Stories for May 2003

Stories for May 2003

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Wednesday, May 28

Night Life

Night Life

Centreville McDonald's Wants Permission for 4a.m. Opening

Centreville McDonald's Wants Permission for 4a.m. Opening

Beer Distribution Plant Gets OK to Expand

Beer Distribution Plant Gets OK to Expand

School Notes

School Notes

Civic Calendar

Civic Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Night Life

Night Life

Meet the New Boss

Potomac’s new principal brings a wealth of experience.

Meet the New Boss

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Her Name Is Hope

Guest List for Wedding Stretches from Express Lane to Country Club

Her Name Is Hope

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Pleasant Valley Curves Will be Improved

Road Had 164 Accidents and 3 Fatalities Since 1998

Pleasant Valley Curves Will be Improved

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Home Sales

Westfield Gets 12 Cappie Nods

Westfield Gets 12 Cappie Nods

GBW Students Run Hyatt Fair Lakes

GBW Students Run Hyatt Fair Lakes

Roundups

Roundups

AP Tests Help Westfield Rank Best in Nation

AP Tests Help Westfield Rank Best in Nation

Calendar

Calendar

Democrat Georgette Kohler Seeks Sully Supervisor Job

Democrat Georgette Kohler Seeks Sully Supervisor Job

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Night Life

Night Life

New, Single-Family Homes Are Planned

New, Single-Family Homes Are Planned

Magic Moment Child-Care Center Seeks New Site

Magic Moment Child-Care Center Seeks New Site

Calendar

Calendar

Encore Presents Show, 'Are We There Yet?'

Encore Presents Show, 'Are We There Yet?'

Tuesday, May 27

Revised Budget Reduces Class Size

Board Approves $1.6 Billion Budget

Revised Budget Reduces Class Size

Oweiss Sentenced to 30 Years

Potomac doctor given maximum penalty for murdering his wife.

Oweiss Sentenced to 30 Years

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

At South Lakes

At South Lakes

The Art of Learning

Potomac Elementary will start new arts program in the fall.

The Art of Learning

Military Notes

Military Notes

Earth Day at Travilah Quarry

Earth Day at Travilah Quarry

Trying to Save 'Margaret's Gardens'

Local friends group trying to convince county to save local woman's iris gardens.

Trying to Save 'Margaret's Gardens'

This Week in Potomac

This Week in Potomac

Memorial Day

Remembering their sacrifice: Herndon-Reston American Legion Post debuts its "Avenue of Flags."

Memorial Day

County Health Centers Under Pressure

Demand rises but slots are full.

County Health Centers Under Pressure

New Technology Could Be Eye In The Sky

New Technology Could Be Eye In The Sky

Military Notes

Military Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Battle Continues over Historic District Ordinance

The Town Council upheld a decision of the Windover Heights Board of Review after some wrangling.

Battle Continues over Historic District Ordinance

Bubble Stays

Swim-team members relieved, neighborhood upset over the RA’s decision.

Bubble Stays

Philosophically Speaking

Planning Board looks at the underpinning of ability to sustain growth.

Philosophically Speaking

A Memorial Quest of Historic Proportions

Local veteran helping to establish Naval Medical Museum.

A Memorial Quest of Historic Proportions

People Notes

People Notes

Dismantling Moorefield House

Dismantling Moorefield House

Kennedy Seeks Republican Nod

Faces Lou Korbus in upcoming primary.

Kennedy Seeks Republican Nod

Madison's 2003 Teacher of the Year

Spanish teacher recognized for instilling her enthusiasm for the language.

Madison's 2003 Teacher of the Year

Kobus Throws Hat In GOP Ring

Primary has two vying to meet Amundson in November.

Kobus Throws Hat In GOP Ring

Water Safety Exercise — A Prelude to Reality

Local marine operations ready for summer activities.

Water Safety Exercise — A Prelude to Reality

A Glimpse at Belvoir's Future

Adding AMC increases fort's population another 6 percent.

