Stories for May 2005

Stories for May 2005

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Tuesday, May 31

Nora Mancha Dies

Nora Mancha Dies

A 'Midnight' Dance

Lee High School students enjoy 2005 Senior Prom.

A 'Midnight' Dance

Gone, Not Forgotten

Ceremony marks contributions of American veterans.

Gone, Not Forgotten

Fine Arts Scene

Fine Arts Scene

Community

Community

Camps

Camps

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Scholarship Carries Personal Message

Vienna Women’s Club presents two awards this year.

Scholarship Carries Personal Message

Volunteer Notes

Volunteer Notes

Community Notes

Community Notes

Fine Arts Scene

Fine Arts Scene

Community Notes

Community Notes

Senior Living

Senior Living

Volunteer Notes

Volunteer Notes

The Gift of Life

West Springfield High student uses her teacher as an inspiration for a scholarship about organ donation.

The Gift of Life

Clubs and Organizations

Clubs and Organizations

Business

Business

Volunteer Notes

Volunteer Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Clubs and Organizations

Clubs and Organizations

Business Notes

Business Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Volunteering

Volunteering

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Side Out for Cancer

West Springfield coach starts a volleyball tournament in honor of his mother's battle with breast cancer.

Side Out for Cancer

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Schools

Schools

Parkway Delays Ahead

VDOT changes requirements on accepting portion of proving grounds.

Parkway Delays Ahead

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Briefs

Health Briefs

Aldrin Visits Namesake

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

Aldrin Visits Namesake

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

Relay for Life Fast Approaching

Relay for Life Fast Approaching

Route 50: Still Bad

Citizens line up to tell VDOT what's wrong with the road.

Route 50: Still Bad

Music Fest Gathers Steam

Music Fest Gathers Steam

Cleaning Up the Neighborhood

Cleaning Up the Neighborhood

Dancing the Day Away

Dancing the Day Away

Investigating Homework Levels

School Board and parents complain about too much homework.

Investigating Homework Levels

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Chamber Welcomes New Citizens

Hispanic Business Committee meeting serves double purpose.

Chamber Welcomes New Citizens

Ehlert-Gray Wed

Weddings

Ehlert-Gray Wed

In America

Ashburn is home to many au pairs, who help raise children while learning about a new culture.

In America

In America

Ashburn is home to many au pairs, who help raise children while learning about a new culture.

In America

People

People

Veterans, Community Remember

Memorial Day ceremony honors those who fought for America's freedom.

Veterans, Community Remember

Love Box Needs Space

Love Box Needs Space

Business Center Added to Shaw Road

Developers build on virgin lot.

Business Center Added to Shaw Road

Historian Visits Dranesville Elementary School

Historian Visits Dranesville Elementary School

Faith

Faith

Helping Mwana

Crossroads United Methodist Church has forged a longtime commitment to improving education in a town in Uganda.

Helping Mwana

PETA Claims Animal Abuse

Tysons Corner lab performs research on primates.

PETA Claims Animal Abuse

Seeking Memorabilia

Seeking Memorabilia

Honoring Those Who Served

Annual Ride of the Patriots honors current and former soldiers.

Honoring Those Who Served

Food Drive Nets 9000 Pounds

McLean Postal Carriers collected 4.5 tons of food during recent hunger drive.

Food Drive Nets 9000 Pounds

Suspect Wanted

Suspect Wanted

Lewinsville Dedicates East Addition

Retirement home provides affordable housing options for seniors.

Lewinsville Dedicates East Addition

The Second To Last Hurrah

Langley Juniors planning, looking forward to first prom

The Second To Last Hurrah

Music Fest Gathers Steam

Music Fest Gathers Steam

Residents to Receive Bottled Water

The move is to provide "peace of mind" to residents with TCE in their wells.

Residents to Receive Bottled Water

Side Out for Cancer

West Springfield coach starts a volleyball tournament in honor of his mother's battle with breast cancer.

Side Out for Cancer

Debating Metro

Impact of planned rail extension through Tysons is still a controversial issue.

Debating Metro

Primary Vote is June 14

Primary Vote is June 14

'Laramie' Sparks Dialogue, Not Controversy

Lake Braddock production receives acclaim for tackling the controversial drama.

'Laramie' Sparks Dialogue, Not Controversy

Parkway Delays Ahead

VDOT changes requirements on accepting portion of proving grounds.

Parkway Delays Ahead

Food Drive Nets 9000 Pounds

McLean Postal Carriers collected 4.5 tons of food during recent hunger drive.

Food Drive Nets 9000 Pounds

Great Falls Celebrates Memorial Day

First Memorial Day ceremony held at Great Falls Freedom Memorial.

Great Falls Celebrates Memorial Day

Honoring Those Who Served

Annual Ride of the Patriots honors current and former soldiers.

Honoring Those Who Served

George Mason Boulevard Progressing

Fate of sound wall remains uncertain.

George Mason Boulevard Progressing

Great Falls this Week

Great Falls this Week

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

The Gift of Life

West Springfield High student uses her teacher as an inspiration for a scholarship about organ donation.

The Gift of Life

Choose Only One

Voters can’t split their tickets during primary election.

Choose Only One

Nora Macha Dies

Nora Macha Dies

Celebrating Friendship

Dante Ristorante to host fund-raiser in honor of Elliott Needleman.

Celebrating Friendship

Primary Vote is June 14

Primary Vote is June 14

Fairfax Honors Its Veterans

Fairfax Honors Its Veterans

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

Business Briefs

Business Briefs

Debating Metro

Impact of planned rail extension through Tysons is still a controversial issue.

Debating Metro

PETA Claims Animal Abuse

Tysons Corner lab performs research on primates.

PETA Claims Animal Abuse

Side Out for Cancer

West Springfield coach starts a volleyball tournament in honor of his mother's battle with breast cancer.

Side Out for Cancer

The Gift of Life

West Springfield High student uses her teacher as an inspiration for a scholarship about organ donation.

The Gift of Life

Cougars Scoop District Title

Cougars Scoop District Title

McLean this Week

McLean this Week

Military Notes

Military Notes

Celebrating Friendship

Dante Ristorante to host fund-raiser in honor of Elliott Needleman.

Celebrating Friendship

Faith

Faith

People Notes

People Notes

Parkway Delays Ahead

VDOT changes requirements on accepting portion of proving grounds.

Parkway Delays Ahead

The Second To Last Hurrah

Langley Juniors planning, looking forward to first prom

The Second To Last Hurrah

'Laramie' Sparks Dialogue, Not Controversy

Lake Braddock production receives acclaim for tackling the controversial drama.

'Laramie' Sparks Dialogue, Not Controversy

Classes and Workshops

Classes and Workshops

College Notes

College Notes

Classes and Workshops

Classes and Workshops

Arlington this Week

Arlington this Week

Faith

Faith

School Committee Approves Drama Policy

The policy still needs full School Board approval.

School Committee Approves Drama Policy

People Notes

People Notes

Lewinsville Dedicates East Addition

Retirement home provides affordable housing options for seniors.

Lewinsville Dedicates East Addition

Loudoun Celebrates Its Youth

Special events are scheduled all week.

Loudoun Celebrates Its Youth

Camps

Camps

Both Primaries Set for June 14

Both Primaries Set for June 14

People Notes

People Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Monday, May 30

Wootton Hot Spots: Chat Rooms and the Bahamas?

Wootton Prom Viewpoints

Wootton Hot Spots: Chat Rooms and the Bahamas?

Government that Matters

As federal and state governments reduce programs for needy, Perez sees county carrying increased burden.

Government that Matters

'Miz Pat's' Retirement Marks End of Era

Potomac Village School will close after 30 years.

'Miz Pat's' Retirement Marks End of Era

Son's Death Propels Effort on Foreign Road Safety

Organization raising awareness on road crashes abroad marks 10th year.

Son's Death Propels Effort on Foreign Road Safety

Bridle and Groom

Bridle and Groom

Rescuers Stress Power of the Potomac

Drownings rise in 2004, but remain down from past levels.

Rescuers Stress Power of the Potomac

Suspect in Mall Stabbing To Be Evaluated

Three women hospitalized after attack.

Suspect in Mall Stabbing To Be Evaluated

Congressional Tees Up for Classic

Parking, traffic offset by tournament's players.

