiser Planned

Hyland Announces Delegate Run

Oakton resident seeking Republican nomination.

Hyland Announces Delegate Run

Volunteers Needed for Potomac Cleanup

Volunteers Needed for Potomac Cleanup

Faith

Faith

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Women’s History Month

Making A Difference

Women’s History Month

People

People

Going Against Gangs

Town Meeting slated to explore gang crime.

Going Against Gangs

Volunteers Needed for Cleanup

Volunteers Needed for Cleanup

Catoctin County — Now?

Talks about the west seceding from the county get serious.

Catoctin County — Now?

How’d the Students Cross Nutley?

Council changes crosswalk configuration at Nutley and Knoll streets N.W.

How’d the Students Cross Nutley?

Local Church’s Banner Burned

Vandals burn a banner supporting civil marriage in front of the Unitarian Universalist Church in Reston.

Local Church’s Banner Burned

Art Scene

Art Scene

Week in Great Falls

Week in Great Falls

Senior Living

Senior Living

Memorial Service for Ali Cheloei

Memorial Service for Ali Cheloei

Residents Still Angry Over Pipeline

GFCA passes resolution to provide funding for outside counsel.

Residents Still Angry Over Pipeline

Business

Business

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

Death to Beetles

Japanese beetles will meet their ends this spring in hundreds of Broadlands lawns.

Death to Beetles

Nightlife

Nightlife

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Lake Anne Study Questioned

The revitalization study upset local residents as many believe the numbers used are irrelevant and inaccurate.

Lake Anne Study Questioned

Mitchel Steps Down

Amid controversy surrounding his dual roles as statewide board member and local developer, Mitchel ends his tenure on Commonwealth Transportation Board.

Mitchel Steps Down

Ongoing

Ongoing

Forum on Teen Substance Abuse at MHS

President of MADD to talk on teen drunk drivers.

Forum on Teen Substance Abuse at MHS

Calendar

Calendar

Business

Business

Schools

Schools

Faith

Faith

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Traditional St. Patrick’s at the Old Brogue

Great Falls pub brings in patrons from across the area

Traditional St. Patrick’s at the Old Brogue

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

9/11 Pentagon Flag Donated

New Ashburn elementary to receive flag.

9/11 Pentagon Flag Donated

Sticker Shock and Affordable Housing

A panel discusses the future of the real estate market in the area.

Sticker Shock and Affordable Housing

Military

Military

Real Estate

Real Estate

Finding the Right Mortgage

Long-term, fixed rates not necessarily the best option.

Finding the Right Mortgage

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Week in McLean

Week in McLean

Farewell to a Friend

Kelley and Co. Printing closes after 34 years in McLean.

Farewell to a Friend

College

College

Ongoing

Ongoing

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Volunteers Needed for Cleanup

Volunteers Needed for Cleanup

Art Scene

Art Scene

Charitable Endeavors

Local men chair committee to recognize politicians who work for cancer research.

Charitable Endeavors

Sunday, March 20

Pledge of Allegiance Appeal to be Heard

Sterling man takes his religious-based complaint to a higher court.

Pledge of Allegiance Appeal to be Heard

Thursday, March 17

Police Officers Share Stories about Patrolling

CAC members learn about officers' routine

Police Officers Share Stories about Patrolling

Mason Library Inspires Research

Research aids Masons and Genealogists

Mason Library Inspires Research

Accidents Snarl Fort Hunt Road Area

Accidents Snarl Fort Hunt Road Area

Whitman Middle Students Tackle Park Project

Hemlock Overlook Park benefits from their labors.

Whitman Middle Students Tackle Park Project

Groundbreaking at Browne Academy

Campaign raises money for new multi-purpose building

Groundbreaking at Browne Academy

Country Club Fights Stream Erosion

Banks reshaped and lined with mats to hold soil in place

Country Club Fights Stream Erosion

Cracking Down on Pedestrian Violations

Enforcement targets pedestrians crossing Richmond Highway.

Cracking Down on Pedestrian Violations

Victim's Friend Arrested for Murder

Suspect is arrested while leaving funeral.

Victim's Friend Arrested for Murder

Jefferson Celebrates His Inauguration

Gadsby's Tavern hosts a reenactment of Jefferson's 1805 inaugural banquet.

Jefferson Celebrates His Inauguration

Bonilla Found Guilty of Holmes Run Rape

Sentencing is scheduled for May 12.

Bonilla Found Guilty of Holmes Run Rape

West Potomac Students View Drunk Driving Film

Message affects students, parents

West Potomac Students View Drunk Driving Film

Groundbreaking Ceremony at Browne Academy

Campaign raises money for new multi-purpose building

Groundbreaking Ceremony at Browne Academy

Wednesday, March 16

College Notes

College Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

College Notes

College Notes

College Notes

College Notes

School Notes

School Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Faith

Faith

Holy Week and Easter Events and Services

Holy Week and Easter Events and Services

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith

Faith

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Faith

Faith

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Holy Week and Easter Events and Services

Holy Week and Easter Events and Services

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health

Health

Health Notes

Health Notes

Schools

Schools

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Real Estate

Real Estate

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Despite Fewer Sales, Market Not Slowing Down

Average sale price $487,539 in February.

