Stories for December 2007

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Monday, December 31

Sports Tryouts and Announcements: Alexandria

Sports Tryouts and Announcements: Alexandria

Sports Tryouts and Announcements: Fairfax County

Sports Tryouts and Announcements: Fairfax County

Sports Tryouts and Announcements: Loudoun County

Sports Tryouts and Announcements: Loudoun County

Sports Tryouts and Announcements: Alexandria

Sports Tryouts and Announcements: Alexandria

Sports Tryouts and Announcements: Alexandria

Sports Tryouts and Announcements: Alexandria

Sports Tryouts and Announcements: Arlington

Sports Tryouts and Announcements: Arlington

Wednesday, December 19

Three Years Prison for Child's Death

Three Years Prison for Child's Death

WFCCA Holds Holiday Reception

WFCCA Holds Holiday Reception

Woman Pleads Guilty to 3 Offenses

Woman Pleads Guilty to 3 Offenses

2000 Robbery to Grand Jury

2000 Robbery to Grand Jury

Our Neighbor's Child Delivers the Goods

Our Neighbor's Child Delivers the Goods

Round Up

Round Up

Latest Boundary Option Reduces Impact

Latest Boundary Option Reduces Impact

Joseph Laurel Wins Geography Bee at GBE

Joseph Laurel Wins Geography Bee at GBE

Westfield's 'Ho-Ho Holiday Shows'

Westfield's 'Ho-Ho Holiday Shows'

Girls Give High Marks To Program

Girls Give High Marks To Program

Tuesday, December 18

Is an Australian Bank Fleecing Greenway Drivers?

Representative seeks hearings on company's practices.

Is an Australian Bank Fleecing Greenway Drivers?

Holiday Party for Every Citizen Has Opportunities

Every Citizen Has Opportunities celebrates its annual holiday party at the Leesburg Armory.

Holiday Party for Every Citizen Has Opportunities

No Fat Lady Booked for Concert Series

Music festival fights to carry on after AOL withdraws sponsorship.

No Fat Lady Booked for Concert Series

Good Neighbors Awarded

Neighbors Foundation honors three local residents at first ever Michael J. Kearney Neighbor of the Year Awards.

Good Neighbors Awarded

There’s a Hole in the Budget?

Falling real estate assessments threaten to leave county short.

There’s a Hole in the Budget?

Vast New Construction Will Change Face of Merrifield

Vast New Construction Will Change Face of Merrifield

Fostering Good Will

LINK distributes food and toys to area’s families in need.

Fostering Good Will

Teen’s Death Still A Mystery

Teen’s Death Still A Mystery

Seneca Road Residents Want Fix

VDOT Route 7 widening project bashed at Great Falls Citizens Association meeting.

Seneca Road Residents Want Fix

Wish List Grows with Every Year

Great Falls resident Ginger Mahon continues to organize and run successful Embry Rucker Community Shelter gift program.

Wish List Grows with Every Year

Nearing Graduation Day

Loudoun County Fire-Rescue Services’ latest class of volunteers participated in a series of burn evolutions as they prepare to graduate.

Nearing Graduation Day

SHARE Gets New Truck

$12,500 McLean Citizens Foundation grant enables local charity to purchase new truck.

SHARE Gets New Truck

Council To Adjust Pay Plan

Council To Adjust Pay Plan

Coming Full Circle

GSA founder Charlie Grant helps establish Circle of Love, including the county’s only men’s shelter.

Coming Full Circle

Westin Restin’ in Reston

New hotel to attract business travelers in business corridor.

Westin Restin’ in Reston

Great Falls Ranked Eighth

Residents have mixed feelings about community’s latest recognition.

Great Falls Ranked Eighth

Foust To Open Herndon Office

Foust To Open Herndon Office

Police: Lock Those Car Doors

County Police deliver biennial report to RA.

Police: Lock Those Car Doors

Racing for Sponsorship

After "miscommunication," Leesburg mother and daughter scramble to raise sponsorship for charitable marathon.

Racing for Sponsorship

No Fat Lady Booked for Concert Series

Music festival fights to carry on after AOL withdraws sponsorship.

