Stories for November 2005

Stories for November 2005

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Wednesday, November 30

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

4 People Indicted by Grand Jury

4 People Indicted by Grand Jury

Another Successful Virginia Run Turkey Trot

Another Successful Virginia Run Turkey Trot

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Wartime Holiday

The Christmas season comes to a 1780 military encampment re-enactment.

Wartime Holiday

The Digital Divide

Some teachers use the laptops every day; others call them ‘expensive paperweights.’

The Digital Divide

Sounds of the Season

Springfield Chorale celebrates 30 years of concerts at St. Mark's Lutheran Church.

Sounds of the Season

A Dog's Life

Fairfax Station woman's springer spaniel much more than just a pet.

A Dog's Life

Lighting Night at Lee District Park?

Plans to light fields at Lee District Park concern neighbors.

Lighting Night at Lee District Park?

Saturday, Sunday Outshine 'Black Friday'

Small specialty shops hold their own against big retailers.

Saturday, Sunday Outshine 'Black Friday'

Health Notes

Health Notes

Calendar

Calendar

School Study Divides Community

Rolling Valley Elementary, Lee High families debate impact of boundary study.

School Study Divides Community

South County APR Task Force Underway

South County APR Task Force Underway

Calendar

Calendar

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Encore Presents 10th Annual Holiday Show

Holiday musical runs two weekends at NOVA's Annandale campus.

Encore Presents 10th Annual Holiday Show

Health Notes

Health Notes

Encore Presents Annual Holiday Show

Holiday musical runs two weekends at NOVA's Annandale campus.

Encore Presents Annual Holiday Show

Health Notes

Health Notes

Under the Boardwalks

McLean High School student builds boardwalks in Turkey Run Park for his Eagle Scout project.

Under the Boardwalks

Encore Presents Annual Holiday Show

Holiday musical runs two weekends at NOVA's Annandale campus.

Encore Presents Annual Holiday Show

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Holiday Season Takes no Break from Crime

Mount Vernon District steps up enforcement efforts.

Holiday Season Takes no Break from Crime

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Crushed Townhouses Remain Vacant

Homeowners waiting for word on when reconstruction will commence.

Crushed Townhouses Remain Vacant

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

Week in Burke

News Briefs

Week in Burke

Do Council Members Deserve a Raise?

Councilman Andrew Macdonald’s uphill battle for a bigger paycheck.

Do Council Members Deserve a Raise?

Real Estate

Real Estate

Ja Logo Ja!

Fairfax County German students get a musical lesson from Uwe Kind.

Ja Logo Ja!

Calendar

Calendar

Ja Logo Ja!

Fairfax County German students get a musical lesson from Uwe Kind.

Ja Logo Ja!

School Study Divides Community

Rolling Valley Elementary, Lee High families debate impact of boundary study.

School Study Divides Community

Worth the Trip

Many area holiday events provide more options for families.

Worth the Trip

Holiday Events Not to Miss

Holiday Events Not to Miss

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Decorating for the Holidays

Ideas from The Virginia Florist.

Decorating for the Holidays

Ja Logo Ja!

Fairfax County German students get a musical lesson from Uwe Kind.

Ja Logo Ja!

Week in Springfield

News Briefs

Week in Springfield

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

Week in Fairfax

News Briefs

Week in Fairfax

School Notes

School Notes

An Arby's Thanksgiving Tradition

Great Falls Breakfast Club celebrates a decade of Thanksgiving dinners at Arby's.

An Arby's Thanksgiving Tradition

Ongoing

Ongoing

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

A Dog's Life

Fairfax Station woman's springer spaniel much more than just a pet.

A Dog's Life

Calendar

Calendar

People

People

Encore Presents Annual Holiday Show

Holiday musical runs two weekends at NOVA's Annandale campus.

Encore Presents Annual Holiday Show

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

Business

Business

Calendar

Calendar

News Briefs

News Briefs

The Art of Surgery

Great Falls-based plastic surgeon keeps busy with private practice and work on wounded American soldiers.

The Art of Surgery

Health Notes

Health Notes

Encore Presents Annual Holiday Show

Holiday musical runs two weekends at NOVA's Annandale campus.

Encore Presents Annual Holiday Show

Auto Thefts Climb

Auto Thefts Climb

Decorating for the Holidays

Ideas from The Virginia Florist.

Decorating for the Holidays

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

Worth the Trip

Worth the Trip

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Worth the Trip

Many area holiday events provide more options for families.

Worth the Trip

Clarifying Historic Nomination

A month after Board of Supervisors approved historic registry nomination, questions remain over what is included.

Clarifying Historic Nomination

Holiday Events Not to Miss

Holiday Events Not to Miss

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Under the Boardwalks

McLean High School student builds boardwalks in Turkey Run Park for his Eagle Scout project.

Under the Boardwalks

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Rape Suspect Pleads Guilty

First of four co-defendants pleads guilty to April rape.

Rape Suspect Pleads Guilty

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

College Notes

College Notes

Suggs Faces Life in Prison

Suggs Faces Life in Prison

English Exchange Students Visit Stone Middle

English Exchange Students Visit Stone Middle

Online Predator Sting Nabs Local Man

Online Predator Sting Nabs Local Man

Council Notebook

Council Notebook

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Downs Is Charged With Nine Crimes

Downs Is Charged With Nine Crimes

Last Hurricane Team Returns Home

Out of a catastrophe came a coalition and formula for success.

Last Hurricane Team Returns Home

Clarifying Historic Nomination

A month after Board of Supervisors approved historic registry nomination, questions remain over what is included.

Clarifying Historic Nomination

Our Neighbor's Child Fills Holiday Dreams

But ONC needs more groups, churches, businesses to lend a hand.

Our Neighbor's Child Fills Holiday Dreams

An Arby's Thanksgiving Tradition

Great Falls Breakfast Club celebrates a decade of Thanksgiving dinners at Arby's.

An Arby's Thanksgiving Tradition

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Cell-Phone Bandit Faces Federal Trial

Cell-Phone Bandit Faces Federal Trial

Prescription Drug Coverage: A Crash Course

More than 200 turn out for forum on new plan for seniors.

Prescription Drug Coverage: A Crash Course

Business Notes

Business Notes

Five Below Caters to a Young Crowd

New store opens in Mount Vernon Plaza with items under $5.

Five Below Caters to a Young Crowd

Clifton Homes Tour, Parade, Dec. 3

Clifton Homes Tour, Parade, Dec. 3

The Art of Surgery

Great Falls-based plastic surgeon keeps busy with private practice and work on wounded American soldiers.

The Art of Surgery

Federal Inquiry Denied

Justice Department will take no action on the Barber case.

Federal Inquiry Denied

Isani Pleads Guilty

Mount Vernon teenager scheduled to be sentenced in January.

Isani Pleads Guilty

Saturday and Sunday Outshine 'Black Friday'

Small specialty shops hold their own against big retailers

Saturday and Sunday Outshine 'Black Friday'

Car Thefts, Vandalism on the Rise in Mount Vernon

Police warning people to lock their cars.

Car Thefts, Vandalism on the Rise in Mount Vernon

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

Town Meeting Held on Impact of BRAC

Officials frustrated with lack of information on location and direction of new personnel.

Town Meeting Held on Impact of BRAC

Health Notes

Health Notes

Springfield Peace Worker Kidnapped

Tom Fox, three others kidnapped during humanitarian mission in Iraq.

Springfield Peace Worker Kidnapped

Urban Planners Honor Chatham Square

Urban Planners Honor Chatham Square

Roundups

Roundups

Skills for a Better Life

Program helps families raise healthy children, nurturing mind and body.

Skills for a Better Life

News Briefs

News Briefs

Tuesday, November 29

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Life in Prison for Rapist

Gujan A. Lee apologizes to victim at sentencing for September, 2004 rape in Potomac.

Life in Prison for Rapist

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Emergency Preparedness Software

Scandinavian business based in Herndon offers emergency preparedness planning.

Emergency Preparedness Software

Woodson Theater, A La Carte

Drama program reaches out to elementary schools.

Woodson Theater, A La Carte

Schools

Schools

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

Angels Grow on Trees

The Salvation Army's Angel Tree at Tysons offers the opportunity to provide Christmas gifts to children in need.

Angels Grow on Trees

Camera Shy Herndon Resident

Camera Shy Herndon Resident

How Do You Spell Tax Relief?

County workshop helps seniors apply for tax relief.

How Do You Spell Tax Relief?

Students Stand Up for Human Rights

Robinson students kick off lobbying project for Sudan.

Students Stand Up for Human Rights

Students Stand Up for Human Rights

Robinson students kick off lobbying project for Sudan.

Students Stand Up for Human Rights

Health & Fitness Notes

Health & Fitness Notes

Heating Bills Set to Soar This Winter

Low-income households may struggle to get by, as natural gas and heating oil are both expected to increase by one-third

Heating Bills Set to Soar This Winter

Calendar

Calendar

Community

Community

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Briefs

Real Estate Briefs

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

Students Help Design Park

Designer Unveils Playground Plans at Community Party

Students Help Design Park

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

'Once You Met Him ... He Was Your Friend'

Tyler Bentley died in a car crash Thursday, Nov. 24.

'Once You Met Him ... He Was Your Friend'

Business

Business

Lost In Translation

A multiagency committee was formed to investigate solutions to communication problems in Loudoun County.