Despite Fewer Sales, Market Not Slowing Down

Schools

Schools

Workshops & Classes

Workshops & Classes

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Getting To Know ... Jeff Scannell

Profile

Getting To Know ... Jeff Scannell

Getting To Know ... Sandra Strauss

Profile

Getting To Know ... Sandra Strauss

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Getting To Know ... Jeff Scannell

Profile

Getting To Know ... Jeff Scannell

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Calendar

Calendar

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Getting To Know ... Jeff Scannell

Profile

Getting To Know ... Jeff Scannell

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Getting To Know ... Sandra Strauss

Profile

Getting To Know ... Sandra Strauss

Paul VI Presents 'Bye, Bye Birdie'

Cappies Review

Paul VI Presents 'Bye, Bye Birdie'

Paul VI Presents 'Bye, Bye Birdie'

Cappies Review

Paul VI Presents 'Bye, Bye Birdie'

Paul VI Presents 'Bye, Bye Birdie'

Cappies Review

Paul VI Presents 'Bye, Bye Birdie'

Getting To Know ... Sandra Strauss

Profile

Getting To Know ... Sandra Strauss

Guilty of Grand Larceny

Matthew Pickerel enters pleas to two offenses.

Guilty of Grand Larceny

Community Notes

Community Notes

Army Arrives in Alexandria

Army Arrives in Alexandria

National Defense Captures Tech Award

Health care makes it to the finals for the first time.

National Defense Captures Tech Award

News Briefs

News Briefs

Lockhart Named Chairman

Political consultant plans to awaken and organize Republicans in Arlington.

Lockhart Named Chairman

Changing Arlington’s Streetscape

A state-funded commission is now studying the potential impact of new federal standards for defense and security agencies.

Changing Arlington’s Streetscape

Utility Costs May Go Up

Commercial property owners could pay more for natural gas and lectricity.

Utility Costs May Go Up

Metro Hosts Meeting On Commuter Woes

Metro’s CEO listened to citizen complaints and described the system as fragile and outdated.

Metro Hosts Meeting On Commuter Woes

Neighborhoods

Neighborhoods

Chester H. Smith

Chester H. Smith

Business Notes

Business Notes

Alexander B."Chip" Komoroske

Alexander B."Chip" Komoroske

News Briefs

News Briefs

Simpson Receives 'Fitzgerald Award'

Simpson Receives 'Fitzgerald Award'

Eve Marion Hyland

Eve Marion Hyland

Peace Corps Celebrates 44 Years

Former volunteer Richard Nelson shared his experiences with students at Kenmore Middle School and St. Agnes School.

Peace Corps Celebrates 44 Years

Mount Vernon Avenue's Tomorrow

Flexibility and cooperation bring forth a business plan

Mount Vernon Avenue's Tomorrow

ARHA Proposes '05 Budget

New HUD procedures adjust housing authority operations.

ARHA Proposes '05 Budget

Chantilly Academy Does It Again!

Culinary Arts students sizzle in Skills USA competition.

Chantilly Academy Does It Again!

Cosmetology Students Go to State Competition

Cosmetology Students Go to State Competition

Westfield High Conducts a Poetry Slam

Nine students compete March 17 then go to Districts.

Westfield High Conducts a Poetry Slam

News Briefs

News Briefs

Controversial Homes Get Their First OK

Single-family homes would go in historic district.

Controversial Homes Get Their First OK

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

McClendon Indicted on 10 Charges

Chantilly's McClendon will stand trail in September for several financial crimes.

McClendon Indicted on 10 Charges

McLean High Graduate Killed in Subway Accident

Patrick Elasik and his friend started a magazine in Brooklyn shortly after graduation from high school

McLean High Graduate Killed in Subway Accident

Man 52, Charged with Soliciting Girl, 15

Man 52, Charged with Soliciting Girl, 15

Roundups

Roundups

Negligent Homicide

Centreville man receives 27 months in prison for killing pedestrian in crosswalk with van.

Negligent Homicide

Personal Success, Happiness for Women

Jean Otte, Lillian Vernon, Olympia Dukakis are among the speakers at Women's Conference.

Personal Success, Happiness for Women

Guilty Plea: Assault, Property Destruction

Baker sentenced for vandalizing car, biting police officer.

Guilty Plea: Assault, Property Destruction

Troubleshooting, Fixing Cars

Auto body, tech students advance to state meet.

Troubleshooting, Fixing Cars

News Briefs

News Briefs

Supervisor Hosts Town Hall Meeting on Budget

Supervisor Hosts Town Hall Meeting on Budget

Riverside Manor Water Main Approved

Fairfax Water voted unanimously to approve project.

Riverside Manor Water Main Approved

Waves of Healing Help

Volunteers from Fairfax County spend time rebuilding Sri Lanka

Waves of Healing Help

MHS Dancer Heading to Ireland

Olivia Houck to compete at Irish Dance World Championship

MHS Dancer Heading to Ireland

Children’s Festival Returns

Annual event occurs this Sunday at Village Centre in Great Falls.

Children’s Festival Returns

Friends Remember Dot Callahan

Friends Remember Dot Callahan

County, Military Respond to 'Emergencies'

Emergency preparedness applies to more than terrorism.

County, Military Respond to 'Emergencies'

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

Business

Business

Week in McLean

Week in McLean

People

People

Construction Begins for New Lorton Medical Center

Facility to offer a complete menu of medical services.

Construction Begins for New Lorton Medical Center

All the World's a Stage at Spring Break Camps

Two area programs offer drama camps for vacation week.

