Stories for October 2005

Stories for October 2005

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Thursday, October 27

Englin in the 45th

Englin in the 45th

Elementary Schools Turn 30

Due For Renovation

Elementary Schools Turn 30

Mason for the 37th

Mason for the 37th

Mark Sickles in 43rd

Mark Sickles in 43rd

Watts in the 39th

Watts in the 39th

Caputo in 67th

Caputo in 67th

Roemmelt in 13th

Roemmelt in 13th

Ken Plum in the 36th

Ken Plum in the 36th

David Marsden for the 41st District

David Marsden for the 41st District

Brian Moran in 46th

Brian Moran in 46th

Connection Endorsements

Like our picks? Get out and vote. Don’t like our picks? Get out and vote.

Connection Endorsements

Steve Shannon in the 35th

Steve Shannon in the 35th

David Poisson in 32nd

David Poisson in 32nd

Vote Yes to School Bond

Vote Yes to School Bond

Amundson for 44th

Amundson for 44th

Vote Yes on All School Bond Questions

Vote Yes on All School Bond Questions

Werkheiser in 42nd

Werkheiser in 42nd

Board of Supervisors Divide Bond Referendum

School Board Advises Residents to Vote For All Projects

Board of Supervisors Divide Bond Referendum

Wednesday, October 26

Backing Golden

Letter to the Editor

Backing Golden

Kiwanis Club 'Adopts' Salvation Army House

Kiwanis Club 'Adopts' Salvation Army House

Absentee Polls Open for Voters

Absentee Polls Open for Voters

This Week in Potomac 10-26-05

This Week in Potomac 10-26-05

Halloween Calendar

Halloween Calendar

Liberal Leanings

Letter to the Editor

Liberal Leanings

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

Moderate Candidate

Letter to the Editor

Moderate Candidate

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

City Revitalizes Resource Center

Family Resource Learning Center emphasizes full-time education.

City Revitalizes Resource Center

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Teaching Awareness

Teaching Awareness

Living Through Construction

Business owners deal with short-term losses, look for long-term gains.

Living Through Construction

Roundups

Roundups

Watchdog Group Adds County to Lawsuit

Watchdog Group Adds County to Lawsuit

New Entrance Proposed for Woodlawn Plantation

Environmental Assessment report expected early in '06.

New Entrance Proposed for Woodlawn Plantation

Craddock Comments Elicit Both Outrage, Denials

Craddock Comments Elicit Both Outrage, Denials

Kilgore Will Fight Crime

Letter to the Editor

Kilgore Will Fight Crime

Smith Enters Alford Plea

Smith Enters Alford Plea

'Hound' Plays at Aldersgate

Tim Pullen stars in Sherlock Holmes murder mystery.

'Hound' Plays at Aldersgate

Halloween Calendar

Halloween Calendar

Leading at St. Francis Episcopal Day School

Patricia Talbert Smith is new head of school.

Leading at St. Francis Episcopal Day School

Teacher Participates in Japan Program

Social Science Department Chair Will Go to Japan To Gain Perspective

Teacher Participates in Japan Program

Suvivor Lessons

Five city firefighters join relief team in Mississippi.

Suvivor Lessons

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Voting for All Projects Is Key

Three soon-to-be schools in the Dulles District await funding.

Voting for All Projects Is Key

Breakfast Surprise

Garrison commander reveals scope of changes at Fort Belvoir.

Breakfast Surprise

Republican Backing Werkheiser

Letter to the Editor

Republican Backing Werkheiser

Garden Club Hosts Fashion Show

Fashions from Jones N.Y. and Lord & Taylor take center stage.

Garden Club Hosts Fashion Show

Burgundy Fair Benefits Scholarship Fund

Hundreds of guests enjoy games, food and entertainment.

Burgundy Fair Benefits Scholarship Fund

Churchill Sounds the Alarm

MCPS disputes e-mail claim that students could be re-assigned.

Churchill Sounds the Alarm

City Doubts Mirant's Readiness

Has Mirant found a way to cleanse air for full operations?

City Doubts Mirant's Readiness

Health Notes

Health Notes

Calendar

Calendar

College Notes

College Notes

ESL Class Links Home and School

Parents of students from River Bend Middle School and Potomac Falls High School participate in an ESL class designed for them.

ESL Class Links Home and School

When Candidates Attack

What happens when political candidates start getting nasty?

When Candidates Attack

Health Notes

Health Notes

Credit to Albo

Letter to the Editor

Credit to Albo

News Briefs

News Briefs

Remembering the Coach

Alleghany camp song fills chapel for Cooper Dawson's memorial service.

Remembering the Coach

Death Visits the Carlyle House

Museum house mourns 1780 passing of Scottish merchant John Carlyle.

Death Visits the Carlyle House

DAR Awards Medal to Stephen Homoki

Americanism medal is one of the most prestigious awards.

DAR Awards Medal to Stephen Homoki

Supervisor Displeased with Anonymous Flyer

Board of Supervisors agree that citizens should put more energy into focusing on the issues than name calling and stirring up controversy.

Supervisor Displeased with Anonymous Flyer

Missing Ballots?

Letter to the Editor

Missing Ballots?

A Very Busy Day

Young pianist to play two concerts in one day this weekend.

A Very Busy Day

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

Celebrating Agricultural Reserve

Area helps protect 93,000 acres upcounty from development.

Celebrating Agricultural Reserve

Health Notes

Health Notes

Livability Depends on Who's in Control

Expert credits citizen involvement in Alexandria.

Livability Depends on Who's in Control

Mount Olive Rejoices at Groundbreaking

Mount Olive Rejoices at Groundbreaking

Show Must Go On

Show Must Go On

Cascades Technologies on Growth List

Cascades Technologies on Growth List

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Contributions to Sheriff Candidates

Contributions to Sheriff Candidates

Sheriff's Race Heats Up

Accusations and counter-accusations fly at a Del Ray campaign event.

Sheriff's Race Heats Up

Flexibility Needed

Letter to the Editor

Flexibility Needed

Suing for History's Sake

Council sued over planned demolition.

Suing for History's Sake

Halloween Calendar

Halloween Calendar

Letter on Albo Misinformed

Letter to the Editor

Letter on Albo Misinformed

Comparing Proposals

Clark Ventures, Herndon Station present vastly different redevelopment packages.

Comparing Proposals

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Breaking Fast as Family

Sterling residents fast during Ramadan

Breaking Fast as Family

George and Ginny Barnes Win Lifetime of Service Award

Activists are thrid recipients of Chamber of Commerce award.

George and Ginny Barnes Win Lifetime of Service Award

Ashburn Man Charged with Murder

Ashburn Man Charged with Murder

Group To Monitor Day-Laborers

Creation of Herndon Minutemen tests legality, effectiveness of citizen-run watch groups.

Group To Monitor Day-Laborers

Calendar

Calendar

Herndon Dulles Chamber Golf Classic

Herndon Dulles Chamber Golf Classic

GMU Wants Charges Dropped

University will not press charges against student protester.

GMU Wants Charges Dropped

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Who Was She?

Female Stranger's grave continues to spook Old Town.

Who Was She?

Burgundy Fair Benefits Scholarship Fund

Hundreds of guests enjoy games, food and entertainment.

Burgundy Fair Benefits Scholarship Fund

Barn Fire Kills 10 Horses

Six fire companies responded to fire.

Barn Fire Kills 10 Horses

Making a Difference in Fairfax

Volunteerfest activities help clean and refurbish day center for Alzheimer’s patients.

Making a Difference in Fairfax

A Look Back

Town Meeting dives into Braddock District's history.

A Look Back

Bruins Take a Bite

Lake Braddock homecoming parade and Bite of Braddock Oct. 21.

Bruins Take a Bite

Week in Fairfax

News Briefs

Week in Fairfax

Mt. Olive Baptist To Build New Church

Plans for a new, $8 million building unveiled on 120th anniversary.

Mt. Olive Baptist To Build New Church

Ready for the Worst

Council hears emergency plan at Tuesday meeting.

Ready for the Worst

Mount Olive Baptist Celebrates 120 Years

Mount Olive Baptist Celebrates 120 Years

Comment on Governor's Race

Letter to the Editor

Comment on Governor's Race

A Very Busy Day

Young pianist to play two concerts in one day this weekend.

A Very Busy Day

Bubble Deflates Slightly, But Far from Bursting

Realtors say pace of sales has slowed, but market is strong.

Bubble Deflates Slightly, But Far from Bursting

Week in Laurel Hill

News Briefs

Week in Laurel Hill

Dirty Campaign

Letter to the Editor

Dirty Campaign

Calendar

Calendar

Setting the Letter Straight

Letter to the Editor

Setting the Letter Straight

Smoke and Mirrors

Letter to the Editor

Smoke and Mirrors

CERTifiable

Burke neighborhood trains for emergency response.

CERTifiable

Educators Endorse Marsden

Letter to the Editor

Educators Endorse Marsden

County Previews VRE Garage Plan

Public hearing on VRE garage highlights community concerns.

County Previews VRE Garage Plan

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Volunteering, Rain or Shine

Volunteering, Rain or Shine

26 Runners, 26 Miles Honor Local Marine

Kirk Bosselmann of Dickerson was killed in Iraq Nov. 27, 2004.

26 Runners, 26 Miles Honor Local Marine

Calendar

Calendar

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Week in Burke

News Briefs

Week in Burke

Health Notes

Health Notes

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

A Very Busy Day

Young pianist to play two concerts in one day this weekend.

