Stories for May 2007

Stories for May 2007

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Thursday, May 31

Wootton High Artist

Wootton High Artist

Delgaudio, Hidy Seek Sterling Support

Delgaudio, Hidy Seek Sterling Support

Ryan, Waters Debate in Writing

Ryan, Waters Debate in Writing

’A Day To Remember’

’A Day To Remember’

Snow, Jeyanathan Square Off for Dulles Seat

Snow, Jeyanathan Square Off for Dulles Seat

Hunt Kicks Off Campaign for Delegate

Hunt Kicks Off Campaign for Delegate

Air Board Mirant Decision Favors City

The saga continues as the air gets heavier with summer humidity.

Air Board Mirant Decision Favors City

Memorializing Heroes

Holiday spotlights those who gave the last full measure of devotion.

Memorializing Heroes

Wednesday, May 30

Jackson Charged with Two Bank Robberies

Jackson Charged with Two Bank Robberies

Meet Lord Fairfax Lorenzo Vaughan

Preacher Lorenzo Vaughan is active in developing Compton Road area.

Meet Lord Fairfax Lorenzo Vaughan

Meet Lady Fairfax Cheryl Repetti

Cheryl Repetti helped to expand the Centreville Historic District.

Meet Lady Fairfax Cheryl Repetti

Retiring Postal Clerk Frye Honored

Burke resident retires after 34 years as post office employee.

Retiring Postal Clerk Frye Honored

Debate Covers District Priorities

Citizens hear from candidates on development and other issues affecting Providence District.

Debate Covers District Priorities

Web Site of the Future

Burke Centre’s redesigned homepage to include many conveniences for residents.

Web Site of the Future

Double Eagle

Springfield twins earn highest advancement rank in Boy Scouts.

Double Eagle

Patriots’ Pride

Thousands gather in Fairfax for annual Ride of the Patriots.

Patriots’ Pride

Business Notes

Business Notes

20th Birthday: Convicted of Murder

Handgun and Dope Mix into Tragedy

20th Birthday: Convicted of Murder

Miller To Manage ARHA

Miller To Manage ARHA

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Volunteering

Volunteering

Business Notes

Business Notes

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

Chantilly Thespians Are Theater Sports Champions

Chantilly Thespians Are Theater Sports Champions

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

City’s Future Preserving History

Preservationists excited as nine years of hard work comes full circle at the Blenheim estate’s June 2 groundbreaking.

City’s Future Preserving History

Health Notes

Health Notes

Chantilly Wins 'Best Play'

At the Cappies, Centreville, Chantilly, Westfield win seven awards total.

Chantilly Wins 'Best Play'

Time To Remember

VFW Post 5412 marks Memorial Day with ceremony on Burke Conservancy grounds.

Time To Remember

The Return of Bill Cleveland

The Return of Bill Cleveland

High Tech Hollywood Comes to Old Town

Chamber of Commerce recognizes Netblender for technological achievement.

High Tech Hollywood Comes to Old Town

Teachers Honored

Alexandria Education Partnership presents its annual Excellence in Education Awards.

Teachers Honored

Police, Community Mourn for MPO Vinnie DarConte

Officer dies after deer/motorcycle collision.

Police, Community Mourn for MPO Vinnie DarConte

‘Party Like a Rock Star’

T.C. Williams High School bids adieu to its graduating seniors.

‘Party Like a Rock Star’

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

How Transparent is the School Board?

Secret meetings and lack of public input prompt criticism of the ‘Backroom Five.’

How Transparent is the School Board?

On the Campaign Trail

On the Campaign Trail

Boating Safety Not Optional

Alcohol and water mix only in a glass, not driving a boat.

Boating Safety Not Optional

Getting To Know … Toni Annette Thomas

Getting To Know … Toni Annette Thomas

Taking What It Can Get

City Council approves residential development out of distaste for the by-right alternative.

Taking What It Can Get

Theater

Theater

Fine Arts

Fine Arts

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Double Eagle

Springfield twins earn highest advancement rank in Boy Scouts.

Double Eagle

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Loudoun Calendar

Loudoun Calendar

Taking It to the Green

Artist Profile

Taking It to the Green

Loudoun Theater

Loudoun Theater

20th Birthday: Convicted of Murder

Handgun and Dope Mix into Tragedy

20th Birthday: Convicted of Murder

Loudoun Ongoing Events

Loudoun Ongoing Events

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Art in Loudoun

Art in Loudoun

Calendar

Calendar

School Notes

School Notes

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

True Meaning of Memorial Day

Veterans’ photographs displayed around sanctuary to commemorate holiday.

True Meaning of Memorial Day

There’s A Ride, Too?!

Film Review

There’s A Ride, Too?!

School Notes

School Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Double Eagle

Springfield twins earn highest advancement rank in Boy Scouts.

Double Eagle

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Candidates Pin Hopes on Left Shift

Two newcomers square off in June 12

Candidates Pin Hopes on Left Shift

School Notes

School Notes

Chantilly Needs Volunteers for All-Night Grad Party

Chantilly Needs Volunteers for All-Night Grad Party

Health Notes

Health Notes

Civic Calendar

Civic Calendar

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Centreville is a Jamestown 2007 Community

Centreville is a Jamestown 2007 Community

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Double Eagle

Springfield twins earn highest advancement rank in Boy Scouts.

Double Eagle

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Something Sweet

Cranbrook Methodist raises funds for mission projects with Strawberry Festival.

Something Sweet

Double Eagle

Springfield twins earn highest advancement rank in Boy Scouts.

Double Eagle

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Suttles Pleads Guilty to Thefts from UPS

Suttles Pleads Guilty to Thefts from UPS

20th Birthday: Convicted of Murder

Less than an ounce of marijuana becomes catalyst for murder.

20th Birthday: Convicted of Murder

Health Notes

Health Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

People Notes

People Notes

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Children's Play, 'A Fish Story,' This Weekend at Chantilly

Children's Play, 'A Fish Story,' This Weekend at Chantilly

Tuesday, May 29

Community Notes

Community Notes

Race for Dulles

Snow seeks the Republican nomination for the board’s Dulles District seat.

Race for Dulles

Senior Grows Up Fast, Beats the Odds

Castillo Keeps Family Together and Keeps Her Grades Up

Senior Grows Up Fast, Beats the Odds

School Notes

School Notes

Garden To Survive Another Year

Garden To Survive Another Year

Developer Addresses Interchange Worries

Miller and Smith meets with residents to discuss plans for new Route 7 interchange.

Developer Addresses Interchange Worries

Wheels Are Turning in Arlington

Wheels Are Turning in Arlington

This Week in Potomac 5-30-07

This Week in Potomac 5-30-07

Good News for Pit Bulls

Animal Care and Control Rethinks Stance on Pit Bulls

Good News for Pit Bulls

Just Don't Call It Trendy

New Majestic still has the same old comforts.

Just Don't Call It Trendy

Henderson Gets June Hearing

Man accused of embezzling reward fund motions for plea withdrawal.

Henderson Gets June Hearing

Community Notes

Community Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Middle School Celebrates Namesake

Local middle school honors 100th birthday of environmentalist Rachel Carson.

Middle School Celebrates Namesake

Time to Get Fooled

Briar Woods High School presents Neil Simon’s "Fools."

Time to Get Fooled

Where S.W.A.T. Teams Meet Bermuda Shorts

Third annual Backyard BBQ raises money, awareness for police foundation.

Where S.W.A.T. Teams Meet Bermuda Shorts

Mixed Reaction on Immigration Proposal

Community responds to bipartisan Senate compromise to reform immigration.

Mixed Reaction on Immigration Proposal

Honoring Soldiers, Past and Present

Loudoun honors its soldiers during Memorial Day ceremony.

Honoring Soldiers, Past and Present

Improving Pedestrian Network

RA approves "Reston on Foot" amendment.

Improving Pedestrian Network

Seniors Go Cruisin’ in the Park

Seniors Go Cruisin’ in the Park

Senior Wins State Award

Lauren Skillman receives Knights of Columbus honor.

Senior Wins State Award

Clifton Caboose Rolls into Town

Annual run includes two races for all ages.

Clifton Caboose Rolls into Town

Race for Dulles

Jeyanathan seeks the Republican nomination for the Dulles District seat.

Race for Dulles

Resolve for a Resolution

Cold Spring’s Model U.N. teaches students science, current events, international affairs and plenty of diplomacy.

Resolve for a Resolution

Loudoun Embraces Equestrian History, Future

Loudoun’s equestrian industry played a large role in forming the county’s culture.

Loudoun Embraces Equestrian History, Future

Getting to Know …

Michael Abney-Hastings, 14th Earl of Loudoun

Getting to Know …

Simon Blasts RA on Reserve

Is need for desired facilities greater than need for large reserve?

Simon Blasts RA on Reserve

A Day at Clemyjontri Park

A Day at Clemyjontri Park

Beating the Sophomore Slump

Freedom High School expands drama program, takes on challenging production

Beating the Sophomore Slump

Traditional Hang Up

World War II Vet Danny Harris continues his flag-hanging tradition on MacArthur Boulevard.

Traditional Hang Up

Health Notes

Health Notes

Where the Wild Things Are

Fairfax Station resident joins growing trend with certified backyard Wildlife Habitat.

Where the Wild Things Are

One Year, 1,000 More to Remember

American Legion McLean Post 270 honors members of America’s armed services at annual Memorial Day service.

