Stories for January 2003

Stories for January 2003

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Wednesday, January 29

Wedding Party Roles

Wedding Party Roles

Planning Keeps Weddings Special

Gliddons find weddings come in all range of budgets, sizes, timing

Planning Keeps Weddings Special

Celebrating the Life of George Washington

Events in February Highlight First President's Birthday

Celebrating the Life of George Washington

Wedding Traditions and Folklore

Wedding Traditions and Folklore

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Talking Photo Album Brings Memories to Life

Smiths observe special 50th anniversary

Talking Photo Album Brings Memories to Life

Cakemakers Pile on Flavors

Cakemakers Pile on Flavors

Wedding Traditions and Folklore

Wedding Traditions and Folklore

Making It Legal

Making It Legal

Mother of Autistic Child Finds Respite Center "A Silver Lining"

McLean Bible Church Seeks Zoning Waiver from Fairfax County

Mother of Autistic Child Finds Respite Center "A Silver Lining"

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Health Notes

Health Notes

Classes

Classes

Around Town

Around Town

Decision on Streams Delayed

Developers argue they weren’t given enough time.

Decision on Streams Delayed

Around Town

Around Town

Volunteers

Volunteers

Classes

Classes

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Volunteers

Volunteers

Classes

Classes

Kim Indicted on Burglary, Sex Charges

Kim Indicted on Burglary, Sex Charges

O'Brien Enjoying New Life as a Senator

Says he understands the process and tempo

O'Brien Enjoying New Life as a Senator

Calendar

Calendar

Wedded to History

Alexandria-area sites offer history, scenery for wedding ceremonies

Wedded to History

Around Town

Around Town

Something Old, Something New

Kathleen Troy’s wedding found brought some Old World custums to America

Something Old, Something New

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Business Notes

Business Notes

Falling Into Wedding Flowers

Falling Into Wedding Flowers

Making It Legal

Making It Legal

After Talk Comes Food

Taste of Mount Vernon concludes Hyland’s town meeting

After Talk Comes Food

Calendar

Calendar

Falling Into Wedding Flowers

Moore finds work making bridal bouquets by accident

Falling Into Wedding Flowers

Cakemakers Pile on Flavors

Cakemakers Pile on Flavors

Black History Events

National Black History Month Theme “The Souls of Black Folk: Centennial Reflections”

Black History Events

Nightlife

Nightlife

Talking Photo Album Brings Memories to Life

Smiths observe special 50th anniversary

Talking Photo Album Brings Memories to Life

Nightlife

Nightlife

Calendar

Calendar

History and Legends Surrounding Wedding Rings

History and Legends Surrounding Wedding Rings

School Notes

School Notes

When Union Mills Stood Prominent

Was Significant With Military Railroad During Civil War, But Then All That Disappeared

When Union Mills Stood Prominent

Preying on School Girls

Strangers try to lure Stone Middle School students into cars

Preying on School Girls

Business Notes

Business Notes

News Briefs

News Briefs

Local Scout Ventures to Thailand

Local Scout Ventures to Thailand

At 40, Marshall High Gives Big Bang for Small Bucks

At 40, Marshall High Gives Big Bang for Small Bucks

Local Scout Ventures to Thailand

Local Scout Ventures to Thailand

District Station Renovation Adds Space, Facilities

District Station Renovation Adds Space, Facilities

Monday Steps Up to Cluster Director

Monday Steps Up to Cluster Director

School Notes

School Notes

Talking to Teens about Sex

Noted author Deborah Roffman to speak Feb. 5 at Franklin Middle School

Talking to Teens about Sex

College Notes

College Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

College Notes

College Notes

College Notes

College Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Teacher Guilty of Crime

Girls Basketball Coach and P.E. Teacher Enters Plea in Court

Teacher Guilty of Crime

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Stolen Goods Yield 15 Months Prison

Stolen Goods Yield 15 Months Prison

Howie Lind Announced Senate Candidacy

Langley grad will face David Hunt in a primary.

Howie Lind Announced Senate Candidacy

Crime Log

Crime Log

Classes

Classes

School Notes

School Notes

Around Town

Around Town

Calendar

Calendar

District Station Renovation Adds Space, Facilities

District Station Renovation Adds Space, Facilities

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Volunteers

Volunteers

After Talk Comes Food

Taste of Mount Vernon concludes Hyland’s town meeting

After Talk Comes Food

Nightlife

Nightlife

Crime Log

Crime Log

Falling Into Wedding Flowers

Falling Into Wedding Flowers

Wedded to History

Alexandria-area sites offer history, scenery for wedding ceremonies

Wedded to History

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Falling Into Wedding Flowers

Moore finds work making bridal bouquets by accident

Falling Into Wedding Flowers

Calendar

Calendar

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Celebrating the Life of George Washington

Events in February Highlight First President's Birthday

Celebrating the Life of George Washington

Brides Find Fairytales on Wedding Days

Brides Find Fairytales on Wedding Days

Planning Keeps Weddings Special

Planning Keeps Weddings Special

History and Legends Surrounding Wedding Rings

History and Legends Surrounding Wedding Rings

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Wedding Party Roles

Wedding Party Roles

Black History Events

National Black History Month Theme “The Souls of Black Folk: Centennial Reflections”

Black History Events

Health Notes

Health Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Monday Steps Up To Cluster Director

Monday Steps Up To Cluster Director

Howie Lind Announced Senate Candidacy

Langley grad will face David Hunt in a primary.

Howie Lind Announced Senate Candidacy

Monday Steps Up To Cluster Director

Monday Steps Up To Cluster Director

Luxury Homes Planned Near Willow Springs

Luxury Homes Planned Near Willow Springs

School Boundaries Issue Surfaces at Town Meeting in McLean

School Boundaries Issue Surfaces at Town Meeting in McLean

Bulova Corrals Public's Transportation Concerns

Bulova Corrals Public's Transportation Concerns

Roundups

Roundups

Crime Log

Crime Log

Supervisors Open House Provides Forum

Supervisors Open House Provides Forum

Revitalization Resuscitates Springfield's Heart

Revitalization Resuscitates Springfield's Heart

A Light Goes Out in Great Falls

Republican Women's Leader, Colleen Karmol, Dies Unexpectedly

A Light Goes Out in Great Falls

New Olympus Athletic Club Planned

New Olympus Athletic Club Planned

Everybody Cuts Footloose at Bullis

Everybody Cuts Footloose at Bullis

Crime Log

Crime Log

District Station Renovation Adds Space, Facilities

District Station Renovation Adds Space, Facilities

Bulova Corrals Public's Transportation Concerns

Bulova Corrals Public's Transportation Concerns

Luxury Homes Planned Near Willow Springs

Luxury Homes Planned Near Willow Springs

Supervisors Divide Along Party Lines on Sex Survey Vote

Supervisors Divide Along Party Lines on Sex Survey Vote

Howie Lind Announced Senate Candidacy

Langley grad will face David Hunt in a primary.

