Stories for March 2003

Stories for March 2003

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Wednesday, March 26

Crime Log

Crime Log

Crime Log

Crime Log

Star Light, Star Bright

Task force looks to investigate Reston's lighting strategy, and light pollution.

Star Light, Star Bright

Crime Log

Crime Log

‘Conservative Republican’ Enters Dranesville Race

Five Now Seek Party Nominations to Succeed Mendelsohn

‘Conservative Republican’ Enters Dranesville Race

Cuccinelli's Town Hall Meetings

Cuccinelli's Town Hall Meetings

Merrily Pierce Runs in Dranesville

Merrily Pierce Runs in Dranesville

Zone Challenges Devolites in Senate Race

Vienna resident and former School Board member Louis J. Zone seeks to challenge Del. Jeannemarie Devolites for state Senate seat.

Zone Challenges Devolites in Senate Race

McConnell Runs Again

After 20 Years, Springfield District Supervisor Still Going Strong

McConnell Runs Again

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Centreville Holds One-Act Play Festival

Centreville Holds One-Act Play Festival

It's Showtime!

Chantilly High School Presents Choral Showcase with Rocky Run and Franklin Middle Schools

It's Showtime!

News Briefs

News Briefs

Crime Log

Crime Log

'Conservative Republican' Enters Race for Dranesville Supervisor

Five Candidates Seek to Succeed Mendelsohn

'Conservative Republican' Enters Race for Dranesville Supervisor

All that Jazz

More than 500 student musicians attend Chantilly Invitational Jazz Festival

All that Jazz

Cuccinelli's Town Hall Meetings

Cuccinelli's Town Hall Meetings

Chantilly Family Practice: Services and Specialists

Chantilly Family Practice: Services and Specialists

Schools Cancel International Trips

Schools Cancel International Trips

Nightlife

Nightlife

Calendar

Calendar

Ongoing

Ongoing

Calendar

Calendar

Nightlife

Nightlife

Military Notes

Military Notes

Exhibits and Shows

Exhibits and Shows

Calendar

Calendar

Around Town

Around Town

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Military Notes

Military Notes

Nightlife

Nightlife

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Health Notes

Health Notes

Home Sales

Home Sales

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

National Honor Roll

National Honor Roll

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

National Honor Roll

National Honor Roll

College Notes

College Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Home Sales

Home Sales

Health Notes

Health Notes

22 New Homes are Planned

Would go on the north side of Mount Olive and Old Mill roads

22 New Homes are Planned

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Exhibits and Shows

Exhibits and Shows

College Notes

College Notes

Merrily Pierce Runs in Dranesville

Merrily Pierce Runs in Dranesville

Schools Cancel International Trips

Schools Cancel International Trips

Police Say Yates Admitted to Crime

Police Say Yates Admitted to Crime

Herberg Pleads Guilty to Grand Larceny

Herberg Pleads Guilty to Grand Larceny

Home Sales

Home Sales

Smith Is Running for School Board Again

Smith Is Running for School Board Again

Calendar

Calendar

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Camps and Schools 3/26/03

Camps and Schools 3/26/03

Home Sales

Home Sales

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Tuesday, March 25

Seeking Solace

Area residents gather at a local church to pray during the war's onset.

Seeking Solace

Oakton Library Plans Underway

Friends of Oakton Library celebrate progress with a parade and speakers.

Oakton Library Plans Underway

A New Face in Vienna Politics?

Vienna resident and former School Board member Louis J. Zone seeks to challenge Del. Jeannemarie Devolites for state Senate seat.

A New Face in Vienna Politics?

Time to Take Out The Trash

Annual river cleanup effort scheduled for April 5.

Time to Take Out The Trash

Civic Calendar

Civic Calendar

Community News

Community News

Rich Mix at ‘Taste of Hoover’

Rich Mix at ‘Taste of Hoover’

Crime Report

Crime Report

This Week in Potomac

This Week in Potomac

Code Orange = Field Trips Canceled

Hundreds of local students miss out on extra-curricular opportunities in Washington and New York.

Code Orange = Field Trips Canceled

Volunteers Play Prom Fairy Godmother

Volunteers Play Prom Fairy Godmother

Watts Branch Rehabilitation Enters New Phase

Study to be completed this fall, implementation in 2006.

Watts Branch Rehabilitation Enters New Phase

$1,000,000,000

Local real estate office reaches a landmark in residential sales.

$1,000,000,000

Crime Report

Crime Report

Crime Report

Crime Report

Highway Transit Service to Get $1M

Highway Transit Service to Get $1M

Happy Trails Ahead

Ground broken for phase one of Mason Neck Trail.

Happy Trails Ahead

Making Route 1 Safe A Distant Dream

Center-line Design Study proposes bike trail and sidewalk.

Making Route 1 Safe A Distant Dream

Infusion of Cash Helps Washington Mill

Infusion of Cash Helps Washington Mill

Hearing the Impact on Victims

Malvo’s attorneys challenge execution of juveniles, victim impact statements.

Hearing the Impact on Victims

Hunt Valley Embarks on Jared Box Project

Hunt Valley Embarks on Jared Box Project

County Responds to War

County Responds to War

Wife Runs Home Business

Wife Runs Home Business

Theater Group Looks At Age Later in Life

Theater Group Looks At Age Later in Life

People Notes

People Notes

Heritage Inventory to Identify Sites

Preservation plan aims to save historical structures.