No Fat Lady Booked for Concert Series

ECHO Celebrates Success

Every Citizen Has Opportunities celebrates its annual holiday party at the Leesburg Armory.

ECHO Celebrates Success

Coming Full Circle

GSA founder Charlie Grant helps establish Circle of Love, including the county’s only men’s shelter.

Coming Full Circle

Public Safety at Work?

Environmental and quality of life concerns clash against gas line safety plan.

Public Safety at Work?

Miller Names New Commissioner

Miller Names New Commissioner

Building a Heart for Fairfax

With $5 million donation for community center, Sherwood family helps city realize a 40-year-old wish.

Building a Heart for Fairfax

Consensus, Conservation At Last

An agreement is reached on development along Scotts Run Road in McLean.

Consensus, Conservation At Last

Racing for Sponsorship

After "miscommunication," Leesburg mother and daughter scramble to raise sponsorship for charitable marathon.

Racing for Sponsorship

Students Bring Christmas to Troops

Briar Woods DECA students collect items for 465 care packages.

Students Bring Christmas to Troops

Online Campaign against Redistricting

Citizens e-mail representatives to stop FCPS boundary study.

Online Campaign against Redistricting

Jones Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity

Judge to decide if Fairfax City man who killed mother will be committed to a psychiatric institution.

Jones Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity

Celebration of Differences

Celebration of Differences

More, Please

Reston organizations cite need for more information about ResTown.

More, Please

Uncorking the Possibilities

Local experts shed light on what to pour for the holidays.

Uncorking the Possibilities

Mixed Use Made Easier

Board prepares to vote on zoning that would bring new mixed-use development to Route 50 and beyond.

Mixed Use Made Easier

Week In Great Falls

Week In Great Falls

Fostering Good Will

LINK distributes food and toys to area’s families in need.

Fostering Good Will

Miller Names New Commissioner

Miller Names New Commissioner

Going to the Dogs

Conservancy donates to K-9 unit safety.

Going to the Dogs

There’s a Hole in the Budget?

Falling real estate assessments threaten to leave county short.

There’s a Hole in the Budget?

Wednesday, December 12

Community Notes

Community Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

People Notes

People Notes

2nd Talk on Immigration

2nd Talk on Immigration

Chantilly High Presents 'A Christmas Carol'

Chantilly High Presents 'A Christmas Carol'

Westin Restin’ in Reston

New hotel to attract business travelers in business corridor.

Westin Restin’ in Reston

Getting To Know...

Marc Lewis, who performs with the Washington Revels.

Getting To Know...

Pinnacle of Achievement

Crime Solvers luncheon recognizes work of Fairfax County Police detectives.

Pinnacle of Achievement

Kelly Found Guilty of Chantilly Robbery

Kelly Found Guilty of Chantilly Robbery

Getting To Know ...

Blake Murphy, who helped run a highly successful food drive.

Getting To Know ...

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health Notes

Dec. 13-19

Health Notes

Volunteering

Volunteering

Health Notes

Health Notes

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

Bulletin Board

Dec. 13-19

Bulletin Board

Calendar

Dec. 13-19

Calendar

Calendar

Dec. 13-19

Calendar

Oh, Christmas Tree!

Loudoun County's Christmas Tree Farms Offer Family Fun.

Oh, Christmas Tree!

Fine Arts

Fine Arts

Bulletin Board

Dec. 13-19

Bulletin Board

Calendar

Calendar

Encouraging Female Engineers

Chantilly Academy offers all-girls course in engineering.

Encouraging Female Engineers

Judge Sets Deadline for Koger

Embattled management firm has until Feb. 8 to present reorganization plan.

Judge Sets Deadline for Koger

Getting To Know...

Robert Robinson Gales, who is president of a Vietnam veterans' association.

Getting To Know...

Woman Pleads Guilty to 3 Offenses

Woman Pleads Guilty to 3 Offenses

A Family Celebration

Burke retirement community throws holiday party for residents and their families.

A Family Celebration

37th District Recount Set for Next week

Candidates disagree over the degree to which votes should be studied.