All the World's a Stage at Spring Break Camps

Country Club Fights Soil Erosion

Banks reshaped and lined with mats to hold soil in place

Country Club Fights Soil Erosion

Supervisor Hosts Town Hall Meeting on Budget

Supervisor Hosts Town Hall Meeting on Budget

Volunteering

Volunteering

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Community

Community

McLean High Graduate Killed in Subway Accident

Patrick Elasik and his friend started a magazine in Brooklyn shortly after graduation from high school

McLean High Graduate Killed in Subway Accident

MCA Honors Outstanding Service, Citizens

Strauss named Citizen of the Year

MCA Honors Outstanding Service, Citizens

Friends Remember Dot Callahan

Friends Remember Dot Callahan

Waves of Healing Help

Volunteers from Fairfax County spend time rebuilding Sri Lanka

Waves of Healing Help

Personal Success, Happiness for Women

Jean Otte, Lillian Vernon, Olympia Dukakis are among the speakers at Women's Conference.

Personal Success, Happiness for Women

Egg Hunts Held in Local Neighborhoods

Children enjoy hunting, coloring and eating Easter eggs.

Egg Hunts Held in Local Neighborhoods

Obituary

Obituary

MHS Dancer Heading to Ireland

Olivia Houck to compete at Irish Dance World Championship

MHS Dancer Heading to Ireland

McBride Named Citizen of the Year

Gala Planned for April 23

McBride Named Citizen of the Year

Neuhard Names First Woman Chief Officer In FCF&R Dept.

Neuhard Names First Woman Chief Officer In FCF&R Dept.

Obituary

Obituary

Reston Association Candidates Face Off

Forums and debates give RA Board candidates a chance to present views on pressing issues.

Reston Association Candidates Face Off

New Lake Anne Study to Be Released

The economic revitalization study to be discussed at a public meeting on Wednesday, March 16.

New Lake Anne Study to Be Released

New Gym, New Ideas

New Gym, New Ideas

Transportation Update Discussed

Transportation Update Discussed

Getting Girls to Excel

GEMS conference provides ways to encourage girls to take math and science courses.

Getting Girls to Excel

Face to Face With History

West Springfield High seniors traveled to Selma, Ala., for the anniversary of the infamous 'Bloody Sunday' civil rights march in 1965.

Face to Face With History

News Briefs

News Briefs

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

News Briefs

News Briefs

Personal Success, Happiness for Women

Jean Otte, Lillian Vernon, Olympia Dukakis are among the speakers at Women's Conference.

Personal Success, Happiness for Women

Cougars Fade Down Stretch

Oakton falls to defending state champion Forest Park in state semifinals.

Cougars Fade Down Stretch

Tuesday, March 15

There She Is, Miss Greater Springfield

James Madison University student Dana Vaughn claims the second-ever Miss Greater Springfield crown.

There She Is, Miss Greater Springfield

Reaching Out over Assessments

County outreach meeting outlines where taxpayers' money is going.

Reaching Out over Assessments

Breaking Away

Churchill junior Mark Cha wins breakdancing competition in New York.

Breaking Away

No Appeal on Supreme Court Decision

Despite minority's wishes, county lets appeal deadline lapse; settles two other lawsuits to clear out pending litigation in light of impending fallout from court decision.

No Appeal on Supreme Court Decision

Department Heads Defend Their Budgets

City Council studies proposed budget.

Department Heads Defend Their Budgets

Proposed Development Raises Questions

Concerns expressed over proposal for 37 townhouses at Van Buren and Grant streets.

Proposed Development Raises Questions

Turn Off the Lights

Turn Off the Lights

Cardinal Brook Shooting 'Not Gang Related'

Fairfax County police have a suspect in custody following several eyewitness accounts of the homicide.

Cardinal Brook Shooting 'Not Gang Related'

Arlington This Week

Arlington This Week

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Tools for Tracking Trees

Task Force looks at high-tech studies along W&OD Trail.

Tools for Tracking Trees

HHS Teachers Battle on Court, Raise Money

HHS Teachers Battle on Court, Raise Money

Nightlife

Nightlife

Black and Poisson: Poised to Debate

David Poisson announces bid to unseat Del. Richard Black.

Black and Poisson: Poised to Debate

Family to Family

Family to Family

All Transportation is Local

County officials are reviewing transportation plan.

All Transportation is Local

First a Name, Then a Mascot

The new school in Lorton gets an identity and will soon have both colors and a mascot.

First a Name, Then a Mascot

Who Knew?

Part of Nottoway Park is a commuter parking lot.

Who Knew?

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Business

Business

Cardinal Brook Shooting 'Not Gang Related'

Fairfax County police have a suspect in custody following several eyewitness accounts of the homicide.

Cardinal Brook Shooting 'Not Gang Related'

Deaths Ruled Double Suicide

Kaela Wegner and Tony Holt died of self-inflicted gunshot wounds to the head.

Deaths Ruled Double Suicide

Red Cross Gala This Weekend

Red Cross Gala This Weekend

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Final Charge Dropped

Fairfax Judge dismisses final charge against Washington Redskins' safety Sean Taylor.

Final Charge Dropped

Calendar

Calendar

Fine Arts Scene

Fine Arts Scene

Ongoing

Ongoing

ECHO Looking to Grow

Springfield charity breaks ground on expansion.

ECHO Looking to Grow

People

People

Military

Military

Naval Training

Naval Training

Burke to the Future

Burke Centre community hopes a fresh face at the top and grassroots involvement from its residents will bring improvement.

Burke to the Future

People

People

Boys & Girls Club To Open

Hutchison Elementary School chosen for after-school program.

Boys & Girls Club To Open

Ongoing

Ongoing

Classes

Classes

Calendar

Calendar

First a Name, Then a Mascot

The new school in Lorton gets an identity and will soon have both colors and a mascot.

First a Name, Then a Mascot

Senior Living

Senior Living

Beer Here

St. Patrick's Day offers an excuse to quaff a pint, but Ashburn watering holes are open year 'round.

Beer Here

Fine Arts Scene

Fine Arts Scene

ECHO Looking to Grow

Springfield charity breaks ground on expansion.