Congressional Tees Up for Classic

This Week in Potomac 6-1-05

This Week in Potomac 6-1-05

Spring-time Send-off for Prom

Spring-time Send-off for Prom

Wednesday, May 25

Craddock Runs in 67th Race

Seeking to un-seat incumbent Gary Reese

Craddock Runs in 67th Race

Coming Soon: Herndon Festival

Coming Soon: Herndon Festival

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

School Notes

School Notes

Bird House Presentation

Bird House Presentation

Volunteering

Volunteering

Teenagers Missing

Teenagers Missing

Senior Showcase

Senior Showcase

Herndon Man Pleads Guilty

Herndon Man Pleads Guilty

Highway As Beast

Dulles south's main thoroughfare is under scrutiny by officials who want to fix it and residents who want to avoid it.

Highway As Beast

Landfill for Sale: Probable Source of TCE

Developer Has Contract on Landfill.

Landfill for Sale: Probable Source of TCE

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Business

Business

Residents Resist Flood Study

Broad Run Farms residents want to be left alone.

Residents Resist Flood Study

Teen Recognized for Volunteer Efforts

Maggie Marshal wins two awards for making happy hats for hospital pediatrics.

Teen Recognized for Volunteer Efforts

People

People

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Art Students Inspired

Art Students Inspired

RA Considers Commercial Properties

RA Considers Commercial Properties

Faith

Faith

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health

Health

Schools

Schools

School Notes

School Notes

2005 Cappies Nominations Announced

2005 Cappies Nominations Announced

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

People Notes

People Notes

Real Estate

Real Estate

School Notes

School Notes

Drama Policy Takes Center Stage

A School Board committee will vote on a theater policy.

Drama Policy Takes Center Stage

In-law Suite: Finding a New Home

Some people are thinking bigger when it comes to in-law suites.

In-law Suite: Finding a New Home

Calendar

Calendar

Reston Post Office Named For Pennino

Reston Post Office Named For Pennino

Profile in Service: Giving Circle of Hope

Finding strength in unity, the Giving Circle of Hope doesn’t take long to make a difference in the community.

Profile in Service: Giving Circle of Hope

Calendar

Calendar

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Weddings

Weddings

Pause for Memorial Day

Remembering American heroes at the Alexandria National Cemetery.

Pause for Memorial Day

Judge Presides over Children's New Beginnings

'Adoption Saturday' brings finality to lingering court cases.

Judge Presides over Children's New Beginnings

Democrats Gather for Final Debate

Candidates for 45th delegate race spar one last time.

Democrats Gather for Final Debate

Wine Flows at Festival

Annual wine-tasting event at Mount Vernon sells out all three nights.

Wine Flows at Festival

A Day on the Water

Old Dominion Boat Club gives students a tour of the Potomac River.

A Day on the Water

Obituaries

James Richard McFadden

Obituaries

Floating WWII Memorial to Visit Alexandria

Floating WWII Memorial to Visit Alexandria

'Underground' Shopping Proposed

Braddock Road Metro Area's "urban village" continues to evolve.

'Underground' Shopping Proposed

A Living Monument

Smoke Tree memorializes Gloria Houser at Fort Ward Park.

A Living Monument

What's in a Blush?

Local inventor patents a new use for infrared cameras, using them to detect lies.

What's in a Blush?

Nora Mancha Dies After Illness

Nora Mancha Dies After Illness

Where the Water Goes

Arlington's Waste Water Treatment Plant gets an upgrade; sewage rate increase explained.

Where the Water Goes

Local GOP Women Gain National Perspective

Federation president joins Mount Vernon Republican Women for lunch.

Local GOP Women Gain National Perspective

Military

Military

In Praise of SROS

PFC Goodley and Miller maintain order at middle schools.

In Praise of SROS

Arlington School Board Adopts Budget

Candidates react to construction costs and funding cuts.

Arlington School Board Adopts Budget

Rebuilding Iraq One Step At a Time

Local soldier aids U.S. efforts to revitalize Iraq's economy, but some say real change will come from the people, not the Americans.

Rebuilding Iraq One Step At a Time

Yorktown High Evacuated

Student jailed after threatening another student through instant messaging.

Yorktown High Evacuated

Chamber Honors Scholarship Recipients

School Board members recognize students and address chamber.

Chamber Honors Scholarship Recipients

Franklin Farm Gets Hit

16 vehicles vandalized; items stolen from 16 others.

Franklin Farm Gets Hit

Hybla Valley, Groveton Hold Community Day

Community enjoys food, games, exhibits and lots of fun activities.

Hybla Valley, Groveton Hold Community Day

Amundson Kicks Off Reelection Campaign

Delegate uses Norwegian Independence Day to announce she’s running for another term.

Amundson Kicks Off Reelection Campaign

Nora Mancha Dies After Illness

Nora Mancha Dies After Illness

Aquinas Montessori Celebrates 40th Year

Alumni and former teachers return to partake in celebration.

Aquinas Montessori Celebrates 40th Year

New Rec Center Welcomes Public

Community enjoys activities at $19.2 million Cub Run facility in Chantilly.

New Rec Center Welcomes Public

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Westfield's 'Fiddler' Gets 13 Cappie Nods

Westfield's 'Fiddler' Gets 13 Cappie Nods

Christian Relief Marks 20th Year

Charitable organization keeps growing.

Christian Relief Marks 20th Year

Wine Flows at Festival

Annual wine-tasting event at Mount Vernon sells out all three nights.

Wine Flows at Festival

Community

Community

Neighbors Celebrate Herndon

Cultivating Community Initiative brings neighbors together.

Neighbors Celebrate Herndon

Council Scheduled to Review CIP

Town Council was scheduled to hear comment on fiscal year 2007-2011 Capital Improvement Program.

Council Scheduled to Review CIP

Program Penalizes Repeat Offenders

Town's interdiction program targets repeat violators of drug- and alcohol-related offenses.

Program Penalizes Repeat Offenders

Knocking On Doors For Votes

South Riding residents report to candidate that life is good — except the traffic, of course.

Knocking On Doors For Votes

Developers: You Need Us

At stakeholders meeting, Dulles south developers re-emphasize the area’s booming population and need for housing and road improvements.

Developers: You Need Us

New Plan For Growth?

New Plan For Growth?

Route 659 Re-Relocated

Route 659 Re-Relocated

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Tuesday, May 24

Nightlife

Nightlife

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Senior Living

Senior Living

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Gas Leak in Lorton

Gas Leak in Lorton

Town Center Emerging in Springfield?

A developer is proposing a major mixed-use development for central Springfield

Town Center Emerging in Springfield?

Great Falls this Week

Great Falls this Week

Hardy Souls

Bike to Work Day goes on despite rain.

Hardy Souls

Celebrating a Dreamer

Alden is recognized for work at Washington Post and McLean Community Center.

Celebrating a Dreamer

Planning Commission Makes APR Decisions

Nominations now move to Board of Supervisors.

Planning Commission Makes APR Decisions

Getting To Know ... Sandra Hambley

Profile

Getting To Know ... Sandra Hambley

Rolling with Pride

Annual motorcycle ride to honor veterans this weekend.

Rolling with Pride

Tysons Committee Expands

Tysons Committee Expands

Kindergarten Boot Camp

Springfield preschool invites veteran kindergartners to explain what to expect at school.

Kindergarten Boot Camp

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Health Notes

Health Notes

Fine Arts Scene

Fine Arts Scene

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Celebrating Memorial Day

Celebrating Memorial Day

Class Occasion

Churchill Prom '05

Class Occasion

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Another Lawsuit Filed Against Fairfax Water

CAP members filed papers May 10.

Another Lawsuit Filed Against Fairfax Water

New Bridge for Walker Road

Pedestrian access will be provided with new bridge.

New Bridge for Walker Road

Celebrating Memorial Day

Celebrating Memorial Day

High School Theaters Receive 2005 Cappies Nominations

High School Theaters Receive 2005 Cappies Nominations

Nottoway Decision Deferred

Planning Commission to rule June 15.

Nottoway Decision Deferred

Widening Roads, Quieting Planes

MCA Board adopts two resolutions at monthly meeting.

Widening Roads, Quieting Planes

A Legacy Lives On

Lake Braddock Theater Boosters donate money to pay for the Joe Leotta Scholarship.