One Year, 1,000 More to Remember

Center Serves Uninsured

Health Center Opens Doors with Community’s Help

Center Serves Uninsured

Family, Friends, Neighbors Chip-in for Cure

Vienna Relay gains momentum ahead of June 9 event.

Family, Friends, Neighbors Chip-in for Cure

Wayside's Way

Wayside's Way

Community Notes

Community Notes

Sheriff’s Office Retires 52-Year-Old Jail

State-of-the-Art Facility Replaces Leesburg Jail

Sheriff’s Office Retires 52-Year-Old Jail

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

They Help Those in Need

County Human Rights Commission presents annual awards.

They Help Those in Need

On Stage: Cooperation

Beverly Farms fifth-graders stage an opera and learn the pitfalls and rewards of teamwork.

On Stage: Cooperation

Day of Remembrance

Day of Remembrance

Beltway Getting HOT in ‘08?

Construction of high occupancy toll lanes on I-495 could begin next spring.

Beltway Getting HOT in ‘08?

Where the Wild Things Are

Fairfax Station resident joins growing trend with certified backyard Wildlife Habitat.

Where the Wild Things Are

A Day at Clemyjontri Park

A Day at Clemyjontri Park

A Day at Clemyjontri Park

A Day at Clemyjontri Park

Market Masters and Master Gardeners

Master Gardener Plant Clinic comes to McLean Farmer’s Market.

Market Masters and Master Gardeners

Smoking Banned at RA Facilities

Smoking Banned at RA Facilities

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Community Notes

Community Notes

Temporary Turbo Charge

With this area company, customers ride like the rich and famous.

Temporary Turbo Charge

Just Don't Call It Trendy

New Majestic still has the same old comforts.

Just Don't Call It Trendy

Calendar: May 30-June 5

Calendar: May 30-June 5

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

A Little Horsing Around

A Little Horsing Around

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Running For Sterling Seat

Hidy looks to be the new Sterling supervisor.

Running For Sterling Seat

Community Notes

Community Notes

'Doing the Work of Angels'

CFS celebrates 35 years of caring for the severely disabled.

'Doing the Work of Angels'

Tribute to Those Who Died

In Great Falls Memorial Day ceremony, residents reminded that "freedom isn’t free."

Tribute to Those Who Died

Sultans of Stage

8th Annual Cappies gala held Sunday at The Kennedy Center.

Sultans of Stage

Learning Virtues Through Drama

Vienna’s Blue Planet Theatre teaches area children universal virtues.

Learning Virtues Through Drama

Running for Sterling Seat

Delgaudio seeks the Republican nomination for a third term as Sterling’s representative.

Running for Sterling Seat

Art Glass

Sterling Artist Fuses Glass to Make Art

Art Glass

Swift Water, Fast Rescues

Summer marks the peak season for rescues along the Potomac River.

Swift Water, Fast Rescues

Cantering Through the County

Owning a horse isn’t always a prerequisite for riding one.

Cantering Through the County

Clifton Caboose Rolls into Town

Annual run includes two races for all ages.

Clifton Caboose Rolls into Town

Temporary Turbo Charge

With this area company, customers ride like the rich and famous.

Temporary Turbo Charge

Community Notes

Community Notes

Temporary Turbo Charge

With this area company, customers ride like the rich and famous.

Temporary Turbo Charge

Three Days at Rolex

Vienna resident tells about her latest equestrian competition.

Three Days at Rolex

A Day at Clemyjontri Park

A Day at Clemyjontri Park

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Windy Start to Concert Series

The Summer Concerts on the Green will begin each Sunday evening at 6 p.m. through July 8.

Windy Start to Concert Series

Market Masters and Master Gardeners

Master Gardener Plant Clinic comes to McLean Farmer’s Market.

Market Masters and Master Gardeners

Where S.W.A.T. Teams Meet Bermuda Shorts

Third annual Backyard BBQ raises money, awareness for police foundation.

Where S.W.A.T. Teams Meet Bermuda Shorts

Community Notes

Community Notes

Monday, May 28

Faith Notes May 30-June 5

Faith Notes May 30-June 5

Health & Fitness May 31-June 6

Health & Fitness May 31-June 6

Health & Fitness May 31-June 6

Health & Fitness May 31-June 6

Health & Fitness May 31-June 6

Health & Fitness May 31-June 6

School Notes May 31-June 5

School Notes May 31-June 5

Schools May 31-June 6

Schools May 31-June 6

Schools May 31-June 6

Schools May 31-June 6

Business Notes May 31-June 6

Business Notes May 31-June 6

Obit: Norris Cleveland Dockins

Obit: Norris Cleveland Dockins

Business Notes May 31-June 6

Business Notes May 31-June 6

Obit: Norris Cleveland Dockins

Obit: Norris Cleveland Dockins

Faith Notes May 31-June 6

Faith Notes May 31-June 6

Business Notes May 31-June 6

Business Notes May 31-June 6

Senior Living May 31-June 5

Senior Living May 31-June 5

Civic Calendar May 30-June 5

Civic Calendar May 30-June 5

Obit: Norris Cleveland Dockins

Obit: Norris Cleveland Dockins

Calendar May 31-June 6

Calendar May 31-June 6

Pedestrian Dies in Fatal Crash

Pedestrian Dies in Fatal Crash

Fine Arts May 30-June 5

Fine Arts May 30-June 5

A Sonnet, I Say

Arlingtonians revive a lost poetry genre at a local library.

A Sonnet, I Say

Faith Notes May 31-June 6

Faith Notes May 31-June 6

Getting to Know ... Linda Waller

Getting to Know ... Linda Waller

Fine Arts May 31-June 6

Fine Arts May 31-June 6

Fine Arts May 31-June 6

Fine Arts May 31-June 6

Calendar May 30-June 5

Calendar May 30-June 5

Calendar May 31-June 6

Calendar May 31-June 6

New Fort Belvoir Housing a Hit with Residents

Army housing privatization project continues bringing modern homes on-line for military families.

New Fort Belvoir Housing a Hit with Residents

A Ninety Year Adventure

Three careers of flying high beats "working for a living"

A Ninety Year Adventure

West Nile Virus Found In Mt.Vernon District

West Nile Virus Found In Mt.Vernon District

Health & Fitness May 30-June 5

Health & Fitness May 30-June 5

Boating Safety Is Not Optional

Alcohol and water mix only in a glass not driving a boat.

Boating Safety Is Not Optional

Kozloff To Leave Alexandria Hospital

Inova Alexandria is Northern Virginia's second largest hospital; City's largest employer.

Kozloff To Leave Alexandria Hospital

Tax Credits Approved For Potomac Yard Fire Station

Tax Credits Approved For Potomac Yard Fire Station

Wales Watching

An exhibit detailing Welsh culture comes to Marymount.

Wales Watching

Week In Arlington

Week In Arlington

The OId World In The Old Dominion

An ambassador gives W-L students a lesson on Europe.

The OId World In The Old Dominion

Getting To Know... Greg Duncan-Peters

This Potomac resident honors his father every Memorial Day with a bagpipe salute.

Getting To Know... Greg Duncan-Peters

Sunday, May 27

Falcons Fly Another District Banner

Briar Woods boys tennis team wins school's second Dulles District title.

Falcons Fly Another District Banner

Thursday, May 24

Getting to Know...

Steven F. Hirsch

Getting to Know...

School Superintendent Dumped

Divided School Board members vote to not renew Rebecca Perry’s contract.

School Superintendent Dumped

Wednesday, May 23

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Loudoun Calendar

Loudoun Calendar

New Family Shelter On Track

Kate Hanley Family Shelter to open in early August.

New Family Shelter On Track

Calendar

Calendar

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Civic Calendar

Civic Calendar

Arts Center Finds New Dance Partner

Mikhail Baryshnikov visits Lorton Workhouse Arts Center to consider a partnership.

Arts Center Finds New Dance Partner

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Health Notes

Health Notes

Russells Are Honored for Decades of Service

Russells Are Honored for Decades of Service

People Notes

People Notes

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Community Notes

Community Notes

Where Will the Ducks Go?

Sully District decides to drain Virginia Run Pond

Where Will the Ducks Go?

15,000 Miles in a Plastic Car

Clifton's John Lovejoy is taking a road trip from Germany to Cambodia.

15,000 Miles in a Plastic Car

'Once Upon a Mattress'

Rocky Run Middle presents musical comedy.

'Once Upon a Mattress'

Health Notes

Health Notes

Jazz and Pizzazz at Chantilly High

Jazz and Pizzazz at Chantilly High

Business Notes

Business Notes

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Health Notes

Health Notes

Mortarboard Day at Patriot Center

George Mason University conducts 40th annual spring commencement.

Mortarboard Day at Patriot Center

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Singing, Acting, Dancing

Madison students create memorable show.

Singing, Acting, Dancing

Take the ‘A’ Train

Springfield resident balances law, jazz music.

Take the ‘A’ Train

Getting to Know …

Michael Hennesy

Getting to Know …

Lockdown at Willow Springs Elementary

Police respond after shots fired nearby.

Lockdown at Willow Springs Elementary

Theater

Theater

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Arts Center Finds New Dance Partner

Mikhail Baryshnikov visits Lorton Workhouse Arts Center to consider a partnership.

Arts Center Finds New Dance Partner

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

County To Clamp Big Boxes

County will require Special Exception for stores over 80,000 square feet.

County To Clamp Big Boxes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Calendar

Calendar

County To Clamp Big Boxes

County will require Special Exception for stores over 80,000 square feet.

