Stories for November 2006

Stories for November 2006

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Thursday, November 30

Lawsuit Against Human Rights Commission Dismissed

Judge rules that Bono Films and Video does not have standing to challenge authority of commission to investigate claims of sexual orientation discrimination.

Lawsuit Against Human Rights Commission Dismissed

Wednesday, November 29

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Notes on a Scandal

New book reveals the men who revealed Watergate.

Notes on a Scandal

Calendar Nov. 29-Dec. 5

Calendar Nov. 29-Dec. 5

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

'He Gathers the Lambs in His Arms ...'

City's day shelter helps homeless find jobs, a place to live and a purpose.

'He Gathers the Lambs in His Arms ...'

Marine's Service Was 'More than Duty'

Cpl. Nicholas Rapavi of Springfield killed serving 8th Marine Regiment.

Marine's Service Was 'More than Duty'

Calendar

Calendar

Faith

Faith

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Marine's Service Was 'More than Duty'

Cpl. Nicholas Rapavi of Springfield killed serving 8th Marine Regiment.

Marine's Service Was 'More than Duty'

Washington's Legal Elite

Former CFCC chair honored by Washington Smart CEO Magazine.

Washington's Legal Elite

School Notes

School Notes

Schools

Schools

Senior events

Senior events

Community Mourns Death of Local Resident

Annandale woman found murdered in her home.

Community Mourns Death of Local Resident

Faith

Faith

Cash Registers Ring In The Season

Local retailers hold their own against mall mania

Cash Registers Ring In The Season

They Don't Send Flowers Anymore

Business practices have changed, not the ingredients for success.

They Don't Send Flowers Anymore

Doing Unto Others

Little River student government organized Thanksgiving food drive to benefit local charity.

Doing Unto Others

Old Town Theater Fades To Black — Again

This could well be the final encore for another landmark.

Old Town Theater Fades To Black — Again

Christmas Cuisine, from Calf’s Head To Turtle Soup

Hearth cooking brings arcane recipes to life.

Christmas Cuisine, from Calf’s Head To Turtle Soup

Washington's Legal Elite

Former CFCC chair honored by Washington Smart CEO Magazine.

Washington's Legal Elite

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Deputies Arrest Man for Robberies

Ashburn resident charged last week with two convenience store robberies

Deputies Arrest Man for Robberies

Calendar

Calendar

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Show of Support

Parents in favor of boundaries for new schools, with few exceptions.

Show of Support

Tightening the Purse Strings

County administrator predicts shortfall of $60.9 million at 89-cent tax rate in fiscal year 2008.

Tightening the Purse Strings

Rezonings In Play

Even with the denial of the Transition Policy Area CPAM, developers are moving forward.

Rezonings In Play

Board Reacts to Delay

Board Reacts to Delay

Virginia Run Turkey Trot Raises $60,000

Virginia Run Turkey Trot Raises $60,000

Learning Ethical Decision Making

Westfield High, Marriott, chamber of commerce and businesses participate.

Learning Ethical Decision Making

Washington's Legal Elite

Former CFCC chair honored by Washington Smart CEO Magazine.

Washington's Legal Elite

Selfless Birthday Wishes

Two Burke boys donate birthday presents to county’s foster care program.

Selfless Birthday Wishes

Week in Great Falls

Week in Great Falls

Fine Art

Fine Art

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

‘Snow Queen’ Joins Alexandria History

Christmas was a year-round event for the lady of Christmas Attic

‘Snow Queen’ Joins Alexandria History

Three Are Indicted by Grand Jury

Three Are Indicted by Grand Jury

Fine Art

Fine Art

Business Notes

Business Notes

Notes on a Scandal

New book reveals the men who revealed Watergate.

Notes on a Scandal

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Scrooge Redux

Little Theatre production tweaks Dickens classic.

Scrooge Redux

Community Mourns Death of Teacher

Virginia Run Educator Found Murdered

Community Mourns Death of Teacher

Calendar Nov. 30-Dec. 6

Calendar Nov. 30-Dec. 6

Calendar Nov. 30-Dec. 6

Calendar Nov. 30-Dec. 6

Health Notes

Health Notes

Selfless Birthday Wishes

Two Burke boys donate birthday presents to county’s foster care program.

Selfless Birthday Wishes

'The (not-so) Christmas Elf'

Encore presents Broadway-style holiday musical for the whole family.

'The (not-so) Christmas Elf'

Stone Presents 'Wizard'

Stone Presents 'Wizard'

Calendar

Calendar

DASHing Through Alexandria

DASHing Through Alexandria

They Don't Send Flowers Anymore

Business practices have changed, not the ingredients for success.

They Don't Send Flowers Anymore

Life + 23 Years for Murder

Burdis is sentenced for Fair Lakes murder.

Life + 23 Years for Murder

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Roundups

Roundups

Washington's Legal Elite

Former CFCC chair honored by Washington Smart CEO Magazine.

Washington's Legal Elite

Community Mourns Death of Local Resident

Annandale woman found murdered in her home.

Community Mourns Death of Local Resident

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Time To Feast

Salvation Army offers Thanksgiving dinner for local families.

Time To Feast

Notes on a Scandal

New book reveals the men who revealed Watergate.

Notes on a Scandal

Scrooge Redux

Little Theatre production tweaks Dickens classic.

Scrooge Redux

Bomb-Threat Charge Goes to Grand Jury

Bomb-Threat Charge Goes to Grand Jury

Students Perform at VTA Fest

Students Perform at VTA Fest

A Voluntary Thank You

Burke Centre Conservancy staff conducts annual volunteer recognition cocktail party.

A Voluntary Thank You

Kings Crossing: A Fading Dream

It's all in the timing — both winning and losing.

Kings Crossing: A Fading Dream

Old Town Theater Fades To Black — Again

This could well be the final encore for another landmark.

Old Town Theater Fades To Black — Again

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Schools

Schools

Calendar

Calendar

School Notes

School Notes

Blaze Destroys Burke Garage

Fire investigators say faulty holiday lights caused $200,000 in damages.

Blaze Destroys Burke Garage

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Mount Olive Presents Revised Plans

Mount Olive Presents Revised Plans

‘Snow Queen’ Joins Alexandria History

Christmas was a year-round event for the lady of Christmas Attic

‘Snow Queen’ Joins Alexandria History

Governor Lauds Arlington's 'Smart-Growth' Policies

Kaine says he is still considering whether to restore Arlington human services funding

Governor Lauds Arlington's 'Smart-Growth' Policies

Washington's Legal Elite

Former CFCC chair honored by Washington Smart CEO Magazine.

Washington's Legal Elite

High Hopes for High School Moms

Bryant Alternative High School helps young mothers make it to graduation.

High Hopes for High School Moms

School Notes

School Notes

Companies That Care

Oakton-based Northern Virginia Family Services presents 14th annual CARE awards.

Companies That Care

’Tis The Season At Rising Hope

’Tis The Season At Rising Hope

Cash Registers Ring In The Season

Local retailers hold their own against mall mania

Cash Registers Ring In The Season

DASHing Through Alexandria

DASHing Through Alexandria

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Tuesday, November 28

Lessons in Music and Life

Guitars Not Guns prepares to graduate its first group of students this month.

Lessons in Music and Life

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Connecting Community

UCM director Cheri Zeman leaves legacy of cooperation.

Connecting Community

Responding to a Pandemic

City releases a preliminary plan on how it would respond to a pandemic flu outbreak.

Responding to a Pandemic

Night Operations Approved for Asphalt Plant

Four-to-three vote gives Virginia Paving the green light for 110 nights of operation.

Night Operations Approved for Asphalt Plant

Electric Storm Coming

Consumer watchdog forecasts Maryland energy crisis will hit Virginia.

Electric Storm Coming

Angels Spread Christmas Cheer

Volunteers wrap hundreds of presents for Angels of Mercy Christmas program.

Angels Spread Christmas Cheer

Churches Gather for Thanksgiving

Eighth annual Shepherd's Center interfaith Thanksgiving service held at Wesley.

Churches Gather for Thanksgiving

Lessons in Music and Life

Guitars Not Guns prepares to graduate its first group of students this month.

Lessons in Music and Life

Residents Step into Police Shoes

Graduates of Herndon Citizen’s Police Academy reflect on lessons learned.

Residents Step into Police Shoes

Cabinet Meets Community

Kaine, Cabinet Address Issues

Cabinet Meets Community

Week In McLean

Week In McLean

Interchange Debate

Delgaudio Surprised by 'Sneak Attack'

Interchange Debate

Feeling the Pressure

Teens Help Teens Relieve Pressure

Feeling the Pressure

Low Clearance, No Tolerance

2004 collision with parkway bridge inspires call to keep bus drivers off the phone.

Low Clearance, No Tolerance

One Fish, Two Fish, Boy Fish, Girl Fish?

One Fish, Two Fish, Boy Fish, Girl Fish?

Lessons in Music and Life

Guitars Not Guns prepares to graduate its first group of students this month.

Lessons in Music and Life

Capital One Endorses Tunnel

Capital One Endorses Tunnel

Tree-Cutting Postponed

Columbia Gas will deal with hedges in December, trees later.

Tree-Cutting Postponed

Here Comes the Holiday Express

Something for children of all ages at Fairfax Station's annual holiday train show.

