Stories for June 2007

Stories for June 2007

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Thursday, June 28

Obituary: Wyvona Lane

Obituary: Wyvona Lane

Calendar

Calendar

Cultural Coalescence on the National Mall

Smithsonian Folklife Festival puts Virginia's history in the spotlight.

Cultural Coalescence on the National Mall

Wednesday, June 27

Voice of an Angel

Burke resident performs in band, teaches music and heads Springfield music club.

Voice of an Angel

High-Risk Pregnancies

Inova Fair Oaks Hospital opens new center for women.

High-Risk Pregnancies

WFCM Outlines State of Budget

More volunteers, monetary and food donations are needed.

WFCM Outlines State of Budget

New Beginning for Rector, Christ the Redeemer Church

Former Episcopal church is now Anglican.

New Beginning for Rector, Christ the Redeemer Church

Fire Causes $285,000 Damage

Fire Causes $285,000 Damage

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Citizens Rally Against State Action

Governor and Mirant linked in minds and signs at rally.

Citizens Rally Against State Action

City Stalls Mirant

VDEQ chastised for reversal of its own recommendation.

City Stalls Mirant

Matthew Ziegler Earns Rank of Eagle Scout

Matthew Ziegler Earns Rank of Eagle Scout

Students Raise, Release Shad

Greenbriar West students return fish to Potomac River.

Students Raise, Release Shad

Sully Site Gets New Entrance

Sully Site Gets New Entrance

More than 700 Graduate from Westfield

More than 700 Graduate from Westfield

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Hams Have a Field Day

Amateur radio operators take over Burke Lake Park.

Hams Have a Field Day

Health Notes

Health Notes

Martinez & Guthrie Unplugged

Band featured on XM Satellite Radio to perform in McLean

Martinez & Guthrie Unplugged

Voice of an Angel

Burke resident performs in band, teaches music and heads Springfield music club.

Voice of an Angel

Voice of an Angel

Burke resident performs in band, teaches music and heads Springfield music club.

Voice of an Angel

The $2.5 Million Dam

Dam plans for Royal Lake updated.

The $2.5 Million Dam

3 People Indicted by the Grand Jury

3 People Indicted by the Grand Jury

Young Found Guilty of Bank Robbery

Six years prison is jury's recommendation.

Young Found Guilty of Bank Robbery

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Week in Reston

Week in Reston

School Notes

School Notes

Voice of an Angel

Burke resident performs in band, teaches music and heads Springfield music club.

Voice of an Angel

School Notes

School Notes

Stingrays Splash

Saratoga Pool swim team practices kicks and strokes for its 2007 season.

Stingrays Splash

Pause And Remember

Blue Star Memorial dedicated in Springfield.

Pause And Remember

Woman Inspires Others To Help

Church volunteers pass out socks, clothing to Haiti residents.

Woman Inspires Others To Help

A Place To Jam

Owner David Evans opens Acoustic Music store to encourage musicians of all levels to play.

A Place To Jam

Week in Vienna

Week in Vienna

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

People Notes

People Notes

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Community Notes

Community Notes

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Business

Business

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Volunteering

Volunteering

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Community Notes

Community Notes

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Business

Business

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Civic Calendar

Civic Calendar

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Theater

Theater

Funding Plan Receives Public Support

Funding Plan Receives Public Support

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

New Laws Take Effect July 1

New Laws Take Effect July 1

Loudoun Theater

Loudoun Theater

Shabbat under the Stars

Clifton residents celebrate an outdoor Shabbat in that park June 22.

Shabbat under the Stars

Calendar

Calendar

School Notes

School Notes

Loudoun Calendar

Loudoun Calendar

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Loudoun Ongoing Events

Loudoun Ongoing Events

School Notes

School Notes

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Rock Out against Cancer

Local bands join for benefit tour.

Rock Out against Cancer

School Notes

School Notes

Rock On against Cancer

Local bands join for benefit tour.

Rock On against Cancer

Music for Music's Sake

Music for Music's Sake

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Connecting on the Green

Artist Profile

Connecting on the Green

Voice of an Angel

Burke resident performs in band, teaches music and heads Springfield music club.

Voice of an Angel

Hams Have a Field Day

Amateur radio operators take over Burke Lake Park.

Hams Have a Field Day

Ollie Up

Skaters, musicians turn out for Skate Fest 2007 in Van Dyck Park.

Ollie Up

Student Assembly Line

Students makes hats as part of Fairfax woman's project.

Student Assembly Line

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Art in Loudoun

Art in Loudoun

Theater

Theater

Hams Have a Field Day

Amateur radio operators take over Burke Lake Park

Hams Have a Field Day

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Man Charged with Robbery, Abduction

Man Charged with Robbery, Abduction

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Fine Arts

Fine Arts

Tuesday, June 26

Obituary: Michael Joseph Hay

Obituary: Michael Joseph Hay

Military Notes

Military Notes

Eleanor Kennedy Dies After Long Illness

Eleanor Kennedy, founder of New Hope Housing in Mount Vernon, died in Charlottesville.

Eleanor Kennedy Dies After Long Illness

Grill Easy

Sterling Business Delivers Propane, Just in Time for Cookouts

Grill Easy

Schools June 28-July 4

Schools June 28-July 4

MCF Seeks Resident Input

MCF Seeks Resident Input

Developing Exceptions

City Council approves special uses and exceptions to the City Code for two large developments

Developing Exceptions

Run Not Just for Fun

Corbin's Fun Run will raise money to help families of children with congenital heart defects.

Run Not Just for Fun

Difference to Many

Nativity Church has raised more than $1.5 million for Haiti's poor

Difference to Many

The Talent Upload

You Tube meets America’s Got Talent on Performster.com, launching July 4.

The Talent Upload

Ty Herndon's New Tune

Country singer takes pride in revamped life.

Ty Herndon's New Tune

Fine Arts June 28-July 3

Fine Arts June 28-July 3

This Week in Potomac 6-27-07

This Week in Potomac 6-27-07

Crime Wave Rolls Through Bethesda

Police investigating 105 car thefts in 14 days

Crime Wave Rolls Through Bethesda

Clubs & Organizations June 28-July 3

Clubs & Organizations June 28-July 3

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Volunteers - June

Volunteers - June

Bidding Farewell to Henry Bibber

Outgoing community development head leaves legacy of Herndon landmarks.

Bidding Farewell to Henry Bibber

Area History Teacher To Receive $5,000 Award

Area History Teacher To Receive $5,000 Award

Man, Shot To Death, Found in Lorton

Man, Shot To Death, Found in Lorton

Independence Day At The General's Home

Independence Day At The General's Home

Calendar June 28-July 4

Calendar June 28-July 4

City Rains Down on Business

City denies dancing and entertainment permit for Rain Restaurant and Lounge.

City Rains Down on Business

No Jail Time for AGSL Coach

Softball coach’s sentence suspended, receives probation.

No Jail Time for AGSL Coach

Minshew Encourages Students to Keep on Showing Up

Park View High School Graduates Class of 2007

Minshew Encourages Students to Keep on Showing Up

Area History Teacher To Receive $5,000 Award

Area History Teacher To Receive $5,000 Award

Senior Living June 28-July 3

Senior Living June 28-July 3

Making Their Mark

Graduates told to "Despise Mediocrity!"

Making Their Mark

Where Children Leave

FISH gains from youngsters' bake sale.

Where Children Leave

Third Graders Experience Virtual Lesson

Computer technology helps Spring Hill students learn about Mayan culture.

Third Graders Experience Virtual Lesson

Iranian Art Revolution

Arlington exhibit partners with showcase in Tehran.

Iranian Art Revolution

Teenagers, Theater and the Great Outdoors

Local theater company Traveling Players Ensemble named “Summer School in the Arts” by National Endowment for the Arts.

Teenagers, Theater and the Great Outdoors

Candidate: It’s About Growth

Huhtala vows changes in decision process.

Candidate: It’s About Growth

Town Receives Bids for New Labor Site

Herndon has received two bids from potential operators looking to limit site access to legal U.S. residents.

Town Receives Bids for New Labor Site

More Beautiful Braddock

Supervisor Sharon Bulova hosts spring meeting to promote countywide code enforcement initiative.