ECHO Looking to Grow

Chess Queens

Fairfax schools hot second annual all-girl chess tournament.

Chess Queens

Wanted: New Names

Developers have come up with more 5,000 names for Loudoun’s streets.

Wanted: New Names

Ground Broken, Ribbon Cut

Ground Broken, Ribbon Cut

Schools

Schools

ECHO Looking to Grow

Springfield charity breaks ground on expansion.

ECHO Looking to Grow

Radical Changes Envisioned for Maple Avenue

Vision Committee advocates a form-based zoning code.

Radical Changes Envisioned for Maple Avenue

Burke to the Future

Burke Centre community hopes a fresh face at the top and grassroots involvement from its residents will bring improvement.

Burke to the Future

Alzheimer's Association Training Complete

Alzheimer's Association Training Complete

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

Certificate of Appreciation

Certificate of Appreciation

Cardinal Brook Shooting 'Not Gang Related'

Fairfax County police have a suspect in custody following several eyewitness accounts of the homicide.

Cardinal Brook Shooting 'Not Gang Related'

Business

Business

Guilty of Elden Street Assault

One juvenile pleads guilty; another requests new attorney.

Guilty of Elden Street Assault

Citizenry Speaks Up, Again

Another crowded house at the government center.

Citizenry Speaks Up, Again

Final Charge Dropped

Fairfax judge dismissed final charges against Washington Redskins' safety Sean Taylor.

Final Charge Dropped

This Week in Great Falls

This Week in Great Falls

Ongoing

Ongoing

May Drops Out

Delegate ends run for lieutenant governor; will focus on defending House seat.

May Drops Out

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

Irish, if Only for a Day

Sterling bars serve it up on St. Paddy’s Day.

Irish, if Only for a Day

First a Name, Then a Mascot

The new school in Lorton gets an identity and will soon have both colors and a mascot.

First a Name, Then a Mascot

'Bang For Our Buck'

Supervisors and School Board members open discussion on the $536 million proposed operating budget for schools.

'Bang For Our Buck'

Canal Boat Gets $50,000 Lift

C&O Canal Association aids effort to replace replica boat at Great Falls Tavern.

Canal Boat Gets $50,000 Lift

Life Sentence for Hurwitz?

Prosecution requests McLean pain doctor to be sentenced to life in prison

Life Sentence for Hurwitz?

Monday, March 14

Police Pursue Online Initiated Sex Crimes

Potomac man arrested in Virginia for soliciting sex from a young girl over the Internet.

Police Pursue Online Initiated Sex Crimes

Trying to Make Emerald Inn a Local Gem

Fourteen-month-old Irish Inn at Glen Echo prepares for St. Patrick's Day.

Trying to Make Emerald Inn a Local Gem

Almanac Wins Public Service

Special reports about teen driving, affordable housing garner top awards.

Almanac Wins Public Service

Duncan Unveils Operating Budget

Property tax cut tops FYO6 priorities.

Duncan Unveils Operating Budget

This Week in Potomac 3-16-05

This Week in Potomac 3-16-05

Parents Wary of Policy Change

Is change designed to insulate school board from parent input and legal challenges?

Parents Wary of Policy Change

Thursday, March 10

Parents and Educators: Keep Budget Intact

The Board of Supervisors held public hearings on the county and school budgets.

Parents and Educators: Keep Budget Intact

Another Reason to Eat Out

Area Restaurants Donate Profits to Food & Friends

Another Reason to Eat Out

Mason Library Inspires Research

Resources aid Masons and genealogists

Mason Library Inspires Research

Auxiliary Officers Lend a Hand

Unpaid officers prove invaluable to local stations

Auxiliary Officers Lend a Hand

Progress Gets in Way of Safety at Plaza

Federal Realty and police act to get situation resolved

Progress Gets in Way of Safety at Plaza

Black Lists Legislative Successes

General Assembly pumped more money into transportation and education.

Black Lists Legislative Successes

Another Reason to Eat Out

Area Restaurants Donate Profits to Food & Friends

Another Reason to Eat Out

Birchmere Presents WATCH Awards

Little Theatre receives multiple awards

Birchmere Presents WATCH Awards

Birchmere Presents WATCH Awards

Little Theatre Wins Multiple Awards

Birchmere Presents WATCH Awards

Debate Over Play Continues

More than a dozen people addressed the School Board about a play exploring homosexual issues.

Debate Over Play Continues

Getting to Know Your Future

Students learned about the ins and outs of careers and colleges last week.

Getting to Know Your Future

Sugarland Celebrates Reading

Second-grader Olivia Sorto read 1,150 books.

Sugarland Celebrates Reading

Wednesday, March 9

FYI and Founder Celebrate Joint Birthdays

FYI and Founder Celebrate Joint Birthdays

North Ridge

North Ridge

Health Notes

Health Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Troop Ships Arrive

Troop Ships Arrive

People

People

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health

Health

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Obituaries

Obituaries

Partnership To Find Permanent Homes

Fairfax County and Kidsave International join to create Weekend Miracles Program to find children homes.

Partnership To Find Permanent Homes

Town Responds to Runway Expansion

Letter addresses noise and air-quality mitigation plans for Dulles Airport.

Town Responds to Runway Expansion

Social Security Drives Davis Town Meeting

Wide-ranging constituent concerns aired at local session.

Social Security Drives Davis Town Meeting

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Community

Community

Parents Speak Out at Westfield

Decry new residential communities' impact on school's enrollment.