Here Comes the Holiday Express

Capital One Endorses Tunnel

Capital One Endorses Tunnel

Health

Health

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

The Sisterhood of Burgundy and Gold

The evolution of Washington Redskins cheerleaders, from Redskinettes to Generation Next.

The Sisterhood of Burgundy and Gold

Opening Doors

Annual McLean Holiday Homes Tour arrives this weekend.

Opening Doors

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Teaching About Finances

Capital One hosts Junior Achievement Finance Park.

Teaching About Finances

Life-Cycle

Penelope Ann Thoms and her thoughts on living and dying.

Life-Cycle

Volunteering

Volunteering

Night Operations Approved for Asphalt Plant

Four-to-three vote gives Virginia Paving the green light for 110 nights of operation.

Night Operations Approved for Asphalt Plant

Addressing the Aging of Alexandria

Former Gov. Mark Warner speaks at Mayor Euille’s third annual Unity Breakfast.

Addressing the Aging of Alexandria

Nature Comes A-Calling

Deer invites itself into Vienna home.

Nature Comes A-Calling

Addressing the Aging of Alexandria

Former Gov. Mark Warner speaks at Mayor Euille’s third annual Unity Breakfast.

Addressing the Aging of Alexandria

Perpetual Noon No More

After two years of waiting, time has arrived to Lorton Station clock.

Perpetual Noon No More

Housing Triage

In 06, The county chose many who are struggling over few who are desperate.

Housing Triage

Business

Business

Getting to Know… Jean Witt

Route 1 Mobile Home Advocate

Getting to Know… Jean Witt

Police Seek Link in Murders

Second murder in four months leaves community, police looking for a killer.

Police Seek Link in Murders

Mountain Legacy Honors Byers

Mountain Legacy Honors Byers

Knowing the Artist

Local framing shop and gallery bridges gap between artist and customer.

Knowing the Artist

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Team Tiki Raises $2,300

Team Tiki Raises $2,300

Real Estate

Real Estate

People

People

Board To Leave More to Superintendent

Changes to the FCPS rules of operation modifies committees, increases superintendent responsibility.

Board To Leave More to Superintendent

Life is Good

Alexandrians find life good but don't like traffic and taxes.

Life is Good

Community

Community

New Families

Adoption Brings New Life to Families

New Families

Gift of a Lifetime

McLean family donates 70-acre conservation easement.

Gift of a Lifetime

Teaching About Finances

Capital One hosts Junior Achievement Finance Park.

Teaching About Finances

Mountain Legacy Honors Byers

Mountain Legacy Honors Byers

Night for Debutantes and Beaus

Night for Debutantes and Beaus

The Sisterhood of Burgundy and Gold

The evolution of Washington Redskins cheerleaders, from Redskinettes to Generation Next.

The Sisterhood of Burgundy and Gold

Focusing on Friendship

Focusing on Friendship

EarthLink Selected

EarthLink Selected

The Right Thing to Do

South Lakes seniors take a look at morals and values during Ethics Day.

The Right Thing to Do

Council Punts on Sound Walls, Again

Council to study proposed changes to gun laws.

Council Punts on Sound Walls, Again

High School Students Have Their Own Bank

Apple Credit Unions give high school students everyday access to banking.

High School Students Have Their Own Bank

Life is Good

Alexandrians find life good but don't like traffic and taxes.

Life is Good

Youth Track Club Excels at Regional Meet

Youth Track Club Excels at Regional Meet

Youth Track Club Excels at Regional Meet

Youth Track Club Excels at Regional Meet

Calendar: Nov. 29-Dec. 5

Calendar: Nov. 29-Dec. 5

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

EarthLink Selected

EarthLink Selected

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

Week in Vienna

Week in Vienna

Team Tiki Raises $2,300

Team Tiki Raises $2,300

Mountain Legacy Honors Byers

Mountain Legacy Honors Byers

Gift of a Lifetime

McLean family donates 70-acre conservation easement.

Gift of a Lifetime

From Council Chambers to Court Room

Herndon Police traffic and misdemeanor cases are heard weekly in Town Council chambers.

From Council Chambers to Court Room

Here Comes the Holiday Express

Something for children of all ages at Fairfax Station's annual holiday train show.

Here Comes the Holiday Express

Youth Track Club Excels at Regional Meet

Youth Track Club Excels at Regional Meet

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Truro May Leave Episcopal Church

City's Episcopal church may split from U.S. Episcopal Church, homosexuality a major issue.

Truro May Leave Episcopal Church

Lights and Sights of the Season

Vienna kicks off the holidays with Monday's Church Street Stroll.

Lights and Sights of the Season

Team Tiki Raises $2,300

Team Tiki Raises $2,300

No More Status Quo?

MVCCA’s 2007 co-chairs promise egalitarian structure and more participation.

No More Status Quo?

Responding to a Pandemic

City releases a preliminary plan on how it would respond to a pandemic flu outbreak.

Responding to a Pandemic

Mountain Legacy Honors Byers

Mountain Legacy Honors Byers

Here Comes the Holiday Express

Something for children of all ages at Fairfax Station's annual holiday train show

Here Comes the Holiday Express

Angels Spread Christmas Cheer

Volunteers wrap hundreds of presents for Angels of Mercy Christmas program.

Angels Spread Christmas Cheer

Fighting Cancer, Protecting Selves

Local martial arts school raises money for cancer research.

Fighting Cancer, Protecting Selves

Police Lieutenant Retires

Lt. Don Amos Leaves after 26 years

Police Lieutenant Retires

Here Comes the Holiday Express

Something for children of all ages at Fairfax Station's annual holiday train show.

Here Comes the Holiday Express

Perpetual Noon No More

fter two years of waiting, time has arrived to Lorton Station clock.

Perpetual Noon No More

Monday, November 27

‘Tikkun Olam’

Wendi and Daniel Abramowitz

‘Tikkun Olam’

Quiet Change at Renato

New ownership foresees brings more seafood to menu.

Quiet Change at Renato

What To Do About Wilson?

School and county officials ponder future of Rosslyn property, and explore possibility of public-private partnership.

What To Do About Wilson?

Wilkinson Crowned Miss Kappa Diamond

Wilkinson Crowned Miss Kappa Diamond

Going for Green

New county and state initiatives aim to protect environment.

Going for Green

This Week in Potomac 11-29-06

This Week in Potomac 11-29-06

Arlington House Revisited

Prominent landmark to undergo renovations as a means to preserve its rich history

Arlington House Revisited

Potomac's Needs

Local residents raise concerns about maintenance issues and Seven Locks hiker-biker path.

Potomac's Needs

Holiday Songs at the Tavern

Holiday Songs at the Tavern

Board Shrinks Tax District, Again

Area which funds Reston Community Center reduced for second time this year.

Board Shrinks Tax District, Again

Columbia Pike Ready for Major Facelift

Some residents fear that redevelopment along corridor will push out lower-income families

Columbia Pike Ready for Major Facelift

There He Is, Mr. Churchill

Pageant Returns to Churchill after 11-Year Absence

There He Is, Mr. Churchill

Start Making ‘Nunsense’

Potomac Theatre Company

Start Making ‘Nunsense’

About Arlington

Ye Ol’ Skating Pond in Arlington

About Arlington

School Security Guard Arrested

School Security Guard Arrested

This Week in Arlington

This Week in Arlington

Shirlington Library Closed

Shirlington Library Closed

Tuesday, November 21

Calendar

Calendar

To Expand Or Not To Expand?

McLean Community Center seeks public input on expansion project and future of Teen Center.

To Expand Or Not To Expand?

Turkey Trot Race Honors Brooks Jones

Virginia Run resident died of cancer in July

Turkey Trot Race Honors Brooks Jones

School Notes

School Notes

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Jury: Lederman Guilty of Forgery, Uttering

Jury: Lederman Guilty of Forgery, Uttering

School Notes

School Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Getting to Know...

Richard Suib

Getting to Know...

Calendar

Calendar

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Painful End For Patriots

44-yard field goal in closing seconds knocks Park View out of the playoffs.

Painful End For Patriots

Painful End For Patriots

44-yard field goal in closing seconds knocks Park View out of the playoffs.

Painful End For Patriots

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Man Pleads Guilty to Solicitation

Man Pleads Guilty to Solicitation

Week In McLean

Week In McLean

Selfless Birthday Wishes

Two Burke boys donate birthday presents to county’s foster care program.

Selfless Birthday Wishes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Virginia Run Hosts Holiday Homes Tour

Four houses open their doors to the public.

Virginia Run Hosts Holiday Homes Tour

Getting to Know...

Richard Suib

Getting to Know...

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Pedestrian Killed in Hit-and-Run

Pedestrian Killed in Hit-and-Run

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Life in Prison + 23 Years

Burdis is sentenced for brutal Fair Lakes murder.

Life in Prison + 23 Years

Health Notes

Health Notes

Turkey, Coffee, Lies and War Stories

Members of Arby's unofficial Breakfast Club gather for their yearly early Thanksgiving morning feast.

Turkey, Coffee, Lies and War Stories

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Schools Notes

Schools Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

School Notes

School Notes

‘It's Not Over Till It's Under’

More than 300 citizens show up for Tysons Tunnel Town Hall meeting

‘It's Not Over Till It's Under’

Great Falls' Personality Test

Values Survey offers initial insight into the community's 2020 Vision Project.