37th District Recount Set for Next week

Stone Middle's 'Little Shop of Horrors'

Stone Middle's 'Little Shop of Horrors'

Girls Give High Marks to Engineering Program

Girls Give High Marks to Engineering Program

Kauffman Bids Farewell at Holiday Banquet

Les Dorson awards go to Wagner and Lusk.

Kauffman Bids Farewell at Holiday Banquet

New Community Center for City?

Council accepts $5 million donation for new community center, green lights Best Buy at Fair City Mall.

New Community Center for City?

Westfield High Presents 'Ho-Ho Holiday Shows'

Westfield High Presents 'Ho-Ho Holiday Shows'

37th Senate Recount Occurs Next Week

Candidates disagree over the degree to which votes should be studied.

37th Senate Recount Occurs Next Week

Viva la 'Revolution'

Robinson middle-schoolers present play based on Boston Tea Party.

Viva la 'Revolution'

It's Christmastime at Sunrise Senior Living

It's Christmastime at Sunrise Senior Living

Round Up

Round Up

Seasonal Affair

Supervisor wraps year with Taste of Braddock reception at her office.

Seasonal Affair

Holiday Accompaniment

Local ensemble performs at Christmas in Camp at Fort Ward Museum and Park.

Holiday Accompaniment

Community Hears Lake Barton Dam Plan

Lake Barton poses area flood risk and may have to expand, said officials.

Community Hears Lake Barton Dam Plan

Tuesday, December 11

Band Celebrates Holidays

Mayor narrates 'The Night Before Christmas'

Band Celebrates Holidays

Winter Wonderland

Winter Wonderland

Here Comes Santa, and Frosty, and Rudolph

Madison High School's Tiny Tots Concert is music and Magic for the little ones.

Here Comes Santa, and Frosty, and Rudolph

Uncovering the Seas

Uncovering the Seas

Art in Loudoun

Art in Loudoun

The ‘Unreal’ Life

Burke man fulfills life-long dream with publication of first novel.

The ‘Unreal’ Life

Town Loses ‘Heck of a Carpenter’

Friends remember Clifton carpenter Glen Longerbeam.

Town Loses ‘Heck of a Carpenter’

Safety at Work at Lake Anne

Safety at Work at Lake Anne

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Franklin Sherman Renovates

Parents and neighbors gather for final informational meeting before construction commences.

Franklin Sherman Renovates

Searching for Safe Toys

Toy stores take extra steps to ensure that their toys are safe this holiday season.

Searching for Safe Toys

Town Loses ‘Heck of a Carpenter’

Friends remember Clifton carpenter Glen Longerbeam.

Town Loses ‘Heck of a Carpenter’

Fighting for the Right To Slug

Springfield commuters lose slug lot.

Fighting for the Right To Slug

Celebrating Chanukah

Celebrating Chanukah

Pinebrook Visitors Raised in a Barn

Livestock visits elementary school that is helping to provide animals to the Third World.

Pinebrook Visitors Raised in a Barn

Children’s Librarian Leaves Fortnightly

Children’s Librarian Leaves Fortnightly

Families Tackle Teen Issues

Stories of success emerge at Family Connections open house.

Families Tackle Teen Issues

From Sand Hills to Alexandria

After a decade on the bench, Circuit Court Judge John Kloch will retire later this month.

From Sand Hills to Alexandria

Happy Hanukkah

Congregation Sha’are Shalom celebrates with a Hanukkah party.

Happy Hanukkah

Funny Money Passed To Rt.1 Stores

Funny Money Passed To Rt.1 Stores

Church Celebrates with Grace

Church Celebrates with Grace

Return to the Grave

After being accidentally exhumed 20 years ago, long-dead man to be reburied in January.

Return to the Grave

Economy Affects Local Charity

SHARE, Inc. sees increase in client needs as its annual “Christmas Store” event approaches.

Economy Affects Local Charity

Children’s Librarian Leaves Fortnightly

Children’s Librarian Leaves Fortnightly

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

The ‘Unreal’ Life

Burke man fulfills life-long dream with publication of first novel.