A Very Busy Day

Halloween Calendar

Halloween Calendar

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

Halloween Calendar

Halloween Calendar

Vote 'Yes' for School Bond

Letter to the Editor

Vote 'Yes' for School Bond

Can't See Problem

Letter to the Editor

Can't See Problem

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Mason 'Dean of Density'

Letter to the Editor

Mason 'Dean of Density'

New Hospital Proposed on Route 50

Inova Healthcare System signed a purchase agreement with longtime Dulles South resident Haseltine Shockey for 94-acres of land on which it plans to build a new hospital.

New Hospital Proposed on Route 50

NextLevel Holds Fund-raiser

NextLevel Holds Fund-raiser

Potomac Man Charged With Tax Evasion

Potomac Man Charged With Tax Evasion

A Very Busy Day

Young pianist to play two concerts in one day this weekend.

A Very Busy Day

Calendar

Calendar

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Week in Springfield

News Briefs

Week in Springfield

Health Notes

Health Notes

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

Isani's Bond Revoked

Isani's Bond Revoked

At the Courthouse

At the Courthouse

Health Notes

Health Notes

Candidate's Blueprint

Letter to the Editor

Candidate's Blueprint

Who Ya Gonna Call?

Springfield man investigates the strange and ghostly.

Who Ya Gonna Call?

Literacy Project Kick-Off

Literacy Project Kick-Off

Is Kings Crossing Star-Crossed?

Site of planned redevelopment could remain a commercial strip.

Is Kings Crossing Star-Crossed?

A Very Busy Day

Young pianist to play two concerts in one day this weekend.

A Very Busy Day

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Tuesday, October 25

House Party: Community Tragedy

Durrell Pretty sentenced to 13 years for involuntary manslaughter in March shooting death of Brendan Tash.

House Party: Community Tragedy

Ongoing

Ongoing

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Business Notes

Business Notes

Halloween Happenings

Halloween Happenings

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

People

People

Easing the Transition

New Washington-Lee program groups freshmen in small “communities” to enable teachers to better monitor performance

Easing the Transition

Arlington Inmate Dies

Arlington Inmate Dies

Birth

Birth

Have a Safe Halloween

Have a Safe Halloween

Volunteers

Volunteers

Community

Community

One Step Closer

Architectural Review Board approves concept for Spring Hill Senior Campus.

One Step Closer

Ongoing

Ongoing

Business

Business

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Volunteering

Volunteering

Celebrating Ramadan

Politicians and an inter-faith group learn about Islam and break the Ramadan fast at area mosque.

Celebrating Ramadan

Real Estate

Real Estate

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

A Modest Proposal

New transportation office needed before Lorton School can be sold.

A Modest Proposal

Major Sewer Line Project Planned

Citizens invited to learn more at upcoming GFCA meeting.

Major Sewer Line Project Planned

EPA Looks for TCE Source in Broad Run Farms

EPA Looks for TCE Source in Broad Run Farms

Band Teacher Sentenced to 15 Years

Former teacher sentenced for videotaping boys at Spring Hill recreation center.

Band Teacher Sentenced to 15 Years

This Week in Great Falls

This Week in Great Falls

Students Study Native American Culture

Students Study Native American Culture

School Board Speaks Up

School Board Speaks Up

Taste of McRain

Taste of McLean and MHS 50th Anniversary events go on despite inclement weather.

Taste of McRain

No New Foreign Languages For Arlington

School Board members wanted school staff to recommend offering Arabic and Chinese.

No New Foreign Languages For Arlington

Week in Arlington

Week in Arlington

Will Flooded Market Slow Home Prices?

For first time since May, average home price fell below $550,000.

Will Flooded Market Slow Home Prices?

Real Estate

Real Estate

Business Notes

Business Notes

Saying Good-bye to Guthrie

Long-time Reston resident Michael Guthrie is moving out of the area.

Saying Good-bye to Guthrie

Schools

Schools

Rapist Attacks Fourth Victim

Prior to Sunday's attack in Dunn Loring, police and community members met to discuss ways to defend against a serial rapist.

Rapist Attacks Fourth Victim

Lake Anne to Take Early Lead

Lake Anne Elementary is one of four schools to take part in School Readiness Collaboration.

Lake Anne to Take Early Lead

VolunteerFest

People volunteer their time at two projects in Reston.

VolunteerFest

Real Estate

Real Estate

Lake Anne Revitalization Project Changes

RCRC and county staff re-define parking garage after hearing opposition.

Lake Anne Revitalization Project Changes

VolunteerFest 2005

VolunteerFest 2005

Band Teacher Sentenced to 15 Years

Former Langston Hughes Middle School band teacher sentenced for videotaping boys in county recreation centers.

Band Teacher Sentenced to 15 Years

Skating Home

Two Springfield men end a cross-country trek on skateboard.

Skating Home

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Band Teacher Sentenced to 15 Years

Former teacher sentenced for videotaping boys at South Run recreation center.

Band Teacher Sentenced to 15 Years

Getting to Know Lisa-Maria Padilla

Getting to Know Lisa-Maria Padilla

Bank Robbed at Reston Town Center

Bank Robbed at Reston Town Center

Crescent and Fairway apartments near Lake Anne may soon be sold.

Concerns over Apartments' Future

Crescent and Fairway apartments near Lake Anne may soon be sold.

Real Estate

Real Estate

Week In Reston

Week In Reston

Coming Home South Lakes-Style

Students Celebrate Homecoming Week

Coming Home South Lakes-Style

Vienna This Week

Vienna This Week

Family, Friends Mourn Michael

Michael Greenway's funeral at St. Catherine of Siena draws more than 100 people.

Family, Friends Mourn Michael

Volunteering

Volunteering

Band Teacher Sentenced to 15 Years

Former teacher sentenced for videotaping boys at Oak Marr recreation center.

Band Teacher Sentenced to 15 Years

Career Day at Louise Archer

Fifth- and sixth-graders learned about careers in their areas of interest.

Career Day at Louise Archer

One Step Closer

Architectural Review Board approves concept for Spring Hill Senior Campus.

One Step Closer

From Mesopotamia to Master Champion

Arlington man wins track and field gold medal at World Masters Games.

From Mesopotamia to Master Champion

Faith

Faith

Faith

Faith

Students Study Native American Culture

Mattaponi Indians guide students through hands-on activities.

Students Study Native American Culture

Band Teacher Sentenced to 15 Years

Former Burke resident sentenced for videotaping boys in county recreation centers.

Band Teacher Sentenced to 15 Years

Major Sewer Line Project Planned

Citizens invited to learn more at the upcoming GFCA meeting.

Major Sewer Line Project Planned

A Modest Proposal

New transportation office needed before Lorton School can be sold.

A Modest Proposal

Lyndham Hill Denied

Planning Commission says no to development on Telegraph Road.

Lyndham Hill Denied

Faith

Faith

Business Notes

Business Notes

Senior Living

Senior Living

Calendar

Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Taste of McRain

Taste of McLean and MHS 50th Anniversary events go on despite inclement weather.

Taste of McRain

This Week in McLean

This Week in McLean

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

Nightlife

Nightlife

Calendar

Calendar

Family, Friends Mourn Michael

Michael Greenway's funeral at St. Catherine of Siena draws more than 100 people.

Family, Friends Mourn Michael

Faith

Faith

Trucks Hazardous on the Pike

Supervisor DuBois seeks cut-through traffic restrictions on a section of Georgetown Pike.

Trucks Hazardous on the Pike

Health

Health

Business Notes

Business Notes

School Board Speaks Up

School Board Speaks Up

Band Teacher Sentenced to 15 Years

Former teacher sentenced for videotaping boys at Spring Hill recreation center.

Band Teacher Sentenced to 15 Years

Career Day at Louise Archer

Fifth- and sixth-graders learned about careers in their areas of interest.

Career Day at Louise Archer

Volunteering

Volunteering

Eisenberg Committed to the Underdog

Unopposed delegate promotes livable wage and ending oil dependency.

Eisenberg Committed to the Underdog

Ongoing

Ongoing

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Halloween Happenings

Halloween Happenings

'Polluted Promises'

Potomac's Melissa Checker publishes book on minority neighborhoods.

'Polluted Promises'

Trucks Hazardous on Georgetown Pike

Supervisor DuBois seeks cut-through truck restrictions on dangerous section of Pike.

Trucks Hazardous on Georgetown Pike

Monday, October 24

Chuck Caputo (D-67th)

Chuck Caputo (D-67th)

Chuck J. Eby, Jr. (L-67th)

Chuck J. Eby, Jr. (L-67th)

Congress Mandates MetroWest Hearing

Public hearing about disposition of three acres on proposed development site.

Congress Mandates MetroWest Hearing

County OKs Laurel Hill Park

Neighbors, Federation disagree over one field.

County OKs Laurel Hill Park

County OKs Laurel Hill Park

Neighbors, Federation disagree over one field.

County OKs Laurel Hill Park

Chris Craddock (R-67th)

Chris Craddock (R-67th)

Congress Mandates MetroWest Hearing

Public hearing about disposition of three acres on proposed development site.

Congress Mandates MetroWest Hearing

Thursday, October 20

Fixing Jefferson-Houston

New principal is working to turn around challenged elementary school.

Fixing Jefferson-Houston

Council Notebook

Council Notebook

ECHO Thanks Businesses

ECHO Thanks Businesses for Providing Work for Participants

ECHO Thanks Businesses

Teaching Fire Prevention

Firefighters target lessons to children.

Teaching Fire Prevention

Breakfast Surprise

Garrison commander reveals scope of changes at Fort Belvoir.

Breakfast Surprise

Elementary Schools Turn 30

Due for Renovation

Elementary Schools Turn 30

On the Campaign Trail

On the Campaign Trail

Neighbors Ask For Help

Overcrowding raises safety concerns.

Neighbors Ask For Help

Byrne Campaigns at Lyceum

Candidate for lieutenant governor speaks to the Urban League.