Heritage Inventory to Identify Sites

Lee High School Grad Off To Wild Blue Yonder

Lee High School Grad Off To Wild Blue Yonder

Fundraising for Peace

Program brings Northern Ireland teenagers together.

Fundraising for Peace

A School Too Far

Residents on edge with boundary plan

A School Too Far

35th District Race Heats Up

Another Republican and Vienna resident declares his candidacy for the Delegate seat.

35th District Race Heats Up

Farmer Serves on State Board

Poland continues traditions, looks to new ideas.

Farmer Serves on State Board

Business Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Schools Face $12 Million Cut

Supervisors Approve $1.11 Tax Rate

Schools Face $12 Million Cut

Hearing the Impact on Victims

Malvo’s attorneys challenge execution of juveniles, victim impact statements.

Hearing the Impact on Victims

Lee High School Grad Off To Wild Blue Yonder

Lee High School Grad Off To Wild Blue Yonder

Woodson Pyramid Showcases Art

Woodson Pyramid Showcases Art

35th District Race Heats Up

Another Republican and Vienna resident declares his candidacy for the Delegate seat.

35th District Race Heats Up

Pothole Repair Continues In Neighborhoods

Pothole Repair Continues In Neighborhoods

Students Hope for Peace

Students at George Mason University feel stress for Iraqi friends and family.

Students Hope for Peace

Out of the Womb — Into the Frying Pan (Park, That Is)

Out of the Womb — Into the Frying Pan (Park, That Is)

Hunt Valley Embarks on Jared Box Project

Hunt Valley Embarks on Jared Box Project

Lee High School Grad Off To Wild Blue Yonder

Lee High School Grad Off To Wild Blue Yonder

Alternatives to Rewards or Punishment

Alternatives to Rewards or Punishment

Rescue At Sea Wins 2003 Tech Award

Briar Tek, Inc. honored for achievements.

Rescue At Sea Wins 2003 Tech Award

Community Notes

Community Notes

Workshop: Chasing the Blues Away

With adolescent depression on the rise, parents told to keep watch.

Workshop: Chasing the Blues Away

Restaurants Oppose Meals Tax Increase

Restaurants Oppose Meals Tax Increase

Hearing the Impact on Victims

Malvo’s attorneys challenge execution of juveniles, victim impact statements.

Hearing the Impact on Victims

Wife Keeps Home Business Going

Wife Keeps Home Business Going

Small-Town Values Drive Ritchey

Best of Reston

Small-Town Values Drive Ritchey

Anti-War Protests Come in All Sizes

Students walk out of classes; man arrested in separate incident.

Anti-War Protests Come in All Sizes

Protesters Gather in Clarendon

Weekly demonstration grows as Iraq conflict escalates.

Protesters Gather in Clarendon

Living Memorial Established

Council adopts foundation, approves arts festival.

Living Memorial Established

Lessons on Life

Oakton High School French teacher and Reston resident wins Teacher of the Year award.

Lessons on Life

City Has First '03 Homicide

City Has First '03 Homicide

Political Dynamics Impacts Legislation

Political Dynamics Impacts Legislation

A Salute to Women

Commission honors eight for service and achievements.

A Salute to Women

Grades: Some Changes Coming

Churchill parents were among more than 400 who press school board on grading policy.

Grades: Some Changes Coming

Motion to Fight the Death Penalty

Malvo’s Attorneys Challenge Execution of Juveniles

Motion to Fight the Death Penalty

Learning from Neighbors

Mayor and Councilman Reece visit day labor sites in Maryland and conference in D.C. to learn more about issue.

Learning from Neighbors

Prison Land Mapped Out But Not Final

Prison Land Mapped Out But Not Final

Hunt Valley Embarks on Jared Box Project

Hunt Valley Embarks on Jared Box Project

Prison Land Mapped Out But Not Final

Prison Land Mapped Out But Not Final

Theatrical Fighters-for-Hire Train Actors

Local stage group turns fighting into art form.

Theatrical Fighters-for-Hire Train Actors

At the Library

At the Library

Workshop: Chasing the Blues Away

With adolescent depression on the rise, parents told to keep watch.

Workshop: Chasing the Blues Away

Workshop: Chasing the Blues Away

With adolescent depression on the rise, parents told to keep watch.

Workshop: Chasing the Blues Away

Smallpox Vaccinations Begin in Fairfax County

Smallpox Vaccinations Begin in Fairfax County

Senior Group Sees Results

Senior Group Sees Results

More Questions Than Answers

More Questions Than Answers

Board Approves Longer School Day

Board Approves Longer School Day

Education Notebook - 03/26/03

Education Notebook - 03/26/03

Sprague Named as New 'Chief Academic Officer'

Sprague Named as New 'Chief Academic Officer'

Business Notes

Business Notes

Using New Health Information

Using New Health Information

Candidates Seek City Council Seats

City Elections 2003

Candidates Seek City Council Seats

Lorton Prison Land Mapped Out, But Not Final

Lorton Prison Land Mapped Out, But Not Final

Hearing the Impact on Victims

Malvo’s attorneys challenge execution of juveniles, victim impact statements.

Hearing the Impact on Victims

Business Notes

Business Notes

Hearing the Impact on Victims

Malvo's attorneys challenge execution of juveniles, victim impact statements.

Hearing the Impact on Victims

Teen Talk

Area teens participate in a television roundtable to discuss today’s issues.

Teen Talk

Vandalism, Break-Ins Hit Neighborhood

Homes, businesses affected.