A Glimpse at Belvoir's Future

Race For The Cure Team

Race For The Cure Team

McLaughlin, Fischer Accept Leadership Roles

McLaughlin, Fischer Accept Leadership Roles

Heroes to Remember

Heroes to Remember

Support Group Fosters 'Bond Between Us'

For those who have given up children for adoption, a place to talk.

Support Group Fosters 'Bond Between Us'

Top 10 Employers Retain Ranks

Top 10 Employers Retain Ranks

Community Notes

Community Notes

Water Everywhere? Conserve Anyway

Despite rains, authority urges water conservation.

Water Everywhere? Conserve Anyway

Visitors Try to Save 'Margaret's Garden'

Local friends group trying to convince county to save local woman's iris gardens.

Visitors Try to Save 'Margaret's Garden'

Business Notes

Business Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Conventional Decision

GOP candidates seek their party's nomination.

Conventional Decision

Remembering Those Who Died

Vienna's American Legion observes Memorial Day.

Remembering Those Who Died

Health Notes

Health Notes

Memorial Day

Herndon-Reston American Legion Post debuts its "Avenue of Flags."

Memorial Day

School Notes

School Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Preventing Bone Loss

Osteoporosis Affects Men and Women

Preventing Bone Loss

'Floris Friends' Help Nurse

Parent and teacher volunteers from Floris Elementary look out for their neighbors.

'Floris Friends' Help Nurse

School Notes

School Notes

Showing their Colors

With graduation in sight, Herndon High seniors look ahead.

Showing their Colors

Health Notes

Health Notes

Civil War House Saved

Local woman convinces authorities to rescue "Thompson House" on West Ox Road; Herndon family buys property.

Civil War House Saved

Health Notes

Health Notes

Week in Fairfax

News Briefs

Week in Fairfax

Prom Date Times Five Makes Springfield Teens Day

Prom Date Times Five Makes Springfield Teens Day

Rain Fails to Affect Businesses, Schools

Rain Fails to Affect Businesses, Schools

Life Without Insurance

Sterling man gives 'heart' to helping.

Life Without Insurance

Two City Workers Head to Alexandria

Colleagues remember the contributions of two outgoing city employees.

Two City Workers Head to Alexandria

Week in Springfield

News Briefs

Week in Springfield

Crime Log

Crime Log

Community News

Community News

Business Notes

Business Notes

Allowing Over-The-Counter Meds Sent to Committee

Allowing Over-The-Counter Meds Sent to Committee

Education Notebook - 05/28/03

Education Notebook - 05/28/03

Health Notes

Health Notes

<48hd>Luxury Shapes Home Design

<sh>Visitors can see a variety of home and garden design businesses in one place.

<48hd>Luxury Shapes Home Design

Race For The Cure

Race For The Cure

Health Notes

Health Notes

School Notes

School Notes

ViVa Vienna Kicks Off

ViVa Vienna Kicks Off

Prom Date Times Five Makes Springfield Teens Day

Prom Date Times Five Makes Springfield Teens Day

Business Notes

Business Notes

A Sound of Thunder

Motorcyclists gather in Fairfax for annual ride to honor those who fought and died in all wars.

A Sound of Thunder

Camps and Schools 5-28-03

Camps and Schools 5-28-03

College Notes

College Notes

Schools Reach Out to Asian Community

Schools Reach Out to Asian Community

Chamber Acknowledges Community Involvement

Area local business recognized for their contributions to the community.

Chamber Acknowledges Community Involvement

No Holiday for Students

Lots of No-Shows on This Makeup Day

No Holiday for Students

Classes

Classes

Week in Fairfax Station

Week in Fairfax Station

Groups & Clubs

Groups & Clubs

At Park View High

At Park View High

New Technology Could Be Eye in the Sky

New Technology Could Be Eye in the Sky

10 Ways to Watch the Open

10 Ways to Watch the Open

Business Notes

Business Notes

People Notes

People Notes

Board Backs Auditor's Work

Two More Items Added

Board Backs Auditor's Work

College Notes

College Notes

Beverly Farms to Lose 3.5 Teachers

Administrators say reduced enrollment to blame.

Beverly Farms to Lose 3.5 Teachers

Week in Burke

News Briefs

Week in Burke

Civil War House Saved

Local woman convinces authorities to rescue "Thompson House" on West Ox Road; Herndon family buys property.

Civil War House Saved

People Notes

People Notes

Race For The Cure

Race For The Cure

Lending a Helping Hand

Oakton Elementary students collect school supplies for Afghani schoolchildren.

Lending a Helping Hand

County Health Centers under Pressure

Demand rises, but slots are full.

County Health Centers under Pressure

New Technology Could Be Eye in the Sky

New Technology Could Be Eye in the Sky

College Notes

College Notes

Winifred Rosetta Burns

Winifred Rosetta Burns

Groups & Clubs

Groups & Clubs

Classes

Classes

HCTV

HCTV

Prom Date Times Five Makes Springfield Teens Day

Prom Date Times Five Makes Springfield Teens Day

‘Berg’ Tax Credits Approved — Demolition Cost Escalates

‘Berg’ Tax Credits Approved — Demolition Cost Escalates

Classes

Classes

A Monster of a Talk

T.C. students hear from jobs guru.

A Monster of a Talk

More Cops

Council Pursuing Federal Funding

More Cops

Monday, May 26

49th Will Have New Delegate

Five seek seat vacated by Karen Darner.

49th Will Have New Delegate

Plans Could Eliminate Stadium Site

Pentagon City site plan could lead to largest, most dense residential project in county history.

Plans Could Eliminate Stadium Site

Swanson, Minority Achievement a Go

School Board OKs ‘disappointing’ building renovation, hears good news on minority achievement.

Swanson, Minority Achievement a Go

Remembering the Fallen

Bush addresses overflow crowds at Arlington National Cemetery to commemorate Memorial Day.

Remembering the Fallen

Roundup

Roundup

Generals Question FBI

Students and Leaders tour concludes with Mueller’s visit to Washington-Lee.

Generals Question FBI

Thursday, May 22

Roundup

Roundup

Wednesday, May 21

Primary Campaign Trail Gets Bumpy

Primary Campaign Trail Gets Bumpy

School Notes

School Notes

College Notes

College Notes

College Notes

College Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

School Notes

School 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

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Board Moves on Affordable Housing

Mid-rise buildings have to contribute, now it's on to high-rise.

Board Moves on Affordable Housing

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Night Life

Night Life

Night Life

Night Life

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Classes

Classes

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

People Notes

People Notes

Classes

Classes

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Calendar

Calendar

Classes

Classes

Calendar

Calendar

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Calendar

Calendar

Night Life

Night Life

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Classes

Classes

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Burglary, Sex Charges: Six Years in Prison

Burglary, Sex Charges: Six Years in Prison

Business Notes

Business Notes

Raindrops Keep Fallin' On The Fields

Raindrops Keep Fallin' On The Fields

Primary Campaign Trail Gets Bumpy

Primary Campaign Trail Gets Bumpy

Six Teens Charged in Mailbox Blasts

Six Teens Charged in Mailbox Blasts

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Clifton Caboose Run is May 31

Clifton Caboose Run is May 31

Week in Burke

News Briefs

Week in Burke

Road Widening Plan Includes Public Input

Road Widening Plan Includes Public Input

Burglary, Sex Charges: Six Years in Prison

Burglary, Sex Charges: Six Years in Prison

Latt Named 'Lady Fairfax'

Latt Named 'Lady Fairfax'

Warner Tells Graduates to Continue Supporting GMU

Citing budget cuts to higher education, Gov. Mark Warner (D) delivers address at George Mason University’s commencement.

Warner Tells Graduates to Continue Supporting GMU

Fair Oaks Man Charged with Rape

News Brief

Fair Oaks Man Charged with Rape

Learning to Care for Children

Area resident and former Kurdish refugee completes child care training with the help of a scholarship.

Learning to Care for Children

Week in Fairfax

News Briefs

Week in Fairfax

Centreville's Erik Burgess is Missing in Ocean

Centreville's Erik Burgess is Missing in Ocean

Personal Attacks Par for Course on Campaign

As the Republican primary in the Springfield District nears, personal attacks begin to appear.