The ‘Unreal’ Life

Board Approves Arcola Center

Mixed-use development to be built just west of Dulles Airport.

Board Approves Arcola Center

Park Service Details Its Decision On JPP

Stakeholder meetings to have input on final design details.

Park Service Details Its Decision On JPP

Remembering Another December Morning

Area residents recall the stories of Pearl Harbor, 66 years later.

Remembering Another December Morning

Moms Are Networking

Under new leadership, the Loudoun Moms Network has a new technological format and membership has doubled in size.

Moms Are Networking

Creating Happy Holidays

At some shopping outlets, residents can place gifts under the trees of others.

Creating Happy Holidays

Dibella Promoted At Mt.Vernon Estate

More on-line marketing planned for year ahead

Dibella Promoted At Mt.Vernon Estate

Visions of Cherry Blossoms

Three Fairfax County dancers perform in the Washington Ballet's Nutcracker

Visions of Cherry Blossoms

Week In Herndon

Week In Herndon

Chamber Hosts Party for Children in Need

Vienna-Tysons Regional Chamber of Commerce hosts holiday party for children living in shelters this season.

Chamber Hosts Party for Children in Need

Pulling For New Anchor

Restonians start effort to get Bloom to replace Giant at Tall Oaks Shopping Center.

Pulling For New Anchor

Having Healthy Holidays

Most people skip workouts during the holiday, but that’s when exercise is needed the most.

Having Healthy Holidays

Week In McLean

Week In McLean

Diver Releases Book

Maria Di Paolo-Greer signs copies of underwater picture collection at Chantilly store.

Diver Releases Book

Fighting for the Right To Slug

Springfield commuters lose slug lot.

Fighting for the Right To Slug

Safety at Work at Lake Anne

Safety at Work at Lake Anne

Dinner at Woodlawn Plantation

Dinner at Woodlawn Plantation

Spreading Christmas Cheer

High-school students help promote holiday open house to benefit ALS Association.

Spreading Christmas Cheer

"We Need to Stay and Finish the Job"

Local service personnel, supporters share thoughts on Iraq war and mission remaining.

"We Need to Stay and Finish the Job"

New Year, New Leaders

South County Federation wraps up 2007 with elections, land-use decisions.

New Year, New Leaders

Judge Sets Deadline for Koger

Embattled management firm has until Feb. 8 to present reorganization plan.

Judge Sets Deadline for Koger

60 Inches of Hair

Haycock teachers team up to make a wig donation to Locks of Love.

60 Inches of Hair

Inova Celebrates 31st Chanukah

Inova Celebrates 31st Chanukah

What's In Your Water?

While not monitored as closely as surface water, groundwater quality can affect Fairfax County's environment.

What's In Your Water?

New Year, New Leaders

South County Federation wraps up 2007 with elections, land-use decisions.

New Year, New Leaders

Families Tackle Teen Issues

Stories of success emerge at Family Connections open house.

Families Tackle Teen Issues

What's In Your Water?

While not monitored as closely as surface water, groundwater quality can affect Fairfax County's environment.

What's In Your Water?

Back to the Past

Wolf Trap Elementary School students celebrate annual Colonial Day

Back to the Past

Parks Ask Public How to Change

PRCS convenes first public meeting in reconsideration of plans and goals.

Parks Ask Public How to Change

Great Falls Resident Stars in 'A Christmas Carol'

Forestville Elementary fifth grader lands his first professional role in the Ford’s Theatre production of the Charles Dickens classic.

Great Falls Resident Stars in 'A Christmas Carol'

Another Push for Familes

Coalition seeks to bring childcare funding to lawmakers’ attention.

Another Push for Familes

County Buys Several Acres from Leesburg

Loudoun to buy 145 acres for county facilities.

County Buys Several Acres from Leesburg

Freedom Of Speech?

American Renaissance conference sparks protests from Jewish group.

Freedom Of Speech?

Having Healthy Holidays

Having Healthy Holidays

JBG Wins Approval For Plan

Approval comes over concern of residents on traffic and density.

JBG Wins Approval For Plan

Pulling For New Anchor

Restonians start effort to get Bloom to replace Giant at Tall Oaks Shopping Center.

