Stories for July 2003

Stories for July 2003

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Thursday, July 31

Steve and Helene Nichols: A Love Story

Steve and Helene Nichols: A Love Story

Wednesday, July 30

Judy Heisinger Gives Transportation Update

Judy Heisinger Gives Transportation Update

Taxes & Fees

Taxes & Fees

About Loudoun

County Keeps on Growing

About Loudoun

Reflecting on Neighborliness

Reflecting on Neighborliness

School Notes

School Notes

Sept. 4 Hearing Set for New Plan for Spring Hill Park

Sept. 4 Hearing Set for New Plan for Spring Hill Park

The Little Theater That Could

Community theater continues to pack them in.

The Little Theater That Could

Night Life

Night Life

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

The Little Theater That Could

Community theater continues to pack them in.

The Little Theater That Could

Home Car Repair Can Be Zoning Issue

Home Car Repair Can Be Zoning Issue

Fairfax County Teen Centers

Fairfax County Teen Centers

Dominion to Build Substation

Dominion to Build Substation

Lighting Candles for Erica

Lighting Candles for Erica

Students Flourish Under Centreville Art Teacher

Students Flourish Under Centreville Art Teacher

Land Records Program Delayed

Land Records Program Delayed

Calendar

Calendar

Home Car Repair Can Be a Zoning Issue

Home Car Repair Can Be a Zoning Issue

Striking Up a Chord

Some 475 students learn music at Franklin Middle Band Camp.

Striking Up a Chord

Making a Difference

Teens identify, try to solve local issues.

Making a Difference

Wall to Stay Up at Strip Mall

Wall to Stay Up at Strip Mall

'Wrong Thing to Do?'

Industrial land rezoned to age-restricted residential.

'Wrong Thing to Do?'

Keeping Safe

Project Safe Summer to keep students active.

Keeping Safe

Roundups

Roundups

Spring Hill District Park Plan Proposed

Spring Hill District Park Plan Proposed

Peach Festival's "Little Taste of Heaven"

Peach Festival's "Little Taste of Heaven"

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Centreville Man is Charged with Rape

Centreville Man is Charged with Rape

Peach Festival's "Little Taste of Heaven"

Peach Festival's "Little Taste of Heaven"

Calendar

Calendar

Tuesday, July 29

Local Designer Dines with First Lady

Annual luncheon in Washington draws 1,800.

Local Designer Dines with First Lady

Community Radio Thrives in Washington

Public access cable radio station aims to satisfy local audiences.

Community Radio Thrives in Washington

Crime Log

Crime Log

HCTV

HCTV

American Legion Builds Second Floor

Vienna's American Legion prepares for second floor addition.

American Legion Builds Second Floor

Crime Log

Crime Log

Historical Burgers

Gadsby's Tavern rolls out new menu items.

Historical Burgers

Body Found in Four Mile Run Identified

Body Found in Four Mile Run Identified

Tenants Raise Concerns of Frustration, Safety

Southern Towers maintenance among issues cited.

Tenants Raise Concerns of Frustration, Safety

Barber Shop Landmark Closes

Tavern Square tenants scramble for space as deadline comes.

Barber Shop Landmark Closes

Lighting the Way

The Grandfathers Group receives award from The Points of Light Foundation.

Lighting the Way

Berg Contract Set for Aug. 7 Signing

Berg Contract Set for Aug. 7 Signing

Citizen Input Crucial to City's Plan

Comprehensive transportation program continues to get feedback.

Citizen Input Crucial to City's Plan

City Pays Tribute

Decorated police officer was killed in motorcycle accident.

City Pays Tribute

RCTV Channel 28

RCTV Channel 28

High School Theater Reunion

High School Theater Reunion

Classes

Classes

Classes

Classes

School Notes

School Notes

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

At the Movies

At the Movies

School Notes

School Notes

"Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" Opens Friday

Vienna Youth Players to perform Andrew Lloyd Webber musical based on the Old Testament story.

"Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" Opens Friday

Business Notes

Business Notes

Vienna Resident Writes Best-Selling Thrillers

Vienna Resident Writes Best-Selling Thrillers

Sights, Sounds and Smells of Summer

Odor-control remedies debated along sewer line near C&O canal.

Sights, Sounds and Smells of Summer

New Chairman Offers Cooperation

Watson leads chamber of commerce, reaching out to community.

New Chairman Offers Cooperation

Failing Septic Spawns Request for Sewer

Second time in a year for Boswell Lane.

Failing Septic Spawns Request for Sewer

College Notes

College Notes

Faith

Faith

Faith

Faith

Il Cigno Drops Tent

Il Cigno Drops Tent

Business Notes

Business Notes

Band Fulfills Musical Ministry

Jericho performs songs from blues to praise.

Band Fulfills Musical Ministry

Band Fulfills Musical Ministry

Jericho performs songs from blues to praise.

Band Fulfills Musical Ministry

Raise the Cap?

Move to increase the cap margin for RA assessments is long overdue, proponents say. Opponents cry foul.

Raise the Cap?

A Place to Ride without Owning a Horse

Center, open to the public, prides itself on “fat, happy, shiny horses.”

A Place to Ride without Owning a Horse

Teachers Institute Is a Big Hit

Teachers Institute Is a Big Hit

A Day of Rest?

A Day of Rest?

Travel Agents Serve Vital Function

Expertise on traveling can be invaluable asset.

Travel Agents Serve Vital Function

Band Fulfills Musical Ministry

Jericho performs songs from blues to praise.

Band Fulfills Musical Ministry

Laurel Hill Task Force Takes New Direction

Laurel Hill Task Force Takes New Direction

Advocating for Those Who Can't

Senior Living

Advocating for Those Who Can't

Bloodhounds Join the Ranks of FCPD

Just another tool in county police arsenal.

Bloodhounds Join the Ranks of FCPD

Education Notebook 07/30/03

Education Notebook 07/30/03

Belvoir Increases Security Again

Belvoir Increases Security Again

Historical Burgers

Gadsby's Tavern rolls out new menu items.

Historical Burgers

Dog Owners Look Forward to Getting Dog Park

Meetings and doggie socials scheduled.

Dog Owners Look Forward to Getting Dog Park

Town Center Inching Closer to Reality?

Kings Crossing on Route 1 being eyed for development.

Town Center Inching Closer to Reality?

From Concrete and Steel to Green Wetlands

WW Bridge project gets environmentally preserved.

From Concrete and Steel to Green Wetlands

Business Notes

Business Notes

Park Problems Proliferate in Dranesville

Budget constraints contribute to pressure for private support

Park Problems Proliferate in Dranesville

Albert S. Harris, Sr.

Albert S. Harris, Sr.

Crime Report

Crime Report

Incentives for Housing, Transit

Program gives homebuyers a break when they buy near transit.