Vandalism, Break-Ins Hit Neighborhood

Love of Shakespeare Starts Early

Love of Shakespeare Starts Early

Orange Alert Cancels School Field Trips

Hundreds of local students miss out on extra-curricular opportunities in Washington and New York.

Orange Alert Cancels School Field Trips

Business Notes

Business Notes

Candidate Defends Recent Move

Commonwealth Attorney candidate pays overdue tax.

Candidate Defends Recent Move

Business Notes

Business Notes

Hearing the Impact on Victims

Malvo’s attorneys challenge execution of juveniles, victim impact statements.

Hearing the Impact on Victims

Springfield to Great Falls on Foot

Runners from around the region complete third-annual Cross County Trail Run.

Springfield to Great Falls on Foot

Roundup

Roundup

Salvation Army Rings Twice

Appreciation dinner honors volunteers.

Salvation Army Rings Twice

Wednesday, March 19

Crime Log

Crime Log

Crime Log

Crime Log

Tennis (in December) Anyone?

No bubble, but RA looks into covering tennis courts at Lake Newport.

Tennis (in December) Anyone?

'Love, Valour and Compassion' -- and More

Elden Street Players take risk on latest play.

'Love, Valour and Compassion' -- and More

Staff Recommends Denial of Final Plan for Tysons II

Staff Recommends Denial of Final Plan for Tysons II

It's $1.11

Supervisors vote on tax rate.

It's $1.11

Who Will Heed Hunger's Cries

Wolf Raises Awareness of Starvation in Africa

Who Will Heed Hunger's Cries

Crime Log

Crime Log

Staff Recommends Denial of Final Plan for Tysons II

Staff Recommends Denial of Final Plan for Tysons II

For Now, Keeping Communities Together

Boundary proposals aim to keep ‘neighborhoods together.’

For Now, Keeping Communities Together

'Love, Valour and Compassion' -- and More

Elden Street Players take risk on latest play.

'Love, Valour and Compassion' -- and More

News Briefs

News Briefs

Beer Distributor Needs Permit for Expansion

Beer Distributor Needs Permit for Expansion

Wendy's, Midas Agree to County's Wishes

Wendy's, Midas Agree to County's Wishes

Virginia Run Artists Create Starbucks Mural

Virginia Run Artists Create Starbucks Mural

Old Landowner vs. New

Mulfords Lose Pricey Lawsuit Against Developer

Old Landowner vs. New

Mulfords Share Plans for New Schools

Mulfords Share Plans for New Schools

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Parkway to Get Missing Link

County to use gasoline tax funds for Claiborne.

Parkway to Get Missing Link

First Plane Arrives at Air and Space Museum

First Plane Arrives at Air and Space Museum

News Briefs

News Briefs

Davis Store to Remain a General Store

Davis Store to Remain a General Store

Westfield High is Region Speech Champ

Westfield High is Region Speech Champ

Office, Retail Proposed for Fair Oaks

Office, Retail Proposed for Fair Oaks

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Rome Comes Alive for Students

Ad Fontes Academy Latin Club Visits Italy

Rome Comes Alive for Students

Exhibits and Shows

Exhibits and Shows

Calendar

Calendar

People Notes

Turck Talks Her Way to First Place

People Notes

Classes

Classes

Nightlife

Nightlife

Calendar

Calendar

Military Notes

Military Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Classes

Classes

Military Notes

Military Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Classes

Classes

Calendar

Calendar

Exhibits and Shows

Exhibits and Shows

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

School Notes

School Notes

College Notes

College Notes

School Notes

School Notes

There's No Place Like Home

Chantilly's Comfort Keepers Provides High-Quality, Loving In-Home Care

There's No Place Like Home

College Notes

College Notes

School Notes

School Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Fewer Homeless People

Advocates challenge supervisors to produce 10 new affordable housing units next year.

Fewer Homeless People

News Briefs

News Briefs

Crime Log

Crime Log

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

News Briefs

News Briefs

Calendar

Calendar

Lower 'Tipping Fees'?

County's SWMP not a waste.

Lower 'Tipping Fees'?

Shadows Follow Government

Students glimpse government behind the scenes.

Shadows Follow Government

Citizens Speak Up

A recent town meeting held by U.S. Rep. Tom Davis touches on many issues, including Iraq, cloning and homeland security.

Citizens Speak Up

Nightlife

Nightlife

Nightlife

Nightlife

Calendar

Calendar

Classes

Classes

Ongoing

Ongoing

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Tuesday, March 18

Rain Garden Doubles as Memorial

Rain Garden Doubles as Memorial

Lorton Prison Land Mapped Out but Not Final

Lorton Prison Land Mapped Out but Not Final

Crime Report

Crime Report

Gathering for Peace

Large group turns out in Bethesda to protest impending war with Iraq.

Gathering for Peace

Guilty of Murder

Zakaria Oweiss scheduled to be sentenced for murder of his wife on May 23.

Guilty of Murder

Business Notes

Business Notes

Crime Report

Crime Report

Around Town

Around Town

Eugene Roesser, 82, Attorney

Eugene Roesser, 82, Attorney

New Parkland for Potomac

Serpentine and Callithea removed from tax rolls while county finalizes purchase.

New Parkland for Potomac

Crime Report

Crime Report

Imagine That — Fort Hunt Team Takes Honors

Imagine That — Fort Hunt Team Takes Honors

Multiple Charges Filed Against Driver

A pursuit, crash, weapon's discharge on Fort Hunt Road.