Howie Lind Announced Senate Candidacy

Andre Griffin Given 18 Years for Robbery

Andre Griffin Given 18 Years for Robbery

Howie Lind Announced Senate Candidacy

Langley grad will face David Hunt in a primary.

Howie Lind Announced Senate Candidacy

Brides Find Fairytales on Wedding Days

Brides Find Fairytales on Wedding Days

Taylor: Four Years Prison

Taylor: Four Years Prison

Tuesday, January 28

Council Addresses Street Speed

Council Addresses Street Speed

Safety Concerns and Tradition Collide at Waynewood

Proposed New Driveway at Heart of Controversy

Safety Concerns and Tradition Collide at Waynewood

PTA Groups Make Voices Heard in Richmond

PTA Groups Make Voices Heard in Richmond

United Way Extends Drive

United Way agencies may face "major crisis."

United Way Extends Drive

Town Meeting Exhibit Offered One-on-One Interaction

Town Meeting Exhibit Offered One-on-One Interaction

Road Delay Stalls Church Expansion

Potomac View Road to take turn for the better.

Road Delay Stalls Church Expansion

Sex Questions To Stay In Survey

After party-line vote, board approves questions.

Sex Questions To Stay In Survey

Etiquette and Dance Still in Fashion

Students benefit from local Cotillion.

Etiquette and Dance Still in Fashion

Building Beulah

Vienna residents see proposal to improve Beulah Road at Virginia Department of Transportation hearing.

Building Beulah

Trial Date Set for Sniper Suspect

Trial Date Set for Sniper Suspect

Crime Report

Crime Report

Teachers Fight For Jobs

Recruitment fair draws hundreds for interviews.

Teachers Fight For Jobs

Assembly Awash in Legislation

Assembly Awash in Legislation

Science Talent Abounds in Potomac

Science Talent Abounds in Potomac

Roundup

Roundup

Relay for Life Returns

The 10th annual Reston relay kicks off its fundraising drive.

Relay for Life Returns

Final Word Not So Final

Board sets school boundaries, but promises more study.

Final Word Not So Final

Annapolis Dispatches

Money, Judges, Booze

Annapolis Dispatches

Wolf Returns Home

Wolf Returns Home

Batter Up

Public-Private Partnership could bring indoor baseball to Cabin John Park

Batter Up

Proposed Demolition Ignites Outrage

Supporters of the "yellow house" line up to voice opposition to funeral home's plans to demolish property.

Proposed Demolition Ignites Outrage

Trial Date Set for Malvo

Trial Date Set for Malvo

CIP, Budget Committee Approved

Survey Controversy Kept Alive

CIP, Budget Committee Approved

Assembly Awash in Legislation

Assembly Awash in Legislation

At South Lakes High School

At South Lakes High School

Cold Challenges County

Employees work extended shifts repairing water, sewer, streets.

Cold Challenges County

Essayists Awarded

Essayists Awarded

Prepare To Be Mesmerized

Hypnotist Returns To Churchill

Prepare To Be Mesmerized

Wanted: Coats

Lieutenant governor lends a hand in local coat drive.

Wanted: Coats

Mayr to be Missed

Electoral Board secretary steps down.

Mayr to be Missed

Area Fire Departments Receive Federal Grants

Area Fire Departments Receive Federal Grants

Rezoning Lawsuits Threatened, Not Yet Filed

Legal action against county's amended ordinance faces Feb. 5 deadline.

Rezoning Lawsuits Threatened, Not Yet Filed

Forest Edge GT Center Spared, Sort Of

Proposed Boundary Changes Lessen Potential Damage

Forest Edge GT Center Spared, Sort Of

Students Get Taste of Native American Culture

Green Hedges students learn about the different customs of different tribes.

Students Get Taste of Native American Culture

Renovating Fairfax and Lanier?

The city may propose a bond referendum for November 2004 to renovate two of its schools.

Renovating Fairfax and Lanier?

Letters Link Loudoun, Liberia

Loudoun Museum to tell little-known black history story.

Letters Link Loudoun, Liberia

Crime Report

Crime Report

Route 1 Goes Straight

New bridge is in the works at Monroe Avenue.

Route 1 Goes Straight

Elden Street Looks for Stars

Actors Audition for 'Love ...'

Elden Street Looks for Stars

A New Face at Fairfax High

A New Face at Fairfax High

Vienna Resident Wins National Award

Nichols' efforts on drunk driving have saved hundreds of lives, award presenters say.

Vienna Resident Wins National Award

Elden Street Looks for Stars

Actors Audition for 'Love ...'

Elden Street Looks for Stars

At Park View High

At Park View High

ARHA Goes on Offense in Lawsuit

ARHA Goes on Offense in Lawsuit

Prescription Payment Plan Left to Die

Assistance Program Would Have Helped Seniors

Prescription Payment Plan Left to Die

Everybody Cuts Footloose at Bullis

Upper School Performs Winter Musical

Everybody Cuts Footloose at Bullis

Cabin John Keeps Ladder Truck

Safe through June, but no guarantees after

Cabin John Keeps Ladder Truck

Parents Want Smaller Classrooms Priority

Hearing Attracts Little Attention

Parents Want Smaller Classrooms Priority

Coal Train Derails At Mirant Power Plant

Coal Train Derails At Mirant Power Plant

John McCain — Unplugged

Arizona Republican candid in talk with Chamber audience.

John McCain — Unplugged

Owen Sworn In, Moore Says 'Good-bye'

At a Jan. 27 ceremony, Stephen Owen took over the reins in the Town Manager's office.

Owen Sworn In, Moore Says 'Good-bye'

Education Notebook - 01/29/03

Education Notebook - 01/29/03

Virginia's Plan Hurts Special Ed Students

State Bar Too High?