More Beautiful Braddock

Freedom Celebrates Its First

Class of 2007: First to Graduate Freedom High School

Freedom Celebrates Its First

If Walls Could Talk

Couple plans to wed in the same room where 1831 nuptials were exchanged.

If Walls Could Talk

Chamber Turns 25

Reston Chamber of Commerce celebrates anniversary.

Chamber Turns 25

Slow Down

County planners need more knowledge of Lake Anne’s physical constraints before writing plan amendment text.

Slow Down

Spirited 4th of July Celebration

Fireworks, music, games and crafts to mark Independence Day.

Spirited 4th of July Celebration

Military Notes

Military Notes

Run Not Just for Fun

Corbin's Fun Run will raise money to help families of children with congenital heart defects.

Run Not Just for Fun

Neighborhood: Seminary Valley June 28-July 4

Neighborhood: Seminary Valley June 28-July 4

Run Not Just for Fun

Corbin's Fun Run will raise money to help families of children with congenital heart defects.

Run Not Just for Fun

Skate Park Considered

Officials, staff initiate studies into potential future park for town’s skaters.

Skate Park Considered

More Beautiful Braddock

Supervisor Sharon Bulova hosts spring meeting to

More Beautiful Braddock

The Discriminating Thief

Old Town ceiling burglar strikes at some of Alexandria’s best-known eateries.

The Discriminating Thief

Breaking Glass Ceilings

GWEN wants to encourage her sisters to run for public office.

Breaking Glass Ceilings

Obituary: Michael Joseph Hay

Obituary: Michael Joseph Hay

Death in the Mixing Bowl: The perfect storm

The Beltway experience can be a deadly one for any driver.

Death in the Mixing Bowl: The perfect storm

Neighborhood: Taylor Run June 28-July 4

Neighborhood: Taylor Run June 28-July 4

Sock Monkeys and Fireworks

Southern Fairfax County celebrates the Fourth.

Sock Monkeys and Fireworks

Council Notebook

Council Notebook

Change of Command

New German commander in Reston.

Change of Command

Volunteers - June

Volunteers - June

Clubs & Organizations June 27-July 3

Clubs & Organizations June 27-July 3

Cultural Coalescence on the National Mall

Smithsonian Folklife Festival puts Virginia’s history in the spotlight.

Cultural Coalescence on the National Mall

Helping Others as a 'Two-Way Street'

Vienna resident receives recognition for work with senior citizens

Helping Others as a 'Two-Way Street'

Neighborhood: Old Town June 28-July 4

Neighborhood: Old Town June 28-July 4

Starting Over on Wiehle Development

Contract between Fairfax County and Comstock Companies falls through.

Starting Over on Wiehle Development

Survivor Story

Grandfather testifies against his own grandson after a triple shooting in Old Towne West.

Survivor Story

From Education to Ice Cream

Mayor Tom Peterson retires as teacher, launches career as ice cream vendor.

From Education to Ice Cream

Ham Radio Operators Have A ‘Field Day’

Ham operators test their ability to function under emergency conditions.

Ham Radio Operators Have A ‘Field Day’

Schools June 27-July 3

Schools June 27-July 3

Atlas to the Rescue

Think St. Bernard dogs are just for snow-capped mountains? Think again.

Atlas to the Rescue

Ham Radio Operators Have A ‘Field Day’

Ham operators test their ability to function under emergency conditions.

Ham Radio Operators Have A ‘Field Day’

The Fine Language of Saving Forests

Public officials, developers, and environmentalists tackle the county’s Forest Conservation Law.

The Fine Language of Saving Forests

Class of 2007 Falcons Soar

Briar Woods High School Graduates Class of 2007

Class of 2007 Falcons Soar

Motion to Rescind Fails

School Board denies an effort to rescind a controversial vote regarding superintendent’s contract.

Motion to Rescind Fails

Schools June 28-July 5

Schools June 28-July 5

Facing World of Opportunity

Stone Bridge graduates 374 seniors.

Facing World of Opportunity

Boat Brings Exploration Back To The Future

21st century technology joins a 17th century voyage.

Boat Brings Exploration Back To The Future

Getting to Know … Mike Lane

Getting to Know … Mike Lane

Sock Monkeys and Fireworks

Southern Fairfax County celebrates the Fourth.

Sock Monkeys and Fireworks

Parental Concerns

Arakelian challenges Gibson.

Parental Concerns

Military Notes

Military Notes

Sock Monkeys and Fireworks

Southern Fairfax County celebrates the Fourth.

Sock Monkeys and Fireworks

Candidate: It’s About Growth

Huhtala vows changes in decision process.

Candidate: It’s About Growth

Parental Concerns

Arakelian challenges Gibson.

Parental Concerns

Third Graders Experience Virtual Lesson

Computer technology helps Spring Hill students learn about Mayan culture.

Third Graders Experience Virtual Lesson

Oceanic Overdrive

Oceanic Overdrive

Gas Station Deferred, Car Wash Pushes Onward

The future of two properties at the corner of Lorton Road and Lorton Market Street remains undetermined.

Gas Station Deferred, Car Wash Pushes Onward

Fine Art June 28-July 4

Fine Art June 28-July 4

3 Witches and a Deliciously Devilish Kudisch

Signature Gives "Eastwick" Musical Its US Premiere

3 Witches and a Deliciously Devilish Kudisch

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Neighborhood: Seminary Valley June 28-July 4

Neighborhood: Seminary Valley June 28-July 4

Fine Arts June 28-July 4

Fine Arts June 28-July 4

Man, Shot To Death, Found in Lorton

Man, Shot To Death, Found in Lorton

Fun on the Fourth

Fun on the Fourth

Store Manager Tills Up Mortar

Live Mortar Shell Found in Sterling

Store Manager Tills Up Mortar

Merchant Honored for Outstanding Service

Merchant Honored for Outstanding Service

Where Children Lead

FISH gains from youngsters' bake sale

Where Children Lead

Calendar June 28-July 5

Calendar June 28-July 5

Passing the Pineapple

After 29 years, Golden Pineapple owner Barbara Ximnoch retires.

Passing the Pineapple

Independence Day At The General's Home

Independence Day At The General's Home

Ty Herndon's New Tune

Country singer takes pride in revamped life.

Ty Herndon's New Tune

Obituary: Michael Joseph Hay

Obituary: Michael Joseph Hay

From Education to Ice Cream

Mayor Tom Peterson retires as teacher, launches career as ice cream vendor.

From Education to Ice Cream

Neighborhood: Taylor Run June 28-July 4

Neighborhood: Taylor Run June 28-July 4

No Blood? Not Bad

Film Review

No Blood? Not Bad

Class of 2007 Marks 10-Year Anniversary

Potomac Falls Graduates Top Students

Class of 2007 Marks 10-Year Anniversary

Cryor Back on Board

Former Delegate Jean Cryor named is named to fill a vacancy on the Montgomery County Planning Board.

Cryor Back on Board

Calendar June 28-July 5

Calendar June 28-July 5

Echoes of History

Glen Echo Park offers diverse cultural opportunities in historic surroundings.

Echoes of History

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Dominion Graduates Adhere to Traditions

Titans Celebrate Graduation

Dominion Graduates Adhere to Traditions

July In Italy

Great Falls Madeira student heads to Rome for prestigious month-long opera program.

July In Italy

Candidates Highlight Safety Concerns

Along with education, law enforcement played a major role in county’s growth.

Candidates Highlight Safety Concerns

Gas Station Deferred, Car Wash Pushes Onward

The future of two properties at the corner of Lorton Road and Lorton Market Street remains undetermined.

Gas Station Deferred, Car Wash Pushes Onward

Electromagnetic Tomorrowland

Electromagnetic Tomorrowland

County Pitches New Fire Station

Fairfax County looks to replace Herndon’s fire house, the county’s oldest.

County Pitches New Fire Station

Cure Autism Now 5K Approaches

Cure Autism Now 5K Approaches

Volunteers - June

Volunteers - June

Clubs & Organizations June 27-July 3

Clubs & Organizations June 27-July 3

More Beautiful Braddock

Supervisor Sharon Bulova hosts spring meeting to promote countywide code enforcement initiative.

More Beautiful Braddock

A Hike and a Journey

River Falls women hiked the Grand Canyon to raise money and awareness to fight leukemia and lymphoma.