Pulling For New Anchor

High School Daze

Parents ask the School Board to institute mandatory substance-abuse education at T.C. Williams.

High School Daze

Moms Are Networking

Moms Are Networking

Council Notebook

Council Notebook

Strike Team Updates SBCA

Board of Director elections in January.

Strike Team Updates SBCA

Langley Students Walk for Homeless

Langley Students Walk for Homeless

New Community Center for City?

Council accepts $5 million donation for new community center, green lights Best Buy at Fair City Mall.

New Community Center for City?

County Buys Land

Loudoun to buy 145 acres for county facilities.

County Buys Land

Searching for Safe Toys

Searching for Safe Toys

SOS Means Help for Suspended Students

Huntington Support on Suspension site celebrates grand opening.

SOS Means Help for Suspended Students

Athletes Await Sportsplex

Park Authority Board hears market plan for Laurel Hill Sportsplex.

Athletes Await Sportsplex

Business Notes

Business Notes

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Christmas at Fort Ward

Christmas at Fort Ward

Freedom Of Speech?

American Renaissance conference sparks protests from Jewish group.

Freedom Of Speech?

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

News Briefs

News Briefs

Groveton Baptist Lights Up The Highway

Groveton Baptist Lights Up The Highway

Giving Trees Take Root

At some shopping outlets, residents can place gifts under the trees of others.

Giving Trees Take Root

Week In Great Falls

Week In Great Falls

Dam/Sediment

Lake Barton poses area flood risk and may have to expand, said officials.

Dam/Sediment

Shoes of a Different Color

West Springfield Elementary puts inclusive learning on a different foot.

Shoes of a Different Color

Chamber Hears Herrity's Priorities

Charitable organizations and business supporters honored.

Chamber Hears Herrity's Priorities

Preventing Suicide

Panel discussion examines a difficult topic with pleas of advocacy, statistics and hope.

Preventing Suicide

Saturday, December 8

Celebration of Differences

Celebration of Differences

Friday, December 7

Smith Re-elected to School Board

Smith Re-elected to School Board

Thursday, December 6

Budget Season Gets Underway

Budget Season Gets Underway

For the Love of Music

For the Love of Music

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Santa Comes To Town

Santa Comes To Town

Wednesday, December 5

Litzenberger is Appointed To Planning Commission

Litzenberger is Appointed To Planning Commission

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

Community

Community

Business Notes

Business Notes

Health Notes

Dec. 6-12

Health Notes

On Track for Fun

Railroad Museum draws rail enthusiasts to annual open house and model train show.

On Track for Fun

Small-Town Holiday

Horseback parade, homes tour kicks off the holiday season in the Town of Clifton.

Small-Town Holiday

Calendar

Dec. 6-12

Calendar

Calendar

Dec. 6-12

Calendar

Faith Notes

Dec. 6-12

Faith Notes

Fire Station 15 Honors Dallas Porter Hutchison

Fire Station 15 Honors Dallas Porter Hutchison

Health Notes

Health Notes

10 Years in Prison for Centreville Man

10 Years in Prison for Centreville Man

Round Up

Round Up

Children's Author Wows Them at Colin Powell

Children's Author Wows Them at Colin Powell

'Rudy and the Candy Cane Stocking'

'Rudy and the Candy Cane Stocking'

Bulletin Board

Dec. 6-12

Bulletin Board

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Planning Commission OKs Commerce Bank

Planning Commission OKs Commerce Bank

Stone's 'Little Shop of Horrors'

Stone's 'Little Shop of Horrors'

Bulletin Board

Dec. 6-12

Bulletin Board

People Notes

People Notes

Chanukah Magic

Area children welcome the holidays with a magic show at the Jewish Community Center Dec. 2.

Chanukah Magic

2008 Principal of Year

Brian Hull of Colin Powell Elementary is honored.

2008 Principal of Year

Energizers in State LEGO Robotics Competition

Energizers in State LEGO Robotics Competition

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Christmas in the City

The City of Fairfax celebrates the season Dec. 1 at the Festival of Lights and Carols.