Great Falls' Personality Test

Crafty Gifts

Annual Craft Show draws in shoppers.

Crafty Gifts

Selfless Birthday Wishes

Two Burke boys donate birthday presents to county’s foster care program.

Selfless Birthday Wishes

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Regaining Breath of Life

With help of the Muslim community, a local man receives double-lung transplant.

Regaining Breath of Life

Community Notes

Community Notes

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Packing, Giving, Sharing

Volunteers stuff backpacks for children at four county elementary schools.

Packing, Giving, Sharing

Reason To Be Thankful

One family discovers a community of caring individuals.

Reason To Be Thankful

Week In Great Falls

Week In Great Falls

A Helpful Serve

Local tennis pro hosts invitational tournament to benefit special needs children.

A Helpful Serve

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

'It's Not Over Till It's Under'

More than 300 citizens show up for Tysons Tunnel Town Hall meeting at McLean Community Center.

'It's Not Over Till It's Under'

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Support Team Celebrates Anniversary

Council honors Herndon Police Citizens Support Team for 30 years of work.

Support Team Celebrates Anniversary

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Volunteering

Volunteering

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Business

Business

Chap in 07?

Former delegate Chap Petersen hints at his candidacy for the state Senate next year.

Chap in 07?

People Notes

People Notes

‘It's Not Over Till It's Under’

More than 300 citizens show up for Tysons Tunnel Town Hall meeting

‘It's Not Over Till It's Under’

Bucks Safe on Buckthorn Lane

RA Board denies deer hunting permits after a lengthy discussion.

Bucks Safe on Buckthorn Lane

Nature Center Funds May Be Cut

Town Council eyes budget amendments that would reduce Runnymede Park improvements.

Nature Center Funds May Be Cut

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Civic Calendar

Civic Calendar

Franconia at a Crossroads

Residents, officials discuss proposal for interchange at Franconia, South Van Dorn.

Franconia at a Crossroads

Teen Is Guilty of 7-Eleven Robbery

Teen Is Guilty of 7-Eleven Robbery

Regaining Breath of Life

Regaining Breath of Life

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Reason To Be Thankful

One family discovers a community of caring individuals.

Reason To Be Thankful

'It's Not Over Till It's Under'

More than 300 citizens show up for Tysons Tunnel Town Hall meeting at McLean Community Center.

'It's Not Over Till It's Under'

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

'It's Not Over Till It's Under'

More than 300 citizens show up for Tysons Tunnel Town Hall meeting.

'It's Not Over Till It's Under'

Four Miles for Others

Walkers from area churches raise money to feed the hungry at annual Crop Walk in Fairfax Station.

Four Miles for Others

A Helpful Serve

Local tennis pro hosts invitational tournament to benefit special needs children.

A Helpful Serve

‘It's Not Over Till It's Under’

More than 300 citizens show up for Tysons Tunnel Town Hall meeting

‘It's Not Over Till It's Under’

Gang Charge Goes to Grand Jury

Gang Charge Goes to Grand Jury

Eating with the Big Kids

Preschoolers join their Lee High student teachers for a Thanksgiving meal.

Eating with the Big Kids

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Four Miles for Others

Walkers from area churches raise money to feed the hungry at annual Crop Walk in Fairfax Station.

Four Miles for Others

Calendar

Calendar

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Monday, November 20

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

House Fire Displaces Eight

Smoke Tips Off Neighbors

House Fire Displaces Eight

‘Shakespeare’ at South Lakes

Cappies Review

‘Shakespeare’ at South Lakes

Five-Year Plan

Hatrick Recommends New Projects

Five-Year Plan

Serving Thankfulness

The ‘Little White Church on the Corner’ prepares Thanksgiving baskets.

Serving Thankfulness

Riding Out Another Storm

No flooding this time, but as Huntington waits, anxiety rises with every rainfall.

Riding Out Another Storm

A Toast for the Holidays

Traditional holiday dining offers a wide range of wine pairing options

A Toast for the Holidays

Good Friends, Good Food

Good Friends, Good Food

Calendar Nov. 21-28

Calendar Nov. 21-28

Going to the Dogs

Going to the Dogs

L'Chaim and Pass the Cake!

With prayers, dancing and birthday cake, Temple B'nai Shalom celebrates 20 years in Fairfax Station.

L'Chaim and Pass the Cake!

Schools

Schools

Born Again

New lives are forged and lifetime commitments are waged on Adoption Day.

Born Again

Getting to Know ... Jack Ticer

Getting to Know ... Jack Ticer

Alive Needs Volunteers

Religious congregations depend on volunteers to serve the community this holiday season.

Alive Needs Volunteers

Meet Campagna Center's New President

Meet Campagna Center's New President

From Across the Pond

Jo Ormesher brings the arts to Fairfax.

From Across the Pond

Volunteers

Volunteers

Getting to Know ... Jack Ticer

Getting to Know ... Jack Ticer

Faith

Faith

Holiday Calendar 2006

Holiday Calendar 2006

Byrd Brothers Found Guilty

Two separate juries find Marquis Byrd, 17, and Malik Byrd, 14, guilty of murder.

Byrd Brothers Found Guilty

Here Comes the Rain

Heavy rains dump create a foot of standing water at the intersection of King and Union.

Here Comes the Rain

From Across the Pond

Jo Ormesher brings the arts to Fairfax.

From Across the Pond

Here Comes the Rain

Heavy rains dump create a foot of standing water at the intersection of King and Union.

Here Comes the Rain

L'Chaim and Pass the Cake!

With prayers, dancing and birthday cake, Temple B'nai Shalom celebrates 20 years in Fairfax Station.

L'Chaim and Pass the Cake!

One Loudoun Heads for Work Session

One Loudoun Heads for Work Session

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Turkey for 700

Hundreds of families invited to attend Thanksgiving dinner at the Waterford in Springfield.

Turkey for 700

Serving Thankfulness

The ‘Little White Church on the Corner’ prepares Thanksgiving baskets.

Serving Thankfulness

Schools

Schools

From Across the Pond

Jo Ormesher brings the arts to Fairfax.

From Across the Pond

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

For Seniors, Thanksgiving Is Elementary

Sixth-graders from Wolf Trap Elementary serve Thanksgiving dinner to the Vienna 50-90 Club.

For Seniors, Thanksgiving Is Elementary

Imam Welcomes Open Dialogue

Loudoun Crime Commission Holds Open Talk on Islam

Imam Welcomes Open Dialogue

Private Concert

Band Students Get Lesson in Jazz

Private Concert

Homes for the Holidays

Five historic homes, three churches and a caboose all included on walking tour of Clifton.

Homes for the Holidays

From Firearms to Graduation

From Firearms to Graduation

Health Notes

Health Notes

Students Attend Summer School

Governor's School Gives Students a Taste of College Life

Students Attend Summer School

Welcome Home, Grandsons

Local band plays their 20th Anniversary show this weekend at Wolf Trap.

Welcome Home, Grandsons

Getting to Know É Kristin Lamir

Profile

Getting to Know É Kristin Lamir

Member-Driven

ADAPT Clubhouse asks members to cope pro-actively with brain injuries.

Member-Driven

One Song, One Child at a Time

Fairfax Station couple sponsors World AIDS Day concert to help AIDS orphans in South Africa.

One Song, One Child at a Time

A Mother's Ordeal

Taylor Behl's mother releases book about her slain daughter.

A Mother's Ordeal

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

One Song, One Child at a Time

Fairfax Station couple sponsors World AIDS Day concert to help AIDS orphans in South Africa.

One Song, One Child at a Time

Sweatin' for Local Family

Sweatin' for Local Family

Holiday Calendar 2006

Holiday Calendar 2006

Traffic Complicates Park Plan

Park would go on 13.7 acres near Hunter Mill Road

Traffic Complicates Park Plan

Calendar Nov. 21-28

Calendar Nov. 21-28

Calendar Nov. 21-28

Calendar Nov. 21-28

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

School Notes

School Notes

L'Chaim and Pass the Cake!

With prayers, dancing and birthday cake, Temple B'nai Shalom celebrates 20 years in Fairfax Station.

L'Chaim and Pass the Cake!

Wachovia Bank Robbed

Wachovia Bank Robbed

Mingled Voices Get Ready to Perform

Carl Sandburg and West Potomac choruses to sing together for state music teachers.

Mingled Voices Get Ready to Perform

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Festival on Hold

Festival on Hold

Giving Thanks for Growing Greens

Hollin Meadows Elementary students celebrate a successful harvest.

Giving Thanks for Growing Greens

No 'Getting Around' the Subject

Talk of transportation dominates Shannon's town hall meeting.

No 'Getting Around' the Subject

From Across the Pond

Jo Ormesher brings the arts to Fairfax.

From Across the Pond

One Song, One Child at a Time

Fairfax Station couple sponsors World AIDS Day concert to help AIDS orphans in South Africa.

One Song, One Child at a Time

From Across the Pond

Jo Ormesher brings the arts to Fairfax.

From Across the Pond

Faith

Faith

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Alive Needs Volunteers

Religious congregations depend on volunteers to serve the community this holiday season.