Lost In Translation

Crash Closes Clara Barton Parkway

Car falls off elevated Beltway ramp, but driver is not seriously injured.

Crash Closes Clara Barton Parkway

Things Could Change Around Here

Richmond Highway, BRAC dominate Mount Vernon’s plan review.

Things Could Change Around Here

Things Could Change Around Here

Richmond Highway, BRAC dominate Mount Vernon’s plan review.

Things Could Change Around Here

Volunteering

Volunteering

Faith

Faith

A Thankful Potomac Hunt

Some 45 fox hunters spend time in the saddle at Gogo and Austin Kiplinger's "Montevideo."

A Thankful Potomac Hunt

Medical Service For All

Arlington Free Clinic provides regular check-ups, specialty care and free medication to those without health insurance.

Medical Service For All

Calendar

Calendar

Volunteering

Volunteering

'Once You Met Him ... He Was Your Friend'

Tyler Bentley died in a car crash Thursday, Nov. 24.

'Once You Met Him ... He Was Your Friend'

House Hunting — Of a Sort

Saturday's Herndon Homes Tour is the 20th anniversary of what has become annual holiday tradition.

House Hunting — Of a Sort

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Public Speaks Out on CIP

Renovations Are Needed

Public Speaks Out on CIP

This Week in Potomac 11-30-05

This Week in Potomac 11-30-05

Faith

Faith

White House Journalist Hugh Sidey Dies at 78

Sidey, a Potomac Falls resident for 43 years, covered 10 presidents but never lost his rural Iowa roots

White House Journalist Hugh Sidey Dies at 78

Reston Man, 19, Shot to Death

County’s 18th homicide occurs in Reston.

Reston Man, 19, Shot to Death

Reston Libraries

Reston Libraries

Verizon Begins Roll Out

After months of laying fiber-optic wires, Verizon rolls out FiOS TV, its new technology.

Verizon Begins Roll Out

Playing Santa for the Soldiers

Playing Santa for the Soldiers

Holiday Happenings

Holiday Happenings

Health Briefs

Health Briefs

Three Towers on the Horizon

Midtown Springfield project begins to take shape.

Three Towers on the Horizon

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Holiday Happenings

Holiday Happenings

Parking Ban Debated

Residents spoke for and against a proposed ordinance prohibiting certain vehicles from parking on town streets.

Parking Ban Debated

Vienna Baptist Extends Helping Hand

Members of Vienna Baptist Church spent a week in Mississippi cleaning up after Hurricane Katrina.

Vienna Baptist Extends Helping Hand

Active Democrat Remembered

Longtime Reston resident Ed T. Herlihy dies.

Active Democrat Remembered

Open House Begins

Proceeds Go To Horticulture Program

Open House Begins

Johnson Helps Students Aim High

Arlington man wins Spirit of Community Award for mentoring work with Wakefield High School students.

Johnson Helps Students Aim High

Lesson in Ethics

South Lakes students participate in 15th annual Ethics Day.

Lesson in Ethics

Volunteer Notes

Volunteer Notes

Rhodes through Potomac

Potomac students and Montgomery Blair graduates Satija and Hwang receive Rhodes Scholarships.

Rhodes through Potomac

Surprising Research, Lessons at Cerebral Palsy Organization

Dr. Mindy Aisen of Potomac takes reins.

Surprising Research, Lessons at Cerebral Palsy Organization

If Not 2006, How about 2007?

RCA board members still hope for a 2006 referendum on town status.

If Not 2006, How about 2007?

Hunters Woods Student Wins $1,000

Caitlin Kim’s picture of “healthy living” takes first place.

Hunters Woods Student Wins $1,000

Reimagining the Braddock District

Citizen task force reviews nominations in APR process.

Reimagining the Braddock District

'Once You Met Him ... He Was Your Friend'

Tyler Bentley died in a car crash Thursday, Nov. 24.

'Once You Met Him ... He Was Your Friend'

Animal Friends Show Their Style

Animal Friends Show Their Style

Faith

Faith

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Church Joins Diocese of Uganda

A South Riding Episcopal church leaves the Diocese of Virginia in protest of the appointment of a gay bishop.

Church Joins Diocese of Uganda

Local Scholars

Students Honored

Local Scholars

Future Revisited

Class of 2000 reaches official reunion age.

Future Revisited

Health

Health

Monday, November 28

Volunteer

Volunteer

Briefs

Briefs

Volunteer

Volunteer

Health Notes

Health Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Senior Living

Senior Living

Fine Art Scene

Fine Art Scene

Ongoing

Ongoing

Briefs

Briefs

Fine Art Scene

Fine Art Scene

Ongoing

Ongoing

Volunteer

Volunteer

Fine Arts Scene

Fine Arts Scene

Ongoing

Ongoing

Fine Arts Scene

Fine Arts Scene

Ongoing

Ongoing

Sunday, November 27

Getting Ready for Christmas in Iraq

Angels of Mercy volunteers wrap presents for wounded soldiers in Iraq.

Getting Ready for Christmas in Iraq

Local Artists Seek Shoppers

Great Falls Studios prepares for its second annual Holiday Art Show and Sale

Local Artists Seek Shoppers

Sharing the Bounty of Thanksgiving

Share, Inc. holds its yearly Thanksgiving Basket Program

Sharing the Bounty of Thanksgiving

Getting Ready for Christmas in Iraq

Angels of Mercy volunteers wrap presents for wounded soldiers in Iraq.

Getting Ready for Christmas in Iraq

Sharing Thanksgiving

Share, Inc. holds its yearly Thanksgiving Basket program.

Sharing Thanksgiving

Tuesday, November 22

Last Hurricane Team Returns Home

Out of a catastrophe came a coalition and formula for success.

Last Hurricane Team Returns Home

Walking To Help Homeless

Annual Help the Homeless walkathon brings 30,000 walkers to help agencies that serve the homeless.

Walking To Help Homeless

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Money for Area Transportation Projects

Money for Area Transportation Projects

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

County Far From Building Arts Center

County Far From Building Arts Center

Gathering of Junior Friends

Members reminisce about past Scottish Walks.

Gathering of Junior Friends

Don't Feed Geese

Civic associations come together to ban the feeding of geese.

Don't Feed Geese

Crash Course in Community

Braddock District College graduates its first class.

Crash Course in Community

Ready for 21st Century Facility

County breaks ground on public safety, transportation complex.

Ready for 21st Century Facility

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Prescription Drug Coverage: A Crash Course

More than 200 turn out for forum on new plan for seniors.

Prescription Drug Coverage: A Crash Course

Taste of Holiday Elegance

Waterford, Salvation Army team up for annual feast for needy.

Taste of Holiday Elegance

Old Town Theater to Aid Hurricane Relief

Old Town Theater to Aid Hurricane Relief

Thanksgiving Stories

South County Youth Network Coalition embraces families who came from the Gulf Coast.

Thanksgiving Stories

Fox Trot Brings Community Together for a Fourth Year

Fox Trot Brings Community Together for a Fourth Year

Tower o' Tuna

Boy Scouts collect food for local charities.

Tower o' Tuna

Salvation Army and Waterford Do Thanksgiving

Salvation Army and Waterford Do Thanksgiving

Sandburg Students Learn about Careers

Sandburg Students Learn about Careers

Seeing Clifton by Candlelight

Annual event features Caroling on horseback, decorated houses, choirs and tree lightings.

Seeing Clifton by Candlelight

Stone Presents 'Fiddler on Roof Jr.'

Will be performed Dec. 1-3.

Stone Presents 'Fiddler on Roof Jr.'

Clifton Candlelight Homes Tour Dec. 3

Caroling on horseback, decorated houses, tree lighting and choirs.

Clifton Candlelight Homes Tour Dec. 3

Week in Springfield

Week in Springfield

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Boy Scouts Honored

Boy Scouts Honored

Ready for 21st Century Facility

County breaks ground on public safety, transportation complex.

Ready for 21st Century Facility

Next Generation of Student Business

GMU students head up full-time staffing business.

Next Generation of Student Business

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Ready for 21st Century Facility

County breaks ground on public safety, transportation complex.

Ready for 21st Century Facility

2006 Calendar Unveiled By Senior Services

2006 Calendar Unveiled By Senior Services

Smoking Causes House Fire

Smoking Causes House Fire

Gathering of Junior Friends

Members reminisce about past Scottish Walks.

Gathering of Junior Friends

Seeing Clifton by Candlelight

Annual event features Caroling on horseback, decorated houses, choirs and tree lightings.

Seeing Clifton by Candlelight

Prescription Drug Coverage: A Crash Course

More than 200 turn out for forum on new plan for seniors.

Prescription Drug Coverage: A Crash Course

Mediation Summit at Aldersgate

Mediators come together to strengthen their skills.

Mediation Summit at Aldersgate

Health Notes

Health Notes

Services Held for Jack Adamson

Hundreds turn out at Heritage Presbyterian to remember local inspiration.

Services Held for Jack Adamson

Learning a New Language

Burke church presents English class for adults.

Learning a New Language

A Holiday Meal Of Caring

Thanksgiving dinner is best served with tender loving care.

A Holiday Meal Of Caring

Woodson Theater, A La Carte

Drama program reaches out to elementary schools.