Virginia's Plan Hurts Special Ed Students

T.C. Concept Plan Approved

T.C. Concept Plan Approved

Crime Report

Crime Report

Citizen Soldiers Answer the Call

Citizen Soldiers Answer the Call

Efforts to Scale Back Bridge Not Floating in Richmond

Efforts to Scale Back Bridge Not Floating in Richmond

It's Caucus Time

Democrats and Republicans to select finalists on Saturday.

It's Caucus Time

Forest Edge GT Center Spared, Sort Of

Proposed Boundary Changes Lessen Potential Damage

Forest Edge GT Center Spared, Sort Of

Franklin Middle Students Learn Research Skills

Franklin Middle Students Learn Research Skills

Bright Future for District a "Virtual" Lock

Four hundred tour district; hear from county, elected officials.

Bright Future for District a "Virtual" Lock

Thursday, January 23

Hornets Burn Bulldogs

Hornets Burn Bulldogs

Herndon Burns Bulldogs

Herndon Burns Bulldogs

Wrestling's Stretch Run to Districts

Lee, Fairfax look to be the front-runners.

Wrestling's Stretch Run to Districts

Wrestling's Stretch Run to Districts

Lee, Fairfax look to be the front-runners.

Wrestling's Stretch Run to Districts

Wednesday, January 22

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Military Notes

Military Notes

Crime Log

Crime Log

Angry Words Over Family Shelter

Residents Cry: "Not In My Backyard"

Angry Words Over Family Shelter

Fairfax This Week

News Briefs

Fairfax This Week

Classes

Classes

Students Sparkle at Martin Luther King Festival

Students Sparkle at Martin Luther King Festival

Business Notes

Business Notes

Fairfax Corner: Shops, Movies Restaurants

Fairfax Corner: Shops, Movies Restaurants

Hanley Discusses Budget, Clean Air Problems

Hanley Discusses Budget, Clean Air Problems

Health Notes

Health Notes

Three Westfield Teachers Visit China

Take tour of 3 universities, 3 high schools and 2 elementaries

Three Westfield Teachers Visit China

News Briefs

News Briefs

Calendar

Calendar

Roundups

Roundups

Alexandria Theaters Nominated for Honors

Alexandria Theaters Nominated for Honors

People Notes

People Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Davis’s Dish Makes Cookbook

Davis’s Dish Makes Cookbook

Health Notes

Health Notes

Appraisers Find a Place in Booming Market

Appraisers Find a Place in Booming Market

Questions for Thomas Farquhar

Headmaster at Bullis School

Questions for Thomas Farquhar

Calendar

Calendar

Fine Arts Scene

Fine Arts Scene

Health Notes

Health Notes

Dorothea L. Lansdowne, 43, Dies

Dorothea L. Lansdowne, 43, Dies

Classes

Classes

Health

Health

People Notes

People Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Davis' Dish Makes Cookbook

Davis' Dish Makes Cookbook

Rebecca B. Coleman, 75, Dies

Rebecca B. Coleman, 75, Dies

Crum to Lead Animal Control

Animal care director offers people, animal skills.

Crum to Lead Animal Control

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

After 30 Years, ‘Septage’ Haulers Attract Notice in Great Falls

After 30 Years, ‘Septage’ Haulers Attract Notice in Great Falls

Calendar

Calendar

GW Symposium Brings History To Life

GW Symposium Brings History To Life

GW Symposium Brings History To Life

GW Symposium Brings History To Life

Taking a "Dive" at Metrostage

Taking a "Dive" at Metrostage

News Briefs

News Briefs

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Nightlife

Nightlife

Sierzant Inspires Children

Profile

Sierzant Inspires Children

Nightlife

Nightlife

Appraisers Find Place in Booming Market

Appraisers Find Place in Booming Market

County Temporarily Closes Shelter

County Temporarily Closes Shelter

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Military Notes

Military Notes

Military Notes

Military Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Classes

Classes

People Notes

People Notes

Classes

Classes

Calendar

Calendar

Business Notes

Business Notes

People Notes

People Notes

Sierzant Inspires Children

Profile

Sierzant Inspires Children

Boundary Solution Displayed on Web Site

Boundary Solution Displayed on Web Site

Nightlife

Nightlife

Fine Arts Scene

Fine Arts Scene

Proposed Boundary Changes for Andrew Chapel

Proposed Boundary Changes for Andrew Chapel

Fine Arts Scene

Fine Arts Scene

Business Notes

Business Notes

Calendar

Calendar

School Notes

School Notes

Pupils Relive Colonial Days

Providence Elementary

Pupils Relive Colonial Days

Munoz Named Hispanic Scholar

Munoz Named Hispanic Scholar

School Notes

School Notes

Running For the Past

Running For the Past

Sierzant Inspires Children

Profile

Sierzant Inspires Children

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Taking a ‘Dive’ at MetroStage

Taking a ‘Dive’ at MetroStage

Sierzant Inspires Children

Profile

Sierzant Inspires Children

People Notes

People Notes

Health Care Board Blesses Respite Care Facility

Health Care Board Blesses Respite Care Facility

$400 Million, Please

School Board to ask Board of Supervisors to fully fund budget.

$400 Million, Please

Military Notes

Military Notes

Crime Log

Crime Log

DuPree Named to Vacant School Board Seat

Ashburn resident replaces Chorpenning.

DuPree Named to Vacant School Board Seat

News Briefs

News Briefs

Crime Log

Crime Log

Rebecca B. Coleman, 75, Dies

Rebecca B. Coleman, 75, Dies

LEIP Springs Ahead with Project Goals

LEIP Springs Ahead with Project Goals

Man Charged with Assaulting Police

Man Charged with Assaulting Police

Business Notes

Business Notes

Great Falls Park Gets Makeover

'Scoping Meeting' Scheduled Jan. 28

Great Falls Park Gets Makeover

General Plan Tightens School's Land Search

Revisions limit development of playing fields in floodplains.

General Plan Tightens School's Land Search

Great Falls National Park Gets a Makeover

Great Falls National Park Gets a Makeover

Health Care Board Blesses Respite Care Facility

McLean Bible Church Proposes Respite Center for Disabled Children

Health Care Board Blesses Respite Care Facility

Malvo Faces Death Penalty

Sniper Suspect Indicted for Capital Murder

Malvo Faces Death Penalty

Dorothea L. Lansdowne, 43, Dies

Dorothea L. Lansdowne, 43, Dies

Man Writes Book: 'The Family'

Man Writes Book: 'The Family'

Crime Log

Crime Log

Tuesday, January 21

Crime Report

Crime Report

Anti-War March Attended by Locals, Out-of-Towners

Anti-War March Attended by Locals, Out-of-Towners

Dialogues Hope to Mend Circles of Trust

Open Dialogues Allow People to Understand Each Other

Dialogues Hope to Mend Circles of Trust

Giving Dogs a Leg Up on Life

Giving Dogs a Leg Up on Life

Animal Shelter Adoptions May Expand

New policy would include animal rescue organizations.