Parents Speak Out at Westfield

College Notes

College Notes

New Standards Threaten Arlington

In the wake of 9/11 the Defense Department is enacting new standards for buildings housing federal defense and security agencies.

New Standards Threaten Arlington

Camps & Schools Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Union Mill Stages 'Annie Jr.'

To be performed March 16-17 at the school.

Union Mill Stages 'Annie Jr.'

Centreville Man Charged in Shooting of Boy, 7

Centreville Man Charged in Shooting of Boy, 7

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith

Faith

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Shoplifting Case Goes To the Grand Jury

Shoplifting Case Goes To the Grand Jury

Pinewood Derby Tears Up the Track

Arlington and McLean Cub Scouts race their pine cars at the Ballston Common Mall in an event complete with sponsors.

Pinewood Derby Tears Up the Track

Yasher Koach!*

*Hebrew, 'May your strength increase.' Loudoun's first synagogue draws an increasing number of worshipers after its official opening this year.

Yasher Koach!*

Virginia Supreme Court Surprise Ruling

Court rules that 2003 decision to dramatically lower amount of homes allowed in western Loudoun is invalid due to insufficient public notice.

Virginia Supreme Court Surprise Ruling

Grand Marshaling for St. Patrick's Day

Paying tribute to past, present and future Irish heritage.

Grand Marshaling for St. Patrick's Day

Trees Trimmed on W&OD Trail

Dominion Virginia Power will be trimming and removing selected trees along western end of W&OD Trail.

Trees Trimmed on W&OD Trail

People

People

APS Releases $363.2 Million Budget

Student achievement and teacher salaries are highlighted.

APS Releases $363.2 Million Budget

FYI and Founder Celebrate Joint Birthdays

FYI and Founder Celebrate Joint Birthdays

When is a Park Not a Park?

McLean civic group apprehensive about parks amendment that would reclassify parks.

When is a Park Not a Park?

News Briefs

News Briefs

Health-Care Plan Passed

Some urge supervisors not to forget Broadlands Regional Medical Center.

Health-Care Plan Passed

Going High-Tech

Stone Bridge math teachers have started incorporating Web sites, new technology into class.

Going High-Tech

Goodwin House

Goodwin House

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

All the World's a Stage at Spring Break Camps

Two area programs offer drama camps for Spring Break.

All the World's a Stage at Spring Break Camps

Former 'Skins Linebacker Visits Herndon

Ken Harvey reads to Floris Elementary School students for "Read Across America."

Former 'Skins Linebacker Visits Herndon

End Note

Staying Alive

End Note

Viola Nell Stapleton

Obituary

Viola Nell Stapleton

Planning Notebook

Planning Notebook

Residents Going Bald for Cancer Research

Residents Going Bald for Cancer Research

Science Fair Explores Water, Aviation and Robotics

High school students look at everything from phosphate levels in water to how fast projectiles fly.

Science Fair Explores Water, Aviation and Robotics

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

News Briefs

News Briefs

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar

Calendar

Camps & Schools Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

News Briefs

News Briefs

Nonprofit Groups Honored

To mark People with Developmental Disabilities Month, Arlington honored the private groups that provide housing and other services.

Nonprofit Groups Honored

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

The Supreme Court's Decision

A summary, minus legalese.

The Supreme Court's Decision

Court to Decide Park Use

The question before the state supreme court is what is public use of park.

Court to Decide Park Use

Calendar

Calendar

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

2-Person Musical: 'The Last 5 Years'

To be presented March 17, 18, 20 at Fairfax Academy.

2-Person Musical: 'The Last 5 Years'

Forum in the 45th

Six candidates meet to discuss issues.

Forum in the 45th

News Briefs

News Briefs

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Heading for Sri Lanka

Christian Fellowship Church in Ashburn is sending a dozen volunteers for tsunami relief.

Heading for Sri Lanka

Calendar

Calendar

Taylor Run

Taylor Run

Mayor Predicts Tax Rate Reduction

A bright future encased in challenges.

Mayor Predicts Tax Rate Reduction

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

To a Woman's Success

Olympia Dukakis speaks at women's leadership conference in Tysons Corner.

To a Woman's Success

Lighted Ballfields for Colin Powell?

Lighted Ballfields for Colin Powell?

Roundups

Roundups

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

A Volunteer's Community Commitment

Carter Dudley Flemming, a native Alexandrian, is honored by her peers.

A Volunteer's Community Commitment

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

School Notes

School Notes

Stone House, Paper Trail

Museum premieres new documentary about John Carlyle.

Stone House, Paper Trail

Ambulance Billing To Start

Board of Supervisors adopted EMS fee schedule in 2004.

Ambulance Billing To Start

Community Notes

Community Notes

Business

Business

News Briefs

News Briefs

College Notes

College Notes

College Notes

College Notes

News Briefs

News Briefs

Schools

Schools

8 Cent Solution

Mayor tells council that he wants an 8-cent tax rate reduction; tax bills to rise.

8 Cent Solution

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

College Notes

College Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Real Estate

Real Estate

College Notes

College Notes

Schools

Schools

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

City Requests Federal Dollars

Most of the proposals increase security.

City Requests Federal Dollars

Tuesday, March 8

Freaky Friday

Freaky Friday

Homeowners Can Appeal Property Tax Assessments

Tax bills on rise even as rates go down.

Homeowners Can Appeal Property Tax Assessments

Community Battles Gridlock

The first round of public meetings on transportation needs is being held over the next two weeks.

Community Battles Gridlock

Bringing Home the Pork, Err, Bacon

Shannon secures some local funding.

Bringing Home the Pork, Err, Bacon

Cows for Kids Inspires Play, Soup Benefit

Students at Langley School hold play to benefit Massai tribes in Kenya.