Byrne Campaigns at Lyceum

Board of Supervisors Divides Bond Referendum

School Board Advises Residents to Vote For All Projects

Board of Supervisors Divides Bond Referendum

Candidates Debate Major Issues

Reporters and Residents Ask Tough Questions

Candidates Debate Major Issues

New Look For Sterling Boulevard

Trees Planned to Line Sterling Boulevard

New Look For Sterling Boulevard

At the Courthouse

At the Courthouse

Estate Offers Harvest Fun

Estate Offers Harvest Fun

Wednesday, October 19

Firehouse Fun

Firehouse Fun

Arlington Man Stokes Gubernatorial Debate Over Executions

Kaine denounces “misleading” death penalty ad as Republicans fear backlash.

Arlington Man Stokes Gubernatorial Debate Over Executions

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

Local Runner Makes Bigger Strides

Chris Graff is a professional runner who has found success in doing what he loves.

Local Runner Makes Bigger Strides

Candidates Face Off in Debate

Del. Gary Reese (R-67) endorses Chuck Caputo, the Democrat in the 67th District race.

Candidates Face Off in Debate

Running with the Devil?

Annual Goblin Gallop 5K Race is Oct. 30.

Running with the Devil?

For Some Blacks, Judaism is Home

Converts assume leadership roles in Arlington synagogue

For Some Blacks, Judaism is Home

A Quarter-Century of Service

Rabbi Bruce Aft and Congregation Adat Reyim are celebrating 25 years of dedication to the Jewish community.

A Quarter-Century of Service

WFCCA OKs New ODay Townhouses

WFCCA OKs New ODay Townhouses

Roundups

Roundups

Goblin Gallop 5K is Oct. 30

Proceeds to benefit children with cancer.

Goblin Gallop 5K is Oct. 30

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

Prison for Child Porn

Teen in bondage gear was videotaped at man's home.

Prison for Child Porn

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

"He believed no one notice his accomplishments..."

West Springfield Post Office dedicated to area man killed in Iraq.

"He believed no one notice his accomplishments..."

Craddock: 10 Traffic Tickets Since 2001

Craddock: 10 Traffic Tickets Since 2001

Get Ready To Be Scared

Clifton's 8-Acre Haunted Trail is Oct. 29

Get Ready To Be Scared

The Deal Is Done

Supervisors vote 8-1 in favor of sending Lorton Prison site nomination to National Registry of Historic Places.

The Deal Is Done

Three Candidates Vie for School Board Seat

he three are running to replace retiring school board member Elaine Furlow.

Three Candidates Vie for School Board Seat

Arlington Raises Taxi Fares

Board increases mileage charge to aid drivers hurt by gas prices.

Arlington Raises Taxi Fares

Board to Take Second Look at Permits

Resident protests tripling of the cost of permits for block parties.

Board to Take Second Look at Permits

Police Seek Attackers of Teen

Police Seek Attackers of Teen

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Longtime Delegate

Del. Joe May runs unopposed in the 2005 election for the 33rd District House seat.

Longtime Delegate

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Voting for All Projects Is Key

Three soon-to-be schools in the Dulles District await funding.

Voting for All Projects Is Key

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Teeing Off at Laurel Hill

Golfers enjoy sunny skies for the opening of the Laurel Hill Golf Club

Teeing Off at Laurel Hill

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

Teeing Off at Laurel Hill

Golfers enjoy sunny skies for the opening of the Laurel Hill Golf Club.

Teeing Off at Laurel Hill

Health Notes

Health Notes

New Charge of Racism

Republican Michael Meunier calls opponent's new mailing racist.

New Charge of Racism

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

A Haunting We Will Go

Sixth Annual Clifton Haunted Trail is Saturday, Oct. 29.

A Haunting We Will Go

A Haunting Return

Combining a moral lesson with spooky fun, Halloween Parables and Haunted Path provide family entertainment.

A Haunting Return

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

A Haunting Return

Combining a moral lesson with spooky fun, Halloween Parables and Haunted Path provide family entertainment.

A Haunting Return

A Quarter-Century of Service

Rabbi Bruce Aft and Congregation Adat Reyim are celebrating 25 years of dedication to the Jewish community.

A Quarter-Century of Service

The Deal Is Done

Supervisors vote 8-1 in favor of sending Lorton Prison site nomination to National Registry of Historic Places.

The Deal Is Done

A Haunting We Will Go

Sixth Annual Clifton Haunted Trail is Saturday, Oct. 29.

A Haunting We Will Go

Chamber Hosts Candidates' Night

Opponents in 42nd, 43rd, 44th and 45th Districts seek votes.

Chamber Hosts Candidates' Night

New Charge of Racism

Republican Michael Meunier calls opponent's new mailing racist.

New Charge of Racism

Wake Up, Work Out

Early morning exercise class meets at Lee District Park.

Wake Up, Work Out

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

A Quarter-Century of Service

Rabbi Bruce Aft and Congregation Adat Reyim are celebrating 25 years of dedication to the Jewish community.

A Quarter-Century of Service

"He believed no one would notice his accomplishments..."

West Springfield Post Office dedicated to area man killed in Iraq.

"He believed no one would notice his accomplishments..."

A Haunting Return

Combining a moral lesson with spooky fun, Halloween Parables and Haunted Path provide family entertainment.

A Haunting Return

Moorman Recognized for Decades in Community

Realtor and former Chamber of Commerce president is Businessperson of the Year.

Moorman Recognized for Decades in Community

Herndon Clubs and Organizations

Herndon Clubs and Organizations

Herndon Faith

Herndon Faith

Republican Pioneer, Matron Louise Gore Dies at 80

Gore was her party’s first female nominee for governor in Maryland.

Republican Pioneer, Matron Louise Gore Dies at 80

Herndon Halloween Happenings

Herndon Halloween Happenings

This Week in Potomac 10-19-05

This Week in Potomac 10-19-05

Chamber Hosts Candidates' Night

Opponents in 42nd, 43rd, 44th and 45th Districts seek votes.

Chamber Hosts Candidates' Night

Herndon School Notes

Herndon School Notes

Herndon People Notes

Herndon People Notes

Herndon Calendar

Herndon Calendar

Herndon Ongoing Events

Herndon Ongoing Events

Herndon Community Notes

Herndon Community Notes

Reston Clubs and Organizations

Reston Clubs and Organizations

Reston Halloween Happenings

Reston Halloween Happenings

Reston Calendar

Reston Calendar

Reston Faith

Reston Faith

Reston Clubs and Organizations

Reston Clubs and Organizations

Reston Ongoing Events

Reston Ongoing Events

Filial Pleasure at MetroStage

Catherine Flye returns in lovely memory play.

Filial Pleasure at MetroStage

They're Dancing the Night Away

Friday Nighters Dance Club celebrates 60th anniversary.

They're Dancing the Night Away

Closer Look at Forest Conservation Law

County Council, conservation groups float proposals to increase fines.

Closer Look at Forest Conservation Law

Washington Mill Elementary School Celebrates

Principal signs agreements with local business partners.

Washington Mill Elementary School Celebrates

Library Hosts New Series

Judge Gallahue talks about courts, juries, trials and cases.

Library Hosts New Series

Families Play at Fun Festival

Browne Academy offers Fun Run, games, rides and crafts.

Families Play at Fun Festival

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Halloween Calendar

Halloween Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

The Songs of The Sirens

Local all-female band plays at Firehouse Grill this weekend.

The Songs of The Sirens

Witness Testifies in Miller Murder Case

Court proceedings begin against defendant Dana Moro.

Witness Testifies in Miller Murder Case

The Songs of The Sirens

Local all-female band plays at Firehouse Grill this weekend.

The Songs of The Sirens

Emergency Preparedness Fair Is Slated for Oct. 29

Emergency Preparedness Fair Is Slated for Oct. 29

Halloween Calendar

Halloween Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Rosenthal Is Citizen of the Year

Bells Mill Elementary leader is beloved by parents and children, colleagues say.

Rosenthal Is Citizen of the Year

Wootton Students: Not in Their Right Minds?

Author Daniel Pink argues education is too focused on analytical skills.

Wootton Students: Not in Their Right Minds?

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Murder Suspect Released on Bond

Murder Suspect Released on Bond

Katrina’s Rescued Pets Arrive in Potomac

Katrina’s Rescued Pets Arrive in Potomac

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Filial Pleasure at MetroStage

Catherine Flye returns in lovely memory play.

Filial Pleasure at MetroStage

Halloween Calendar

Halloween Calendar

Teens Learn Leadership Skills

Six Ashburn students participate in the National Young Leaders State Conference to focus on honing their leadership skills.

Teens Learn Leadership Skills

Calendar

Calendar

Songs of the Sirens

Local all-female band plays at Firehouse Grill this weekend.

Songs of the Sirens

Songs of the Sirens

Local all-female band plays at Firehouse Grill this weekend.

Songs of the Sirens

Calendar

Calendar

Halloween Calendar

Halloween Calendar

Songs of the Sirens

Local all-female band plays at Firehouse Grill this weekend.

Songs of the Sirens

Halloween Calendar

Halloween Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Families Play at Fall Festival

Browne Academy offers Fun Run, games, rides and crafts.

Families Play at Fall Festival

Call for Teacher's Suspension

Animal Cruelty

Call for Teacher's Suspension

Preparing Future of Jones Point Park

Open House is part of National Park Service's recommendation process.

Preparing Future of Jones Point Park

'Adopt' Turtles throughout Old Town

'Adopt' Turtles throughout Old Town

Longtime Delegate

Del. Joe May runs unopposed in the 2005 election for the 33rd District House seat.

Longtime Delegate

Witness Testifies in Miller Murder Case

Court proceedings begin against defendant Dana Moro.

Witness Testifies in Miller Murder Case

Voting for All Projects Is Key

Three soon-to-be schools in the Dulles District await funding.