A Hike and a Journey

Happy Birthday America

The City of Fairfax to welcome a special guest and sponsor to its 41st annual Independence Day celebration.

Happy Birthday America

Neighborhood: Old Town June 28-July 4

Neighborhood: Old Town June 28-July 4

Smith's Shallop Brings Exploration Back To The Future

21st century technology joins a 17th century voyage.

Smith's Shallop Brings Exploration Back To The Future

'Music Under the Stars'

Long-standing free concert series continues offering residents an early break from the week.

'Music Under the Stars'

Monday, June 25

The End Of The Line

Arlington grads close a chapter in their lives, go forth into the real world.

The End Of The Line

A Truly International Market

A traditional Islamic grocer has lots of global company in Arlington.

A Truly International Market

Sunday, June 24

The Virginian Returns

Living legend comes back to Alexandria

The Virginian Returns

Thursday, June 21

Thrill of the Grill

Two local teams fire-up for national barbecue competition.

Thrill of the Grill

Madison Student Joins United Planet

Vienna teen plans to volunteer in Guatemalan women and children's shelter.

Madison Student Joins United Planet

McLean Woman Nominated for Honor

Woman of the Year nominee Siu Cheung of McLean.

McLean Woman Nominated for Honor

Wednesday, June 20

Art in Loudoun

Art in Loudoun

Leaving the Nest

This year’s flock of Hawks bids farewell to Hayfield Secondary.

Leaving the Nest

Health Notes

Health Notes

New Building Plan for Fair Lakes

Offices, homes, retail, hotel are proposed.

New Building Plan for Fair Lakes

Wrongful Death in Aaron Brown Case

Alexandria officials and family members agree to a $1.1 million settlement.

Wrongful Death in Aaron Brown Case

A Last Look Back

Lee's Class of 2007 remembers and looks ahead at Monday's graduation.

A Last Look Back

Health Notes

Health Notes

Petite Chef

Kings Glen student’s breakfast parfait wins cooking prize.

Petite Chef

School Notes

School Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Scouts Help Honor Flag Day

Scouts Help Honor Flag Day

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

With ‘High Spirits,’ Spartans Graduate

Class of 2007 helped establish scholarship fund in memory of Virginia Tech shooting victim.

With ‘High Spirits,’ Spartans Graduate

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Dreams Dashed

Friends and family remember crash victims as women with bright futures.

Dreams Dashed

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Business Notes

Business Notes

People

People

‘First in, First Out’

South County Secondary’s first senior class celebrates its graduation.

‘First in, First Out’

Leaving the Nest

This year’s flock of Hawks bids farewell to Hayfield Secondary.

Leaving the Nest

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Volunteering

Volunteering

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

Operation Pink Pamper

Wives of U.S. military receive a day of makeovers, manicures and spa treatments.

Operation Pink Pamper

Civic Calendar

Civic Calendar

Peele Sentenced to 15 Years

Judge calls sentence ‘just’ for woman who drove wrong way on I-66, killing a woman.

Peele Sentenced to 15 Years

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Dinner and A Show

Montgomery College Summer Dinner Theater Program presents two musicals.

Dinner and A Show

Theater

Theater

Pleasant Valley Getting Aircraft Noise-Monitoring

Pleasant Valley Getting Aircraft Noise-Monitoring

Getting to Know...

Mark Israel and Judith Lesser

Getting to Know...

Fine Arts

Fine Arts

‘DOA’: Dreadful or Awesome?

Film Review

‘DOA’: Dreadful or Awesome?

Calendar

Calendar

Turnpike Sports Blue Star

Turnpike Sports Blue Star

Loudoun Theater

Loudoun Theater

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Eagle Scout Success

Boy Scout Troop 577 removes asphalt in Little Rocky Run.

Eagle Scout Success

How the Pros Grill at Home

Chefs share their hot tips for summer cooking.

How the Pros Grill at Home

Peele Sentenced to 15 Years

Judge calls sentence ‘just’ for woman who drove wrong way on I-66, killing a woman.

Peele Sentenced to 15 Years

Leaving the Nest

This year’s flock of Hawks bids farewell to Hayfield Secondary.

Leaving the Nest

Loudoun Calendar

Loudoun Calendar

Loudoun Ongoing Events

Loudoun Ongoing Events

‘Rise’ Falls Fantastically

Film Review

‘Rise’ Falls Fantastically

More Prison Time for Bank Robbers

Loudoun sentences both Rogers and Young.

More Prison Time for Bank Robbers

Restoring the Past

Artist Profile

Restoring the Past

Martinez Pleads Guilty: 3 Burglary Charges

Martinez Pleads Guilty: 3 Burglary Charges

Church for the Ages

Pender United Methodist celebrates 100 years.

Church for the Ages

Rev. Hagstrom Celebrates 30 Years

Rev. Hagstrom Celebrates 30 Years

Eno's Charges Go to Grand Jury

Eno's Charges Go to Grand Jury

Caputo Gets Arc Leadership Award

Caputo Gets Arc Leadership Award

Hats Off to Chantilly High's Class of '07

Hats Off to Chantilly High's Class of '07

Nearly 500 Graduate from Centreville High

Nearly 500 Graduate from Centreville High

Commerce Bank is Proposed for Chantilly

Commerce Bank is Proposed for Chantilly

‘First in, First Out’

South County Secondary’s first senior class celebrates its graduation.

‘First in, First Out’

Peele Sentenced to 15 Years in Prison

She caused fatal crash while high on drugs.

Peele Sentenced to 15 Years in Prison

Calendar

Calendar

Mountain View School Holds Graduation

Mountain View School Holds Graduation

Sully Station Swim Team Holds Car Wash for Reema and Erin

Sully Station Swim Team Holds Car Wash for Reema and Erin

Petite Chef

Kings Glen student’s breakfast parfait wins cooking prize.

Petite Chef

Peele Sentenced to 15 Years

Judge calls sentence ‘just’ for woman who drove wrong way on I-66, killing a woman.

Peele Sentenced to 15 Years

Young Hee Kwon Pleads Guilty to Identity Fraud

Young Hee Kwon Pleads Guilty to Identity Fraud

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Johnson Pleads Guilty to Dealing Coke

Johnson Pleads Guilty to Dealing Coke

With ‘High Spirits,’ Spartans Graduate

Class of 2007 helped establish scholarship fund in memory of Virginia Tech shooting victim.

With ‘High Spirits,’ Spartans Graduate

Student Spends Summer at MIT

Jeff Chen to attend 24th annual Research Science Institute.

Student Spends Summer at MIT

‘DOA’: Dreadful or Awesome?

Film Review

‘DOA’: Dreadful or Awesome?

Jim Latt is Retiring from Centreville Elementary

Jim Latt is Retiring from Centreville Elementary

Business Notes

Business Notes

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Field Dedicated to Baseball Activist

CYA coach remembered with naming of Franklin Farms Park.

Field Dedicated to Baseball Activist

Health Notes

Health Notes

Off to 'Tackle the World'

Edison graduates share words of wisdom.

Off to 'Tackle the World'

Petite Chef

Kings Glen student’s breakfast parfait wins cooking prize.

Petite Chef

Dreams Dashed

Friends and family remember crash victims as women with bright futures.

Dreams Dashed

School Notes

School Notes

Petite Chef

Kings Glen student’s breakfast parfait wins cooking prize.

Petite Chef

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Tuesday, June 19

Sons of Liberty

After IOTA gig, country band will sing for U.S. soldiers.

Sons of Liberty

Recent Grads Bolt for Beach

Students from local schools enjoy notorious week of fun at Beach Week.

Recent Grads Bolt for Beach

This Week in Potomac 6-20-07

This Week in Potomac 6-20-07

Alexandria Bulletin June 21-28

Alexandria Bulletin June 21-28

Obituary: James A. Blaser Dies

Obituary: James A. Blaser Dies

Friends Soar for Animals in Potomac

Love for animals a common bond for 33-year-old nonprofit's volunteers.

Friends Soar for Animals in Potomac

Clubs & Organizations-June

Clubs & Organizations-June

Cavalier Approach to Graduation

Woodson students enjoy light-hearted commencement

Cavalier Approach to Graduation

Trio of Actresses Sparkle in 'Smell'

Port City’s Comedy Delights At Lee Center

Trio of Actresses Sparkle in 'Smell'

Cougars Take Next Step

Oakton Class of 2007 hears lessons of social responsibility at graduation ceremony.