Incentives for Housing, Transit

Foundation Seeks Volunteers

Foundation Seeks Volunteers

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Crime Report

Crime Report

Chestnut Grove Cemetery Gets New Manager

Moore Brings 40 Years of Experience

Chestnut Grove Cemetery Gets New Manager

Silent Rally

Local Herndon man and Falun Gong practitioner waits for family reunion.

Silent Rally

All-Day K, External Cameras Approved

All-Day K, External Cameras Approved

Albert S. Harris, Sr.

Albert S. Harris, Sr.

Emotional Testimony Dominates Hearing on Respite Center

McLean Bible Church Wants 70-Bed Facility for Disabled Children

Emotional Testimony Dominates Hearing on Respite Center

Crime Log

Crime Log

This Week in Herndon

This Week in Herndon

High School Theater Reunion

High School Theater Reunion

Venturing into the Deep

Venturing into the Deep

School Notes

School Notes

Community Notes

Community Notes

Art Studio for People with Disabilities To Open

VSA Arts of Loudoun County opens DaVinci Studio for people with disabilities to make art.

Art Studio for People with Disabilities To Open

Kid Save Holds Picnic for Visiting Orphans

Kid Save Holds Picnic for Visiting Orphans

Home Car Repairs Can Be Zoning Issue

Home Car Repairs Can Be Zoning Issue

College Notes

College Notes

Camps and Schools 7-30-03

Camps and Schools 7-30-03

Facts Behind State Budget

Facts Behind State Budget

Faith Groups Prepare for 'Works Sunday'

Faith Groups Prepare for 'Works Sunday'

Crime Log

Crime Log

Crime Report

Crime Report

How Secure Are Social Security Numbers?

Local privacy advocate wants them removed from Web sites.

How Secure Are Social Security Numbers?

School Notes

School Notes

Remembering a 'Forgotten War'

Veterans mark 50th anniversary of the Korean War with a program performed by Korean students.

Remembering a 'Forgotten War'

Facts Behind State Budget

Facts Behind State Budget

Faith Groups Prepare for 'Works Sunday'

Faith Groups Prepare for 'Works Sunday'

Park Problems Proliferate in Dranesville District

Budget cuts bring pressure for more private support

Park Problems Proliferate in Dranesville District

Military Notes

Military Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Military Notes

Military Notes

Community Radio Thrives in Washington

Public access cable radio station aims to satisfy local audiences.

Community Radio Thrives in Washington

Chamber Awards Scholarships to Local Grads

Chamber Awards Scholarships to Local Grads

Classes

Classes

Remembering a 'Forgotten War'

Veterans mark 50th anniversary of the Korean War with a program performed by Korean students.

Remembering a 'Forgotten War'

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Military Notes

Military Notes

Classes

Classes

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Classes

Classes

Monday, July 28

Town Government

Town Government

Environmental Groups

Environmental Groups

Historial Society

Historial Society

By the Numbers

By the Numbers

Fire & Rescue

Fire & Rescue

The ABC's of Reston

The ABC's of Reston

Schools

Schools

Public Safety

Public Safety

Parks & Recreation

Parks & Recreation

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Water & Sewer

Water & Sewer

Viewpoints

What places for fun would you recommend someone moving to Reston?

Viewpoints

Welcome to Loudoun's Libraries

Welcome to Loudoun's Libraries

Welcome

Welcome

Public Schools

Public Schools

Post Office

Post Office

Parks & Recreation

Parks & Recreation

Community Calendar

Community Calendar

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

A Promise Fulflled

A Promise Fulflled

Welcome

Welcome

Post Offices

Post Offices

Public Library

Public Library

Welcome

Welcome

By the Numbers

By the Numbers

Public Safety

Public Safety

Welcome

Welcome

Viewpoints

What place for fun would you recommend to someone moving to Herndon?

Viewpoints

Community Centers

Community Centers

Savoring the Small-Town Feel

Savoring the Small-Town Feel

Prison Guards Get Inside Scoop

Defense attorneys try to keep them from sharing Malvo's admissions at trial.

Prison Guards Get Inside Scoop

Public Schools

Public Schools

History

History

Library

Library

Post Offices

Post Offices

Timeline

Timeline

Important Numbers

Important Numbers

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Volunteer Spirit Alive in Vienna

Volunteer Spirit Alive in Vienna

Cars

Cars

Herndon, By the Letter

Herndon, By the Letter

Public Schools

Public Schools

Public Library

Public Library

Public Safety

Public Safety

Town Government

Elect Mayor and Council Oversees Town

Town Government

Welcome

Welcome

Viewpoints

What is there to do in Loudoun?

Viewpoints

Welcome

Welcome

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Another Man’s Treasure

Donated goods at the Interfaith Clothing Center get a second chance.

Another Man’s Treasure

Reacreation Centers

Reacreation Centers

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

By the Numbers

By the Numbers

Election '03

Election '03

This Week In Potomac

This Week In Potomac

Civic Calendar

Civic Calendar

Health

Health

Health

Health

By the Numbers

By the Numbers

Parks & Recreation

Parks & Recreation

Community Centers

Community Centers

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Public Schools

Public Schools

Viewpoints

What place for fun would you recommend to someone moving to Herndon?

Viewpoints

Community Centers

Community Centers

Baseball On Deck Again

Ferguson’s letter not the last word on possible ballpark.

Baseball On Deck Again

Post Offices

Post Offices

Public Library

Public Library

Public Safety

Public Safety

Llama on The Lloose

Llama on The Lloose

Welcome

Welcome

Town Government

Town Government

By the Numbers

By the Numbers

It Isn’t So Simple

Health effects of food components are enormously complicated.

It Isn’t So Simple

25 Percent Creativity 75 Percent …

Former resident makes a name for himself in film.

25 Percent Creativity 75 Percent …

900 Come to Learn Local Terrorism Response

900 Come to Learn Local Terrorism Response

Parks

Parks

Vienna Parks

Vienna Parks

Arts & Entertainment

Arts & Entertainment

First Responders Hone Disaster Training

Joint exercises at Pentagon, Virginia Hospital Center-Arlington, simulate chemical weapons attack.

First Responders Hone Disaster Training

Kisses for Act III

Kisses for Act III

Flash Flood Kills One

Arlington man escapes, but friend dies in normally calm waters of Four Mile Run.

Flash Flood Kills One

Animal Care & Control

Animal Care & Control

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Loudoun County Courts

Judicial System

Loudoun County Courts

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Burgeoning Growth Challenges Vienna and Oakton

Two close-knit communities must deal with growth while maintaining quality of life.

Burgeoning Growth Challenges Vienna and Oakton

Herndon, By the Letter

Herndon, By the Letter

Community Centers

Community Centers

Welcome

Welcome

Voting

Voting

Viewpoints

What advice do you have for people new to Vienna?