Voting for All Projects Is Key

Patience is Key

A new support group in Loudoun County gives parents of children with attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder a place to go once a month for a break, advice, resources and support.

Patience is Key

Third Public Input Meeting on Dulles South Center

Community members and architects hash out how the big pieces in the design for the Dulles South Multipurpose Center will fit together.

Third Public Input Meeting on Dulles South Center

Memorial Service Recalls City Tragedy

Annual wreath-laying ceremony honors fallen and deceased firefighters.

Memorial Service Recalls City Tragedy

FERC's Authority to Restart Mirant Challenged

Who has what authority enters Mirant dispute.

FERC's Authority to Restart Mirant Challenged

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Tuesday, October 18

College Notes

College Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Faith

Faith

Faith

Faith

Faith

Faith

Faith

Faith

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Faith

Faith

Health

Health

Health

Health

Health

Health

Health

Health

Health

Health

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Schools

Schools

Real Estate

Real Estate

Real Estate

Real Estate

Wildlife Way Stations

Caring for wildlife, animal rehabilitators transform their homes into sanctuaries.

Wildlife Way Stations

Real Estate

Real Estate

Real Estate

Real Estate

Schools

Schools

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

Senior Living

Senior Living

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Nightlife

Nightlife

Calendar

Calendar

Gardening

Gardening

Ongoing

Ongoing

Volunteering

Volunteering

Halloween Happenings

Halloween Happenings

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Halloween Happenings

Halloween Happenings

Ongoing

Ongoing

Volunteering

Volunteering

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Gardening

Gardening

Gardening

Gardening

Ongoing

Ongoing

People Notes

People Notes

Volunteering

Volunteering

Pumpkin Picking

Burke Nursery offers month-long Fall Festival and Pumpkin Patch.

Pumpkin Picking

Keeping an Eye Out

Burke Centre encourages neighborhood watch programs.

Keeping an Eye Out

Business Notes

Business Notes

People Notes

People Notes

Protecting the Pohick Watershed

Volunteers and staff clean up Pohick Creek.

Protecting the Pohick Watershed

Candidates Face Off in Three-Way Debate

Del. Gary Reese (R-67) endorses Chuck Caputo, the Democrat in the 67th District race.

Candidates Face Off in Three-Way Debate

Week in Arlington

Week in Arlington

All Creatures Great and Small

Church of the Good Shepherd conducts service for pets on Saturday, Oct. 15.

All Creatures Great and Small

A Whole New Woodson

Renovations to high school include science wing, new auditorium.

A Whole New Woodson

Citizens Happy With Salona Plan

Nearby residents hope for installation of traffic light.

Citizens Happy With Salona Plan

MHz Goes Nationwide

Merrifield television station links with New York satellite service provider.

MHz Goes Nationwide

Vinson Hall Visits Evacuees

Brother retirement communities meet over prayer, music and refreshments.

Vinson Hall Visits Evacuees

Business Notes

Business Notes

People Notes

People Notes

Irish Eyes Are Smiling

Celtic music, dance on display at Irish Folk Festival Oct. 16.

Irish Eyes Are Smiling

Returning Rebels

Fairfax High School celebrates homecoming game with parade Oct. 14.

Returning Rebels

Living the American Dream

Great Falls resident finds success in catering.

Living the American Dream

Military Notes

Military Notes

Planning for an Emergency

GMU chosen to write state emergency plan.

Planning for an Emergency

Community Members Perform

Del. Vince Callahan (R-34th) to perform on Oct. 21 in 'Love Letters.'

Community Members Perform

Water Pipeline Case Still Undecided

Judge leaves record open for a week for closing comments.

Water Pipeline Case Still Undecided

Michael Greenway Dies in Car Accident

Michael Greenway Dies in Car Accident

Great Falls This Week

Great Falls This Week

Herndon High School Achievers

Herndon High School Achievers

People

People

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Weighing Downtown Redevelopment

Weighing Downtown Redevelopment

Launching Literacy

Herndon Rotary Club brings books to children through Dolly Parton's Imagination Library Project.

Launching Literacy

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

Volunteering

Volunteering

Running Into History

A history of Herndon through the Washington & Old Dominion Trail.

Running Into History

Business

Business

Community

Community

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

On-going Arts Celebration

On-going Arts Celebration

Citizens Happy With Salona Plan

Nearby residents hope for installation of traffic light.

Citizens Happy With Salona Plan

Military Notes

Military Notes

Community Members Perform

Del. Vince Callahan (R-34) to perform on Oct. 21 in 'Love Letters.'

Community Members Perform

Michael Greenway Dies in Car Accident

Michael Greenway Dies in Car Accident

This Week In McLean

This Week In McLean

People Notes

People Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Living the American Dream

Great Falls resident finds success in catering.

Living the American Dream

Vinson Hall Residents Visit Evacuees

Brother retirement communities meet over prayer, music and refreshments.

Vinson Hall Residents Visit Evacuees

Briefs

Briefs

Parade Pride of Vienna

Parade features the Redskins Marching Band and a hometown theme.

Parade Pride of Vienna

Military Notes

Military Notes

Getting to Know James Allred

Getting to Know James Allred

Windover Heights Residents Confront Town Council

A few residents expressed anger with the historic district's zoning ordinance.

Windover Heights Residents Confront Town Council

This Week in Vienna

This Week in Vienna

Autumn Adventure Arrives

Autumn Adventure Arrives

Briefs

Briefs

Goat Farm Plan Approved

Developer will plant more trees, make stronger commitments.

Goat Farm Plan Approved

Traffic Calming on Hunter Mill

An upcoming study of traffic calming on the historic road was announced Friday.

Traffic Calming on Hunter Mill

Faithful Gather for Iftar

Area Muslims participate in a community Iftar at the Reston Community Center.

Faithful Gather for Iftar

New Face of RCC

ABC slate loses.

New Face of RCC

Goat Farm Plan Approved

Developer will plant more trees, make stronger commitments.

Goat Farm Plan Approved

Protecting the Pohick Watershed

Volunteers and staff clean up Pohick Creek.

Protecting the Pohick Watershed

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

STOP Pans PROS Report

Representatives of Save Tall Oaks Pool criticizes report on Reston’s recreation needs.

STOP Pans PROS Report

Re-Design for Lake Anne?

Some property owners on Reston Community Reinvestment Corporation want to have a design competition.

Re-Design for Lake Anne?

Miniwalk for Homeless

Miniwalk for Homeless

Open Mic Night at Madison

Residents speak, and shout, about their desire to maintain the current plan.

Open Mic Night at Madison

Craddock Has 10 Traffic Tickets Since 2001

The Republican candidate has been cited for excessive speeding, failure to renew his registration and failure to get his car inspected.

Craddock Has 10 Traffic Tickets Since 2001

Candidates Face Off in Three-Way Debate

Del. Gary Reese (R-67) endorses Chuck Caputo, the Democrat in the 67th District race.

Candidates Face Off in Three-Way Debate

Monday, October 17

Don’t Mess with Marston

Potomac Youth of the Year

Don’t Mess with Marston

Biking Through 184 Miles of Mud

Biking Through 184 Miles of Mud

Sunday, October 16

Alexandria, through the years

Alexandria, through the years

Glenda Gail Parker (Ind. Green-44)

Glenda Gail Parker (Ind. Green-44)

David Poisson (D-32)

David Poisson (D-32)

Del. Adam Ebbin (D-49)

Del. Adam Ebbin (D-49)

Chuck J. Eby, Jr. (L-67th)

Chuck J. Eby, Jr. (L-67th)

Del. David Albo (R-42)

Del. David Albo (R-42)

Welcome

Alexandria — Great Place to Visit, Even Better Place to Live

Welcome

Richard Lee Herron (Ind. Green-39)

Richard Lee Herron (Ind. Green-39)

Greg Werkheiser (D-42)

Greg Werkheiser (D-42)

Brian Moran (D-46)

Brian Moran (D-46)

Vincent F. Callahan, Jr (R-34)

Vincent F. Callahan, Jr (R-34)

Del. Kristin Amundson (D-44)

Del. Kristin Amundson (D-44)

Jim Hyland (R-35)

Jim Hyland (R-35)

Del. Robert Marshall (R-13)

Del. Robert Marshall (R-13)

David Englin (D-45)

David Englin (D-45)

Natural Retreats

Natural Retreats

Kauffman Welcomes Newcomers

Kauffman Welcomes Newcomers

Del. Kenneth R. Plum (D-36)

Del. Kenneth R. Plum (D-36)

Del. Vivian Watts (D-39)

Del. Vivian Watts (D-39)

Area Tourism Has Something for Everyone

For residents and visitors, history can be fun while educating.

Area Tourism Has Something for Everyone

Welcome

Welcome

Leslie L. Byrne (D)

Leslie L. Byrne (D)

Del. Steve Shannon (D-35)

Del. Steve Shannon (D-35)

Sen. Creigh Deeds (D)

Sen. Creigh Deeds (D)

Michael Meunier (R-39)

Michael Meunier (R-39)

Russ Potts (I)

Russ Potts (I)

Del. Bob McDonnell (R)

Del. Bob McDonnell (R)

Alexandria's Tomorrow Founded on Yesterday

Alexandria's Tomorrow Founded on Yesterday

Greg Scoma (R-44)

Greg Scoma (R-44)

Area Residents Live With "The Bridge"

Project becomes a daily topic for commuters through the construction zone.