Multiple Charges Filed Against Driver

From Baseball To Taxes To Iraq

Congressman Davis answers questions from constituents.

From Baseball To Taxes To Iraq

Former Resident Receives Food Safety Award

Former Resident Receives Food Safety Award

Rotary Hands Out Ambassadorial Scholarship

Aussie recipient charms members on special night.

Rotary Hands Out Ambassadorial Scholarship

Board Approves Longer School Day

Board Approves Longer School Day

Presidential Pause at McConnell's Open House

Presidential Pause at McConnell's Open House

Open Class Concept Closed in County

Open Class Concept Closed in County

Marketing Lessons Come With Cookie Sales

Marketing Lessons Come With Cookie Sales

Shuffling Taxes

Thoesen proposes decrease in real estate and BPOL taxes, proposes three new taxes.

Shuffling Taxes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Marketing Lessons Come With Cookie Sales

Marketing Lessons Come With Cookie Sales

A Shelter-in-Place

A short-term solution for Fairfax County schools, just in case.

A Shelter-in-Place

Citizens Speak Out

A recent town meeting held by U.S. Rep. Tom Davis touched on many issues, including Iraq, cloning and homeland security.

Citizens Speak Out

Rust Seeks to Reclaim Delegate Seat

Rust will run against incumbent Petersen in an attempt to regain the delegate seat he lost in the 2001 election.

Rust Seeks to Reclaim Delegate Seat

Pedaling For a Cure

Local woman pedals her way through the South to increase awareness of breast cancer.

Pedaling For a Cure

Open Class Concept Closed in County

Open Class Concept Closed in County

Presidential Pause at McConnell's Open House

Presidential Pause at McConnell's Open House

Reality Theater

Local student performs in show that addresses teen concerns.

Reality Theater

Cherrydale Task Force Underway

Group studies possible locations to relocate Fire Station 3.

Cherrydale Task Force Underway

Potomac River National Wildlife Refuge Complex Celebrates

Time capsule buried; to be opened in 2103.

Potomac River National Wildlife Refuge Complex Celebrates

Peace Messages Ring Out

Rally at Market Square urges country not to pursue conflict.

Peace Messages Ring Out

Brown Returns to Arlington

Friends remember Columbia astronaut as humble overachiever who put others before himself.

Brown Returns to Arlington

Police Advise Parents about Gangs

HMS PTO hosts meeting on child safety.

Police Advise Parents about Gangs

Burke Award Honors Native Alexandrians

Burke Award Honors Native Alexandrians

A Legacy of Leadership Serving Seniors

35th anniversary celebrated contributions of past leaders.

A Legacy of Leadership Serving Seniors

Preparing for Terrorism

Attacks know no boundaries — physical or personal.

Preparing for Terrorism

Berg Tax Credit Application Approved and Delivered

Berg Tax Credit Application Approved and Delivered

An Eyesore gets 30 Days ... or Else

An Eyesore gets 30 Days ... or Else

Oil Slick In River Contained

Oil Slick In River Contained

Economy Sputters Along

Tourism association finding ways to perk up business in city.

Economy Sputters Along

Park View Hosts 'Water'

Park View Hosts 'Water'

Commercial Expansion Could Be Sign of Times

Commercial Expansion Could Be Sign of Times

Presidential Pause Interupts McConnells Meeting

Presidential Pause Interupts McConnells Meeting

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

At South Lakes High

At South Lakes High

Spout Run Bridge Project Stays in Bike Plan

In update to bike plan, contested bridge clings to life.

Spout Run Bridge Project Stays in Bike Plan

Friends and Relatives Remember Sandy

Young mother dies after five-year battle with cancer.

Friends and Relatives Remember Sandy

Group Builds ‘Girl Power’

Group Builds ‘Girl Power’

Some Normalcy Returns

Carlyle residents see less security around towers.

Some Normalcy Returns

Health Notes

Health Notes

Open Class Concept Closed In County

Open Class Concept Closed In County

Town Decides on Stop Sign for Glyndon St., S.E.

Town Decides on Stop Sign for Glyndon St., S.E.

Area Catholics Seek Change

Workshop this Saturday to address clergy sexual abuse crisis.

Area Catholics Seek Change

Immigration Officials Meet with Town

Few easy answers emerge from "productive meeting."

Immigration Officials Meet with Town

Hanley Elects Not to Run Again

20 Years Are Enough, She Says

Hanley Elects Not to Run Again

New GOP Committee Forms

New GOP Committee Forms

Volunteers Shave Heads to Raise Money for Cancer

Volunteers Shave Heads to Raise Money for Cancer

City Elections 2003

Candidates Seek City Council Seats

City Elections 2003

Council Adopts Valley Plan

Transportation key to Eisenhower East Development

Council Adopts Valley Plan

Roundup

Roundup

Health Notes

Health Notes

Wednesday, March 12

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Crime Log

Crime Log

Crime Log

Crime Log

Town Will Purchase More Road Salt, Diesel

Town Will Purchase More Road Salt, Diesel

Crime Log

Crime Log

$550K in Damage in House Fire off Glen

$550K in Damage in House Fire off Glen

Crime Log

Crime Log

Young Authors Celebrate With Tea

Fifth graders at Westbriar Elementary wrote and illustrated their own books for class.

Young Authors Celebrate With Tea

What's Important?

What's Important?