Animal Shelter Adoptions May Expand

History Students Get Civil Rights Lesson

History Students Get Civil Rights Lesson

Potter Wheels in Second Career

Potter Wheels in Second Career

Billiards and Atmosphere Secret To Success

Billiards and Atmosphere Secret To Success

The Six-Minute Date

Single Professionals Turn to Speed Dating

The Six-Minute Date

Old Guard soldier charged with River Road theft

Information provided by the Army helped crack the case

Old Guard soldier charged with River Road theft

Dialogues Hope to Mend Circles of Trust

Open Dialogues Allow People to Understand Each Other

Dialogues Hope to Mend Circles of Trust

Arlingtonians Join Anti-War Protest

Weekend march brings thousands from nationwide to DC

Arlingtonians Join Anti-War Protest

Changing of the Guard

Ceremony Marks Shift in District Commanders

Changing of the Guard

Burke Centre Publishes Parking Petition

Burke Centre Publishes Parking Petition

Local Legislators Provide Update from Richmond

Short Session Applies Pressure

Local Legislators Provide Update from Richmond

Chamber Members Hear Good News

New Board Members Elected

Chamber Members Hear Good News

Voters Get Chance to View Candidates at Caucuses

Democrats and Republicans Square Off

Voters Get Chance to View Candidates at Caucuses

Easy Pickings?

Discarded Documents Ripe for Identity Theft

Easy Pickings?

History Students Get Civil Rights Lesson

History Students Get Civil Rights Lesson

Board OK's Funding For Modular Classrooms

Board OK's Funding For Modular Classrooms

Anti-War March Attended By Locals, Out of Towners

Anti-War March Attended By Locals, Out of Towners

Two-Day Event Celebrates King Legacy

Two-Day Event Celebrates King Legacy

Board OK's Funding For Modular Classrooms

Board OK's Funding For Modular Classrooms

Crime Report

Crime Report

Fairfax's Days of Thunder

Cub Scouts compete in pinewood derby.

Fairfax's Days of Thunder

A or B? Changes Coming

Across the board changes are in store

A or B? Changes Coming

County Unites to Remember Monroe

Services honor late board chair, call for unity.

County Unites to Remember Monroe

At South Lakes High

At South Lakes High

Gardening Notes

Gardening Notes

Marching for Peace

Restonians join in Saturday’s D.C. rally.

Marching for Peace

Tough Times for Insurance

Realtors concerned about rising homeowner’s insurance rates.

Tough Times for Insurance

History Students Get Civil Rights Lesson

History Students Get Civil Rights Lesson

Celebrating Martin Luther King's Birthday with Song

Celebrating Martin Luther King's Birthday with Song

Board OK's Funding For Modular Classrooms

Board OK's Funding For Modular Classrooms

Local Theater

Local Theater

Two-Day Event Celebrates King Legacy

Two-Day Event Celebrates King Legacy

String of Armed Robberies Strikes Herndon

String of Armed Robberies Strikes Herndon

Renovations Underway at Great Falls

An environmental study is underway to expand the road leading down into Great Falls

Renovations Underway at Great Falls

Assessments Prompt Tax Fears

Property values raise tax question for many

Assessments Prompt Tax Fears

Residents Sound Off on Noise

Town staff and residents discuss concerns about the Northside Property Yard.

Residents Sound Off on Noise

Sniper Suspect Indicted for Capital Murder

Sniper Suspect Indicted for Capital Murder

Family Day Yields Fun and Facts

Family Day Yields Fun and Facts

Jumping Rope Can Be Good for Your Health

Champion Rene Bibaud Performs, Lectures at Fort Hunt

Jumping Rope Can Be Good for Your Health

General Assembly Heats Up

Arlington representatives balance success, failure in Richmond

General Assembly Heats Up

Family Business to Close Shop

Worthington's on Church Street to close after 46 years.

Family Business to Close Shop

Police Arrest Teacher

Aggravated Sexual Battery; Victimizing Student

Police Arrest Teacher

Marine Receives Orders: Destination Unknown

Marine Receives Orders: Destination Unknown

Annapolis Dispatches

Cuts Worry Legislators

Annapolis Dispatches

Marine Receives Orders: Destination Unknown

Marine Receives Orders: Destination Unknown

Exploring Black History

Exploring Black History

Health Workers Learn about Smallpox Vaccine

Health Workers Learn about Smallpox Vaccine

Dialogues Hope to Mend Circles of Trust

Open Dialogues Allow People to Understand Each Other

Dialogues Hope to Mend Circles of Trust

Estate Parking Scrutinized

Alternatives Narrowed; Citizens Seek More Input

Estate Parking Scrutinized

Malvo To Stand Trial For Franklin’s Murder

Malvo To Stand Trial For Franklin’s Murder

Marine Receives Orders: Destination Unknown

Marine Receives Orders: Destination Unknown

Vegetables Unite Suburbs, Farmers

Community Supported Agriculture offers delivery of "farm fresh" products.

Vegetables Unite Suburbs, Farmers

Area Fire Departments Receive Federal Grants

Area Fire Departments Receive Federal Grants

Another Year — Another Billion

Business Profile

Another Year — Another Billion

Roundup

Roundup

Local Man Dies in Red-Light Running Accident

Local Man Dies in Red-Light Running Accident

Anti-War March Attended By Locals, Out of Towners

Anti-War March Attended By Locals, Out of Towners

Budget Debate Begins

Budget Debate Begins

The Six-Minute Date

Single Professionals Turn to Speed Dating

The Six-Minute Date

Hollin Meadows Holds Its Head Up High

Hollin Meadows Holds Its Head Up High

Local Theater

Local Theater

Gardening Notes

Gardening Notes

Education Notebook - 01/22/03

Education Notebook - 01/22/03

Gardening Notes

Gardening Notes

Committee Differs on Closing Achievement Gap

Minority Students’ Achievement Dips in Middle School

Committee Differs on Closing Achievement Gap

Fine Arts Scene

Fine Arts Scene

Like Mother, Like Daughter

Herndon High senior follows in mom's activist footsteps and joins anti-war protest in Washington.