Christmas in the City

ONC: Filling Holiday Dreams

ONC: Filling Holiday Dreams

Christmas at Chantilly High

Tiny Tots, Holiday Spectacular Shows, Dec. 12-14.

Christmas at Chantilly High

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Habitat Townhouses Dedicated

Two families own their own homes in Glenwood Mews.

Habitat Townhouses Dedicated

Tuesday, December 4

JBG Wins Approval For Plan

Approval comes over concern of residents on traffic and density.

JBG Wins Approval For Plan

Neighborhood in Transition

As density increases, Parker Gray struggles with violent crimes and a troubled elementary school.

Neighborhood in Transition

North County Calendar, Dec. 5

Reston, Herndon, Vienna, McLean, Great Falls

North County Calendar, Dec. 5

School Construction Ahead

Contract to be awarded in January for February groundbreaking on new elementary school.

School Construction Ahead

Friend of the Watershed

Award named for 'Father of the Occoquan' given to Supervisor Elaine McConnell.

Friend of the Watershed

KKK leaves Flyers

Several residents received Ku Klux Klan flyers.

KKK leaves Flyers

Golf Courses Aim for More Birdies

Algonkian and Brambleton are first two publicly owned Virginia courses named wildlife sanctuaries.

Golf Courses Aim for More Birdies

Spring in their Steps

Greenspring Village’s ‘Calendar Girls’ show off their giving spirit — and a little skin.

Spring in their Steps

Roasted Holiday

Area coffeehouses offer a wide assortment of holiday-themed drinks and treats.

Roasted Holiday

Here Comes Santa Claus

Here Comes Santa Claus

Privacy Violations in Campaign?

Fairfax County Public Schools found non compliant in parent’s complaint.

Privacy Violations in Campaign?

For the Love of Music

Program for young musicians holds instrument drive through December.

For the Love of Music

One Singular Sensation

Here now but possibly gone tomorrow -- don't miss out

One Singular Sensation

Council Elects New Co-Chairs

Council Elects New Co-Chairs

Making an Impact

Alexandria Community Impact Fund of the United Way directs contributions where they are needed.

Making an Impact

Air Board Again Denies Mirant Stack Merge Request

Governor signs contract to prevent electric grid overload

Air Board Again Denies Mirant Stack Merge Request

Erasing Forestdale’s ‘Island’

Moving just over 100 students would not fix overcrowding at Springfield Estates Elementary.

Erasing Forestdale’s ‘Island’

Residents Speak in Chorus

Virtually all speakers at hearing favor Oaklawn for next government center site.

Residents Speak in Chorus

Indoor Move for Vendor

Indoor Move for Vendor

Saluting Those Who Protect

Local schools and others appear for "We Salute You" at Sterling Chick-fil-A.

Saluting Those Who Protect

New Homes Sales Prices Increased

But sales volume drops precipitously

New Homes Sales Prices Increased

Annual Scottish Christmas Walk

Annual Scottish Christmas Walk

County Rejects ResTown

Officials say incorporation could lead to other splits in county.

County Rejects ResTown

Privacy Violations in Campaign?

Fairfax County Public Schools found non compliant in parent’s complaint.

Privacy Violations in Campaign?

Paul VI Expansion Plans Worry Neighbors

Future sports facility expansion plans could impede on historic residential property.

Paul VI Expansion Plans Worry Neighbors

Hollywood Meets History Or Vice Versa

History comes alive using action films in the classroom.

Hollywood Meets History Or Vice Versa

Burke VRE Trail Connections Near Completion

Burke Centre residents will soon have pedestrian access to train station.

Burke VRE Trail Connections Near Completion

Union Battle

Rival Alexandria police unions head to court for control over a $40,000 bank account.

Union Battle

Board Struggles with Immigration

Board considers various angles but has limited legal authority.

Board Struggles with Immigration

MoreTo Do

Board considers various angles but has limited legal authority.

MoreTo Do

Battle over Dulles Rail Becomes More Confusing

New Dulles Rail advocacy group appears after federal lawsuit filed.

Battle over Dulles Rail Becomes More Confusing

Dancing in the Holidays

Conservatory Ballet of Reston to perform "Nutcracker."