Toll Brothers Puts Brakes on Zoning Amendments

Toll Brothers Puts Brakes on Zoning Amendments

St. Patrick's Day Brings Out the Irish

No Green Beer for "Real Irish" in Great Falls

St. Patrick's Day Brings Out the Irish

Yates is Charged with Embezzlement from Church

Yates is Charged with Embezzlement from Church

Activist Dick Frank, 66, Dies

Held Land-Use and Transportation Leadership Positions

Activist Dick Frank, 66, Dies

Wendy's, Nursery School, New Homes at WFCCA

Wendy's, Nursery School, New Homes at WFCCA

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Honoring Public Service Officers

Honoring Public Service Officers

Hudgins Discusses County, Human Services Budgets

Hudgins Discusses County, Human Services Budgets

News Brief

News Brief

Honoring Public Service Officers

Honoring Public Service Officers

Opening a New School

Opening a New School

Vintage Photos Sought for Jamestown’s 400th Anniversary

Vintage Photos Sought for Jamestown’s 400th Anniversary

‘Heart of Education’ Beats in Partnerships

‘Heart of Education’ Beats in Partnerships

Roundups

Roundups

Irish Dancing in Fairfax

Energetic music, dancing and fellowship bring area dancers together.

Irish Dancing in Fairfax

Business Notes

Business Notes

Peak Performance

Extreme Athlete Sean Burch to Climb Mt. Everest — Solo and Oxygen-Free

Peak Performance

Man Gets 10 Years Prison for Rape

Man Gets 10 Years Prison for Rape

City Council Debates Tax Rates

Council sets an advertised rate of the real estate tax and discusses tax increases.

City Council Debates Tax Rates

Protesters Protest Each Other

Burk protests "Members Only" policy at Augusta National; "Duffragettes" protest Burk

Protesters Protest Each Other

Olympus Athletic Club Gets BZA's Approval

Olympus Athletic Club Gets BZA's Approval

Classes

Classes

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Around Town

Around Town

Calendar

Calendar

Classes

Classes

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Around Town

Around Town

Classes

Classes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

College Notes

College Notes

School Notes

School Notes

College Notes

College Notes

School Board Won't Toss Out 'Witch Baby'

School Board Won't Toss Out 'Witch Baby'

College Notes

College Notes

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Protesters Protest Each Other at Women’s Conference

Protesters Protest Each Other at Women’s Conference

Getting Here from There

Getting Here from There

Jammin' for Children

Jammin' for Children

Gathering for Peace

Gathering for Peace

Library Arises in Ashburn

Library Arises in Ashburn

Schools

Schools

Calendar

Calendar

Classes

Classes

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Tuesday, March 11

Funding Woes Keep Impromptu Memorials Alive

Funding Woes Keep Impromptu Memorials Alive

Crime Report

Crime Report

Defense Sought to Create Doubt

Defense Sought to Create Doubt

Glimpse of Marianne

Marianne Oweiss managed her husband’s medical practice for more than 20 years.

Glimpse of Marianne

He Doesn’t Come From ‘Out of the Blue’

Potomac native brings vocal group to home local church

He Doesn’t Come From ‘Out of the Blue’

Gods, Generals, and Enlisted Men

Potomac native makes his silver screen debut.

Gods, Generals, and Enlisted Men

Crime Report

Crime Report

Prosecution: Evidence Proves Guilt

Prosecution: Evidence Proves Guilt

To Bubble, or Not to Bubble

A local swim team may be looking for a new place to swim, if a group of Reston residents gets its way.

To Bubble, or Not to Bubble

Community Service: A Family Tradition

Best of Reston

Community Service: A Family Tradition

18 Hours and No Verdict, Yet

Jury still out after 18 hours of deliberation.

18 Hours and No Verdict, Yet

Many Unusual Elements in Oweiss Murder Case

Many Unusual Elements in Oweiss Murder Case

Jewish Groups Outraged at Moran’s Remarks

Some constituents stick by their congressman.

Jewish Groups Outraged at Moran’s Remarks

Scout Rewarded for Heroic Act

Scout Rewarded for Heroic Act

Parking Mishap Leaves Car in Perilous Perche

Parking Mishap Leaves Car in Perilous Perche

Births

Births

Assessments, Budget Incites Complaints

Assessments, Budget Incites Complaints

Assessments, Budget Incites Complaints

Assessments, Budget Incites Complaints

Recent Mall Crime Prompts Concern

Recent Mall Crime Prompts Concern

Honoring Public Safety Officers

Chamber fetes 83 officers from all branches at Valor Awards

Honoring Public Safety Officers

Funding Woes Keep Impromptu Memorials Alive

Funding Woes Keep Impromptu Memorials Alive

Tax Relief Proposed

City manager outlines city budget.

Tax Relief Proposed

Honoring Public Safety Officers

Chamber fetes 83 officers from all branches at Valor Awards

Honoring Public Safety Officers

One Penny at a Time

Council considers how to grow fund for open spaces.

One Penny at a Time

G.W. Students Face Multiple Charges

Weapons on school grounds, shooting, lead to action.

G.W. Students Face Multiple Charges

School Board Adopts $323 M Budget

Increase from Smith’s proposal will fund smaller classes.

School Board Adopts $323 M Budget

Recent Mall Crime Prompts Concern

Recent Mall Crime Prompts Concern

Tejada Wins County Board Seat

Turnout higher than expected in special election.