Viewpoints

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Trash & Recycling

Trash & Recycling

Board of Supervisors

Board of Supervisors

Getting Involved

Reston Association

Getting Involved

Health

Health

New Town

Community Founded on Inclusion, Acceptance

New Town

Sunday, July 27

Faith

Faith

Public Library

Public Library

Make New Friends with Newcomers

Make New Friends with Newcomers

A Welcome from Dranesville Supervisor Mendelsohn

A Welcome from Dranesville Supervisor Mendelsohn

Community Calendar

Community Calendar

The Great Falls Library

The Great Falls Library

Fairfax County Health Department Clinics

Fairfax County Health Department Clinics

Faith

Faith

Public Safety

Public Safety

Calendar

Calendar

A Welcome from Dranesville Supervisor Mendelsohn

A Welcome from Dranesville Supervisor Mendelsohn

Newcomer Club Eases Arrival in Great Falls

Newcomer Club Eases Arrival in Great Falls

Community Centers

Community Centers

Community Calendar

Community Calendar

Why we think Great Falls is so wonderful

Why we think Great Falls is so wonderful

Fairfax County Health Department Clinics

Fairfax County Health Department Clinics

By the Numbers

By the Numbers

Clubs and Organizations

Clubs and Organizations

Why we think Great Falls is so wonderful

Why we think Great Falls is so wonderful

A Welcome from Dranesville Supervisor Mendelsohn

A Welcome from Dranesville Supervisor Mendelsohn

The Great Falls Library

The Great Falls Library

Calendar

Calendar

Change Comes to Georgetown Pike

Change Comes to Georgetown Pike

Change Comes to Georgetown Pike

Change Comes to Georgetown Pike

Theater

Theater

Clubs and Organizations

Clubs and Organizations

Change Comes to Dranesville District

Change Comes to Dranesville District

One Mom's Welome to Great Falls

One Mom's Welome to Great Falls

Parks

Parks

Change Comes to Georgetown Pike

Change Comes to Georgetown Pike

Newcomer Club Eases Arrival in Great Falls

Newcomer Club Eases Arrival in Great Falls

One Mom's Welome to Great Falls

One Mom's Welome to Great Falls

Public Safety

Public Safety

Change Comes to Dranesville District

Change Comes to Dranesville District

A Welcome from Dranesville Supervisor Mendelsohn

A Welcome from Dranesville Supervisor Mendelsohn

Change Comes to Dranesville District

Change Comes to Dranesville District

Schools

Schools

Change Comes to Georgetown Pike

Change Comes to Georgetown Pike

Parks

Parks

Make New Friends with Newcomers

Make New Friends with Newcomers

Clubs and Organizations

Clubs and Organizations

Change Comes to Dranesville District

Change Comes to Dranesville District

Music

Music

Clubs and Organizations

Clubs and Organizations

Wednesday, July 23

Who Dumped the Debris?

Debris off Chain Bridge Road is from Vienna's project, but who has the OK to put it there is uncertain.

Who Dumped the Debris?

Fire Leaves 12 Homeless

Electrical overload sparks two-alarm blaze in South Arlington apartment complex.

Fire Leaves 12 Homeless

College Notes

College Notes

If Baseball Is Out In Arlington, What About Springfield?

Arlington Board's decision could shine spotlight on EPG.

If Baseball Is Out In Arlington, What About Springfield?

Safety Recognized At Interchange Project

Safety Recognized At Interchange Project

Spreading the Word in a War Zone

Spreading the Word in a War Zone

Crime Log

Crime Log

Military Notes

Military Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Who Dumped the Debris?

Debris off Chain Bridge Road is from Vienna's project, but who has the OK to put it there is uncertain.

Who Dumped the Debris?

Spreading the Word in a War Zone

Spreading the Word in a War Zone

People Notes

People Notes

Calendar

Calendar

School Notes

School Notes

Military Notes

Military Notes

Grand Jury Indicts 2 Local Residents

Grand Jury Indicts 2 Local Residents

Calendar

Calendar

Thrown Out at Home

County board asks to be removed from stadium site list.

Thrown Out at Home

Will Fairlee Development Overwhelm Metro?

Planners say it won't; neighbors aren't so sure.

Will Fairlee Development Overwhelm Metro?

Magic Happens Here

Magic Happens Here

Tysons Towers Seniors Create Art

Artwork at Vienna's post office showcases senior talent.

Tysons Towers Seniors Create Art

Schools

Schools

School Notes

School Notes

Crime Log

Crime Log

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

More Than Gardening

After surviving wet spring, gardeners show off their mid-summer crops.

More Than Gardening

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

New Associate Pastor Arrives

New Associate Pastor Arrives

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

If Baseball Is Out In Arlington, What About Springfield?

Arlington Board's decision could shine spotlight on EPG.

If Baseball Is Out In Arlington, What About Springfield?

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

People Notes

People Notes

In case of emergency, call 911

In case of emergency, call 911

Calendar

Calendar

Crime Log

Crime Log

Calendar

Calendar

Chantilly Woman Charged with False Pretense

Chantilly Woman Charged with False Pretense

More Homes in Clifton?

Ricciardis request rezoning to build eight homes.

More Homes in Clifton?

Fairfax This Week

Fairfax This Week

People Notes

People Notes

Balmoral Developer Is Denied Open Septic Field

Balmoral Developer Is Denied Open Septic Field

Secret Service Investigates

Three SLHS students suspected of making and using counterfeit money at local restaurant.

Secret Service Investigates

Cappies Winners Present 'Playz!'

Showcases four short plays featuring Cappie winners from Westfield and Centreville High.

Cappies Winners Present 'Playz!'

City Police Station's Location Still Unresolved

City staff given 60 days to explore feasible, alternate sites.

City Police Station's Location Still Unresolved

Cheney Announces for 8th District

First Out of the Blocks to Oppose Moran

Cheney Announces for 8th District

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Crime Log

Crime Log

Talking Out Differences

Trying to tone down the debate, town forces audience to talk through day laborer issue.

Talking Out Differences

Brookfield Earmarked for All-Day Kindergarten

Brookfield Earmarked for All-Day Kindergarten

Battlefield Bypass Rtes.Get Further Revisions

Battlefield Bypass Rtes.Get Further Revisions

Accident Claims Life of Centreville Teen

Accident Claims Life of Centreville Teen

School Notes

School Notes

Roundup

Roundup

Coalition Criticizes RA Committee

Local group challenges RA's look at governance documents.

Coalition Criticizes RA Committee

Will Fairlee Development Overwhelm Metro?

Planners say it won't; neighbors aren't so sure.

Will Fairlee Development Overwhelm Metro?

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Curl Bursts Bubble

Tired of fighting, Curl Swim Services packs bubble and heads to Dunn Loring YMCA.