Area Residents Live With "The Bridge"

Chamber Welcomes All to Mount Vernon

A greeting from Dan Rinzel, Chairman, Mount Vernon-Lee Chamber of Commerce

Chamber Welcomes All to Mount Vernon

Chris Craddock (R-67th)

Chris Craddock (R-67th)

Del. Bob Brink (D-48)

Del. Bob Brink (D-48)

Del. Dick Black (R-32)

Del. Dick Black (R-32)

Chris Gregerson (R-45)

Chris Gregerson (R-45)

Alexandria, through the years

Alexandria, through the years

Dave Marsden (D-41)

Dave Marsden (D-41)

Matthew A. Mueda (R-46)

Matthew A. Mueda (R-46)

Del. Mark Sickles (D-43)

Del. Mark Sickles (D-43)

Area Tourism Has Something for Everyone

For residents and visitors, history can be fun while educating.

Area Tourism Has Something for Everyone

Daniel Haugh (Ind. Green-37)

Daniel Haugh (Ind. Green-37)

Del. Tom Rust (R-86th)

Del. Tom Rust (R-86th)

The Streets of Old Town

Street names give a glimpse into the early days of Alexandria.

The Streets of Old Town

Donny Ferguson (L-36)

Donny Ferguson (L-36)

A Variety of Ethnic Foods Found on the Corridor

Try sushi, pupusas, taquitos, lo mein, noodle soup and more.

A Variety of Ethnic Foods Found on the Corridor

Del. Tim Hugo (R-40)

Del. Tim Hugo (R-40)

B. Scott McPherson (L-37)

B. Scott McPherson (L-37)

Chuck Caputo (D-67th)

Chuck Caputo (D-67th)

Ron Grignol (R-43)

Ron Grignol (R-43)

Keeping the Past Alive

A Brief History of the Mount Vernon District

Keeping the Past Alive

Cold Type

Samuel Snowden and the early days of publishing in Alexandria.

Cold Type

Lt. Gov. Tim Kaine (D)

Lt. Gov. Tim Kaine (D)

Supervisors Welcome Newcomers, Residents

Gerald Hyland, Mount Vernon

Supervisors Welcome Newcomers, Residents

Jerry Kilgore (R)

Jerry Kilgore (R)

Del. Jim Scott (D-53)

Del. Jim Scott (D-53)

Area Residents Live With "The Bridge"

Project becomes a daily topic for commuters through the construction zone.

Area Residents Live With "The Bridge"

Michael Golden (R-41)

Michael Golden (R-41)

John Mason (R-37)

John Mason (R-37)

David Bulova (D-37)

David Bulova (D-37)

Bruce Roemmelt (D-13)

Bruce Roemmelt (D-13)

Sen. Bill Bolling (R)

Sen. Bill Bolling (R)

Del. Al Eisenberg (D-47)

Del. Al Eisenberg (D-47)

Mount Vernon District — A Work in Progress

Mount Vernon District — A Work in Progress

Welcome

Welcome

Welcome

Welcome

Thursday, October 13

Hunting Creek History

Hunting Creek History

Local Firefighters Assist Gulf Residents

County's first responders face down Katrina's and Rita's rage.

Local Firefighters Assist Gulf Residents

Calendar

Calendar

Hunting for Right of Second Refusal

Federal, state and local officials clash in exchange of letters.

Hunting for Right of Second Refusal

Candidates for Sheriff Face Off

Bill Cleveland and Dana Lawhorne appear at back-to-back debates.

Candidates for Sheriff Face Off

Teen To Be Tried as Adult

Rosemont teen charged in stabbing of police officers.

Teen To Be Tried as Adult

Redevelopment Plan Near Huntington Metro

Plan would bring 85 townhouses to Huntington Avenue.

Redevelopment Plan Near Huntington Metro

Redevelopment Plan Near Huntington Metro

Plan would bring 85 townhouses to Huntington Avenue.

Redevelopment Plan Near Huntington Metro

Council Notebook

Council Notebook

'I Just Want To Die Here'

Hunting Creek residents are caught in a development crossfire.

'I Just Want To Die Here'

Wednesday, October 12

Health Notes

Health Notes

Paving the Way

A two-lane expansion on the northbound lanes of Route 123 between Palmer Drive and Lorton Road slated to be finished next May.

Paving the Way

Creativity at Work

Robinson teacher featured in Virginia artists collection.

Creativity at Work

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Community Divided

More than 160 residents turned out to express their concerns and views about the Comprehensive Plan Amendment to the Upper Broad Run and Upper Foley subareas.

Community Divided

Hoping To Return

Vivian Watts is defending her seat as delegate for Virginia's 39th District.

Hoping To Return

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Helping Herndon's Hungry

Muslim community reaches out during holy month of Ramadan.

Helping Herndon's Hungry

Japanese Program Moving

Floris' Japanese Immersion Program will not accept students next year.

Japanese Program Moving

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

A Chance To Give Back

Michael Meunier wants to serve community that helped him realize a dream.

A Chance To Give Back

On the Brink of Re-election

Unopposed delegate promotes health and transportation initiatives

On the Brink of Re-election

Fund-Raiser is No Blarney

Magnetic treatment enables child to walk.

Fund-Raiser is No Blarney

On the Brink of Re-election

Unopposed delegate promotes health and transportation initiatives

On the Brink of Re-election

After 32 Years, Who's Next?

The race to fill Del. Jim Dillard's (R-41) seat in the House of Delegates heats up.

After 32 Years, Who's Next?

Kicking Off Arts Week

Kicking Off Arts Week

Working Together

Education, transportation key points in Mark Sickles' re-election bid.

Working Together

Health Notes

Health Notes

Springfield Community Theatre Tames the Lion

The non-profit group stages its new play.

Springfield Community Theatre Tames the Lion

Springfield Community Theatre Tames the Lion

The non-profit group stages its new play.

Springfield Community Theatre Tames the Lion

Faith

Faith

Ongoing

Ongoing

Running Alone

Residents and politicians are perplexed as to why Republicans are fielding few candidates for local races

Running Alone

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Springfield Community Theatre Tames the Lion

The non-profit group stages its new play.

Springfield Community Theatre Tames the Lion

HHS's Ongoing Relief for Katrina Victims

HHS's Ongoing Relief for Katrina Victims

Fight On and Off the Field

Football game dedicated to Nick Franca who is battling cancer.

Fight On and Off the Field

Lorton To Gain Second Medical Center

Doctors seize initiative from Inova Health System.

Lorton To Gain Second Medical Center

The Amazing Race

37th District race is a four-way battle with a couple of famous players.

The Amazing Race

Concert Begins Series

Washington Metropolitan Philharmonic launches season.

Concert Begins Series

Showdown in South County

The race for the 42nd District House of Delegates seat is garnering statewide attention.

Showdown in South County

Lindbergh Baby Trial Revisited

Playhouse Presents 'Hauptmann'

Lindbergh Baby Trial Revisited

Business Lunch

With only four weeks until Election Day, candidates from the Springfield area present plans to help small business owners.

Business Lunch

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

School Boundary Meeting

Officials to decide margins of New West Fairfax Elementary.

School Boundary Meeting

Bus-ted

Parents, staff meet at Lanier to discuss bus incident.

Bus-ted

Albo, Werkheiser Clash in Debate

More than 200 West Springfield residents attend Oct. 5 debate.

Albo, Werkheiser Clash in Debate

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Walkin’ in the Street

International Walk to School Day

Walkin’ in the Street

Julie Nagel, 19, Dies in Car Accident

Julie Nagel, 19, Dies in Car Accident

Task Force Focuses on IMVH's Future

Health Planning Task Force keeps pressure on Inova.

Task Force Focuses on IMVH's Future

Volunteering

Volunteering

This Week in McLean

This Week in McLean

College Notes

College Notes

Poisson Knocks On Doors

Poisson Focuses On Education and Transportation

Poisson Knocks On Doors

Ongoing

Ongoing

Area to Gain Medical Center

Doctors seize initiative from Inova Health System.

Area to Gain Medical Center

Out of the Darkness

Clifton family participates in Out of Darkness Walk.

Out of the Darkness

Gardening Notes

Gardening Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

This Week in McLean

This Week in McLean

Health Notes

Health Notes

Westfields Cloverleaf Interchange is Open

$26.7 million project is part of a public/private partnership agreement.

Westfields Cloverleaf Interchange is Open

Volunteering

Volunteering

Business Lunch

With only four weeks until Election Day, candidates from the Springfield area present plans to help small business owners.

Business Lunch

Challenging the TaxMan

Hoping to continue lobbying success, Ron Grignol runs for House of Delegates.

Challenging the TaxMan

Gardening Notes

Gardening Notes

Chantilly Man Charged by Child-Porn Task Force

Chantilly Man Charged by Child-Porn Task Force

Ongoing

Ongoing

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Creativity at Work

Robinson teacher featured in Virginia artists collection.

Creativity at Work

'Covered in Comfort

Grassroots relief effort for Katrina victims proves a big success.

'Covered in Comfort

Creativity at Work

Robinson teacher featured in Virginia artists collection.

Creativity at Work

Enduring Hope

Bellizzi, Tour of Hope Riders Reach Rainy Finish

Enduring Hope

Parkway Named 'America Byway'

Parkway Named 'America Byway'

Roundups

Roundups

Springfield Community Theatre Tames the Lion

The non-profit group stages its new play.

Springfield Community Theatre Tames the Lion

Korean Church, Townhouses at WFCCA Meeting

Korean Church, Townhouses at WFCCA Meeting

Voters to Decide on $1M in School Bond for Clifton

Voters to Decide on $1M in School Bond for Clifton

Springfield Community Theatre Tames the Lion

The non-profit group stages its new play.

Springfield Community Theatre Tames the Lion

Bus Tour Shows Developers Around

Thirteen properties ripe for development are viewed.

Bus Tour Shows Developers Around

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

Ongoing

Ongoing

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Lorton To Gain Second Medical Center

Doctors seize initiative from Inova Health System.

