Stories for June 2003

Stories for June 2003

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Monday, June 30

Mitchell Challenges Cuccinelli

Mitchell Challenges Cuccinelli

Military Notes

Military Notes

Crime Report

Crime Report

Business Notes

Business Notes

Crime Log

Crime Log

Plum Offers Own 'State of the State'

Reston delegate says Virginia needs massive tax restructuring to get its house in order.

Plum Offers Own 'State of the State'

Youth Club Coach Leaves Legacy

Youth Club Coach Leaves Legacy

Business Notes

Business Notes

Warm Weather Potholes Mar the Path

Warm Weather Potholes Mar the Path

Living Independently with Low Vision

Vision Devices Extend Careers

Living Independently with Low Vision

Crime Log

Crime Log

Appreciating Volunteers

Appreciating Volunteers

2003 Leaders Graduate

2003 Leaders Graduate

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Plans For Church Remain At Large

Plans For Church Remain At Large

Warm Weather Potholes Mar The Path

Warm Weather Potholes Mar The Path

Nursery School, Retail Project Approved

Nursery School, Retail Project Approved

Hulk Artist Shares Comic Career

Hulk Artist Shares Comic Career

Conservation Trust Creates New Park

Conservation Trust Creates New Park

Chantilly Man Is Charged With Rape

Chantilly Man Is Charged With Rape

Warm Weather Potholes Mar The Path

Warm Weather Potholes Mar The Path

Walking from Annapolis to D.C.

Sisters Helping Sisters in MS Charity Walk

Walking from Annapolis to D.C.

Wrinkle Competes in Ironman Triathlon

Also coaches Virginia Run Riptide swim team.

Wrinkle Competes in Ironman Triathlon

Alliance Theatre Presents 'Oliver!'

Children's Classic Is July 11-13 at Chantilly High School

Alliance Theatre Presents 'Oliver!'

Plans For Church Remain At Large

Plans For Church Remain At Large

Crime Log

Crime Log

Residents Wary of Lake Anne Safety

RA donates $1,000 for private security detail at Lake Anne.

Residents Wary of Lake Anne Safety

Mistrial Is Declared; Helem To Be Retried

Mistrial Is Declared; Helem To Be Retried

Community Notes

Community Notes

Nursery School, Retail Project is Approved

Nursery School, Retail Project is Approved

Galligan Challenges O'Brien in Senate Race

Galligan Challenges O'Brien in Senate Race

Mall's Wall To Come Down

Long-hidden strip mall looking to show its face.

Mall's Wall To Come Down

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Youth Club Coach Leaves Legacy

Youth Club Coach Leaves Legacy

Hulk Artist Shares Comic Career

Hulk Artist Shares Comic Career

Mitchell Challenges Cuccinelli

Mitchell Challenges Cuccinelli

Groups & Clubs

Groups & Clubs

HCTV

HCTV

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Fairfax Model Makes It Big in "Big Apple"

Fairfax Model Makes It Big in "Big Apple"

Gallingan Challenges O'Brien in Senate Race

Gallingan Challenges O'Brien in Senate Race

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Classes

Classes

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Refinanced Building Nets Schools $2 Million

Refinanced Building Nets Schools $2 Million

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

West Springfield Student Travels to Japan

West Springfield Student Travels to Japan

College Notes

College Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Time for a Change?

Work Session to Discuss Future of Student Rep

Time for a Change?

College Notes

College Notes

Those Who've Served

Those Who've Served

Education Notebook - 07/02/03

Education Notebook - 07/02/03

College Notes

College Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Galligan Challenges O'Brien in Senate Race

Galligan Challenges O'Brien in Senate Race

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Feeding Herndon's Diverse Appetites

Central and South American chicken restaurant to open first D.C.-area restaurant in Herndon.

Feeding Herndon's Diverse Appetites

From Herndon to Colombia with Love

Herndon Friends and Pedals for Progress team up for eighth annual bike drive.

From Herndon to Colombia with Love

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Finding His Father

Centreville man writes about father's ordeal in Japanese POW camp.

Finding His Father

Memorial Dedicated To Edwards Brothers

Centre Ridge Elementary honors brothers who were slain by father.

Memorial Dedicated To Edwards Brothers

Galligan Challenges O'Brien in Senate Race

Galligan Challenges O'Brien in Senate Race

Community Notes

Community Notes

Family Resource Center A Savior For Some

Family Resource Center A Savior For Some

Hulk Artist Shares Comic Career

Hulk Artist Shares Comic Career

18 Months Jail For Oak Hill Man

18 Months Jail For Oak Hill Man

Fourth Festivities Move to Bready Park

After 30 years at Herndon High, town to launch fireworks over downtown.

Fourth Festivities Move to Bready Park

Community Notes

Community Notes

Schools Adjust for Special Ed

Schools Adjust for Special Ed

Business Notes

Business Notes

Youth Club Coach Leaves Legacy

Youth Club Coach Leaves Legacy

Mitchell Challenges Cuccinelli

Mitchell Challenges Cuccinelli

Underwater Adventures

Virginia Run man hosts "Ocean Quest" TV series on scuba diving.

Underwater Adventures

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Roundups

Roundups

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Sunday, June 29

Held Up at Third

Public forum on indoor baseball complex draws large opposition crowd.

Held Up at Third

Arab-Americans Mobilize

Arab-Americans Mobilize

Civic Calendar

Civic Calendar

Firing Up for the Fourth

Barcroft, country club displays ready as fire marshals stress fireworks safety.

Firing Up for the Fourth

Racing in a Yellow Submarine

Carderock Naval facility hosts human-powered submarine races.

Racing in a Yellow Submarine

This Week in Potomac

This Week in Potomac

County Adopts Living Wage Ordinance

Contractors to pay workers close to $11 per hour, considered subsistence-level rate.

County Adopts Living Wage Ordinance

Dragging Science to TV

Dragonfly TV begins second season on WETA.

Dragging Science to TV

Camps and Schools 7-2-03

Camps and Schools 7-2-03

Is It Real, or Is It Astroturf?

Sports Commission narrows candidates for conversion from natural grass to synthetic.

Is It Real, or Is It Astroturf?

Potomac Marine Comes Home

Randy Hsia returns from Iraq war.

Potomac Marine Comes Home

Wednesday, June 25

Crime Log

Crime Log

Reston Interfaith Fears Cut in Food Money

Reston Interfaith Fears Cut in Food Money

Crime Log

Crime Log

RCC to Open Door to Businesses?

Governance review panel begins making specific changes.

RCC to Open Door to Businesses?

Crime Log

Crime Log

Crime Log

Crime Log

Howell to Hunt: Tear Down Those Signs

Flap over campaign signs triggers early start to long campaign season.