A Legacy Lives On

Health Notes

Health Notes

In Peter's Memory

Burke couple works with Inova Health System to start a program for families of babies diagnosed with terminal illnesses.

In Peter's Memory

Fine Arts Scene

Fine Arts Scene

A Legacy Lives On

Lake Braddock Theater Boosters donate money to pay for the Joe Leotta Scholarship.

A Legacy Lives On

In Peter's Memory

Burke couple works with Inova Health System to start a program for families of babies diagnosed with terminal illnesses.

In Peter's Memory

Churchill Prom Viewpoints

How did you two become prom dates?

Churchill Prom Viewpoints

Tysons Committee Expands, Focuses

Former board chairman will head up citizens' committee.

Tysons Committee Expands, Focuses

Crane Sent Directly to Jail

Former teacher hoped to remain free to continue treatment after plea in sex offenses.

Crane Sent Directly to Jail

Honking for Helpers

Honking for Helpers

High School Theaters Receive 2005 Cappies Nominations

High School Theaters Receive 2005 Cappies Nominations

Going Batty To Learn Truth about Bats?

Potomac Pathways

Going Batty To Learn Truth about Bats?

Kindergarten Boot Camp

Springfield preschool invites veteran kindergartners to explain what to expect at school.

Kindergarten Boot Camp

Frank Talk About Teen Drug Use

Seminar tries to engage parents and answer questions.

Frank Talk About Teen Drug Use

Week in Arlington

Week in Arlington

Showing Off

Colvin Run Mill hosts annual Parks reception.

Showing Off

A Quarter Century of Caring

McLean Citizens Foundation celebrates 25th anniversary with gala and auction.

A Quarter Century of Caring

School Notes

School Notes

Rolling with Pride

Annual motorcycle ride to honor veterans this weekend.

Rolling with Pride

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Assault on Police Officer

Assault on Police Officer

Waiting For Life

Great Falls family holds fundraisers for daughter’s liver transplant.

Waiting For Life

Fire at County Facility

City firefighters extinguish blaze in five minutes.

Fire at County Facility

A Legacy Lives On

Lake Braddock Theater Boosters donate money to pay for the Joe Leotta Scholarship.

A Legacy Lives On

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

Crane Sent Directly to Jail

Former teacher hoped to remain free to continue treatment after plea in sex offenses.

Crane Sent Directly to Jail

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Mason Back in the Game

Former City of Fairfax Mayor John Mason runs for delegate in 37th district.

Mason Back in the Game

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

McLean this Week

McLean this Week

Burke Centre Examines Charter Groups

Conservancy Board is meeting to update the language of the guidelines for organizations that it charters.

Burke Centre Examines Charter Groups

Burke Centre Examines Charter Groups

Conservancy Board is meeting to update the language of the guidelines for organizations that it charters.

Burke Centre Examines Charter Groups

In Peter's Memory

Burke couple works with Inova Health System to start a program for families of babies diagnosed with terminal illnesses.

In Peter's Memory

Military Notes

Military Notes

Tysons Committee Expands

Tysons Committee Expands

Community Blasts Boundary Study

West Springfield groups host a forum for the Fairfax County School Board.

Community Blasts Boundary Study

Medical Reserve Corps Needs Volunteers

DuBois issues challenge to other supervisors: 100 volunteers each by June 30.

Medical Reserve Corps Needs Volunteers

Health Notes

Health Notes

Community Blasts Boundary Study

West Springfield groups host a forum for the Fairfax County School Board.

Community Blasts Boundary Study

Poplar Terrace Defeated

Planning Commission votes down controversial nomination.

Poplar Terrace Defeated

Rolling with Pride

Annual motorcycle ride to honor veterans this weekend.

Rolling with Pride

MADD Gives Public Safety Awards

Local officers honored for alcohol enforcement.

MADD Gives Public Safety Awards

Pooches Lead the Big Parade

Dogs are invited for the ‘Paws on Parade’ at this year’s Springfield Days parade.

Pooches Lead the Big Parade

Medical Reserve Corps Needs Volunteers

DuBois issues challenge to other supervisors: 100 volunteers each by June 30.

Medical Reserve Corps Needs Volunteers

Community Blasts Boundary Study

West Springfield groups host a forum for the Fairfax County School Board.

Community Blasts Boundary Study

He Did Everything With a Smile’

Wootton and St. George’s communities mourn loss of Wootton ‘04 graduate Aristides Michalakopoulos.

He Did Everything With a Smile’

Kindergarten Boot Camp

Springfield preschool invites veteran kindergartners to explain what to expect at school.

Kindergarten Boot Camp

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

Health Notes

Health Notes

Rolling with Pride

Annual motorcycle ride to honor veterans this weekend.

Rolling with Pride

Crane Sent Directly to Jail

Former teacher hoped to remain free to continue treatment after plea in sex offenses.

Crane Sent Directly to Jail

Classes

Classes

New Park on Lawyers Road

Residents have mixed reactions to new park.

New Park on Lawyers Road

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Crane Sent Directly to Jail

Former teacher hoped to remain free to continue treatment after plea in sex offenses.

Crane Sent Directly to Jail

Crane Sent Directly to Jail

Former Burke resident hoped to remain free to continue treatment after plea in sex offenses.

Crane Sent Directly to Jail

Fine Arts Scene

Fine Arts Scene

Life or Death

Jury considers fate of two convicted in murder of witness.

Life or Death

Council Approves Two New Houses

Lots will be split to make room for additional homes.

Council Approves Two New Houses

Monday, May 23

Bird's the Word

Bird's the Word

Berry Good Times

Berry Good Times

Capitalizing on Carelessness

River Falls residents report burglaries.

Capitalizing on Carelessness

All's Fair

All's Fair

Art Attack

Art Attack

Council Keeps Taxes to Charter Limit

Approves $3.05 billion operating budget for Fiscal Year 2006.

Council Keeps Taxes to Charter Limit

Meeting on Tree Cutting

Meeting on Tree Cutting

This Week in Potomac 5-25-05

This Week in Potomac 5-25-05

Campout Teach-In

Campout Teach-In

Sunday, May 22

News Briefs

News Briefs

News Briefs

News Briefs

Wednesday, May 18

Benefit Turns Spotlight on Domestic Violence

Performance with classical vocalists celebrates anniversary and helps women.

Benefit Turns Spotlight on Domestic Violence

Cars Struck by BB Guns.

Police exploring leads and looking for citizen’s help.

Cars Struck by BB Guns.

Murder Rocks Quiet Clifton

Victim, suspect, both lived in the same house.

Murder Rocks Quiet Clifton

Schools Notebook 5-18-05

Churchill Spring Carnival; Beverly Farms' New Principal

Schools Notebook 5-18-05

Camps

Camps

Governing Documents Work Session

RA makes decisions about covenant enforcement.

Governing Documents Work Session

Business Notes

Business Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Community Notes

Community Notes

People Notes

People Notes

Calendar

May 19 - June 1

Calendar

Calendar, pt. 2

June 2 & beyond

Calendar, pt. 2

Business Notes

Business Notes

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

School Notes

School Notes

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Community Notes

Community Notes

Calendar, pt. 2

June 2 & beyond

Calendar, pt. 2

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

People Notes

People Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Calendar

May 19 - June 1

Calendar

Community Notes

Community Notes

Calendar

Calendar

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

Huge Korean Church Still Tries for Approval

Huge Korean Church Still Tries for Approval

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Activists Unite, Support Town Status

Local political divisions fade when it comes to Reston becoming a town.

Activists Unite, Support Town Status

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Calendar

Calendar

Health and Fitness

Health and Fitness

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

People Notes

People Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Community Notes

Community Notes

Profile in Service: Andrea Foley

Foley was awarded the Direct Service in Arts and Humanities award from Volunteer Fairfax.

Profile in Service: Andrea Foley

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

CVHS Seniors to Watch

Star students shine at Centreville High School.

CVHS Seniors to Watch

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Microchip Cat

Lost pet returned to family by means of radio tag implant.

Microchip Cat

Police Charge Man With 1991 Rape

Police Charge Man With 1991 Rape

Plays Earn Cappie Nominations

Plays Earn Cappie Nominations

School Notes

School Notes

Area High Schools Receive Cappie Nominations

Area High Schools Receive Cappie Nominations

Budget Cuts for Schools

School Board reduces its budget by $1.6 million.