County To Clamp Big Boxes

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Take the ‘A’ Train

Springfield resident balances law, jazz music.

Take the ‘A’ Train

Students And UCM Join Forces

UCM's thrift store has something for everyone

Students And UCM Join Forces

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Students and UCM Join Forces

UCM's thrift store has something for everyone

Students and UCM Join Forces

Take the ‘A’ Train

Springfield resident balances law, jazz music.

Take the ‘A’ Train

Scrapping for a Rematch

Greg Galligan hopes to challenge incumbent Jay O'Brien for the second time.

Scrapping for a Rematch

Ogre and Out?

Film Review

Ogre and Out?

Business Notes

Business Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Chantilly Choir Presents Concert

Select Women's Choir Performs at Ox Hill Baptist Church.

Chantilly Choir Presents Concert

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Rocking Rockville

Annual Hometown Holidays event is this weekend in Rockville.

Rocking Rockville

School Notes

School Notes

Mortarboard Day at Patriot Center

George Mason University conducts 40th annual spring commencement.

Mortarboard Day at Patriot Center

Retiring Postal Clerk Frye is Honored

Retiring Postal Clerk Frye is Honored

Purchasing Public Schools

City of Fairfax to buy county school property.

Purchasing Public Schools

Take the ‘A’ Train

Springfield resident balances law, jazz music.

Take the ‘A’ Train

Health Notes

Health Notes

Creel Is Given Probation, Suspended Jail Sentence

Creel Is Given Probation, Suspended Jail Sentence

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

School Notes

School Notes

Taking Public Service to Next Level

George Barker runs in Democratic primary for 39th District Senate seat.

Taking Public Service to Next Level

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

A Little Taste of India in Centreville

A Little Taste of India in Centreville

Talking Baseball

Artist Profile

Talking Baseball

Fairfax To Clamp Big Boxes

County will require Special Exception for stores over 80,000 square feet.

Fairfax To Clamp Big Boxes

Loudoun Ongoing Events

Loudoun Ongoing Events

E.C. Lawrence Park Celebrates 25th Anniversary

E.C. Lawrence Park Celebrates 25th Anniversary

School Notes

School Notes

Take the ‘A’ Train

Springfield resident balances law, jazz music.

Take the ‘A’ Train

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Transportation Secy. Homer Excited about Road Ahead

Discusses new projects, Dulles Rail, at DATA dinner.

Transportation Secy. Homer Excited about Road Ahead

Grand Jury Indicts Local People

Grand Jury Indicts Local People

School Notes

School Notes

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Loudoun Theater

Loudoun Theater

Officers Honored for Making Difference

MADD and ASAP reward local law enforcement for efforts against drunk driving.

Officers Honored for Making Difference

Students, UCM Join Forces

UCM's thrift store has something for everyone

Students, UCM Join Forces

New Family Shelter On Track

Kate Hanley Family Shelter to open in early August.

New Family Shelter On Track

Fairfax To Clamp Big Boxes

County will require Special Exception for stores over 80,000 square feet.

Fairfax To Clamp Big Boxes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Art in Loudoun

Art in Loudoun

Tuesday, May 22

Young Writer Receives Children’s Book Award

Oakton High senior awarded for addressing topics of tolerance, diversity to children.

Young Writer Receives Children’s Book Award

Neighbors: Taylor Run May 23-30

Neighbors: Taylor Run May 23-30

Alexandria Bulletin May 23-30

Alexandria Bulletin May 23-30

Racing for Cure

Survivors and supporters for Reston Relay for Life.

Racing for Cure

Obit:Cecil Roger Hensley Dies

Obit:Cecil Roger Hensley Dies

Obit: Corinne Montgomery Scott Dies

Obit: Corinne Montgomery Scott Dies

General Remembered

Wesley United Methodist Church community mourns loss of Army Major General Jack Albright.

General Remembered

Faith May 23-30

Faith May 23-30

School Notes May 23-30

School Notes May 23-30

Angels in Our Midst

Angels in Our Midst

Schools May 23-30

Schools May 23-30

Family Fun at Springfield Days

Annual festival is scheduled for June 2 and 3.

Family Fun at Springfield Days

Schools May 23-30

Schools May 23-30

Kinetic Sculpture

Marco Rando exhibits art at GRACE.

Kinetic Sculpture

Story of a Survivor

Eighth-grader's art project brings Holocaust survivor from Los Angeles to St. Bernadette.

Story of a Survivor

General Remembered

Wesley United Methodist Church community mourns loss of Army Major General Jack Albright.Wesley United Methodist Church community mourns loss of Army Major General Jack Albright.

General Remembered

ViVa! Vienna! Kicks Off Summer

ViVa! Vienna! Kicks Off Summer

Civic Calendar May 23-30

Civic Calendar May 23-30

Angels in Our Midst

Angels in Our Midst

Then Let Them Smash Cake

Morgan Taylor and his cartoon creation Gustafer Yellowgold come to the Jammin’ Java.

Then Let Them Smash Cake

Back in the Saddle

Clifton Saddlery, snatched from the jaws of death, prepares for grand reopening.

Back in the Saddle

Fine Arts May 23-30

Fine Arts May 23-30

Temporary Turbo Charge

With this area company, customers ride like the rich and famous.

Temporary Turbo Charge

Racing to Raise Funds

Local groups pursue original ways of raising Relay for Life funds.

Racing to Raise Funds

Calendar May 23-30

Calendar May 23-30

Calendar: May 23-29

Calendar: May 23-29

Calendar May 23-30

Calendar May 23-30

A Cemetery Makes 'A Fine Place'

Dominion Stage mounts intriguing chamber musical.

A Cemetery Makes 'A Fine Place'

A Cemetery Makes 'A Fine Place'

Dominion Stage mounts intriguing chamber musical.

A Cemetery Makes 'A Fine Place'

Women Helping Women in Business

South Riding group provides support, referrals to women in business.

Women Helping Women in Business

Survey Says …

Great Falls 2020 Vision survey reveals desire for upgraded Village Center but preservation of semi-rural community character.

Survey Says …

Phillips Wins Senate Primary

New Republican nominee to face incumbent Sen. Mark Herring (D-33) in November.

Phillips Wins Senate Primary

Calendar May 23-30

Calendar May 23-30

Students And UCM Join Forces

UCM's thrift store has something for everyone.

Students And UCM Join Forces

Impacting Youth through Camp

Road D.A.W.G. Campers Say No to Gangs

Impacting Youth through Camp

'2 Guys, 2 Guitars, Too Many Beers'

Chris Gantzer and Russ Groover prepare for summer fun.

'2 Guys, 2 Guitars, Too Many Beers'

Fine Art May 23-30

Fine Art May 23-30

'2 Guys, 2 Guitars, Too Many Beers'

Chris Gantzer and Russ Groover prepare for summer fun.

'2 Guys, 2 Guitars, Too Many Beers'

Finding the Devil Inside

In a career of nefarious characters, Marc Kudisch adds a Signature performance.

Finding the Devil Inside

Treats for All

Strut Your Mutt Festival benefits B-CC Rescue Squad.

Treats for All

Driving Through Time

Rows of antique and collector’s automobiles take car show visitors back in time.

Driving Through Time

Race for Broad Run

Waters takes nonpartisan approach

Race for Broad Run

A Comforting Cemetery

Families of fallen soldiers find comfort in each other at Arlington National Cemetery’s Section 60.

A Comforting Cemetery

Health & Fitness May 23-30

Health & Fitness May 23-30

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Increasing The Melting Pot

Mount Vernon Estate hosts naturalization ceremony.

Increasing The Melting Pot

McLean Day Celebrates Community Spirit

For McLean Day participants, old an young alike, last Saturday was just "a beautiful day."

McLean Day Celebrates Community Spirit

Memorial Day Ceremony at

Memorial Day Ceremony at

Armenian Authenticity

Annual festival ups the ante for cuisine.

Armenian Authenticity

The Thrill of Dill in Ashburn

The Thrill of Dill in Ashburn

Alexandria’s Memorial Day Jazz Fest Turns 30

With military in mind, music takes on extra meaning.

Alexandria’s Memorial Day Jazz Fest Turns 30

A Cemetery Makes 'A Fine Place'

Dominion Stage mounts intriguing chamber musical.

A Cemetery Makes 'A Fine Place'

Alexandria’s Memorial Day Jazz Fest Turns 30

With military in mind, music takes on extra meaning.

Alexandria’s Memorial Day Jazz Fest Turns 30

Fine Arts May 23-30

Fine Arts May 23-30

Filmbaking With Substance

Film Review

Filmbaking With Substance

This Week in Potomac 5-23-07

This Week in Potomac 5-23-07

Jam Session

Potomac United Methodist’s 17th annual Strawberry Festival raises proceeds for charity.

Jam Session

Board Considers Bike Helmet Ordinance

Safety issues, personal choice debate by the board.

Board Considers Bike Helmet Ordinance

Zumba for a Cause

Sully Elementary School Parents Meringue for Money

Zumba for a Cause

Judge Dismisses Zurn Case

Assault and battery case against county treasurer over.

Judge Dismisses Zurn Case

MCA To Hold Annnual Meeting

MCA To Hold Annnual Meeting

High Cost of Homes Drives Young Teachers Out

Loudoun Lacks Affordable Housing

High Cost of Homes Drives Young Teachers Out

Faith Notes May 23-30

Faith Notes May 23-30

Life is Good

Jakes of Old Town opened in March, filling lower King Street with life.

Life is Good

Officers Honored

MADD and ASAP reward local law enforcement for efforts against drunk driving.

Officers Honored

Armenian Authenticity

Annual festival ups the ante for cuisine.

Armenian Authenticity

Townhouse Fire Kills Lorton Woman

Townhouse Fire Kills Lorton Woman

Race for Broad Run

Ryan draws on past experience for leadership.

Race for Broad Run

Honoring the Past, Present and Future

Loudoun and its residents celebrate the county’s 250th anniversary.

Honoring the Past, Present and Future

Picture Book

Yorktown students display their photographs around town.

Picture Book

A Beautiful Day at The Races

Getting Around

A Beautiful Day at The Races

Sale for ‘Cemetery Club’

Sale for ‘Cemetery Club’

Creel Given Probation

Potomac man receives suspended jail sentence after pleading guilty to electronic solicitation of a minor.

Creel Given Probation

Vendor Error Triggers Retest

Students Experience Computer Glitch During SOLs

Vendor Error Triggers Retest

Narrowing the Field

County selects five government center projects to move forward.

Narrowing the Field

Choosing Candidates Tricky Business

Choosing Candidates Tricky Business

Theirs for the Asking

Churchill Prom ’07

Theirs for the Asking

Night & Day at Nottoway: May 23

Night & Day at Nottoway: May 23

Life in Escape

Great Falls resident Bob Fifer shares business and life lessons learned in his new book "The Enlightened CEO."

Life in Escape

Increasing The Melting Pot

Mount Vernon Estate hosts naturalization ceremony.

Increasing The Melting Pot

Funding Future Projects

More than $5 million in deferred projects addressed.

Funding Future Projects

Council Notebook

Council Notebook

Both Sides Pack Air Board Hearing

PEPCO and DOE discuss Mirant’s necessity.

Both Sides Pack Air Board Hearing

Girl Admits to False Report

Report of rape false.

Girl Admits to False Report

Young Writer Receives Children's Book Award

Herndon resident awarded for addressing topics of tolerance, diversity to children.

Young Writer Receives Children's Book Award

Second Search for Day Labor Operator

New request includes spending town money.

Second Search for Day Labor Operator

Arcola Retail Heads to Board

Separated portion of the Arcola Center includes 12 retailers.

Arcola Retail Heads to Board

Soccer Field or Nature Conservancy?

More residents speak out against ball field proposal, Council continues discussion without addressing their concerns.

Soccer Field or Nature Conservancy?

Council Campaigns Launch

Democratic caucus hopefuls stake out positions on issues facing the city.

Council Campaigns Launch

Summer Concerts in Great Falls

Concerts on the Green open Sunday at the Great Falls Village Centre.

Summer Concerts in Great Falls

An End, A Beginning

Marymount undergrads go forth into the world.

An End, A Beginning

Aiming High for Gun Control

Advocates against gun violence mobilize for stricter laws.

Aiming High for Gun Control

Aiming High for Gun Control

Advocates against gun violence mobilize for stricter laws.

Aiming High for Gun Control

Attractive Place for Active Seniors

Cascades Attracts More and More Seniors

Attractive Place for Active Seniors

Life in Escape

Great Falls resident Bob Fifer shares business and life lessons learned in his new book "The Enlightened CEO."

Life in Escape

MADD Honors Officers

MADD and ASAP reward local law enforcement for efforts against drunk driving.

MADD Honors Officers

Wider I-66 Moves Forward

A group of local politicians approves a controversial plan to widen a local freeway.

Wider I-66 Moves Forward

Aiming High for Gun Control

Advocates against gun violence mobilize for stricter laws.

Aiming High for Gun Control

Rolling Through Skate Park Possibilities

List of potential sites for Herndon skate park narrowed to two.

Rolling Through Skate Park Possibilities

Taxing Solutions

HomeWork Solutions Makes Nanny Taxes Easy

Taxing Solutions

Timber!

Burke Centre felled trees cause unsightly view.

Timber!

Obit: Corinne Montgomery Scott Dies

Obit: Corinne Montgomery Scott Dies

Focusing on DUI

MADD and ASAP reward local law enforcement for efforts against drunk driving.

Focusing on DUI

Obit:Cecil Roger Hensley Dies

Obit:Cecil Roger Hensley Dies

Model for Nonprofits

Reston Interfaith recognized for service to community.

Model for Nonprofits

Community Notes

Community Notes

Responding to Community Needs

Reston police officers choose operations according to citizen input.

Responding to Community Needs

Alexandria Bulletin May 23-30

Alexandria Bulletin May 23-30

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Neighbors: Taylor Run May 23-30

Neighbors: Taylor Run May 23-30

Monday, May 21

Local Veterans Gear Up For Memorial Day

Local Veterans Gear Up For Memorial Day

High School Cons

Scam artists claiming to be local high school students came to Avenel last week and have been reported in D.C. and McLean.

High School Cons

Saturday, May 19

Impromptu Election

Candidates emerge and jockey for position as the July 17 special election nears.

Impromptu Election

Thursday, May 17

Cappies Review: ’On the Town’ at Thomas

Cappies Review: ’On the Town’ at Thomas

Wednesday, May 16

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Health Notes

Health Notes

Get Ready for Jazz and Pizzazz

21st annual band and choral extravaganza at Chantilly High.

Get Ready for Jazz and Pizzazz

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Service above Self

Sowell serves with Fairfax's Rotary and Apple FCU.

Service above Self

Sickles Launches Re-election Bid

Springfield delegate seeks third term.

Sickles Launches Re-election Bid

Get 'Em Fresh

Wakefield Farmers Market kicks off 2007 season.

Get 'Em Fresh

Warehouse Site Enters BRAC Equation

GSA site and mass transit equal commuter relief.

Warehouse Site Enters BRAC Equation

McConnell Endorses Herrity

Retiring supervisor sees son of former chairman as ‘capable’ successor.

McConnell Endorses Herrity

Theater

Theater

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Service above Self

Sowell serves with Fairfax's Rotary and Apple FCU.

Service above Self

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Will Work for Free

More than 100 volunteers recognized for community service at annual Volunteer Fairfax Service Awards.

Will Work for Free

Warehouse Site Enters BRAC Equation

GSA site and mass transit equal commuter relief.

Warehouse Site Enters BRAC Equation

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Residents Welcome New Landmark

Vienna Town Green seen as “an oasis in town’s busy life.”

Residents Welcome New Landmark

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Fine Arts

Fine Arts

Verbatim

Verbatim

Firefighters at the ‘Scene’

Firefighters at the ‘Scene’

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

New Hotel is Planned for Chantilly

New Hotel is Planned for Chantilly

People Notes

People Notes

Mental Health Services Take Center Stage

Ken Cuccinelli and Janet Oleszak Respond

Mental Health Services Take Center Stage

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

Civic Calendar

Civic Calendar

Son Faces Grand Jury in Mother’s Murder

Murder case against son proceeds to Fairfax County Circuit Court.

Son Faces Grand Jury in Mother’s Murder

School Notes

School Notes

Culinary Students Win Medals at States

Chef Doubleday's students compete next at nationals.

Culinary Students Win Medals at States

FISH Catches Commnunity Support

Gala raises funds to help those in need.

FISH Catches Commnunity Support

Service above Self

Sowell serves with Fairfax's Rotary and Apple FCU.

Service above Self

'I Remember Walney' — Mildred DeBell Recalls E.C. Lawrence Park

'I Remember Walney' — Mildred DeBell Recalls E.C. Lawrence Park

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Service above Self

Sowell serves with Fairfax's Rotary and Apple FCU.

Service above Self

Health Notes

Health Notes

Pat Herrity Runs for Supervisor

Pat Herrity vies for Springfield seat of retiring Elaine McConnell.

Pat Herrity Runs for Supervisor

School Notes

School Notes

Distinguishing Differences

Republican candidates for Springfield District Supervisor try to set themselves apart.

Distinguishing Differences

Memorable Out of Body Experience

Stezin's latest at Charter is thought-provoking and fascinating.

Memorable Out of Body Experience

School Notes

School Notes

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Loudoun Theater Notes

Loudoun Theater Notes

Roundups

Roundups

Honor Across Route One

Police Unity Bike Tour nears final stop with a celebratory picnic at Fort Hunt Park.

Honor Across Route One

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Getting to Know......

Malcom and Marjorie Stringer

Getting to Know......

Loudoun Calendar

Loudoun Calendar

Making Green on the Greens

Local author chronicles the history of betting in golf.

Making Green on the Greens

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

New Family Shelter Is Right on Track

Scheduled to open in early August.

New Family Shelter Is Right on Track

In their Own Words

O'Brien, Galligan, Barker Respond

In their Own Words

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Remembering a 'House of Another Chance'

Historic marker unveiled on former site of Ivakota Farm.

Remembering a 'House of Another Chance'

Church To Expand Beyond City

One God Ministry plans to build church in the Springfield District.

Church To Expand Beyond City

School Notes

School Notes

Memorable Out of Body Experience

Stezin's latest at Charter is thought-provoking and fascinating.

Memorable Out of Body Experience

Competition Breath of Fresh Air

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

Competition Breath of Fresh Air

Business Notes

Business Notes

Stan Reid: On the Bus

Candidate rides buses, knocks on doors to get message out.

Stan Reid: On the Bus

Calendar

Calendar

Distinguishing Differences

Republican candidates for Springfield District Supervisor try to set themselves apart.

Distinguishing Differences

School Notes

School Notes

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

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Providence District Ready for Debate

Democratic candidates to meet in only debate before June 12 primary.

Providence District Ready for Debate

Health Notes

Health Notes

Warehouse Site Enters BRAC Equation

GSA site and mass transit equal commuter relief.

Warehouse Site Enters BRAC Equation

Memorable Out of Body Experience

Stezin's latest at Charter is thought-provoking and fascinating.

Memorable Out of Body Experience

In Case of Emergency …

Local fire and rescue personnel rehearse disaster response.

In Case of Emergency …

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Making Green on the Greens

Local author chronicles the history of betting in golf.

Making Green on the Greens

What’s the Dewey Decimal Number for Anchovies?

What’s the Dewey Decimal Number for Anchovies?

Making a Project U-Turn?

City contemplates proposal to change course of a VDOT project that could impact nearby shopping center.

Making a Project U-Turn?

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Pick Up the Pace?

Some say City Council should change its slow-paced tempo if it wants to redevelop Fairfax Boulevard.

Pick Up the Pace?

Caputo: 'We Must Close Loopholes'

House of Delegates — District 67

Caputo: 'We Must Close Loopholes'

Distinguishing Differences

Republican candidates for Springfield District Supervisor try to set themselves apart.

Distinguishing Differences

Chantilly Firecats Win Third State Cup Tourney

Chantilly Firecats Win Third State Cup Tourney

Teen is Indicted on Robbery Charges

Teen is Indicted on Robbery Charges

Health Notes

Health Notes

Art in Loudoun

Art in Loudoun

Service above Self

Sowell serves with Fairfax's Rotary and Apple FCU.

Service above Self

That Classic Taste

Annual Taste of Arlington attracts some new faces.

That Classic Taste

Calendar

Calendar

Cuccinelli Talks Roads, New Laws

Burke Centre residents discuss transportation and mental health with state senator.

Cuccinelli Talks Roads, New Laws

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Culinary Students Take Medals at States

Chef Doubleday's students compete next at nationals.

Culinary Students Take Medals at States

Culinary Students Take Gold Medals at States

Chef Doubleday's students compete next at nationals.

Culinary Students Take Gold Medals at States

Week in Great Falls

Week in Great Falls

Calendar

Calendar

Distinguishing Differences

Republican candidates for Springfield District Supervisor try to set themselves apart.

Distinguishing Differences

Health Notes

Health Notes

Gunning for Change?

Gunning for Change?

Westfield Awards Cappies Medallions

Nominees are honored in special ceremony.

Westfield Awards Cappies Medallions

Calendar

Calendar

Cuccinelli Talks Roads, New Laws

Burke Centre residents discuss transportation and mental health with state senator.

Cuccinelli Talks Roads, New Laws

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Tuesday, May 15

Board Minority Shunned

School Board chairman’s meeting with the superintendent prompts controversy.

Board Minority Shunned

Handing Down Huntley Meadows

Park's first and only manager retires after 30 years.

Handing Down Huntley Meadows

McGimsey to Face Tulloch

Democrat Andrea McGimsey will run against incumbent Republican for Potomac seat.

McGimsey to Face Tulloch

Raising Roofs, Raising Awareness

Shell station fund-raiser supports Fisher House Foundation for U.S. troops.

Raising Roofs, Raising Awareness

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Williams Enters Supervisor Race

Williams Enters Supervisor Race

Policing Provides Prevention

Community deputies provide important liaison for residents, families.

Policing Provides Prevention

From 400 to 400

Long-lost community was Virginia’s center of power from 1200 until it was abandoned in 1609.

From 400 to 400

Teachers Win Cash Prize

Foundation Recognizes Top Teachers

Teachers Win Cash Prize

Filmbaking With Substance

Film Revie

Filmbaking With Substance

Community Notes

Community Notes

’Tis the Season

Farmers Market opens at Lake Anne.

’Tis the Season

240 Pints, 720 Lives

Langley Science Honor Society breaks INOVA blood donation record at most recent blood drive.

240 Pints, 720 Lives

Local Dancer To Train in Russia

Oak Hill resident Keenan Kampa, 18, selected for St. Petersburg ballet school.

Local Dancer To Train in Russia

240 Pints, 720 Lives

Langley Science Honor Society breaks INOVA blood donation record at most recent blood drive.

240 Pints, 720 Lives

McLean Day on Saturday

Local clubs, civic organizations, businesses, performers and residents prepare for the ever-popular ‘McLean Day.’

McLean Day on Saturday

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Community Notes

Community Notes

Artists On Display

Members of Great Falls Studios entertain local residents with demonstrations of their craft.

Artists On Display

Happy Birthday, Guilford

Sterling School Turns 40

Happy Birthday, Guilford

Beltway Traffic Changes Ahead This Summer

Freedmen's Cemetery Memorial process outlined.

Beltway Traffic Changes Ahead This Summer

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Visions of Dream Pools

Custom designed pools prove a creative guard against summer heat.

Visions of Dream Pools

Dance Therapy

Sterling Seniors Dance their Aches and Pains Away

Dance Therapy

First Airplanes, Now Helicopters

MCA moves on to helicopter noise complaints after success of aircraft noise abatement efforts.

First Airplanes, Now Helicopters

Handing Down Huntley Meadows

Park's first and only manager retires after 30 years.

Handing Down Huntley Meadows

Night & Day at Nottoway

Night & Day at Nottoway

Parents Zumba for PTO Funds

Sully PTO Sponsors Zumba-thon

Parents Zumba for PTO Funds

Community Notes

Community Notes

Once Upon a Time, There Was Rail in Reston

Long-time residents reflect on transportation in the past.

Once Upon a Time, There Was Rail in Reston

Providing Shelter

Shelter Provides Hope to Homeless Women

Providing Shelter

Traffic, Development Changes Transform Area

Number of cars that pass through Vienna on an average day is more than twice the town’s population.

Traffic, Development Changes Transform Area

Group Pushes for Parking on County Property

Planner discusses Lake Anne recommendations with community group.

Group Pushes for Parking on County Property

Making Memorable Music, More Money

The Loudoun Summer Music Fest kicks off June 3 at the Belmont Country Club.

Making Memorable Music, More Money

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Planning Ahead

Projects aimed at eliminating traffic flow through downtown Herndon preserve small commuter times.

Planning Ahead

Projects To Change Landscape, Life

How will upcoming major transportation projects affect daily life in our communities?

Projects To Change Landscape, Life

Inspring Hope for the Future

National program works locally to encourage area children to succeed.

Inspring Hope for the Future

Cyclists Bike for a Cure

MS Society Hosts 25th Bike Ride

Cyclists Bike for a Cure

Rising Hope Church Founder Honored by Seminary

Church staff and volunteers share the spotlight.

Rising Hope Church Founder Honored by Seminary

Teens Charged with Fires

Two Middle-School Students Plead Guilty to Yorktown Fires

Teens Charged with Fires

A Community's Transfer

Broadland and Southern Walk residents upset over lack of representation on HOA board.

A Community's Transfer

Council Notebook

Council Notebook

Dentists Drill Parents on Dental Care

Addressing Pediatric Dental Needs

Dentists Drill Parents on Dental Care

Old Traditions, New Location

America's Cup of Polo holds inaugural event at Morven Park.

Old Traditions, New Location

House Approves Indian Recognition

Moran’s longstanding quest finally meets approval in House, heads to Senate.

House Approves Indian Recognition

Buses, Trains and Mostly Automobiles

An estimate: rail line would be able to serve as many people as four lanes of traffic.

Buses, Trains and Mostly Automobiles

Providence Prepares for Debate

Democratic candidates to meet in only debate before June 12 primary.

Providence Prepares for Debate

Creating a Village

County begins to implement wraparound coordination program.

Creating a Village

Community Notes

Community Notes

Week In McLean

Week In McLean

The Second Most Wonderful Time of the Year in McLean

Local clubs, civic organizations, businesses, performers and residents prepare for the ever-popular ‘McLean Day.’

The Second Most Wonderful Time of the Year in McLean

Beltway Traffic Changes Ahead This Summer

Freedmen's Cemetery Memorial process outlined.

Beltway Traffic Changes Ahead This Summer

Commercial Center in Process

Neighbors have mixed feelings about proposed 21,000-square-foot office building on Walker Road.

Commercial Center in Process

Pot Melts at Wolftrap Elementary

School showcases own international flavor.

Pot Melts at Wolftrap Elementary

Council OKs Smaller Budget

Allocation of skate park funds, increased sewer and water rates among approvals.

Council OKs Smaller Budget

Time Well Spent

Loudoun Care Teams Up with Claude Moore, Teens to Make Free Time Mean Something

Time Well Spent

From Farmlands to Metropolis

Long-time residents and local officials reflect on the future of McLean, Great Falls and Tysons Corner.

From Farmlands to Metropolis

From Farmlands to Metropolis

Long-time residents and local officials reflect on the future of McLean, Great Falls and Tysons Corner.

From Farmlands to Metropolis

Calendar: May 16-22

Calendar: May 16-22

Community Notes

Community Notes

Feel the Roar

Fairfax Harley Davidson dealership sponsors ninth annual Ride of the Patriots in conjunction with the larger Rolling Thunder event in Washington.

Feel the Roar

Funding the Future

Scholarship Fund hands over $350,000 to more than 200 students.

Funding the Future

Safety Center Opens

Dulles South center will house Fire and Rescue, Sheriff’s Office

Safety Center Opens

Debate to the (un)Death

Film Review

Debate to the (un)Death

ACVA Boat Tour Promotes National harbor

National Harbor could add 100,000 tourists annually to city.

ACVA Boat Tour Promotes National harbor

Critical Hours, Critical Spots

Things are likely to get worse before they get better.

Critical Hours, Critical Spots

Williams Enters Hunter Mill Race

Williams Enters Hunter Mill Race

Monday, May 14

Boat Builder

Harrison named National Park Service’s national volunteer of the year for his efforts in bringing a canal boat back to Great.

Boat Builder

Obituary: Sarah Willis Dies

Obituary: Sarah Willis Dies

Style of ‘07

Whitman Prom

Style of ‘07

Obituary: Sarah Willis Dies

Obituary: Sarah Willis Dies

Former ACLU Head Indicted

Former ACLU Head Indicted

Faith Notes May 17-23

Faith Notes May 17-23

Sickles Launches Re-election Campaign

Sickles Launches Re-election Campaign

Calendar May 17-23

Calendar May 17-23

Fine Arts May 17-23

Fine Arts May 17-23

Obituary: Richard A. Jakopic Dies

Obituary: Richard A. Jakopic Dies

Obituary: Joel M. Woldman Dies

Obituary: Joel M. Woldman Dies

Civic Calendar May 16-22

Civic Calendar May 16-22

Clubs & Organizations May 16-22

Clubs & Organizations May 16-22

A Tight Situation

Scotland asks for renovation or reconstruction to get a community center with more space.

A Tight Situation

Ten Thousand Villages

Ten Thousand Villages

Calendar May 17-23

Calendar May 17-23

Senior Living May 16-22

Senior Living May 16-22

The Politics Of Comedy

The creator of The Daily Show mines the headlines for laughs in her stand-up act.

The Politics Of Comedy

Triumph in Tokyo

Churchill freshman becomes youngest Japan National Chess Champion in

Triumph in Tokyo

Faith May 17-23

Faith May 17-23

Schools May 17-23

Schools May 17-23

Obituary: Joel M. Woldman Dies

Obituary: Joel M. Woldman Dies

Neighborhood in Focus: Nauck

This historic Arlington community rolls with the changes.

Neighborhood in Focus: Nauck

Clubs & Organizations May 16-22

Clubs & Organizations May 16-22

Obituary: Richard A. Jakopic Dies

Obituary: Richard A. Jakopic Dies

Bringing Home the Bacon

District 15 legislators discuss victories, defeats, and what’s ahead at the Maryland General Assembly.

Bringing Home the Bacon

Getting To Know... Karen Bune

A local legal specialist reflects on her career.

Getting To Know... Karen Bune

Obit: Ruth Sazer Weissman Dies

Obit: Ruth Sazer Weissman Dies

Learning Kindness

Bells Mill make booklets to exchange with schoolchildren in Afghanistan.

Learning Kindness

No Rain On This Parade

Arlington’s annual Neighborhood Day parade goes off without a hitch.

No Rain On This Parade

Born To Run

Arlington neighborhoods compete in a 10K race.

Born To Run

A Different Collegiate Path

Local students gearing up for a career in the military.

A Different Collegiate Path

Schools May 16-23

Schools May 16-23

Task Force Gets Briefing

Full platter and limited funds face county human services.

Task Force Gets Briefing

Faith Notes May 16-22

Faith Notes May 16-22

Fine Arts May 16-22

Fine Arts May 16-22

This Week in Potomac 5-16-07

This Week in Potomac 5-16-07

Fine Arts May 16-22

Fine Arts May 16-22

Clubs & Organizations May 16-22

Clubs & Organizations May 16-22

Thursday, May 10

La Casa Bella

La Casa Bella

Cleopatra's Closet

Cleopatra's Closet

Rocky Road to Kansas

Rocky Road to Kansas

Eclectic Nature

Eclectic Nature

Loudoun Calendar

Loudoun Calendar

Piaggio’s Loft

Piaggio’s Loft

Bizim Collection

Bizim Collection

BLT Shirt Printers, Inc.

BLT Shirt Printers, Inc.

La Muse: Gifts with Purpose

La Muse: Gifts with Purpose

La Cuisine — The Cook's Resource

La Cuisine — The Cook's Resource

Stems

Stems

Sacred Circle

Sacred Circle

Alexandria Pastry Shop & Catering Company

Alexandria Pastry Shop & Catering Company

Kosmos Designs and Ideas

Kosmos Designs and Ideas

Dash's of Old Town

Dash's of Old Town

Artfully Chocolate

Artfully Chocolate

Bachelor II Dolls and Bears

Bachelor II Dolls and Bears

Jaracanda Brazilian Furniture and Artifacts

Jaracanda Brazilian Furniture and Artifacts

Gossypia

Gossypia

Eight Hands Round

Eight Hands Round

Kit & Caboodle

Kit & Caboodle

The Hangar Aviation Specialties

The Hangar Aviation Specialties

Arts Afire Glass Gallery

Arts Afire Glass Gallery

MOM's- My Organic Market

MOM's- My Organic Market

Exotic Planterium

Card & Comic Collectorama

Exotic Planterium

Council Abandons Target

Elected leaders vote to increase budget by 5.2 percent.

Council Abandons Target

Madeleine's Dogs

Madeleine's Dogs

Wednesday, May 9

Old Town Post Box Alexandria Independent Mailers

Old Town Post Box Alexandria Independent Mailers

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Chantilly DECA Team Honored

Chantilly DECA Team Honored

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

School Notes

School 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

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Real Estate

Real Estate

Health Notes

Health Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Volunteering

Volunteering

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

People Notes

People Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

National Capital Flag Company Inc.

National Capital Flag Company Inc.

Getting to Know...

Alison Malmon

Getting to Know...

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

Banana Tree

Banana Tree

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Classic Glass Inc.

Classic Glass Inc.

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Nature By Design

Nature By Design

The Christmas Attic

The Christmas Attic

Sports Plus

Sports Plus

Mia Gemma

Mia Gemma

Romance for the Senses

Romance for the Senses

A Likely Story Childrens's Bookstore

A Likely Story Childrens's Bookstore

Apple Seed Maternity & Baby Boutique

Apple Seed Maternity & Baby Boutique

Civic Calendar

Civic Calendar

Volunteering

Volunteering

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Elizabeth Stone Gallery

Elizabeth Stone Gallery

Gallery West

Gallery West

Pacers Running Stores

Pacers Running Stores

Whistle Stop Hobbies

Whistle Stop Hobbies

People Notes

People Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

The Most Dangerous Game

Profile

The Most Dangerous Game

Loudoun Theater

Loudoun Theater

Raw Artistic Talent

Lauren Miko’s colorful take on the art of sushi.

Raw Artistic Talent

Burning Desire

Local cigar shops keep personalized service from going up in smoke.

Burning Desire

Art in Loudoun

Art in Loudoun

Jack Sparrow for President?

Author explores a little-know pirate democracy in new book.

Jack Sparrow for President?

Strong Foundation for 'Nest'

Signature premieres play about historic infanticide.

Strong Foundation for 'Nest'

Calendar

Calendar

Symphony Mixes Voice & Video With Music

Concert Focuses On American Life

Symphony Mixes Voice & Video With Music

Symphony Mixes Voice & Video With Music

Concert Focuses On American Life

Symphony Mixes Voice & Video With Music

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Strong Foundation for 'Nest'

Signature premieres play about historic infanticide.

Strong Foundation for 'Nest'

Calendar

Calendar

Jack Sparrow for President?

Author explores a little-know pirate democracy in new book.

Jack Sparrow for President?

Mt.Vernon To Offer Wine, Tours & Jazz

Mt.Vernon To Offer Wine, Tours & Jazz

Strong Foundation for 'Nest'

Signature premieres play about historic infanticide.

Strong Foundation for 'Nest'

Raw Artistic Talent

Lauren Miko’s colorful take on the art of sushi.

Raw Artistic Talent

Burning Desire

Local cigar shops keep personalized service from going up in smoke.

Burning Desire

Loudoun Ongoing Events

Loudoun Ongoing Events

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Fine Arts

Fine Arts

Theater

Theater

Two Exciting Days with Royalty

Del. Vincent Callahan shares details of Her Majesty’s visit to Richmond, Williamsburg and Jamestown last week.

Two Exciting Days with Royalty

First Day Produce

Burke Farmers Market begins 2007 season at V.R.E. lot.

First Day Produce

Actively Concerned

Bradsher takes part in community education issues.

Actively Concerned

Armel, Garbarino Remembered

400 people attend ceremony; memorials unveiled at Sully District Police Station.

Armel, Garbarino Remembered

A Gathering in Remembrance

Garbarino and Armel honored at candlelight vigil.

A Gathering in Remembrance

Drug Charge Sent to Grand Jury

Drug Charge Sent to Grand Jury

23 Cappie Nominations for Local High Schools

Chantilly gets 12; Westfield, 7; Centreville, 4.

23 Cappie Nominations for Local High Schools

Business Notes

Business Notes

Angel Kisses Race Sunday, May 13

Helps families of children with cancer.

Angel Kisses Race Sunday, May 13

W&M Students Are Hokies Too

Field hockey team sells 3,000 T-shirts for memorial fund.

W&M Students Are Hokies Too

E.C. Lawrence Park Marks 25th Anniversary

E.C. Lawrence Park Marks 25th Anniversary

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Building Beds for Lakota Tribe

Build beds for children on reservation.

Building Beds for Lakota Tribe

Clifton Homes Tour Is May 16-17

Clifton Homes Tour Is May 16-17

Farmland in the City

Downtown Fairfax Coalition Farmer’s Market opens.

Farmland in the City

Police To Begin ICE Training

Police To Begin ICE Training

Actively Concerned

Bradsher takes part in community education issues.

Actively Concerned

Actively Concerned

Bradsher takes part in community education issues.

Actively Concerned

Season’s Greetings at Farmers’ Markets

Two farmers’ markets welcome shoppers with spring delights.

Season’s Greetings at Farmers’ Markets

Chip Shot for Charity

Golfers play a round to raise funds for National Multiple Sclerosis Society.

Chip Shot for Charity

Many Steps to Health

North Springfield teachers, staff take part in healthy heart walking program.

Many Steps to Health

Baby-Sitter's Husband Convicted of Murder

Jury recommends maximum sentence for murder of 21-month-old.

Baby-Sitter's Husband Convicted of Murder

Open for Business

Crosspointe Fire Station 41 opens its doors Monday, May 7.

Open for Business

Tea and Politics

GOP women host first Membership Tea at Heart in Hand Restaurant.

Tea and Politics

Open for Business

Crosspointe Fire Station 41 opens its doors Monday, May 7.

Open for Business

Actively Concerned

Bradsher takes part in community education issues.

Actively Concerned

Actively Concerned

Bradsher takes part in community education issues.

Actively Concerned

Tuesday, May 8

Calendar May-10-16

Calendar May-10-16

McKay Officially Enters Lee District Race

Kauffman's retirement creates a critical open seat.

McKay Officially Enters Lee District Race

Former Redskin Dies In Sleep

Kevin Mitchell dies in home at age 36.

Former Redskin Dies In Sleep

Emergency!

Dulles Airport holds an emergency drill.

Emergency!

President’s Veto Sparks Protest

Local residents demonstrate against President Bush’s Iraq decision.

President’s Veto Sparks Protest

IMVH Breaks Ground For $13 Million Expansion

Improvements geared to better patient care and service.

IMVH Breaks Ground For $13 Million Expansion

Rock-n-Roll Recital

Rock-n-Roll Recital

Saying No to Secrecy

McLean Citizens Association raises concerns about the growing veil of secrecy around Dulles Corridor Rail project.

Saying No to Secrecy

Sheriff Releases Suspect Sketch

Authorities still investigating reported sexual assault.

Sheriff Releases Suspect Sketch

It's Friday Night Live!

Town comes out in force for concert series’ premiere.

It's Friday Night Live!

Week In Great Falls

Week In Great Falls

Residents Face Problems with HOA, Cable

Southern Walk residents are frustrated with developer-controlled HOA board and telecommunication services.

Residents Face Problems with HOA, Cable

Learning to Live with New Lungs

At 15 months old, local child receives rare lung transplant.

Learning to Live with New Lungs

President’s Veto Sparks Protest

Local residents demonstrate against President Bush’s Iraq decision.

President’s Veto Sparks Protest

New Cost to Day Labor Site?

Plan to attract new site operators could cost town $13,500

New Cost to Day Labor Site?

Councilmembers Recognize Stern Code

Two members say Council should lighten up if it’s serious about redeveloping the city

Councilmembers Recognize Stern Code

Sheriff Gives Tentative ICE Support

Changes in ICE process could green light training program in the county.

Sheriff Gives Tentative ICE Support

Counselor Faces Charges

Former counselor charged for sexual relationship with teenage girl.

Counselor Faces Charges

Young Professionals Head to Southern Africa

Rotary Club sponsors group study exchange with southern Africa chapters.

Young Professionals Head to Southern Africa

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes May 10-16

Faith Notes May 10-16

Every Home Has a Story

Clifton Woman's Club offers Homes Tour, Marketplace May 16-17.

Every Home Has a Story

Faith Notes May 10-16

Faith Notes May 10-16

Andrews, Phillips Meet in Debate

Candidates focus on transportation, safety.

Andrews, Phillips Meet in Debate

Health & Fitness May 10-16

Health & Fitness May 10-16

Health & Fitness May 10-16

Health & Fitness May 10-16

Every Home Has a Story

Clifton Woman's Club offers Homes Tour, Marketplace May 16-17.

Every Home Has a Story

Health & Fitness May 10-16

Health & Fitness May 10-16

Schools May 10-16

Schools May 10-16

More than a 10-cent Tour

Historic Fairfax Homes Tour provides guests with inside look into way people live.

More than a 10-cent Tour

Alexandria Bulletin May 10-16

Alexandria Bulletin May 10-16

Hall Receives Maximum Punishment

Horne Sentences Hall to More Than 74 Years

Hall Receives Maximum Punishment

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Business Notes May 10-16

Business Notes May 10-16

Obit: Ordell P. Olson Dies

Obit: Ordell P. Olson Dies

Huhtala To Challenge Hudgins

Huhtala To Challenge Hudgins

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

BRAC Relocations — By the Numbers

Fort Belvoir commander tries to allay public fears.

BRAC Relocations — By the Numbers

Alexandria Bulletin May 10-16

Alexandria Bulletin May 10-16

Community Notes

Community Notes

Community Notes

Community Notes

Life After Tech Tragedy

Former Park View Student Overcomes Injuries

Life After Tech Tragedy

How Much Development for Lake Anne?

Revitalization density considered in economic terms.

How Much Development for Lake Anne?

Town Votes to Retain Its Character

Incumbents highlight opposition to major redevelopment as key to victory.

Town Votes to Retain Its Character

Business Notes May 10-16

Business Notes May 10-16

Simpson, Ahlemann Debate

Simpson Revisits ICE in Time for Election

Simpson, Ahlemann Debate

Obit: Ordell P. Olson Dies

Obit: Ordell P. Olson Dies

Faith Notes May 10-16

Faith Notes May 10-16

'Bouquet of Ballet'

The Margaret Haddad Studio of Classical Ballet prepares for its 20th end-of-season performance at The Madeira School.

'Bouquet of Ballet'

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Huhtala To Challenge Hudgins

Huhtala To Challenge Hudgins

Another Chance for Riverbend

Another Chance for Riverbend

This Commute Avoids Traffic

Some local residents bike to work.

This Commute Avoids Traffic

Boundary Switch

School Board Adopts Forest Grove Attendance Boundaries

Boundary Switch

'Bouquet of Ballet'

The Margaret Haddad Studio of Classical Ballet prepares for its 20th end-of-season performance at The Madeira School.

'Bouquet of Ballet'

Sharing Medical Information

Regional group hopes to establish better system of communication between caregivers and patients.

Sharing Medical Information

Fire Brings Neighbors Together

Following April 28 townhouse fire, neighbors organize fund-raising drive.

Fire Brings Neighbors Together

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

President’s Veto Sparks Protest

Local residents demonstrate against President Bush’s Iraq decision.

President’s Veto Sparks Protest

Community Notes

Community Notes

'Bouquet of Ballet'

The Margaret Haddad Studio of Classical Ballet prepares for its 20th end-of-season performance at The Madeira School.

'Bouquet of Ballet'

An Early Mother’s Day

Burke hair salon provides a complimentary day of services to the mothers, wives and daughters of deployed American soldiers.

An Early Mother’s Day

Taking First Step toward Richmond

Life, Experiences prepared Andrews for Senate.

Taking First Step toward Richmond

President’s Veto Sparks Protest

Local residents demonstrate against President Bush’s Iraq decision.

President’s Veto Sparks Protest

Boy Charged with Rachel Carson Food Tampering

Police apprehend 12-year-old for placement of pins, paper clips in cafeteria food.

Boy Charged with Rachel Carson Food Tampering

Business Notes May 10-15

Business Notes May 10-15

Two Decades at Thoreau

Vienna teacher plans to retire at end of school year.

Two Decades at Thoreau

BRAC Relocations — By the Numbers

Fort Belvoir commander tries to allay public fears.

BRAC Relocations — By the Numbers

Civic Calendar May 10-16

Civic Calendar May 10-16

In the Running

Party Candidate Lists Set

In the Running

Schools May 10-16

Schools May 10-16

Firefighter for a Day

Local boy gets personal tour of fire station as thank you for donation to Police Unity Tour fund-raiser.

Firefighter for a Day

Flowery Jungle Sprouts in Burke

Burke resident of nearly 70 years loves the azaleas that accent her property.

Flowery Jungle Sprouts in Burke

Fitness Is Fun

Nonprofit after-school program teaches children about fitness and nutrition at an early age.

Fitness Is Fun

Community Notes

Community Notes

Community Notes

Community Notes

Culvert Clash

A hydrological project pits the residents of an Arlington neighborhood against each other.

Culvert Clash

Fitness Is Fun

Nonprofit after-school program teaches children about fitness and nutrition at an early age.

Fitness Is Fun

Senior Living May 10-16

Senior Living May 10-16

Keshet Child Development Center Relocates

Programs will continue in new Arlington location.

Keshet Child Development Center Relocates

City to Consecrate Lost Cemetery

As the city prepares to rededicate the Freedman’s Cemetery, questions linger.

City to Consecrate Lost Cemetery

Fine Art May 10-16

Fine Art May 10-16

Taking First Step toward Richmond

Phillips seeks to reach average voter.