Howell to Hunt: Tear Down Those Signs

Cooper Parkout Close to Reality, Despite Glitches

Don't Trash the Parkout, Citizens Say

Cooper Parkout Close to Reality, Despite Glitches

Where To Find Butterflies

Where To Find Butterflies

Week in Springfield

Week in Springfield

Mayor Defends Center

Thoesen says it's too early to know final price tag.

Mayor Defends Center

Private School Proposed for Thelma's

Grades K-6 Would Focus on Episcopal Church Values

Private School Proposed for Thelma's

Military Notes

Military Notes

Week in Fairfax Station

Week in Fairfax Station

Week in Fairfax

Week in Fairfax

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

McDonald's Is Still Problem for WFCCA

McDonald's Is Still Problem for WFCCA

Supervisors Say 'Yes' To Neighborhood

Supervisors Say 'Yes' To Neighborhood

Business Notes

Business Notes

A Lesson in History

Rocky Run students learn about World War II first-hand.

A Lesson in History

More Room To Play Ball

Chantilly gets seven new indoor basketball courts.

More Room To Play Ball

Week in Burke

Week in Burke

Graduates Mark Achievements

Vienna's Kilmer Center honor three graduates during commencement ceremony.

Graduates Mark Achievements

Grand Jury Indicts Perez for Burglaries

Grand Jury Indicts Perez for Burglaries

Lacrosse Camp Benefits Triplets

Lacrosse Camp Benefits Triplets

Jay O'Brien Runs for Re-Election in 39th Senate

Jay O'Brien Runs for Re-Election in 39th Senate

Centreville High Graduates 425 Students

Centreville High Graduates 425 Students

Girl, 3, Drowns in Sully Station Pool

Girl, 3, Drowns in Sully Station Pool

Luck Stone Provides Assurances

Wants to enlarge its Loudoun quarry, which concerns residents of Fairfax Nat'l Estates.

Luck Stone Provides Assurances

Roundups

Roundups

Jury Still Deadlocked

No verdict yet in Charles Helem's murder trial.

Jury Still Deadlocked

Military Notes

Military Notes

Jury Still Deadlocked

No verdict yet in Charles Helem's murder trial.

Jury Still Deadlocked

Child Care Center Gets OK to Expand

Child Care Center Gets OK to Expand

Hollin Meadows Finishes With a Bang

Hollin Meadows Finishes With a Bang

Salsa Onstage, Salsa on a Plate

Chirilagua Festival offers a taste of Latin America.

Salsa Onstage, Salsa on a Plate

Card Craze

Everyone's lining up to play Yu-Gi-Oh!.

Card Craze

Waving No More

Waving No More

Hollin Meadows Finishes With a Bang

Hollin Meadows Finishes With a Bang

Card Craze

Everyone's lining up to play Yu-Gi-Oh!

Card Craze

Giving Liberty a Pass

ACVA encourages locals and visitors to take advantage of tourism programs

Giving Liberty a Pass

Salsa Onstage, Salsa on a Plate

Chirilagua Festival offers a taste of Latin America.

Salsa Onstage, Salsa on a Plate

People Notes

People Notes

Calendar

Calendar

End Note

End Note

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

People Notes

People Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Canine Volunteers Lend Helping Paw

Canine Volunteers Lend Helping Paw

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

School Notes

School Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Classes

Classes

College Notes

College Notes

Newington Forest Principal Retires

Newington Forest Principal Retires

School Notes

School Notes

Classes

Classes

College Notes

College Notes

Canine Volunteers Lend Helping Paw

Canine Volunteers Lend Helping Paw

Canine Volunteers Lend Helping Paw

Canine Volunteers Lend Helping Paw

Lacrosse Camp Benefits Triplets

Lacrosse Camp Benefits Triplets

Historic Photographs Donated To Library

Historic Photographs Donated To Library

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Man Charged with Identity Theft

Man Charged with Identity Theft

Howell to Hunt: Tear Down Those Signs

Flap over campaign signs triggers early start to long campaign season.

Howell to Hunt: Tear Down Those Signs

Traffic Concerns Hold Up Montessori

Application for conditional-use permit to be addressed next month.

Traffic Concerns Hold Up Montessori

Newington Forest Principal Retires

Newington Forest Principal Retires

Flap Over Signs Signals Start of Long Campaign Season

Howell to Hunt: Tear Down Those Signs

Flap Over Signs Signals Start of Long Campaign Season

Westfield High Graduates 525

Westfield High Graduates 525

Public Hearing Looms on Day Laborers

Planning Commission to get next crack at temporary site on July 7..

Public Hearing Looms on Day Laborers

Lacrosse Camp Benefits Triplets

Lacrosse Camp Benefits Triplets

Canine Volunteers Lend Helping Paw

Canine Volunteers Lend Helping Paw

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Wizards and Witches Take Story by Storm

New Harry Potter book creates frenzy in Old Town bookstore.

Wizards and Witches Take Story by Storm

Newington Forest Principal Retires

Newington Forest Principal Retires

Tuesday, June 24

Baseball Officials Visit Northern Virginia

Financing discussed during meetings with local baseball boosters.

Baseball Officials Visit Northern Virginia

Oakton Resident to Run for School Board

Phillip Niedzielski-Eichner becomes candidate for seat currently held by Providence District School Board member Ernestine Heastie.

Oakton Resident to Run for School Board

'Think Big'

Vienna's James Madison High School holds graduation ceremonies.

'Think Big'

Brad Center To Run For School Boård

Brad Center To Run For School Boård

David Taylor: Cleanup Progressing Rapidly

Navy expects to finish cleanup within the next year.

David Taylor: Cleanup Progressing Rapidly

Date Set for Blockhouse Point

Date Set for Blockhouse Point

Dancing for a Good Cause

Beverly Farms raises money for a hospital.

Dancing for a Good Cause

Curtain Falls on Play Festival This Weekend

One Acts Continue Through Saturday

Curtain Falls on Play Festival This Weekend

Civic Calendar

Civic Calendar

This Week in Potomac

This Week in Potomac

Fifty Years and Going Strong

Potomac landmark celebrates Golden Anniversary.

Fifty Years and Going Strong

Newman Loud and Clear at Wootton

After eight years, Wootton principal leaves mark of excellence.

Newman Loud and Clear at Wootton

Inova Mount Vernon Unveils State-of-the-Art Technology

New scanner makes diagnostics faster and more accurate.

Inova Mount Vernon Unveils State-of-the-Art Technology

Frustrations Boil Over

Town Meeting draws officials and citizens together.

Frustrations Boil Over

Crime Report

Crime Report

Finally ... Graduation

West Potomac's week of activities ends with diplomas in hand.

Finally ... Graduation

Much Too Wet

Rain delays play at Belle Haven Golf Course.

Much Too Wet

Baby Vernon James Doe Laid To Rest

Community shares grief over death of unknown newborn.