Cows for Kids Inspires Play, Soup Benefit

Difficult Run Difficulties

Fairfax County's largest watershed is under review.

Difficult Run Difficulties

People

People

Tales from the Tsunami

Fairfax firefighter describes his experiences helping with tsunami relief efforts.

Tales from the Tsunami

Algae Solutions Offered

Lake Anne has a high concentration of nutrients, resulting in algae blooming.

Algae Solutions Offered

Community Battles Gridlock

The first round of public meetings on transportation needs is being held over the next two weeks.

Community Battles Gridlock

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Happy Birthday, Byrd

Richard Byrd Library in Springfield celebrates 40 years on Commerce Avenue.

Happy Birthday, Byrd

Albo Back from Richmond

Delegate is pleased with the General Assembly’s decision-making on the budget surplus.

Albo Back from Richmond

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Reading across Kings Park

Reading across Kings Park

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Albo Back from Richmond

Delegate is pleased with the General Assembly’s decision-making on the budget surplus.

Albo Back from Richmond

Gallery Presents Student Exhibit

Gallery Presents Student Exhibit

Nightlife

Nightlife

Donkeys and Pandas and Apples, Oh My

Vienna man creates for public and himself.

Donkeys and Pandas and Apples, Oh My

Faith

Faith

A Warm Partnership

New secondary school partners with Cold War Museum.

A Warm Partnership

Braddock Hears Budget Breakdown

Braddock supervisor hosts county budget meeting.

Braddock Hears Budget Breakdown

Braddock Hears Budget Breakdown

Braddock supervisor hosts county budget meeting.

Braddock Hears Budget Breakdown

'Sedate’ Session Comes to Close

Assisted living and technology top senator’s list.

'Sedate’ Session Comes to Close

Business

Business

A Journey through Mosby Woods

A Journey through Mosby Woods

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Gardening Notes

Gardening Notes

Art Scene

Art Scene

Town Hall Meeting Packs Town Hall

Davis explains policies, plans to his constituents.

Town Hall Meeting Packs Town Hall

Council Moves Ahead on Renovations

Draft of budget presented; proposed tax rate is $0.87.

Council Moves Ahead on Renovations

This Week in Arlington

This Week in Arlington

Council Rejects Beulah Appeal

Sound wall is found aesthetically consistent with Town.

Council Rejects Beulah Appeal

Volunteers

Volunteers

Controversial Case Day at Langley High School

Supreme Court cases discussed focused on the propriety of the Ten Commandments on public grounds.

Controversial Case Day at Langley High School

Cows for Kids Inspires Play, Soup Benefit

Students at Langley School hold play to benefit Massai tribes in Kenya.

Cows for Kids Inspires Play, Soup Benefit

This Week in Potomac 3-9-05

This Week in Potomac 3-9-05

Potomac Unplugged

Workers remove debris that formed dam under Olmsted Island Bridge.

Potomac Unplugged

A Warm Partnership

New secondary school partners with Cold War Museum.

A Warm Partnership

How Much for Gallon of Unleaded?

School system formulates remediation plan for lead in water.

How Much for Gallon of Unleaded?

Community

Community

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Calendar

Calendar

Albo Back from Richmond

Delegate is pleased with the General Assembly’s decision-making on the budget surplus.

Albo Back from Richmond

Volunteer

Volunteer

A Journey through Mosby Woods

A Journey through Mosby Woods

Controversial Case Day at Langley High School

Supreme Court cases discussed focused on the propriety of the Ten Commandments on public grounds.

Controversial Case Day at Langley High School

Reading across Kings Park

Reading across Kings Park

A Warm Partnership

New secondary school partners with Cold War Museum.

A Warm Partnership

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

Business

Business

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Chap Recaps

Session over, now delegate turns to campaigns.

Chap Recaps

Art Scene

Art Scene

Senior Living

Senior Living

GFCA reviews issues

Verizon, trees and construction discussed

GFCA reviews issues

Chevy Chase Bank Plan Approved

Oakton Schoolhouse move is still under consideration.

Chevy Chase Bank Plan Approved

Time for Reading at Waples Mill

Time for Reading at Waples Mill

Great Falls This Week

Great Falls This Week

Churchill’s Hall of Fame Reopens

Gala event honors Churchill’s first inductees in a decade.

Churchill’s Hall of Fame Reopens

Reading across Kings Park

Reading across Kings Park

'Sedate’ Session Comes to Close

Assisted living and technology top senator’s list.

'Sedate’ Session Comes to Close

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

McLean This Week

McLean This Week

Rebuilding Homes, Dreams

Over 2,000 volunteers will work on 60-70 homes during this year’s Rebuilding Together weekend.

Rebuilding Homes, Dreams

Community Battles Gridlock

The first round of public meetings on transportation needs is being held over the next two weeks.

Community Battles Gridlock

The Real World: Greenspring

Springfield seniors learn the nuts and bolts of digital filmmaking.

The Real World: Greenspring

Leading by Example

In 34 years as a Restonian, Nancy Davis helped beautify Reston.

Leading by Example

Developing Reston

Proposed developments worry some residents.

Developing Reston

Wednesday, March 2

Commerce Bank OK'd

Supervisors agree to new bank at Centre Ridge.

Commerce Bank OK'd

News Briefs

News Briefs

Signal Hill Parking Hearing Postponed

Signal Hill Parking Hearing Postponed

Local Officials Oppose “Anti-Immigrant” Bills

Bills proposed would deny workmen’s compensation, medical care and access to higher education.