Budget Cuts for Schools

2005 Cappies Nominations

2005 Cappies Nominations

Task Force Reviews Haul Routes

Vouchers for car washes?

Task Force Reviews Haul Routes

10 Months Jail for Peeping

10 Months Jail for Peeping

Jewish Community

Jewish Community

'Route to Victory' Sign Dedicated

'Route to Victory' Sign Dedicated

Neighborhoods

Goodwin House

Neighborhoods

'Route to Victory' Sign Dedicated

'Route to Victory' Sign Dedicated

Planning for 28-Acre Park

"Linear park" to buffer Potomac Yard from its original users.

Planning for 28-Acre Park

Microsoft Grants 'Unlimited Potential'

Center gives help through self sufficiency.

Microsoft Grants 'Unlimited Potential'

Dugo Charged: 2 More Crimes

Dugo Charged: 2 More Crimes

Speaking for the City

Barbara Gordon will leave city government this summer.

Speaking for the City

Defensive Moves...

Defense Department brings the war home —in economic terms.

Defensive Moves...

WFCCA Gives Nod to Local Dog Park

WFCCA Gives Nod to Local Dog Park

Neighborhoods

Seminary Valley

Neighborhoods

School Notes

School Notes

Police Unity Ride

Police Unity Ride

Business Notes

Business Notes

Preliminary Hearing on Murder

Judge Sends Homicide Case to Grand Jury

Preliminary Hearing on Murder

News Briefs

News Briefs

Tourism Workers Volunteer for Clean-up

Tourism Workers Volunteer for Clean-up

Biking to Work

Two wheels, no gasoline, no worries.

Biking to Work

Sizzlin' Jazz and Pizzazz

Chantilly High presents 19th annual showcase of singers and musicians.

Sizzlin' Jazz and Pizzazz

Still No Answers for Mobile Home Park Residents

Still No Answers for Mobile Home Park Residents

Tourism Workers Volunteer for Clean-up

Tourism Workers Volunteer for Clean-up

Neighborhoods

Del ray

Neighborhoods

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Jail Time, Restitution for Embezzlement

Jail Time, Restitution for Embezzlement

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Benefit Turns Spotlight on Domestic Violence

Performance with classical vocalists celebrates anniversary and helps women.

Benefit Turns Spotlight on Domestic Violence

School Notes

School Notes

Arlington's Finest Honored

New memorial salutes Arlington police killed in the line of duty.

Arlington's Finest Honored

Mt. View Honors Pregnant, Parenting Students

Mt. View Honors Pregnant, Parenting Students

College Notes

College Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Microsoft Grants 'Unlimited Potential'

Center gives help through self sufficiency

Microsoft Grants 'Unlimited Potential'

Defensive Moves...

Defense Department brings the war home— in economic terms.

Defensive Moves...

College Notes

College Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Multiplex Here to Stay

National Amusements plan to keep theatre open.

Multiplex Here to Stay

News Briefs

News Briefs

School Notes

School Notes

The Axe Falls

Base closings, new defense regulations spark exodus of federal employees and office leases.

The Axe Falls

Bright Futures for Mountain View Moms

Bright Futures for Mountain View Moms

High Schools Gear Up for All-Night Parties

Mount Vernon and West Potomac seniors heading to Dave & Busters.

High Schools Gear Up for All-Night Parties

Fight for the 45th

New boundaries and big shoes to fill in the race for delegate.

Fight for the 45th

College Notes

College Notes

College Notes

College Notes

10 Months Jail for Peeping

10 Months Jail for Peeping

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

College Notes

College Notes

School Notes

School Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Tuesday, May 17

Fish Kill in Pohick Creek

State officials suspect pool drainage killed hundreds of fish.

Fish Kill in Pohick Creek

Trial Set in Harricharan Case

Trial Set in Harricharan Case

McLean Day Saturday

McLean Day Saturday

McLean this Week

McLean this Week

Celebrating May Day

The conclusion of the Potomac School’s centennial year is full of tradition and alumni visitors.

Celebrating May Day

'Hello Dolly' at Hayfield

Cappies Review

'Hello Dolly' at Hayfield

Hoover’s ‘Patience’ a Virtue

Hoover’s ‘Patience’ a Virtue

'Hello Dolly' at Hayfield

Cappies Review

'Hello Dolly' at Hayfield

Guide Honored by Fairfax County

Marijke Gate is recognized for her years of service to Riverbend Park.

Guide Honored by Fairfax County

Officials Deem Fire 'Suspicious'

Storage Container at Paul VI High School burns.

Officials Deem Fire 'Suspicious'

Cougars Dress Up

Juniors and seniors dance at annual spring formal.

Cougars Dress Up

'Historic' Decision Ahead for Lorton

Fairfax County seeks to put former prison site on the National Register of Historic Places.

'Historic' Decision Ahead for Lorton

History Comes Alive

Claude Moore Market Fair Days this weekend.

History Comes Alive

'Hello Dolly' at Hayfield

Cappies Review

'Hello Dolly' at Hayfield

Looking Back at Braddock

The Braddock District is conducting a year-long 'mini-series' of its own history.

Looking Back at Braddock

Cornwall, No; Broadlands, Yes

State Health Commissioner upholds his earlier decision about local hospitals.

Cornwall, No; Broadlands, Yes

ViVi! Vienna! Comes to Town

Annual street festival takes place Memorial Day weekend.

ViVi! Vienna! Comes to Town

Faith

Faith

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Fine Arts Scene

Fine Arts Scene

Eugene W. Stubbs, 78, Dies

Obituary

Eugene W. Stubbs, 78, Dies

Guide Honored by Fairfax County

Marijke Gate is recognized for her years of service to Riverbend Park.

Guide Honored by Fairfax County

Skateboard Park Rolls Into Reston

Area skaters thrash at the Skate Park on Wheels.

Skateboard Park Rolls Into Reston

This Week in Arlington

This Week in Arlington

Colvin Run ‘Serenades’ Wolf Trap

Entire student body paints mural for park.

Colvin Run ‘Serenades’ Wolf Trap

History as a Contact Sport

West Springfield teacher Ron Maggiano receives one of 45 Disney Teacher Awards nationwide.

History as a Contact Sport

20 Minutes Added to School Day

Loudoun elementary school day to extend next year.

20 Minutes Added to School Day

Polling Place Moves

City voters in Precinct Two will use Mennonite Church for June 14 primary.

Polling Place Moves

Fine Arts Scene

Fine Arts Scene

Residents Seek Answers

Residents Seek Answers

Dugo Charged with 2 More Crimes

Dugo Charged with 2 More Crimes

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

More Than Counting Cars

Study to examine ways to lessen impact of MetroWest.

More Than Counting Cars

Looking Back at Braddock

The Braddock District is conducting a year-long 'mini-series' of its own history.

Looking Back at Braddock

Colvin Run ‘Serenades’ Wolf Trap

Entire student body paints mural for park.

Colvin Run ‘Serenades’ Wolf Trap

Siblings Would Remain At Same School

Redistricting would not require brothers and sisters go to different schools.

Siblings Would Remain At Same School

Senior Center Opens

Fairfax County opens its newest Senior Center in Herndon.

Senior Center Opens

Fish Kill in Pohick Creek

State officials suspect pool drainage killed hundreds of fish.

Fish Kill in Pohick Creek

Celebrating the Silence

McLean’s Dominican Retreat commemorates congregation’s 125th anniversary.

Celebrating the Silence

Fine Arts Scene

Fine Arts Scene

Celebrating May Day

The conclusion of the Potomac School’s centennial year is full of tradition and alumni visitors.

Celebrating May Day

Recognizing, Preventing Child Abuse

Fairfax County offers programs and campaigns guidelines to stop child abuse.

Recognizing, Preventing Child Abuse

Stay Out All Night

Stay Out All Night

Faith

Faith

Preparing for McLean Day

Annual festival to be held May 21 in Lewinsville Park.

Preparing for McLean Day

Greek Mythology Through Georgian Eyes

Greek Mythology Through Georgian Eyes

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Fish Kill in Pohick Creek

State officials suspect pool drainage killed hundreds of fish.

Fish Kill in Pohick Creek

May Files With Commonwealth's Attorney

Del. Joe May continues to challenge Chris Oprison's ballot validity.