Alive Needs Volunteers

Homes for the Holidays

Five historic homes, three churches and a caboose all included on walking tour of Clifton.

Homes for the Holidays

Flint Hill Lives ‘On The Verge’

Cappies

Flint Hill Lives ‘On The Verge’

Byrd Brothers Found Guilty

Two separate juries find Marquis Byrd, 17, and Malik Byrd, 14, guilty of murder.

Byrd Brothers Found Guilty

Born Again

New lives are forged and lifetime commitments are waged on Adoption Day.

Born Again

The Santa Lobby

The Santa Lobby

The Santa Lobby

The Santa Lobby

Proposing Boundaries

Proposing Boundaries

Sunday, November 19

The Music Listings

The Music Listings

Scottish Christmas Events

Scottish Christmas Events

Near-Tragedy Makes Holidays Sweeter

Arnie Friedman and his wife Carol now cherish every moment spent with family.

Near-Tragedy Makes Holidays Sweeter

Livingstone at Home on Air

Cabin John volunteer firefighter co-hosts radio show on home finance.

Livingstone at Home on Air

School Notes

School Notes

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Families Made Official

Several Arlington families completed local adoptions over the weekend

Families Made Official

Survey: Teenage Alcohol, Drug Use Up

Arlington middle and high school students are also happier and more involved in schools and community

Survey: Teenage Alcohol, Drug Use Up

Emotions Run Dry in 'Fountain'

Emotions Run Dry in 'Fountain'

Bold New Arrangements

Sarah von Schrader speaks at Little Farms Garden Club's Annual Fall Program.

Bold New Arrangements

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Holiday Happenings

Looking at some of the major events this holiday season.

Holiday Happenings

From Rock n' Roll to Renovation

Michael Sauri films special McLean home portico project for HGTV show 'Curb Appeal.'

From Rock n' Roll to Renovation

Undercooked 'Consideration'

Guest comedy lands some hits, mostly misses.

Undercooked 'Consideration'

This Week in Potomac 11-22-06

This Week in Potomac 11-22-06

Holiday Happenings

Looking at some of the major events this holiday season.

Holiday Happenings

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Rabid Raccoon Removed from Potomac Residence

Officials advise caution in dealing with wild animals found in residential areas

Rabid Raccoon Removed from Potomac Residence

The Nutcrackers

The Nutcrackers

Cryor Honored at Chamber Dinner

Satinsky, Krensky and Weerakoon honored at annual Chamber f Commerce dinner; Cryor receives lifetime achievement award.

Cryor Honored at Chamber Dinner

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Scottish Christmas Events

Scottish Christmas Events

The Nutcrackers

The Nutcrackers

Special Guest Starling

’Good Morning Washington’ co-anchor serves as grand marshal.

Special Guest Starling

Lt. Garnett's New Battles

Local author finishes Arlington trilogy, fights for vets.

Lt. Garnett's New Battles

This Week in Arlington

This Week in Arlington

Friends Gather for ‘Friends’

Friends of Montgomery County Animals host annual luncheon and fashion show.

Friends Gather for ‘Friends’

Credit Union May Convert to For-Profit Bank

Directors of Lafayette Federal Credit Union say conversion would keep the institution competitive; opponents say it would benefit the directors at the cost of the regular members.

Credit Union May Convert to For-Profit Bank

A Timely Cookbook

Salomon’s ‘Politics and Pot Roast’ features recipes fit for a president — from George Washington to George W.

A Timely Cookbook

Churchill Production Keeps Us ‘Singin’'

Cappies — High School Theater Review

Churchill Production Keeps Us ‘Singin’'

‘Audible Petting Zoo’ at Strathmore

County 2nd-graders attend National Philharmonic performances at Strathmore as part of an educational enrichment program.

‘Audible Petting Zoo’ at Strathmore

The Music Listings

The Music Listings

Special Guest Starling

’Good Morning Washington’ co-anchor serves as grand marshal.

Special Guest Starling

'Challenging' Budget Year Looms

County Manager tells board it needs to curtail some services and programs in order to produce balanced budget.

'Challenging' Budget Year Looms

I Could Stay Here Forever

I Could Stay Here Forever

School Notes

School Notes

Wednesday, November 15

Helping Others for the Holidays

Committee for Helping Others prepares for another winter.

Helping Others for the Holidays

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

'Bird of One Wing'

Burke resident writes book, looks to start charity.

'Bird of One Wing'

Health Notes

Health Notes

Better Watch Out

Santa's arrival kicks off holiday season at Fair Oaks Mall.

Better Watch Out

Beyond Turkey and Green Beans

Recipes inspired by local chefs, residents.

Beyond Turkey and Green Beans

'Bird of One Wing'

Burke resident writes book, looks to start charity.

'Bird of One Wing'

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Beyond Turkey and Green Beans

Recipes inspired by local chefs, residents.

Beyond Turkey and Green Beans

School Notes

School Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

'Bird of One Wing'

Burke resident writes book, looks to start charity.

'Bird of One Wing'

Class Thanks Veterans

Visit by military personnel highlights Fairview class' Veterans Day.

Class Thanks Veterans

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Health Notes

Health Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

CROP Walkers Hit the Roads

CROP Walkers Hit the Roads

Health Notes

Health Notes

Schools

Schools

School Notes

School Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Ahmad Case Sent to Grand Jury

Preliminary hearing examines death of Alexandria child at unlicensed daycare.

Ahmad Case Sent to Grand Jury

Give Locally

Give Locally

Volunteers

Volunteers

Military Notes

Military Notes

School Notes

School Notes

People Notes

People Notes

Business

Business

People Notes

People Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

Hitting the Gym, Before Hitting the Books

West Springfield Elementary students join early-morning exercise club.

Hitting the Gym, Before Hitting the Books

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Give Locally

Give Locally

Volunteers

Volunteers

Volunteering

Volunteering

Community Notes

Community Notes

A Musical Memorial

Franconia Elementary students remember Veterans Day with musical program.

A Musical Memorial

Military Notes

Military Notes

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

People Notes

People Notes

People Notes

People Notes

Military Notes

Military Notes

Beyond Turkey and Green Beans

Recipes inspired by local chefs, residents.

Beyond Turkey and Green Beans

People Notes

People Notes

Ongoing

Ongoing

Civic Calendar

Civic Calendar

Gobel, de Grey: ISO Fountain of Youth

Springfield-based Methuselah Foundation receives $3.5 million boost.

Gobel, de Grey: ISO Fountain of Youth

School Notes

School Notes

Military Notes

Military Notes

Volunteers

Volunteers

Business Notes

Business Notes

Give Locally

Give Locally

Calendar Nov. 16-Nov. 21

Calendar Nov. 16-Nov. 21

'Bird of One Wing'

Burke resident writes book, looks to start charity.

'Bird of One Wing'

Fine Art

Fine Art

School Notes

School Notes

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Calendar

Calendar

School Notes

School Notes

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Calendar

Calendar

Feet Before Feast

Annual Turkey Trot brings community together.

Feet Before Feast

Calendar Nov. 16-21

Calendar Nov. 16-21

Fine Art Scene

Fine Art Scene

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Calendar

Calendar

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Calendar

Calendar

'Tis the Season

Several holiday activities are scheduled for the Vienna area.

'Tis the Season

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Calendar

Calendar

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Beyond Turkey and Green Beans

Recipes inspired by local chefs, residents.

Beyond Turkey and Green Beans

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Changes to the Landscape

Federation votes to not oppose conversion of landfill to park.

Changes to the Landscape

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Beyond Turkey and Green Beans

Recipes inspired by local chefs, residents.

Beyond Turkey and Green Beans

Hitting the Gym, Before Hitting the Books

West Springfield Elementary students join early-morning exercise club.

Hitting the Gym, Before Hitting the Books

'Bird of One Wing'

Burke resident writes book, looks to start charity.

'Bird of One Wing'

On the International Circuit

Equestrian Maggie Burrus qualifies in Green Division.

On the International Circuit

WFCM Needs Public's Help for Thanksgiving

Providing food for more than 700 local families.

WFCM Needs Public's Help for Thanksgiving

Boy Scout Food Drive Collects 10 Tons of Food

Boy Scout Food Drive Collects 10 Tons of Food

CVHS Is Honored at VTA

Students win top prizes in Richmond.

CVHS Is Honored at VTA

Try 'Gift Giving by the Stars'

Local astrologer offers a way of choosing presents that please.

Try 'Gift Giving by the Stars'

Get Set for Virginia Run Turkey Trot

Proceeds Benefit Life with Cancer.

Get Set for Virginia Run Turkey Trot

Residents Charged with Credit-Card Theft

Police believe they're involved with theft of wallet.

Residents Charged with Credit-Card Theft

New Runway Worries Pleasant Valley Residents

New Runway Worries Pleasant Valley Residents

Bull Run Elementary Honors All Veterans

Tribute paid in word and song.

Bull Run Elementary Honors All Veterans

How to Contribute to 'Our Neighbor's Child'

Q&A With Kelly Lavin.

How to Contribute to 'Our Neighbor's Child'

Mountain View's DeBragga Receives Leadership Award

Mountain View's DeBragga Receives Leadership Award

Business Notes

Business Notes

Chantilly High Cheerleaders Are 3rd in State

Chantilly High Cheerleaders Are 3rd in State

Health Notes

Health Notes

Tuesday, November 14

Making Things Click

Children with Asperger’s Syndrome team up to tackle Lego Challenge.