Woodson Theater, A La Carte

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Morrison House Dining Now Smoke Free

Morrison House Dining Now Smoke Free

Health Notes

Health Notes

Burke Centre's Cost of Living Increase

Board of Trustees votes to raise general assessment.

Burke Centre's Cost of Living Increase

Roundups

Roundups

BRAC Becomes Civilian Contractor Cash Cow

BRAC Becomes Civilian Contractor Cash Cow

Eagle Scout Project Benefits Watershed

Restoring natural habitats helps Chesapeake Bay.

Eagle Scout Project Benefits Watershed

Thanksgiving Stories

Mondloch House I celebrates a successful first year.

Thanksgiving Stories

On the Assembly Line

Volunteers stuff backpacks for needy students in community project.

On the Assembly Line

Tri-County Parkway Rte. Chosen

Selected path spares Bull Run Regional Park

Tri-County Parkway Rte. Chosen

Latest 411 on Cell-Phone Bandit

Latest 411 on Cell-Phone Bandit

Just in Time for the Holidays

Two new dining places, Fresco and Italian Deli, are worth checking out.

Just in Time for the Holidays

Encore Presents 10th Annual Holiday Show

Encore Presents 10th Annual Holiday Show

Rec Center To Be Demolished

A totally new Charles Houston Recreation Center due by 2008.

Rec Center To Be Demolished

Calendar

Calendar

Just in time for the holidays

Two new dining places, Fresco and Italian Deli, are worth checking out.

Just in time for the holidays

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Business Notes

Business Notes

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Volunteers

Volunteers

Public Safety Complex Breaks Ground

$250 million facility to be built off West Ox Road

Public Safety Complex Breaks Ground

Next Generation of Student Business

GMU students head up full-time staffing business.

Next Generation of Student Business

Clubs and Organizations

Clubs and Organizations

There Goes the Neighborhood

Downtown Fairfax building to make way for parking lot and open space.

There Goes the Neighborhood

Ready for 21st Century Facility

County breaks ground on public safety, transportation complex.

Ready for 21st Century Facility

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Boy Scouts Honored

Boy Scouts Honored

Monday, November 21

Home for the Holidays

>Habitat for Humanity of Northern Virginia welcomes Don Thompson and family to their new home in Fairfax.

Home for the Holidays

Walking To Help Homeless

Annual Help the Homeless walkathon brings 30,000 walkers to help agencies that serve the homeless.

Walking To Help Homeless

County Officials Prepare for Terrorist Attack, Bird Flu

Office of Emergency Management outlines county response to “dirty bomb” attack.

County Officials Prepare for Terrorist Attack, Bird Flu

Potomac Chamber of Commerce Honors Potomac's Best

Potomac Chamber of Commerce Honors Potomac's Best

A New Home for the Holidays

Katrina evacuee moves into new Arlington apartment just in time for Thanksgiving

A New Home for the Holidays

Briefs

Briefs

Health

Health

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Board Approves New Science Building

Additional National Science Teachers Association building will house conference room and benefit public schools.

Board Approves New Science Building

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

PetConnect’s Katrina Rescue: A Mission Not Impossible

PetConnect’s Katrina Rescue: A Mission Not Impossible

Fighting Cancer Together

Harvest Hustle 5K walk/run to help area family raise money for pancreatic cancer research.

Fighting Cancer Together

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Dorm Life Deferred

Local Tulane student rolls with changes that Hurricane Katrina forced.

Dorm Life Deferred

Ongoing Negotiations

Ongoing Negotiations

County Plans for Emergencies

County Administrator Advises Families to Make a Plan

County Plans for Emergencies

Principal Earns Celebrity Status

Stephen Hockett, McNair principal was an educational celebrity before recent Principal of the Year award.

Principal Earns Celebrity Status

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Wanted for Bad Checks

Wanted for Bad Checks

Poisson's Election Means Change

New Delegate Focuses On Basic Needs For Loudoun County

Poisson's Election Means Change

Boy Scouts Collect Food for Loudoun County

Scouts Collect 92,000 Pounds of Food for Residents In Need

Boy Scouts Collect Food for Loudoun County

Faith

Faith

Briefs

Briefs

Close-Knit Cast Mirrors 'Peanuts' Gang

Thomas Wootton High School performs “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” Dec. 1, 2 and 3.

Close-Knit Cast Mirrors 'Peanuts' Gang

Home for the Holidays

Habitat for Humanity of Northern Virginia welcomes Don Thompson and family to their new home in Fairfax.

Home for the Holidays

Senior Living

Senior Living

Hearing Echoes

Local hip-hop group channels old-school rap and performs this weekend in Fairfax.

Hearing Echoes

Mother and Daughters Find Home

The Good Shepherd Alliance Provides Home for the Holidays

Mother and Daughters Find Home

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Community

Community

Board Wants Name Change

Board Wants Name Change

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Get Out Your Maps, Red Pencils

District is one of five to review its Comprehensive Plan this year.

Get Out Your Maps, Red Pencils

Hearing Echoes

Local hip-hop group channels old-school rap and performs this weekend in Fairfax.

Hearing Echoes

Fighting Cancer Together

Harvest Hustle 5K walk/run to help area family raise money for pancreatic cancer research.

Fighting Cancer Together

Volunteering

Volunteering

Schools

Schools

New Bridge Opening

New Bridge Opening

Potomac’s New Park

Planning Board approves access and management plan for Serpentine Barrens, a rare forest ecosystem.

Potomac’s New Park

Briefs

Briefs

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

The Giant Fungus Among Us

Potomac residents discover edible basketball-sized mushrooms in yards.

The Giant Fungus Among Us

Overnight Greenery?

Overnight Greenery?

Holiday Happenings

Holiday Happenings

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Housing Market Levels Off

Housing Market Levels Off

Mecca for Reading

Donna Mecca receives award for Reading Teacher of the Year.

Mecca for Reading

PTO Brings Andes Culture to Sterling

Proceeds Go Toward Sully’s Discovery Park

PTO Brings Andes Culture to Sterling

Curtain Up

South County Secondary, Lorton Arts Foundation kick off partnership with student performances.

Curtain Up

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Curtain Up

South County Secondary, Lorton Arts Foundation kick off partnership with student performances.

Curtain Up

Healthy Holiday Eating

Tips to make the holidays fun, but healthy.

Healthy Holiday Eating

Preference Poll Draws Fire

Some RCC board members would like to see changes in the preference poll.

Preference Poll Draws Fire

Students Serve Seniors

Wolf Trap students served a Thanksgiving dinner to the Vienna 50-90 Club.

Students Serve Seniors

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Hearing Echoes

Local hip-hop group channels old-school rap and performs this weekend in Fairfax.

Hearing Echoes

People

People

Herndon Town Council Hears Day-Labor Update

Council members review latest day-labor site actions, discuss downtown redevelopment proposal.

Herndon Town Council Hears Day-Labor Update

Democratic Activist Remembered

Longtime Reston resident Ed T. Herlihy dies.

Democratic Activist Remembered

A Grateful Heart

Springfield woman uses experience with heart disease to educate others.

A Grateful Heart

County Board Sets Housing Limits

New measure restricts house size based on zoning district

County Board Sets Housing Limits

Teaching the ‘ABC’s of Success’

Arlington Traditional School head is named county principal of the year.

Teaching the ‘ABC’s of Success’

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Septic Legislation Keys Property Rights Debate

Council considers moratorium on sand mound systems, which could support residential subdivisions the Ag Reserve.

Septic Legislation Keys Property Rights Debate

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

Hearing Echoes

Local hip-hop group channels old-school rap and performs this weekend in Fairfax.

Hearing Echoes

Business

Business

Renovation Bid $12.9 M over Budget

County hopes to re-negotiate with lone bidder on South Lakes renovation.

Renovation Bid $12.9 M over Budget

Hearing Echoes

Local hip-hop group channels old-school rap and performs this weekend in Fairfax.

Hearing Echoes

Actor Comes Full Circle

Carrie Johnson comes back to the National Theatre to perform in career inspiring musical.

Actor Comes Full Circle

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Students Get Answers at Health Fair

Pimmit Hills Alternative High School holds fair to inform students.

Students Get Answers at Health Fair

Teaching Little Lancers

Lee High School students run preschool.

Teaching Little Lancers

Pink and Red Tea Party

Red Hatter club sends tea party supplies and pink hats to women soldiers in Afghanistan.

Pink and Red Tea Party

Values in the Workplace

Northern Virginia Family Services presented its annual CARE awards.

Values in the Workplace

Autumn Colors Worth the Wait

Autumn Colors Worth the Wait

Health Notes

Health Notes

RA Passes 06,' 07' Budget

Reston Association will operate with a $10.9 million budget in 2006 and $11.1 million in 2007.

RA Passes 06,' 07' Budget

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Ongoing

Ongoing

Crafty Fun at Holy Child

Crafty Fun at Holy Child

Officials Question Bolger Center

Restaurant owner says for-profit business on federal land creates "uneven playing field."

Officials Question Bolger Center

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

This Week in Potomac 11-23-05

This Week in Potomac 11-23-05

$4.8 Million for Facility

The Arlington Assisted Living Residence will provide services to senior citizens who are disabled.

$4.8 Million for Facility

Get Out Your Maps, Red Pencils

District is one of five to review its Comprehensive Plan this year.