Curl Bursts Bubble

Friends Reject Suicide in 'Suspicious' Death

Herndon flight attendant and union representative died falling from Reston parking garage.

Friends Reject Suicide in 'Suspicious' Death

Board Questions Infill Zoning

Development replaces one house with 14.

Board Questions Infill Zoning

Battlefield Bypass Alternatives

Battlefield Bypass Alternatives

Roundups

Roundups

Military Notes

Military Notes

Del. Hugo Addresses WFCCA

Speaks about taxes, schools and transportation issues.

Del. Hugo Addresses WFCCA

New Associate Pastor Arrives

New Associate Pastor Arrives

School Notes

School Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Community Radio Thrives in Northern Virginia

Public access cable radio station aims to satisfy local audiences.

Community Radio Thrives in Northern Virginia

Eckerd Eyes Site in Centre Ridge

Eckerd Eyes Site in Centre Ridge

Tuesday, July 22

Student Representative Requirements

Student Representative Requirements

School Board Split on Student Rep Term Limits

Board to Adopt Revisions to Student Rep Policy

School Board Split on Student Rep Term Limits

Education Notebook - 07/23/03

Education Notebook - 07/23/03

SLHS Junior Attends Summer Academy

SLHS Junior Attends Summer Academy

Pets Susceptible To West Nile Virus

People and Animals Need to be Protected

Pets Susceptible To West Nile Virus

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Important FCPS Numbers

Education

Important FCPS Numbers

Public School Programs

Education

Public School Programs

FCPS on TV

Education

FCPS on TV

County School System One of Largest in Nation

Education

County School System One of Largest in Nation

Most Return to School Sept. 2

Education

Most Return to School Sept. 2

Elected Board Leads Schools

Education

Elected Board Leads Schools

Taking Care of School Business

Education

Taking Care of School Business

New Students Register at Five Sites

Education

New Students Register at Five Sites

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

All 12 School Board Seats Up for Election

Election '03

All 12 School Board Seats Up for Election

Superintendent Oversees More Than 184 Schools

Education

Superintendent Oversees More Than 184 Schools

Get Involved

Get Involved

Busiest Community Center in Montgomery County

Busiest Community Center in Montgomery County

Potomac Library: More Than Books

Special Programs Bring Fun and Learning to the Community

Potomac Library: More Than Books

Potomac Area Newcomers Club

Potomac Area Newcomers Club

Utilities

Utilities

Civic Organizations

Civic Organizations

Recycling

Recycling

Guide to Potomac's Public Schools

Guide to Potomac's Public Schools

Pet Care, Licensing and Vaccines

Pet Care, Licensing and Vaccines

Calendar

Calendar

HCTV

HCTV

At the Movies

At the Movies

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

At the Movies

At the Movies

Channel 28

Channel 28

West Nile Mosquitoes Trapped in City

West Nile Mosquitoes Trapped in City

City Officer Killed

Motorcycle crash takes life of Luis Torres.

City Officer Killed

Tomorrow's Firefighters Today

Pee Wee Academy targets children; teaches safety and prevention.

Tomorrow's Firefighters Today

King Street Branch Bank Robbed

King Street Branch Bank Robbed

At Night, on the River

Practice and More Practice — Just in Case

At Night, on the River

Arrest Made in Homicide

City records second murder of year.

Arrest Made in Homicide

Judge Flap

Appointment thrown into limbo by majority party.

Judge Flap

Liver Transplant Fundraiser Gains Momentum

Liver Transplant Fundraiser Gains Momentum

Alcohol Suspected in Accident

Alcohol Suspected in Accident

Davis Visits Seniors At Greenspring Village

Davis Visits Seniors At Greenspring Village

Scouts Build Bamboo Windchime

Scouts Build Bamboo Windchime

Safety Recognized At Interchange Project

Safety Recognized At Interchange Project

Alcohol Suspected in Accident

Alcohol Suspected in Accident

Trouble in River City

Budget Cuts Reduce Public Presence at Riverbend Park

Trouble in River City

Great Falls Trailblazers Seek Funding for Trails

Great Falls Trailblazers Seek Funding for Trails

Scouts Build Bamboo Windchime

Scouts Build Bamboo Windchime

Liver Transplant Fundraiser Gains Momentum

Liver Transplant Fundraiser Gains Momentum

Davis Visits Seniors at Greenspring Village

Davis Visits Seniors at Greenspring Village

Business Notes

Business Notes

Dulles Loop?

Vision for airport would connect 606, 28 and 50.

Dulles Loop?

New Office Focuses on Roadways

Transportation Office drives transit, highway plans.

New Office Focuses on Roadways

Monopole at Riverbend Park Strenthens Montgomery County Communications

Monopole at Riverbend Park Strenthens Montgomery County Communications

Business Notes

Business Notes

Community Notes

Community Notes

Current County Vacancies

Current County Vacancies

WMATA Garage Decision Postponed to July 30

WMATA Garage Decision Postponed to July 30

Community Notes

Community Notes

Fair Offers 'Great Country' Entertainment

Fair Offers 'Great Country' Entertainment

Military Note

Military Note

Finding Commercial Potential

Economic Development staff identify key sites along Route 7.

Finding Commercial Potential

County to Buy Buses

7-2 vote approves 22-bus fleet.

County to Buy Buses

Herndon Gets Own Orchestra

Herndon Gets Own Orchestra

Business Notes

Business Notes

Morning Talk Show Helps Raise Money for McLean Youth Soccer

Soccer Star Ben Olsen Visits MYS Field

Morning Talk Show Helps Raise Money for McLean Youth Soccer

County Watershed Study Underway

County Watershed Study Underway

Boy Scout Camp at Belvoir Starts Off with a Bang

Boy Scout Camp at Belvoir Starts Off with a Bang

Extern Program Attracts Potential Nurses

Inova celebrates with beach bash for students.

Extern Program Attracts Potential Nurses

Local Camp Gets Visit From VIP

Local Camp Gets Visit From VIP

Slammed Shut

Doors to fitness center closed; little recourse for members.

Slammed Shut

New Center Dedicated

Public tours new facility; dignitaries honor supervisor.

New Center Dedicated

Warrants Issued for Robbery Suspect

Warrants Issued for Robbery Suspect

Explaining The Reasons

AGP's end is in sight, but Park and Planning wants to define its reasons.

Explaining The Reasons

Hold Me Closer, Spanish Ballroom

Year-long renovation cost just over $4 million.

Hold Me Closer, Spanish Ballroom

Donnellan Receives Respite from Iraq

101st Airborne communications specialist granted medical leave after spider bite.

Donnellan Receives Respite from Iraq

Civic Calendar

Civic Calendar

Community Notes

Community Notes

Virginia To Begin Bridge Study in Fall

Report to be finished by spring of 2004.