Making Things Click

Team Leader, Team Builder

South County Principal Dale Rumberger recognized for dedication to students, community.

Team Leader, Team Builder

His Brother’s Keeper?

Marquis Byrd, 17, stands trial as an accessory to the murder of Al-Rahn Powell, 18.

His Brother’s Keeper?

Saying Thanks to the 'Important People'

American Legion Post 270 honors veterans at McLean High School's Memorial Grove.

Saying Thanks to the 'Important People'

Deadbeat Taxpayers

Deadbeat Taxpayers

Raising Money for Brian

Community organizes 5K Run/Walk to raise money for McLean High School grad paralyzed by summer swimming accident.

Raising Money for Brian

The Guns of November

Fort Ward remembers Union soldiers on Veterans Day.

The Guns of November

Team Leader, Team Builder

South County Principal Dale Rumberger recognized for dedication to students, community.

Team Leader, Team Builder

Senior Living

Senior Living

Week In McLean

Week In McLean

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

Looking for More Volunteers

Christ House adjusts to cease serving home-cooked meals.

Looking for More Volunteers

Haddad Serves Up 'The Nutcracker'

Margaret Haddad Classical School of Ballet prepares for 15th annual 'Nutcracker' performance at Madeira.

Haddad Serves Up 'The Nutcracker'

A Vision On Hold

Braddock residents agree on a vision for future growth, but can’t implement anything for another four years.

A Vision On Hold

Students Greet Teacher in Iraq

Hollin Meadows children view teacher Jim Wise through a video link-up to Iraq.

Students Greet Teacher in Iraq

Raising Money for Brian

Community organizes 5K Run/Walk to raise money for McLean High School grad paralyzed by summer swimming accident.

Raising Money for Brian

Business Notes

Business Notes

What Is Temporary?

What Is Temporary?

Post 270 Honors Veterans

Veterans praised at McLean High School's Memorial Grove.

Post 270 Honors Veterans

Update on New Fire Station

Planning Commission completes its regular meeting in 20 minutes.

Update on New Fire Station

'Cut from the Same Cloth'

Rear Admiral Kathleen Martin speaks at Great Falls Freedom Memorial Veterans Day ceremony.

'Cut from the Same Cloth'

Reshuffling for Childcare Funds

Governor announces millions in stop-gap funding at Reston Interfaith.

Reshuffling for Childcare Funds

Site Loss To Affect Downtown Development

Developers: New "challenges" have changed proposal possibilities.

Site Loss To Affect Downtown Development

Targeting the Tax Bill

City Council sets a budget target that would lower the average residential tax bill by 1.9 percent.

Targeting the Tax Bill

School Notes

School Notes

Holiday Happenings, from Tunes To Turkey

Some seasonal fun will benefit charity.

Holiday Happenings, from Tunes To Turkey

Into Harm's Way

A man save his neighbor after she was viciously attacked by her dog.

Into Harm's Way

Change for a Cure

Students Raise Money for Cancer Research

Change for a Cure

Suspects Shoot, Rob Sterling Men

Suspects Shoot, Rob Sterling Men

Making Old Town Hall New Again

Architect offers to purchase, renovate and give Old Town Hall to town for use in perpetuity.

Making Old Town Hall New Again

Campaign Stop

Carlyle House becomes a backdrop for a dramatic farewell.

Campaign Stop

House on a Hill?

Town Council discusses residential height limitations.

House on a Hill?

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

A Vision On Hold

Braddock residents agree on a vision for future growth, but can’t implement anything for another four years.

A Vision On Hold

Sheriff's Office Charges Custodian

Custodian Under Arrest

Sheriff's Office Charges Custodian

New Community Park Dedicated

New Community Park Dedicated

Lake Anne's Future?

RCRC debates what its purpose will be in 2007.

Lake Anne's Future?

Subtle Differences, Similar Sentiments

School Board members, PTA presidents agree to dislike Options 2A and 2B.

Subtle Differences, Similar Sentiments

Week In Great Falls

Week In Great Falls

Boundary Change Blues

Proposed middle school GT center boundary changes anger parents.

Boundary Change Blues

Are Signs the Solution?

Businesses in the Main Street Marketplace want the city to allow more signs.

Are Signs the Solution?

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Students Discuss Change

Annual Step Up event aims to make teens part of the solution.

Students Discuss Change

Parents Unhappy With GT Proposal

Proposed middle school GT center boundary changes anger parents.

Parents Unhappy With GT Proposal

Making Old Town Hall New Again

Architect offers to purchase, renovate and give Old Town Hall to town for use in perpetuity.

Making Old Town Hall New Again

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Home Condemned After Fire

Home Condemned After Fire

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Haddad Serves Up 'The Nutcracker'

Margaret Haddad Classical School of Ballet prepares for 15th annual 'Nutcracker' performance at Madeira.

Haddad Serves Up 'The Nutcracker'

A Walk On The Noisy Side

Residents get briefed and do some briefing.

A Walk On The Noisy Side

Subtle Differences, Similar Sentiments

School Board members, PTA presidents agree to dislike Options 2A and 2B.

Subtle Differences, Similar Sentiments

Getting to Know É Daniel Lyon

Profile

Getting to Know É Daniel Lyon

Community Notes

Community Notes

A Calendar To Keep

Original art on display at Gallery Lafayette.

A Calendar To Keep

Old Town Historian Analyzes Elections

David Abshire says cooperation can lead to change in country’s course.

Old Town Historian Analyzes Elections

Week in Vienna

Week in Vienna

Freedom Remembers Dedicated Teacher

South Riding school creates scholarship to honor English teacher's memory.

Freedom Remembers Dedicated Teacher

Post WW II Trauma

Port City Presents Miller’s “Sons”

Post WW II Trauma

Gifts That Give

Gifts That Give

NoVa Leads Political Shift

NoVa Leads Political Shift

Mane Attraction

Jay Hardee throws himself into role in intense "Equus."

Mane Attraction

Turkey, With Flushing

The annual Alexandria Series of Poker offers holiday hold’em.

Turkey, With Flushing

Getting to Know ... Clarence Webb

Getting to Know ... Clarence Webb

Black History Museum Honors Black Veterans

Fight against global terrorism termed "The Long War."

Black History Museum Honors Black Veterans

Doctor Is In

Kaiser Permanente plans to open new Ashburn medical center in December.

Doctor Is In

Making Things Click

Children with Asperger’s Syndrome, team up to tackle Lego Challenge.

Making Things Click

Looking for More Volunteers

Christ House adjusts to cease serving home-cooked meals.

Looking for More Volunteers

Loudoun Votes Yes

Western Precincts Vote No

Loudoun Votes Yes

Stories of Blue and Gray

Historian Emeritus Ed Bearss is guest speaker at biannual program at Old Town Hall.

Stories of Blue and Gray

Churchill Keeps ‘Singin’ in the Rain’

Churchill Keeps ‘Singin’ in the Rain’

From Potomac with Care

From Potomac with Care

Whitman Presents 'Funny Girl'

Whitman Presents 'Funny Girl'

Groceries Pile Up, Organization Asks for Help

Volunteers Set Up Holiday Grocery Store

Groceries Pile Up, Organization Asks for Help

Recycling Center One Step Closer to Approval

Planning Commission Approves Recycling Center

Recycling Center One Step Closer to Approval

Center Unveils Additions to Public

Expansion includes activities, classes and equipment.

Center Unveils Additions to Public

Update on New Fire Station

Planning Commission completes its regular meeting in 20 minutes.

Update on New Fire Station

‘Sister to Sister’

Good Shepherd women’s group confronts domestic violence.

‘Sister to Sister’

His Brother’s Keeper?

Marquis Byrd, 17, stands trial as an accessory to the murder of Al-Rahn Powell, 18.

His Brother’s Keeper?

Team Leader, Team Builder

South County Principal Dale Rumberger recognized for dedication to students, community.

Team Leader, Team Builder

Deadbeat Taxpayers

Deadbeat Taxpayers

The Guns of November

Fort Ward remembers Union soldiers on Veterans Day.

The Guns of November

Targeting the Tax Bill

City Council sets a budget target that would lower the average residential tax bill by 1.9 percent.

Targeting the Tax Bill

Campaign Stop

Carlyle House becomes a backdrop for a dramatic farewell.

Campaign Stop

Subtle Differences, Similar Sentiments

School Board members, PTA presidents agree to dislike Options 2A and 2B.

Subtle Differences, Similar Sentiments

Getting to Belvoir—That's The Rub

The who, the how, and the when remain elusive to BRAC planners

Getting to Belvoir—That's The Rub

Veterans Warn Against Swift Withdrawal

Veterans Warn Against Swift Withdrawal

A Calendar To Keep

Original art on display at Gallery Lafayette.

A Calendar To Keep

Calendar

Calendar

A Time-Out to Count Blessings

Washington Mills hosts waffle breakfast for military families.

A Time-Out to Count Blessings

Music for the Holidays

Music for the Holidays

Holiday Calendar

Holiday Calendar

For Charity, the Secret Is Out

Secret Santa program sponsors families in need.