May Files With Commonwealth's Attorney

Parkway = Development?

While some applaud VDOT's proposed Tri-County Parkway, which could come through South Riding, others say it will encourage development and hurt natural resources.

Parkway = Development?

State To Pay for Filtration

The Department of Environmental Quality to fund systems for homeowners with contaminated wells.

State To Pay for Filtration

Gang Funding in Question

Law enforcement officers ask Congress to reinstate $160 million for anti-gang and juvenile justice programs.

Gang Funding in Question

'Historic' Decision Ahead for Lorton

Fairfax County seeks to put former prison site on the National Register of Historic Places.

'Historic' Decision Ahead for Lorton

Nightlife

Nightlife

Governor Firm on Tax Reform

Virginia needed tax revenues to erase deficit and jumpstart the economy.

Governor Firm on Tax Reform

History Comes Alive

Claude Moore Market Fair Days this weekend.

History Comes Alive

Frying Pan Trails Get Full Use

Frying Pan Trails Get Full Use

Celebrating the Silence

McLean’s Dominican Retreat commemorates congregation’s 125th anniversary.

Celebrating the Silence

Farmer's Market Hits Lynn Street

Farmer's Market Hits Lynn Street

Bolen Park To Stay Put

Developer withdraws controversial request to build on park land southeast of Leesburg.

Bolen Park To Stay Put

Some Answers for Western Loudoun

Four supervisors make proposals for western Loudoun zoning that would mark a compromise between dense residential and agricultural uses.

Some Answers for Western Loudoun

The Breath of Life

Walk in Great Falls to benefit Cystic Fibrosis research.

The Breath of Life

Looking Back at Braddock

The Braddock District is conducting a year-long 'mini-series' of its own history.

Looking Back at Braddock

Senior Living

Senior Living

'Historic' Decision Ahead for Lorton

Fairfax County seeks to put former prison site on the National Register of Historic Places.

'Historic' Decision Ahead for Lorton

More Than Counting Cars

Study to examine ways to lessen impact of MetroWest.

More Than Counting Cars

The Breath of Life

Walk in Great Falls to benefit Cystic Fibrosis research.

The Breath of Life

Health Briefs

Health Briefs

Hall Charged with Capital Murder

Grand jury indicts Daunteril Hall in the murder of Sherine Williams.

Hall Charged with Capital Murder

Great Falls this Week

Great Falls this Week

Monday, May 16

New Neighbor: Coyote?

Recent sightings likely to increase in Potomac.

New Neighbor: Coyote?

Budget Endgame Nears

Councilmembers differ on Charter limit.

Budget Endgame Nears

Potomac Hunt Draws Crowd

Potomac Hunt Draws Crowd

Pitts Celebrates 25 Years with Potomac Hunt

Pitts Celebrates 25 Years with Potomac Hunt

Taking Shelter from Bus Stop Ads

Legislation allows ads on state roads; Falls Road excluded.

Taking Shelter from Bus Stop Ads

School Operas Let Students Share Spotlight

Potomac and Beverly Farms use Creating Opera curriculum.

School Operas Let Students Share Spotlight

Lockhouse Unlocked

Lockhouse Unlocked

Churchill Student, 18, Dies at Home

Friends recall quiet, loyal skateboarder and computer whiz.

Churchill Student, 18, Dies at Home

Wednesday, May 11

Roundups

Roundups

Business Notes

Business Notes

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Long & Foster on the Move

Long & Foster on the Move

Community

Community

Judge Won't Reconsider Sentence

Judge Won't Reconsider Sentence

Long & Foster on the Move

Long & Foster on the Move

Schools Notes

Schools Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

School Notes

School Notes

College Notes

College Notes

School Notes

School Notes

He Said, She Said

Controversy erupts in School Board election over endorsements, school zoning and alleged legal sabre-rattling.

He Said, She Said

In Spite of the System

Opponents to VA's Death Penalty Rally to Action.

In Spite of the System

Camp and Schools Notes

Camp and Schools Notes

News Briefs

News Briefs

Residents Vent to VDOT On Tri-County Parkway

Residents Vent to VDOT On Tri-County Parkway

Community Notes

Community Notes

Renewing Route 1

Residents voice approval for new commercial projects

Renewing Route 1

People

People

Citizens Sound Off on Battlefield Bypass

Citizens Sound Off on Battlefield Bypass

Wonders and Delights on Clifton Homes Tour

Five local residents open their doors to the public.

Wonders and Delights on Clifton Homes Tour

School Notes

School Notes

Seeing Red

Supervisors honors Red Hatters for fund-raising effort.

Seeing Red

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

New Group Forms for Parents

Psychologists, parents, educators to examine school services for students with mental illness.

New Group Forms for Parents

News Briefs

News Briefs

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Bracing for Change

New DOD regulations signal economic turbulence for Northern Virginia.

Bracing for Change

Camps & Schools Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Kacur to Head Chantilly High

Kacur to Head Chantilly High

People Notes

People Notes

Changes Coming to Belle View

The Italian Deli and Dunkin' Donuts opening soon.

Changes Coming to Belle View

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

College Notes

College Notes

The Future of Arlington's Parks

Local residents offer feedback on the latest draft of Arlington's Public Spaces Master Plan.

The Future of Arlington's Parks

Missing Apple

Missing Apple

School Notes

School Notes

People Notes

People Notes

Volunteering

Volunteering

Shooting To Kill

Knowing when to use lethal force is difficult decision.

Shooting To Kill

News Briefs

News Briefs

Lives Full of Emergencies

Paramedics are medical emergencies' first line of defense.

Lives Full of Emergencies

Military Notes

Military Notes

'Mansionization' Rejected

Who and what determines a neighborhood's character?

'Mansionization' Rejected

Parking to Shape Park

Citizens have their say before JPP Work Group

Parking to Shape Park

Minority Students Learn Life, Leadership Skills

Minority Students Learn Life, Leadership Skills

Community Notes

Community Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Opening Day for Reston Farmers’ Market

Opening Day for Reston Farmers’ Market

School Notes

School Notes

Korean Church, Dog Park, Homes at WFCCA Mtg.

Korean Church, Dog Park, Homes at WFCCA Mtg.

Community Notes

Community Notes

City Gains 17 Firefighters

Ceremony marks recruits' graduation.

City Gains 17 Firefighters

Local Women, Restaurant Hold MS Fund-Raiser

Local Women, Restaurant Hold MS Fund-Raiser

Caring for the Uninsured

Health Center will expand into leased space on Glebe Road.

Caring for the Uninsured

Project Targets Flooding

To these Alexandrians, a drought was a blessing.

Project Targets Flooding

News Briefs

News Briefs

Salvation Army Honors Its Volunteers

Staff and community leader volunteers receive recognition.

Salvation Army Honors Its Volunteers

Jewish Community

Jewish Community

Local GOP Picks Its Battles

Alexandria Republicans ignore House race, focus on Sheriff's office.

Local GOP Picks Its Battles

Mason's Retreat

Open house will offer a look inside.

Mason's Retreat

Getting To Know ... Samantha Kunkel

Profile

Getting To Know ... Samantha Kunkel

Kings Crossing Inching Closer

New plans are seen as encouraging signs of both sides.

Kings Crossing Inching Closer

News Briefs

News Briefs

Space Day at the Udvar-Hazy Center

Space Day at the Udvar-Hazy Center

Fantastic 'Fiddler on the Roof' at Westfield

Cappies Review

Fantastic 'Fiddler on the Roof' at Westfield

Getting To Know ... Samantha Kunkel

Profile

Getting To Know ... Samantha Kunkel

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Getting To Know ... Samantha Kunkel

Profile

Getting To Know ... Samantha Kunkel

Winging It

Woodbridge restaurant chain opens outlet in Springfield Plaza.

Winging It

Poetry on Parade

Lynbrook Elementary conducts a 'poetry café.'