Baby Vernon James Doe Laid To Rest

Woodlawn Gets Deed

Woodlawn Gets Deed

Magical Mania Surrounds Book Release

Magical Mania Surrounds Book Release

Recycling Requirments Change

Recycling Requirments Change

Sheriff's Office Prepares for Full-Time Gang Unit

Sheriff's Office Prepares for Full-Time Gang Unit

Pottermania Returns

Bookstores open at midnight to accommodate the rush.

Pottermania Returns

Magical Mania Surrounds Book Release

Magical Mania Surrounds Book Release

Police Location Debate Continues

City Council intends to educate citizens on new developments.

Police Location Debate Continues

City Celebrates Independence Day

City Celebrates Independence Day

Baseball Officials Visit Northern Virginia

Financing discussed during meetings with local baseball boosters.

Baseball Officials Visit Northern Virginia

Following in Footsteps

Scion of the Luchs family closes commercial deals on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills.

Following in Footsteps

No Arrests After Police Staredown

Armed officers stop movers on Wilson Boulevard.

No Arrests After Police Staredown

Losing the Battle With Deer

Losing the Battle With Deer

Museum Focuses on Marshall

Exhibit shows George Marshall in war, at home.

Museum Focuses on Marshall

This Fishbowl Offers Market Exposure

Company markets customer loyalty for restaurants.

This Fishbowl Offers Market Exposure

Shag Club Dances For Charity

Shag Club Dances For Charity

Eyes on the Future

W. T. Woodson High School graduates Class of 2003.

Eyes on the Future

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Moving On

Commencement ceremonies for Yorktown, Wakefield, W-L honor class of 2003.

Moving On

'Quiet Giant' Retires

'Quiet Giant' Retires

Kittie Drives Sound Home at Jaxx

Kittie Drives Sound Home at Jaxx

Campagna Kids Program Gets Allocation

New teen center plan in Arlandria being considered.

Campagna Kids Program Gets Allocation

Curtain Falls on Play Festival This Weekend

One Acts Continue Through Saturday

Curtain Falls on Play Festival This Weekend

Shag Club Dances For Charity

Shag Club Dances For Charity

New Unit Already Increasing Survival Rate of Patients

New Unit Already Increasing Survival Rate of Patients

A Historic Graduation

Commonwealth Academy's first class receives diplomas.

A Historic Graduation

New E911 System Enhances Assistance

New technology in place in city.

New E911 System Enhances Assistance

School's Out, Teachers Rejoice

School's Out, Teachers Rejoice

Voters Rejected Far Right Move In GOP Primary

McConnell will head to sixth term on Board.

Voters Rejected Far Right Move In GOP Primary

Inn's Pool Perfect Spot

Ducks go for a swim, then relocate.

Inn's Pool Perfect Spot

A Grand Send-Off

Democrats pay tribute to Mayor Donley, Councilman Speck.

A Grand Send-Off

These Medics Make Water Calls

Water rescues emphasized through regular training.

These Medics Make Water Calls

No More Matrix Defense

Joshua Cooke, 19, cancels Matrix Defense, pleads guilty to the murder of his parents.

No More Matrix Defense

Heading for Home Stretch

Less than a month before Expos decision, local supporters and opponents get ready.

Heading for Home Stretch

Roundup

Roundup

HCTV

HCTV

At the Movies

At the Movies

Night Life

Night Life

Voters Rejected Far Right Move In GOP Primary

McConnell will head to sixth term on Board.

Voters Rejected Far Right Move In GOP Primary

At the Library

At the Library

Calendar

Calendar

Picking Up The Pieces After a Fire

Picking Up The Pieces After a Fire

Night Life

Night Life

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith

Faith

Technology Offers Second Look at Cancer Detection

Technology Offers Second Look at Cancer Detection

Tour de Friends Crosses Finish Line

Nearly 1,000 riders come through Arlington to support AIDS charities.

Tour de Friends Crosses Finish Line

School's Out, Teachers Rejoice

School's Out, Teachers Rejoice

Camps and Schools 6-25-03

Camps and Schools 6-25-03

Teachers Named NASA Educator Fellows

Buzz Aldrin Elementary teachers to teach educators solar system sciences.

Teachers Named NASA Educator Fellows

County Hosts First Small-Business Fair

Fair connects entrepreneurs with county, federal services.

County Hosts First Small-Business Fair

Handbook Guides Parents Through School System

Handbook Guides Parents Through School System

Morrissette To Head Bond Committee

Committee Advocates on Behalf of Referendum

Morrissette To Head Bond Committee

Who Gets Money?

Who Gets Money?

Education Notebook - 06/25/03

Education Notebook - 06/25/03

No More Matrix Defense

Joshua Cooke, 19, cancels Matrix Defense, pleads guilty to the murder of his parents.

No More Matrix Defense

No More Matrix Defense for Cooke

Joshua Cooke cancels Matrix defense, pleads guilty to murder of his parents.

No More Matrix Defense for Cooke

Shag Club Dances For Charity

Shag Club Dances For Charity

Alice Helm, 75, Attorney

Obituary

Alice Helm, 75, Attorney

Library Honors Volunteers

Library Honors Volunteers

Mount Vernon Grads Have Cause For Celebration

Mount Vernon Grads Have Cause For Celebration

Kittie Drives Sound Home at Jaxx

Kittie Drives Sound Home at Jaxx

Community Notes

Community Notes

Community Notes

Community Notes

School's Out, Teachers Rejoice

School's Out, Teachers Rejoice

Foundation Seeks 'To Touch a Life'

Fairfax man creates foundation to keep wife's spirit alive.

Foundation Seeks 'To Touch a Life'

Kittie Drives Sound Home At Jaxx

Kittie Drives Sound Home At Jaxx

Magical Mania Surrounds Book Release

Magical Mania Surrounds Book Release

Water Damage Being Assessed

Flooding was the result of a combination of things.

Water Damage Being Assessed

Night Life

Night Life

Calendar

Calendar

Monday, June 23

Hershkowitz Dispels Myth about Seniors

Hershkowitz Dispels Myth about Seniors

Hershkowitz Dispels Myth about Seniors

Hershkowitz Dispels Myth about Seniors

Wednesday, June 18

Vienna's Marathon Man

Eighty-year-old Vienna man breaks two marathon records.

Vienna's Marathon Man

Crime Report

Crime Report

Baseball in Fairfax? You're Out

Kauffman's resolution opposes stadium at EPG site.

Baseball in Fairfax? You're Out

Crime

Crime

Crime

Crime

Louise Archer's Renaissance Woman Retires

G/T program teacher retires after 37 years, 21 of them at Louise Archer.

Louise Archer's Renaissance Woman Retires

Crime Report

Crime Report

Crime Report

Crime Report

Madison Celebrates Diversity

Students, faculty and their guests enjoy food and dance from around the world at James Madison High School's International Night.