For Charity, the Secret Is Out

A Hug for Education

Terra Centre Elementary principal provides a leadership example to her students, colleagues.

A Hug for Education

Home Condemned After Fire

Home Condemned After Fire

Holiday Happenings, from Tunes To Turkey

Some seasonal fun will benefit charity.

Holiday Happenings, from Tunes To Turkey

County Wants Full Disclosure

Supervisors hear the plans for the celebration of the county's 250th anniversary.

County Wants Full Disclosure

Supervisors Deny Transition Area Plan

The board reaffirms the current planned land use for the area.

Supervisors Deny Transition Area Plan

Step in the Right Direction

Thousands of walkers expected at National Mall for Help the Homeless Walkathon this weekend.

Step in the Right Direction

Mane Attraction

Jay Hardee throws himself into role in intense "Equus."

Mane Attraction

General Assessment Remains Steady

Burke Centre Board of Trustees sets 2007 budget Nov. 9.

General Assessment Remains Steady

A Walk On The Noisy Side

Residents get briefed and do some briefing.

A Walk On The Noisy Side

Making Things Click

Children with Asperger’s Syndrome team up to tackle Lego Challenge.

Making Things Click

Post WW II Trauma

Port City Presents Miller’s “Sons”

Post WW II Trauma

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

Step in the Right Direction

Thousands of walkers expected at National Mall for Help the Homeless Walkathon this weekend.

Step in the Right Direction

A Laureate Returns Home

Former teacher turned poet laureate returns, leads poetry workshop for students.

A Laureate Returns Home

This Week in Potomac 11-15-06

This Week in Potomac 11-15-06

That Old Time Medicine

Stabler-Leadbeater Apothecary Shop re-opens its doors after major renovations.

That Old Time Medicine

Turkey, With Flushing

The annual Alexandria Series of Poker offers holiday hold’em.

Turkey, With Flushing

Feet Before Feast

Annual Turkey Trot brings community together.

Feet Before Feast

For Charity, the Secret Is Out

Secret Santa program sponsors families in need.

For Charity, the Secret Is Out

Old Town Historian Analyzes Elections

David Abshire says cooperation can lead to change in country’s course.

Old Town Historian Analyzes Elections

Mane Attraction

Jay Hardee throws himself into role in intense "Equus."

Mane Attraction

Webb Wins

Webb Wins

Boundary Change Blues

Proposed middle school GT center boundary changes anger parents.

Boundary Change Blues

Post WW II Trauma

Port City Presents Miller’s “Sons”

Post WW II Trauma

Subtle Differences, Similar Sentiments

School Board members, PTA presidents agree to dislike Options 2A and 2B.

Subtle Differences, Similar Sentiments

Gifts That Give

Gifts That Give

KEENFest Raises More than $135,000

KEENFest Raises More than $135,000

Snapshots in Blue

New book explores the history of the Alexandria Police Department.

Snapshots in Blue

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

Getting to Know ... Clarence Webb

Getting to Know ... Clarence Webb

Good Shepherd Reopens Warming Shelter

Local Church Helps the Homeless

Good Shepherd Reopens Warming Shelter

It’s All In The Detail

Getting Around

It’s All In The Detail

Black History Museum Honors Black Veterans

Fight against global terrorism termed "The Long War."

Black History Museum Honors Black Veterans

Monday, November 13

Holiday Happenings

Don’t miss these local opportunities to celebrate the holiday season.

Holiday Happenings

Rockville Celebrates Veterans Day

Veterans of Vietnam and World War II commemorate the holiday at Veterans Park.

Rockville Celebrates Veterans Day

Serving the Homeless

Consider giving back to the community by volunteering or donating to Bethesda Cares this holiday season — and year-round.

Serving the Homeless

Arlington Election Results

Arlington Election Results

Cryor to Receive Lifetime Service Award

Jean Cryor, Maryland delegate and longtime Potomac activist, will be honored at the Potomac Chamber of Commerce dinner on Thursday.

Cryor to Receive Lifetime Service Award

Serving the Homeless

Consider giving back to the community by volunteering or donating to Bethesda Cares this holiday season — and year-round.

Serving the Homeless

NoVa Lifts Webb to Victory

What will a ‘blue’ Northern Virginia mean in next year’s elections?

NoVa Lifts Webb to Victory

Avenel Proposal: Helping or Hurting?

Residents tackle the stream restoration proposal from TPC at Avenel.

Avenel Proposal: Helping or Hurting?

Holiday Happenings

Don’t miss these local opportunities to celebrate the holiday season.

Holiday Happenings

This Week in Arlington

This Week in Arlington

Looking Ahead — Not Back

O'Donoghue's supporters are already gearing up for the next try.

Looking Ahead — Not Back

Frozen Fun

Film Review

Frozen Fun

A Strange Dish

Film Review

A Strange Dish

Run Again!

Run Again!

Sunday, November 12

Choreography: Adding to Moves to ‘Big, The Musical’

Choreography: Adding to Moves to ‘Big, The Musical’

Saturday, November 11

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Community Notes

Community Notes

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Vienna Presbyterian Church

Faith Profile

Vienna Presbyterian Church

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Community Notes

Community Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Community Notes

Community Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Community Notes

Community Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Business Notes

Business Notes

Community Notes

Community Notes

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Business Notes

Business Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Vienna Presbyterian Church

Faith Profile

Vienna Presbyterian Church

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Friday, November 10

Theater Outside the Box

Homeschool Instructional Theatre Society

Theater Outside the Box

Thursday, November 9

‘Shakespeare in Hollywood’ at South Lakes

‘Shakespeare in Hollywood’ at South Lakes

Fall One Acts: Oedipus Re-mix

Fall One Acts: Oedipus Re-mix

TC Thespians Prepare for Showing of ‘Our Town‘

TC Thespians Prepare for Showing of ‘Our Town‘

Technical Theater at Yorktown

From My Perspective

Technical Theater at Yorktown

‘Big’ Characters

‘Big’ Characters

Stone Bridge’s Trip to ‘Wonderland’

Stone Bridge’s Trip to ‘Wonderland’

Theatre at Churchill

Theatre at Churchill

Crackdown on Meth Abuse

Chantilly Cash & Carry owner, clerk are charged.

Crackdown on Meth Abuse

A Busy Year Promises No Disappointments From MPHS

A Busy Year Promises No Disappointments From MPHS

Chantilly's 'Big' Is Set to Sparkle

Play features student directors and choreographers.

Chantilly's 'Big' Is Set to Sparkle

A Look at West Springfield’s Year in Theatre

A Look at West Springfield’s Year in Theatre

On the Road with Westfield Theatre

Students perform Wasserstein Vignettes at Virginia Theatre Association Conference.

On the Road with Westfield Theatre

Centreville High Sows 'Wild Oats'

Love, laughter and mistaken identities abound.

Centreville High Sows 'Wild Oats'

Review: Energetic ‘You Can't Take It With You’ Delights

Cappies Review

Review: Energetic ‘You Can't Take It With You’ Delights

Zombies in November?

Halloween has past, but the zombies have not left Fairfax.

Zombies in November?

Business Notes

Business Notes

‘Alice in Wonderland’ at Bishop O’Connell

‘Alice in Wonderland’ at Bishop O’Connell

The Chantilly Thespians

The Chantilly Thespians

‘Jabberwock’ and More at West Potomac

‘Jabberwock’ and More at West Potomac

School Notes

School Notes

Sophomore Costumer Dazzles Wakefield Players

Sophomore Costumer Dazzles Wakefield Players

Theatre Students Tap their way into Spring

Theatre Students Tap their way into Spring

High School Theater, Better Than Ever

High School Theater, Better Than Ever

Bringing Budding Artists Together

Piedmont Arts Foundation serves as common ground for Loudoun’s high school drama departments.

Bringing Budding Artists Together

Getting a ‘Clue’ at H-B Woodlawn

Getting a ‘Clue’ at H-B Woodlawn

‘Bang, Bang, You’re Dead’ at Centreville

‘Bang, Bang, You’re Dead’ at Centreville

Paul VI Players Entertains In Discovering ‘Why Bump Off Barnaby?’

Paul VI Players Entertains In Discovering ‘Why Bump Off Barnaby?’

‘Grease’ is the Word Coming to Mount Vernon

‘Grease’ is the Word Coming to Mount Vernon

McLean’s Year in Theatre

McLean’s Year in Theatre

'Macbeth' Presented by Westfield

Voodoo spells, ominous music add to evil ambiance.

'Macbeth' Presented by Westfield

Fall One Acts: Fear Itself

Fall One Acts: Fear Itself

Va. Run Turkey Trot Coming Up

Proceeds to benefit Life with Cancer.

Va. Run Turkey Trot Coming Up

Chantilly Is Regional Cheerleading Champs

Chantilly Is Regional Cheerleading Champs

A Powerful Production

A Powerful Production

Partying with ‘The Nerd’ at Lee

Partying with ‘The Nerd’ at Lee

Justice for Emily Cella

Court of Appeals upholds trucker's involuntary manslaughter conviction.

Justice for Emily Cella

‘Singin’ in the Rain’ at Churchill High

High school drama students will perform the famous musical Nov. 11, 17 and 18.

‘Singin’ in the Rain’ at Churchill High

Henry Is Guilty of Unlawful Disposal

He worked for animal shelter and cremation firm.