Lorton To Gain Second Medical Center

Business Notes

Business Notes

Real Estate

Real Estate

Albo, Werkheiser Clash in Debate

More than 200 West Springfield residents attend Oct. 5 debate.

Albo, Werkheiser Clash in Debate

Credit Union Treats Soldiers, Students

Combined lunch at Chart House special event for both groups.

Credit Union Treats Soldiers, Students

Craddock Staffer Pleads Guilty to Drug Charge

While running Craddock's primary campaign, manager pleads to felony drug offense.

Craddock Staffer Pleads Guilty to Drug Charge

Money Matters

Money Matters

Business

Business

Nightlife

Nightlife

Lindbergh Baby Trial Revisited

Playhouse presents 'Hauptmann'

Lindbergh Baby Trial Revisited

In Remembrance of Julie Katherine Nagel

In Remembrance of Julie Katherine Nagel

Bikers for Babies

Motorcyclists Gathered at Tysons Corner Oct. 2 for the March of Dimes Ride and Poker Run.

Bikers for Babies

Travilah Oak Celebration

Travilah Oak Celebration

Can't Get No Satisfaction - Maybe

Area resident honored for 'Service to America' in making IRS more popular.

Can't Get No Satisfaction - Maybe

Concert Begins Season

Washington Metropolitan Philharmonic launches season.

Concert Begins Season

Vienna This Week

Vienna This Week

Rapist Stalks Dunn Loring Metro Area

Since Sept. 21, three women have reported being accosted.

Rapist Stalks Dunn Loring Metro Area

Challenging the TaxMan

Hoping to continue lobbying success, Ron Grignol runs for House of Delegates.

Challenging the TaxMan

Chantilly Holds Fall Cabaret

Touch of Class Show Choir to perform Oct. 19-20

Chantilly Holds Fall Cabaret

Working Together

Education, transportation key points in Mark Sickles' re-election bid.

Working Together

Dominion Plants Trees

Dominion Plants Trees

A Chance To Give Back

Michael Meunier wants to serve community that helped him realize a dream.

A Chance To Give Back

Three Compete in 44th District

Del. Kris Amundson

Three Compete in 44th District

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Danger: Don't Cross There

Mount Vernon District uses education, enforcement and engineering to help reduce accidents.

Danger: Don't Cross There

Stepping Down After 32

Former delegate joins William & Mary board.

Stepping Down After 32

Out of the Darkness

Clifton family participates in Out of Darkness Walk.

Out of the Darkness

The Amazing Race

37th District race is a four-way battle with a couple of famous players.

The Amazing Race

Zen and the Art of Door Knocking

Candidates in the 35th burn shoe leather for votes.

Zen and the Art of Door Knocking

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Schools

Schools

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

Hoping To Return

Vivian Watts is defending her seat as delegate for Virginia's 39th District.

Hoping To Return

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Planning Defers on Affordable Housing

More information requested.

Planning Defers on Affordable Housing

Lorton To Gain Second Medical Center

Doctors seize initiative from Inova Health System.

Lorton To Gain Second Medical Center

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Council Holds Brief Meeting

Council Holds Brief Meeting

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

Rapist Stalks Dunn Loring Metro Area

Since Sept. 21, three women have reported being accosted.

Rapist Stalks Dunn Loring Metro Area

Real Estate

Real Estate

Going Green

Richard Lee Herron is the Independent Green Party's candidate for delegate in the 39th District.

Going Green

Business Notes

Business Notes

High Holiday Party

An Oct. 9 fair at the Jewish Community Center of Northern Virginia honors Jewish high holidays.

High Holiday Party

Real Estate

Real Estate

Business Lunch

With only four weeks until Election Day, candidates from the Springfield area present plans to help small business owners.

Business Lunch

Health Notes

Health Notes

Arlington This Week

Arlington This Week

Health Notes

Health Notes

A History Worth Preserving?

Historic distinction may help to secure grants.

A History Worth Preserving?

Goat Farm Going to Board

New plan approved by Planning Commission.

Goat Farm Going to Board

Watch Your Mouth

Free speech at GMU examined after student arrest.

Watch Your Mouth

Taylor Behl's Body Found

Cause of death is yet to be determined.

Taylor Behl's Body Found

'Green' Building Approved

Signature building to be visible from George Washington Parkway.

'Green' Building Approved

Money Matters

Money Matters

Man Charged with Abduction, Assault

Man Charged with Abduction, Assault

Local Authors Invisible No More

Three women write about their experiences becoming visible again after the age of 50.

Local Authors Invisible No More

Up Against the Wall

Crestmont neighborhood still pushing for sound wall along GM Blvd.

Up Against the Wall

Highways and Ponds

Council considers Old Lee Highway and storm water plans.

Highways and Ponds

The Amazing Race

37th District race is a four-way battle with a couple of famous players.

The Amazing Race

Business Notes

Business Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

High Holiday Party

An Oct. 9 fair at the Jewish Community Center of Northern Virginia honors Jewish high holidays.

High Holiday Party

Can't Get No Satisfaction — Maybe

Area resident honored for 'Service to America' in making IRS more popular.

Can't Get No Satisfaction — Maybe

Libertarian in the Race

Chuck Eby to compete against Caputo, Craddock in 67th District.

Libertarian in the Race

New Study for Park

Woodrow Wilson Bridge Neighborhood Task Force gets embroiled in Affordable Housing.

New Study for Park

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

In the Streets

City of Fairfax Fall Festival, postponed to Oct. 9 due to rain, still attracts a crowd.

In the Streets

Lorton To Gain Second Medical Center

Doctors seize initiative from Inova Health System.

Lorton To Gain Second Medical Center

Rapist Stalks Dunn Loring Metro Area

Since Sept. 21, three women have reported being accosted.

Rapist Stalks Dunn Loring Metro Area

A History Worth Preserving?

Historic distinction may help to secure grants.

A History Worth Preserving?

Feds, City Ling Up Against Mirant

City lawsuit takes new track to end Mirant operations.

Feds, City Ling Up Against Mirant

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

ARHA Launches Ten on Construction Careers

Football legend joins city leaders to change lives.

ARHA Launches Ten on Construction Careers

School Board Candidates Square Off

Three contenders propose initiatives to induce community participation during cordial debate

School Board Candidates Square Off

Business Lunch

With only four weeks until Election Day, candidates from the Springfield area present plans to help small business owners.

Business Lunch

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Candidate Seeks To 'Scooter' to Victory

Riding on bright red scooter, Michael Meunier is traveling door-to-door in the 39th District.

Candidate Seeks To 'Scooter' to Victory

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

The Ebbin Flow of Richmond Politics

Staunch Democrat aims to build bridges across party lines.

The Ebbin Flow of Richmond Politics

Faith

Faith

Sharing Their Faith at ADAMS Center

ADAMS Center mosque members and members of churches from other faiths share their beliefs and learn about Ramadan.

Sharing Their Faith at ADAMS Center

Black Gets In Touch

Black Focuses on Education, Transportation and Values

Black Gets In Touch

Going Green

Richard Lee Herron is the Independent Green Party's candidate for delegate in the 39th District.

Going Green

Paving the Way

A two-lane expansion on the northbound lanes of Route 123 between Palmer Drive and Lorton Road slated to be finished next May.

Paving the Way

Parkway Named 'America Byway'

Parkway Named 'America Byway'

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Watch Your Mouth

Free speech at GMU examined after student arrest.

Watch Your Mouth

Faith

Faith

Brothers Assist Hurricane Relief

Two Ashburn firefighters deploy to Hancock and Harrison counties, Miss.

Brothers Assist Hurricane Relief

'Covered in Comfort'

Grassroots relief effort for Katrina victims proves a big success.

'Covered in Comfort'

Sharing Their Faith

ADAMS Center mosque members and members of churches from other faiths come together to share their beliefs and learn about Ramadan.

Sharing Their Faith

Putting the Band Back Together

Local band reunites for impromptu show at coffeehouse.

Putting the Band Back Together

Thinking Constitutionally

Crestwood students use the Constitution to write classroom rules.

Thinking Constitutionally

Business Lunch

With only four weeks until Election Day, candidates from the Springfield area present plans to help small business owners.

Business Lunch

Faith

Faith

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

City Promotes Urban Forest

City Promotes Urban Forest

Tuesday, October 11

Candidate Sees Metaphor in Bobsled Background

Former coach of Jamaican bobsled team is running for governor on anti-tax platform.

Candidate Sees Metaphor in Bobsled Background

Great Falls Studio Tour Set

Potters, jewelers and sculptors open their doors to the public.

Great Falls Studio Tour Set

Kilgore Blows Past Challenger in Primary

Jerry Kilgore easily defeated George Fitch in the June 14 Republican Primary

Kilgore Blows Past Challenger in Primary

Taste of Great Falls Misses Rainstorm

All 15 community restaurants participate in this year's festival.

Taste of Great Falls Misses Rainstorm

Transportation, Taxes Focus of Debate

Republican Jerry Kilgore and Democrat Tim Kaine debated Tuesday before the Fairfax County business community.

Transportation, Taxes Focus of Debate

Getting Back in the Groove

This year's Clarendon Day will feature a displaced New Orleans band trying to rebuild.

Getting Back in the Groove

Southern Accents Features McLean Home

Show home to open Oct. 20.

Southern Accents Features McLean Home

Community

Community

Identity Theft

Students Taught to Protect Identity

Identity Theft

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

Shoulder to Lean On

The Parent Resource Center Provides Support

Shoulder to Lean On

Suspects Sought

Suspects Sought

Former Priest Pleads No Contest

Leesburg Pastor Will Go Before Loudoun Grand Jury

Former Priest Pleads No Contest

Birth

Bowman-Linehan

Birth

Palisades Parkway Turns Into Parking Lot

Hazardous Driving

Palisades Parkway Turns Into Parking Lot

Interchange Construction to Begin

Interchange Construction to Begin

People

People

Missing Teen

Missing Teen

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Calendar

Calendar

Halloween Happenings

Halloween Happenings

Man, 23, Charged in Murder of Mother

Police say mother and son argued over his relationship with his girlfriend.