Like Mother, Like Daughter

The Six-Minute Date

Single Professionals Turn to Speed Dating

The Six-Minute Date

Howell, Rust Provide Update from Richmond

Short session adds pressure to lawmakers

Howell, Rust Provide Update from Richmond

Remembering, Celebrating Dr. King

Speaker urges audience to remember achievements as well as pain.

Remembering, Celebrating Dr. King

Early Dismissals to Follow SOL Testing

Early Dismissals to Follow SOL Testing

South County School Contract Still Being Negotiated

Difference of Opinion on Solving Overcrowding Issues

South County School Contract Still Being Negotiated

Local theater

Local theater

Around Town

Around Town

Gardening Notes

Gardening Notes

Bridging Troubled Waters

City and citizens debate the merits of restoring Accotink Creek.

Bridging Troubled Waters

Burke Centre Publishes Parking Petition

Burke Centre Publishes Parking Petition

Wednesday, January 15

Around Town

Around Town

Earning Its Stars

Morrison House moves into 2003 with four-star rating from Mobil guide, new alliance to bolster its luxury

Earning Its Stars

Roaring ‘20s Welcome Redmon to Chamber

Incoming chair says he will focus on mall businesses, government.

Roaring ‘20s Welcome Redmon to Chamber

Tapestry Creates Visual ‘Macbeth’

Tapestry Creates Visual ‘Macbeth’

Supper Sings for Symphony

Krejcis entertain to benefit ASO.

Supper Sings for Symphony

Nightlife

Nightlife

Nightlife

Nightlife

Calendar

Calendar

Classes

Classes

Legislators, Constituents, Exchange Ideas

Legislators, Constituents, Exchange Ideas

Business Notes

Business Notes

Bunko Forum Disguises Girls Night Out

Bunko Forum Disguises Girls Night Out

Around Town

Around Town

Calendar

Calendar

Musician Hits the Right Note

Musician Hits the Right Note

Classes

Classes

Musician Hits Right Note

Musician Hits Right Note

Classes

Classes

Around Town

Around Town

Around Town

Around Town

Restonians Decry Social Service Cuts

Residents split over raising taxes to pay for services.

Restonians Decry Social Service Cuts

Bunko Forum Disguises Girls Night Out

Bunko Forum Disguises Girls Night Out

Calendar

Calendar

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Musician Hits Right Note

Musician Hits Right Note

Fay Nominated to Represent Dranesville District on FCPA Board

Thoesen Steps Down to Devote Time to Herndon

Fay Nominated to Represent Dranesville District on FCPA Board

Housing Crisis Looming

Report says over 200,000 units needed by 2025.

Housing Crisis Looming

Supper Sings for Symphony

Krejcis entertain to benefit ASO.

Supper Sings for Symphony

Earning Its Stars

Morrison House moves into 2003 with four-star rating from Mobil guide, new alliance to bolster its luxury.

Earning Its Stars

Two For History Books

For 95 years, Dr. Arnold Becker has done far more than his part to keep history alive.

Two For History Books

Supper Sings for Symphony

Krejcis entertain to benefit ASO.

Supper Sings for Symphony

Roaring ‘20s Welcome Redmon to Chamber

Incoming chair says he will focus on mall businesses, government.

Roaring ‘20s Welcome Redmon to Chamber

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

St. Aidan’s Church Scene of PBS Show

Local audience part of taping.

St. Aidan’s Church Scene of PBS Show

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Earning Its Stars

Morrison House moves into 2003 with four-star rating from Mobil guide, new alliance to bolster its luxury.

Earning Its Stars

Nightlife

Nightlife

What's New at Centreville United Methodist

What's New at Centreville United Methodist

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Albright to Speak at Women's Center Conference Mar. 8

Albright to Speak at Women's Center Conference Mar. 8

What's New at Centreville United Methodist

What's New at Centreville United Methodist

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

St. Aidan’s Church Scene of PBS Show

Local audience part of taping.

St. Aidan’s Church Scene of PBS Show

Musician Hits Right Note

Musician Hits Right Note

Calendar

Calendar

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Crime Log

Crime Log

Classes

Classes

Stargazers Raise Money for Observatory Park

Stargazers Raise Money for Observatory Park

School Notes

School Notes

Crime

Crime

Crime Log

Crime Log

Around Town

Around Town

Crime Log

Crime Log

School Notes

School Notes

News Briefs

News Briefs

School Notes

School Notes

Franklin Middle Students Learn How to Research

Franklin Middle Students Learn How to Research

Franklin First at Malvo Hearing

Franklin First at Malvo Hearing

School Notes

School Notes

County Trains for Disaster

Mass vaccination exercise prepares emergency crews for biological attack.

County Trains for Disaster

Roundup

Roundup

Budget Would Increase Teacher Pay

The superintendent's proposed $1.6 billion budget represents a 4.5 percent increase.

Budget Would Increase Teacher Pay

Residents Still Concerned With Soccer Proposal

Residents Still Concerned With Soccer Proposal

D.C. United Pulls Quinn Farm Plans

Park Authority to Continue Project

D.C. United Pulls Quinn Farm Plans

Martin Luther King Festival This Sunday

Martin Luther King Festival This Sunday

People

People

Roundups

Roundups

News Briefs

News Briefs

Mendelsohn Names Fay to Board

Thoesen, now mayor of Herndon, resigns Jan. 27

Mendelsohn Names Fay to Board

Monroe Dead at 46

Stroke Claims Life of Board Chair

Monroe Dead at 46

Notes From The Pentagon

Notes From The Pentagon

School Board Hears Nauck Concerns

Superintendent Recommends Limited Study of Neighborhood School Possibility

School Board Hears Nauck Concerns

Frey Says Soccer Fields Still Needed

Frey Says Soccer Fields Still Needed

Shelter, Health Club, Nursery School at WFCCA

Shelter, Health Club, Nursery School at WFCCA

17 New Townhouses OK'd by Supervisors

17 New Townhouses OK'd by Supervisors

Business Notes

Business Notes

Cuccinelli Goes to Richmond

Freshman Senator Hits the Ground Running

Cuccinelli Goes to Richmond

Cuccinelli Digs Into Legislative Work

Cuccinelli Digs Into Legislative Work

Marlo Plan Changes Again; No Hotel

Marlo Plan Changes Again; No Hotel

New Home for Homeland?