Get Out Your Maps, Red Pencils

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

Sunday, November 20

Ariel Herman, Renaissance Woman

Ariel Herman, Renaissance Woman

A Date Unlike Any Other

A Date Unlike Any Other

Nothing On in Noises Off at Centreville

Nothing On in Noises Off at Centreville

Sarah Crossett: Putting the Art Into Theatre Arts

Sarah Crossett: Putting the Art Into Theatre Arts

A Curry Scented Dream

A Curry Scented Dream

Whitman Theater to Start Off Year with a Rumble

Whitman Theater to Start Off Year with a Rumble

Our Town —The Director's Concept

Our Town —The Director's Concept

Washington-Lee Presents The Time of Your Life

Washington-Lee Presents The Time of Your Life

'Tis the season for Westfield Children's Theatre

By Natalie McLarty

'Tis the season for Westfield Children's Theatre

The Good Doctor Comes to Mclean

The Good Doctor Comes to Mclean

Fools for Fun at Hayfield

Fools for Fun at Hayfield

Going to See Fairfax’s Wizard

Going to See Fairfax’s Wizard

Westfield High School's 'Our Town' Takes a Trip to the Past

Westfield High School's 'Our Town' Takes a Trip to the Past

Thursday, November 17

Getting 'The Bear Facts'

Award-winning school paper goes in new directions.

Getting 'The Bear Facts'

In Their Memory

American Legion, VFW gather to remember soldiers.

In Their Memory

Veterans Day Celebrated at Fort Belvoir

Two special events bring together community members.

Veterans Day Celebrated at Fort Belvoir

Downtown Fairfax Open For Business?

Parking remains concern for merchants.

Downtown Fairfax Open For Business?

Award Ends Family's Ordeal

Brittle bones disease leads to child being taken away from family, father charged with child abuse.

Award Ends Family's Ordeal

Getting 'The Bear Facts'

Award-winning school paper goes in new directions.

Getting 'The Bear Facts'

Mount Vernon Witnesses Fifth Murder

Man charged with stabbing of Woodlawn woman.

Mount Vernon Witnesses Fifth Murder

In Their Memory

American Legion and VFW gather to remember soldiers.

In Their Memory

Stratford Landing Holds Archeological Dig

Teams unearth artifacts from student-created civilizations.

Stratford Landing Holds Archeological Dig

End of Ramadan Celebrated with Fundraiser

Mahmoods open their home to celebrate and help earthquake victims.

End of Ramadan Celebrated with Fundraiser

Award Ends Family's Ordeal

Brittle bones disease leads to child being taken away from family, father charged with child abuse.

Award Ends Family's Ordeal

Training by Fire

City fire department builds new training facility.

Training by Fire

Getting 'The Bear Facts'

Award-winning school paper goes in new directions.

Getting 'The Bear Facts'

In Their Memory

American Legion, VFW gather to remember soldiers.

In Their Memory

Elizabeth Stone Gallery Opens with Fundraiser

Partial proceeds of reception benefit Inova hospitals.

Elizabeth Stone Gallery Opens with Fundraiser

Golden Days of Autumn

Golden retriever rescue group walks in annual fund raiser.

Golden Days of Autumn

Elizabeth Stone Gallery Opens with Fund-raiser

Partial proceeds of reception benefit Inova hospitals.

Elizabeth Stone Gallery Opens with Fund-raiser

Swashbuckling and Deck Swabbing

MVCCT’s performance of ‘Treasure Island’ at Carl Sandberg delights both young and old.

Swashbuckling and Deck Swabbing

Wednesday, November 16

Drawing Lines

Proposed changes to West Springfield High boundary lines create conflict in Daventry neighborhood.

Drawing Lines

Roundups

Roundups

Health Notes

Health Notes

Planning for Horses, Garbage Trucks

South County Federation hears updated plans for equestrian center, garbage truck facility.

Planning for Horses, Garbage Trucks

Homeward Bound

Springfield congregation gathers near fire-damaged church with hopes of rebuilding.

Homeward Bound

Packing Up Care for the Troops

Volunteers, USO staff fill Fort Belvoir warehouse with over 5,000 care packages on Veterans Day.

Packing Up Care for the Troops

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Friday Morning Check Up

South County's R.U. OK? Corral offers parents chance to pick up report cards and talk with teachers.

Friday Morning Check Up

VDOT Proposal Troubles Residents

Changes Eyed for Route 28, Walney, Braddock Intersection

VDOT Proposal Troubles Residents

Getting to Know Shane Wolfe

Getting to Know Shane Wolfe

Friday Morning Check Up

South County's R.U. OK? Corral offers parents chance to pick up report cards and talk with teachers.

Friday Morning Check Up

Ask Chewie: Using Positive Reinforcement

Ask Chewie: Using Positive Reinforcement

Neighbors

Old Town

Neighbors

Police Say Shooting Victim Identified Assailant

Police Say Shooting Victim Identified Assailant

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

It's Almost Time for Turkey Trot

It's Almost Time for Turkey Trot

News Briefs

News Briefs

Nature Center Dedicated

Center an example of cooperation between City and schools.

Nature Center Dedicated

'Rings' of Power at Symphony

'Rings' of Power at Symphony

A Call From Space

A Call From Space

Braddock Metro Plan

Planning process still very much in the conceptual stage.

Braddock Metro Plan

School Board Budgets for More Schools

School Board Budgets for More Schools

Remembering Veterans

Remembering Veterans

Many Roles Since Gooper

Alex Cline doesn’t pass up an opportunity to act.

Many Roles Since Gooper

Kelly Lavin Honored

One of seven extraordinary women feted in Tribute to Working Women.

Kelly Lavin Honored

Friday Morning Check Up

South County's R.U. OK? Corral offers parents chance to pick up report cards and talk with teachers.

Friday Morning Check Up

Athenaeum Receives Funds

Athenaeum Receives Funds

Council Notebook

Council Notebook

English Classes For Construction

Chamber of Commerce partnership moves into its second phase.

English Classes For Construction

Drawing Lines

Proposed changes to West Springfield High boundary lines create conflict in Daventry neighborhood.

Drawing Lines

'The Nutcracker' at CVHS

Mia Saunders School of Ballet presents 11th annual "Nutcracker" at Centreville High on Dec. 10-11.

'The Nutcracker' at CVHS

Community

Community

That Klezmer Sound

The Alexandria Kleztet barnstorms into supporting its new album.

That Klezmer Sound

Sold Down the River?

Hunting Terrace residents will be evicted by 2007.

Sold Down the River?

Loudoun Changing Colors?

Loudoun Changing Colors?

Clifton Homes Tour, Parade, Dec. 3

Clifton Homes Tour, Parade, Dec. 3

Packing Up Care for the Troops

Volunteers, USO staff fill Fort Belvoir warehouse with over 5,000 care packages on Veterans Day.

Packing Up Care for the Troops

Clearing the Air

One month after controversial board matter, Supervisor Gerald Hyland (D-Mount Vernon) sets the record straight.

Clearing the Air

Report Clears Police

Police decide not to present video evidence in the investigation of Lewis Barber’s death.

Report Clears Police

Health

Health

The Runaway Horse

Horse bolts from international scene on Union Street.

The Runaway Horse

Schools

Schools

Seasonally Simple

Cookbook offers various recipes for all seasons.

Seasonally Simple

Funding Benefits Herndon Police

Federal funding would allow for purchase of new technology, increase anti-gang efforts.

Funding Benefits Herndon Police

Volunteering

Volunteering

Business

Business

Real Estate

Real Estate

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Rachel Carson Teacher Honored

Rachel Carson Teacher Honored

Veterans' Songs of Pride

Veterans Day at Mount Vernon Estate honors both past and present.

Veterans' Songs of Pride

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Virginia Run Race Honors Lynda Gubin

Virginia Run Race Honors Lynda Gubin

People

People

Community Notes

Community Notes

Rachel Carson Students Surveyed

Rachel Carson Students Surveyed

A Busy Day for Herndon's NJROTC

A Busy Day for Herndon's NJROTC

Remembering Those Who Serve

Herndon recognizes Veterans Nov. 11 on Town Green.

Remembering Those Who Serve

Profile of the Week

Profile of the Week

New Feature Comes to Kings Crossing

Costco, 800-plus residential units, part of the proposed mix.

New Feature Comes to Kings Crossing

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Cadets Visit Seniors on Veterans' Day

Cadets Visit Seniors on Veterans' Day

Teaching Positive Attitudes

Kids at Hope initiative teaches community to promote positive stereotypes among children.

Teaching Positive Attitudes

School Notes

School Notes

Mount Vernon Comes Out to Vote

Mount Vernon Comes Out to Vote

Life of a Reserve Family

Herndon resident works to unite military reserve families to help in times of need.

Life of a Reserve Family

Faith

Faith

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

Bank Bandit Nabbed

Bank Bandit Nabbed

Calendar

Calendar

News Briefs

News Briefs

Clearing the Air

One month after controversial board matter, Supervisor Gerald Hyland (D-Mount Vernon) sets the record straight.

Clearing the Air

Volunteer Notes

Volunteer Notes

Police Charge Local Man with Forgery

Police Charge Local Man with Forgery

Two Fires Force Dozens Out of Homes

The cause of one blaze was an unattended candle.