Cougars Take Next Step

Cavalier Approach to Graduation

Woodson students enjoy light-hearted commencement

Cavalier Approach to Graduation

A Little TLC for Braddock Road

Partnership provides creative maintenance program for an 8.5-mile stretch of Braddock Road.

A Little TLC for Braddock Road

Area History Teacher To Receive $5,000 Award

Area History Teacher To Receive $5,000 Award

Streamlining the Schools

Efficiency review of school division suggests 72 recommendations at a cost of $8.4 million.

Streamlining the Schools

Rebels To Soar as Individuals

Fairfax High School graduates prepare for life after high school.

Rebels To Soar as Individuals

Vienna Raises Water, Sewer Rates

Town continues to rank among region’s highest prices in water, sewer service.

Vienna Raises Water, Sewer Rates

Improvements to be Unveiled

Runnymede Park project utilizes state grants, comes in short of original estimated cost.

Improvements to be Unveiled

Sons of Liberty

After IOTA gig, country band will sing for U.S. soldiers.

Sons of Liberty

Growing Up Fast

Class of 2007

Growing Up Fast

Schools June 20-27

Schools June 20-27

Fine Arts Exhibits June 21-27

Fine Arts Exhibits June 21-27

Where is the Time Capsule?

Existence of a long-lost memento is confirmed by a recently unearthed program.

Where is the Time Capsule?

Trio of Actresses Sparkle in 'Smell'

Trio of Actresses Sparkle in 'Smell'

Rising to the Top

Bells Mill fourth-graders look ahead to summers of fun and their future as the leaders of their school.

Rising to the Top

Faith Notes June 21-28

Faith Notes June 21-28

On Your Mark …

Montgomery County Swim League season begins.

On Your Mark …

Health & Fitness June 20-27

Health & Fitness June 20-27

Seahawks Take Flight to Future

Class of 2007 takes next step in life.

Seahawks Take Flight to Future

Cultural Coalescence on the National Mall

Smithsonian Folklife Festival puts Virginia’s history in the spotlight.

Cultural Coalescence on the National Mall

Cavalier Approach to Graduation

Woodson students enjoy light-hearted commencement

Cavalier Approach to Graduation

Council Notebook

Council Notebook

DEQ To Approve Mirant Stack Merger

Air Board May 23 decision would be nullified by DEQ action.

DEQ To Approve Mirant Stack Merger

Action for Housing

Nonprofit advocating affordable housing wins the Alexandria Gazette Packet Award.

Action for Housing

Calendar June 21-28

Calendar June 21-28

Jones Point Park Meeting Set For June 27

This session will be purely informational -- comments afterward.

Jones Point Park Meeting Set For June 27

School Questions Journalists’ Integrity

Lake Braddock Secondary responds to controversial edition of the student newspaper after parents complain.

School Questions Journalists’ Integrity

Arrest Made in Hit-and-Run

Police charge brother of suspected driver in November hit-and-run death.

Arrest Made in Hit-and-Run

Wrongful Death in Aaron Brown Case

Alexandria officials and family members agree to a $1.1 million settlement.

Wrongful Death in Aaron Brown Case

T.C.Williams Grads Receive Mirant Scholarships

The joint program with WMS helps students with financial needs.

T.C.Williams Grads Receive Mirant Scholarships

Burning Flags, With Respect

American Legion "fittingly destroys" old flags

Burning Flags, With Respect

Faith Notes June 21-27

Faith Notes June 21-27

Long Journey Home

Class of 2007

Long Journey Home

Health & Fitness June 21-28

Health & Fitness June 21-28

Pedestrian Plaza Nixed

City Council votes to kill pedestrian plaza, but the concept might make a comeback.

Pedestrian Plaza Nixed

School Questions Journalists’ Integrity

Lake Braddock Secondary responds to controversial edition of the student newspaper after parents complain.

School Questions Journalists’ Integrity

Area History Teacher To Receive $5,000 Award

Area History Teacher To Receive $5,000 Award

Alexandria Bulletin June 21-28

Alexandria Bulletin June 21-28

Election Slate Set

Ryan, Simpson to Run as Independents

Election Slate Set

Obituary: James A. Blaser Dies

Obituary: James A. Blaser Dies

Fine and French

New restaurant at the Bailiwick Inn adheres to same fine dining principles as the one that preceded it.

Fine and French

Health & Fitness June 21-28

Health & Fitness June 21-28

Clubs & Organizations-June

Clubs & Organizations-June

A Little TLC for Braddock Road

Partnership provides creative maintenance program for an 8.5-mile stretch of Braddock Road.

A Little TLC for Braddock Road

Calendar June 21-28

Calendar June 21-28

Sons of Liberty

After IOTA gig, country band will sing for U.S. soldiers.

Sons of Liberty

Lesson in Perseverance

Class of 2007

Lesson in Perseverance

Marshall Grads Told: ‘Stay Out of Fargo’

Marshall Grads Told: ‘Stay Out of Fargo’

Which Town Services?

RCA hosts meeting on proposal to incorporate Reston into a town.

Which Town Services?

Volunteers-June

Volunteers-June

Student Gets a Second Chance

Class of 2007

Student Gets a Second Chance

Trio of Actresses Sparkle in 'Smell'

Port City’s Comedy Delights At Lee Center

Trio of Actresses Sparkle in 'Smell'

Triathlete Balances Work, Family, Health

Living up to commitments, a Herndon father strives for national championship.

Triathlete Balances Work, Family, Health

Finding the Balance

Class of 2007

Finding the Balance

Senior Living June 20-27

Senior Living June 20-27

Moving Day for GSA

Rental Fees Force GSA to Move

Moving Day for GSA

So Long Herndon High

Class of 2007 reflects on past, embraces future.

So Long Herndon High

Man Victim of Mob Assault

Suspects Slash Tires, Assault Victim

Man Victim of Mob Assault

Civic Calendar June 21-27

Civic Calendar June 21-27

Fine Arts June 21-28

Fine Arts June 21-28

Clubs & Organizations-June

Clubs & Organizations-June

Faith Notes June 21-28

Faith Notes June 21-28

Calendar June 21-27

Calendar June 21-27

Rams Pushing On

Robinson commencement sends graduates out into the world.

Rams Pushing On

Rams Pushing On

Robinson commencement sends graduates out into the world.

Rams Pushing On

Health & Fitness June 21-28

Health & Fitness June 21-28

Zelaya’s Smile Transcends Borders

Class of 2007

Zelaya’s Smile Transcends Borders

A Reason for Hope at Scotland

Scotland Community Center gets preliminary recommendation to be torn down and rebuilt.

A Reason for Hope at Scotland

Clubs & Organizations-June

Clubs & Organizations-June

Eyesore Subject

Proposal aims to maintain visual beauty and environmental integrity of the C&O Canal.

Eyesore Subject

Retiring from HHS

Diverse exiting staff includes school’s liaison police officer, counselors and coaches.

Retiring from HHS

Affordable Housing Sits Vacant

Affordable Housing Sits Vacant

Roller Derby: A New Outlet for Women

Zachman Joins Roller Derby League

Roller Derby: A New Outlet for Women

Calendar: June 20-26

Calendar: June 20-26

Potomac Builders Support Habitat for Humanity

Potomac Builders Support Habitat for Humanity

Another Vision for Lake Anne

Local residents present comprehensive plan alternative for Lake Anne.

Another Vision for Lake Anne

Life in the Lanes

Pools progress through changing times

Life in the Lanes

Schools June 21-28

Schools June 21-28

Driver Gets 40 Years

Young Plans to Appeal Sentence

Driver Gets 40 Years

Night and Day at Nottoway

Night and Day at Nottoway

More Than Meets the Eye

Class of 2007

More Than Meets the Eye

Sterling Teen Missing

Sterling Teen Missing

Regional Acute Care Center Planned

Lorton Healthplex scheduled for 2010.

Regional Acute Care Center Planned

Fine Arts June 21-28

Fine Arts June 21-28

Rams Pushing On

Robinson commencement sends graduates out into the world.