Local Officials Oppose “Anti-Immigrant” Bills

Crosspointe Fire Station a Go

The four-bay, 14,000-square-foot facility will be built on land recently purchased by the county on Hampton Road.

Crosspointe Fire Station a Go

News Briefs

News Briefs

Gambling Charges Yield 2 Suspended Sentences

Gambling Charges Yield 2 Suspended Sentences

A Crime Spree, Then a Break

Two suspects will be charged with targeting pizza delivery men.

A Crime Spree, Then a Break

Marsden Throws Hat in Ring

Campaign 2005

Marsden Throws Hat in Ring

Crosspointe Fire Station a Go

The four-bay, 14,000-square-foot facility will be built on land recently purchased by the county on Hampton Road.

Crosspointe Fire Station a Go

Lewis and Clark Secondary?

Lewis and Clark Secondary?

Bright Ideas at Brookfield

Science Night brings out students' creative inventions.

Bright Ideas at Brookfield

Arlington Theaters Capture Helen Hayes Nominations

Signature Theater wins 15 nominations, Open Circle also scores.

Arlington Theaters Capture Helen Hayes Nominations

Arlington’s Defense Future Threatened

Proposed post 9/11 security standards would require defense agencies and contractors to move elsewhere.

Arlington’s Defense Future Threatened

Camps & Schools Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Murphy Ruled Incompetent To Stand Trial

The next hearing scheduled for June 2.

Murphy Ruled Incompetent To Stand Trial

Job-Shadow Offers Peek at Hospitality Careers

Job-Shadow Offers Peek at Hospitality Careers

Assembly Review

For Alexandria lobbyist, sometimes it's also a matter of stopping certain bills.

Assembly Review

No Appeal Filed, No Bill

Senate bill withdrawn as Arlington announces no plans to appeal affordable housing.

No Appeal Filed, No Bill

Fairfax Students Build in Springfield

School Board approves the use of 13 acres of land in Springfield as site for construction technology program.

Fairfax Students Build in Springfield

Runway Expansion Proposed

Two additional runways proposed for Dulles.

Runway Expansion Proposed

How They Voted

How They Voted

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Marsden Throws Hat in Ring

Campaign 2005

Marsden Throws Hat in Ring

Customers Come First for New WMATA Chief

Lee District supervisor heads Metro Board.

Customers Come First for New WMATA Chief

Bolen Park Turns Heads

Park swap proposal from developer who sits on Commonwealth Transportation Board has some raising questions about a possible conflict of interest.

Bolen Park Turns Heads

Congressmen Weigh Social Security Reform

Congressmen Weigh Social Security Reform

A Local Hero

Essay

A Local Hero

Finding the Funny in Life

Former Burke resident brings her humor to Wolf Trap as she tours with Second City.

Finding the Funny in Life

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Rapist to Serve 13 Years

Travis Crosby, 25, of Sterling, was sentenced for breaking and entering and sexual assault.

Rapist to Serve 13 Years

Celebrating 100 Years of Rotary

Herndon Rotary Club celebrates international organization's 100-year anniversary with 52 local groups.

Celebrating 100 Years of Rotary

A Local Hero

Essay

A Local Hero

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar

Calendar

College Notes

College Notes

Students Learn Politics First-Hand

Herndon High School political science students spend semester interning in Washington.

Students Learn Politics First-Hand

Kicking Off Relay For Life

Kicking Off Relay For Life

Police Sheet Wrap-Up

The Sheriff's Office has had a colorful week of unusual crime activity.

Police Sheet Wrap-Up

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Around and Around

Judge orders state health commissioner to reconsider Broadlands Regional Medical Center decision.

Around and Around

Finding the Funny in Life

Former Burke resident brings her humor to Wolf Trap as she tours with Second City.

Finding the Funny in Life

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Art Auction To Benefit Kenyans

Art Auction To Benefit Kenyans

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Finding the Funny in Life

Former Burke resident brings her humor to Wolf Trap as she tours with Second City.

Finding the Funny in Life

Finding the Funny in Life

Former Burke resident brings her humor to Wolf Trap as she tours with Second City.

Finding the Funny in Life

Homeowner Activists Change Landscape

Public Storage willing to sell controversial plot.

Homeowner Activists Change Landscape

Cicadas Make Music

This summer’s cicadas provided the inspiration for the Bilowus’ song, “The Year of the Cicada.”

Cicadas Make Music

Coronel, Monday Go 4th at States

Jones, O'Hair wrestle to titles.

Coronel, Monday Go 4th at States

Angels on Hand for Ball

Campagna Center celebrates with Vegas-style party.

Angels on Hand for Ball

Nursing Home Gets Bus Shelter Back

Hinson paves road to make way for bus.

Nursing Home Gets Bus Shelter Back

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Snowstorm Breaks Record

Students get four days off from school.

Snowstorm Breaks Record

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Zoning Change Would Allow Restaurant Expansion

More comprehensive look expected during revision of town comprehensive plan.

Zoning Change Would Allow Restaurant Expansion

College Notes

College Notes

Officer Recovering After Hit and Run Accident

Fairfax County police officer struck by drunk driver.

Officer Recovering After Hit and Run Accident

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Addressing Domestic Violence

NOVACO raises awareness and funds to tackle domestic violence.

Addressing Domestic Violence

What Is 4/10 of a Student?

School system explains enrollment calculations, with focus on Fairlee.

What Is 4/10 of a Student?

Round One for Transportation

Meetings kick off in Mount Vernon.

Round One for Transportation

Some Broad Run Farms Wells Contaminated

Seven wells have tested positive for trichloroethylene, which can create health problems with long-term exposure.