Two Fires Force Dozens Out of Homes

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Reston Classes and Workshops

Reston Classes and Workshops

Community Notes

Community Notes

Council Notebook

Town Council Public Hearing

Council Notebook

Time for Change

Herndon's plants signal season changes

Time for Change

McNair Principal Named Principal of the Year

McNair Principal Named Principal of the Year

Clubs and Organizations

Clubs and Organizations

Feds Come Calling For 'Cell Phone' Bandit

Feds Come Calling For 'Cell Phone' Bandit

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Bridge Project To Impact Weekend Traffic

Bridge Project To Impact Weekend Traffic

Herndon Holiday Happenings

Herndon Holiday Happenings

Surefire Entertainment

Potomac Theatre Company presents ‘Annie Get Your Gun.’

Surefire Entertainment

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Getting to Know Joe

Getting to Know Joe

Calendar

Calendar

Seasonally Simple

Seasonally Simple

Promoting Healthy Eating

As the number of overweight children in America continues to rise, health officials look for ways to make healthy eating fun.

Promoting Healthy Eating

Supreme Ct. Favors Schools in Special Ed. Case

Ginsburg, Breyer dissent in 6-2 ruling on burden of proof in special education plan disputes.

Supreme Ct. Favors Schools in Special Ed. Case

Planning for Horses, Garbage Trucks

South County Federation hears updated plans for equestrian center, garbage truck facility.

Planning for Horses, Garbage Trucks

Tuesday, November 15

People

People

Local Church Takes a Stand

Clarendon Presbyterian Church makes a major decision to treat everyone equally.

Local Church Takes a Stand

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Kaine Wins Arlington Handily

Democratic gubernatorial candidate surpasses own campaign goals in the county.

Kaine Wins Arlington Handily

Dancer Gets Second Chance

After raising a family, Cathy Malin got a second chance at pursuing her passion, classic modern dance, while working at the same store for 13 years.

Dancer Gets Second Chance

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Ballston Redevelopment Nears Finish Line

New wave of construction signals end of 25-year transformation

Ballston Redevelopment Nears Finish Line

College Notes

College Notes

Week in Burke

News Briefs

Week in Burke

Against the 'Wal'

West Springfield graduate co-produces new film on Wal-Mart.

Against the 'Wal'

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Against the 'Wal'

West Springfield graduate co-produces new film on Wal-Mart.

Against the 'Wal'

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Briefs

Briefs

Home Sweet Home

The Woman's Club of McLean prepares for its 39th annual Holiday Homes Tour and Marketplace.

Home Sweet Home

Against the 'Wal'

West Springfield graduate co-produces new film on Wal-Mart.

Against the 'Wal'

Disappearing Signs

Expensive World Children's Choir signs go missing in McLean.

Disappearing Signs

Briefs

Briefs

Week in Fairfax Station-Clifton

News Briefs

Week in Fairfax Station-Clifton

Honored for Being Neighborly

Sharon Rainey is honored by Washington-area Toyota dealers and WJLA channel 7.

Honored for Being Neighborly

Against the 'Wal'

West Springfield graduate co-produces new film on Wal-Mart.

Against the 'Wal'

Against the 'Wal'

West Springfield graduate co-produces new film on Wal-Mart.

Against the 'Wal'

People Notes

People Notes

Ponies and Pearls

Lift Me Up! prepares to celebrate its 30th anniversary with a fund-raising gala.

Ponies and Pearls

"The Nutcracker" Tradition

The Haddad Youth Ballet prepares for 14th annual performance of classic holiday story.

"The Nutcracker" Tradition

Week in Fairfax

News Briefs

Week in Fairfax

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Stonegate Property Wants to Go Residential

Planning Commission Proposes Change in Ashburn Land Policies

Stonegate Property Wants to Go Residential

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Hope for Home Buyers?

Prices flattening, sales dropping and inventory spiking; time for patience for both buyers and sellers.

Hope for Home Buyers?

Technology Center Holds Middle School Night

Students and Parents Invited to Ask Questions

Technology Center Holds Middle School Night

Students Make Bomb Threat

Sheriff’s Office Reviews Possible Charges

Students Make Bomb Threat

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

Briefs

Briefs

Men Die In Crash

Instructor and Student Crash in Leesburg

Men Die In Crash

Two Stabbings a Half Hour Apart

Two teenagers were stabbed on Reston pathways.

Two Stabbings a Half Hour Apart

Trucks Fail Safety Tests

Truck Safety Inspections See High Failure Rate

Trucks Fail Safety Tests

‘Escorting Mustang and Thunderbolt Fighters’

Story of World War II bomber pilot, Ralph L. Minker, told through family letters in new book.

‘Escorting Mustang and Thunderbolt Fighters’

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

Vienna Celebrates Veterans Day

Veterans tell their stories at the annual ceremony at the American Legion post.

Vienna Celebrates Veterans Day

12-Stories at Dunn Loring Metro?

Retail, residential and parking would be added to Dunn Loring/Merrifield Metro Station.

12-Stories at Dunn Loring Metro?

Solomon King Remembered

On anniversary of Wootton student’s death, friends and neighbors hold candlelight vigil and organize a benefit concert in Solomon’s honor.

Solomon King Remembered

All We Want for Christmas Is ...

The Town Council shares its wish list with two local legislators.

All We Want for Christmas Is ...

"The Nutcracker" Tradition

The Haddad Youth Ballet prepares for 14th annual performance of classic holiday story.

"The Nutcracker" Tradition

Week in Springfield

News Briefs

Week in Springfield

Strathmore Takes Musicians to New Heights

The Heights School Christmas Concert

Strathmore Takes Musicians to New Heights

Briefs

Briefs

Home Sweet Home

The Woman's Club of McLean prepares for its 39th annual Holiday Homes Tour and Marketplace.

Home Sweet Home

Week in Laurel Hill

News Briefs

Week in Laurel Hill

$28 Million Proposed for Lake Anne Projects

Last week, the RCRC discussed three projects to submit to the county’s capital improvement budget program.

$28 Million Proposed for Lake Anne Projects

Busara's Grand Opening

Busara's Grand Opening

Disappearing Signs

Expensive World Children's Choir signs go missing in McLean.

Disappearing Signs

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

Ponies and Pearls

Lift Me Up! prepares to celebrate its 30th anniversary with a fund-raising gala.

Ponies and Pearls

Monday, November 14

Peeping Tom Is Registered Sex Offender

Rockville man was arrested for looking into house on Scotland Drive.

Peeping Tom Is Registered Sex Offender

Kiplinger Receives The Fourth Estate Award

"Getting Around"

Kiplinger Receives The Fourth Estate Award

In Making Horror Film, Scary Truths

Churchill grad Jonathan Stein produces '70s-style “Slaughterhouse of the Rising Sun.

In Making Horror Film, Scary Truths

This Week in Potomac 11-16-05

This Week in Potomac 11-16-05

Cabin John Raises $10,000 for Homeless

Cabin John Raises $10,000 for Homeless

Church, Farm Groups at Odds Over Ag Reserve

At contentious hearing, County Council takes up two measures that would curb private institutions' expansion in the Reserve.

Church, Farm Groups at Odds Over Ag Reserve

Weast Won't Surplus Seven Locks

At school construction hearings, superintendent addresses community concern.

Weast Won't Surplus Seven Locks

Thursday, November 10

Clifton Homes Tour, Parade, Dec. 3

Clifton Homes Tour, Parade, Dec. 3

Alexandria News Briefs

Alexandria News Briefs

Local Pols Outline Obstacles to Township

RCA keeps pushing forward.

Local Pols Outline Obstacles to Township

Unreal Estate Condo Market

Unreal Estate Condo Market

Conquering 'The Tempest'

A Cappies Review

Conquering 'The Tempest'

Steady Turnout on Election Day

Vienna, Oakton residents turn out to vote.

Steady Turnout on Election Day

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Shannon Wins Again

Democrat wins second term in House of Delegates

Shannon Wins Again

Marketing Alexandria for the Holidays

2005 program is designed to sell the city near and far.

Marketing Alexandria for the Holidays

Amundson, Sickles Savor Victory

Amundson, Sickles Savor Victory

Getting Out the Vote

Getting Out the Vote

School Notes

School Notes

Bulova Going to Richmond

Bulova Going to Richmond

Roundups

Roundups

DEQ Approves Mirant Tests

DEQ Approves Mirant Tests

Moran Denounces Budget Process

Local charities and city government will bear the consequences.

Moran Denounces Budget Process

The 'Gin Game' Wins at Little Theatre

Margaret Bush triumphs in gin game.

The 'Gin Game' Wins at Little Theatre

Preparing for Mirant's Demise?

Preparing for Mirant's Demise?

Symphony Continues Concert Series

Symphony Continues Concert Series

Inline Hockey Facility Coming

Group plans new facility in Chantilly

Inline Hockey Facility Coming

Clubs

Clubs

Centreville Man is Fugitive from Law

Centreville Man is Fugitive from Law

The 'Gin Game' Wins at Little Theatre

Margaret Bush triumphs in gin game.

The 'Gin Game' Wins at Little Theatre

City Challenges Mirant Consent Decree

City Challenges Mirant Consent Decree

A Split Board for RCC

At the first meeting since the election of four new members, the RCC board shows signs of division.

A Split Board for RCC

Fendley Wins School Board Election

Democratic-endorsed candidate defeats Republican Bill Barker and Independent Cecelia Espenoza.

Fendley Wins School Board Election

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

Clifton Homes Tour, Parade, Dec. 3

Clifton Homes Tour, Parade, Dec. 3

Business Notes

Business Notes

Community Notes

Community Notes

RA Turns a Corner

Governing documents move toward consensus.

RA Turns a Corner

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Notes

Notes

Symphony Continues Concert Series

Symphony Continues Concert Series

Plum Wins Big

Del. Ken Plum was elected to serve his 14th term Tuesday.

Plum Wins Big

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Calendar

Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Shannon Wins Again

Democrat wins second term in House of Delegates

Shannon Wins Again

Bulova Going to Richmond

Bulova Going to Richmond

Man Killed in Shooting

Woman also injured in "domestic" incident.

Man Killed in Shooting

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

'Noises Off' at Centreville High

'Noises Off' at Centreville High

Boomer Bands

Boomer Bands

Trader Joe's Opens Friday in Centreville

Trader Joe's Opens Friday in Centreville

Conquering 'The Tempest'

A Cappies Review

Conquering 'The Tempest'

Turkey Trot is Thanksgiving Day

Turkey Trot is Thanksgiving Day

New Life at Kings Crossing

Wholesale retailer could change the direction of development.

New Life at Kings Crossing

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Chantilly Student Wears 3 Hats

Chantilly Student Wears 3 Hats

New ODay Townhouses More Forward

New ODay Townhouses More Forward

Paul VI Presents 'Charlie's Aunt'

Paul VI Presents 'Charlie's Aunt'

Business Notes

Business Notes

High Density Proposals for Reston

Proposals for four new residential projects which could bring as many as 1,422 condos to Reston.

High Density Proposals for Reston

Neighborhood Columns

Taylor Run and Rosemont

Neighborhood Columns

Wednesday, November 9

Thanksgiving Run for Orphanage

Methodist Church Hosts Run to Benefit Ugandan Orphanage

Thanksgiving Run for Orphanage

Short Walk To Vote

Greenspring residents able to vote within their gated community.

Short Walk To Vote

Providing Refuge from the Storm

Irving Middle School students raise $6,000 for Katrina relief.

Providing Refuge from the Storm

Vandals Trash Burke Centre VRE Station

Repairs expected to cost over $80,000.

Vandals Trash Burke Centre VRE Station

Clubs and Organizations

Clubs and Organizations

Planning Notebook

Land Use, Conditional Use Permit Approvals

Planning Notebook

Final Encounter at the Polls

Both candidates for House of Delegates in 42nd District welcome voters to Silverbrook Elementary School.

Final Encounter at the Polls

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Suspect Wanted

Suspect Wanted

People Notes

Mayor O'Reilly Appointed

People Notes

Democrat Caputo Makes History

Sully District's first non-Republican elected to state office.

Democrat Caputo Makes History

$180 Million Approved for School Construction

$180 Million Approved for School Construction

Loudoun County Accepts Appeal

Loudoun County Accepts Appeal

Classes and Workshops

Classes and Workshops

Ending Ramadan, Ending Hunger

Ending Ramadan, Ending Hunger

New Teacher, New Play, No Problem

In her first year, Sarah Bever offers new teaching style to Herndon High's drama department.

New Teacher, New Play, No Problem

Another Election

Another Election

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Loudoun County Accepts Appeal

Public hearing set for December to review Herndon appeal to allow day-laborer center at former police station.

Loudoun County Accepts Appeal

Final Encounter at the Polls

Both candidates for House of Delegates in 42nd District welcome voters to Silverbrook Elementary School.

Final Encounter at the Polls

Grant Expands LINK

Grant Expands LINK

'Much Ado' about V-E Day

Lake Braddock's fall performance has Shakespeare swinging.

'Much Ado' about V-E Day

Building a Drama Department from Scratch

Building a Drama Department from Scratch

Council Notebook

Town Council Public Hearing

Council Notebook

Stallions 'Take It'

Cappies Review

Stallions 'Take It'

Community

Community

Stallions 'Take It'

Cappies Review

Stallions 'Take It'

Stallions 'Take It'

Cappies Review

Stallions 'Take It'

People

People

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Under Way

Under Way

Group Gears Up

Help Save Herndon members discuss day labor and upcoming local elections.

Group Gears Up

Growing, But a Bit Slower

City’s budget outlook is strong, assessments still projected to increase in double digits.

Growing, But a Bit Slower

Overcrowding Expected at South County

Newly opened school may become Fairfax County's most overcrowded.

Overcrowding Expected at South County

Residents Open Robeks

Leslie and Dave Hutchinson offer healthy alternative to eating on the go.

Residents Open Robeks

Providing Refuge from the Storm

Irving Middle School students raise $6,000 for Katrina relief.

Providing Refuge from the Storm

Health Notes

Health Notes

Kaine Is Va.'s Next Governor

Kaine Is Va.'s Next Governor

Experts Make Recommendations for Land

School Board Responds to Land Recommendations

Experts Make Recommendations for Land

Chamber Chairman Receives Award

Chamber Chairman Receives Award

Business

Business

Bridging the Digital Divide

Learning computer skills opens doors for participants of a local nonprofit program.

Bridging the Digital Divide

The Art of War

Springfield soldier donates six drawings from service in Bosnia to U.S. Army museum.

The Art of War

$180 Million Approved for School Construction

$180 Million Approved for School Construction

Needs to be Top Priority

Minority Student Achievement Getting Better

Needs to be Top Priority

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Ballston Project Fails on Transportation

Ballston Project Fails on Transportation

Veterans Honor the Fallen

Veterans collect donations, give out poppies symbolizing those who served.

Veterans Honor the Fallen

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

Short Walk To Vote

Greenspring residents able to vote within their gated community.

Short Walk To Vote

Murder Charges Dropped Against Son

October killing of a Potomac woman remains under investigation.

Murder Charges Dropped Against Son

Mount Vernon and England Celebrate Partnership

Reception brings together people from both countries.

Mount Vernon and England Celebrate Partnership

Churchill Tries to Live Up to 'Story'

Hoffman, Voightmann lead in staging of Broadway classic.

Churchill Tries to Live Up to 'Story'

County Notebook

County Notebook

Alexandria Launches Lobbying Effort

City Hall prepares its legislative package for upcoming General Assembly.

Alexandria Launches Lobbying Effort

Portrait of an Immigrant U.S. Soldier

Leon Goure is WWII vet, scholar and author.

Portrait of an Immigrant U.S. Soldier

'West Side’ Ballet Signals Broader Arts Focus

Long-time dancers bring experience to Churchill production.

'West Side’ Ballet Signals Broader Arts Focus

Dollar Dreams

Vornado Realty Trust enters agreement to purchase Springfield Mall.

Dollar Dreams

There’s a New Sheriff in Town

Dana Lawhorne vows to solve overcrowding problem at the prison.

There’s a New Sheriff in Town

Missing Kayaker Found Dead in Piscataway Creek

Police still investigating the incident.

Missing Kayaker Found Dead in Piscataway Creek

A Place To Eat ... and Drink?

Damon's opens restaurant on GMU campus.

A Place To Eat ... and Drink?

New Church Brings Community Together

St. Aphraim's Syriac Orthodox Church is the first in the area.

New Church Brings Community Together

Last Chance to Buy a Painted Pony

Last Chance to Buy a Painted Pony

Overcrowding Expected at South County

Newly opened school may become Fairfax County's most overcrowded.

Overcrowding Expected at South County

That's a Wrap

Close governor and House of Delegates' race brings out the voters in the 41st District.

That's a Wrap

This Week in Potomac 11-9-05

This Week in Potomac 11-9-05

Potomac Elementary Sculpts Artistic Future

David Hubbard’s “Night Boat” is among first public artworks in Potomac.

Potomac Elementary Sculpts Artistic Future

School Construction Plan Stirs Controversies

Kendale boundary study slated for spring; Churchill dropped from new high school planning.

School Construction Plan Stirs Controversies

Kaine Is Va.'s Next Governor

Kaine Is Va.'s Next Governor

Remembering Rover

Pender Veterinary Clinic dedicates a memorial park for pets on Sunday, Nov. 6.

Remembering Rover

Overcrowding Expected at South County

Newly opened school may become Fairfax County's most overcrowded.

Overcrowding Expected at South County

A Place To Eat ... and Drink?

Damon's opens restaurant on GMU campus.

A Place To Eat ... and Drink?

Final Encounter at the Polls

Both candidates for House of Delegates in 42nd District welcome voters to Silverbrook Elementary School.

Final Encounter at the Polls

Campaign Foot Wear

The delegate race in the 37th District remains busy until the end.

Campaign Foot Wear

Notes from the Budding Author

Fairfax native receives award for writing.

Notes from the Budding Author

'He Loved the Marines'

Son of Fairfax couple killed in helicopter crash in Iraq.

'He Loved the Marines'

A Little Something for Children

Children's Performance Series brings the arts to young Fairfax residents.

A Little Something for Children

These Shoes Were Made for Campaigning

The delegate race in the 37th District remains busy until the end.

These Shoes Were Made for Campaigning

Celebrating Life's 'Simple Pleasures'

Fairfax resident's paintings on display at Loft Gallery.

Celebrating Life's 'Simple Pleasures'

Celebrating Life's 'Simple Pleasures'

Fairfax resident's paintings on display at Loft Gallery.