Man, 23, Charged in Murder of Mother

Calendar

Calendar

Halloween Happenings

Halloween Happenings

Potshots in Political Mailings

Mailboxes in Fairfax County are being clogged with political mailings from candidates running for the Nov. 8 election.

Potshots in Political Mailings

Home for Sts. Peter and Paul Antiochian Orthodox Christian Church

After 25-year struggle, 350 families now have a place to call home.

Home for Sts. Peter and Paul Antiochian Orthodox Christian Church

Victoria Censored?

Some shoppers offended by racy displays.

Victoria Censored?

This Week in Potomac 10-13-05

This Week in Potomac 10-13-05

Great Falls Studio Tour Set

Potters, jewelers and sculptors open their doors to the public.

Great Falls Studio Tour Set

$246 Million for School Construction?

Nov. 8 bond referendum would pay for construction projects at 24 Fairfax County schools.

$246 Million for School Construction?

McLean High School Celebrates its 50th

Weekend of activities is planned including the 50th anniversary gala on Oct. 22.

McLean High School Celebrates its 50th

Southern Accents Features McLean Home

Show home to open Oct. 20.

Southern Accents Features McLean Home

Taste of Great Falls Misses Rainstorm

All 15 community restaurants participate in this year's festival.

Taste of Great Falls Misses Rainstorm

Supreme Court Hears Potomac Family's Case

Some parents dismayed at special education policies in Montgomery County.

Supreme Court Hears Potomac Family's Case

Potomac Day Just Ahead

Annual celebration is Oct. 29.

Potomac Day Just Ahead

MCA Covers Stormwater Issues

MCA approves bond resolution.

MCA Covers Stormwater Issues

Plum Seeks Re-election

Del. Ken Plum wants to continue representing Reston in the House of Delegates.

Plum Seeks Re-election

RA Biennial Budget Released

Annual assessment would increase $12 for 2006, but not rise in 2007.

RA Biennial Budget Released

600,000 Voters with No Say?

One-third of House of Delegates races in Northern Virginia are uncontested.

600,000 Voters with No Say?

Pushing resTOWN forward

Reston Citizens Association holds third community outreach meeting to explain benefits of township.

Pushing resTOWN forward

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

Bells Silenced

St. John Neumann Catholic Church has had to stop using its church bells because they exceed county noise levels.

Bells Silenced

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Round Two

Cluster representatives still see problems with the governing documents.

Round Two

Bond To Fund Lake Anne Renovation Planning

Bond To Fund Lake Anne Renovation Planning

Fairfax Democrats Aim for Lt. Gov. Nomination

Former State Sen. Leslie Byrne and Del. Chap Petersen are campaigning for the June 14 primary.

Fairfax Democrats Aim for Lt. Gov. Nomination

One Door at a Time

Donny Ferguson is fighting an uphill battle in a race for the 36th.

One Door at a Time

Reston Man Charged with Malicious Wounding

Reston Man Charged with Malicious Wounding

Schools

Schools

Bolling Wins Lt. Gov. Nomination for GOP

Bolling Wins Lt. Gov. Nomination for GOP

Kilgore Launches Campaign with Dueling Tax Cut Plan

Republican Jerry Kilgore wants to cap residential real estate assessment increases at 5 percent per year.

Kilgore Launches Campaign with Dueling Tax Cut Plan

Mason Takes GOP Primary in 37th

Mason Takes GOP Primary in 37th

Bulova Gets Dem Nod in 37th

Bulova Gets Dem Nod in 37th

Kaine Kicks-Off Campaign with Tax Relief Pledge

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Tim Kaine held rallies last week in Fairfax County and Alexandria.

Kaine Kicks-Off Campaign with Tax Relief Pledge

Big Money in House of Delegates Races

Spending $300,000 for a $17,640 job ...

Big Money in House of Delegates Races

Maverick? Spoiler? Who Is Russ Potts?

As an ‘independent Republican,’ state senator plans to stir things up in bid to become governor.

Maverick? Spoiler? Who Is Russ Potts?

Byrne Wins Democratic Nod for Lt. Governor

Byrne defeated three other Democrats, including Del. Chap Petersen of Fairfax.

Byrne Wins Democratic Nod for Lt. Governor

Preparing for Disaster

How to make homes safe in the case of emergency.

Preparing for Disaster

McLean High School Celebrates 50th

Weekend of activities is planned including the 50th anniversary gala on Oct. 22.

McLean High School Celebrates 50th

Democrats Push for Nonpartisan Redistricting

Thanks to the 2001 redistricting, only five House of Delegates races in Northern Virginia are considered competitive.

Democrats Push for Nonpartisan Redistricting

Democrats Push for Nonpartisan Redistricting

Thanks to the 2001 redistricting, only five House of Delegates races in Northern Virginia are considered competitive.

Democrats Push for Nonpartisan Redistricting

Health

Health

McDonnell Wins GOP Nod for Attorney General

by Brian McNeill

McDonnell Wins GOP Nod for Attorney General

Hyland to Face Shannon

Hyland to Face Shannon

Potts, Kaine Debate on Education

Republican Jerry Kilgore declined to participate in second debate.

Potts, Kaine Debate on Education

Arlington Man Gets New Execution Date

Supreme Court declines to hear Robin Lovitt’s appeal.

Arlington Man Gets New Execution Date

Running Alone

Residents and politicians are perplexed as to why Republicans are fielding few candidates for local races

Running Alone

The Ebbin Flow of Richmond Politics

Staunch Democrat aims to build bridges across party lines.

The Ebbin Flow of Richmond Politics

Lot Coverage Proposal Rejected

Civic Federation members ask County Board to leave law alone

Lot Coverage Proposal Rejected

Monday, October 10

Zen and the Art of Door Knocking

Candidates in the 35th burn shoe leather for votes.

Zen and the Art of Door Knocking

Robinson Running for 35th Delegate Seat

Political newcomer seeks Republican nomination.

Robinson Running for 35th Delegate Seat

Add, But Don't Get Bigger

Candidates propose adding a lane to I-66 without widening the road.

Add, But Don't Get Bigger

Bulova Runs for House

David Bulova vies for Democratic nod to fill Del. Chap Petersen’s seat.

Bulova Runs for House

Mr. Different Perspective

Arthur Purves runs for delegate in the 35th District.

Mr. Different Perspective

Oleszek Seeks House Seat

School Board member will try for House of Delegates.

Oleszek Seeks House Seat

Three Men and a Bridge

Each of the major candidates for governor express support for controversial Techway bridge.

Three Men and a Bridge

Mason Back in the Game

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

Mason Back in the Game

Zen and the Art of Door Knocking

Candidates in the 35th burn shoe leather for votes.

Zen and the Art of Door Knocking

Goat Farm Going to Board

New plan approved by Planning Commission.

Goat Farm Going to Board

Kaplan Runs for House

Political newcomer seeks seat from 37th District.

Kaplan Runs for House

Hyland Announces Delegate Run

Oakton resident seeking Republican nomination.

Hyland Announces Delegate Run

Thursday, October 6

Alexandria Real Estate Notes

Alexandria Real Estate Notes

Alexandria Ongoing Events

Alexandria Ongoing Events

Craddock Staffer Pleads Guilty to Drug Charge

While running Craddock's primary campaign, manager pleads to felony offense.

Craddock Staffer Pleads Guilty to Drug Charge

Alexandria Business Notes

Alexandria Business Notes

Alexandria Calendar

Alexandria Calendar

Fall for Fun at Cox Farms

Fall for Fun at Cox Farms

Clifton Day Is Sunday, Oct. 9

200 craft vendors to show wares at 38th annual event.

Clifton Day Is Sunday, Oct. 9

Katrina Evacuee Family Seeking Home

Katrina Evacuee Family Seeking Home

Alexandria School Notes

Alexandria School Notes

Schaffer v. Weast

Potomac's family's case to be heard by U.S. Supreme Court.

Schaffer v. Weast

Homes Evacuated After Gas Line Is Ruptured

Homes Evacuated After Gas Line Is Ruptured

Schaffer v. Weast: Supreme Court Shuffle

Schaffer v. Weast: Supreme Court Shuffle

School Notes

School Notes

Police Charge Cole with Drug Offenses

Police Charge Cole with Drug Offenses

'Covered in Comfort'

Grassroots relief effort for Katrina victims proves a big success.

'Covered in Comfort'

Blessing of the Pets

Ceremony at St. John's Episcopal Church in honor of St. Francis of Assisi.

Blessing of the Pets

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Schaffer v. Weast: Who Will Argue the Case

Schaffer v. Weast: Who Will Argue the Case

Alexandria Ongoing Events

Alexandria Ongoing Events

Chantilly Man Sentenced to 14 Months Prison

Chantilly Man Sentenced to 14 Months Prison

Mount Vernon Calendar

Mount Vernon Calendar

St. Timothy Dedicates Library, Junior High Wing

St. Timothy Dedicates Library, Junior High Wing

Schaffer v. Weast: Public or Private?

Disagreements began from the beginning.

Schaffer v. Weast: Public or Private?

Alexandria Real Estate Notes

Alexandria Real Estate Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Schaffer v. Weast: Timeline

Look at the numbers.

Schaffer v. Weast: Timeline

Mount Vernon School Notes

Mount Vernon School Notes

Mount Vernon Calendar

Mount Vernon Calendar

Alexandria Calendar

Alexandria Calendar

Alexandria School Notes

Alexandria School Notes

Mount Vernon Ongoing Events

Mount Vernon Ongoing Events

Alexandria Business Notes

Alexandria Business Notes

Wednesday, October 5

'Beyond the Photograph

'Beyond the Photograph

Party in the Park

Civitan International hosts 34th annual picnic at Burke Lake Park.

