News for Wednesday, January 10, 2007

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Healthier Market Ahead in 2007

Calming housing market gives buyers more negotiating power.

Healthier Market Ahead in 2007

Reel Quality

Fairfax Station video producer wins international award.

Reel Quality

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Fight Week

Fight at Churchill and Benz’s response escalate into wider controversy about gangs, dress code and racial sensitivity.

Fight Week

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Roundups

Roundups

Car Show Yields Trust-Fund Money

Clifton event's proceeds go to slain police officers' families.

Car Show Yields Trust-Fund Money

Cool Vehicles Yield Trust-Fund Money

Clifton car show proceeds go to slain police officers' families.

Cool Vehicles Yield Trust-Fund Money

School Notes

School Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

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School Notes

Oak View Shows Off Technology

Japanese educators tour elementary school with eye on technology.

Oak View Shows Off Technology

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

School Notes

School Notes

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Faith Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Head of Class

Film Review

Head of Class

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Bulletin Board

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Calendar

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

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Calendar

Out, Out Damned…Dialogue

With Macbeth, Arlington’s Synetic Theatre is set to debut its second wordless interpretation of Shakespeare.

Out, Out Damned…Dialogue

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

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Calendar

Calendar

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Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Family Mourns Loss of 8-Year-old Son

Boy struck by car dies on Christmas Day.

Family Mourns Loss of 8-Year-old Son

Springfield's Big Night

Chamber recognizes John Bauer, Patricia Gauthier with citizenship awards.

Springfield's Big Night

Neighbors Mourn Man's Death

Chantilly man killed in motorcycle accident.

Neighbors Mourn Man's Death

Bulova Gears Up for Assembly Session

Election year heats up transportation initiatives among General Assembly members from Northern Virginia.

Bulova Gears Up for Assembly Session

Honoring Martin Luther King Jr.

Honoring Martin Luther King Jr.

City Cancels Lamb Center Deal

City Council moves to stop purchase agreement for proposed Lamb Center relocation site in Merrifield.

City Cancels Lamb Center Deal

Marsden Heads to Richmond

Transportation tops Marsden’s list of important legislative issues for his 41st District.

Marsden Heads to Richmond

Two-Alarm Fire Consumes Townhouse

Unattended candle causes estimated $404,000 damage.

Two-Alarm Fire Consumes Townhouse

Bulova Gears Up for Assembly Session

Election year heats up transportation initiatives among General Assembly members from Northern Virginia.

Bulova Gears Up for Assembly Session

Healthier Market Ahead in 2007

Calming housing market gives buyers more negotiating power.

Healthier Market Ahead in 2007

Agreeing To Disagree

George Mason-Braddock District Forum attracts concerned citizens from the neighborhood on two important issues.

Agreeing To Disagree

Reel Quality

Fairfax Station video producer wins international award.

Reel Quality

Show Fit for a 'King'

Elementary, middle and high school students band together for production of 'The King and I.'

Show Fit for a 'King'

Mailboxes Massacred

A suspect was caught on tape committing one of more than 20 acts of vandalism, but no clear image of the perpetrator's face could be attained.

Mailboxes Massacred

Fords Remembered at Holton

Friends and former teachers recall their years with Susan Ford and her family.

Fords Remembered at Holton

Hi-Tech Hide and Seek

Geocachers search for coordinates and "treasures" throughout Northern Virginia's parks.

Hi-Tech Hide and Seek

This Week in Potomac 1-10-07

This Week in Potomac 1-10-07

Escape Clause

Bill would help elderly, disabled residents caught in the midst of a condo conversion.

Escape Clause

One Last Go ’Round

Doors open to the past as the Great Falls Tavern prepares for extensive renovation.

One Last Go ’Round

Marsden Heads to Richmond

Transportation tops Marsden’s list of important legislative issues for his 41st District.

Marsden Heads to Richmond

Puller Identifies Top Priorities

2007 legislative session commences with a full hopper.

Puller Identifies Top Priorities

Agreeing To Disagree

George Mason-Braddock District Forum attracts concerned citizens from the neighborhood on two important issues.

Agreeing To Disagree

End of the Gun Show Loophole?

Devolites Davis wants to close “gun show loophole,” introduces about 30 other bills.

End of the Gun Show Loophole?

Reel Quality

Fairfax Station video producer wins international award.

Reel Quality

Whole Foods Set To Open

Whole Foods Set To Open

'Keep the Dream Alive'

CPMSAC, Westfield High PTSA host annual King Festival.

'Keep the Dream Alive'

Cuccinelli Sets Agenda

Transportation, mental health among his concerns.

Cuccinelli Sets Agenda

Reel Quality

Fairfax Station video producer wins international award.

Reel Quality

Historic District, Offices, Hotels To Be Discussed

Historic District, Offices, Hotels To Be Discussed

Dias Pleads Guilty to Gang Charge

Dias Pleads Guilty to Gang Charge

Robbery Yields 10 Years

Robbery Yields 10 Years

Supervisors Approve Fair Lakes PNC Bank

Supervisors Approve Fair Lakes PNC Bank

Reel Quality

Fairfax Station video producer wins international award.

Reel Quality