Celebrating Life's 'Simple Pleasures'

County Awards Extraordinary Neighbor

Fairfax resident Louise Pennington wins 2005 Barbara Varon Volunteer Award.

County Awards Extraordinary Neighbor

Tuesday, November 8

Week in Burke

News Briefs

Week in Burke

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

‘Authoritarian’ Steps Out

Wakefield student shines as stage manager and crew for high school and professional theater productions

‘Authoritarian’ Steps Out

Arrest in Fair Lakes Murder

Centreville man charged in Nov. 3 shooting.

Arrest in Fair Lakes Murder

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Langley School Opens Media Studio

Green screen enables students to create every backdrop imaginable.

Langley School Opens Media Studio

Local Voter Turnout Slow, Steady

McLean and Great Falls voters cite civic duty as motivation for voting.

Local Voter Turnout Slow, Steady

Langley School Opens Media Studio

Green screen enables students to create every backdrop imaginable.

Langley School Opens Media Studio

New-Age People Movers?

Transportation planning experts express concern over lack of market research behind plans for Dulles Corridor Metro.

New-Age People Movers?

Calendar

Calendar

County Unveils Clarendon Plan

Some residents complain the plan is too confusing and rigid.

County Unveils Clarendon Plan

Curtain Call For Langley Siblings

Langley High School prepares for its production of Don Nigro's "Robin Hood."

Curtain Call For Langley Siblings

Kasey Haynes Dies

Obituary

Kasey Haynes Dies

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

Kasey Haynes Dies

Obituary

Kasey Haynes Dies

News Briefs

News Briefs

Fine Arts Scene

Fine Arts Scene

Kasey Haynes Dies

Obituary

Kasey Haynes Dies

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Calendar

Health Notes

Health Notes

Student Arrested for Dunn Loring Rapes

Marshall High School student accused of assaults near Dunn Loring Metro.

Student Arrested for Dunn Loring Rapes

Week in Springfield

News Briefs

Week in Springfield

Calendar

Calendar

Curtain Call For Langley Siblings

Langley High School prepares for its production of Don Nigro's "Robin Hood."

Curtain Call For Langley Siblings

McLean This Week

McLean This Week

Gymnast Lives on Through Scholarship

Scholarship Rewards Loudoun County Seniors Dedicated to Community Service

Gymnast Lives on Through Scholarship

Providing a Fresh Start

Local organization is recognized for work with homeless and abused women.

Providing a Fresh Start

College Notes

College Notes

Vienna This Week

Vienna This Week

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Student Arrested

Marshall High School student accused of assaults near Dunn Loring Metro.

Student Arrested

Calendar

Calendar

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Senior Living

Senior Living

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

'Much Ado' about V-E Day

Lake Braddock's fall performance has Shakespeare swinging.

'Much Ado' about V-E Day

Health

Health

Health

Health

Breaking the Fast

Muslims gather at a local mosque to break their fast together during Ramadan.

Breaking the Fast

Fine Arts Scene

Fine Arts Scene

Ramadan Brings Appreciation For Life

McLean family finds peace and rejuvenation through religious tradition.

Ramadan Brings Appreciation For Life

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health

Health

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

News Briefs

News Briefs

Great Falls This Week

Great Falls This Week

Health

Health

Poisson Now Represents Loudoun County

Democratic Candidate Will Represent the 32nd District

Poisson Now Represents Loudoun County

Strong Election Turnout Expected in Virginia

Strong Election Turnout Expected in Virginia

New-Age People Movers?

Transportation planning experts express concern over lack of market research behind plans for Dulles Corridor Metro.

New-Age People Movers?

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

'Much Ado' about V-E Day

Lake Braddock's fall performance has Shakespeare swinging.

'Much Ado' about V-E Day

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Deputy Raises Awareness

Deputy Raises Awareness

School Plans Educational Playground

Science Park

School Plans Educational Playground

Local Voter Turnout Slow, Steady

McLean and Great Falls voters cite civic duty as motivation for voting.

Local Voter Turnout Slow, Steady

And the Winner Is ...

Council presents awards and hears presentations at Monday's meeting.

And the Winner Is ...

Health

Health

'Much Ado' about V-E Day

Lake Braddock's fall performance has Shakespeare swinging.

'Much Ado' about V-E Day

Week in Fairfax

News Briefs

Week in Fairfax

Business Notes

Business Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Fine Arts Scene

Fine Arts Scene

Health

Health

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Ramadan Brings Appreciation For Life

McLean family finds peace and rejuvenation through religious tradition.

Ramadan Brings Appreciation For Life

School Board Prepares Legislative Goals

Members seek full funding for testing and more money for pre-school from General Assembly.

School Board Prepares Legislative Goals

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

Schools

Schools

Health Notes

Health Notes

Latino Leaders Condemn Anti-Immigrant Legislation

Republican delegates announce new bills that will restrict rights of illegal immigrants.

Latino Leaders Condemn Anti-Immigrant Legislation

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Monday, November 7

‘Every 15 Minutes’ A Life is Taken

Churchill presents two-day program on Homecoming weekend and urges students to remember recent local casualties.

‘Every 15 Minutes’ A Life is Taken

Thursday, November 3

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Reston Crime

Reston Crime

Real Estate

Real Estate

Endorsement Recap

Vote on Nov. 8.

Endorsement Recap

Wednesday, November 2

Health Notes

Health Notes

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

College Notes

College Notes

Herndon Schools

Herndon Schools

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Reston Schools

Reston Schools

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

College Notes

College Notes

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Book Buddies with Katrina Victims

Students and parents at Halley Elementary purchase books to restock library of Mississippi school.

Book Buddies with Katrina Victims

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Book Buddies with Katrina Victims

Students and parents at Halley Elementary purchase books to restock library of Mississippi school.

Book Buddies with Katrina Victims

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Preparing for Pandemic

County Health Department prepares for possibility of flu pandemic.

Preparing for Pandemic

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

County Broadens Real Estate Tax ReliefCounty Broadens Real Estate Tax Relief

About 3,300 additional county residents are eligible for relief.

County Broadens Real Estate Tax ReliefCounty Broadens Real Estate Tax Relief

Schools

Schools

Herndon Clubs and Organizations

Herndon Clubs and Organizations

Herndon Ongoing

Herndon Ongoing

Herndon Calendar

Herndon Calendar

Herndon Business

Herndon Business

Herndon Classes and Workshops

Herndon Classes and Workshops

Herndon Faith

Herndon Faith

Herndon Volunteering

Herndon Volunteering

Herndon Crime

Herndon Crime

Reston Business

Reston Business

Reston Classes and Workshops

Reston Classes and Workshops

Reston Calendar

Reston Calendar

Reston Volunteering

Reston Volunteering

Reston Clubs and Organizations

Reston Clubs and Organizations

Reston Faith

Reston Faith

Reston Ongoing Events

Reston Ongoing Events

Fall Forecast: Summer Rain

Local band plays in Fairfax this weekend.

Fall Forecast: Summer Rain

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Calendar

Fall Forecast: Summer Rain

Local band plays in Fairfax this weekend.

Fall Forecast: Summer Rain

Calendar

Calendar

Fall Forecast: Summer Rain

Local band plays in Fairfax this weekend.

Fall Forecast: Summer Rain

Calendar

Calendar

Fall Forecast: Summer Rain

Local band plays in Fairfax this weekend.

Fall Forecast: Summer Rain

Fall Forecast: Summer Rain

Local band plays in Fairfax this weekend.

Fall Forecast: Summer Rain

Stroke of Midnight

"Cinderella" is the last musical for Woodson seniors.

Stroke of Midnight

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

All City?

School Board gets its briefing; planning for facility moves on.

All City?

Changing Cityscape

Eisenhower and Van Dorn plans face major changes.

Changing Cityscape

Bridge Parking Woes

Will an expanded Task Force help?

Bridge Parking Woes

Standing By Their Man

Panoply of city leaders endorse Dana Lawhorne for sheriff.

Standing By Their Man

'Turtles' Race for Youth

'Turtles' Race for Youth

At the Courthouse

At the Courthouse

Alexandria To Initiate 'America's 400th'

Eighteen-month celebration will highlight interactive events.

Alexandria To Initiate 'America's 400th'

Miss Ramp, Visit Maryland

Miss Ramp, Visit Maryland

Back to the Roller Rink

Regular skater Rhoda Rarick celebrates her 90th birthday.

Back to the Roller Rink

Teachers, Family Join 'Amazing Race'

Reggie and Kimberly Black recount their adventures on reality show.

Teachers, Family Join 'Amazing Race'

Down to the Wire In 67th District

Down to the Wire In 67th District

Healthy Students Help Homeless

Fairview Elementary kicks off partnership and walkathon.

Healthy Students Help Homeless

Man Pleads Guilty to Raping Teen

Man Pleads Guilty to Raping Teen

Pumpkins for Sale

Shoppers visit the final Burke Farmers' Market of the year Oct. 29.

Pumpkins for Sale

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Hugo Is Unopposed in 40th

Hugo Is Unopposed in 40th

Roundups

Roundups

Surveying the Dam

Supervisor and community tour Lake Royal dam.

Surveying the Dam

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

Airport Credit Card Scam

Airport Credit Card Scam

Barn Fire Kills 10 Horses

Six fire companies respond to Clifton fire.

