News for Tuesday, May 23, 2006

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Bravo for Great Falls Officer

Park Police officer Bill Thomas retires after 30 years on the C&O Canal.

Bravo for Great Falls Officer

Shea's Police Assault Charges Reduced

Maryland woman is found guilty of disorderly conduct.

Shea's Police Assault Charges Reduced

Compromise Puts Schools Fight to Bed

Denis’ eleventh-hour proposal accelerates Bells Mill fix and protects Seven Locks.

Compromise Puts Schools Fight to Bed

Gearing up for Brave Dave Open

Annual golf tournament raises funds for multiple sclerosis and other autoimmune diseases.

Gearing up for Brave Dave Open

Churchill ‘00 Grad Missing

Jane Park last seen on May 5 in Cambridge, Mass.

Churchill ‘00 Grad Missing

People Notes

People Notes

Parkwood School Celebrates 50 Years

Local educator Clarine Vickery and her school are honored by the town.

Parkwood School Celebrates 50 Years

Local Businesses Win ABBIES

Arlington businesses receive accolades for strong service and community involvement.

Local Businesses Win ABBIES

Baker to Retire from Campbell

Dr. Adkisson from Drew Model School to take over in July.

Baker to Retire from Campbell

‘Shootout at General Assembly’

Howell tells AAUW how Richmond’s budget impasse on transportation is a ‘true crisis.’

‘Shootout at General Assembly’

And The Cappie Goes To ...

Arlington high school thespians to be honored next month at The Kennedy Center.

And The Cappie Goes To ...

This Week in Potomac 5-24-06

This Week in Potomac 5-24-06

Case of Meningitis at Madison

Case of Meningitis at Madison

Freddie Mac Shelter Breaks Ground

Community partners join forces to provide new home for women and families in need.

Freddie Mac Shelter Breaks Ground

Knitting Together Security

Local students help knit afghans for Project Linus.

Knitting Together Security

Lights, Camera, Action!

Lights, Camera, Action!

Week In McLean

Week In McLean

Sterling Boulevard in Need of Mowing

Sterling Boulevard in Need of Mowing

Faith Key in Marriage Debate

Faith Key in Marriage Debate

Community Service Center Opens

Fairfax County Community Service Center opens at Tysons Corner.

Community Service Center Opens

A Different Side to Policing

MPO Thomas Harrington named 2006 Distinguished School Resource Officer.

A Different Side to Policing

Bigger and Better Than Ever

Bigger and Better Than Ever

Bigger and Better Than Ever

Bigger and Better Than Ever

City Residents Not Playing Ball

Neighbors of a proposed athletic field complex site want City Council to find another place for the project.

City Residents Not Playing Ball

From Junk to Jalopy in 12 Minutes

Antique Auto Show features quick assembly of Model T.

From Junk to Jalopy in 12 Minutes

Week In Great Falls

Week In Great Falls

Finding the Healthy Commute

Hundreds of commuters geared up for Bike to Work Day.

Finding the Healthy Commute

Work Begins on 'Much Needed Project'

Lanier renewal project breaks ground with ceremonial celebration.

Work Begins on 'Much Needed Project'

Insider ‘Unduly Influenced’ Park

Inspector general’s report finds that the Park Service violated its own policies and circumvented federal law in allowing Daniel Snyder to clear trees.

Insider ‘Unduly Influenced’ Park

Braddock Home to Free, Family Fun

Braddock Nights to provide a entertaining outdoor experience for the entire family

Braddock Home to Free, Family Fun

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Lights, Camera Action!

Lights, Camera Action!

A Toast to Better Communication

Burke group practices speech-giving, provides support and encouragement.

A Toast to Better Communication

Town Goes Shopping

Town Goes Shopping

A Mother to All

Pamela Ann Jones lived a life full of love, trust and laughter.

A Mother to All

Baird Claims Dems' Endorsement for School Bd.

Victory over more experienced Davis sets up two-woman race in November.

Baird Claims Dems' Endorsement for School Bd.

Music for the Moment

"Songs for a New World" proves apt curtain call for local high-school seniors

Music for the Moment

Foundation Honors Outstanding Educators

The Martin Luther King, Jr. Cultural Foundation honors educators and grants 10 scholarships.

Foundation Honors Outstanding Educators

Diversions

Diversions

Diversions

Diversions

The Piano Man

It’s sad and it’s sweet: the story of a salesman’s career nearing its end.

The Piano Man

Calendar

Calendar

Diversions

Diversions

Rethinking Maple Avenue

Last Tuesday, residents were asked how they wanted Maple Avenue to change.

Rethinking Maple Avenue

Diversions

Diversions

Beautiful Day, Marred by Tragedy

Two horses fatally injured at Potomac Hunt Races.

Beautiful Day, Marred by Tragedy

Getting to Know...

Moira Rose Donohue

Getting to Know...

Seven Win MCC Seats

New board will meet Wednesday, May 24

Seven Win MCC Seats

Art

Art

Senior Living

Senior Living

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Getting to Know...

Moira Rose Donohue

Getting to Know...

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Getting to Know...

Moira Rose Donohue

Getting to Know...

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

People

People

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Selling the Million Dollar Home

More than 1,000 homes in Fairfax County have $1 million price tag or more.

Selling the Million Dollar Home

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Volunteering

Volunteering

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Business

Business

College Notes

College Notes

Health

Health

Seven Win MCC Seats

New board will meet Wednesday, May 24

Seven Win MCC Seats

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

College Notes

College Notes

Getting to Know É Helen Flynn

Profile

Getting to Know É Helen Flynn

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Faith

Faith

Oakton Students Party at Prom

Oakton High School upperclassmen danced the night away at the Reston Hyatt Regency Friday.

Oakton Students Party at Prom

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Obituary — Col. Kaye D. Kause

Obituary — Col. Kaye D. Kause

Calendar 5-24-06

Calendar 5-24-06

Jam Session

Potomac United Methodist Church hosts 16th annual Strawberry Festival.

Jam Session

Knitting Together Security

Local students help knit afghans for Project Linus.

Knitting Together Security

Community Service Center Opens

Fairfax County Community Service Center opens at Tysons Corner.

Community Service Center Opens

Strut Your Mutt Under Sunny Skies

Strut Your Mutt Under Sunny Skies

Church Cancels Garage

Neighbors more comfortable with Heritage Fellowship’s ten-fold expansion plans.

Church Cancels Garage

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

This Week in Arlington

This Week in Arlington

Braddock Home to Free, Family Fun

Braddock Nights to provide a entertaining outdoor experience for the entire family.

Braddock Home to Free, Family Fun

Week in Vienna

Week in Vienna

Taking Off for Science

Lake Braddock students join hundreds in rural Virginia for model rocket competition.

Taking Off for Science

Honoring Officers for DWI Enforcement

Honoring Officers for DWI Enforcement

Wolf Addresses MCA Questions

Congressman talks about Metro service.

Wolf Addresses MCA Questions

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Recess Controversy Plays On

Superintendent’s recommendations met with the skepticism from School Board, parents.

Recess Controversy Plays On

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Diversions

Diversions

Wolf Addresses MCA

Congressman talks about Metro service.

Wolf Addresses MCA

Diversions

Diversions

The Family Listings

The Family Listings

Fresh Air

Fresh Air

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Schools

Schools

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Oakton Students Party at Prom

Oakton High School upperclassmen danced the night away at the Reston Hyatt Regency Friday.

Oakton Students Party at Prom

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools