Stories for April 2003

Stories for April 2003

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Wednesday, April 30

Crime Log

Crime Log

Family's Fourth Generation of Service

Family's Fourth Generation of Service

Crime Log

Crime Log

Crime Log

Crime Log

A Library, Yes, but What About the Books?

Cuts to the library's book budget could make it hard to fill new libraries.

A Library, Yes, but What About the Books?

Crime Log

Crime Log

Pedaling Past Traffic Jams

Bike to Work Day

Pedaling Past Traffic Jams

Fantasy Card Game Attracts Local Gamers

Fantasy Card Game Attracts Local Gamers

Campaign Contributions Reported for First Quarter

Campaign Contributions Reported for First Quarter

A Matter of Trust

New United Way director wants to raise $1 million.

A Matter of Trust

Republicans Report Campaign Contributions for First Quarter

Republicans Report Campaign Contributions for First Quarter

Three Democrats Seek Nomination

Three Democrats Seek Nomination

Two Republicans Seek Nomination as Supervisor

Two Republicans Seek Nomination as Supervisor

First-Quarter Campaign Contributions Report

First-Quarter Campaign Contributions Report

Republicans Report Campaign Contributions

Republicans Report Campaign Contributions

Action Makes Schnabel War Hero

Action Makes Schnabel War Hero

Republicans Report Campaign Contributions for First Quarter

Republicans Report Campaign Contributions for First Quarter

Family's Fourth Generation of Service

Family's Fourth Generation of Service

Campaign Contributions Listed for First Quarter, 2003

Campaign Contributions Listed for First Quarter, 2003

News Briefs

News Briefs

Family's Fourth Generation of Service

Family's Fourth Generation of Service

Wacky and Wonderful 'Virginia Curiosities'

Local Author documents state's 'Quirky Characters, Roadside Oddities, and Other Offbeat Stuff'

Wacky and Wonderful 'Virginia Curiosities'

Action Makes Schnabel War Hero

Action Makes Schnabel War Hero

Local Boy, 8, in Fund-Raiser, May 4

Local Boy, 8, in Fund-Raiser, May 4

Teacher Sentenced for Crimes against Nature

Teacher Sentenced for Crimes against Nature

Preserving Our Freedom

Brian Nelson's Proud to Serve his Country

Preserving Our Freedom

Family's Fourth Generation of Service

Family's Fourth Generation of Service

'Semblance' of Story-Telling

Family history and infamous murder converge in local author's novel.

'Semblance' of Story-Telling

Not to Waste

LCSA takes waste water treatment to new level.

Not to Waste

Republicans Will Choose Nominee for Supervisor May 10

Republicans Will Choose Nominee for Supervisor May 10

Christian Rock Concert In Bull Run Regional Park

Christian Rock Concert In Bull Run Regional Park

In Touch with Sully

Supervisor Michael Frey Runs for Fourth Term

In Touch with Sully

Three Democrats Seek Nomination

Three Democrats Seek Nomination

Teacher Cadet Program Goes Beyond Books

Teacher Cadet Program Goes Beyond Books

Army Engineer Danielson Helps Rebuilding Efforts

Army Engineer Danielson Helps Rebuilding Efforts

Church Spruces, Repairs Clifton Woman's Home

Church Spruces, Repairs Clifton Woman's Home

Groundbreaking Ceremony for Centreville Presbyterian Church

Groundbreaking Ceremony for Centreville Presbyterian Church

Fantasy Card Game Attracts Local Gamers

Fantasy Card Game Attracts Local Gamers

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Colorado Principal Named Cluster Director

Colorado Principal Named Cluster Director

School Notes

School Notes

Colorado Principal Named Cluster Director

Colorado Principal Named Cluster Director

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Colorado Principal Named Cluster Director

Colorado Principal Named Cluster Director

Centreville High's 'Pippin' is One, Wild Ride

Centreville High's 'Pippin' is One, Wild Ride

School Notes

School Notes

Westfield High Presents 'Once Upon a Mattress'

Westfield High Presents 'Once Upon a Mattress'

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Education Notebook - 04/30/03

Education Notebook - 04/30/03

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Action Makes Schnabel War Hero

Action Makes Schnabel War Hero

Health Notes

Health Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Virtual Visits Keep Patients Healthy

Telemedicine Reduces Seniors Hospital Visits

Virtual Visits Keep Patients Healthy

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Center Celebrates Spring with Carnival

Hoping to Bring Everyone Under One Roof

Center Celebrates Spring with Carnival

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

BRT or Rail?

Rapid Transit Action Committee members make a pitch for Bus Rapid Transit option.

BRT or Rail?

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Energy Conservation Saves $6 Million

Schools continue cost-savings energy management program.

Energy Conservation Saves $6 Million

Parenting Pride

MotherNet program teaches parenting skills.

Parenting Pride

Dranesville Democrats Will Choose Their Candidate May 10

Dranesville Democrats Will Choose Their Candidate May 10

Republicans to Choose Nominee for Supervisor on May 10

Republicans to Choose Nominee for Supervisor on May 10

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

What About Books?

Cuts to the library's book budget could make it hard to fill new libraries.

What About Books?

Roundups

Roundups

Calendar

Calendar

Night Life

Night Life

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Faith

Faith

School Notes

School Notes

Over-the-Counter Meds Debated

Change Could Make Penalties Optional

Over-the-Counter Meds Debated

Tuesday, April 29

Citizens Meet the Candidates

Evening gives citizens chance to see candidates' personalities at work.

Citizens Meet the Candidates

Vienna Volunteers Bring Christmas in April

Volunteers make repairs on elderly woman's house.

Vienna Volunteers Bring Christmas in April

Thompson Property Wins Preliminary Approval

34 Homes for 102 pastoral acres.

Thompson Property Wins Preliminary Approval

The Ladies Who Preserve the Nation

Mount Vernon's regents raise the stakes of national preservation.

The Ladies Who Preserve the Nation

Tax Would Generate Money for Schools

Some say it is premature.

Tax Would Generate Money for Schools

Film Festival is Fun and Profitable

Film Festival is Fun and Profitable

Passenger Killed In Auto Collision

Passenger Killed In Auto Collision

This Week in Potomac

This Week in Potomac

Crime Reports

Crime Reports

Serpentine Preserved

Legacy Open Space protects the rare area.

Serpentine Preserved

Deployed — but Not Forgotten

Mount Vernon Military Overseas

Deployed — but Not Forgotten

Park Improvements Budget Process Begins

North Potomac Community Center to be delayed.

Park Improvements Budget Process Begins

South Lakes JROTC Survives, for Now

County is '99 percent sure' the program will be back next year.

South Lakes JROTC Survives, for Now

Crime Report

Crime Report

‘Voice of Spring’

Potomac Dance Centre’s annual show has new choreographer.

‘Voice of Spring’

Business Notes

Business Notes

Civic Calendar

Civic Calendar

Avenel Fire Displaces Family

Damage estimated at $3 million

Avenel Fire Displaces Family

Cameras Rolling In Schools Spark Enthusiasm, Careers

Cameras Rolling In Schools Spark Enthusiasm, Careers

Crime Report

Crime Report

Special Volunteers Honored at Awards Luncheon

Special Volunteers Honored at Awards Luncheon

85 Boys and Girls from School Are We

Hoover Middle School performs the Mikado.

85 Boys and Girls from School Are We

The Ladies Who Preserve the Nation

Mount Vernon's regents raise the stakes of national preservation.

The Ladies Who Preserve the Nation

Hollin Hall's Big Thank-You

Hollin Hall's Big Thank-You

Film Festival is Fun and Profitable

Film Festival is Fun and Profitable

Marshall's Presents Special Love Story

Musical tells the joys and hardship of 1920s Siamese twins.

Marshall's Presents Special Love Story

Body Identified As That of Missing Woman; Man Sought

Body Identified As That of Missing Woman; Man Sought

Deployed — but Not Forgotten

Mount Vernon Military Overseas

Deployed — but Not Forgotten

Special Volunteers Honored at Awards Luncheon

Special Volunteers Honored at Awards Luncheon

Route 1 Widening a Long Way Off

Route 1 Widening a Long Way Off

Candidates Square Off For Election

Candidates Square Off For Election

Corruption and Greed at Madison

Spring musical portrays the glitter and sleaziness of the Jazz Age.

Corruption and Greed at Madison

Leaving on Top

After 34 years with the town, 'Employee of the Year' gears up for final month.

Leaving on Top

Living with Style

Fairfax woman vies for Ms. Senior America title.

Living with Style

Democrat Runs for 34th District State Senate Seat

Democrat Runs for 34th District State Senate Seat

Promoting Music in School

NSO conductor Leonard Slatkin visits Fairhill Elementary.

Promoting Music in School

Reliving Civil War History

Fairfax City hosts its annual Civil War weekend on May 3 and 4.

Reliving Civil War History

Schools Consider Health Textbooks

Sex ed. curriculum clouds school board's textbook decision.

Schools Consider Health Textbooks

GWU Students Coming to Rosslyn

Gallery apartments will be limited to juniors, seniors.

GWU Students Coming to Rosslyn

Cameras Rolling in Schools Sparks Enthusiasm, Careers

Cameras Rolling in Schools Sparks Enthusiasm, Careers

Fantasy Card Game Attracts Local Gamers

Fantasy Card Game Attracts Local Gamers

Business Notes

Business Notes

Board Budgets Living Wage

Ordinance expected soon, but could take three years to kick in.

Board Budgets Living Wage

Cameras Rolling In Schools Spark Enthusiasm, Careers

Cameras Rolling In Schools Spark Enthusiasm, Careers

Business Notes

Business Notes

Community News

Community News

Roundup

Roundup

Police DWI Program Debuts

Police DWI Program Debuts

Business Notes

Business Notes

New Police Station Site Undetermined

Council suggests keeping police station at John C. Wood; Council, staff and citizens await results.

New Police Station Site Undetermined

Board Approves $666 Million Budget

Homeowners will pay $414 more to fund six percent increase in county spending.

Board Approves $666 Million Budget

Running for Office Is Costly

Financial disclosure forms reveal how much was spent in campaign.

Running for Office Is Costly

City Mulls Over New Visitors Center

Question is, where to put it and at what cost?

City Mulls Over New Visitors Center

E-mail Flap

School system-generated message causes stir in city.

E-mail Flap

A Day to Remember

A Day to Remember

.. And Babies Make Three-Plus

Business and Family Profile

.. And Babies Make Three-Plus

Police DWI Program Debuts

Police DWI Program Debuts

Springfield Interchange Project Passes Midway Point

Springfield Interchange Project Passes Midway Point

Fighting for the Arts

Cultural Arts Center supporters make their voices heard at first public hearing on proposed budget.

Fighting for the Arts

Waiting for Malvo

After hearing prosecution, defense arguments, Roush defers ruling on Malvo confession.

Waiting for Malvo

HCTV

HCTV

Classes

Classes

Groups & Clubs

Groups & Clubs

At Park View High

At Park View High

Sullivan Wins Teacher of Year Honors

School board members recognize “Project Discovery,” debate Yorktown tennis.

Sullivan Wins Teacher of Year Honors

Commercial Rebound for Dulles Toll Road?

Recent deals in Reston give hope to ailing commercial real estate market.

Commercial Rebound for Dulles Toll Road?

Springfield Interchange Project Passes the Midway Point

Springfield Interchange Project Passes the Midway Point

First Lady Visits 'Healthy Families'

Local program aims to teach parents of at-risk children how to be parents.

First Lady Visits 'Healthy Families'

Police DWI Program Debuts

Police DWI Program Debuts

Springfield Interchange Project Passes Midway Point

Springfield Interchange Project Passes Midway Point

Lillie Finklea Honored by Historical Society

Lillie Finklea Honored by Historical Society

Pentagon Notes

Pentagon Notes

Board Set to Consider Zone Parking

In lengthy meeting, board members clash over redevelopment plans.

Board Set to Consider Zone Parking

Business Notes

Business Notes

Council Is Unanimous

Budget reflects 5.6 percent increase for '04.

Council Is Unanimous

Sunday, April 27

Leaving Home

Move to Maryland takes Cooper Dawson from his family home.

Leaving Home

Wednesday, April 23

Week in Fairfax

Week in Fairfax

Crime Log

Crime Log

News Briefs

News Briefs

Scotts Blend Service with Cultural Education

Best of Reston

Scotts Blend Service with Cultural Education

Crime Report

Crime Report

Crime Log

Crime Log

Military Notes

Military Notes

News Briefs

News Briefs

Military Notes

Military Notes

Tot Trot Event for Shaken Babies

To Be Held Saturday, May 3

Tot Trot Event for Shaken Babies

Schnabel is War Hero

Helps Nab Disguised Iraqui Soldiers

Schnabel is War Hero

Mulford School Gets Approval

Mulford School Gets Approval

McIntyre Challenges Cuccinelli for State Senate

Decision to take on incumbent splits party.

McIntyre Challenges Cuccinelli for State Senate

WFCCA Gives Approval for Furniture Store

WFCCA Gives Approval for Furniture Store

Frey Discusses Sully, Budget with Residents

Frey Discusses Sully, Budget with Residents

Beer Plant Expansion OK'd

Beer Plant Expansion OK'd

Kim Pleads Guilty: Burglary, Sex Charges

Kim Pleads Guilty: Burglary, Sex Charges

Chantilly Man Charged With Setting His Townhouse on Fire

Chantilly Man Charged With Setting His Townhouse on Fire

Local Women Hold MS Fund-Raiser

Local Women Hold MS Fund-Raiser

Dick Frank Is Honored

Receives McDonnell Award Posthumously for Outstanding Community Service

Dick Frank Is Honored

Odyssey of the Mind Teams Win State Championships

Odyssey of the Mind Teams Win State Championships

Business Notes

Business Notes

Military Notes

Military Notes

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Gone Dark

After decades in Arlington, Whitey's closes.

Gone Dark

Military Notes

Military Notes

MYS Proposal Shows Two New Fields and a Parking Lot

MYS Proposal Shows Two New Fields and a Parking Lot

McIntyre Challenges Cuccinelli for State Senate

Decision to take on incumbent splits party.

McIntyre Challenges Cuccinelli for State Senate

Business Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Roundups

Roundups

Business Notes

Business Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

People Notes

People Notes

Spotlight On the Arts

Events Calendar

Spotlight On the Arts

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Calendar

Calendar

Night Life

Night Life

Calendar

Calendar

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Night Life

Night Life

Check Out the Chess Champs

Check Out the Chess Champs

Night Life

Night Life

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Home Repair Program Looks Out for Seniors

County crew will fix up elderly residents' homes at no charge.

Home Repair Program Looks Out for Seniors

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Camps and Schools 4/23/03

Camps and Schools 4/23/03

College Notes

College Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

College Notes

College Notes

College Notes

College Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Youth Survey Canceled

Youth Survey Canceled

Police Arrest Three Men For Chantilly Burglaries

Police Arrest Three Men For Chantilly Burglaries

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Town Approves Southern States Proposal

‘Vienna Marketplace’ may begin moving in this year.

Town Approves Southern States Proposal

Art History Goes, Langley Orchestra Doesn't

Art History Goes, Langley Orchestra Doesn't

Crime Log

Crime Log

Calendar

Calendar

Crime Log

Crime Log

Calendar

Calendar

Chantilly High Presents 'I Remember Mama'

Chantilly High Presents 'I Remember Mama'

News Briefs

News Briefs

Tax Night, Party Night

Clarendon Alliance's annual Tax Blues Night draws last-minute filers.

Tax Night, Party Night

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Health Notes

Health Notes

College Notes

College Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Tuesday, April 22

Anti-Stadium Forces Rally

Anti-Stadium Forces Rally

Small Steps to Big Time Films

Small Steps to Big Time Films

Council Looks at Education Impact Tax

Fee would offset costs of adding onto schools.

Council Looks at Education Impact Tax

Dumais’ Projects

Dumais’ Projects

Walk to Raise Awareness of Dystonia

Walk to Raise Awareness of Dystonia

What Can We Eat For Passover?

Jewish families celebrate the holiday of Passover.

What Can We Eat For Passover?

Nature House Could Be Open by Next Year

Nature House Could Be Open by Next Year

Searching For Treasures

Searching For Treasures

Earth Day Education

Federal officials visit Potomac school.

Earth Day Education

Feldman’s Projects

Feldman’s Projects

Civic Calendar

Civic Calendar

High-Priced Houses Still Selling Well

Some see a softening in the market.

High-Priced Houses Still Selling Well

Cryor’s Projects

Cryor’s Projects

Volunteering

Volunteering

Bronrott’s Projects

Bronrott’s Projects

Beating Traffic, Two Pedals at a Time

Second annual Reston "Bike to Work Day" encourages commuters to leave their cars at home.

Beating Traffic, Two Pedals at a Time

Estate Circle Special Place for Sunrise Service

Estate Circle Special Place for Sunrise Service

On the Bunny Trail: The Gables at Mount Vernon

On the Bunny Trail: The Gables at Mount Vernon

Puller Re-Election Kickoff Embraces New Constituency

36th District encompasses 20 precincts in Prince William County and 19 in Fairfax County.

Puller Re-Election Kickoff Embraces New Constituency

Cancellations Complete Band's Bad-Luck Year

McLean High Band has mixed feelings about canceled trip to China

Cancellations Complete Band's Bad-Luck Year

Positive Outlook Rewarded at Little Run

Positive Outlook Rewarded at Little Run

Tax Rate Down, Taxes Up

Supervisors cut $50 million; human services suffer.

Tax Rate Down, Taxes Up

Sniper Suspect's Confession or Violation?

Sniper Suspect's Confession or Violation?

High-Priced Houses Still Selling Well

Some see a softening in the market.

High-Priced Houses Still Selling Well

Swapping Stories: A Historical Tradition

Swapping Stories: A Historical Tradition

Walk to Raise Awareness of Dystonia

Walk to Raise Awareness of Dystonia

'Laramie' to Loudoun

NVCC play reflects on issues of tolerance, violence.

'Laramie' to Loudoun

Let There Be Light

Caffi and Waters Field in Vienna boasts new lights.

Let There Be Light

Candidates Square Off

Candidates Square Off

Parties Choose Ways to Choose Candidates

Dems to Caucus; GOP will Canvass on May 10

Parties Choose Ways to Choose Candidates

Students Learn to be Earth's Friends

Local students, young and old, help mark Earth Day in Herndon.

Students Learn to be Earth's Friends

Parrott Heads Wrapped in Charities and Buffett

Parrott Heads Wrapped in Charities and Buffett

No More COLAs

Economy hits Herndon employees.

No More COLAs

D'Orso's Work Nearly Snags Pulitzer

D'Orso's Work Nearly Snags Pulitzer

Democrat Kicks Off Campaign.

The race for the 35th District seat in the House of Delegates fills up.

Democrat Kicks Off Campaign.

D'Orso's Work Nearly Snags Pulitzer

D'Orso's Work Nearly Snags Pulitzer

Art in the Family

Family-run store opens for business in Reston Town Center.

Art in the Family

Watching Iraq, Preparing for Congressional Run

Iraqi-born congressional candidate and Herndon resident has different perspective on war.

Watching Iraq, Preparing for Congressional Run

Fees for Field Use?

Supervisors to consider new fee to help buy land for more fields.

Fees for Field Use?

City Hall Expansion, School Renovations Debated

City Council grapples with spending current and future bond money.

City Hall Expansion, School Renovations Debated

Perseverance Solves the Circle Puzzle

Expansion of parking will take place at the existing west parking lot.

Perseverance Solves the Circle Puzzle

Inova Alexandria Hospital Receives Top Award

Inova Alexandria Hospital Receives Top Award

Baby's Death Ruled a Homicide

County Man Arrested

Baby's Death Ruled a Homicide

Mount Vernon Sophomore Takes to the Sea

Ocean classroom proves exciting and educational.

Mount Vernon Sophomore Takes to the Sea

Titan Expo More Than Fun

Titan Expo More Than Fun

Bridge Construction Claims More Business Casualties

Gas stations, motel, dealership all affected.

Bridge Construction Claims More Business Casualties

Bridge Construction Claims More Business Casualties

Gas stations, motel, dealership all affected.

Bridge Construction Claims More Business Casualties

Positive Outlook Rewarded at Little Run

Positive Outlook Rewarded at Little Run

Small Steps to Big Time Films

Small Steps to Big Time Films

Officer Shoots Suspect

Traffic altercation leads to random shooting.

Officer Shoots Suspect

Parties Choose Ways to Choose Candidates

Dems to Caucus; GOP Canvasses on May 10

Parties Choose Ways to Choose Candidates

Small Steps to Big Time Films

Small Steps to Big Time Films

Party Planned for Great Falls Elementary

Party Planned for Great Falls Elementary

Groups & Clubs

Groups & Clubs

Classes

Classes

Classes

Classes

Groups & Clubs

Groups & Clubs

Holidays at the Office

Some residents spend Easter on the job.

Holidays at the Office

Taste of Arlington Returns May 18

Annual event benefits Community Residences.

Taste of Arlington Returns May 18

HCTV

HCTV

At South Lakes High

At South Lakes High

Mendelsohn Votes 'No' on Eighth County Budget

Parkouts Eliminated in Great Falls and McLean

Mendelsohn Votes 'No' on Eighth County Budget

Illegal U-Turn On King Street Results In Injuries

Illegal U-Turn On King Street Results In Injuries

Positive Outlook Rewarded at Little Run

Positive Outlook Rewarded at Little Run

At Pentagon, Earth Day Goes High Tech

New technologies could protect soldiers, environment.

At Pentagon, Earth Day Goes High Tech

Parrott Heads Wrapped in Charities and Buffett

Parrott Heads Wrapped in Charities and Buffett

Helping Students Stay in School

Helping Students Stay in School

Education Notebook - 04/23/03

Education Notebook - 04/23/03

Plan Rethinks Hooes Ball Fields

Plan Rethinks Hooes Ball Fields

D'Orso Nearly Snags Pulitzer

D'Orso Nearly Snags Pulitzer

Can Moorefield House Be Saved?

Town Council discusses contract with restorer that would save the house structure.

Can Moorefield House Be Saved?

This Week in Potomac

This Week in Potomac

Open for Title Sponsorship

Open for Title Sponsorship

Phoenix Rises at Plaza

National for-profit university opens its first Virginia campus in Reston.

Phoenix Rises at Plaza

Mixed Results From Assembly

Potomac’s legislators report on the 2003 session.

Mixed Results From Assembly

Community News

Community News

Mendelsohn Votes 'No' on Eighth Budget

Parkouts Eliminated in McLean and Great Falls

Mendelsohn Votes 'No' on Eighth Budget

Quesenberry Complaint Adjusts

Simpson praises judge's ruling.

Quesenberry Complaint Adjusts

Relocation Reflects on County

MCI shows 'long-term commitment' to Loudoun

Relocation Reflects on County

County Branches Out Arbor Day Programming

County Branches Out Arbor Day Programming

Signs of Trouble?

Dry Clean Depot's signs get attention.

Signs of Trouble?

Parties Choose Ways to Choose Candidates

Parties Choose Ways to Choose Candidates

Who Runs New Arts Center?

Town to play stronger role, at least initially.

Who Runs New Arts Center?

Parrot Heads Wrapped in Charities and Buffett

Parrot Heads Wrapped in Charities and Buffett

Roundup

Roundup

A Budget Balancing Act

New tax rate will be $1.03, with one cent going to fund the purchase of open space.

A Budget Balancing Act

Malvo's Confession a Violation?

Prosecution hopes to express, while defense hopes to suppress sniper's confession.

Malvo's Confession a Violation?

Thursday, April 17

Attaining School Funding Goal of School Board Candidate

Attaining School Funding Goal of School Board Candidate

Attaining Funding Is Goal Of School Board Candidate

Attaining Funding Is Goal Of School Board Candidate

Attaining School Funding Goal For School Board Candidate

Attaining School Funding Goal For School Board Candidate

Wednesday, April 16

Local Theater Company Lives on Edge

Controversial play ends run at Industrial Strength Theater.

Local Theater Company Lives on Edge

Reston Honored

Political heavyweights fete RA at its annual members' meeting.

Reston Honored

Sallie Mae Stays 'Home' in Reston

Reston-based company doesn't join exodus from Dulles Corridor, opts to keep headquarters in Reston.

Sallie Mae Stays 'Home' in Reston

Birth Announcements

Birth Announcements

Colin Powell Name Sparks Controversy

Residents Are Split Over Name Of New Elementary School

Colin Powell Name Sparks Controversy

Baker's Sentence Delayed; Husband Is Also Arrested

Baker's Sentence Delayed; Husband Is Also Arrested

Walk for Shea is April 27

Walk for Shea is April 27

Fair Oaks Apartment Proposal Moves Ahead

Fair Oaks Apartment Proposal Moves Ahead

Chantilly Theatre First in No. Va. Festival

Chantilly Theatre First in No. Va. Festival

Sting Nabs Suspected Predator

Sting Nabs Suspected Predator

VDOT Copes With Cuts

Smart Traffic Center streamlines services despite $94 million state budget cut.

VDOT Copes With Cuts

Empty Bowls

Empty Bowls dinner raises thousands for three area charities.

Empty Bowls

A Vision for the Herndon Arts Center

Committee gets its first look at what a downtown arts center may actually look like.

A Vision for the Herndon Arts Center

Tightening the Purse Strings

Mayor's tax restructuring package included in town manager's proposed budget.

Tightening the Purse Strings

Business Notes

Business Notes

Around Town

Around Town

Egg Hunt Celebrates Spring in Great Falls

Egg Hunt Celebrates Spring in Great Falls

Auxiliary Police Officers are Honored

Auxiliary Police Officers are Honored

Augenbaugh Named Head of Housing

New county division to consolidate affordable housing responsibilities.

Augenbaugh Named Head of Housing

Centreville Grad O'Neill with Marines in Iraq

Centreville Grad O'Neill with Marines in Iraq

Preserving Our Freedom

Margoupis Is Serving His Country

Preserving Our Freedom

At Woodson

At Woodson

'Godspell:" An Escape from Reality

'Godspell:" An Escape from Reality

Whitman Tunes Up 'Tenor'

Whitman Tunes Up 'Tenor'

At Herndon High School, 'Cut Loose'

At Herndon High School, 'Cut Loose'

Concert to Benefit Theater

Da Vinci's Notebook to perform at Westfield.

Concert to Benefit Theater

TJ Students Computerize Cappies Voting

Four Thomas Jefferson students created the members-only Web site in their spare time.

TJ Students Computerize Cappies Voting

Centreville's Critics Enjoy Their Work

Critiques encompass all parts of stagecraft.

Centreville's Critics Enjoy Their Work

A Day in the Life of a Tech

A Day in the Life of a Tech

Hylton Ready for 'Kiss'

Hylton Ready for 'Kiss'

Hylton Ready for 'Kiss'

Hylton Ready for 'Kiss'

'A Chorus Line' Comes to Edison

'A Chorus Line' Comes to Edison

At Langley

At Langley

Musicals, Dramas Take Spotlight

Area high schools launch spring theater performances.

Musicals, Dramas Take Spotlight

A New Student's Perspective

A New Student's Perspective

Company 3/01 Serves Up 'Underpants'

Company 3/01 Serves Up 'Underpants'

South Lakes Drama: 'We Are Family'

Spring musical, "Singin' in the Rain," premiers in May.

South Lakes Drama: 'We Are Family'

SLHS Drama to Hold 'Tags Day'

SLHS Drama to Hold 'Tags Day'

'Cut Loose' with 'Footloose'

'Cut Loose' with 'Footloose'

Hey, It's Springfield, Not Seaworld

Hey, It's Springfield, Not Seaworld

At Lee, Behind the Scenes

At Lee, Behind the Scenes

Lake Braddock Produces 'Letters' and 'Heart'

Lake Braddock Produces 'Letters' and 'Heart'

Chantilly Receives Four Folger's Awards

Chantilly Receives Four Folger's Awards

Directing and the One-Act Play Festival in May

Directing and the One-Act Play Festival in May

Exchange Student Finds Home in Theater

By Megan Henry

Exchange Student Finds Home in Theater

Burke Ready to Use his Training

Burke Ready to Use his Training

At Marshall

At Marshall

Schedule

Schedule

From 'Miracle Worker' to 'Titanic'

From 'Miracle Worker' to 'Titanic'

Children Gain Taste of Live Theater

Children Gain Taste of Live Theater

Worried? Here's 'Pippin'

Leave your field to flower as Centreville High School performs "Pippin."

Worried? Here's 'Pippin'

Night Life

Night Life

Calendar

Calendar

McLean High Pursues 'Les Miserables.'

McLean High Pursues 'Les Miserables.'

Long Day's Journey into Opening Night

Here's the script for putting on a high school play.

Long Day's Journey into Opening Night

Night Life

Night Life

Classes

Classes

Troupe 1899: Part of New York for a Day

Troupe 1899: Part of New York for a Day

Virginia Tech Road Show at Westfield

Virginia Tech Road Show at Westfield

Teacher, Students Salvage 'Rough Year'

Park View theater has its own 'Cinderella' story.

Teacher, Students Salvage 'Rough Year'

"A Piece of My Heart"

Lake Braddock's Cappies' production about Vietnam brings to light issues of war for the students.

"A Piece of My Heart"

Getting to Know 'The King and I'

Getting to Know 'The King and I'

Other Schools Respond to F/X's Emergencies

Other Schools Respond to F/X's Emergencies

Groups & Clubs

Groups & Clubs

Night Life

Night Life

Groups & Clubs

Groups & Clubs

Lessons and All That Jazz

Lessons and All That Jazz

At Wakefield, Baker Prevails

Senior valedictorian first Warrior named U-Va Jefferson Scholar.

At Wakefield, Baker Prevails

Geography of the Winner's Circle

Woodlawn student takes top honors in state Geographic Bee, qualifies for nationals.

Geography of the Winner's Circle

Fairy Tale with a Twist

Fairy Tale with a Twist

School Notes

School Notes

Spotlight on Lights

Madison students raise money for lights for the spring musical "Chicago."

Spotlight on Lights

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Vocal Talents Highlight 'My Fair Lady'

Vocal Talents Highlight 'My Fair Lady'

TC. Williams Cuts Loose with 'Footloose'

TC. Williams Cuts Loose with 'Footloose'

Local Theater Company Lives on Edge

Controversial play ends run at Industrial Strength Theater.

Local Theater Company Lives on Edge

Lee to Present Two Odd 'Couple's

Lee to Present Two Odd 'Couple's

Boy Scout Flea Market April 26

Boy Scout Flea Market April 26

Roundups

Roundups

Roundup

Roundup

MVHS in Midst of 'Godspell'

MVHS in Midst of 'Godspell'

At Oakton

At Oakton

Calendar

Calendar

Classes

Classes

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Tuesday, April 15

Marine Aviator Called On Again

Marine Aviator Called On Again

Crime Log

Crime Log

Devolites To Run for State Senate

Devolites To Run for State Senate

Military Notes

Military Notes

Flying High

Oakton High School rocketry team is a finalist in a national contest.

Flying High

Crime Report

Crime Report

Kingstowne Park Finally Changes Hands

Kingstowne Park Finally Changes Hands

A Budding Playwright

Father-daughter team create musical for school play.

A Budding Playwright

Suspicious Activity Is Hard To Pin Down

Suspicious Activity Is Hard To Pin Down

Two Setbacks for Bridge

Two Setbacks for Bridge

Crime Report

Crime Report

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

This Week in Potomac

This Week in Potomac

Crime Log

Crime Log

Paul Mattix, 80, Engineer

Obituary

Paul Mattix, 80, Engineer

Greenbriar Estates Wins Preliminary Approval

New development will bring up to 62 new homes, but will also dedicate 60 acres of rare land for a conservation park.

Greenbriar Estates Wins Preliminary Approval

Potomac Elementary To Absorb More Students

Immersion program to admit at least two from out of boundary.

Potomac Elementary To Absorb More Students

Dance the Night Away

Registration for next year’s Club Friday for children in grades three to six will begin Sept. 1.

Dance the Night Away

Pohick Creek Gets A Spring Cleaning

Pohick Creek Gets A Spring Cleaning

Answers Sought In Education Forum

Answers Sought In Education Forum

Deployed — But Not Forgotten

Mount Vernon Military Overseas

Deployed — But Not Forgotten

Peace Project Unites Faiths

Desire to help Iraqi families becomes an interfaith project.

Peace Project Unites Faiths

Revitalization and Taxes: A Conundrum

Revitalization and Taxes: A Conundrum

Local Stars Appear on Screen and In Film Festivals

Local Stars Appear on Screen and In Film Festivals

Pedestrians in Crosswalks Have a $500 Advantage

New signs aim to protect and to curb deaths along Route 1

Pedestrians in Crosswalks Have a $500 Advantage

Vienna Council Unveils 2004 Proposed Budget

Property tax goes down by one-half cent.

Vienna Council Unveils 2004 Proposed Budget

School Board Redraws Boundaries

School Board Redraws Boundaries

Goodfriend Testifies on SARS Threat

Goodfriend Testifies on SARS Threat

Crime Log

Crime Log

County Youth Programs Expand Youth Opportunities

Local musician gives back to the community that raised her.

County Youth Programs Expand Youth Opportunities

LEIP Provides Jump Start on Environmental Practices

Loudoun County losing five to 10 acres of forest a day.

LEIP Provides Jump Start on Environmental Practices

Tepid Response to P4P Cap in McLean

Tepid Response to P4P Cap in McLean

DEQ to Investigate Water Quality Problems

Bacteria has impaired seven segments of Goose Creek.

DEQ to Investigate Water Quality Problems

Lines Not Too Taxing at Post Office

Lines Not Too Taxing at Post Office

Teacher's Sentencing Delayed

Teacher's Sentencing Delayed

City Honors Public Servants

Firefighters and a Fairfax City police officer are honored with public-safety awards.

City Honors Public Servants

2003 Historic Homes Tour

Tour offers peek into some of city's historic homes.

2003 Historic Homes Tour

Fairfax Museum Reopens

Renovations mark the growing emphasis on historical tourism.

Fairfax Museum Reopens

Minority Parents at Robinson

Minority Parents at Robinson

Local Talent Appears on Screen and in Film Festivals

Local Talent Appears on Screen and in Film Festivals

Suspicious Activity Hard To Pin Down

Suspicious Activity Hard To Pin Down

Police Seek Identity of Injured Woman

Police Seek Identity of Injured Woman

Minority Parental Involvement Encouraged At Robinson

Minority Parental Involvement Encouraged At Robinson

Beltway Expansion to Consider Neighbors Concerns

Potomac Master Plan would be amended.

Beltway Expansion to Consider Neighbors Concerns

News Briefs

News Briefs

Local Stars Appear on Screen and In Film Festivals

Local Stars Appear on Screen and In Film Festivals

Sisler Recognized For Fire Education Efforts

Sisler Recognized For Fire Education Efforts

Teachers, Parents, Get Validation from Experts

Teachers, Parents, Get Validation from Experts

Science Comes To Life In Local Competition

Sandburg Middle School takes top state honors.

Science Comes To Life In Local Competition

Sizing Up '03 City Elections

Many Agree There is a Lack of Interest and No Real Issues

Sizing Up '03 City Elections

Legislators Review 2003 General Assembly

Mims reported that 27 of 36 bills he introduced passed.

Legislators Review 2003 General Assembly

Cabbies Go Away Empty-Handed

Company owners retain certificates.

Cabbies Go Away Empty-Handed

Planning Process for Laurel Hill Under Way

Planning Process for Laurel Hill Under Way

Dog-napped

Bassett returned to shelter unharmed; three men arrested.

Dog-napped

Council Overturns Planning In Conservation Easement Case

Open-Space Issues, Cafe Seating Approved

Council Overturns Planning In Conservation Easement Case

McLean Gala Rocks

McLean Gala Rocks

News Briefs

News Briefs

Channel 28

Channel 28

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Classes

Classes

Military Notes

Military Notes

Classes

Classes

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Classes

Classes

Suspicious Activity Is Hard To Pin Down

Suspicious Activity Is Hard To Pin Down

Military Notes

Military Notes

Park Plans Back to Square 1

Council flips again, with dogs getting waterfront property.

Park Plans Back to Square 1

Marine Aviator Called On Again

Marine Aviator Called On Again

Coffee: Is More Grande?

Coffee: Is More Grande?

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Recognizing Stress: First Step to Wellness

Recognizing Stress: First Step to Wellness

Long & Foster Names Top Producers

Long & Foster Names Top Producers

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

College Notes

College Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Education Notebook - 04/16/03

Education Notebook - 04/16/03

Leis' Last Days

Leis' Last Days

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Developers, Advocates Argue Over Affordable Housing

County considers requiring midrise buildings to offer affordable units.

Developers, Advocates Argue Over Affordable Housing

Faith

Faith

College Notes

College Notes

News Briefs

News Briefs

Crime Log

Crime Log

Capital One Building Opens with Fanfare

Capital One Building Opens with Fanfare

Teacher's Sentencing Delayed

Teacher's Sentencing Delayed

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Reston Couple Encourages Civic Duty

Best of Reston

Reston Couple Encourages Civic Duty

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Wolf: 'Syria Not Next'

Wolf answers questions about war in Iraq.

Wolf: 'Syria Not Next'

News Briefs

News Briefs

Marine Aviator Called On Again

Marine Aviator Called On Again

People Notes

People Notes

HCTV

HCTV

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Monday, April 14

Camps and Schools 4/16/03

Camps and Schools 4/16/03

Have Stick and Flute, Will Travel

Have Stick and Flute, Will Travel

Sunday, April 13

School Board Considers Creating Inspector General

Past Experience Leaves Board Distrustful

School Board Considers Creating Inspector General

Thursday, April 10

Lord and Lady Fairfax Named for Dranesville

Lord and Lady Fairfax Named for Dranesville

Wednesday, April 9

Bushee Runs For Hunter Mill

Says he wants to improve government's "response."

Bushee Runs For Hunter Mill

Smyth to Run for Open Seat in Providence

Connolly To Run for Board Chairman

Smyth to Run for Open Seat in Providence

Bushee Runs For Hunter Mill

Says he wants to improve government's "response."

Bushee Runs For Hunter Mill

Crime Report

Crime Report

Planning Commission Vote Splits on Tysons II Density

Five Vote to Deny; Four Abstain; Three Vote For Proposal

Planning Commission Vote Splits on Tysons II Density

Most County Employees Get Six Percent Pay Raise

Most County Employees Get Six Percent Pay Raise

MCA Talks Tough in Tough Budget Times

Citizens Group Recommends Office to Manage County Finances

MCA Talks Tough in Tough Budget Times

Shouse Leads 'Name That School' Voting

Shouse Leads 'Name That School' Voting

Business Notes

Business Notes

Two Indecent Liberties Charges Go to Grand Jury

Two Indecent Liberties Charges Go to Grand Jury

Police Seek Stalkers of Girl

Police Seek Stalkers of Girl

Family Photos, Bible Give Kobyra Strength

Family Photos, Bible Give Kobyra Strength

Preparing for the Worst

Training prepares residents for local disasters, attacks.

Preparing for the Worst

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

'The Way Home to Centreville is through Baghdad'

'The Way Home to Centreville is through Baghdad'

Awards Name Helpers to Arlington's Homeless

A-SPAN dinner draws volunteers, donors, former homeless.

Awards Name Helpers to Arlington's Homeless

Chantilly Grad Pence with 'Screaming Eagles'

Chantilly Grad Pence with 'Screaming Eagles'

Speaking Out on Child Abuse

Actress Kathleen Turner is Spokesman for Childhelp USA

Speaking Out on Child Abuse

Carjacker Given 15 Years in Prison

Carjacker Given 15 Years in Prison

Meeting on Road Projects

Prince William Discusses Roads Affecting Fairfax

Meeting on Road Projects

Business Notes

Business Notes

Hundreds Gather to Clean River

Volunteers help annual Potomac Cleanup collect more than 72 tons of trash.

Hundreds Gather to Clean River

Star on the Rise

Westfield High Teen Acts in Debbie Allen's "Brothers of the Knight"

Star on the Rise

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Military Notes

Military Notes

Military Notes

Military Notes

Night Life

Night Life

Calendar

Calendar

Home Sales Report

Home Sales Report

Home Sales Report

Home Sales Report

Home Sales Report

Home Sales Report

Home Sales Report

Home Sales Report

Home Sales Report

Home Sales Report

Home Sales Report

Home Sales Report

Home Sales Report

Home Sales Report

Board Meeting Resolves Title IX

Girls sports come to amicable solution, but board clashes over preschool.

Board Meeting Resolves Title IX

Home Sales Report

Home Sales Report

Home Sales Report

Home Sales Report

Home Sales Report

Home Sales Report

Home Sales Report

Home Sales Report

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Home Sales Report

Home Sales Report

Arlington Home Sales

Arlington Home Sales

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Home Sales Report

Home Sales Report

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Home Sales Report

Home Sales Report

School Notes

School Notes

Kindergarten Registrations

Kindergarten Registrations

Historic Gardens, Homes Open to Public

Garden Club of Fairfax celebrates the 70th annual Garden Week in Virginia.

Historic Gardens, Homes Open to Public

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Home Sales Report

Home Sales Report

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Planning Commission Won’t Endorse Added Density

Five Vote to Deny; Four Abstain; Three Vote for Tysons II Proposal

Planning Commission Won’t Endorse Added Density

Scott Named Top Cop

Former Fairfax Chief eager to get back in uniform.

Scott Named Top Cop

Calendar

Calendar

Roundup

Roundup

Night Life

Night Life

Laser Adventure Center Opens

Laser Adventure Center Opens

Calendar

Calendar

Night Life

Night Life

Calendar

Calendar

Tuesday, April 8

Crime Log

Crime Log

Projects Designed To Improve Traffic Flow

Projects Designed To Improve Traffic Flow

Skills for Success

Middle-school girls from across the county participate in a careers and leadership conference.

Skills for Success

Bike Advocacy Pays Off For Supervisors

Bike Advocacy Pays Off For Supervisors

Crime Log

Crime Log

Dr. Mohammad Haris Jafri, 73, Economist

Obituary

Dr. Mohammad Haris Jafri, 73, Economist

Tons of Trash Removed from River

Annual cleanup goes on despite gloomy weather.

Tons of Trash Removed from River

RCC and SLHS End Partnership Before it Begins

Plan to partner with county to build state-of-the-art theater at South Lakes dropped by RCC.

RCC and SLHS End Partnership Before it Begins

Community News

Community News

No More Hiding Under Desks

The County’s Code Blue Shelter-In Place program addresses concerns of a modern age.

No More Hiding Under Desks

This Week in Potomac

This Week in Potomac

Pupppies Abandoned by Roadside

Pupppies Abandoned by Roadside

Greenbriar, Widening Beltway at Planning

April 10 meeting has several items of interest to the area

Greenbriar, Widening Beltway at Planning

Bringing The Lab To The Evidence — Not Vice Versa

Bringing The Lab To The Evidence — Not Vice Versa

Many Hands Make for a Cleaner Potomac

Many Hands Make for a Cleaner Potomac

Student's Fundraising Ends in Close Shave

Student's Fundraising Ends in Close Shave

Radio Links: Another Survival Tool

Radio Links: Another Survival Tool

School-Police Program Pared, Angering Parents

School-Police Program Pared, Angering Parents

Deployed — but Not Forgotten

Mount Vernon Military Overseas

Deployed — but Not Forgotten

Shooting Lands Man in Jail

Victim was treated for a gunshot wound.

Shooting Lands Man in Jail

Pennies for Patients

Stenwood Elementary students raise money for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.

Pennies for Patients

Not A Soft Target

Mount Vernon Estate security assessed as among the best.

Not A Soft Target

Inova Mount Vernon Patients Receive A Gift

Inova Mount Vernon Patients Receive A Gift

Collingwood Pays Tributes To Heroes

Trees planted and plaque installed to honor 9-11 victims.

Collingwood Pays Tributes To Heroes

Crime Log

Crime Log

Opening Up the Shelter

Animal Shelter director unlocks program ideas.

Opening Up the Shelter

Cut-Through to Get Cut Off

Sterling Park intersection to get traffic-limiting sign.

Cut-Through to Get Cut Off

Voting Precinct Formed At Greenspring

Voting Precinct Formed At Greenspring

ADAMS Families Compile Relief Kits for Iraq

Local school children organize relief drive for Iraqi citizens.

ADAMS Families Compile Relief Kits for Iraq

Womble Steps Aside

Rachel Carson's first principal prepares to say her good-byes.

Womble Steps Aside

Morven Attracts 22 Riders

Morven Attracts 22 Riders

Poster Unifies Conservancy Staff

Poster Unifies Conservancy Staff

Projects Designed To Improve Traffic Flow

Projects Designed To Improve Traffic Flow

School-Police Program Pared, Angering Parents

School-Police Program Pared, Angering Parents

Celebrating Arts in Fairfax

Three-week festival showcases local arts talent.

Celebrating Arts in Fairfax

Council Adopts 2004 Budget

Real estate tax rate set at 92 cents and meals tax remains at 2 percent.

Council Adopts 2004 Budget

Poster Unifies Conservancy Staff

Poster Unifies Conservancy Staff

School-Police Program Pared, Alarming Parents

School-Police Program Pared, Alarming Parents

City Confident For Emergency Readiness

Officials say city, region equipped to handle emergencies.

City Confident For Emergency Readiness

News in Brief

News in Brief

Coping With the War

Area family members describe their loved ones who are off to war.

Coping With the War

Alexandria's Most Vulnerable Have A Guardian

Alexandria's Most Vulnerable Have A Guardian

Clifton's Jeff Kaylor Killed in Iraq War

Grenade Hit Humvee in Which He Was Traveling

Clifton's Jeff Kaylor Killed in Iraq War

Will Brannon: Walking Dictionary

Herndon boy wins national vocabulary bee -- and $25,000.

Will Brannon: Walking Dictionary

Businesses Reflect on Local Economy

Businesses Reflect on Local Economy

Arts, Government: Strange Bedfellows?

Latest memorandum from cultural arts committee proposes greater Town role in proposed center.

Arts, Government: Strange Bedfellows?

League Participants May Pay User Fees

League Participants May Pay User Fees

Coping With the War

Family members describe their loved one who is off to war.

Coping With the War

Langston Hughes Middle School Gains IB

County and school officials celebrate the Reston middle school's International Baccalaureate accreditation.

Langston Hughes Middle School Gains IB

Bridge Sound Wall Approved

Bridge Sound Wall Approved

River Support Group Puts Lid on Trash

River Support Group Puts Lid on Trash

Valor Medals Bestowed on City's Finest

Public safety employees honored at luncheon.

Valor Medals Bestowed on City's Finest

Sixty Years of Experience Leave Potomac

Viola Stearn retires after nearly 60 years at Potomac Elementary.

Sixty Years of Experience Leave Potomac

City Elections 2003

Candidates Seek City Council Seats

City Elections 2003

King Street Bank Robbed

King Street Bank Robbed

Radio Links: Another Survival Tool

Radio Links: Another Survival Tool

War in Iraq Claims Life of Lee High Grad

Army Capt. James Adamouski is first war fatality from Fairfax County

War in Iraq Claims Life of Lee High Grad

News in Brief

News in Brief

Student Fundraising Ends in Close Shave

Student Fundraising Ends in Close Shave

A Fix For A Flush

Public hearing on tax deferrals set.

A Fix For A Flush

Accident Closes River Road

Accident Closes River Road

Church Street Future Discussed

Church Street Future Discussed

Groups & Clubs

Groups & Clubs

Classes

Classes

State Board Suspends Local Lawyer's License

John Partridge loses license for two and a half years.

State Board Suspends Local Lawyer's License

Spotlight on the Arts

Calendar

Spotlight on the Arts

Council Gets Input Over Budget

Council Gets Input Over Budget

Camps and Schools 4/9/03

Camps and Schools 4/9/03

At Park View High

At Park View High

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

SARS Suspected in Northern Virginia

International Travelers Cautioned

SARS Suspected in Northern Virginia

At South Lakes High

At South Lakes High

Education Notebook - 04/09/03

Education Notebook - 04/09/03

Health Notes

Health Notes

Bridge Sound Wall Approved

Bridge Sound Wall Approved

Frye to Conclude Third School Board Tenure

Frye to Conclude Third School Board Tenure

Crime Log

Crime Log

New Battleground in Boswell Lane

Citizens fight sewer line extension.

New Battleground in Boswell Lane

Emergency Preparedness Still A Work In Progress

Emergency Preparedness Still A Work In Progress

Electoral Board Welcomes Price

Electoral Board Welcomes Price

Juvenile Crime's Revolving Door

Juvenile justice staff bring about 'change.'

Juvenile Crime's Revolving Door

At Peace in Mongolia

Travel

At Peace in Mongolia

Woodson Grieves for Senior

Family and friends miss outgoing senior who died in a car accident.

Woodson Grieves for Senior

Projects Designed To Improve Traffic Flow

Projects Designed To Improve Traffic Flow

Three Seek City's Top Spot

Three Seek City's Top Spot

At Peace in Mongolia

Travel

At Peace in Mongolia

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Wednesday, April 2

Crime Log

Crime Log

Weddings

Weddings

Crime Log

Crime Log

Builders' Speaker Cites Housing Deficit

GMU study focuses on region's, Loudoun's housing needs.

Builders' Speaker Cites Housing Deficit

Produce Markets Await Growing Season

Produce Markets Await Growing Season

Evergreen Church to Rise to its Own Place

Evergreen Church to Rise to its Own Place

Witnesses to History

Visitors contribute first-hand stories

Witnesses to History

Tragedy Ends Fairfax Station Student's Life

Tragedy Ends Fairfax Station Student's Life

Produce Markets Welcome Approaching Season

Produce Markets Welcome Approaching Season

Tragedy Ends Fairfax Station's Students Life

Tragedy Ends Fairfax Station's Students Life

Craddock Vies For Smith's Board Seat

Craddock Vies For Smith's Board Seat

Baseball Finds Home at Fort Belvoir?

If approved, site would include 12,000 parking places, an 800-room hotel and retail space.

Baseball Finds Home at Fort Belvoir?

For Farrell, Each Day is Adventure

For Farrell, Each Day is Adventure

Seven People Arrested Outside Shark Club

Seven People Arrested Outside Shark Club

Baseball Finds Home at Fort Belvoir?

If approved, site would include 12,000 parking places, an 800-room hotel and retail space.

Baseball Finds Home at Fort Belvoir?

Judge Appoints Investigator

Commonwealth Attorney challenger criticizes filing.

Judge Appoints Investigator

Vote on Tysons II Density Is Deferred

Public Hearing Transpires in the Wee Hours of the Morning

Vote on Tysons II Density Is Deferred

New Development Under Way?

Proposed development near the Vienna Metrorail station would include high-density residential and some office space and retail.

New Development Under Way?

London Towne Grad Tells about West Pt.

London Towne Grad Tells about West Pt.

School Board Grapples with Budget Cuts

School Board Grapples with Budget Cuts

Local Stadium Plans Released

Residents butt heads with backers on whether new classic American ballpark should come to Arlington.

Local Stadium Plans Released

Familiar Faces at the Front

Local Families Stay Strong While Loved Ones are in Iraq

Familiar Faces at the Front

Luis Mogollon Will Turn 20 in Iraq

Luis Mogollon Will Turn 20 in Iraq

Produce Markets Await Growing Season

Produce Markets Await Growing Season

Rails Delayed By Weather

Rails Delayed By Weather

Around Town

Around Town

Calendar

Calendar

Night Life

Night Life

Engagements

Engagements

Around Town

Around Town

Volunteers

Volunteers

Military Notes

Military Notes

Engagements

Engagements

Calendar

Calendar

Engagements

Engagements

Around Town

Around Town

Military Notes

Military Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Engagements

Engagements

Volunteers

Volunteers

Calendar

Calendar

Military Notes

Military Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Volunteers

Volunteers

Real Estate

Real Estate

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate

Real Estate

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Star Light, Star Bright

County looks for a return to a darker age.

Star Light, Star Bright

Real Estate

Real Estate

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate

Real Estate

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

School Notes

School Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Health Notes

Health Notes

Baseball Finds Home at Fort Belvoir?

If approved, site would include 12,000 parking places, an 800-room hotel and retail space.

Baseball Finds Home at Fort Belvoir?

Springfield Supervisor Race Hea†s Up

Springfield Supervisor Race Hea†s Up

Crime Log

Crime Log

Around Town

Around Town

LWV Celebrates Women at Annual Tea

LWV Celebrates Women at Annual Tea

Rails Delayed By Weather

Rails Delayed By Weather

Rec Center Groundbreaking

$18.5 million facility is slated to open in Chantilly in July 2004

Rec Center Groundbreaking

Carl Cecil Runs for School Board

Carl Cecil Runs for School Board

TJ Students Computerize Cappies Voting

TJ Students Computerize Cappies Voting

Calendar

Calendar

Night Life

Night Life

Night Life

Night Life

Volunteers

Volunteers

Calendar

Calendar

Camps and Schools 4/2/03

Camps and Schools 4/2/03

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Tuesday, April 1

Supporting the Troops

Oakton real estate office adopts a troop by sending care packages.

Supporting the Troops

Crime Report

Crime Report

Seven Arrested Outside Club

Seven Arrested Outside Club

Playing Santa Claus Every Month

Best of Reston

Playing Santa Claus Every Month

Purim Celebrations

Jewish holiday is fun for everyone.

Purim Celebrations

Oscar J. Downes

Oscar J. Downes

Robert Warren Pruess

Robert Warren Pruess

Civic Calendar

Civic Calendar

RA Hears Complaints on Bubble

Board votes to continue studying covered tennis proposal, wants more information on Ridge Heights pool.

RA Hears Complaints on Bubble

Agent Turns Author

Reston author and former CIA agent to speak and sign books at RCC event.

Agent Turns Author

Crime Report

Crime Report

Indoor Baseball Facility Tags Up

Hearing postponed amid community outrage.

Indoor Baseball Facility Tags Up

Reaching Out

Reston Interfaith tackles Herndon day labor issue, looks for interim hiring site.

Reaching Out

Annual Wine Festival Planned in May

Annual Wine Festival Planned in May

Police, Fire and Citizens: A Community Approach

Police, Fire and Citizens: A Community Approach

People Profiles

John Dudzinsky and Susan Lilly

People Profiles

Oscar J. Downes

Oscar J. Downes

Oakton Hosts Library Parade, Ceremony

Although completion for the Oakton community library won’t occur until 2007, fund raising is well under way.

Oakton Hosts Library Parade, Ceremony

Something Different (Again)

Folk tales come to life at Elden Street Players Theater for Young Audiences.

Something Different (Again)

Remembering Louise Archer

Remembering Louise Archer

Petersen Kicks Off Re-Election Campaign

Petersen Kicks Off Re-Election Campaign

Public Reacts to City Hall Expansion

Citizens speak out at the second of Fairfax City's two budget outreach meetings.

Public Reacts to City Hall Expansion

Roundup

Roundup

Potomac Greens Still On Hold

Potomac Greens Still On Hold

Judge Denies Malvo's Motions

Judge Denies Malvo's Motions

Candidates Seek City Council Seats

City Elections 2003

Candidates Seek City Council Seats

Juvenile Offenders Executed in Virginia

Juvenile Offenders Executed in Virginia

Be Prepared — What's to Lose?

Be Prepared — What's to Lose?

So Far, So Good

Council, School Board jointly address schools' budget.

So Far, So Good

Arts Festival Promoted and Debated

FunSide Forum spotlights Sept. 13,14 event in city.

Arts Festival Promoted and Debated

Red Cross Honors Students

Red Cross Honors Students

Children's Theater Grows Up in Mount Vernon

Classes, camps, productions extend theater learning and fun.

Children's Theater Grows Up in Mount Vernon

'The Time is Ripe'

Lee Boyd Malvo's attorneys call the juvenile death penalty unconstitutional.

'The Time is Ripe'

Baseball Releases Plans on Local Sites

Fort Belvoir site targeted one of several locations.

Baseball Releases Plans on Local Sites

Dream Trips Canceled

FCPS's field trip revised policy too late for some.

Dream Trips Canceled

Friendship Honors New Members

Friendship Honors New Members

South Lakes: 'We are Family'

Spring musical, "Singin' in the Rain," premiers in May.

South Lakes: 'We are Family'

Benko Still Looking for Musical Break

Oakton Grad Records in Nashville

Benko Still Looking for Musical Break

End Run or Creative Solution?

Public-Private transportation projects could provide money for roads, but at what cost?

End Run or Creative Solution?

Finalists Named in Rosebud Film Festival

Judges select 20 films for screenings, winners to be announced May 11.

Finalists Named in Rosebud Film Festival

Footloose and Fancy Free

Seniors prepare for one last show at Herndon High.

Footloose and Fancy Free

Summer Camps & Programs

Summer Camps & Programs

Second SARS Case Suspected

Second SARS Case Suspected

Public Health Expands for New Role

Terrorism, Anthrax Draws Attention to Public Health

Public Health Expands for New Role

County Tracks Locally-Contracted Malaria Cases

County Tracks Locally-Contracted Malaria Cases

County Tracks Locally-Contracted Malaria Cases

County Tracks Locally-Contracted Malaria Cases

Selecting the Right Camp

Selecting the Right Camp

This Week in Potomac

This Week in Potomac

Girls Learn Skills for Success

Middle-school girls from across the county participate in a careers and leadership conference.

Girls Learn Skills for Success

Students Take Anti-War Stand

Several students at Frost Middle arrange anti-war protests.

Students Take Anti-War Stand

Residents Debate Tax Cut Merits

Speakers tell board members not to lower property tax rates.

Residents Debate Tax Cut Merits

Hormone Therapy: Why Was Study Stopped?

Hormone Therapy: Why Was Study Stopped?

Fox Bites Potomac Woman

Attacks are rare.

Fox Bites Potomac Woman

Deployed but Not Forgotten

Mount Vernon Military Overseas

Deployed but Not Forgotten

Reaching Out

Reston Interfaith tackles Herndon day labor issue, looks for interim site.

Reaching Out

Education Notebook - 04/02/03

Education Notebook - 04/02/03