Virginia To Begin Bridge Study in Fall

Asking for a Piece of the Pie

Committee finalizes CIP request.

Asking for a Piece of the Pie

One Horse Farm Goes, 34 Houses Arrive

Potomac icon, Hunt View Farms, to close by first of August.

One Horse Farm Goes, 34 Houses Arrive

This Week in Potomac

This Week in Potomac

Athletic Sons Rise for Hamdans

Athletic Sons Rise for Hamdans

Business Notes

Business Notes

Technology Aids Police

Technology Aids Police

Liver Transplant Fundraiser Gains Momentum

Liver Transplant Fundraiser Gains Momentum

Funky Music Sprouts In Parking Lot

Funky Music Sprouts In Parking Lot

Crime Report

Crime Report

Business Notes

Business Notes

Davis Visits Seniors at Greenspring Village

Davis Visits Seniors at Greenspring Village

Alcohol Suspected in Accident

Alcohol Suspected in Accident

Hyland Launches Campaign for Providence Supervisor

Hyland Launches Campaign for Providence Supervisor

Safety Recognized At Interstate Project

Safety Recognized At Interstate Project

Scouts Build Bamboo Windchime

Scouts Build Bamboo Windchime

Crime Report

Crime Report

Crime Report

Crime Report

Thursday, July 17

Purple Heart Stamp Has Local Origins

Collingwood vet loans medal for stamp image.

Purple Heart Stamp Has Local Origins

Purple Heart Stamp Has Local Origins

Collingwood vet loans medal for stamp image.

Purple Heart Stamp Has Local Origins

Wednesday, July 16

Herndon Woman Falls to Her Death

Police search for clues, calling death "suspicious."

Herndon Woman Falls to Her Death

Military Notes

Military Notes

Greg Saiidifar Earns Rank of Eagle Scout

Greg Saiidifar Earns Rank of Eagle Scout

School Notes

School Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Business Notes

Business Notes

Classes

Classes

Cappies Go National with Local Shows

Cappies Go National with Local Shows

Marine Mogollon Tells of His Time in Iraq

Marine Mogollon Tells of His Time in Iraq

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Westfield Students Mentor Bull Run Elem. Children

Westfield Students Mentor Bull Run Elem. Children

Man Bikes for His Father

For fifth time, Kevin Elwell rides to raise money for cancer research.

Man Bikes for His Father

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Cappies Go National with Local Shows

Cappies Go National with Local Shows

New Housing Awaits People With Disabilities

County suffers from severe shortage of accessible units.

New Housing Awaits People With Disabilities

College Notes

College Notes

No Break for McDonald's

WFCCA says no to McDonald's 4 a.m. opening.

No Break for McDonald's

'Peter Pan' Comes Alive

Westfield Summer Stage presents children's classic July 24-26.

'Peter Pan' Comes Alive

Catching Drunk Drivers

Police sobriety checkpoint yields seven DWI arrests.

Catching Drunk Drivers

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

School Notes

School Notes

Week in Burke

Week in Burke

This Week in Potomac

This Week in Potomac

Calendar

Calendar

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

College Notes

College Notes

Week in Springfield

Week in Springfield

Suh Charge to Grand Jury

Suh Charge to Grand Jury

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

College Notes

College Notes

Stepping Out in High Style

Old Dominion Cotillion hosts debutante ball at Westfields.

Stepping Out in High Style

School Notes

School Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Classes

Classes

Crime Log

Crime Log

College Notes

College Notes

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

School Notes

School Notes

Crime Log

Crime Log

Calendar

Calendar

Fleming Pleads Guilty to Indecent Liberties

Fleming Pleads Guilty to Indecent Liberties

Auditor: Cut Special Education

Report Raises More Questions Than Answers

Auditor: Cut Special Education

College Notes

College Notes

Military Notes

Military Notes

New Real Estate Agents Join Crowded Field

7,000 Virginians a year take the real estate exam, double five years ago.

New Real Estate Agents Join Crowded Field

Health Notes

Health Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Cappies Go National With Local Plays

Cappies Go National With Local Plays

Health Notes

Health Notes

Classes

Classes

Crime Log

Crime Log

Week in Fairfax Station

Week in Fairfax Station

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Roundups

Roundups

Crime Log

Crime Log

Classes

Classes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Oak Hill Teens Survive Accident with Drunk Driver

Oak Hill Teens Survive Accident with Drunk Driver

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Tuesday, July 15

Opposition Steps to Plate

Cafritz, stadium opponents take offensive in stadium fight.

Opposition Steps to Plate

Local Chef Uses Family Roots as an Inspiration

Local Chef Uses Family Roots as an Inspiration

SIA Camp Draws Students to Art

More than 300 students participate in summer program.

SIA Camp Draws Students to Art

Listening to the People

Second Public Hearing on growth brings divergent views.

Listening to the People

People Notes

People Notes

Loudoun Picks New Extension Agent

Childs keeps his focus on agriculture.

Loudoun Picks New Extension Agent

Cranes in McLean

Cranes in McLean

Schools

Schools

Charities Still Serving in Summer

Area charities find summer heat a challenge.

Charities Still Serving in Summer

Great Falls Decorator Charged

Bernard Rawlings of McLean Faces Eight Counts of Embezzlement

Great Falls Decorator Charged

Cappies Goes National

Cappies Goes National

McLean Orchestra Takes Music Outdoors

McLean Orchestra Takes Music Outdoors

Lower Funding Ratio = More All-Day K

Eight Schools To Get Full-Day Kindergarten

Lower Funding Ratio = More All-Day K

Crime Report

Crime Report

Council Affirms Support for Arts Center

Former member of advisory committee speaks out against recommendations; Hutchinson and Husch vote against resolution.

Council Affirms Support for Arts Center

Beams of Steel Require Nerves of Steel

Beams of Steel Require Nerves of Steel

Bailely: Playing It 'Rough' with Photography

Bailely: Playing It 'Rough' with Photography

Crime Report

Crime Report

Woman Falls to Death in Parking Garage

Police search for clues, calling death "suspicious."

Woman Falls to Death in Parking Garage

Freedom High School Follows Architectural Design

'Cookie-cutter' approach cuts architectural costs.

Freedom High School Follows Architectural Design

B. Clifton Reardon

B. Clifton Reardon

Board Approves 21 New Homes

Single family homes off Patriot Lane near Seven Locks and Tuckerman get planning board approval.

Board Approves 21 New Homes

Roundup

Roundup

Music Journey Back to WW II

Sterling Playmakers to Take Loudoun to 'South Pacific.'

Music Journey Back to WW II

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

National Animal Trainer Visits Shelter

Animal control staff learn behavioral lessons.