Party in the Park

Bolling, Byrne Address Chamber

Candidates for Lt. Governor split on issues.

Bolling, Byrne Address Chamber

Minority Achievement Gap Widens

School board candidates propose new initiatives to improve minority scores

Minority Achievement Gap Widens

Friday Night Fun

Friday Night Fun

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

Health Notes

Health Notes

Schaffer v. Weast Timeline

Schaffer v. Weast Timeline

Calling for Help

UCM cares for 87 families and Americans Helping Americans collects supplies.

Calling for Help

Surviving Katrina

The plight of pets left behind.

Surviving Katrina

Plans for Salona Announced

Fields and passive recreation planned for 41-acre site.

Plans for Salona Announced

Health Notes

Health Notes

Crane Accident Slashes Townhouses

Residents concerned about remaining crane and structural damage.

Crane Accident Slashes Townhouses

Choosing Between Two Downtowns

A second proposal to redevelop the downtown is submitted on last day of bidding.

Choosing Between Two Downtowns

'Beyond the Photograph'

Springfield photographer pushes photographic boundaries.

'Beyond the Photograph'

Calendar

Calendar

Herndon Faith Notes

Herndon Faith Notes

Hip Hop with Heart

Jaxx Nightclub features Hurricane Katrina benefit concert on Friday.

Hip Hop with Heart

Herndon Business Notes

Herndon Business Notes

Walkers Help the Homeless

Community organizations and schools work together in mini-walks.

Walkers Help the Homeless

Parents Respond to Back-to-School Nights

Hybla Valley and Stratford Landing welcome visitors.

Parents Respond to Back-to-School Nights

Herndon School Notes

Herndon School Notes

Thinking on Their Feet

Local comedian helps Yorktown High students enhance their improvisational skills.

Thinking on Their Feet

Robberies Up in Mount Vernon

Police continue to apprehend suspects.

Robberies Up in Mount Vernon

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

Parkway Hits a Road Block

A segment of former area may force a change in Fairfax County Parkway extension plans.

Parkway Hits a Road Block

Out of Darkness Walk

Hundreds participate.

Out of Darkness Walk

Herndon Calendar

Herndon Calendar

Herndon Ongoing Events

Herndon Ongoing Events

Reston Faith Notes

Reston Faith Notes

Kangaroo Hop to Fitness

Keene Mill Elementary offers boot camp-themed night of fitness.

Kangaroo Hop to Fitness

Reston Ongoing Events

Reston Ongoing Events

Filling a Special Needs Gap

Katherine Thomas School adds ninth and 10th grade.

Filling a Special Needs Gap

College Notes

College Notes

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

Reston Calendar

Reston Calendar

Residents Demand Housing Authority

Use public forum to pressure officials to create centralized housing department

Residents Demand Housing Authority

Refugee Arrives in Vienna

Refugee Arrives in Vienna

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Calendar

Calendar

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

Nightlife

Nightlife

Senior Living

Senior Living

Strong Words But No Decision on Historic Ash

Planning board grants deferral on request that would affect 200-year-old tree.

Strong Words But No Decision on Historic Ash

Real Estate

Real Estate

Schools

Schools

Supreme Court Learning

Potomac family’s case to be heard by Supreme Court justices Oct 5.

Supreme Court Learning

Into the Storm

Burke resident helps Katrina victims via EMS squad.

Into the Storm

To Catch a Shark

Lorton family donates 13-foot tiger shark to Halley Elementary School.

To Catch a Shark

Ongoing

Ongoing

River Center Gets $56,000 Boost

Federal grant will pay for “Backyard to the Bay” exhibit.

River Center Gets $56,000 Boost

Beyond TV Screens and Telephone Hotlines

Two Alexandrians confront Katrina's living aftermath.

Beyond TV Screens and Telephone Hotlines

Senior Ongoing Calendar

Senior Ongoing Calendar

'Beyond the Photograph'

Springfield photographer pushes photographic boundaries.

'Beyond the Photograph'

Performances to Aid Center

Tom Teasley brings his rhythmic beat to Mount Vernon Unitarian Church.

Performances to Aid Center

Dillard Returns to Williamsburg

Former delegate joins William & Mary board.

Dillard Returns to Williamsburg

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

This Week in Potomac 10-5-05

This Week in Potomac 10-5-05

Fore!

New Laurel Hill Golf Club set to open Oct. 16.

Fore!

Pat Troy To Host Charity Event

Pat Troy To Host Charity Event

'Beyond the Photograph'

Springfield photographer pushes photographic boundaries.

'Beyond the Photograph'

Calendar

Calendar

Trailblazer in Blue

City honors Alexandria's first African-American police officer.

Trailblazer in Blue

Russell Named Partner of Year

Tourism held up as critical economic engine.

Russell Named Partner of Year

Perry: 9 Percent More for Schools

Superintendent releases her preliminary forecast.

Perry: 9 Percent More for Schools

Truck Load of Relief

Herndon United Methodist Church raises money to buy box truck for hurricane relief.

Truck Load of Relief

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Looking to Expand

Business owner hopes to use contest money to expand his business to include a learning center.

Looking to Expand

Sports Facility Adjusts

Eliminating track brings cost to $11.7 million.

Sports Facility Adjusts

Boys & Girls Club Opens

Boys & Girls Club Opens

Pat Troy To Host Charity Event

Pat Troy To Host Charity Event

Beyond TV Screens and Telephone Hotlines

Two Alexandrians confront Katrina's living aftermath.

Beyond TV Screens and Telephone Hotlines

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Health Notes

Health Notes

Maude Turns Two

Maude Turns Two

Anti-Mirant Efforts Coalesce

EPA urged to take a more positive role in Mirant controversy.

Anti-Mirant Efforts Coalesce

Home-Schooler Joins Research Expedition

Herndon student one of selected few to participate in national program.

Home-Schooler Joins Research Expedition

Dave Marsden, At a Glance

Dave Marsden, At a Glance

Long Road To Creation

A brief history on the creation and development of the Dulles Greenway — a new way of building roads.

Long Road To Creation

Health Notes

Health Notes

50 Miles for MS

MS Society leads walkers from Fair Lakes to D.C.

50 Miles for MS

Health Briefs

Health Briefs

The Detective

Dana Lawhorne wants more community involvement.

The Detective

Herndon Arts Week Offers Music, Films, Dance

Council For the Arts of Herndon expands programs for Arts Week.

Herndon Arts Week Offers Music, Films, Dance

Home-Schooler Joins Research Expedition

Herndon student one of selected few to participate in national program.

Home-Schooler Joins Research Expedition

Under Investigation

Under Investigation

Festival Transforms Town Green

Festival Transforms Town Green

Performances to Aid Center

Tom Teasley brings his rhythmic beat to Mount Vernon Unitarian Church.

Performances to Aid Center

Town Plans Fall Clean-Up

Town Plans Fall Clean-Up

Adventurous Teacher Honored

Teacher, Melissa Fye, returns home with a "whale" of an adventure to share with her students.

Adventurous Teacher Honored

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Nightlife

Nightlife

Business Notes

Business Notes

Town Line Includes Loudoun?

Town Council votes to appeal Loudoun County zoning determination; boundary lines reviewed.

Town Line Includes Loudoun?

Packing Up

Scouts, Student Council help prepare Katrina victims for school.

Packing Up

For Brink Election is Over

Unopposed delegate promotes health and transportation initiatives

For Brink Election is Over

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

People

People

Fairfax Gets Some Lovin'

Festival will take over downtown on Saturday, Oct. 8.

Fairfax Gets Some Lovin'

The Officer

Bill Cleveland wants to help fight gangs.

The Officer

Prime Time

For Seniors and Their Families

Prime Time

Stepping Down After 32

Former delegate joins William & Mary board.

Stepping Down After 32

More Metro, More Buses, Safer Sidewalks

Residents share transportation gripes and proposals at a public forum on transportation

More Metro, More Buses, Safer Sidewalks

Local Heroes Return From New Orleans

Six members from Arlington return from assisting employees and military personnel in re-building New Orleans

Local Heroes Return From New Orleans

Welcome Back

Away from Hunters Woods less than a year, Olivia Toatley returns as principal.

Welcome Back

Light the Night Walk

Hundreds of people walk to benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.

Light the Night Walk

Remembering a 'Fair' Leader

Fred C. Morin served on Fairfax Water Authority Board for over 40 years.

Remembering a 'Fair' Leader

Arlington This Week

Arlington This Week

Vienna Resident Making a Difference

John Horejsi, founder of SALT, talks about starting a volunteer group that brings important social issues to legislators

Vienna Resident Making a Difference

Health Notes

Health Notes

Getting To Know ...

Getting To Know ...

Pushed Out?

Michelle Padgett, principal at Lake Anne Elementary, went on administrative leave last week.

Pushed Out?

SLHS Students Collect Clothing

More than 120 bags of clothes will be donated to charities helping victims of Hurricane Katrina.

SLHS Students Collect Clothing

Fixing Up the Dam

Supervisor, community discuss Lake Royal dam repairs.

Fixing Up the Dam

Referendum Delayed

RA Board to revise schedule on proposed governing documents.

Referendum Delayed

Vote Backs RELAC

Supporters of the RELAC air-conditioning system win the day.

Vote Backs RELAC

Tuesday, October 4

Fairfax County Involvement

County reviews bids for site operators of three proposed day-labor centers.

Fairfax County Involvement

School Notes

School Notes

Dave Marsden, At a Glance

Dave Marsden, At