News for Tuesday, September 6, 2005

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Supporting Katrina Victims

Several efforts throughout Reston took place over the holiday weekend to help Hurricane Katrina victims.

Supporting Katrina Victims

Flint Hill Turns 50

School celebrates birthday with ribbon-cutting.

Flint Hill Turns 50

Clusters Ponder Life Without RELAC

Two dozen people with RELAC learned about quiet central air conditioning at an informational meeting last week.

Clusters Ponder Life Without RELAC

Save the Pork Queen

Vienna-based church band has an alter ego.

Save the Pork Queen

Business Profiles for $500?

Greater Reston Chamber of Commerce will charge a fee to some guests on its public access show, Business Focus.

Business Profiles for $500?

From Around the World

International Children’s Festival returns to Wolf Trap Sept. 17-18.

From Around the World

Back to School for Reston

About 7,200 Reston students went back to school Tuesday morning.

Back to School for Reston

Donating Education

Georgetown Prep takes in NoLa Jesuit High School students.

Donating Education

Caring Kids

Great Falls children hold bake sale, lemonade sale to raise money for Katrina victims

Caring Kids

Small Effort Grows Quickly

Community fair raises $9,000.

Small Effort Grows Quickly

Helping Katrina's Animal Victims

Helping Katrina's Animal Victims

1,000 Miles Away, Family Weathers the Storm

Their relatives safe, one Louisiana family considers Katrina’s questions.

1,000 Miles Away, Family Weathers the Storm

This Week in Potomac 9-7-05

This Week in Potomac 9-7-05

Judge Strikes Insanity Plea in Rape Case

Trial set to proceed Sept. 19, despite defense’s objections.

Judge Strikes Insanity Plea in Rape Case

Waiting to Reopen

After nine years, Shiloh Baptist Church should open in January.

Waiting to Reopen

McLean this Week

McLean this Week

Making Lemons Into Lemonade

Holy Child students raise money for the Red Cross.

Making Lemons Into Lemonade

Business Notes

Business Notes

Crab Feast Returns

Proceeds from all-you-can-eat event to benefit hurricane victims

Crab Feast Returns

Remembering A Giant

Ljubomir "Lube" Stamenich, football star at Langley, U-Va, died after short battle with leukemia

Remembering A Giant

Back to School Photos

Back to School Photos

Back In Session

Fairfax County Schools begin the 2005-2006 school year

Back In Session

Opening Their Pockets

Three local businesses donate money, pledge aid to colleagues

Opening Their Pockets

Forgotten History

Forgotten History

Back to School in Herndon

Back to School in Herndon

Wine and Jazz Fill Lynn Street

Wine and Jazz Fill Lynn Street

Learning To Live with Diabetes

Six-year-old Kevin Sobhani is the only student at Herndon Elementary School with type 1 diabetes.

Learning To Live with Diabetes

Hospital Sues County

Broadlands Regional Medical Center looks for an option to get its hospital built.

Hospital Sues County

Great Falls this Week

Great Falls this Week

Caring Kids

Great Falls children hold bake sale, lemonade sale to raise money for Katrina victims

Caring Kids

Crab Feast Returns

Proceeds from all-you-can-eat event to benefit hurricane victims

Crab Feast Returns

Waiting to Reopen

After nine years, Shiloh Baptist Church should open in January.

Waiting to Reopen

Avoiding Katrina

Sam Repshas was forced to evacuate from New Orleans two weeks ago just before starting his freshman year of college at Tulane.

Avoiding Katrina

Opening Their Pockets

Three local businesses donate money, pledge aid to colleagues

Opening Their Pockets

Diamond Jubilee

Couple celebrates 60th wedding aniiversary in Vienna.

Diamond Jubilee

Filling a Forty-Foot Trailer

Our Lady of Mercy parishioners, neighbors deliver the goods.

Filling a Forty-Foot Trailer

Local Women Train for Triathlons

College student, working mother train together for events

Local Women Train for Triathlons

Potomac Responds to Katrina

Children, families, schools reach out.

Potomac Responds to Katrina

Arlington this Week

Arlington this Week

Capturing His Hometown

Great Falls photographer featured in Sugarloaf Festival

Capturing His Hometown

Capturing His Hometown

Great Falls photographer featured in Sugarloaf Festival

Capturing His Hometown

September 11 Events

September 11 Events

New School Opens

Tuesday was the first day of school and an introduction to a state-of-the-art building for 750 students.

New School Opens

Better Routes Equal Less Traffic

The extension of Claiborne Parkway may have positive impact on Ashburn drivers.

Better Routes Equal Less Traffic

Heating Up the Griddle for Relief

Vienna residents help victims of Hurricane Katrina.

Heating Up the Griddle for Relief

Volunteering

Volunteering

Remembering A Giant

Ljubomir "Lube" Stamenich, football star at Langley, U-Va, died after short battle with leukemia

Remembering A Giant

How to Help

How to Help

Ongoing

Ongoing

Ongoing

Ongoing

Arlington Releases SAT Scores

Arlington Releases SAT Scores

First Day Back

In Vienna, Louise Archer students return to school Tuesday morning.

First Day Back

Local Women Train for Triathlons

College student, working mother train together for events

Local Women Train for Triathlons

Back In Session

Fairfax County Schools begin the 2005-2006 school year

Back In Session

Business Notes

Business Notes

School Year 2005-2006

School Year 2005-2006

From Stigma to Stardom

With an expanding market, modular homes defy stereotypes.

From Stigma to Stardom