Rams Pushing On

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Monday, June 18

Building Knowledge

An elementary school’s architecture program teaches children in unusual ways.

Building Knowledge

Ready for the Big Time

Churchill seniors graduate and prepare for life after high school.

Ready for the Big Time

Back To Court They Go

The County Board is facing another lawsuit over a high-rise project.

Back To Court They Go

Week In Arlington

Week In Arlington

Sunday, June 17

Catherine Winkler Herman Dies.

Philanthropist remembered as a woman of true beauty and strength.

Catherine Winkler Herman Dies.

Thursday, June 14

Connection Photo Galleries

Connection Photo Galleries

Connection Photo Galleries

Connection Photo Galleries

Wednesday, June 13

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

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

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Neighborhood: Old Town June 13-20

Neighborhood: Old Town June 13-20

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

People Notes

People Notes

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Business Notes

Business Notes

Neighborhood: Old Town June 13-20

Neighborhood: Old Town June 13-20

Getting to Know...

Talia Gottlieb

Getting to Know...

Civic Calendar

Civic Calendar

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Polo Pool Party

Inner tube league blends social fun with aquatic athletics.

Polo Pool Party

This Ernest Isn't Too Earnest

Wilde's witty comedy of manners opens.

This Ernest Isn't Too Earnest

This Ernest Isn't Too Earnest

Wilde's witty comedy of manners opens.

This Ernest Isn't Too Earnest

Almost A Comedy Of Mannerisms

Director puts distinctive stamp on Little Theatre show.

Almost A Comedy Of Mannerisms

Art in Loudoun

Art in Loudoun

Cooking on the Farm

Cooking on the Farm

Loudoun Calendar

Loudoun Calendar

Excerpts

Excerpts

Loudoun Ongoing Events

Loudoun Ongoing Events

An Annual Case of the Blues

Columbia Pike blues fest offers variety of talent, challenges.

An Annual Case of the Blues

Polo Pool Party

Inner tube league blends social fun with aquatic athletics.

Polo Pool Party

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Polo Pool Party

Inner tube league blends social fun with aquatic athletics.

Polo Pool Party

'Thirteen's' a Charm

Film Review

'Thirteen's' a Charm

Penumbra Puppeteers

Giving children a chance to explore natural shadows.

Penumbra Puppeteers

Does New 'Drew' Stay True?

Film Review

Does New 'Drew' Stay True?

Calendar

Calendar

Excerpts

Excerpts

Loudoun Theater

Loudoun Theater

Penumbra Puppeteers

Giving children a chance to explore natural shadows.

Penumbra Puppeteers

Calendar

Calendar

This Ernest Isn't Too Earnest

Wilde's witty comedy of manners opens.

This Ernest Isn't Too Earnest

Almost A Comedy Of Mannerisms

Director puts distinctive stamp on Little Theatre show.

Almost A Comedy Of Mannerisms

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Calendar

Calendar

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Fine Arts

Fine Arts

Theater

Theater

Calendar

Calendar

Knowing the Lingo

A career in translation led Linda Waller to county government.

Knowing the Lingo

Pohick Turns 20

Heavily-used library branch celebrates 20 years of service to the community.

Pohick Turns 20

A Hopeful Picture

Students with emotional disorders learn about hope through artistic expression.

A Hopeful Picture

Brown Bag It

White Oaks PTA recognized for innovative lunchtime speaker program.

Brown Bag It

Tim Ryan Reflects: Life Lessons and Heaven

Tim Ryan Reflects: Life Lessons and Heaven

Memorial for Poplar Tree Student

Memorial for Poplar Tree Student

Aid for Ashley Fund-raiser a Success

Centre Ridge community raises money for burn victim.

Aid for Ashley Fund-raiser a Success

Credit-Card Charges Go to Grand Jury

Credit-Card Charges Go to Grand Jury

Chantilly Teen Pleads Guilty in Robberies

Chantilly Teen Pleads Guilty in Robberies

Roundups

Roundups

Business Notes

Business Notes

More Prison for Bank Robbers

Loudoun sentences Rogers; Young in court Friday.

More Prison for Bank Robbers

Making Prom Dresses Affordable

Centreville High teacher Miranda Schick opens prom dress shop for those in need.

Making Prom Dresses Affordable

Pedestrians, Bicyclists and Automobiles

Each vies for VDOT's favor in Stringfellow Road widening.

Pedestrians, Bicyclists and Automobiles

Telling His Story of 'Beaufighters in the Night'

Telling His Story of 'Beaufighters in the Night'

Students Make Happy HATS

Stone Middle School takes part in community-service project for sick children.

Students Make Happy HATS

Fund-Raiser Saturday for Wrestling Coach

Fund-Raiser Saturday for Wrestling Coach

GMU Plays Catch-Up

University grows and community worries about feeling the pains.

GMU Plays Catch-Up

In-the-Park Home Run

City Council unanimously approves ball field proposal for Stafford West.

In-the-Park Home Run

Knowing the Lingo

A career in translation led Linda Waller to county government.

Knowing the Lingo

Smyth Wins Primary by 357 Votes

Without a challenge in November, Smyth will represent district for next four years.

Smyth Wins Primary by 357 Votes

Simmons To Challenge Hugo

Sixty-two percent of voters elect Rex Simmons in Democratic Primary.

Simmons To Challenge Hugo

Hot Licks on a Hot Summer Night

Summer concert series hits Kingstowne Shopping Center and Lee District Park.

Hot Licks on a Hot Summer Night

Barker Defeats Galligan in Primary

Democrat will challenge O'Brien in November election.

Barker Defeats Galligan in Primary

Pohick Turns 20

Heavily-used library branch celebrates 20 years of service to the community.

Pohick Turns 20

Knowing the Lingo

A career in translation led Linda Waller to county government.

Knowing the Lingo

Herrity Wins Republican Primary for Springfield Supervisor

Candidate will face Democrat in General Election.

Herrity Wins Republican Primary for Springfield Supervisor

Barker Defeats Galligan in Primary

Democrat will challenge O'Brien in November election.

Barker Defeats Galligan in Primary

Knowing the Lingo

A career in translation led Linda Waller to county government.

Knowing the Lingo

Barker Defeats Galligan in Primary

Democrat will challenge O'Brien in November election.

Barker Defeats Galligan in Primary

Simmons To Challenge Hugo

Sixty-two percent of voters elect Rex Simmons in Democratic Primary.

Simmons To Challenge Hugo

Knowing the Lingo

A career in translation led Linda Waller to county government.

Knowing the Lingo

Over Hill, Over Dale

Saturday's Clifton Caboose 5K and One-Mile Fun Run draws 500 runners.

Over Hill, Over Dale

Tuesday, June 12

Democrats Pick Wilson

With only 5 weeks to campaign, intensity will be key.

Democrats Pick Wilson

Longstreet to Retire

Longstreet to Retire

They Talked, We Listened — Then And Now

"It's hard being green," especially in war.

They Talked, We Listened — Then And Now

Citizens Take School Board To The Wood Shed

Citizens call for Board to rescind its action on Perry.

Citizens Take School Board To The Wood Shed

Athletes of the Week June 6-12, 2007

Broad Run Softball: Caitlyn Delahaba, Potomac Falls Soccer: Chris Frank and Ben Biber.

Athletes of the Week June 6-12, 2007

College Notes June 13-20

College Notes June 13-20

Students Write Soldiers in Iraq

Vet Makes Trip to Say Thanks

Students Write Soldiers in Iraq

Week In Great Falls

Week In Great Falls

Night & Day at Nottoway: June 13

Night & Day at Nottoway: June 13

Supervisors Notebook

Supervisors Notebook

Stevens Seeks Re-election

Stevens Files Paperwork

Stevens Seeks Re-election

High Cost of Homes Drives Deputies Out

Loudoun Lacks Affordable Housing

High Cost of Homes Drives Deputies Out

Coalition on Recruitment Issues Gains Ground

Coalition Plans for Future

Coalition on Recruitment Issues Gains Ground

Tolls to Increase

Greenway owners activate last part of approved toll structure.

Tolls to Increase

Housing Work Continues

Planning Commission finishes majority of discussion on housing amendment.

Housing Work Continues

In Honor of ‘Birdie’

Brad and Amy Davis establish Water Safety Foundation after losing their youngest son in an accidental drowning.