Poetry on Parade

Calendar of Events 2

May 23 - future

Calendar of Events 2

Health Notes

Health Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Health

Health

Health Notes

Health Notes

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Jewish Community Notes

Jewish Community Notes

Business

Business

Business Notes

Business Notes

Calendar of Events 1

May 12-22

Calendar of Events 1

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Jewish Community

Jewish Community

People Notes

People Notes

Juvenile Arrested For Machete at Lee

Juvenile Arrested For Machete at Lee

Calendar

Calendar

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Health Notes

Health Notes

Calendar of Events 1

May 12-22

Calendar of Events 1

Calendar of Events 2

May 21 - future

Calendar of Events 2

Health Notes

Health Notes

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Schools

Schools

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Getting To Know ... Samantha Kunkel

Profile

Getting To Know ... Samantha Kunkel

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith

Faith

Getting To Know ... Samantha Kunkel

Profile

Getting To Know ... Samantha Kunkel

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Getting To Know ... Samantha Kunkel

Profile

Getting To Know ... Samantha Kunkel

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

Profile in Service: Debra Peevey

Peevey awarded the Community Leadership award by Volunteer Fairfax.

Profile in Service: Debra Peevey

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

RA Makes Changes to Draft Governing Documents

Board members agree to changes in the new capital acquisition clause and the investment of reserves clause.

RA Makes Changes to Draft Governing Documents

Schools

Schools

Jewish Community Notes

Jewish Community Notes

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Real Estate

Real Estate

Demanding Real Estate Market

With the help of the region’s high price appreciation, Great Falls makes list of top 150 most expensive places to live.

Demanding Real Estate Market

Judge Won't Reconsider Sentence

Judge Won't Reconsider Sentence

School Notebook 5-11-05

School Notebook 5-11-05

News Briefs

News Briefs

College Notes

College Notes

Brookfield Swim Club OK'd

BZA approves plans to build new swim club building.

Brookfield Swim Club OK'd

Tuesday, May 10

Faith

Faith

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Pantherlon Enjoys Another Successful Year

Storck leads off the 250-plus runners.

Pantherlon Enjoys Another Successful Year

Faith

Faith

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Real Estate

Real Estate

Gardening Notes

Gardening Notes

The Last Night Before 'Hello World'

A cruise ship, cartoon capers and a beach blast promise alcohol-free fun.

The Last Night Before 'Hello World'

Wal-Mart Teacher of the Year

Horizon Students Choose Teacher of the Year

Wal-Mart Teacher of the Year

Home Tours

Home Tours

Gardening Notes

Gardening Notes

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Home Tours

Home Tours

Calendar

Calendar

Nightlife

Nightlife

Senior Living

Senior Living

Fine Arts Scene

Fine Arts Scene

Calendar

Calendar

Fine Arts Scene

Fine Arts Scene

25 Years in Del Ray

A month-long celebration features original menu, giveaways and raffle.

25 Years in Del Ray

Campagna Introduces 'Grandmas & Co."

Senior women serve as mentors to young girls in the area.

Campagna Introduces 'Grandmas & Co."

Author Provides ‘The Sundowner’ for Greenspring

Denis Harrington’s original script was just what the Greenspring Players were looking for in their spring production.

Author Provides ‘The Sundowner’ for Greenspring

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

Business Notes

Business Notes

'She's a Brave Little Girl'

Katie Karas receives a state-wide award for her work with state legislators on street racing crackdowns.

'She's a Brave Little Girl'

Trail Work Begins in Wakefield Park

Park Authority is preparing to clear a 1.3-mile stretch of the Accotink Stream Valley Trail.

Trail Work Begins in Wakefield Park

School Study Out of Bounds?

A study this fall will examine the boundaries of three high schools.

School Study Out of Bounds?

Flamenco in Fairfax

Spanish dance troupe Danzamarina includes children and adults from across Fairfax County.

Flamenco in Fairfax

This Week in Arlington

This Week in Arlington

Trail Work Begins in Wakefield Park

Park Authority is preparing to clear a 1.3-mile stretch of the Accotink Stream Valley Trail.

Trail Work Begins in Wakefield Park

Teaching Generations

After more than 30 years, Vesely to retire from Churchill Road Elementary.

Teaching Generations

Flamenco in Fairfax

Spanish dance troupe Danzamarina includes children and adults from across Fairfax County.

Flamenco in Fairfax

'She's a Brave Little Girl'

Katie Karas receives a state-wide award for her work with state legislators on street racing crackdowns.

'She's a Brave Little Girl'

Market Season

Market Season

Author Provides ‘The Sundowner’ for Greenspring

Denis Harrington’s original script was just what the Greenspring Players were looking for in their spring production.

Author Provides ‘The Sundowner’ for Greenspring

Welcome to the Neighborhood

Habitat of Northern Virginia begins works on 50th house.

Welcome to the Neighborhood

School Study Out of Bounds?

A study this fall will examine the boundaries of three high schools.

School Study Out of Bounds?

Study GM Boulevard, But Don’t Stop

Council discusses further options for road.

Study GM Boulevard, But Don’t Stop

Fixing the Flooding

Repair work to Route 7 will smooth intersection at Georgetown Pike.

Fixing the Flooding

Farmers Market Returns

Annual rite of spring opened Friday in Lewinsville Park.

Farmers Market Returns

McLean Builder Dies at 80

McLean Builder Dies at 80

After Two Deferrals, Budget Approved

Fiscal Year 2006 Budget includes 3 cent real estate tax decrease.

After Two Deferrals, Budget Approved

Students Celebrate Nations

Students Celebrate Nations

Healing Horses

Equine therapy organization in Great Falls provides special needs riders independence

Healing Horses

Great Falls this Week

Great Falls this Week

Celebrating Public Works

Celebrating Public Works

Wall on Georgetown Pike

BZA finds masonry wall across from Langley High School in violation of zoning ordinance.

Wall on Georgetown Pike

Null Remedies Violations

Four days after notice, ‘guests’ have moved out, stove removed.

Null Remedies Violations

Community Celebrates

Community Celebrates

Cold Stone Creamery Opens

Cold Stone Creamery Opens

Preparing for McLean Day

Annual festival to be held May 21 in Lewinsville Park.

Preparing for McLean Day

Great Day for Great Falls

Annual community celebration features music, food, art.

Great Day for Great Falls

Finding a 'Forever Home'

Equine Rescue League celebrates 15 years of saving abused and neglected horses.

Finding a 'Forever Home'

Free Farm Tour

Free Farm Tour

Trial Set in Harricharan Case

Trial Set

Trial Set in Harricharan Case

Where's the Money?

Developers want county to use huge Community Development Authorities to finance road and school improvements that come with new subdivisions.

Where's the Money?

Nature in the Suburbs

Broadlands Nature Center classes, animal collection growing as it enters its second year as one of the state's only homeowner association-owned nature centers.

Nature in the Suburbs

Hall Charged with Capital Murder

A grand jury indicts Daunteril Hall in the slaying of Sherine Williams.

Hall Charged with Capital Murder

McLean Builder Dies at 80

McLean Builder Dies at 80

A Positive Spin for AD/HD

Ashburn's first summer camp devoted to children with AD/HD focuses on each child's strengths.

A Positive Spin for AD/HD

McLean this Week

McLean this Week

Campagna Center Introduces 'Grandmas & Co.'

Senior women serve as mentors to young girls in the area.

Campagna Center Introduces 'Grandmas & Co.'

Fun and Mayhem at Police Station

Citizens test their skills as witnesses.

Fun and Mayhem at Police Station

Compromise for Western Loudoun?

Majority of supervisors go on record to say they don't want A-3 zoning in west.

Compromise for Western Loudoun?

Residents Turn to EPA

Residents Turn to EPA

Teaching Generations

After more than 30 years, Vesely to retire from Churchill Road Elementary.

Teaching Generations

25 Years in Del Ray

A month-long celebration features original menu, giveaways and raffle.

25 Years in Del Ray

Abduction Yields 15 Years in Prison

Forbes sentenced for robbery and abduction of U.S. senator's wife from her McLean home.

Abduction Yields 15 Years in Prison

Wall on Georgetown Pike

BZA finds masonry wall across from Langley High School in violation of zoning ordinance.

Wall on Georgetown Pike

Violations Cited in Correspondence

Violations Cited in Correspondence

Day Care Provider Faces Felony Charges

Day Care Provider Faces Felony Charges

McLean High School Hosts International Concert

Decade-old partnership between schools fosters life-long relationships.

McLean High School Hosts International Concert

Landfill Operators Ignored Restrictions

Landfill operators accepted more than construction debris.

Landfill Operators Ignored Restrictions

Author Provides ‘The Sundowner’ for Greenspring

enis Harrington’s original script was just what the Greenspring Players were looking for in their spring production.