Tejada Wins County Board Seat

Message Board Targets Laborers

A local online message board is a political red flag for one councilman.

Message Board Targets Laborers

Jewish Groups Outraged at Moran’s Remarks

Some constituents stick by their congressman.

Jewish Groups Outraged at Moran’s Remarks

Body Identified As That of City Man

Body Identified As That of City Man

Boaters Fight For Patrol

County budget may clip marine force.

Boaters Fight For Patrol

Preparing tor the Worst

County department has gone through awareness training.

Preparing tor the Worst

Clarendon Celebrates Mardi Gras

Parade brings patrons to Clarendon businesses, kicks off new ART shuttle service.

Clarendon Celebrates Mardi Gras

Wyatt Fenner Balances Acting, Academics

Yorktown senior wraps up role in ‘Silent Woman.’

Wyatt Fenner Balances Acting, Academics

At Park View High

At Park View High

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Future Catches Up to HUD

HUD management errors could cost county $300,000

Future Catches Up to HUD

Ball Raises Awareness, Funds for Leukemia

Ball Raises Awareness, Funds for Leukemia

At South Lakes High

At South Lakes High

Fairfax County Public Schools Legislative Initiatives

Fairfax County Public Schools Legislative Initiatives

Births

Births

New Policy Doesn’t Get an ‘A’

Some parents are unhappy with changes to countywide grading system.

New Policy Doesn’t Get an ‘A’

Recent Mall Crime Prompts Concern

Recent Mall Crime Prompts Concern

Dirty Dozen Off Streets

Convictions sweep 36 criminals into jail cells.

Dirty Dozen Off Streets

Peace Proposal Passes

City joins 136 cities in country supporting peace.

Peace Proposal Passes

Assembly Gets Mixed Grade for Education

Major Educational Issues Past Over

Assembly Gets Mixed Grade for Education

Springfield Fundraising Groups Get Educated on Taxes

Springfield Fundraising Groups Get Educated on Taxes

Former Seahawk Makes History Down Under

Simmonds became part of first American team to win boy's doubles title at Australian Open Junior Championships.

Former Seahawk Makes History Down Under

Crime Report

Crime Report

Son, Omar, Caught in Middle

Son, Omar, Caught in Middle

Transportation for the Future

Transportation for the Future

Changes At the Banking Summit

Business Profile

Changes At the Banking Summit

Estate Entertains Educators

Estate Entertains Educators

140 Patriots Walk Out

Students skip class to oppose potential Iraq war.

140 Patriots Walk Out

Funding Woes Keep Impromptu Memorials Alive

Funding Woes Keep Impromptu Memorials Alive

Candidates Seek City Council Seats

City Elections 2003

Candidates Seek City Council Seats

Cell Tax in Town's Future

Cell Tax in Town's Future

Assessments, Budget Incite Complaints

Assessments, Budget Incite Complaints

Roundup

Roundup

Thursday, March 6

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Wednesday, March 5

News Briefs

News Briefs

Crime Log

Crime Log

Crime Log

Crime Log

Snow Day Slumber?

Snow Day Slumber?

Candidates Come Out

Citizens interested in running for Vienna town council seats begin the long road to May.

Candidates Come Out

Crime Log

Crime Log

News Briefs

News Briefs

News Briefs

News Briefs

Snow Days on Thin Ice

Snow Days on Thin Ice

Representatives Differ on Assembly Outcome

Yet they agreed that issues such as budget cuts and transportation funding are far from over.

Representatives Differ on Assembly Outcome

News Briefs

News Briefs

Roundups

Roundups

Research in Baseball Article is Questioned

Research in Baseball Article is Questioned

Capt. Bill Gulsby Takes the Helm

Capt. Bill Gulsby Takes the Helm

New Elementary School Boundary is Approved

New Elementary School Boundary is Approved

Judge Upholds Possibility of Execution

Judge Upholds Possibility of Execution

News Briefs

News Briefs

First Look at New Sully Police Station

First Look at New Sully Police Station

Paul VI Dean Resigns

Photos of high-school dean were discovered on a gay male leather contest Web site.

Paul VI Dean Resigns

Around Town

Around Town

Will Roads Close Through Manassas Battlefield Park?

Board Chairman Kate Hanley Seeks Answers to Questions

Will Roads Close Through Manassas Battlefield Park?

Let the Voters Decide on a Tax Cap

Let the Voters Decide on a Tax Cap

Lions Hosts Pancake Breakfast

Lions Hosts Pancake Breakfast

Virginia Supreme Court Upholds Death Penalty

Virginia Supreme Court Upholds Death Penalty

Vonda Shepard Returns to the Birchmere

Singer, composer from ‘Ally McBeal’ headlines two March dates.

Vonda Shepard Returns to the Birchmere

St. Patrick's Day Parade — Better Late Than Never

St. Patrick's Day Parade — Better Late Than Never

MetroStage Gives ‘Sidney Bechet’ East Coast Premiere

MetroStage Gives ‘Sidney Bechet’ East Coast Premiere

Bohn Touches ‘Nerve Center’

Book looks at how White House operates in a crisis.

Bohn Touches ‘Nerve Center’

People Notes

People Notes

Military Notes

Military Notes

People Notes

People Notes

MetroStage Gives ‘Sidney Bechet’ East Coast Premiere

MetroStage Gives ‘Sidney Bechet’ East Coast Premiere

‘Art’ Works at LTA

‘Art’ Works at LTA

Calendar

Calendar

St. Patrick's Day Parade — Better Late Than Never

St. Patrick's Day Parade — Better Late Than Never

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Bohn Touches ‘Nerve Center’

Book looks at how White House operates in a crisis.