Taking First Step toward Richmond

An MVP for Brain Tumor Research

An MVP for Brain Tumor Research

Public Hearing Scheduled On Mirant

Correspondence widens schism between Mirant, City And Moran.

Public Hearing Scheduled On Mirant

Fire Send Four To Hospitals

Fire Send Four To Hospitals

Vice Mayor Resigns

Andrew Macdonald departs for ‘personal reasons.’

Vice Mayor Resigns

Calendar: May 9-15

Calendar: May 9-15

IAH's Project 2010 Gets $14 Million Boost

IAH's Project 2010 Gets $14 Million Boost

Dodge Serves in Africa

Potomac native and Naval lieutenant commander, William R. Dodge provides emergency medical services throughout Horn of Africa.

Dodge Serves in Africa

Mirant Mural Presentation Draws Few

Artists' Web site adds fuel to Mirant controversy.

Mirant Mural Presentation Draws Few

Smith Will Not Seek Re-election

Smith Upset with School Board Politics

Smith Will Not Seek Re-election

Squish or Squash?

Racquetball players face off with parents over the fate of a room at Chinquapin.

Squish or Squash?

Landon in Full Bloom

Landon Azalea Festival

Landon in Full Bloom

Trying to Live Independently

Couple with disabilities struggle to live on their own because they are not handicapped enough.

Trying to Live Independently

Council Notebook

Council Notebook

Keeping the Past in Alexandria's Future

Historic preservation community wraps up two-day conference.

Keeping the Past in Alexandria's Future

Clinton's Lesson on Citizenship

Potomac School students celebrate $12 million donation by holding question and answer session with former President Bill Clinton.

Clinton's Lesson on Citizenship

Fine Art May 10-16

Fine Art May 10-16

Calendar May 10-16

Calendar May 10-16

Farm Life Means Hard Work

Farmers have the chance to show the work they do during spring farm tour.

Farm Life Means Hard Work

Convicted of Murder

Jury recommends maximum sentence for murder of 21-month-old.

Convicted of Murder

They Just Want a Home

PetConnect Rescue

They Just Want a Home

Food Drive Raises Hopes at Rising Hope

Letter Carriers deliver more than mail this Saturday.

Food Drive Raises Hopes at Rising Hope

Night and Day at Nottoway

Night and Day at Nottoway

New Fire Station

Possible locations will be presented to Town Council on May 15.

New Fire Station

'May I Have the Envelope Please...'

Local high school students nominated for their theatrical performances.

'May I Have the Envelope Please...'

Chesapeake Bay: Everybody's Back Yard

Potomac Conservancy kicks off new exhibit at annual reopening of Lockhouse 8.

Chesapeake Bay: Everybody's Back Yard

Sickles Launches Re-election Campaign

Sickles Launches Re-election Campaign

Day of Service

More than 800 AOL employees volunteered for county nonprofits during the Greater DC Cares Servathon.

Day of Service

Calendar May 10-16

Calendar May 10-16

Fine Art May 10-16

Fine Art May 10-16

Week In McLean

Week In McLean

Fine Arts Scene

Fine Arts Scene

Spider-Man Survives Tangled Web of Characters

Film Review

Spider-Man Survives Tangled Web of Characters

Now You're Playing with Turtle Power

Game Review

Now You're Playing with Turtle Power

17 Approved on Van Dorn

Development will encroach into stream buffer.

17 Approved on Van Dorn

Kitchen Classroom

High school’s culinary arts program keeps visiting dignitaries well fed.

Kitchen Classroom

‘On Our Toes’

Potomac Dance Ensemble performs this weekend.

‘On Our Toes’

Monday, May 7

Incumbents Retake Council Seats

Dellinger, Lovelace, Robinson sweep challengers.

Incumbents Retake Council Seats

Two Communities, Different Strategies

Herndon Police and Loudoun County Sheriff's Department diverge on policy for immigration enforcement.

Two Communities, Different Strategies

Getting to Know ... Kathryn Holt Springston

A human repository of Arlington knowledge fears for the future of her county.

Getting to Know ... Kathryn Holt Springston

Leaving A Legacy

A church celebrates its 60th year in Arlington.

Leaving A Legacy

Net Gains

Donald Dell awarded Lifetime Achievement Award for his devotion to area youth and the sport of tennis.

Net Gains

Breaking Out

Students at Hoover Middle School are finding themselves in Gilbert & Sullivan’s characters and the Hoover drama department.

Breaking Out

What’s Old is New at Old Angler’s

Chef Jeff Tomchek returns for a second stint at Old Angler’s Inn and shakes up the menu.

What’s Old is New at Old Angler’s

Growing Under a Microscope

Experts, public weigh in on the initial recommendations for the county’s new growth policy.

Growing Under a Microscope

Sports & Beer: Match Made in Heaven

An adult athletic league fosters friendships over sports and suds.

Sports & Beer: Match Made in Heaven

A Shot of Reality

Bullis students get a lesson on the dangers of drinking and driving from someone who knows.

A Shot of Reality

Arlington Meet Yourself

Local neighborhoods are put on display for a countywide festival.

Arlington Meet Yourself

Stan Reid: On the Bus

Candidate rides buses, knocks on doors to get message out.

Stan Reid: On the Bus

Stan Reid: On the Bus

Candidate rides buses, knocks on doors to get message out.

Stan Reid: On the Bus

'Wow' Factor on Display

Clifton Homes Tour previewed at home of previous participant

'Wow' Factor on Display

Thursday, May 3

A District Turning Blue?

At Candidates’ Forum, Democratic candidates express optimism about the changing politics of the Dranesville District.

A District Turning Blue?

A District Turning Blue?

At Candidates’ Forum, Democratic candidates express optimism about the changing politics of the Dranesville District.

A District Turning Blue?

Langley Students Perform at Carnegie

Local flutist plays at Carnegie Hall this month after April performance by Langley’s Wind Symphony.

Langley Students Perform at Carnegie

A Dentist, a Florist and a Man-Eating Plant

McLean Community Players production of “Little Shop of Horrors” opens at Alden Theatre this weekend.

A Dentist, a Florist and a Man-Eating Plant

A Dentist, a Florist and a Man-Eating Plant

McLean Community Players production of “Little Shop of Horrors” opens at Alden Theatre this weekend.

A Dentist, a Florist and a Man-Eating Plant

A Natural Habitat Makeover

Members of the Spring Hill Elementary School Naturalists Club work on creating outdoor classroom space.

A Natural Habitat Makeover

Book-making Workshop at Library

Book-making Workshop at Library

Langley Students Perform at Carnegie

Local flutist plays at Carnegie Hall this month after April performance by Langley’s Wind Symphony.

Langley Students Perform at Carnegie

Week In Great Falls

Week In Great Falls

Week In McLean

Week In McLean

Knock, Knock, Who's There? Burglars and Scam Artists

Police officers advise residents to be on the lookout for European burglary groups and con artists posing as solicitors.

Knock, Knock, Who's There? Burglars and Scam Artists

Langley Students Perform at Carnegie

Local flutist plays at Carnegie Hall this month after April performance by Langley’s Wind Symphony.

Langley Students Perform at Carnegie

Wednesday, May 2

Fat Babies and 'Bronx' Tales

Alexandria author offers touching life stories.

Fat Babies and 'Bronx' Tales

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Theater

Theater

'Farm' Fresh

Synetic's animal revolution takes over Spectrum stage.

'Farm' Fresh

Art in Loudoun

Art in Loudoun

Fine Arts

Fine Arts

Calendar

Calendar

Bizarre Take On Titanic Mystery

Fantasy opens at Little Theatre of Alexandria

Bizarre Take On Titanic Mystery

Fishing for Advice

Rod & Reel Repair offers more than the name suggests.

Fishing for Advice

Getting Hooked On the Fly

Virginia streams offer big opportunities for fly fishing.

Getting Hooked On the Fly

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Will Work for Free

More than 100 volunteers recognized for community service at annual Volunteer Fairfax Service Awards.

Will Work for Free

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Wide World of Music

Artist Profile

Wide World of Music

Excerpts

Excerpts

Loudoun Calendar

Loudoun Calendar

'Farm' Fresh

Synetic's animal revolution takes over Spectrum stage.

'Farm' Fresh

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Bizarre Take On Titanic Mystery

Fantasy opens at Little Theatre of Alexandria

Bizarre Take On Titanic Mystery

Loudoun Ongoing Events

Loudoun Ongoing Events

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Calendar

Calendar

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

School Notes

School Notes

Theater Students Remember Rema

Theater Students Remember Rema

Roundups

Roundups

Business Notes

Business Notes

Community Takes Walk for Shea

More than 500 people do their part to find a cure for SMA.

Community Takes Walk for Shea

A Cook Gives Back

Former homeless woman hasn’t forgotten those who helped turn her life around.

A Cook Gives Back

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

A Cook Gives Back

Former homeless woman hasn’t forgotten those who helped turn her life around.

A Cook Gives Back

School Notes

School Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Reading for the Future

Construction of Burke Centre Library puts thought toward future.

Reading for the Future

School Notes

School Notes

Peddling for the Park

Annual yard sale raises funds for Clifton Town Park.

Peddling for the Park

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Residents Win First Step

Judge overrules Leesburg’s motion to dismiss water and sewer rate lawsuit.

Residents Win First Step

School Notes

School Notes

Perfecting her Swing

Certified golfer teaches in Fairfax.

Perfecting her Swing

Health Notes

Health Notes