Author Provides ‘The Sundowner’ for Greenspring

Snow Cones and Robots

Churchill prepares for first annual Spring Carnival.

Snow Cones and Robots

Who’s Getting Left Behind?

Churchill cluster residents share concerns with School Board about school budget.

Who’s Getting Left Behind?

Flamenco in Fairfax

from across Fairfax County.

Flamenco in Fairfax

Trail Work Begins in Wakefield Park

Park Authority is preparing to clear a 1.3-mile stretch of the Accotink Stream Valley Trail.

Trail Work Begins in Wakefield Park

Whitman's Prom: Hour-By-Hour

Whitman's Prom: Hour-By-Hour

‘Brothers’ Visit Thoreau

World War II veterans relate experiences to history class.

‘Brothers’ Visit Thoreau

Mr. Different Perspective

Arthur Purves runs for delegate in the 35th District.

Mr. Different Perspective

Market Day

Vienna Farmer's Market opens.

Market Day

Area Man Charged in Child Porn Case

Area Man Charged in Child Porn Case

Louise Archer To Get Modular

Building addition will replace six trailers.

Louise Archer To Get Modular

Welcome to the Neighborhood

Habitat of Northern Virginia begins works on 50th house.

Welcome to the Neighborhood

Monday, May 9

‘Carry In, Carry Out’ Carries On

County considers restoring trash cans to parks.

‘Carry In, Carry Out’ Carries On

Enduring Memories

Whitman Prom

Enduring Memories

Six-String Homecoming

Six-String Homecoming

Denis Backs Tax Relief

Proposes delaying Montrose Parkway.

Denis Backs Tax Relief

Third Student Pleads Guilty in September Rape

Fordyce-Williams agrees to testify; sentence capped at 25 years.

Third Student Pleads Guilty in September Rape

It’s Academic for McGarry

It’s Academic for McGarry

Walking for Autism Research

Walking for Autism Research

Kendale Opponents Forge Ahead

Emotions flare at council hearing on School CIP May 3.

Kendale Opponents Forge Ahead

From Potomac to Burundi

Matt Blong serves in foreign service.

From Potomac to Burundi

Thursday, May 5

Rate Down, Taxes Up

A different Budget Process Next Year?

Rate Down, Taxes Up

A Complicated Man

Different people saw Lewis Barber differently.

A Complicated Man

Remembering 'Mrs. Lee'

Pedestrian is killed in an accident on Taney Street.

Remembering 'Mrs. Lee'

Croissants with Strangers

Mayor's Unity Breakfast brings residents together.

Croissants with Strangers

Boat Club Marks 125 Years

An Alexandria Institution saluted.

Boat Club Marks 125 Years

Wednesday, May 4

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Another Approval for $1M Homes

Bender Group seeks to build along Route 29.

Another Approval for $1M Homes

Saving Children, Building Hope

Local doctor raises money to rebuild a children's hospital in Sri Lanka.

Saving Children, Building Hope

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Gala Attracts Full House

Guests enjoy evening for Good Shepherd Housing.

Gala Attracts Full House

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Budget Discussions Continue

Council reviews latest FY 2006 budget proposal.

Budget Discussions Continue

Choral Society: 35 Years

Members look back on an evolving organization.

Choral Society: 35 Years

Health Briefs

Health Briefs

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Camp Notes

Camp Notes

Roundups

Roundups

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Planners Preview Transit Ideas

Public offers comment on Columbia Pike transit proposals

Planners Preview Transit Ideas

Health Notes

Health Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

News Briefs

News Briefs

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Rural Economy: Booming

But Rural Economic Development Council chair warns board that it needs protecting.

Rural Economy: Booming

Community

Community

Community Notes

Community Notes

Faith

Faith

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Westfield in World 'Odyssey'

Odyssey of the Mind competition to be held in Boulder, Colo.

Westfield in World 'Odyssey'

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

News Briefs

News Briefs

Reliving The Prom

Reliving The Prom

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Council Member Cited

Ann Null and husband cited for alleged zoning ordinance violations.

Council Member Cited

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Hollin Hall Welcomes the Queen

Guests enjoy Renaissance Day at the senior center.

Hollin Hall Welcomes the Queen

Belvoir Soldiers Gain Homes, Not Quarters

Military housing changes with the times

Belvoir Soldiers Gain Homes, Not Quarters

'Extreme Home Makeover'

CUMC brings Christmas in April to Herndon family.

'Extreme Home Makeover'

The Second Act

French teacher retires after 35 years in the classroom to spend more time with family.

The Second Act

Hollin Hills Host Home & Garden Tour

Nine homes and five gardens will be open for viewing.

Hollin Hills Host Home & Garden Tour

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Guilty Pleas Entered in Two Teen Rapes

Guilty Pleas Entered in Two Teen Rapes

Benefit Raises Funds for At-Risk Youths and Adults

Benefit Raises Funds for At-Risk Youths and Adults

Rescuing Animals

Rescuing Animals

Million-Dollar Homes OK'd

16 luxury homes planned near Government Center.

Million-Dollar Homes OK'd

School Board Candidates on Curriculum, Nutrition, Diversity

Four Candidates in the Running

School Board Candidates on Curriculum, Nutrition, Diversity

First Look at Rec Center

New facility opens to the public May 22.

First Look at Rec Center

Case Goes to Grand Jury

Case Goes to Grand Jury

News Briefs

News Briefs

Elephants Take Over Fort Hunt Park

Mount Vernon Republicans gather for weekend event.

Elephants Take Over Fort Hunt Park

College Notes

College Notes

Studying Native Americans

Greenbriar West second-graders step back in time.

Studying Native Americans

School Notes

School Notes

Red Cross Honors Hero

Local Red Cross thanks its volunteers.

Red Cross Honors Hero

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

King Street Retail Strategy Approved

'Administrative Permit' process rejected.

King Street Retail Strategy Approved

Hollin Hills Host Home & Garden Tour

Nine homes and five gardens will be open for viewing.

Hollin Hills Host Home & Garden Tour

School Notes

School Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Choral Society: 35 Years

Members look back on an evolving organization.

Choral Society: 35 Years

20 Years, Farmers Market Keeps Growing

Fruits, vegetables, flowers attract committed crowd.

20 Years, Farmers Market Keeps Growing

Tri-County Parkway Meeting May 10

Tri-County Parkway Meeting May 10

Business Notes

Business Notes

Fund-Raiser to Help Cerebral Palsy Kids

Fund-Raiser to Help Cerebral Palsy Kids

'Crazy for You' at West Springfield

Cappies Review

'Crazy for You' at West Springfield

T.J. Tackles 'West Side Story'

Cappies Review

T.J. Tackles 'West Side Story'

'West Side Story' at Madison

Cappies Review

'West Side Story' at Madison

'Extreme Home Makeover'

CUMC brings Christmas in April to Herndon family.

'Extreme Home Makeover'

Fund-Raiser to Help Cerebral Palsy Kids

Fund-Raiser to Help Cerebral Palsy Kids

Business Notes

Business Notes

Celebrating Arbor Day with Tree Planting

New red maple planted at Sherwood Regional Library.

Celebrating Arbor Day with Tree Planting

'Spofford' at Flint Hill

Cappies Review

'Spofford' at Flint Hill

Second Charge in Bat Assault

Herndon teen says he acted in self defense.

Second Charge in Bat Assault

'Morph' at Robinson

Cappies Review

'Morph' at Robinson

'Morph' at Robinson

Cappies Review

'Morph' at Robinson

'Laramie Project' at Lake Braddock

Cappies Review

'Laramie Project' at Lake Braddock

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

'Laramie Project' at Lake Braddock

Cappies Review

'Laramie Project' at Lake Braddock

'Morph' at Robinson

Cappies Review

'Morph' at Robinson

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

A Tree Grows at Madison

School hopes to turn courtyard into outdoor classroom.

A Tree Grows at Madison

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Camps & Schools Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Calendar

May 5-14

Calendar

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

Camp Notes

Camp Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Guilty Pleas Entered in Two Teen Rapes

Guilty Pleas Entered in Two Teen Rapes

Farmer's Market Alterations

Farmer's Market Alterations

Camps & Schools Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

Calendar

May 5-14

Calendar

Calendar

May 16-July 17

Calendar

First Look at Rec Center

New facility opens to the public May 22.