Madison Celebrates Diversity

Two Separate Ballot Questions

Two Separate Ballot Questions

Planning Commission Votes on Windover Heights

Commission rejects five requests by three Vienna homeowners to adjust historic district boundaries.

Planning Commission Votes on Windover Heights

Vienna Gets New 'Grand Old Flag'

Vienna Gets New 'Grand Old Flag'

Housing Trust?

County pursues study of affordable housing.

Housing Trust?

Bank Moves Headquarters to City

Potomac Bank of Virginia Set to Open Mid-July

Bank Moves Headquarters to City

Principals Coming, Going

Oak View Elementary mourns the departure of outgoing principal but welcomes the incoming one.

Principals Coming, Going

Sikkelee Leaves CUMC

After 43 years in ministry, it's time to retire.

Sikkelee Leaves CUMC

Concorde Donated to Air and Space Annex

Concorde Donated to Air and Space Annex

Wayne Nickum Is Honored

County declares June 15 his day

Wayne Nickum Is Honored

Suspect Stands Trial for Chantilly Murder

Suspect Stands Trial for Chantilly Murder

Andrews Declares Candidacy at Meeting

Andrews Declares Candidacy at Meeting

Raising Funds at Home

Raising Funds at Home

Taking a Slice Out of Duke

Taking a Slice Out of Duke

Primary Firms Up Democrats Slate

Ebbin, Tejada, Ferguson and Morroy win Democratic slots.

Primary Firms Up Democrats Slate

Sully District Gov. Center Is Dedicated

First new police district built in 27 years

Sully District Gov. Center Is Dedicated

Local Residents Start 'The Brain Foundation'

Local Residents Start 'The Brain Foundation'

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Roundup

Roundup

Sikkelee Leaves CUMC

After 43 years in ministry, it's time to retire.

Sikkelee Leaves CUMC

Camps Ignite History Lessons

Loudoun Museum offers summer camps.

Camps Ignite History Lessons

Protecting Wildlife Habitats

Protecting Wildlife Habitats

Roundups

Roundups

Potomac Falls' Graduation

Potomac Falls' Graduation

'Midnight Masquerade’

'Midnight Masquerade’

Ongoing

Ongoing

Renovations End at Lloyd House

Historic Alexandria marks end of work at former Lee family home.

Renovations End at Lloyd House

Perfect Setting to View Summer Fashions

Perfect Setting to View Summer Fashions

County OKs Swanson Wing

Controversy surrounding addition could change approval process for future projects.

County OKs Swanson Wing

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Ongoing Calendar

Making Murder Amusing

Making Murder Amusing

Fronting the Festival

Red Cross fundraiser brings pirates back to Alexandria’ waterfront.

Fronting the Festival

Taking a Slice out of Duke

Taking a Slice out of Duke

Calendar

Calendar

Coordinated Health Program Pilot

Holistic Approach to Meet Students' Needs

Coordinated Health Program Pilot

Mount Vernon High School Prom

Mount Vernon High School Prom

Faith

Faith

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith

Faith

Team Meets Ultimate Success

Yorktown, H-B Woodlawn students take sports club all the way to nationals.

Team Meets Ultimate Success

School Notes

School Notes

Faith

Faith

Chantilly Pyramid Minority Student Achievement Committee Awards

Chantilly Pyramid Minority Student Achievement Committee Awards

School Notes

School Notes

Camps and Schools

Camps and Schools

Faith

Faith

Lacrosse Camp to Benefit Fatherless Triplets

Lacrosse Camp to Benefit Fatherless Triplets

High School Ends, Future Awaits

Fairfax High School conducts its 2003 Commencement on Tuesday.

High School Ends, Future Awaits

Camps and Schools

Camps and Schools

Tate Also Bids Farewell to Church

Tate Also Bids Farewell to Church

Chantilly High Graduates 572 Students

Chantilly High Graduates 572 Students

Town Approves Church Expansion

Vienna Presbyterian Church is set to expand, although questions on classroom space and parking remain

Town Approves Church Expansion

Raising Funds at Home

Raising Funds at Home

Fitness Center Helps Shape Healthy Habits

Cooper Middle School emphasizes strength training

Fitness Center Helps Shape Healthy Habits

Tysons Growth Spurt Approved

Tysons Growth Spurt Approved

Merton Tells Class of '03 to 'Thank Your Teachers'

Merton Tells Class of '03 to 'Thank Your Teachers'

Broad Run's Graduation

Broad Run's Graduation

Crime Rate Second-Lowest in 20 Years

Violent crimes show slight increase as overall crime rate dips.

Crime Rate Second-Lowest in 20 Years

Calendar

Calendar

School Notes

School Notes

Camps and Schools

Camps and Schools

Tuesday, June 17

This Week in Potomac

This Week in Potomac

Delegate Digs Into Pockets For Students

Delegate Digs Into Pockets For Students

Keeping Reston's Water Clean

Latest incident has RA on its guard.

Keeping Reston's Water Clean

Looking at Growth without the Rose-Colored Glasses

Under this plan, development could become a zero-sum game.

Looking at Growth without the Rose-Colored Glasses

Area Musician Honored

Potomac resident wins Arts Council grant.

Area Musician Honored

Civic Calendar

Civic Calendar

Man Convicted of Murder

Man Convicted of Murder

Rock for the Cure

Potomac resident organizes leukemia benefit concert.

Rock for the Cure

People

People

Capital Improvements Could Be Coming

Several Potomac projects in the running.

Capital Improvements Could Be Coming

Business Notes

Business Notes

Services Scheduled For 'Baby Doe'

Services Scheduled For 'Baby Doe'

Dreams Come True

100 new citizens sworn in at Mount Vernon on Flag Day.

Dreams Come True

Law Enforcement Officials Light Up the Lives of Olympians

Fund-raiser garners support for Special Olympics.

Law Enforcement Officials Light Up the Lives of Olympians

Superhero Films Bolster Area Comic Shops

A recent surge in comic-book movies has helped sales at two local comic-book shops.

Superhero Films Bolster Area Comic Shops

Moran's Hospital Plan on Life Support?

Time ticking on joint Inova/DeWitt patient-sharing idea.

Moran's Hospital Plan on Life Support?