New Home for Homeland?

Cuccinelli Digs Into Legislative Work

Cuccinelli Digs Into Legislative Work

Candle Cause House Fire

News Briefs

Candle Cause House Fire

Restonians Decry Social Service Cuts

Residents split over raising taxes to pay for services.

Restonians Decry Social Service Cuts

Mendelsohn Names Fay to Park Board

Thoesen Resigns to Devote Time to Town of Herndon

Mendelsohn Names Fay to Park Board

Howell Proposed Four-Cent Cigarette Tax

Scott Wants Constitutional Amendment for Education

Howell Proposed Four-Cent Cigarette Tax

Judge Keeps Preliminary Malvo Hearing Open

Judge Keeps Preliminary Malvo Hearing Open

Community Volunteer Works at Giving

Community Volunteer Works at Giving

Crime Log

Crime Log

News Briefs

News Briefs

Tuesday, January 14

People Notes

People Notes

Victims of Gas Asphyxiation Identified

Victims of Gas Asphyxiation Identified

Loudoun Hospital Opens Birthing Inn after 9 Months

Loudoun Hospital Opens Birthing Inn after 9 Months

Eyesores Addressed By Blight Abatement Program

Eyesores Addressed By Blight Abatement Program

'Music Man' Comes to Aldersgate Church

'Music Man' Comes to Aldersgate Church

Numbers Up at Reston Library

Numbers Up at Reston Library

NOVA Adapts to Growth

NOVA Adapts to Growth

In: Stop Signs; Out: Trees

Residents Respond to Plan

In: Stop Signs; Out: Trees

County Combats Street Racing

County Combats Street Racing

Health Benefits, Schools, Taxes and Route One Safety on Peoples' Minds

Health Benefits, Schools, Taxes and Route One Safety on Peoples' Minds

Anger Follows Police Raid

Herndon Officials Upset over County's Operation

Anger Follows Police Raid

Eyesores Addressed By Blight Abatement Program

Eyesores Addressed By Blight Abatement Program

21 New Homes Coming to Seven Locks

Single-family homes coming to 9 acres.

21 New Homes Coming to Seven Locks

Here a Blog, There a Blog, Everywhere a Blogger

Local Businesswoman Reports on Nobel Peace Prize Ceremonies

Here a Blog, There a Blog, Everywhere a Blogger

Auxiliary Recognizes Volunteers

Auxiliary Recognizes Volunteers

Veterans Discuss Situation in Iraq

War should be used as a last alternative, they say.

Veterans Discuss Situation in Iraq

Camp 30 Land Eyed For Communications Center

Camp 30 Land Eyed For Communications Center

Camp 30 Land Eyed For Communications Center

Camp 30 Land Eyed For Communications Center

Grandmothers For Peace Chapter Gains Momentum

Grandmothers For Peace Chapter Gains Momentum

County Combats Street Racing

County Combats Street Racing

Views From Richmond

General Assembly Now Underway

Views From Richmond

Man Convicted of Sexual Abuse

Man Convicted of Sexual Abuse

Devolites Looks to 2003

Equalization, budget cuts, and Internet spamming and privacy are some issues that will be debated.

Devolites Looks to 2003

Crime Report

Crime Report

Crime Report

Crime Report

Views From Richmond

A Busy First Full Week of Work

Views From Richmond

Crime Report

Crime Report

By the Numbers

By the Numbers

Will They Stay Or Will They Go?

Will They Stay Or Will They Go?

Education Notebook - 01/15/03

Education Notebook - 01/15/03

SLHS to Present ‘Odd Couple’

Students to perform male and female versions of Neil Simon comedy.

SLHS to Present ‘Odd Couple’

Abused Children Find Sanctuary

Private-Public Partnership Benefits Abused Children

Abused Children Find Sanctuary

'Crimes of the Heart' Continues

'Crimes of the Heart' Continues

Council Releases Housing Money

Mayor Blasts Attempt to Cap Real Estate Tax Rate

Council Releases Housing Money

Alexandria Man Still Missing

Family, Police Seek Public's Assistance

Alexandria Man Still Missing

The Campagna Center Awarded Grant

The Campagna Center Awarded Grant

Assessing Our Health

Public Health Officials Target City's Well-Being

Assessing Our Health

Perry Seeks New Initiatives

Proposes 3.5-Percent Increase in School Budget

Perry Seeks New Initiatives

President Visits Here

Pushes Economic Package at Local Business

President Visits Here

HUD Shortfall Leaves ARHA Scrambling

HUD Shortfall Leaves ARHA Scrambling

Blight Abatement Program Cures Eyesores

Blight Abatement Program Cures Eyesores

Grandmothers For Peace Chapter Gains Momentum

Grandmothers For Peace Chapter Gains Momentum

Downtown Redevelopment Gears Up

City Council intends to kick off redevelopment soon.

Downtown Redevelopment Gears Up

Grandmothers For Peace Chapter Gains Momentum

Grandmothers For Peace Chapter Gains Momentum

Devolites Looks to 2003

Equalization, budget cuts, and Internet spamming and privacy are some issues that will be debated.

Devolites Looks to 2003

Blight Abatement Program Cures Eyesores

Blight Abatement Program Cures Eyesores

Camp 30 Land Eyed For Communications Center

Camp 30 Land Eyed For Communications Center

Anger Follows Police Raid

Herndon Officials Upset over County's Operation

Anger Follows Police Raid

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Legislators Begin General Assembly Process

Legislators Begin General Assembly Process

Ready For War?

Local residents cite concerns over loss of lives — American and Iraqi.

Ready For War?

Sandburg Student in Jeopardy — the Television Show

Whiz Kid Brings Home the Prize Money

Sandburg Student in Jeopardy — the Television Show

Educator's Dedication, Commitment Shine in Her Students

Educator's Dedication, Commitment Shine in Her Students

In: Stop Signs; Out: Trees

Residents Respond to Plan

In: Stop Signs; Out: Trees

Mount Vernon's Town Meeting Set

Mount Vernon's Town Meeting Set

Become a Friend — and Help a Great Cause

Become a Friend — and Help a Great Cause

Health Benefits, Schools, Taxes and Route One Safety on Peoples' Minds

Health Benefits, Schools, Taxes and Route One Safety on Peoples' Minds

Educator's Dedication, Commitment Shine in Her Students

Educator's Dedication, Commitment Shine in Her Students

Observance Volunteers Pursue 'Beloved Community'

Two-day celebration to honor Martin Luther King Jr.