First Look at Rec Center

Tri-County Parkway Meeting May 10

Tri-County Parkway Meeting May 10

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

News Briefs

News Briefs

College Notes

College Notes

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Getting To Know ... Daniel Lyon

Profile

Getting To Know ... Daniel Lyon

Chamber Recognizes Outstanding Businesses

Awards given for large, small and new business and Citizen of the Year.

Chamber Recognizes Outstanding Businesses

45th Dem Candidates Talk Education and Taxes

Rising property taxes and the lack of funding for the No Child Left Behind Act were the major topics.

45th Dem Candidates Talk Education and Taxes

News Briefs

News Briefs

Westfield Is First at Fiesta-Val

Westfield Is First at Fiesta-Val

Bright Travelers Arrive on Wing

Potomac Pathways 5-4-05

Bright Travelers Arrive on Wing

College Notes

College Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Camps & Schools Notes

Calendar

Calendar

School Notebook 5-4-05

School Notebook 5-4-05

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Tuesday, May 3

Waiting for County's Answer

MCC Governing Board wants a response to McLean Day report.

Waiting for County's Answer

Fairfax Honors Those Who Serve

Fairfax County honored 14 citizens for their volunteer work in the community.

Fairfax Honors Those Who Serve

Week in McLean

Week in McLean

Message of Preparedness, Not Paranoia, Urged

Forum on safety since Sept. 11 discusses civil liberties and identity theft.

Message of Preparedness, Not Paranoia, Urged

Walking For Local Charities

New Dominion Women’s Club walkathon May 14 will raise money for Claude Moore Farm, Alzheimer's Family Care Center and Education for Independence.

Walking For Local Charities

Finerfrock Getting Back In

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

Finerfrock Getting Back In

Week in Great Falls

Week in Great Falls

Workshop Helps To Demystify Land Use

Seminar on land use introduces process to residents.

Workshop Helps To Demystify Land Use

Fairfax Honors Those Who Serve

Fairfax County honored 14 citizens for their volunteer work in the community.

Fairfax Honors Those Who Serve

Kaplan Runs for House

Political newcomer seeks seat from 37th District.

Kaplan Runs for House

Woods Community Center Project a Go

Construction on $1.6 million project could begin next year.

Woods Community Center Project a Go

Making the Band — At South County

Students audition for new school's band, orchestra and choir.

Making the Band — At South County

Working For A Cure

Great Falls family raising money for diabetes research.

Working For A Cure

Renovations Begin on High School

$54 million project under way.

Renovations Begin on High School

Message of Preparedness, Not Paranoia, Urged

Forum on safety since Sept. 11 discusses civil liberties and identity theft.

Message of Preparedness, Not Paranoia, Urged

Business Notes

Business Notes

Arlington This Week

Arlington This Week

Making the Band — At South County

Students audition for new school's band, orchestra and choir.

Making the Band — At South County

Finerfrock Getting Back In

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

Finerfrock Getting Back In

Woods Community Center Project a Go

Construction on $1.6 million project could begin next year.

Woods Community Center Project a Go

Walking For Local Charities

New Dominion Women’s Club walkathon May 14 will raise money for Claude Moore Farm, Alzheimer's Family Care Center and Education for Independence.

Walking For Local Charities

Military Notes

Military Notes

Community Notes

Community Notes

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Election Day

Polls see few voters as councilmembers seek re-election.

Election Day

Workshop Helps to Demystify Land Use

Seminar on land use introduces process to residents.

Workshop Helps to Demystify Land Use

An Understanding on Trees

‘Right Tree in the Right Place’ along Washington & Old Dominion Trail.

An Understanding on Trees

Concern Over Resale Fee

A resale fee added to the draft RA governing documents draws the ire of some Restonians.

Concern Over Resale Fee

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Finerfrock Getting Back In

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

Finerfrock Getting Back In

Laurel Grove Rebuilds, Remembers

Members of Laurel Grove Baptist plan to rebuild the church, which was destroyed by fire in December.

Laurel Grove Rebuilds, Remembers

Bridge-Building at Greenspring

One resident’s voice is heard in a pedestrian bridge across a troublesome stream crossing.

Bridge-Building at Greenspring

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

Teaching the 'New Economy'

Springfield’s Community Business Partnership offers classes for women entrepreneurs.

Teaching the 'New Economy'

Profiles in Service: South Lakes

SGA wins Volunteer Service Award.

Profiles in Service: South Lakes

Fine Arts Scene

Fine Arts Scene

Fine Arts Scene

Fine Arts Scene

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

A Carved Out Town Center

While Reston Town Center residents live in the symbolic heart of Reston, they are not part of the Reston Association.

A Carved Out Town Center

Nightlife

Nightlife

Senior Living

Senior Living

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Vigilance Protects Neighborhoods

President's Letter

Vigilance Protects Neighborhoods

An Understanding on Trees

‘Right Tree in the Right Place’ along Washington & Old Dominion Trail.

An Understanding on Trees

Beth Sholom Hosts Controversial Speaker

Self-described former terrorist Walid Shoebat talks about hate, politics in Middle East.

Beth Sholom Hosts Controversial Speaker

Web Heads: Realtors Make Use of Internet

Real estate companies have made efficient use of the Web.

Web Heads: Realtors Make Use of Internet

Schools

Schools

Real Estate

Real Estate

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Honoring Achievement

Honoring Achievement

Health

Health

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Making the Band — At South County

Students audition for new school's band, orchestra and choir.

Making the Band — At South County

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Celebrating the Best of Reston

More than 650 people came to honor this year’s Best of Reston award winners last Thursday night.

Celebrating the Best of Reston

An Understanding on Trees

‘Right Tree in the Right Place’ along Washington & Old Dominion Trail.

An Understanding on Trees

Increasing Skin Cancer Awareness

A free cancer screening was held on Monday.

Increasing Skin Cancer Awareness

Officials Knew About Contamination

They waited 16 years to look into whether it was a widespread problem.

Officials Knew About Contamination

An Understanding on Trees

‘Right Tree in the Right Place’ along Washington & Old Dominion Trail.

An Understanding on Trees

Representatives Needed for Vacancies

Representatives Needed for Vacancies

Single in the Suburbs

New social group says Ashburn isn't just for marrieds.

Single in the Suburbs

Attempted Bank Robbery

Attempted Bank Robbery

Mother Charged

Neighbors first thought emergency vehicles on Red House Drive signaled a gas leak.

Mother Charged

Belmont Ridge's Blues Brothers

Three seventh-graders experience a bit of fame with their take on the famous duo.

Belmont Ridge's Blues Brothers

Back on the Trail?

Residents want transmission line out of backyards and back on W&OD Trail; hearing on underground lines to be held in Richmond May 18.

Back on the Trail?

Faith

Faith

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Business

Business

Volunteering

Volunteering

Nine Children, No Day-Care Provider

Day-care provider put children down for a nap and left for an hour.

Nine Children, No Day-Care Provider

Supervisors Not Pleased

Dominion representative gets tongue lashing at Tuesday's board meeting.

Supervisors Not Pleased

People

People

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

Faith

Faith

Working For A Cure

Great Falls family raising money for diabetes research.

Working For A Cure

Monday, May 2

End in Sight for Clean-Up?

Public planting event, signing ceremony planned for summer.

End in Sight for Clean-Up?

County Seeks More Info on Toll Lanes

County Seeks More Info on Toll Lanes

Sidewalk Offer Exposes Inefficiencies

County departments pull for stand-alone stretch on Democracy Boulevard.

Sidewalk Offer Exposes Inefficiencies

Dance Fever

Dance Fever

Planning for Park Needs

Parks and rec plan required to get state funding.

Planning for Park Needs

Power Planters

Power Planters

Agricultural Reserve Turns 25

Planners shifted density from upper county to transportation corridor.

Agricultural Reserve Turns 25

Girl Scouts Aid Sri Lanka

Girl Scouts Aid Sri Lanka

Flower Power

Flower Power

Sunday, May 1

Pretty Charged in Murder of Tash

Judge admonishes witnesses, shortens preliminary hearing in murder case.

Pretty Charged in Murder of Tash

Pretty Charged in Murder of Tash

Judge admonishes witnesses, shortens preliminary hearing in murder case.

Pretty Charged in Murder of Tash