Lake Braddock Teen's Enthusiasm Remembered

Lake Braddock Teen's Enthusiasm Remembered

Supervisor, Police and Fire Together Again

Supervisor, Police and Fire Together Again

Community Notes

Community Notes

Margaret Ann Liston Ford Eister, 76

Margaret Ann Liston Ford Eister, 76

Electrical Malfunctions Cause Many Fires

Electrical Malfunctions Cause Many Fires

Week in Vienna

Week in Vienna

People Notes

People Notes

Expansion Begins at Madeira

Expansion Begins at Madeira

Business Notes

Business Notes

News Briefs

News Briefs

Electricity Malfunctions Cause Many Fires

Electricity Malfunctions Cause Many Fires

Supervisor, Police and Fire Together Again

Supervisor, Police and Fire Together Again

Professionals Fight Fire, Terror

Professionals Fight Fire, Terror

Lake Braddock Teen's Enthusiasm Remembered

Lake Braddock Teen's Enthusiasm Remembered

Lake Braddock Class of 2003

Lake Braddock Class of 2003

Despite Storm, Arts Center Moves Ahead

With CIP vote behind it, the proposed downtown cultural arts center charts its course while former councilman Tirrell plots his.

Despite Storm, Arts Center Moves Ahead

School Salary Structure Scrutinized

Superintendent's proposal raises eyebrows.

School Salary Structure Scrutinized

Girl Scouts' Patriotism Recognized

Girl Scouts' Patriotism Recognized

RCC Cuts Back its Budget Proposal

With the economy in a slump, RCC adjusts.

RCC Cuts Back its Budget Proposal

Scholarships Handed Out To T.C. Graduates

Scholarship Fund continues investment in student's future.

Scholarships Handed Out To T.C. Graduates

Skateboard Park Groundbreaking Held

City's first park for skateboarders will open in July.

Skateboard Park Groundbreaking Held

Onward and Upward

T.C. hails latest class of graduates.

Onward and Upward

News Briefs

News Briefs

State Senate: Howell Readies for Hunt

Pointing to experience, Howell seeks another term.

State Senate: Howell Readies for Hunt

Church Reaches 30-Year Milestone

One church and four denominations celebrate three decades of ecumenical partnership.

Church Reaches 30-Year Milestone

Community Notes

Community Notes

Supervisor, Police and Fire Together Again

Supervisor, Police and Fire Together Again

Night Life

Night Life

Night Life

Night Life

Calendar

Calendar

HCTV

HCTV

Lake Braddock Class of 2003

Lake Braddock Class of 2003

Calendar

Calendar

Electrical Malfunctions Cause Many Fires

Electrical Malfunctions Cause Many Fires

Groups & Clubs

Groups & Clubs

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Aldridge Supports Excellence at Dogwood

Aldridge Supports Excellence at Dogwood

Education Notebook - 06/18/03

Education Notebook - 06/18/03

Pohick Creek Gets a Cleaning

Pohick Creek Gets a Cleaning

Professionals Fight Fire, Terror

Professionals Fight Fire, Terror

Night Life

Night Life

Professionals Fight Fire, Terror

Professionals Fight Fire, Terror

Taking The Extra Step

Potomac Elementary students put lessons about social action into practice.

Taking The Extra Step

Smoking Ban Is Near Certainty

How long will it be in the courts?

Smoking Ban Is Near Certainty

Old Solution To An Ongoing Problem

Old Solution To An Ongoing Problem

Quick Thinking and a Cool Head

Mount Vernon officer gets credit for defusing potential threat.

Quick Thinking and a Cool Head

Council: No Gas At B.J.'s

Overturns Planning Commission decision.

Council: No Gas At B.J.'s

Lake Braddock Teen's Enthusiasm Remembered

Lake Braddock Teen's Enthusiasm Remembered

Journalist Writes of Encounters with Stars

McLean business publishes Edwin Howard's book ‘Seeing Stars.’

Journalist Writes of Encounters with Stars

State Senate: Howell Readies for Hunt

Pointing to experience, Howell seeks another term.

State Senate: Howell Readies for Hunt

Awards Honor Excellence in Aging

Pera, Sills Recognized for Their Services

Awards Honor Excellence in Aging

Camps and Schools 6-18-03

Camps and Schools 6-18-03

Thursday, June 12

Week in Springfield

Week in Springfield

Robinson Gains New Principal

Robinson Gains New Principal

Idea of Defense Monument Takes Shape

Idea of Defense Monument Takes Shape

Robinson Gains New Principal

Robinson Gains New Principal

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Law vs. Preservation of Watershed

Church Can Legally Build There, But Should It?

Law vs. Preservation of Watershed

Police Seek Flasher in the Area

Police Seek Flasher in the Area

Sikkelee and Tate to Leave CUMC

Sikkelee and Tate to Leave CUMC

Week in Burke

Week in Burke

Strauss Will Run Again for Board

Strauss Will Run Again for Board

Robinson Gains New Principal

Robinson Gains New Principal

Strauss Will Run Again for School Board

Strauss Will Run Again for School Board

Galligan Challenges O'Brien for 39th Senate District

Galligan Challenges O'Brien for 39th Senate District

Roundups

Roundups

Westfield, Chantilly and Centreville Win Cappies

Westfield, Chantilly and Centreville Win Cappies

Playwright Presents 'Emily and I'

Playwright Presents 'Emily and I'

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Playwright Presents 'Emily and I'

Playwright Presents 'Emily and I'

Obesity on Rise in State

Adults, Children Affected by Being Overweight

Obesity on Rise in State

Locals Win Cappies

Locals Win Cappies

Robinson Grabs 5 Cappies

Robinson Grabs 5 Cappies

'Chicago' Named Best Musical

'Chicago' Named Best Musical

Robinson Grabs 5 Cappies

Robinson Grabs 5 Cappies

Robinson Grabs 5 Cappies

Robinson Grabs 5 Cappies

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Education Notebook - 06/11/03

Education Notebook - 06/11/03

School Board Race Set

School Board Race Set

Local Software Engineer Aids Bulgarian Company

Local Software Engineer Aids Bulgarian Company

McConnell Wins Primary

Springfield District Supervisor Fends Off Two Challengers

McConnell Wins Primary

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

1,200 Volunteer at Capital Open

1,200 Volunteer at Capital Open

Brisk Business at Church Food Pantry

Number of Families at Food Pantry Growing

Brisk Business at Church Food Pantry

Herndon Mom Wins Makeover

Herndon Mom Wins Makeover

Fire Leaves Families in Limbo

Fire Leaves Families in Limbo

Meier Leaving Rocky Run for Robinson

Meier Leaving Rocky Run for Robinson

Locals Riding in Tour De Friends

Locals Riding in Tour De Friends

Jeff Parnes is Sully's Lord Fairfax

Jeff Parnes is Sully's Lord Fairfax

Ubervox Helps Female Musicians

Ubervox Helps Female Musicians

Locals Win Cappies

Locals Win Cappies

School Notes

School Notes

Wednesday, June 11

Business Notes

Business Notes

Hargreaves Takes Local Society Global

Hargreaves Takes Local Society Global

People

People

Crime Log

Crime Log

Crime Report

Crime Report

Watching, Listening, Learning

Watching, Listening, Learning

Military Notes

Military Notes

Sultana Sails with Students

Sultana Sails with Students

Crime Log

Crime Log

Sewing Club Seeks New Members

Sewing Club Seeks New Members

Taking a Trip to Java

Taking a Trip to Java

Finding a New Home for Faith

Finding a New Home for Faith

Crime Log

Crime Log

Obesity on the Rise in State

Obesity on the Rise in State

Crime Log

Crime Log

People Notes

People Notes

Cale Named 'Lord Fairfax'

Cale Named 'Lord Fairfax'

It's Done

After several hearings, CIP passes quietly.