Some Broad Run Farms Wells Contaminated

Health Notes

Health Notes

Route 28 Update

Interchanges are opening on schedule, but some businesses report access difficulty.

Route 28 Update

News Briefs

News Briefs

Health Notes

Health Notes

Mount Vernon's Heroes Celebrated

County honors its public safety personnel.

Mount Vernon's Heroes Celebrated

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Happy Hats, Happy Help

Restonians make hats for children at Fairfax Inova Hospital.

Happy Hats, Happy Help

Land Use Demystified in Lee

Land-use committee has been a valuable resource in the decision-making process.

Land Use Demystified in Lee

College Notes

College Notes

Fairfax Students Build in Springfield

School Board approves the use of 13 acres of land in Springfield as site for construction technology program.

Fairfax Students Build in Springfield

Camps & Schools Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Robberies Concern Merchants

Robberies at Lake Anne Plaza seem to be increasing.

Robberies Concern Merchants

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Lewis and Clark Secondary?

Lewis and Clark Secondary?

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

News Briefs

News Briefs

Losing Affordable Housing

Area's economic growth causes higher housing costs and less available affordable units.

Losing Affordable Housing

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

College Notes

College Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Viola Nell Stapleton

Obituary

Viola Nell Stapleton

A Bridge Grows in Springfield

Construction crews install a 160-foot bridge to connect a pedestrian trail on Hillside Road

A Bridge Grows in Springfield

School Notes

School Notes

The Show Must Go On

‘Arsenic and Old Lace’ set to open at Aldersgate this weekend.

The Show Must Go On

Learning Finances First-Hand

Workers help out with local schools and base activities.

Learning Finances First-Hand

Astronaut Describes Search for Planets

The Kepler satellite will look for earth-sized planets.

Astronaut Describes Search for Planets

Bringing Peace to War-Torn City

Springfield native spent four months in Baghdad creating peace-keeping teamsWearing a red baseball cap, Tom Fox sits at a table in the empty coffee shop inside the bookstore, soft blue eyes examining

Bringing Peace to War-Torn City

How the Local Delegation Fared

Bills Going to Governor

How the Local Delegation Fared

Angels on Hand for Ball

Campagna Center celebrates with Vegas-style party.

Angels on Hand for Ball

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Retson Is on Medical Mission in Honduras

Retson Is on Medical Mission in Honduras

Lewis and Clark Secondary?

Lewis and Clark Secondary?

News Briefs

News Briefs

Different Kinds of Security

Social Security and the Iraq War dominate town hall meeting.

Different Kinds of Security

Chantilly High Bands Shine

Nine different groups performing at their peaks.

Chantilly High Bands Shine

Involvement a Priority

The Reston Times receives Best of Reston honors for participation in community events and issues.

Involvement a Priority

Forums Offer Different Voices

MVHS focuses on women’s issues; WPHS on diversity.

Forums Offer Different Voices

Roundups

Roundups

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Marsden Throws Hat in Ring

Campaign 2005

Marsden Throws Hat in Ring

Signal Hill Parking Hearing Postponed

Signal Hill Parking Hearing Postponed

What Is 4/10 of a Student?

School system explains enrollment calculations, with focus on Fairlee.

What Is 4/10 of a Student?

Local Man Indicted For Grand Larceny

Local Man Indicted For Grand Larceny

Bringing Peace to War-Torn City

Springfield native spent four months in Baghdad creating peace-keeping teams

Bringing Peace to War-Torn City

Bringing Peace to War-Torn City

Springfield native spent four months in Baghdad creating peace-keeping teams

Bringing Peace to War-Torn City

Retson Is on Medical Mission in Honduras

Retson Is on Medical Mission in Honduras

Hispanic Theater Festival Opens in Arlington

On the opening weekend, theatre-goers saw a 17th century play with an existentialist twist.

Hispanic Theater Festival Opens in Arlington

Fairfax Students Build in Springfield

School Board approves the use of 13 acres of land in Springfield as site for construction technology program.

Fairfax Students Build in Springfield

PTO Gets 'Taste of Alexandria'

Sixty-five restaurants entice with their cuisine.

PTO Gets 'Taste of Alexandria'

Two Safeways Close

Two Safeways Close

Tuesday, March 1

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Camps and Schools

Camps and Schools

In McLean It’s All About Food

Seventh annual Taste of McLean event opens this weekend at the McLean Community Center.

In McLean It’s All About Food

Construction to Begin at Clemyjontri Park

Board of Supervisors approved the contractual agreement at meeting Monday.

Construction to Begin at Clemyjontri Park

Calendar

Calendar

People

People

Night Life

Night Life

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Camps and Schools

Camps and Schools

Two Appointed to Boards

Two Appointed to Boards

Business

Business

Family Honored for Swim Program

The Pizzano family created a therapeutic swim program for children with disabilities, in memory of their son.

Family Honored for Swim Program

Lynne Cheney Visits the Potomac School

Second Lady read her latest children’s book, ‘When Washington Crossed the Delaware,’ to students in the Lower School.

Lynne Cheney Visits the Potomac School

Business

Business

Faith

Faith

Marjorie Bennetts LeDane

Obituary

Marjorie Bennetts LeDane

Faith

Faith

Faith

Faith

George J. Rosenshein

Obitiuary

George J. Rosenshein

Vacancies

Vacancies

Snapshots of a Photographer’s Life

Del Ankers photographed presidents, filmed Porsches.

Snapshots of a Photographer’s Life

Lynne Cheney Visits the Potomac School

Second Lady read her latest children’s book, ‘When Washington Crossed the Delaware,’ to students in the Lower School.

Lynne Cheney Visits the Potomac School