Barn Fire Kills 10 Horses

Police Charge 3 With Drugs

Police Charge 3 With Drugs

Westfield High Theatre Presents "Our Town"

Westfield High Theatre Presents "Our Town"

Week in Burke

News Briefs

Week in Burke

Scream for Ice Cream

Woody's Fall Jubilee Oct. 29 offers live music, free food and frightening costumes.

Scream for Ice Cream

Surveying the Dam

Supervisor and community tour Lake Royal dam.

Surveying the Dam

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

Week in Fairfax

News Briefs

Week in Fairfax

The Mild Ones

Mason, Bulova end civil campaign with final debate.

The Mild Ones

Business Owners Sound Off

City Council hears complaints, concerns on Old Town growth.

Business Owners Sound Off

Cavaliers on the Field

W. T. Woodson students and faculty gather for Homecoming festivities Friday, Oct. 28.

Cavaliers on the Field

Rallying for Children

Wednesday Night Crew sponsors third annual Toys for Tots rally Saturday, Nov. 5 at Buffalo Wing University in Fairfax.

Rallying for Children

Craddock Comments Elicit Outrage, Denials

Republican candidate's comments to high school students draw criticism.

Craddock Comments Elicit Outrage, Denials

Literacy Council Needs Money

Loudoun Literacy Council Has Books, Needs Funds

Literacy Council Needs Money

Runser Says Good-Bye to Town Hall

Although Robin Runser will no longer be the public information officer, she plans to stay involved with town.

Runser Says Good-Bye to Town Hall

Student Participates In 'Kids Congress'

Student Participates In 'Kids Congress'

Herndon Without Hunger

Herndon Without Hunger

Running To Raise Money

Running To Raise Money

Town Dedicates New Police Station

Town Dedicates New Police Station

Crime Rate Drops

Crime Rate Drops

Money Game

Poisson Receives Generous Donations

Money Game

Halloween Treats

Halloween Treats

Ghost, Goblins, Princesses, Oh My!

Ghost, Goblins, Princesses, Oh My!

Making Reading 'A Habit'

Making Reading 'A Habit'

Relief Truck On Its Way

Relief Truck On Its Way

Politicians Set Up Campaign Headquarters

Visibility, accessibility and low cost key components in finding space.

Politicians Set Up Campaign Headquarters

Teachers on 'Amazing Race'

Reggie and Kimberly Black recount their adventures on reality show.

Teachers on 'Amazing Race'

Less Divots to the Bay

Less Divots to the Bay

Harbor School Gives Up Newbridge Site

Luxury homes tell tale of school’s pullout from Newbridge Drive fight

Harbor School Gives Up Newbridge Site

Back to the Roller Rink

Regular skater Rhoda Rarick celebrates her 90th birthday.

Back to the Roller Rink

Healthplex on the Horizon?

Healthplex may serve rapidly growing population in Lorton area.

Healthplex on the Horizon?

Coming Soon to a Faucet Near You....

New water treatment plant slated to open within the next year in Lorton.

Coming Soon to a Faucet Near You....

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

‘A Mom Away from Home’ Retires at SLHS

Nancy Burke worked at the school since it opened.

‘A Mom Away from Home’ Retires at SLHS

Skaters Thrash at Park

For a second time, a temporary skate park comes to Reston.

Skaters Thrash at Park

Two Shot in Kingstowne

Police charge Alexandria man in shooting of officer.

Two Shot in Kingstowne

Out for a Ride

Tour de Lee showcases bike lanes in Lee District.

Out for a Ride

Preserving Their Stories

Library of Congress, WIMS sponsoring a program to record oral histories of WWII veterans, workers.

Preserving Their Stories

Healthplex on the Horizon?

Healthplex may serve rapidly growing population in Lorton area.

Healthplex on the Horizon?

Extended Halloween Extravaganza

Trick-or-treaters participate in variety of local activities.

Extended Halloween Extravaganza

Farmers’ Market Ends Season

Farmers’ Market Ends Season

Marching Against Drugs

Marching Against Drugs

Week in Springfield

News Briefs

Week in Springfield

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

Rallying for Children

Saturday's fund-raiser, Poker Run starts at Kilroy's restaurant.

Rallying for Children

'Largest Revision to Date'

Reston Association releases the latest version of the governing documents.

'Largest Revision to Date'

Budget Juggling

Reston Association board agrees to add more staff without raising assessments.

Budget Juggling

Open Letter to Jennie Golden

Letter to the Editor

Open Letter to Jennie Golden

Politicians Set Up Campaign Headquarters

Visibility, accessibility and low cost key components in finding space.

Politicians Set Up Campaign Headquarters

News Briefs

News Briefs

Vote for Albo

Letter to the Editor

Vote for Albo

Healthy Students Help Homeless

Fairview Elementary kicks off partnership and walkathon.

Healthy Students Help Homeless

Vote for Kaine

Letters to the Editor

Vote for Kaine

A Young Hero Remembered

Pfc. Dillon Jutras, deployed to Iraq earlier this year, was killed during combat operations last week

A Young Hero Remembered

News Briefs

News Briefs

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

Healthplex on the Horizon?

Healthplex may serve rapidly growing population in Lorton area.

Healthplex on the Horizon?

Who's Correct?

Letter to the Editor

Who's Correct?

Cavaliers on the Field

W. T. Woodson students and faculty gather for Homecoming festivities Friday, Oct. 28.

Cavaliers on the Field

Campaign Observations

Letter to the Editor

Campaign Observations

Bringing Community Needs to Richmond

Commentary

Bringing Community Needs to Richmond

Who's Correct?

Letter to the Editor?

Who's Correct?

Recasting Leadership in Virginia

Commentary

Recasting Leadership in Virginia

Keep It Clean

Letter to the Editor

Keep It Clean

A Young Hero Remembered

Pfc. Dillon Jutras, deployed to Iraq earlier this year, was killed during combat operations last week.

A Young Hero Remembered

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

10 Horses Killed in Clifton Blaze

Six fire companies respond to Clifton fire.

10 Horses Killed in Clifton Blaze

Rewriting History

Letter to the Editor

Rewriting History

10 Horses Killed in Clifton Blaze

Six fire companies respond to Clifton fire.

10 Horses Killed in Clifton Blaze

Healthplex on the Horizon?

Healthplex may serve rapidly growing population in Lorton area.

Healthplex on the Horizon?

Coming Soon to a Faucet Near You....

New water treatment plant slated to open within the next year in Lorton.

Coming Soon to a Faucet Near You....

When To Kill?

Letter to the Editor

When To Kill?

A Little History

Letter to the Editor

A Little History

Make a Choice

Letter to the Editor

Make a Choice

A Little History

Letter to the Editor

A Little History

Abandon Smears

Letter to the Editor

Abandon Smears

'Strange Bedfellows'

Letter to the Editor

'Strange Bedfellows'

'F' in Education

Letter to the Editor

'F' in Education

'Strange Bedfellows'

Letter to the Editor

'Strange Bedfellows'

Coming Soon, to a Faucet Near You....

New water treatment plant slated to open within the next year in Lorton.

Coming Soon, to a Faucet Near You....

Tuesday, November 1

Volunteer

Volunteer

Health

Health

Richmond Matters

Politicians hope lack of contested local races does not deter residents

Richmond Matters

People

People

Kaine Leads Kilgore in Arlington Fundraising

Kaine Leads Kilgore in Arlington Fundraising

Seriously Funny

Former Cappie nominee takes on Shakespeare, again.

Seriously Funny

Seriously Funny

Former Cappie nominee takes on Shakespeare, again.

Seriously Funny

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Faith

Faith

Twin Brothers Find Success

Twin Brothers Find Success

Return to Sender

Return to Sender

Schools

Schools

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

New Home in Cyberspace

New Home in Cyberspace

Volunteering

Volunteering

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Business

Business

Craddock Comments Elicit Both Outrage, Denials

Craddock Comments Elicit Both Outrage, Denials

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Community

Community

Residents Disagree Over Age Limit

Great Falls Village Centre bans children over 10 from participating in trick-or-treating event.

Residents Disagree Over Age Limit

Great Falls Teen Dies in Car Accident

Potomac High School junior crashes car on Beach Mill Road.

Great Falls Teen Dies in Car Accident

Business Notes

Business Notes

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Turtle Rodeo'ing

Langley School administrator returns from Earth Watch expedition in Australia.

Turtle Rodeo'ing

Katrina Job Fair Held

Chamber of Commerce and Skill Source organize job fair for those displaced by the hurricane.

Katrina Job Fair Held

Night for Ghosts and Goblins

Vienna celebrates being named 4th best town to live in.

Night for Ghosts and Goblins

Remembering Taylor Behl

Friends and family recall Vienna resident's life.

Remembering Taylor Behl

Volunteer

Volunteer

Business Notes

Business Notes

Metro Hears about MetroWest

Metro Board doesn't want to interfere in land decision.

Metro Hears about MetroWest

Business Notes

Business Notes

Family Court

MacKeevers’ Potomac roots run three generations deep.

Family Court

Business Notes

Business Notes

Schools

Schools

Park Plan Looks to Balance Preservation, Recreation

Dogs, motor sports, bird watching are among competing demands

Park Plan Looks to Balance Preservation, Recreation

Craddock Comments Elicit Both Outrage, Denials

Craddock Comments Elicit Both Outrage, Denials