It's Done

Current County Vacancies

Current County Vacancies

Business Notes

Business Notes

Military Notes

Military Notes

Family, Friends Remember Kimberly Roe

Only 16, Oak Hill girl succumbs to battle with cancer.

Family, Friends Remember Kimberly Roe

Frattali to Lead Rachel Carson

After five years as an assistant principal at Rachel Carson, Frattali prepares to take the reins.

Frattali to Lead Rachel Carson

LionsGate Fire Suspect Sought

After nearly three years, suspect in fire named nine months after being deported.

LionsGate Fire Suspect Sought

Week in Fairfax Station

Week in Fairfax Station

City to Offer DMV Services

Residents will have access to limited services at City Hall.

City to Offer DMV Services

Paul VI Graduates Class of 2003

Paul VI Graduates Class of 2003

Military Notes

Military Notes

Military Notes

Military Notes

From Vienna to the PGA

Vienna resident makes professional golf debut at Capital Open last weekend.

From Vienna to the PGA

Developer Adds to South Arlington Plans

KSI files request for extra space on South Arlington lot under consideration for possible convention center, stadium.

Developer Adds to South Arlington Plans

Proposal Stirs Up Lake Newport

Neighbors are upset at plans to build commercial structure on site of vacant visitor's center.

Proposal Stirs Up Lake Newport

Week in Fairfax

Week in Fairfax

Business Notes

Business Notes

Rail to Dulles: Taking One Step at a Time

Hunter Mill residents seek status of Dulles rail project; officials stress patience.

Rail to Dulles: Taking One Step at a Time

Rail to Dulles: Taking One Step at a Time

Hunter Mill residents seek status of Dulles rail project; officials stress patience.

Rail to Dulles: Taking One Step at a Time

Watching, Listening, Learning

Watching, Listening, Learning

Summerville Begins Board Race

County Board candidate turns stadium fight into campaign issue.

Summerville Begins Board Race

Obesity on the Rise in State

Obesity on the Rise in State

Board OKs After-School Art

Board investigates middle school arts classes, saves $40,000 rejecting board room renovations.

Board OKs After-School Art

Romania Shares Culture and Talent

Romania Shares Culture and Talent

Clarendon in the Works

Design process, task force reevaluate Sector Plan for first update since 1990.

Clarendon in the Works

Recognizing Affordable Housing

Financing, renovations, neighborhood involvement help bring four housing awards to Arlington.

Recognizing Affordable Housing

Finding a New Home for Faith

Finding a New Home for Faith

Sultana Sails with Students

Sultana Sails with Students

Community Notes

Community Notes

Classes

Classes

HCTV

HCTV

Calendar

Calendar

Classes

Classes

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Marsh's Dedication Earns Recognition

Marsh's Dedication Earns Recognition

Groups & Clubs

Groups & Clubs

At Park View High

At Park View High

Making His Marks

Making His Marks

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Riding to Remember Family, Friends

Riding to Remember Family, Friends

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

College Notes

College Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Marsh's Dedication Earns Recognition

Marsh's Dedication Earns Recognition

Marsh's Dedication Earns Recognition

Marsh's Dedication Earns Recognition

College Notes

College Notes

Ocean Visits Garfield

Ocean Visits Garfield

Fairfax Students Enjoy Junior-Senior Prom

Fairfax Students Enjoy Junior-Senior Prom

Riding to Remember Family, Friends

Riding to Remember Family, Friends

Riding to Remember Family, Friends

Riding to Remember Family, Friends

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Calendar

Calendar

At South Lakes High

At South Lakes High

Night Life

Night Life

Crime Report

Crime Report

Romania Shares Culture and Talent

Romania Shares Culture and Talent

From Vienna to the PGA

Vienna resident makes professional golf debut at Capital Open last weekend.

From Vienna to the PGA

Sewing Club Seeks New Members

Sewing Club Seeks New Members

Health Scare Hits Hyatt Dulles

The "cruise ship virus" strikes Herndon hotel, reopened Tuesday.

Health Scare Hits Hyatt Dulles

From Vienna to the PGA

Vienna resident makes professional golf debut at Capital Open last weekend.

From Vienna to the PGA

Police Station Site Debated

Public offers feedback on whether city police station should stay at John C. Wood Center.

Police Station Site Debated

Night Life

Night Life

Taking a Trip to Java

Taking a Trip to Java

Community Notes

Community Notes

Night Life

Night Life

Calendar

Calendar

Tuesday, June 10

McConnell Emerges Victorious After Heated Campaign

McConnell Emerges Victorious After Heated Campaign

Police Unit Investigates Bias Crimes

Police Unit Investigates Bias Crimes

Time, Place Make Farmer's Market Work

Time, Place Make Farmer's Market Work

Road Construction to Begin at Falls and Tuckerman

Traffic engineers say repair of light sensor will solve backup.

Road Construction to Begin at Falls and Tuckerman

This Week in Potomac

This Week in Potomac

Living On The Course

Avenel residents enjoy the tournament.

Living On The Course

Stop Jogging

SHA to renovate Falls Road by the end of the year.

Stop Jogging

Churchill's Academy Finishes First Year

Churchill's Academy Finishes First Year

McLean Celebrates First Graduating Class

McLean Celebrates First Graduating Class

New Hope for Homeless Through Kiwanis

New Hope for Homeless Through Kiwanis

Task Force Opts for Secrecy

Task Force Opts for Secrecy

Kennedy Declared Victor

Defeats Kobus in mini Republican primary.

Kennedy Declared Victor

St. Raymonds of Penafort Finds a New Home

St. Raymonds of Penafort Finds a New Home

Service, Education, Adventure

Rotary packs parachutes.

Service, Education, Adventure

Vienna Volunteers Celebrate 100 Years

Firefighters acknowledge a century of service.

Vienna Volunteers Celebrate 100 Years

Operation Match Helps People Share Their Homes

County program connects residents with roommates.

Operation Match Helps People Share Their Homes

Community Policing Opens in Sterling Park

New office brings officers and public closer together.

Community Policing Opens in Sterling Park

Devolites Wins Big Over Zone

Voter burnout could have kept result low, says Zone.

Devolites Wins Big Over Zone

Community Remembers Jim

Neighbors name park after their late friend.