In Honor of ‘Birdie’

Fine Art June 14-21

Fine Art June 14-21

Sheriff Loses, Waters Passes

Sheriff plans run as Independent in general election.

Sheriff Loses, Waters Passes

Supervisors Support Tax Exemption

Staff to review exemption process every three years

Supervisors Support Tax Exemption

Weck and Tyler Honored as Lord and Lady Fairfax

Great Falls, McLean residents honored for “immeasurable contribution” to their communities.

Weck and Tyler Honored as Lord and Lady Fairfax

Calendar June 13-20

Calendar June 13-20

The Right Snuff?

Film Review

The Right Snuff?

Reaching Historic Status

State approves Aldie bridge inclusion on landmarks register.

Reaching Historic Status

Grand Opening for Dulles South

Supervisors, public-safety workers and residents celebrate new public-safety center.

Grand Opening for Dulles South

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Fine Art June 14-21

Fine Art June 14-21

Fine Art June 13-20

Fine Art June 13-20

Calendar June 14-21

Calendar June 14-21

Herndon Week in Review

Herndon Week in Review

Langley Orchestra at Kennedy Center

Langley Orchestra at Kennedy Center

Seniors Dedicate Time to Win Battle of the Bands

High-School Seniors Make Time for Band

Seniors Dedicate Time to Win Battle of the Bands

Momentum in Manassas

At Old Dominion Speedway the thrill is in the chase.

Momentum in Manassas

Calendar June 13-20

Calendar June 13-20

GFCA Receives Environment Award

GFCA Receives Environment Award

Calendar: June 13-19

Calendar: June 13-19

Awaiting Answers

The family of Joseph Passarelli, slain by an illegal immigrant in November, waits for news of extradition efforts.

Awaiting Answers

Guilty Verdict in Assault

Jury recommends nine-year sentence.

Guilty Verdict in Assault

After-School Program Inspires Young Scientists

Space travel enthusiast impresses love for science and physics on his students.

After-School Program Inspires Young Scientists

Senior Living June 13-20

Senior Living June 13-20

Clubs & Organizations June 13-20

Clubs & Organizations June 13-20

Local Grads Explore Opportunities

Local Grads Explore Opportunities

Unsuspecting Winner

Chesterbrook third grader wins third place in Video Fairfax competition for video on King Tut’s tomb.

Unsuspecting Winner

Life After Death

Potomac Theatre Company explores the ways that people grieve in 'The Cemetery Club.'

Life After Death

Fritts To Assist New Orleans Recovery

Lessons can be learned while help is being given.

Fritts To Assist New Orleans Recovery

Unsuspecting Winner

Chesterbrook third grader wins third place in Video Fairfax competition for video on King Tut’s tomb.

Unsuspecting Winner

School Notes

School Notes

This Week in Potomac 6-13-07

This Week in Potomac 6-13-07

Clubs & Organizations June 13-20

Clubs & Organizations June 13-20

Neighborhood: Del Ray June 13-20

Neighborhood: Del Ray June 13-20

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Weck and Tyler Honored as Lord and Lady Fairfax

Great Falls, McLean residents honored for “immeasurable contribution” to their communities.

Weck and Tyler Honored as Lord and Lady Fairfax

Leaning Toward the Old Firehouse

MCI more likely to support expansion of community center at Old Firehouse Teen Center site.

Leaning Toward the Old Firehouse

Neighborhood: Taylor Run June 13-20

Neighborhood: Taylor Run June 13-20

Expansion Plan Criticized

MCA approves resolution asking county to curb excessive tree loss and employ better management of storm water runoff.

Expansion Plan Criticized

Happy Father’s Day

Happy Father’s Day

Alexandria Bulletin June 13-20

Alexandria Bulletin June 13-20

Week In McLean

Week In McLean

They Talked, We Listened — Then And Now

"It's hard being green," especially in war.

They Talked, We Listened — Then And Now

Racing for Autism

July 4 marks 7th year of the Cure Autism Now 5K at Potomac Village.

Racing for Autism

Constitutional Processes

Wootton and Whitman Graduation 2007

Constitutional Processes

Friendship Firehouse To Host Father's Day Open House

Friendship Firehouse To Host Father's Day Open House

Clubs & Organizations June 13-20

Clubs & Organizations June 13-20

Neighborhood: Del Ray June 13-20

Neighborhood: Del Ray June 13-20

Neighborhood: Taylor Run June 13-20

Neighborhood: Taylor Run June 13-20

Alexandria Bulletin June 13-20

Alexandria Bulletin June 13-20

Key Rail Decision On Monday

County supervisors to vote whether to approve Phase 1 of the metro project on June 18.

Key Rail Decision On Monday

Friendship Firehouse To Host Father's Day Open House

Friendship Firehouse To Host Father's Day Open House

College Notes June 13-20

College Notes June 13-20

Schools June 14-21

Schools June 14-21

Schools June 13-20

Schools June 13-20

County To Hear Alternative Plan

County To Hear Alternative Plan

Vienna Teams Unite Against Cancer

Relay for Life brings together 115 teams from throughout the community.

Vienna Teams Unite Against Cancer

Health & Fitness June 13-20

Health & Fitness June 13-20

RHC Awards Annual Scholarships

Students recognized for pursuing medical education.

RHC Awards Annual Scholarships

Vienna Students Win Scholarships

Students recognized for pursuing medical education.

Vienna Students Win Scholarships

Health Notes

Health Notes

Key Rail Decision On Monday

County supervisors to vote whether to approve Phase 1 of the metro project on June 18.

Key Rail Decision On Monday

Health & Fitness June 13-20

Health & Fitness June 13-20

Health Notes

Health Notes

Sweating Over Cooling

Lake Anne residents raise concern over air-conditioning system ahead of summer.

Sweating Over Cooling

Basketball Stars Fight Homelessness

Hoops for Homeless raises $900,000 for Reston Interfaith and five other organizations.

Basketball Stars Fight Homelessness

Health & Fitness June 13-20

Health & Fitness June 13-20

Biking by Rules

Town could start greater enforcement as bike trail safety concerns rise.

Biking by Rules

Health & Fitness June 13-20

Health & Fitness June 13-20

Smyth Wins Providence Primary

Without a challenge in November, Smyth will represent district for next four years.

Smyth Wins Providence Primary

Wolftrap Students Travel to Civil War

A teacher-written play finds students studying antebellum letters, taking them to place and time.

Wolftrap Students Travel to Civil War

Health Notes

Health Notes

Langley Orchestra at Kennedy Center

Langley Orchestra at Kennedy Center

Faith Notes June 14-21

Faith Notes June 14-21

Wardinski Leaves McLean High

Paul Wardinski announces his decision to take principal position at West Springfield High School.

Wardinski Leaves McLean High

Faith Notes June 14-21

Faith Notes June 14-21

Council Notebook June 13-20

Council Notebook June 13-20

Faith Notes June 13-20

Faith Notes June 13-20

Monday, June 11

Six Days and Counting...

Contenders for 34th District seat step up campaign efforts in final days before Democratic primary.

Six Days and Counting...

Ortega Leaving Scotland

Ortega Leaving Scotland

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Bagger Getting Bolder

A man assaulting women with plastic bags expands his M.O.

Bagger Getting Bolder

Week In Arlington

Week In Arlington

Desperate Foxes?

Abundant suburban foxes not a cause for concern, officials say.

Desperate Foxes?

The Doctor Is In

A former presidential candidate gives a pep talk to Arlington Democrats.

The Doctor Is In

Good Day for Good Deeds at Potomac Elementary

Good Day for Good Deeds at Potomac Elementary

Lights, Camera… Activism!

A local neighborhood group turns to filmmaking to preserve a historic school.

Lights, Camera… Activism!

Gone Too Soon

Friends and family remember Jamie Hogan

Gone Too Soon

Six Days and Counting...

Contenders for 34th District seat step up campaign efforts in final days before Democratic primary.

Six Days and Counting...

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Saturday, June 9

Five Days and Counting ...

Voters still undecided in Barker-Galligan primary

Five Days and Counting ...

Thursday, June 7

Health Notes

Health Notes

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Calendar: June 6-12

Calendar: June 6-12

Volunteers

Volunteers

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Former City Police Chief Dies

Family, friends recall Loyd Smith's humility, as well as his love of music and golf.