National Animal Trainer Visits Shelter

Civic Calendar

Civic Calendar

Community Notes

Community Notes

Two Home Invasions Not Related

Two Home Invasions Not Related

Lower Funding Ratio = More All-Day K

Lower Funding Ratio = More All-Day K

Towards Connecting the Dots

Towards Connecting the Dots

Beams of Steel Require Nerves of Steel

Beams of Steel Require Nerves of Steel

Potomac River Claims Man's Life

Potomac River Claims Man's Life

ARC Members Celebrate

ARC Members Celebrate

The Bigger They Are, the Harder They Fall

Grand American Ash lost to the ages.

The Bigger They Are, the Harder They Fall

Patient Representative Gets Axed At Inova Mount Vernon

Patient Representative Gets Axed At Inova Mount Vernon

McLean Orchestra Takes Music Outdoors at Meadowlark

McLean Orchestra Takes Music Outdoors at Meadowlark

Sunrise Goes Hawaiian

Residents and guests celebrate one-year anniversary.

Sunrise Goes Hawaiian

Vienna Hangout to Host Film Festival

The coffeehouse and music venue Jammin' Java creates film festival highlighting local talent.

Vienna Hangout to Host Film Festival

Jackson Assumes Principal Role At Bucknell

Principal Profile

Jackson Assumes Principal Role At Bucknell

Task Force Agrees to Disagree With Inova's Consultant

Task Force Agrees to Disagree With Inova's Consultant

Castro Withdraws Nomination for School Board

Storck may be looking for Democratic party nod.

Castro Withdraws Nomination for School Board

Crime Report

Crime Report

Two Home Invasions Not Related

Two Home Invasions Not Related

Slapsticon Hits the Screen

First annual festival at Rosslyn Spectrum honors rare, obscure classic comedy films.

Slapsticon Hits the Screen

HCTV

HCTV

Dacales Adds Bilingualism to Platform

Dacales Adds Bilingualism to Platform

New CEO Keynotes Local United Way's Meeting

Campaign chairman stirs optimism for new fund-raising year.

New CEO Keynotes Local United Way's Meeting

'Public Service A Noble Profession'

Claire Eberwein reflects on re-election loss; looks to future.

'Public Service A Noble Profession'

Would Stadium Share Space?

County studying possible $31 million savings of linking stadium, conference center.

Would Stadium Share Space?

City Celebrates 254th Birthday

Rain fails to dampen party on the river.

City Celebrates 254th Birthday

Terrorist Sentencing Sets Stage For Media Onslaught

Terrorist Sentencing Sets Stage For Media Onslaught

From Concrete and Steel to Green Wetlands

WW Bridge project gets environmentally preserved.

From Concrete and Steel to Green Wetlands

Measuring Customer Care

Local firm finds ways companies can better serve clients.

Measuring Customer Care

Business Notes

Business Notes

Camps and Schools 7-16-03

Camps and Schools 7-16-03

Chamber Honors Business Leaders

Vienna-Tysons Chamber of Commerce recognizes contributions to the community.

Chamber Honors Business Leaders

Schools

Schools

Sight Not An Issue In Car Ralleye

Sight Not An Issue In Car Ralleye

Sight Not An Issue in Car Ralleye

Sight Not An Issue in Car Ralleye

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Beams of Steel Require Nerves of Steel

Beams of Steel Require Nerves of Steel

Two Home Invasions Not Related

Two Home Invasions Not Related

Doing the Most with What's Left

New executive director of Senior Services has a vision.

Doing the Most with What's Left

Emergency Advice Follows in Path of Tornado

Emergency Advice Follows in Path of Tornado

Community Notes

Community Notes

Local Lawmakers Have Key Bills Signed

July 1 marked deadline for signing of bills in Richmond.

Local Lawmakers Have Key Bills Signed

Alabama Drive Project Lingers On

Project was to have wrapped up this week, could last until October.

Alabama Drive Project Lingers On

Potomac Native Enters Politics

College student meets many during her internship.

Potomac Native Enters Politics

From Dairy Cows To Burning Buildings — A Life In Evolution

City's new fire chief moves into office.

From Dairy Cows To Burning Buildings — A Life In Evolution

People Notes

People Notes

Program to Move to Wayside

Students with multiple disabilities will have the chance to be educated with their neighbors.

Program to Move to Wayside

4 Fires, 2 Miles, 2 Weekends

4 Fires, 2 Miles, 2 Weekends

Literacy Tutors Bring English to Adults

Literacy Tutors Bring English to Adults

Literacy Tutors Bring English to Adults

Literacy Tutors Bring English to Adults

Summer Fun, Summer Learning

Cora Kelly Center buzzing with activity.

Summer Fun, Summer Learning

One Woman's Long Road Trip

One Woman's Long Road Trip

Business Notes

Business Notes

West Nile Returns

West Nile Returns

Morven Park Project Uncovers History

Morven Park Project Uncovers History

Authority Shores Up Water Quality

Water system serves 130,000 people.

Authority Shores Up Water Quality

Education Notebook - 07/16/03

Education Notebook - 07/16/03

Grandsons Follow Their Roots Back Home

July 27 Concert in the Park Features Local Musicians

Grandsons Follow Their Roots Back Home

Thursday, July 10

Saxon Violence

Saxon Violence

Lake Accotink's Sedimental Journey

Lake Accotink's Sedimental Journey

Loud, Proud Sound of Superjoint Ritual

Loud, Proud Sound of Superjoint Ritual

Trash, Noise Cited as Reason for Pond Restrictions

Trash, Noise Cited as Reason for Pond Restrictions

Lake Accotink's Sedimental Journey

Lake Accotink's Sedimental Journey

Loud, Proud Sound of Superjoint Ritual

Loud, Proud Sound of Superjoint Ritual

Saxon Violence

Saxon Violence

Saxon Violence

Saxon Violence

Trash, Noise Cited as Reasons for Pond Restrictions

Trash, Noise Cited as Reasons for Pond Restrictions

Loud, Proud Sound of Superjoint Ritual

Loud, Proud Sound of Superjoint Ritual

Trash, Noise Cited as Reasons for Pond Restrictions

Trash, Noise Cited as Reasons for Pond Restrictions

Aldrin Elem. Gets A New Principal

Marty Marinoff Takes Over Position

Aldrin Elem. Gets A New Principal

Lake Accotink's Sedimental Journey

Lake Accotink's Sedimental Journey

Wednesday, July 9

College Notes

College Notes

Dunfee's Undersea Adventures

Dunfee's Undersea Adventures

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Malvo Trial Moves to Chesapeake

First trial in nearly 30 years to change venue.