Henry Is Guilty of Unlawful Disposal

Langley’s Saxon Stage

Langley’s Saxon Stage

‘Romeo and Juliet’ at Potomac Falls

‘Romeo and Juliet’ at Potomac Falls

New School’s ‘Arabian Nights’

New School’s ‘Arabian Nights’

TC’s Cappies Critics Triumph for the Fourth Time

TC’s Cappies Critics Triumph for the Fourth Time

‘Radium Girls’ at Robinson

‘Radium Girls’ at Robinson

Chantilly’s International Thespian Society goes on Camping Trip

Chantilly’s International Thespian Society goes on Camping Trip

‘Arsenic and Old Lace’ at Hayfield

‘Arsenic and Old Lace’ at Hayfield

The Price of Theater

Expensive royalties and limited rehearsal space play major role in deciding which productions to choose.

The Price of Theater

Edison’s One Acts

Edison’s One Acts

Backstage at ‘Big, the Musical’

Backstage at ‘Big, the Musical’

The Darker Side of South County Drama

The Darker Side of South County Drama

Fun with the Middle Schoolers

From Our Perspective

Fun with the Middle Schoolers

‘Inspector’ Comes to Town at Broad Run

‘Inspector’ Comes to Town at Broad Run

Here’s Where It All Comes Together: Theatre Arts III

From Our Perspective

Here’s Where It All Comes Together: Theatre Arts III

Exploring Theatre Arts II at Yorktown

From My Perspective

Exploring Theatre Arts II at Yorktown

Westfield stages Shakespeare’s ‘Macbeth’

Westfield stages Shakespeare’s ‘Macbeth’

An Early ‘Christmas’ at Woodson

An Early ‘Christmas’ at Woodson

Westfield’s Child’s Play Theatre - Scrooge, Snow White and Santa Claus

Westfield’s Child’s Play Theatre - Scrooge, Snow White and Santa Claus

A Busy Year for Oakton Theater

A Busy Year for Oakton Theater

Bishop Ireton’s The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail

Bishop Ireton’s The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail

Theatre Centreville Preparing for another Successful Year:

Two shows to be performed this fall, one comedic, one dramatic

Theatre Centreville Preparing for another Successful Year:

‘Anatomy of Gray’ at Lake Braddock

‘Anatomy of Gray’ at Lake Braddock

‘Tempest’ at Heritage

‘Tempest’ at Heritage

Thomas Jefferson Gets ‘Inspected’

Thomas Jefferson Gets ‘Inspected’

Washington-Lee Presents ‘The Laramie Project’

Washington-Lee Presents ‘The Laramie Project’

Walt Whitman High School Theater Students Present ‘Funny Girl’

Walt Whitman High School Theater Students Present ‘Funny Girl’

HHS Theatre Department to Perform Classic Tale of ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’

HHS Theatre Department to Perform Classic Tale of ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’

The Ho-Ho Holiday Show 2006 at Westfield Theatre Dec. 22

The Ho-Ho Holiday Show 2006 at Westfield Theatre Dec. 22

‘What About Boys?’

‘What About Boys?’

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The Cappies’ Student-Written Answer to Disney’s High School Answer

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Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Learning About Tech Theatre at Mount Vernon

Learning About Tech Theatre at Mount Vernon

SSSA On Stage with ‘You Can't Take It With You’

SSSA On Stage with ‘You Can't Take It With You’

‘Creating’ Something New at Wootton

‘Creating’ Something New at Wootton

Laughs at South County

Laughs at South County

Wednesday, November 8

Double Donations

Great Falls Animal Hospital hosts simultaneous blood drives for humans and canines.

Double Donations

Schools

Schools

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Health Notes

Health Notes

Real Estate

Real Estate

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

School

School

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Volunteers

Volunteers

Community Notes

Community Notes

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Volunteers

Volunteers

'Made in Great Falls'

Great Falls Studios prepares for annual Holiday Art Show and Sale.

'Made in Great Falls'

People Notes

People Notes

Volunteers

Volunteers

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Business Notes

Business Notes

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Volunteers

Volunteers

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Volunteers

Volunteers

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Civic Calendar

Civic Calendar

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

People Notes

People Notes

Senior Living

Senior Living

Fine Art

Fine Art

Calendar Nov. 9-15

Calendar Nov. 9-15

Calendar

Calendar

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Calendar

Calendar

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Calendar

Calendar

Fine Art

Fine Art

Calendar Nov. 9-15

Calendar Nov. 9-15

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Calendar

Calendar

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

School Budget Missing Numbers

As the city manager expands documentation, school system struggles with its budget format.

School Budget Missing Numbers

Athletic Field Master Plan Unveiled

Maintenance of existing fields questioned by consultants.

Athletic Field Master Plan Unveiled

No Funding Left Behind

No Funding Left Behind

Looking Ahead - Not Back

Supporters are already gearing up for the next try.

Looking Ahead - Not Back

Moran Wins Handily

Eight-term incumbent sails to victory without serious opposition.

Moran Wins Handily

Fire Damages Alexandria Home

Fire Damages Alexandria Home

Reality Sets In

City Council would have to set a 1.7-percent growth target to avoid raising taxes.

Reality Sets In

Should City Scrap sSlate?

Should City Scrap sSlate?

Warrant Crackdown

Alexandria Sheriff's Office and Police Department team up with the United States Justice Department.

Warrant Crackdown

Into the Matrix

City Council to consider alternative plans for Virginia Paving.

Into the Matrix

Fire Damages Alexandria Home

Fire Damages Alexandria Home

School Budget Missing Numbers

As the city manager expands documentation, school system struggles with its budget format.

School Budget Missing Numbers

Athletic Field Master Plan Unveiled

Maintenance of existing fields questioned by consultants.

Athletic Field Master Plan Unveiled

No Funding Left Behind

No Funding Left Behind

Looking Ahead - Not Back

Supporters are already gearing up for the next try.

Looking Ahead - Not Back

Writing in Faith

Fairfax resident pens book on society and economy.

Writing in Faith

Beautiful Penmanship

Annual CalligraFest focuses on the art of writing.

Beautiful Penmanship

Red Turns Blue

Democrats gain control of House, Senate hangs in balance.

Red Turns Blue

Moran Wins Handily

Eight-term incumbent sails to victory without serious opposition.

Moran Wins Handily

Fire Damages Alexandria Home

Fire Damages Alexandria Home

Reality Sets In

City Council would have to set a 1.7-percent growth target to avoid raising taxes.

Reality Sets In

New Option, New Problems

Presented with option to build middle school, parents still not happy with boundary study

New Option, New Problems

Should City Scrap sSlate?

Should City Scrap sSlate?

Warrant Crackdown

Alexandria Sheriff's Office and Police Department team up with the United States Justice Department.

Warrant Crackdown

Into the Matrix

City Council to consider alternative plans for Virginia Paving.

Into the Matrix

Fire Damages Alexandria Home

Fire Damages Alexandria Home

Writing in Faith

Fairfax resident pens book on society and economy.

Writing in Faith

Red Turns Blue

Democrats gain control of House, Senate hangs in balance.

Red Turns Blue

Veterans Reflect on Service

American Legion members discuss range of services and sacrifices made in the name of the country.

Veterans Reflect on Service

Week In Great Falls

Week In Great Falls

Honoring Veterans

Honoring Veterans

Together for 50 Years

Fairfax Women's Club marks 50th year with fashion show.

Together for 50 Years

Experiencing Life Behind the Police Blotter

Council member witnesses daily efforts of local law enforcement.

Experiencing Life Behind the Police Blotter

Turning 25

Forestville Elementary School celebrates its 25th anniversary with a weekend extravaganza.

Turning 25

Proposed Day Labor Site Limits Draw Fire

Laborers, advocates warn of return to mass street solicitations.

Proposed Day Labor Site Limits Draw Fire

All Packed Up and No Way To Go

All Packed Up and No Way To Go

Sealing the Deal with a Handshake

Hundreds of volunteers from both parties practice “retail politics” on election day.

Sealing the Deal with a Handshake

High Hopes for High School Moms

Bryant Alternative High School helps young mothers make it to graduation.

High Hopes for High School Moms

319 Apartments, One Penny at a Time

County uses housing funds to keep Janna Lee Village affordable.

319 Apartments, One Penny at a Time

Spring Hill Students Perform with Amadeus

Spring Hill Students Perform with Amadeus

Chamber Promotes A Healthy Lifestyle

Good health is based on a total package of good habits.

Chamber Promotes A Healthy Lifestyle

Looking Ahead - Not Back

Supporters are already gearing up for the next try.

Looking Ahead - Not Back

Resolutions Yield Debate at MCA Meeting

McLean Citizens Association board struggles to approve resolutions that reignite divisiveness.

Resolutions Yield Debate at MCA Meeting

Bringing Many Into One

McLean Community Connections holds 5th annual Community Dialogue.

Bringing Many Into One

Week In McLean

Week In McLean

Persistence Pays for Walgreen’s

After one year plus, MVCCA declines to condemn plans for Boswell intersection.

Persistence Pays for Walgreen’s

Reaching for a Star

Hollin Meadows students connect with seafloor residents courtesy of mobile aquarium.