Former City Police Chief Dies

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

In The Ring With Faith

Local graduate’s documentary film premiers at SilverDocs Film Festival.

In The Ring With Faith

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Calendar

Calendar

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Calendar

Calendar

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Calendar

Calendar

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Celebrating Emancipation

A conversation with Lillian Stanton Patterson.

Celebrating Emancipation

Wednesday, June 6

Art in Loudoun

Art in Loudoun

Encore Presents Musical Show, ‘Remember Paris’

Encore Presents Musical Show, ‘Remember Paris’

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Encore Presents ‘Remember Paris’

Encore Presents ‘Remember Paris’

What About the Environment?

Open space advocates complain to City Council that even one ball field is too much for the Stafford property.

What About the Environment?

Three Rarely Heard Works Highlight Symphony Closer

Washington Metropolitan Philharmonic To Repeat Concert On Sunday.

Three Rarely Heard Works Highlight Symphony Closer

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Clifton on Display

Clifton Arts Council launches first art show.

Clifton on Display

Man Charged: 2 Indecent Exposures

Man Charged: 2 Indecent Exposures

Finding Common Language of Care

Inova Fairfax Hospital works to remove language barrier between foreign patients, healthcare providers.

Finding Common Language of Care

Civic Calendar

Civic Calendar

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Introducing Ted Grefe Park

City dedicates 2-acre park to the memory of a longtime city resident.

Introducing Ted Grefe Park

Competition Breath of Fresh Air

Inova Fairfax Hospital's Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program Hosts Lung Games for past and present patients.

Competition Breath of Fresh Air

Feeling Fit in the City

City hosts annual Trails Day event to promote recreation.

Feeling Fit in the City

Gang Recruitment at South County

Police call assault in high school boys' room to be gang initiation ritual.

Gang Recruitment at South County

Kugler Finds Way to Make a Difference

Sharon Bulova’s campaign manager finds comfort in giving back to community.

Kugler Finds Way to Make a Difference

Gang Recruitment at South County

Police call assault in high school boys' room to be gang initiation ritual.

Gang Recruitment at South County

On the Waterfront, a Rocking Good Time

Red Cross festival fueled by music headliners.

On the Waterfront, a Rocking Good Time

Encore Presents Musical Show, ‘Remember Paris’

Encore Presents Musical Show, ‘Remember Paris’

Encore Grad Returns to Star in Show

Encore Grad Returns to Star in Show

Celebrating Emancipation

A conversation with Lillian Stanton Patterson.

Celebrating Emancipation

Well-Conceived Comedy

Film Review

Well-Conceived Comedy

40 Years Together

Kirkwood Presbyterian celebrates anniversary with service, time capsule burial.

40 Years Together

Military Notes

Military Notes

Martin Pleads Guilty to Cocaine Charge

Martin Pleads Guilty to Cocaine Charge

Clifton on Display

Clifton Arts Council launches first art show.

Clifton on Display

The Empire’s New Clothes

Star Wars fans dress the part to keep the legend alive.

The Empire’s New Clothes

Dance, Dance, Dance

Edison students call the year a wrap with prom.

Dance, Dance, Dance

Untold Stories Revealed in Song

Amy Carol Webb co-headlines last Focus concert of the season.

Untold Stories Revealed in Song

Rising to the Challenge

Springfield Challenger baseball league for special-needs children has mushroomed beyond expectations.

Rising to the Challenge

Locals To Appear in '1776'

Westfield High School graduates participate in Keegan Theatre Production.

Locals To Appear in '1776'

Three Rarely Heard Works Highlight Symphony Closer

Washington Metropolitan Philharmonic To Repeat Concert On Sunday.

Three Rarely Heard Works Highlight Symphony Closer

Less Moore, More 'Brooks'

Film Review

Less Moore, More 'Brooks'

Business Notes

Business Notes

The Empire’s New Clothes

Star Wars fans dress the part to keep the legend alive.

The Empire’s New Clothes

Loudoun Calendar

Loudoun Calendar

Fine Arts

Fine Arts

Pender United Methodist Celebrates 100 Years

Pender United Methodist Celebrates 100 Years

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Untold Stories Revealed in Song

Amy Carol Webb co-headlines last Focus concert of the season.

Untold Stories Revealed in Song

Dancing in the Dusk

Braddock Nights opens at Royal Lake Park

Dancing in the Dusk

Kugler Finds Way to Make a Difference

Sharon Bulova’s campaign manager finds comfort in giving back to community.

Kugler Finds Way to Make a Difference

Tim Harmon 5K Event is June 16

Tim Harmon 5K Event is June 16

Business Notes

Business Notes

Opera, Italy and Bethesda

Tratorria Sorrento hosts monthly opera night.

Opera, Italy and Bethesda

Three Rarely Heard Works Highlight Symphony Closer

Washington Metropolitan Philharmonic To Repeat Concert On Sunday.

Three Rarely Heard Works Highlight Symphony Closer

New Building Plan for Fair Lakes

Offices, homes, retail, hotel are proposed.

New Building Plan for Fair Lakes

School Notes

School Notes

Finding Common Language of Care

Inova Fairfax Hospital works to remove language barrier between foreign patients, healthcare providers.

Finding Common Language of Care

School Notes

School Notes

Real Estate

Real Estate

Theater

Theater

Encore Presents Musical Show, ‘Remember Paris’

Encore Presents Musical Show, ‘Remember Paris’

Lorton, Eat Your Heart Out

New town center announces itself with Taste of Lorton.

Lorton, Eat Your Heart Out

Volunteering

Volunteering

Lorton, Eat Your Heart Out

New town center announces itself with Taste of Lorton.

Lorton, Eat Your Heart Out

Together, We Swim

Burke Centre Swim Club members unite for a summer of fun in the sun.

Together, We Swim

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

On the Waterfront, a Rocking Good Time

Red Cross festival fueled by music headliners.

On the Waterfront, a Rocking Good Time

Dancing in the Dusk

Braddock Nights opens at Royal Lake Park

Dancing in the Dusk

Kugler Finds Way to Make a Difference

Sharon Bulova’s campaign manager finds comfort in giving back to community.

Kugler Finds Way to Make a Difference

People Notes

People Notes

The Empire’s New Clothes

Star Wars fans dress the part to keep the legend alive.

The Empire’s New Clothes

Bands Battle!

Battle of the Bands BBQ comes to Park View High School

Bands Battle!

Loudoun Ongoing Events

Loudoun Ongoing Events

Tuesday, June 5

ARHA Selects Interim Director

Search is now on for a professional search consultant.

ARHA Selects Interim Director

Home Business Ordinance to be Enforced

Lansdowne HOA gives home business owners a year to comply with community covenants.

Home Business Ordinance to be Enforced

Kaine Supports Herring

Kaine Supports Herring

Getting College Prepped

Students Get Answers

Getting College Prepped

A Presidential Pre-Prom Party

1992 Langley senior class president meets incoming 2008 senior class president in an unlikely venue.

A Presidential Pre-Prom Party

The Long Clean-Up

Herndon Department of Public Works spends closing hours of weekend cleaning up downtown after the festival.

The Long Clean-Up

Callahan Honored

Callahan Honored

Generation to Generation

Ashburn-based band brings in musicians from 14 to 60 years old.

Generation to Generation

Rust Launches '07 Campaign

Delegate begins fourth state election battle

Rust Launches '07 Campaign

Retiring after 22 Years

Langston Hughes Middle School teacher bids farewell.

Retiring after 22 Years

Week In Great Falls

Week In Great Falls

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Made for Walking?

Residents discuss pedestrian opportunities and concerns at Reston Town Center.

Made for Walking?

Commission Recommends Approval of Dulles Parkway Center

Commissioners praised mixed-use application for innovative design, commercial element.

Commission Recommends Approval of Dulles Parkway Center

Bank Robber Receives 18 Years

Kentucky man sentenced for robbing two Loudoun banks in 2006.

Bank Robber Receives 18 Years

Community Notes

Community Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Immigrants Struggle To Adapt to U.S. Health System

Immigrants Struggle To Adapt to U.S. Health System

Injured, Yet Uninsured

Immigrants struggle to adapt to U.S health system.