Malvo Trial Moves to Chesapeake

Calendar

Calendar

Destination: Vermont

Destination: Vermont

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Bando: An Art of Kicking

Bando: An Art of Kicking

Classes

Classes

Calendar

Calendar

Classes

Classes

Calendar

Calendar

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Dunfee's Undersea Adventures

Dunfee's Undersea Adventures

Classes

Classes

Military Notes

Military Notes

Suh's Burglary Charge Goes to Grand Jury

Suh's Burglary Charge Goes to Grand Jury

Nine-Month Wait for 'No Parking' Signs

Nine-Month Wait for 'No Parking' Signs

Lean Times for Crabs

Despite decade of declining populations, crabs still prove popular this summer.

Lean Times for Crabs

Roundups

Roundups

Tucker Continues Down Musical Path

Centreville resident releases first CD.

Tucker Continues Down Musical Path

As a Parade Marches By

Fairfax City hosts Independence Day celebration.

As a Parade Marches By

Destination: Vermont

Destination: Vermont

Police Seek Evidence From Chantilly Man

Police Seek Evidence From Chantilly Man

Chantilly Woman Assaulted; Sterling Man Is Charged

Chantilly Woman Assaulted; Sterling Man Is Charged

Rash of Home Burglaries

Cesar Perez Pleads Guilty to Crimes

Rash of Home Burglaries

Jo Ann Krause Dies at Age 55

Jo Ann Krause Dies at Age 55

Family, Friends Mourn the Death of LRR Man

Family, Friends Mourn the Death of LRR Man

Chantilly Bible Church Holds Vacation Bible School

Chantilly Bible Church Holds Vacation Bible School

Business Notes

Business Notes

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Remaking Menokin

Foundation head makes case for repairing historic home.

Remaking Menokin

Lil' Motorcycle Mama

Shea Megale has magical motorcycle adventure.

Lil' Motorcycle Mama

Vehicle Vandalisms in Brookfield, Greenbriar

Vehicle Vandalisms in Brookfield, Greenbriar

B. Clifton Reardon

Obituary

B. Clifton Reardon

Tisara Captures Natural Light

Tisara Captures Natural Light

Chantilly Grads Perform in 'Grease'

Anne Kempton and Matt Bennett have starring roles.

Chantilly Grads Perform in 'Grease'

MetroStage Mounts Second Maltby/Shire Revue

MetroStage Mounts Second Maltby/Shire Revue

Reviving the Old Town

Neighbors want their theater back.

Reviving the Old Town

Alerted To Save A Life

Seniors, medical patients find peace of mind with program.

Alerted To Save A Life

Business Notes

Business Notes

Home Sales

Home Sales

School Notes

School Notes

Bando: An Art of Kicking

Bando: An Art of Kicking

Home Sales

Home Sales

Destination: Vermont

Destination: Vermont

Home Sales

Home Sales

College Notes

College Notes

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

School Notes

School Notes

Home Sales

Home Sales

Annual Fest Honors Blues Origin

Annual Fest Honors Blues Origin

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

More Juniors Pass Required SOLs Than Predicted

More Juniors Pass Required SOLs Than Predicted

Health Notes

Health Notes

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Crime Report

Crime Report

Home Sales

Home Sales

Got Verified Credits?

Got Verified Credits?

Home Sales

Home Sales

Health Notes

Health Notes

Crime Log

Crime Log

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Older Drivers Learn to Stay Safe

GrandDriver Teaches Seniors Independence

Older Drivers Learn to Stay Safe

Crime Log

Crime Log

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

School Notes

School Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Annual Fest Honors Blues Origin

Annual Fest Honors Blues Origin

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Crime Log

Crime Log

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Education Notebook - 07/09/03

Education Notebook - 07/09/03

College Notes

College Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Crime Log

Crime Log

Classes

Classes

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Calendar

Calendar

Ernestos' Auto Center Ablaze in Lights

Ernestos' Auto Center Ablaze in Lights

Destination: Vermont

Destination: Vermont

Lean Times for Crabs

Despite decade of declining populations, crabs still prove popular this summer.

Lean Times for Crabs

Reviving the Old Town

Neighbors want their theater back.

Reviving the Old Town

Capoeira Builds Student Bodies and Minds

Capoeira Builds Student Bodies and Minds

Dunfee's Undersea Adventures

Dunfee's Undersea Adventures

Business Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Tuesday, July 8

Paring Down Growth (Policy)

New Draft of the Growth Policy is down to 14 pages

Paring Down Growth (Policy)

Will Closing Records Make Buildings Safer?

New law puts them out of reach of public scrutiny.

Will Closing Records Make Buildings Safer?

Camps and Schools

Camps and Schools

Numbers Fall Just Short of Viability for County Parkout

Numbers Fall Just Short of Viability for County Parkout

Night Life

Night Life

Vienna Hosts Small-Town Independence Day

Vienna Hosts Small-Town Independence Day

Camps and Schools

Camps and Schools

Business

Business

Business

Business

Private Parkouts Celebrate Independence

Red, White and Blue Trucks Come to Great Falls July 5

Private Parkouts Celebrate Independence

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Night Life

Night Life

New Council Sworn In

New administration's era became official July 1.

New Council Sworn In

Police Charge Suspect in Officer-Involved Shooting

Police Charge Suspect in Officer-Involved Shooting

Planning Commission Delays Action on Day Laborer Site

Conversation to continue at its August 4 meeting.

Planning Commission Delays Action on Day Laborer Site

Wilkoff is New School Board Chair

School Board names Gwendolyn Lewis vice chair.

Wilkoff is New School Board Chair

Calendar

Calendar

Making Fairfax a Destination

Public/private initiative aims to draw more tourism to the area.

Making Fairfax a Destination

Sexual Assault Unfounded, Police Charge Woman

Sexual Assault Unfounded, Police Charge Woman

More Duke Street Development Begins

New Whole Foods market, condos getting underway on Duke Street.

More Duke Street Development Begins

Tucker Gets A New Principal

Tucker Gets A New Principal

City Bioterrorism Specialist Honored

City Bioterrorism Specialist Honored

Guiding the City Comes to an End

David Speck leaves Council with proud accomplishments.

Guiding the City Comes to an End

House Approves Moran Proposal for Inova Mount Vernon

House Approves Moran Proposal for Inova Mount Vernon

Faith

Faith

Mount Vernon Celebrates the Fourth of July

Mount Vernon Celebrates the Fourth of July

Four Mile Run Gets Funding

City, Arlington County sees a cleaner watershed ahead.

Four Mile Run Gets Funding

Groover Takes the Helm of Waynewood Elementary School

Groover Takes the Helm of Waynewood Elementary School

River Falls Splash for Independence Day

River Falls Splash for Independence Day

School Board Position Natural Transition for Storck

School Board Position Natural Transition for Storck

Concerns Drive Paul to Enter School Board Race

Concerns Drive Paul to Enter School Board Race

1,312 Run, Walk and Roll to Cure Autism

Cure Autism Now 5K

1,312 Run, Walk and Roll to Cure Autism

Calendar

Calendar

Making a List and Checking It Twice

Planning Commission starts considering what projects it would like to endorse.