Reaching for a Star

This Time Voters Are Determined

Apathy was not on the agenda this election day.

This Time Voters Are Determined

Final Density Meeting Canceled

Committee rules third public meeting on adding density to Reston is unnecessary.

Final Density Meeting Canceled

Iraq War Veteran Inspires Giving

‘Project We Care’ comes to Reston.

Iraq War Veteran Inspires Giving

50 Years in the Family

50 Years in the Family

Beautiful Penmanship

Annual CalligraFest focuses on the art of writing.

Beautiful Penmanship

Student Mourned

Friends and family recall Christopher Kearns.

Student Mourned

Senate Race and Civic Duty

Residents go to the polls.

Senate Race and Civic Duty

South Lakes Principal Honored

Bruce Butler receives New Principal of the Year award.

South Lakes Principal Honored

Writing in Faith

Fairfax resident pens book on society and economy.

Writing in Faith

Honoring Veterans

Honoring Veterans

Rising from The Asphalt

Plan would transform Dunn Loring Metro station parking lot into a mixed use development.

Rising from The Asphalt

Federal Funds Finalized

Town accepts grant for green, spends cash on trash.

Federal Funds Finalized

Red Turns Blue

Democrats gain control of House, Senate hangs in balance.

Red Turns Blue

Week in Vienna

Week in Vienna

New Option, New Problems

Presented with option to build middle school, parents still not happy with boundary study.

New Option, New Problems

New Option, New Problems

Presented with option to build middle school, parents still not happy with boundary study.

New Option, New Problems

Clean Water ... Cheap

Joining a regional group would eliminate majority of work required on water supply study.

Clean Water ... Cheap

New Option, New Problems

Presented with option to build middle school, parents still not happy with boundary study.

New Option, New Problems

‘Revival Project’ Targets Cluster

Pilot program helps up property values at Dogwood Cluster.

‘Revival Project’ Targets Cluster

Homes for Every Buyer

Slower market means buyers can be picky but sellers must be patient.

Homes for Every Buyer

Clean Water ... Cheap

Joining a regional group would eliminate majority of work required on water supply study.

Clean Water ... Cheap

Time for a Change

After 19 years, Marcia Hanson leaves the Mount Vernon Government Center for greener scenery.

Time for a Change

Writing in Faith

Fairfax resident pens book on society and economy.

Writing in Faith

Writing in Faith

Fairfax resident pens book on society and economy.

Writing in Faith

Homes for Every Buyer

Slower market means buyers can be picky but sellers must be patient.

Homes for Every Buyer

Time for a Change

After 19 years, Marcia Hanson leaves the Mount Vernon Government Center for greener scenery.

Time for a Change

Tuesday, November 7

Potomac Hunt Celebrates 75 Years

Potomac Hunt Celebrates 75 Years

'Proof' Proves Rewarding

Play probes issues of intelligence, instability and heredity.

'Proof' Proves Rewarding

Residents Get Out the Vote

Residents Get Out the Vote

Reflections On Two Lives And One Man

The man who beat out Charlton Heston for the role of George Washington retires.

Reflections On Two Lives And One Man

Power of Orange Empowers Women

Power of Orange Empowers Women

Blooming Antiques, Booming Business

Historic Alexandria Foundation Antiques Show offers several special events.

Blooming Antiques, Booming Business

Case Continues

Case Continues

New Oedipus, Interesting Complex

Natural Theatricals offers different look at Greek myth.

New Oedipus, Interesting Complex

Virginia Bans Same-Sex Marriage

Measure passes statewide with 58 percent of the vote.

Virginia Bans Same-Sex Marriage

Board Looks to Increase Affordable Housing Stock

County will use funds from selling condos to help public employees and Buckingham Village residents buy affordable units.

Board Looks to Increase Affordable Housing Stock

Reflections On Two Lives And One Man

The man who beat out Charlton Heston for the role of George Washington retires.

Reflections On Two Lives And One Man

Senate Race Is Too Close To Call

Senate Race Is Too Close To Call

Voting Glitch in Fairfax

Some machine malfunctions could fuel arguments for recount.

Voting Glitch in Fairfax

"The Lion in Winter" --George Washington's Retirement

Once retired, Washington did not give in to pleadings to return to the national stage.

"The Lion in Winter" --George Washington's Retirement

Despite Tough Challenge, Wolf Wins

Despite Tough Challenge, Wolf Wins

Virginia Bans Same-Sex Marriage

Virginia Bans Same-Sex Marriage

New Face on the Boulevard

Finding Home at the Community Center

New Face on the Boulevard

Smooth Commute Despite Construction

Construction begins on new parking garage at Burke Centre VRE station.

Smooth Commute Despite Construction

A-SPAN Delivers for Arlington’s Homeless Population

Nonprofit receives Human Rights Award for helping homeless individuals secure housing, find employment and kick addictions.

A-SPAN Delivers for Arlington’s Homeless Population

Judge Supports Jury Recommendation

Judge Supports Jury Recommendation

Zimmerman Re-elected in Landslide

Incumbent receives nearly two-thirds of the voters and a fourth term on the County Board.

Zimmerman Re-elected in Landslide

Moran Wins

Eight-term incumbent sails to victory without serious opposition.

Moran Wins

'Proof' Proves Rewarding

Play probes issues of intelligence, instability and heredity.

'Proof' Proves Rewarding

New Center, New Director

Claude Moore Gets New Rec Center

New Center, New Director

This Week in Potomac 11-8-06

This Week in Potomac 11-8-06

Baird Claims Open School Board Seat

Democratic-endorsed candidate handily defeats Independent.

Baird Claims Open School Board Seat

New Oedipus, Interesting Complex

Natural Theatricals offers different look at Greek myth.

New Oedipus, Interesting Complex

New Oedipus, Interesting Complex

Natural Theatricals offers different look at Greek myth.

New Oedipus, Interesting Complex

Turkey Day Run

Turkey Day Run

Residents Approve County Bonds

Residents Approve County Bonds

"The Lion in Winter" --George Washington's Retirement

Once retired, Washington did not give in to pleadings to return to the national stage.

"The Lion in Winter" --George Washington's Retirement

Board Plans for a No Vote

Board Plans for a No Vote

Showing Up at Polls

Issues Drive Voters to Polls

Showing Up at Polls

Theater at Churchill

Theater at Churchill

Loudoun Votes Yes on School Bond Issues

Residents Fund New Schools, Land and Renovations

Loudoun Votes Yes on School Bond Issues

High School Theater, Better Than Ever

High School Theater, Better Than Ever

A Day to Remember

Potomac veterans take time to reflect on a lifetime of service for their nation.

A Day to Remember

‘Creating’ Something New at Wootton

‘Creating’ Something New at Wootton

Community Reacts to Sunstation Location

Sheriff Proposes Substation

Community Reacts to Sunstation Location

Church Builds its Dream

One God Ministry Church construction underway, after years of back and forth with the city, and the United States Department of Justice.

Church Builds its Dream

Poisson, Herring Keep Road Open for Business

VDOT Plans Studies for Cedar Green Road, Route 28

Poisson, Herring Keep Road Open for Business

Smooth Commute Despite Construction

Construction begins on new parking garage at Burke Centre VRE station.

Smooth Commute Despite Construction

Learning from Past Mistakes

Second Braddock meeting focuses on what has not worked with past growth, development in Fairfax County.

Learning from Past Mistakes

A Passion for Teaching

Providence Elementary teachers nationally recognized for her work.

A Passion for Teaching

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Charitable Performance

Charitable Performance

This Week in Arlington

This Week in Arlington

Blooming Antiques, Booming Business

Historic Alexandria Foundation Antiques Show

Blooming Antiques, Booming Business

Voting Glitch in Fairfax

Some machine malfunctions could fuel arguments for recount.

Voting Glitch in Fairfax

Residents Head to the Polls

Residents Head to the Polls

Walt Whitman High School Theater Students Present ‘Funny Girl’

Walt Whitman High School Theater Students Present ‘Funny Girl’

Delaying Creighton's Opening

Delaying Creighton's Opening

Learning from Past Mistakes

Second Braddock meeting focuses on what has not worked with past growth, development in Fairfax County.

Learning from Past Mistakes

Monday, November 6

Doing Their Duty

Voters turn out to perform their civic obligation in Springfield

Doing Their Duty

'Singin’ in the Rain' at Churchill High

High school drama students will perform the famous musical Nov. 11, 17 and 18.

'Singin’ in the Rain' at Churchill High

Players’ Club Pleads Case

TPC at Avenel appears before the Board of Appeals to lobby for extensive changes to its PGA golf course.

Players’ Club Pleads Case

A Voice of Their Own

New Republican group seeking members, ideas for political activism.

A Voice of Their Own

A Voice of Their Own

New Republican group seeking members, ideas for political activism.

A Voice of Their Own

Potomac Voters Discuss Election Day

Residents cite Iraq as a central issue in Tuesday's gubernatorial election.

Potomac Voters Discuss Election Day

Wednesday, November 1

School Notes

School Notes

The Bloody Best

Film Review

The Bloody Best

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Civic Calendar

Civic Calendar

Business Notes

Business Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Volunteers

Volunteers

Business Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Getting to Know É Shannon Groves

Profile

Getting to Know É Shannon Groves

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Volunteer

Volunteer