Bohn Touches ‘Nerve Center’

Nightlife

Nightlife

Anderson Tries ‘Fish’-y Theme at Ramparts

Owner of Mango Mike’s expands seafood offerings in expanding Fairlington mainstay.

Anderson Tries ‘Fish’-y Theme at Ramparts

MetroStage Gives ‘Sidney Bechet’ East Coast Premiere

MetroStage Gives ‘Sidney Bechet’ East Coast Premiere

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Nightlife

Nightlife

Anderson Tries ‘Fish’-y Theme at Ramparts

Owner of Mango Mike’s expands seafood offerings in expanding Fairlington mainstay.

Anderson Tries ‘Fish’-y Theme at Ramparts

Classes

Classes

People Notes

People Notes

Around Town

Around Town

Calendar

Calendar

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Military Notes

Military Notes

Around Town

Around Town

Military Notes

Military Notes

People Notes

People Notes

Military Notes

Military Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Anderson Tries ‘Fish’-y Theme at Ramparts

Owner of Mango Mike’s expands seafood offerings in expanding Fairlington mainstay.

Anderson Tries ‘Fish’-y Theme at Ramparts

Vonda Shepard Returns to the Birchmere

Singer, composer from ‘Ally McBeal’ headlines two March dates.

Vonda Shepard Returns to the Birchmere

Calendar

Calendar

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Vonda Shepard Returns to the Birchmere

Singer, composer from ‘Ally McBeal’ headlines two March dates.

Vonda Shepard Returns to the Birchmere

Calendar

Calendar

Bohn Touches ‘Nerve Center’

Book looks at how White House operates in a crisis.

Bohn Touches ‘Nerve Center’

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

National Honor Roll

National Honor Roll

College Notes

College Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

School Notes

School Notes

National Honor Roll

National Honor Roll

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Finding the Rub

New Mount Vernon band hits the scene.

Finding the Rub

Crime Log

Crime Log

Representatives Differ on Assembly Outcome

Yet they agreed that issues such as budget cuts and transportation funding are far from over.

Representatives Differ on Assembly Outcome

Calendar

Calendar

Crime

Crime

City Unveils 2004 Budget Proposal

Tax rate increases would fund Blenheim and school renovations.

City Unveils 2004 Budget Proposal

Plan Is Underway to Create 'Rachel's Park'

Plan Is Underway to Create 'Rachel's Park'

Quest to Make Bennett Rd. And Rayjon Lane Safer

Quest to Make Bennett Rd. And Rayjon Lane Safer

‘Art’ Works at LTA

‘Art’ Works at LTA

Finding the Rub

New Mount Vernon band hits the scene

Finding the Rub

Calendar

Calendar

Nightlife

Nightlife

School Notes

School Notes

Tuesday, March 4

Earning Engineer Badge at Interchange

Earning Engineer Badge at Interchange

Stacia Marie Allen

Stacia Marie Allen

Reading Budget's Fine Print

Reading Budget's Fine Print

Council OKs Intake Pipe Study

Construction will require approval.

Council OKs Intake Pipe Study

Births

Births

Sunrise Valley Principal to Retire

After six years leading Sunrise Valley, Christine Brogan heads toward retirement.

Sunrise Valley Principal to Retire

Groups Gather, Still Praying for Peace

While the U.S. moves ever close to war with Iraq, a group of local peace activists meet to consider.

Groups Gather, Still Praying for Peace

Ms. Cristol Goes To Washington

Churchill senior will join Senate youth program

Ms. Cristol Goes To Washington

Reston Couple Honored

Reston Couple Honored

The Answer Is Four

Four house-plan saves trees; developer asked for five, residents wanted three

The Answer Is Four

Crime Report

Crime Report

Community News

Community News

Snow Cancellation Rains on Girl's Parade

Equestrian team trains, competes in shows.

Snow Cancellation Rains on Girl's Parade

Benefit Concert Draws Big Crowd

Benefit Concert Draws Big Crowd

Snow Removal Incites Mixed Emotions

Snow Removal Incites Mixed Emotions

Producer Strives For Perfection

Producer Strives For Perfection

How Much Is Too Much For So Much?

Assessments Escalate in Mount Vernon and Lee districts.

How Much Is Too Much For So Much?

Marshall Wins State Theater Title for One-Act Play

Oakton and Marshall Claim Five of Eight Acting Awards

Marshall Wins State Theater Title for One-Act Play

Better Planning Would Reduce 'Surprises'

Better Planning Would Reduce 'Surprises'

How to View Fairfax County Property Tax Assessments Online

How to View Fairfax County Property Tax Assessments Online

Still Praying for Peace

While the U.S. moves closer to war with Iraq, a group of local peace activists meet at ADAMS Center.

Still Praying for Peace

Stacia Marie Allen

Stacia Marie Allen

Adding Retail, Office Mix

Adding Retail, Office Mix

Mims, Black Reflect on 'Successes'

Mims, Black Reflect on 'Successes'

New Facility Opens Up Space

County to gain space as school administration looks to consolidate offices.

New Facility Opens Up Space

Births

Births

New Principal at Sterling Elementary

Freeman focuses on whole child, community.