Community Remembers Jim

Father's Letters Become Book

Ashburn man shares thoughts with young sons.

Father's Letters Become Book

Summit Identifies Youth Sports Needs

Summit Identifies Youth Sports Needs

McConnell Emerges Victorious After Heated Campaign

McConnell Emerges Victorious After Heated Campaign

Longtime Flint Hill Teacher Retires

Current and former students and parents to honor Ginnie Sullivan with June reception.

Longtime Flint Hill Teacher Retires

Devolites Wins Big Over Zone

Voter burnout could have kept result low, says Zone.

Devolites Wins Big Over Zone

'A Night in Paris'

'A Night in Paris'

Police Unit Investigates Bias Crimes

Police Unit Investigates Bias Crimes

Police Unit Investigates Bias Crimes

Police Unit Investigates Bias Crimes

Band Director Pursues PGA Dream

Band Director Pursues PGA Dream

Financial Nutrition Delivered

Harris Teeter steps up to the plate in the name of hunger.

Financial Nutrition Delivered

Bands Bond For Suicide Prevention

Bands Bond For Suicide Prevention

Practice, Practice, Practice

Technical Rescue Teams prepare constantly.

Practice, Practice, Practice

109 Seniors Graduate

St. Stephen's & St. Agnes hold commencement exercises.

109 Seniors Graduate

No New Leads On Body

Baby found in pond at Mount Vernon Country Club.

No New Leads On Body

McConnell Emerges Victorious After Heated Campaign

McConnell Emerges Victorious After Heated Campaign

Foster Home, Safe Haven Supported By Council

Closing of ARCH facility prompts action.

Foster Home, Safe Haven Supported By Council

Hotel/Conference Center Approved for Carlyle

Hotel/Conference Center Approved for Carlyle

New Elementary Education Program Director Named

Cathy David leaving Tucker for central office position.

New Elementary Education Program Director Named

Darkness Falls on Old Town Theater Again

Future uncertain for refurbished landmark.

Darkness Falls on Old Town Theater Again

Students Create View into New School

Stained glass panel produced for Dominion High School.

Students Create View into New School

Primer Takes Charge

New Child Protective Services chief now in place.

Primer Takes Charge

Sisters Join Peace Corps

Devescovi daughters leave for West Africa and Madagascar.

Sisters Join Peace Corps

Housing Affects Recruitment

EDC nails work force housing issue.

Housing Affects Recruitment

St. Raymonds of Penafort Finds a New Home

St. Raymonds of Penafort Finds a New Home

Camps and Schools 6-11-03

Camps and Schools 6-11-03

Historic Vienna Looks to Future

Five-year plan attempts for streamlined historic preservation and outreach.

Historic Vienna Looks to Future

Moving Toward Build-out

Planning Commission looks at Annual Growth policy with eye to the endgame.

Moving Toward Build-out

Civic Calendar

Civic Calendar

Bands Bond For Suicide Prevention

Bands Bond For Suicide Prevention

St. Raymonds of Penafort Finds a Home

St. Raymonds of Penafort Finds a Home

It's Ebbin

Alexandrian outpolls four opponents in 49th District.

It's Ebbin

Thursday, June 5

Purple Heart Stamp Has Local Origins

Collingwood vet loans medal for stamp image.

Purple Heart Stamp Has Local Origins

Memorable Prom For All

Despite bomb scare, West Potomac parties hardy.

Memorable Prom For All

MVO Premieres Concerto

Season finale also features Bach, Barber and Elgar.

MVO Premieres Concerto

Chef Takes Stock of Market

Farmers market tours start up with visit from Majestic’s Lindeborg.

Chef Takes Stock of Market

Covering the Waterfront

Three-day festival brings pirates back to Oronoco Bay Park.

Covering the Waterfront

Wednesday, June 4

Crime Log

Crime Log

Crime Log

Crime Log

Week in Springfield

Week in Springfield

Foundation Honors Six Seniors

SLHS Counselor Named Outstanding Educator

Foundation Honors Six Seniors

New Waterwheel Dedicated at Colvin Run Mill Historic Site

New Waterwheel Dedicated at Colvin Run Mill Historic Site

$7.5 Million Commute

County gets on board with bus ownership.

$7.5 Million Commute

Crime Log

Crime Log

Week in Fairfax Station

Week in Fairfax Station

Week in Fairfax

News Briefs

Week in Fairfax

St. Timothy Breaks Ground

St. Timothy Breaks Ground

Centreville High Gets Seven Cappie Nods

Centreville High Gets Seven Cappie Nods

Tim Harmon 5K Event is June 21

Tim Harmon 5K Event is June 21

Patriotism Reigns at Liberty Dedication

Patriotism Reigns at Liberty Dedication

Local Man Charged With Child Abuse

Local Man Charged With Child Abuse

Week in Burke

Week in Burke

Mitchell Runs for 37th Senate District

Mitchell Runs for 37th Senate District

Burch Reaches Everest Summit

Burch Reaches Everest Summit

Business Notes

Business Notes

Latt Named Lady Fairfax

Latt Named Lady Fairfax

Business Notes

Business Notes

Dwyer Awarded $112,000 Scholarship

Dwyer Awarded $112,000 Scholarship

Night Life

Night Life

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Night Life

Night Life

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Chef Takes Stock of Market

Farmers market tours start up with visit from Majestic’s Lindeborg.

Chef Takes Stock of Market

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Health Notes

Health Notes

Home Sales

Home Sales

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Home Sales

Home Sales

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Adding Assistant Principals

Adding Assistant Principals

College Notes

College Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Night Life

Night Life

Home Sales

Home Sales

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Crime Log

Crime Log

Business Notes

Business Notes

Latt Named Lady Fairfax

Latt Named Lady Fairfax

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Calendar

Calendar

Home Sales

Home Sales

Health Notes

Health Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Home Sales

Home Sales

Tuesday, June 3

Who Will Represent the 34th Senate District?

Two Republicans vye for party nomination for the open state Senate seat representing the 34th district.

Who Will Represent the 34th Senate District?

McLean Family Welcomes Sailor Home

Local family ecstatic to see daughter come home from the Gulf

McLean Family Welcomes Sailor Home

Cardboard Regatta A Waterlogged Success

Cardboard Regatta A Waterlogged Success

200 Turn Out for Van Hollen

200 Turn Out for Van Hollen

Building A Better Playground

Potomac youth spends her bat mitzvah helping others.

Building A Better Playground

Hunt Wants Tax, Budget Reform

Political newcomer pursues GOP nomination.

Hunt Wants Tax, Budget Reform

Quarry Goes Boom

Quarry Goes Boom

PGA Gives Back to Potomac

PGA Gives Back to Potomac

Community Dialogue on Traffic Solutions

Community Dialogue on Traffic Solutions

Crime Report

Crime Report

Closing the Digital Divide

County to install $35,000 computer lab in Tobytown.