Injured, Yet Uninsured

Little Known History Comes to Light at Alden

The Sundial Theatre Company presents the first ever performance of ‘The Trail of Carrie Buck.’

Little Known History Comes to Light at Alden

Women's Center Expands

Vienna-rooted non-profit continues work with local and urban population

Women's Center Expands

McLean Children Help Grant Wishes

McLean Children Help Grant Wishes

Music Brightens Vienna This Summer

Vienna Town Green comes alive with live music, picnics and neighbors.

Music Brightens Vienna This Summer

Community Notes

Community Notes

Last Call for Father's Day Photos

Last Call for Father's Day Photos

Last Call for Father's Day Photos

Last Call for Father's Day Photos

Night Music on the House

Music and the moon: National Park Service Volunteers help, enjoy at Wolf Trap.

Night Music on the House

Board Approves House on River

Board Approves House on River

Little Known History Comes to Light at Alden

The Sundial Theatre Company presents the first ever performance of ‘The Trail of Carrie Buck.’

Little Known History Comes to Light at Alden

McLean Children Help Grant Wishes

McLean Children Help Grant Wishes

Last Call for Father's Day Photos

Last Call for Father's Day Photos

Bashing On

Bells Mill Bash

Bashing On

Church Kicks Off Expansion Project

Church Kicks Off Expansion Project

Week In McLean

Week In McLean

This Week in Potomac 6-6-07

This Week in Potomac 6-6-07

A Double Edged Sword

"Dixie Pig," now Vaso's Kitchen, again a neighborhood asset.

A Double Edged Sword

Mothers Protest

Local mothers and residents protest lenient Virginia gun laws at Virginia Tech demonstration in downtown McLean.

Mothers Protest

Neighborhood: Old Town June 7

Neighborhood: Old Town June 7

Chamber Awards Six Scholarships

Scholarship recipients are as diverse in goals as in cultures.

Chamber Awards Six Scholarships

Callahan Honored

Callahan Honored

Neighborhood: Taylor Run June 7

Neighborhood: Taylor Run June 7

Neighborhood: Seminary Valley June 7

Neighborhood: Seminary Valley June 7

Prom Night Begins at Home

Prom Night Begins at Home

News Briefs

News Briefs

'Every Day is a Sunny Day’

Sunny Ann Anderson is remembered during the 18th annual Susan Komen National Race for the Cure.

'Every Day is a Sunny Day’

A Celebration of Art and History

Great Falls Studios sponsors first ever weekend art and history festival in Colvin Run.

A Celebration of Art and History

Prom Wishes Granted

Wootton Prom 2007

Prom Wishes Granted

Basile Returns to Bullis

'My Next Big Step'

Basile Returns to Bullis

Caucus Set for Saturday

Democratic hopefuls position themselves in advance of party voters’ selection.

Caucus Set for Saturday

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

School Notes

School Notes

Last Call for Father's Day Photos

Last Call for Father's Day Photos

School Notes

School Notes

Crossing Guard Retires After 11 Years

Leslie Brothers of Vienna decides to work in front office of school until end of the school year.

Crossing Guard Retires After 11 Years

Neighborhood: Old Town June 7

Neighborhood: Old Town June 7

Neighborhood: Taylor Run June 7

Neighborhood: Taylor Run June 7

Neighborhood: Seminary Valley June 7

Neighborhood: Seminary Valley June 7

Prom Night Begins at Home

Prom Night Begins at Home

A Celebration of Art and History

Great Falls Studios sponsors first ever weekend art and history festival in Colvin Run.

A Celebration of Art and History

Attempted Child Abduction Near School Investigated

Fourth-grader was walking home from Wolftrap Elementary School when approached by man.

Attempted Child Abduction Near School Investigated

Final Pieces Fall into Place

As completion of Springfield Interchange nears, locals recall years of construction.

Final Pieces Fall into Place

Learning Life Skills and Leadership

Langston Hughes eighth graders prepare for life after middle school.

Learning Life Skills and Leadership

Mirant Sues Over Air Board Decision

State becomes a defendant in the Mirant Alexandria dispute.

Mirant Sues Over Air Board Decision

Evaluate and Notify

Did School Board members violate laws governing their relationship with the superintendent?

Evaluate and Notify

Life Is But a Dream

Rain does little to waterlog cardboard boat regatta.

Life Is But a Dream

On the Campaign Trail

On the Campaign Trail

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

To Find 2007 Primary Election Coverage

To Find 2007 Primary Election Coverage

Every Vote Matters, Sometimes More Than Others

Low voter turnouts in Virginia elections increase impact of each voter.

Every Vote Matters, Sometimes More Than Others

Groveton Says Farewell to Principal

After eight years as principal, Christine Lamb retires from her position.

Groveton Says Farewell to Principal

Guilford Celebrates 40th Anniversary

Sterling School Mirrors Sterling Park

Guilford Celebrates 40th Anniversary

School Has Walls But Loses Two Pillars

Two of Orange Hunt’s original staffers prepare to retire.

School Has Walls But Loses Two Pillars

Department Dwellings

Area houses depict another way to buy a home.

Department Dwellings

Page-Turners for Patriarchs

New literary releases offer fresh ideas for Father’s Day.

Page-Turners for Patriarchs

Route 15 Clears Next Step

Sixty-six-mile road part of Journey Through Hallowed Ground.

Route 15 Clears Next Step

Forums Up and Running

Cascades Resident Offers Alternative to HOA-Run Forum

Forums Up and Running

Southern Walk’s Disconnect

Residents have issue with telecommunications contract, levels of service.

Southern Walk’s Disconnect

Housing Work Begins

Planning Commission starts looking at changes to county housing policies.

Housing Work Begins

Providence Primary Heats Up

Democrats set to elect county supervisor for district in June.

Providence Primary Heats Up

Iron Chef Herndon?

Local culinary arts student raises the bar on professional food preparation.

Iron Chef Herndon?

Coalition Stands Up to Military Recruiters

Army Requests to Survey High-School Students

Coalition Stands Up to Military Recruiters

Snacking Smart

Sterling Resident Offers Some Smart Snacks

Snacking Smart

Mothers Protest

Local mothers and residents protest lenient Virginia gun laws at Virginia Tech demonstration in downtown McLean.

Mothers Protest

McGimsey Kicks Off Campaign

McGimsey Kicks Off Campaign

Health Notes

Health Notes

Honoring Piece of History

The Department of Historic Resources considers Aldie Bridge for inclusion on historic register.

Honoring Piece of History

Health Notes

Health Notes

To Find 2007 Primary Election Coverage

To Find 2007 Primary Election Coverage

Larger Budget Approved

Budget includes increases to real estate tax rate, staff salaries.

Larger Budget Approved

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

State of the County 2007

County Administrator Kirby Bowers updates Chamber of Commerce on the realities of Loudoun.

State of the County 2007

Health Notes

Health Notes

Monday, June 4

Civic Calendar June 6-12

Civic Calendar June 6-12

Calendar June 7-13

Calendar June 7-13

Calendar June 7-13

Calendar June 7-13

North Hill Controversy Still Heading South

There is a question as to what the motion actually proposed.

North Hill Controversy Still Heading South

Faith Notes June 6-12

Faith Notes June 6-12

Health & Fitness June 6-12

Health & Fitness June 6-12

Calendar June 6-12

Calendar June 6-12

Crossed Signals

Leggett catches heat for comments about a potential Potomac River crossing in Montgomery County.

Crossed Signals

Hyland's Dynamic Duo: Goosebuster And Wiley

Hyland's Dynamic Duo: Goosebuster And Wiley

Week In Arlington

Week In Arlington

Schools June 7-13

Schools June 7-13

Youth Coach Pleads Guilty

Plea could send the former head of the Virginia ACLU to jail for 20 years.

Youth Coach Pleads Guilty

Getting To Know... Michael Wardian

This Arlingtonian has an unusual running partner: his 10-month-old son.

Getting To Know... Michael Wardian

Fine Arts June 6-12

Fine Arts June 6-12

A Capital Celebration

KEEN celebrates 15 years of athletic opportunities for children with disabilities.

A Capital Celebration

Fourth Woman Assaulted

A man assaulting Arlington women with plastic bags claims another victim.

Fourth Woman Assaulted

Saturday, June 2

State Senate - District 37

State Senate - District 37