Making a List and Checking It Twice

People 7-9-03

People 7-9-03

Dancers Come Out Swinging

Area swing dance group gets their groove on in Vienna.

Dancers Come Out Swinging

Faith

Faith

Night Life

Night Life

County Bars Smoking in Restaurants

The restaurant industry is expected to challenge the law in the courts.

County Bars Smoking in Restaurants

Festival Prepares Move to Town Center

Annual celebration of Reston set to kick-off on Saturday, July 12.

Festival Prepares Move to Town Center

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

Faith

Faith

Anderson Requests Better Communication

Anderson Requests Better Communication

Langley Grad Enjoys Life After Kidney Transplant

Langley Grad Enjoys Life After Kidney Transplant

Potomac Falls Celebrates

Potomac Falls Celebrates

'Controlled Burn' Conducted in Great Falls

'Controlled Burn' Conducted in Great Falls

Civic Calendar

Civic Calendar

This Week in Potomac

This Week in Potomac

Crime Report

Crime Report

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

Montessori School Still Breathing, but Barely

Planning Commission hearing on the school's proposed conditional-use permit is continued for another month.

Montessori School Still Breathing, but Barely

How to Register as a Speaker

How to Register as a Speaker

Zoning Decisions Come Before Summer Break

Zoning Decisions Come Before Summer Break

Tennis Battle Brews in Reston

Proposal to cover courts at Lake Newport irks neighbors.

Tennis Battle Brews in Reston

Business

Business

Camps and Schools

Camps and Schools

People Notes

People Notes

Burger King Drive-Thru Heads to Council

Planning Commission embraces latest plan to add drive-thru service and new street.

Burger King Drive-Thru Heads to Council

Husch Threatens Boycott of Meeting

Councilman criticized mayor's decision to have town hall-style meeting about day laborers at local church, site changed.

Husch Threatens Boycott of Meeting

Chamber Blasts Results of Governance Panel

Panel prepares to present final report.

Chamber Blasts Results of Governance Panel

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Community Notes

Community Notes

Micro-Blast Inflicts Macro-Damage

Micro-Blast Inflicts Macro-Damage

‘Molotov Cocktails’ at Wootton?

‘Molotov Cocktails’ at Wootton?

Rosemont Celebrates the Fourth of July

Rosemont Celebrates the Fourth of July

PDR Program May Get Update

Development program helps to preserve natural resources.

PDR Program May Get Update

Fortune Parc Wins Preliminary Approval

Mixed-use project abides by Master Plan.

Fortune Parc Wins Preliminary Approval

County Reigns in Horse Trail

Board approves equestrian trail funding.

County Reigns in Horse Trail

Being a 'Good Neighbor'

Agenda at Vienna Town Council's meeting tests town/county relationship.

Being a 'Good Neighbor'

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Monday, July 7

Development Goes International

World Cities Alliance gives international market to small, medium local businesses.

Development Goes International

Money to Boost Tourism

$1 million in federal funding to tout local “pursuit of happiness” on golf courses.

Money to Boost Tourism

Gearing Up for the Future

Marymount program with Arlington schools exposes teens to academic, career options.

Gearing Up for the Future

July 4th Celebrations Fill Arlington Skies

Neighborhoods, parks, country club spread Independence Day around county.

July 4th Celebrations Fill Arlington Skies

Will Protecting Records Keep Us Safe?

New law puts them out of reach of public scrutiny

Will Protecting Records Keep Us Safe?

Four Mile Run Set for Restoration

Arlington, Alexandria partnership looks to restore habitats lost to flood control.

Four Mile Run Set for Restoration

Roundup

Roundup

Wednesday, July 2

Celebrating the Fourth at Washington's Home

Celebrating the Fourth at Washington's Home

Boy Scout Earns Credits and Poor Clares Benefit

Boy Scout Earns Credits and Poor Clares Benefit

Mt. Vernon Celebrates the Fourth

Mt. Vernon Celebrates the Fourth

Amassing Menus

ACVA reception brings together meeting planners, chefs and musicians.

Amassing Menus

Amassing Menus

ACVA Reception brings together meeting planners, chefs and musicians.

Amassing Menus

Taking Family to the Theater

Aldersgate’s “Dolly” brings mothers, daughters and sons onstage together.

Taking Family to the Theater

Taking Family to the Theater

Aldersgate’s “Dolly” brings mothers, daughters and sons onstage together.

Taking Family to the Theater

Tuesday, July 1

Night Life

Night Life

Finalizing the Fourth

Town prepares for Independence Day celebration.

Finalizing the Fourth

Al Qaeda Suspects Jailed In City

Al Qaeda Suspects Jailed In City

Area Dries Up From The Rains

The dog days of summer take over the region.

Area Dries Up From The Rains

Moore Called to Serve

Independence Day grand marshal noted for his service to the Fairfax community.

Moore Called to Serve

Kings Crossing Still Alive

Kings Crossing Still Alive

Home Safe For The Fourth — One Family's Wish Comes True

Iraqi war veteran visits family, pays tribute to the fallen.

Home Safe For The Fourth — One Family's Wish Comes True

Home Safe For The Fourth — One Family's Wish Comes True

Iraqi war veteran visits family, pays tribute to the fallen.

Home Safe For The Fourth — One Family's Wish Comes True

Berg Tax Credits Awarded

Berg Tax Credits Awarded

Calendar

Calendar

Night Life

Night Life

Friends, Supporters Turn Out for Good Shepherd

Friends, Supporters Turn Out for Good Shepherd

Donley Looks Forward To Time Off

July 1 marks end of city politics for long-time mayor.

Donley Looks Forward To Time Off

Calendar

Calendar

Future of Girl Scout Camp in Question

Enforcement of rules at park hurting campers.

Future of Girl Scout Camp in Question

New School Board Seated

New School Board Seated

West Springfield Student Travels to Japan

West Springfield Student Travels to Japan

Calendar

Calendar

A Resident's Journey From Merrifield to Egypt

Local family helps Coptic community in Egypt.

A Resident's Journey From Merrifield to Egypt

Bowling, Baseball Bats and a Brawl

Crime Report

Bowling, Baseball Bats and a Brawl

Redecorating Television Style

Redecorating Television Style

Please Feed the Worms

Daniels Run Elementary students embrace environmental curriculum.

Please Feed the Worms

Alexandria Calling — Come In — Over

Field Day tests emergency situations.

Alexandria Calling — Come In — Over

Under the Sniper's Spell?

Under the Sniper's Spell?

Night Life

Night Life

Robber Hits First Union National Bank

Robber Hits First Union National Bank