Closing the Digital Divide

Crime Report

Crime Report

Denied, Again

Development proposal for Falls and MacArthur rejected.

Denied, Again

Crime Report

Crime Report

A Populist's View of Governing

Gerry Hyland continues his commitment as he seeks another term.

A Populist's View of Governing

Big Sculpture Is a Big Win for Hospital and School

Big Sculpture Is a Big Win for Hospital and School

West Potomac Holds A Prom

Theme: “A Night on the Town”

West Potomac Holds A Prom

Town OKs 2004 Budget

Town OKs 2004 Budget

GOP Convention Selects Candidates

GOP Convention Selects Candidates

Kindergarten to Extend Day by 12 Minutes

Kindergarten to Extend Day by 12 Minutes

Expansion Westward

Loudoun Healthcare seeks beds for Cornwall Campus.

Expansion Westward

Laurel Hill Impacts Entire County

Laurel Hill Impacts Entire County

People Notes

People Notes

Foundation Honors Six Seniors

SLHS Counselor Named Outstanding Educator

Foundation Honors Six Seniors

Politics

Politics

Animal Shelter Has Purr-fect Adoption Plan

Animal Shelter Has Purr-fect Adoption Plan

Laurel Hill Impacts Entire County

Laurel Hill Impacts Entire County

New Waterwheel Dedicated at Colvin Run Mill

New Waterwheel Dedicated at Colvin Run Mill

A Taste for Fairfax

Fairfax Chamber hosts restaurant sampling event.

A Taste for Fairfax

Later Start Time at Madison?

Parents, students react to proposal to start the day later at James Madison High School.

Later Start Time at Madison?

Sexual Assault Spree Puzzles Police

No arrests in series of Ballston-area crimes, but no new incidents reported in three weeks.

Sexual Assault Spree Puzzles Police

Laurel Hill Impacts The Whole County

Laurel Hill Impacts The Whole County

Project Wish List Includes Burke Centre Shuttles

Project Wish List Includes Burke Centre Shuttles

This Week in Potomac

This Week in Potomac

Civic Calendar

Civic Calendar

County Keeps Growing

Despite national downturn, Loudoun experiences growing gains.

County Keeps Growing

Lets Do The Time Warp Again

Lets Do The Time Warp Again

People Notes

People Notes

Project Wish List Includes Burke Centre Shuttles

Project Wish List Includes Burke Centre Shuttles

Community Notes

Community Notes

Citizens Speak Loud and Clear

Hospital press conference overflows with concerns.

Citizens Speak Loud and Clear

Hunt WantsTax, Budget Reform.

Political newcomer pursues GOP nod

Hunt WantsTax, Budget Reform.

Council Splits on Budget, Not Everyone Happy

Not everyone happy with council's final product.

Council Splits on Budget, Not Everyone Happy

Skate Park Debate Rekindled

Skate Park Debate Rekindled

High Winds Create Havoc

High Winds Create Havoc

Painting Up A Storm — Rain Or Shine

Students work to earn tuition money.

Painting Up A Storm — Rain Or Shine

Pig Wins, Peppers Lose

Commission denies townhomes application.

Pig Wins, Peppers Lose

Tourism Award Named in Speck’s Honor

Tourism Award Named in Speck’s Honor

Around and Around In Iceland Bound

Local brothers take trek of a lifetime.

Around and Around In Iceland Bound

Sorry, No Press Conference Will Be Held

Media Center Proposal Abandoned

Sorry, No Press Conference Will Be Held

Anderson Is Outstanding

Education Partnership honors businessman with award.

Anderson Is Outstanding

Lind Bears Conservative Standard

GOP Nomination to be decided on Tuesday.

Lind Bears Conservative Standard

Episcopal Hands Out Diplomas

Episcopal Hands Out Diplomas

Lind Bears Conservative Standard

GOP nomination to be decided on Tuesday

Lind Bears Conservative Standard

Oh, Deer ...

Back yard is temporary home for wayward animal.

Oh, Deer ...

Democratic Candidates Hit the Road

Campaigns for Revenue Commissioner, County Board and 49th district heat up going into next week?s primary.

Democratic Candidates Hit the Road

Criticism of Council Gets 'Personal'

Passions heat up as debate over NRC and hiring site gets ugly.

Criticism of Council Gets 'Personal'

Lets Do The Time Warp Again

Lets Do The Time Warp Again

HCTV

HCTV

Groups & Clubs

Groups & Clubs

Project Wish List Includes Burke Centre Shuttles

Project Wish List Includes Burke Centre Shuttles

Classes

Classes

Groups & Clubs

Groups & Clubs

Police Seek Information on Home Invasion

Suspect’s sketch released.

Police Seek Information on Home Invasion

At Park View High

At Park View High

Housing Trust Fund Turns 15

Developer contributions support affordable housing effort.

Housing Trust Fund Turns 15

Safety Tips

Safety Tips

At South Lakes

At South Lakes

School Notes

School Notes

Keeping Pools Safe

Keeping Pools Safe

Largest Class Ever Celebrates

Bishop Ireton graduates 219 seniors.

Largest Class Ever Celebrates

Memorial Mass Held for Hardmans

Memorial Mass Held for Hardmans

Who Will Represent the 34th District?

Two Republicans vie for party nomination for the open state Senate seat representing the 34th District.

Who Will Represent the 34th District?

W-L Bids Goodbye to Spraggins

After 33-year career in Arlington, principal set to retire.

W-L Bids Goodbye to Spraggins

Miss Springfield Pagent A Festival of Friends and Family

Miss Springfield Pagent A Festival of Friends and Family

Community Dialogue For a Number Of Traffic Solutions

Community Dialogue For a Number Of Traffic Solutions

Citizens Work to Continue Parkouts Privately

Citizens Work to Continue Parkouts Privately

Big Night for Educators and Students at Chamber Dinner

Big Night for Educators and Students at Chamber Dinner

Island Creek Principal Starts Fresh

Island Creek Principal Starts Fresh

Author Twists 'Big Bad Wolf'

Career journey began with accounting.

Author Twists 'Big Bad Wolf'

Loudoun: Past, Present, Future

Is county business friendly?

Loudoun: Past, Present, Future

Info, Insults Fly at Stadium Meeting

Few neutral observers evident as stadium opponents, supporters clash.

Info, Insults Fly at Stadium Meeting

Celtic Festival Pipes in 10th Year

Celtic Festival Pipes in 10th Year

Lets Do The Time Warp Again

Lets Do The Time Warp Again

Dialogue Ends With Possible Traffic Solutions

Dialogue Ends With Possible Traffic Solutions

Guilt by Association

Guilt by Association

School Notes

School Notes

Education Notebook - 06/04/03

Education Notebook - 06/04/03