Dancing in the Holidays

'Lights of Love' Light Up The Night at IMVH

'Lights of Love' Light Up The Night at IMVH

Chamber Hears Herrity Priorities

Charitable organizations and their business supporters honored.

Chamber Hears Herrity Priorities

Cyclists Collect Bikes for Tots

Burke-area bicycle store and its customers strive to deliver bikes to needy children.

Cyclists Collect Bikes for Tots

KKK Leaves Flyers

Several residents received Ku Klux Klan flyers.

KKK Leaves Flyers

Boundaries to be Finalized

With three new elementary schools coming, Loudoun continues scrambling to keep up with growth.

Boundaries to be Finalized

Indoor Move for Vendor

Indoor Move for Vendor

Suspect Found Dead

Police investigation of sexual assault continues.

Suspect Found Dead

Faith Notes, Dec. 5

Faith Notes, Dec. 5

Boundary Bungle?

Residents show no satisfaction with four school redistricting proposals.

Boundary Bungle?

Two Bodies, Two Life Sentences

Argument over a game of dice may have led to a bloody double shooting on North Patrick Street.

Two Bodies, Two Life Sentences

Boundaries to be Finalized

With three new elementary schools coming, Loudoun continues scrambling to keep up with growth.

Boundaries to be Finalized

Trouble with Neighbors, Classmates and Friends

One Molotov cocktail, one abduction, and one pawned wedding ring detailed in McLean search warrants last week.

Trouble with Neighbors, Classmates and Friends

Dancing in the Holidays

Conservatory Ballet of Reston to perform "Nutcracker."

Dancing in the Holidays

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Arrest Made in Hit-and-Run

Police still search for "three unknown females" in hit-and-run fatality.

Arrest Made in Hit-and-Run

Obituary: Karen Marie Walden

Obituary: Karen Marie Walden

School Notes

School Notes

Obituary: Christopher McDonald Horne

Obituary: Christopher McDonald Horne

Golf Courses Aim for More Birdies

Algonkian and Brambleton are first two publicly owned Virginia courses named wildlife sanctuaries.

Golf Courses Aim for More Birdies

Bulletin Board, Dec. 5

Bulletin Board, Dec. 5

Boundary Bungle?

Residents show no satisfaction with four school redistricting proposals.

Boundary Bungle?

Community Notes

Community Notes

Residents Speak in Chorus

Virtually all speakers at hearing favor Oaklawn for next government center site.

Residents Speak in Chorus

Dancing in the Holidays

Conservatory Ballet of Reston to perform "Nutcracker."

Dancing in the Holidays

Well-Cultured Evening

Seneca Ridge Middle School stages International Night.

Well-Cultured Evening

Fighting AIDS, Child by Child

Family raises funds for AIDS charity.

Fighting AIDS, Child by Child

Community Notes, Dec. 5

Community Notes, Dec. 5

Council Tackles Final Hurdles

Clifton Council closes year with updates.

Council Tackles Final Hurdles

Budget Season Gets Underway

Superintendent Edgar Hatrick proposes a $801 million budget.

Budget Season Gets Underway

Monday, December 3

Should Parties Control Districts?

Will Senate Democrats support political redistricting reform now that they have control?

Should Parties Control Districts?

Should Parties Control Districts?

Will Senate Democrats support political redistricting reform now that they have control?

Should Parties Control Districts?

Alexandria/Mount Vernon Calendar Dec. 6-13

Alexandria/Mount Vernon Calendar Dec. 6-13

Alexandria/Mount Vernon Art Dec. 6-13

Alexandria/Mount Vernon Art Dec. 6-13

Arlington Calendar: Dec. 5-12

Arlington Calendar: Dec. 5-12

Alexandria Bulletin Dec. 5-12

Alexandria Bulletin Dec. 5-12

Senior Living Dec. 5-12

Senior Living Dec. 5-12

Mount Vernon Bulletin Dec. 5-12

Mount Vernon Bulletin Dec. 5-12

Faith Notes Dec. 6-13

Faith Notes Dec. 6-13