New Principal at Sterling Elementary

Business Notes

Business Notes

Hoping for Spring

Hoping for Spring

Snow Removal Incites Mixed Emotions

Snow Removal Incites Mixed Emotions

Hoping for Spring

Hoping for Spring

Delegates Return With Positive Outlook

Delegates Return With Positive Outlook

New Code Comes Down the Pike

As Board approves Columbia Pike building codes, redevelopment set to begin. But still no decision on transit.

New Code Comes Down the Pike

Roundup

Roundup

Last Chance for Nation’s River

Potomac Corridor named one of 10 areas most threatened by development, says Scenic American.

Last Chance for Nation’s River

Snow Removal Incites Mixed Emotions

Snow Removal Incites Mixed Emotions

School Board Approves New School Boundaries

School Board Approves New School Boundaries

Conviction May Lead to Multiple Life Sentences

Conviction May Lead to Multiple Life Sentences

Moran: War, Politics and Inevitability

House member criticizes Jewish leaders and says Democrats won't jeopardize their re-election efforts.

Moran: War, Politics and Inevitability

Houses in Dranesville Worth More, and More, and More, and More

Homeowners Socked With Double Digit Increases for Four Straight Years

Houses in Dranesville Worth More, and More, and More, and More

Personal Trainers Build More Than Just Bodies

Personal Trainers Build More Than Just Bodies

Earning Engineer Badge at Interchange

Earning Engineer Badge at Interchange

Standing Alone

While other communities partake of meals taxes, Herndon declines, so far.

Standing Alone

Community News

Community News

Stacia Marie Allen

Stacia Marie Allen

Producer Strives For Perfection

Producer Strives For Perfection

HCA No, YMCA Maybe

HCA No, YMCA Maybe

Producer Strives For Perfection

Producer Strives For Perfection

School Budget Reflects Modest Increase

School Budget Reflects Modest Increase

Six Years Later, Woman Still Missing

Clues remain scarce in disappearance of Janeth Ann Rowe.

Six Years Later, Woman Still Missing

Candidates Seek Council Seats

City Elections 2003

Candidates Seek Council Seats

Personal Trainers Build More Than Just Bodies

Personal Trainers Build More Than Just Bodies

Major Impact From Bridge About To Be Felt

Major Impact From Bridge About To Be Felt

Pentagon Unveils Plans for 9-11 Memorial

New York architects include “Light Benches” in design for Pentagon memorial.

Pentagon Unveils Plans for 9-11 Memorial

Earning Engineer Badge At Interchange

Earning Engineer Badge At Interchange

Burke Centre Candidate Forum Explores Issues

Burke Centre Candidate Forum Explores Issues

Planning Defers Park Rail Dog Area

Parking Garage Wins Approval

Planning Defers Park Rail Dog Area

Food Talk

Food Talk

Food Talk

Food Talk

Food Talk

Food Talk

Naomi Project Helps New Mothers

Naomi Project Helps New Mothers

Health Notes

Health Notes

Leis Named Superintendent in Illinois

Leis Named Superintendent in Illinois

Board OKs Boundaries for New Schools, Centers

Board OKs Boundaries for New Schools, Centers

Education Notebook - 03/05/03

Education Notebook - 03/05/03

Board to Debate Snow Make-up Days

Board to Debate Snow Make-up Days

Annapolis Dispatches

Annapolis Dispatches

Despite Snow, Summer Comes in February

Summer Activities Fair draws 1,100 summer camp hopefuls.

Despite Snow, Summer Comes in February

At Park View High

At Park View High

More Revitalization for the Highway

Shopping Centers Eyed for Major Overhauls

More Revitalization for the Highway

Delegates Return With Positive Outlook

Delegates Return With Positive Outlook

How Would War Affect Fairfax?

Housing market might remain strong, but economy could still suffer.

How Would War Affect Fairfax?

Food Talk

Food Talk

Food Talk

Food Talk

Crime Report

Crime Report

Local Executive Dies in Plane Crash

Reston man returning from business trip died on Saturday in Leesburg.

Local Executive Dies in Plane Crash

The Ever-Expanding School

Chinese immersion program may allow outside students into Potomac Elementary.

The Ever-Expanding School

Collecting Evidence of Murder

Prosecution continues in Oweiss murder trial.

Collecting Evidence of Murder

Videotaped Questioning

Videotaped Questioning

Minds Are the Equipment of Choice in Problem-solving Competition

Minds Are the Equipment of Choice in Problem-solving Competition

Stakeholders Make a Case

Mount Vernon Parking Expansion Assessed

Stakeholders Make a Case

Delegates Share Thoughts on Latest Session

Delegates Share Thoughts on Latest Session

Committee Questions CIP, Budget

Committee Questions CIP, Budget

Public Gets to Weigh In on Herndon Commerce Center

Public Gets to Weigh In on Herndon Commerce Center

Personal Trainers Build More Than Just Bodies

Personal Trainers Build More Than Just Bodies

Delegates Return With Positive Outlook

Delegates Return With Positive Outlook

Mayor Paints Optimistic Picture for City

Final State of the City Address Warmly Received; Councilman Speck Honored.

Mayor Paints Optimistic Picture for City

Service Above Self — 75 and Counting

Rotary Club Celebrates A Milestone.

Service Above Self — 75 and Counting

Monday, March 3

Groups & Clubs

Groups & Clubs

Groups & Clubs

Groups & Clubs

Calendar

Calendar

Classes

Classes

Classes

Classes

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Faith Notes

Faith Notes