Observance Volunteers Pursue 'Beloved Community'

Views From Richmond

A Busy First Full Week of Work

Views From Richmond

Questions for Carol Garvey

Garvey announces plans to retire.

Questions for Carol Garvey

Victims of Gas Asphyxiation Identified

Victims of Gas Asphyxiation Identified

Ladder Truck Not Gone Yet

Decision is now Duncan’s alone

Ladder Truck Not Gone Yet

Blight Abatement Program Cures Eyesores

Blight Abatement Program Cures Eyesores

Moose Lodge Awaits New Building

Moose Lodge Awaits New Building

Teens Serve Community

Two Vienna teens are recognized for their community service leadership.

Teens Serve Community

County Combats Street Racing

County Combats Street Racing

Thursday, January 9

Art Scene

Art Scene

What's New at Centreville United Methodist

What's New at Centreville United Methodist

Council, Residents Celebrate Town's First Dog Park

Long awaited dog park in Herndon, the fifth in the county, opens its gates for first time.

Council, Residents Celebrate Town's First Dog Park

Calendar

Calendar

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Chantilly Children's Play: 'Dinosaur from Planet X'

Chantilly Children's Play: 'Dinosaur from Planet X'

Local Theater

Local Theater

Mayor Introduces New Town Manager

Stephen Owen appointed to fill shoes of Ed Moore.

Mayor Introduces New Town Manager

People

People

School Notes

School Notes

Calendar

Calendar

School-Bus Parking Gets WFCCA's OK

School-Bus Parking Gets WFCCA's OK

Police Seek Trio In Armed Robbery

Police Seek Trio In Armed Robbery

Roundups

Roundups

Getting to Work

New Year’s Day meeting lets board outline plans for 2003.

Getting to Work

Board Limits Citizen Comment

Time limit on public comment draws fire from meeting regulars.

Board Limits Citizen Comment

Life Local Theater

Life Local Theater

Business Notes

Business Notes

Saving a Sinking Ship

Budget problems disrupt legislators’ plans for General Assembly.

Saving a Sinking Ship

What's New at Centreville United Methodist

What's New at Centreville United Methodist

GBW Elementary Students Enjoy Mexican Fiesta

GBW Elementary Students Enjoy Mexican Fiesta

CUMC Church Plans $4M Expansion

CUMC Church Plans $4M Expansion

Calendar

Calendar

Man Dies on Christmas Day

Smoke Inhalation is Possible Cause of Death

Man Dies on Christmas Day

12 Months Jail for Ashley's Hit-and-Run

12 Months Jail for Ashley's Hit-and-Run

Q & A with ...

Senator Howell prepares for another session in Richmond.

Q & A with ...

Legislators to Take Local Concerns to Richmond

40 residents raise issues ranging from DMV to second hospital.

Legislators to Take Local Concerns to Richmond

Santa Is a First Responder

Firefighters Make Family's Holiday a Merry One

Santa Is a First Responder

Erin McAvoy, 19, Dies

Erin McAvoy, 19, Dies

Delegates Journey to Richmond

Delegates Plum and Rust get down to business for the General Assembly's short session.

Delegates Journey to Richmond

County Names Holl Acting Chief

Local emergency preparedness expert to lead department as county begins national search.

County Names Holl Acting Chief

Faster Than Population Growth

Library use trends upward in economic downturn.

Faster Than Population Growth

The 15th District’s New Senator

Garagiola has high expectations for legislative session.

The 15th District’s New Senator

Eagle Scout Creates "W"

Landscapes Letter at Westfield High Stadium

Eagle Scout Creates "W"

Chantilly May be Tapped as Homeland Security Site

Chantilly May be Tapped as Homeland Security Site

Hugo Begins Freshman Term as 40th Delegate

Hugo Begins Freshman Term as 40th Delegate

Reston Loses a Pioneer

Former resident, bioethics scholar and a founding member of Reston Black Focus, Marian Gray Secundy, died in December.

Reston Loses a Pioneer

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Couple Caught in County Catch-22

Department of Public Works says they can't build a geodesic dome.

Couple Caught in County Catch-22

Q & A with ...

Senator Howell prepares for another session in Richmond.

Q & A with ...

Delegates Journey to Richmond

Delegates Plum and Rust get down to business for the General Assembly's short session.

Delegates Journey to Richmond

Reese Ready for General Assembly

Pushes 20 Bills In Second Year

Reese Ready for General Assembly

Wednesday, January 8

Hugo Begins Freshman Term

Hugo Begins Freshman Term

Amadeus Concert Features Greats from 1920s

Amadeus Concert Features Greats from 1920s

Hugo Begins Freshman Term

Hugo Begins Freshman Term

Couple Caught in County Catch-22

Department of Public Works says they can't build a geodesic dome.

Couple Caught in County Catch-22

News in Brief

News in Brief

Crime Log

Crime Log

News in Brief

News in Brief

West*Group's Donations

West*Group's Donations

News in Brief

News in Brief

Calendar

Calendar

Lack of Funds Curtails CIP Discussion

Low Turnout for CIP Hearing

Lack of Funds Curtails CIP Discussion

School Notes

School Notes

Around Town

Around Town

Classes

Classes

Supervisors Welcome Plan for 1,354 Homes at Tysons

Supervisors Welcome Plan for 1,354 Homes at Tysons

Nightlife

Nightlife

A Mitzvah For Louis

By Carla Branch

A Mitzvah For Louis

Amadeus Concert Features Greats from 1920s

Amadeus Concert Features Greats from 1920s

Classes

Classes

Around Town

Around Town

Classes

Classes

Dranesville Supervisor Absent from West*Group Hearing

Mendelsohn Avoids 'Appearance' of Conflict

Dranesville Supervisor Absent from West*Group Hearing

Around Town

Around Town

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Supervisors Welcome Plan for 1,354 Homes at Tysons

Supervisors Welcome Plan for 1,354 Homes at Tysons

School Notes

School Notes

Volunteers

Volunteers

Nightlife

Nightlife

Around Town

Around Town

College Notes

College Notes

Classes

Classes

School Notes

School Notes

College Notes

College Notes

A Mitzvah For Louis

A Mitzvah For Louis

Education Notebook - 01/08/03

Education Notebook - 01/08/03

Education Notebook - 01/08/03

Education Notebook - 01/08/03

Nightlife

Nightlife

Crime Log

Crime Log

Education Notebook - 01/08/03

Education Notebook - 01/08/03

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Education Notebook - 01/08/03

Education Notebook - 01/08/03

Real Estate Bubble Won't Burst in 2003

Realtors also express concern about affordable housing.

Real Estate Bubble Won't Burst in 2003

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Quitting Requires More Than Patch

Lifestyle Changes Key to Stopping Smoking

Quitting Requires More Than Patch

Crime Log

Crime Log

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Education Notebook - 01/08/03

Education Notebook - 01/08/03

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Hugo Begins Freshman Term

Hugo Begins Freshman Term

Crime Log

Crime Log

Crime

Crime

Business Notes

Business Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Tuesday, January 7

Byrne States Priorities for '03 Session

In the midst of a budget shortfall, Byrne said education and nursing home care as her top priorities.

Byrne States Priorities for '03 Session

General Assembly Convenes; Local Officials Pare Down Bills

General Assembly Convenes; Local Officials Pare Down Bills

Crime Report

Crime Report

Byrne States Priorities for '03 Session

In the midst of a budget shortfall, Byrne said education and nursing home care as her top priorities.

Byrne States Priorities for '03 Session

Church Street Parking Debated by Town

The Council heard comments from residents and business owners on Church Street parking restrictions as well as on Vienna’s Public Works Department

Church Street Parking Debated by Town

Come On, Get Real

New Teen Magazine Debuts in City

Come On, Get Real

Local theatre

Local theatre

Delegates Preview Coming General Assembly

Delegates Preview Coming General Assembly

Delegates Preview Coming General Assembly

Delegates Preview Coming General Assembly

Suit Questioned At ARHA Meeting

Suit Questioned At ARHA Meeting

Food Talk

Food Talk

Art Scene

Art Scene

Anti-War Stance Expressed in Fasting

Anti-War Stance Expressed in Fasting

Patriots, Police Mentor Teens at George Mason

Patriots, Police Mentor Teens at George Mason

Crime Report

Crime Report

Patriots, Police Mentor Teens at George Mason

Patriots, Police Mentor Teens at George Mason

Board Puts Lid on Property Tax Cap

Board Puts Lid on Property Tax Cap

Ready for Richmond

Legislators peg bills for General Assembly session.

Ready for Richmond

People Notes

People Notes

Grinched!

Elaborate Decorations Stolen

Grinched!

Anti-War Stance Expressed in Fasting

Anti-War Stance Expressed in Fasting

New City PAC Eyes Council Seats

New City PAC Eyes Council Seats

Lawmakers Are Back in Richmond

Legislative Profiles

Lawmakers Are Back in Richmond

Art Scene

Art Scene

Crime Report

Crime Report

Holiday Made Brighter with Generous Donations

Holiday Made Brighter with Generous Donations

An Old Town Mystery is Solved

An Old Town Mystery is Solved

Fairfax Church Plans to Move

New location will give church more opportunities, members say.

Fairfax Church Plans to Move

A Million Ways to Help 9/11's Secondary Victims

A Million Ways to Help 9/11's Secondary Victims

Food Talk

Food Talk

Food Talk

Food Talk

Bronrott Begins Second Term

Safety, revenue issues top Bronrott’s concerns.

Bronrott Begins Second Term

Gunston Hall Appoints New Director

Gunston Hall Appoints New Director

Yes, Mount Vernon — There Was a Retail Christmas

Yes, Mount Vernon — There Was a Retail Christmas

Delegates Preview Coming General Assembly

Delegates Preview Coming General Assembly

New Delegate Brings Financial Expertise

Feldman wants to tackle the budget crisis.

New Delegate Brings Financial Expertise

A Shortened Holiday Season Turned Out 'OK'

A Shortened Holiday Season Turned Out 'OK'

Bryan Wayne Writes Country Hit

Former Vienna resident takes on Nashville music scene.

Bryan Wayne Writes Country Hit

Dumais Looks Forward to the Job

Attorney will sit on Judiciary Committee.

Dumais Looks Forward to the Job

'Smart Growth' Becomes Official

Board stretches zoning ordinance to fit comprehensive plan.

'Smart Growth' Becomes Official

Groveton Principal Honored with Award

Groveton Principal Honored with Award

Bronrott Begins Second Term

Safety, revenue issues top Bronrott’s concerns.

Bronrott Begins Second Term

Anti-War Stance Expressed in Fasting

Anti-War Stance Expressed in Fasting

City Loses an Advocate

Lois Van Valkenburgh Dies at age 82

City Loses an Advocate

New Restaurant To Expand Dining Options

New Restaurant To Expand Dining Options

Patriots, Police Mentor Teens at George Mason

Patriots, Police Mentor Teens at George Mason

Oakton Students Thank Troops

Classes send their holiday greetings to troops worldwide.

Oakton Students Thank Troops

Jean Cryor returns to Annapolis

Incumbent anxious to get back to work

Jean Cryor returns to Annapolis

Petersen Favors Efficiency, Equitable Allocation.

Petersen aims to propose legislation to keep money in Fairfax.

Petersen Favors Efficiency, Equitable Allocation.

Veteran lawmaker returns to Annapolis

Frosh has a busy session ahead

Veteran lawmaker returns to Annapolis

Potomac fire service cut

Potomac fire service cut

Wednesday, January 1

County to Start Recovering From Recession

County to Start Recovering From Recession

Loudoun Looks Forward to Development Projects

Loudoun Looks Forward to Development Projects

County Growth Continues in 2002

County Growth Continues in 2002

Crime

Crime

Luck Stone Digs Into Business Growth

Luck Stone Digs Into Business Growth

Old Home Week

Virginia Coalition makes album release a Titans’ night

Old Home Week

Calendar

Calendar

Old Home Week

Virginia Coalition makes album release a Titans’ night

Old Home Week

2002, A Great Theater Year But Just A Precursor Of 2003 Plans

2002, A Great Theater Year But Just A Precursor Of 2003 Plans

2002, A Great Theater Year But Just A Precursor Of 2003 Plans

2002, A Great Theater Year But Just A Precursor Of 2003 Plans

Supervisors to Continue Funding PDRs

Supervisors to Continue Funding PDRs

Sharing Sherry

Sharing Sherry

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Sharing Sherry

Sharing Sherry