Personal Attacks Par for Course on Campaign

Fashion Design Classes Take Off

Students design and make their own clothing and fashion lines.

Fashion Design Classes Take Off

Business Notes

Business Notes

Road Widening Plan Includes Public Input

Road Widening Plan Includes Public Input

'Peace and Freedom' Memorial Proposed in Great Falls

Local Group Wants to Honor Those Who Fell

'Peace and Freedom' Memorial Proposed in Great Falls

Rain Drops Keep Fallin' on the Fields

Rain Drops Keep Fallin' on the Fields

Week in Fairfax Station

News Briefs

Week in Fairfax Station

Living on the Pike Shows Pride of Ownership

Living on the Pike Shows Pride of Ownership

Hunt Country Stable Tour is Memorial Day Tradition

Hunt Country Stable Tour is Memorial Day Tradition

Cararda Steps Down

Town seeks to fill architects seat on ARB/HPRB.

Cararda Steps Down

$100 Million Plan for Tysons

$100 Million Plan for Tysons

Council Passes New Meals Tax

In a surprising 5 to 2 vote, Husch provides key support for scaled down tax.

Council Passes New Meals Tax

Watching Out for Herndon's Youth

With a new foundation behind it, local group Vecinos Unidos looks to mentor children through high school.

Watching Out for Herndon's Youth

Fighting for Diverse Community's Future

Neighborhood Resource Center, and hiring site supporters and opponents make their opinions known at the May 13 public hearing.

Fighting for Diverse Community's Future

Former Seahawk Tom Williams Soars

Williams, South Lakes class of 1988, is national finalist for White House Fellowship.

Former Seahawk Tom Williams Soars

Read RA's Lips: No New Tax (District), Yet

RA committee passes on governance issues.

Read RA's Lips: No New Tax (District), Yet

Skate Park Loses Momentum

RCC committee decides to leave proposal out of '05 budget, looks to fund new study.

Skate Park Loses Momentum

Campaign Trail Gets Bumpy

Campaign Trail Gets Bumpy

Military Notes

Military Notes

Crime Log

Crime Log

Crime Log

Crime Log

Miss Springfield Looks Back

Miss Springfield Looks Back

Week in Springfield

News Briefs

Week in Springfield

Self Described 'Policy-Wonk' Eyes Re-election

Self Described 'Policy-Wonk' Eyes Re-election

Rain Drops Keep Fallin' on the Fields

Rain Drops Keep Fallin' on the Fields

Baseball Stadium On Deck In Springfield?

Baseball Stadium On Deck In Springfield?

Vienna Volunteer Fire Department Celebrates 100th Anniversary

>Fire department has witnessed Vienna's growth from farming community to suburban town.

Vienna Volunteer Fire Department Celebrates 100th Anniversary

"Oh, What a Night"

"Oh, What a Night"

Crime Log

Crime Log

James Brady Speaks at Madison

Former White House press secretary and gun control activist kicks off Disability Awareness Week.

James Brady Speaks at Madison

Crime Log

Crime Log

Tuesday, May 20

District Police Station Open for Business

District Police Station Open for Business

Park Volunteer Spent Childhood on Farm

Park Volunteer Spent Childhood on Farm

Vogric Says No to Fourth Term

Vogric Says No to Fourth Term

Groups & Clubs

Groups & Clubs

Commission Praises Women's Volunteerism

Commission Praises Women's Volunteerism

New Sign of the Times

City staff will prepare new ordinance for consideration.

New Sign of the Times

New Fire Truck on the Way

Grant pays for 3,500 gallon tanker truck; benefactor makes it useful.

New Fire Truck on the Way

Community News

Community News

Demand for Services Growing

Wait for community services called 'too long' and 'hurtful'

Demand for Services Growing

New Hope Keeps On Giving

Housing gala honors Mondloch family.

New Hope Keeps On Giving

Community News

Community News

Arlandria Plan Passes

Arlandria Plan Passes

Riding for AIDS Charity

Local bikers prepare for Tour de Friends 330-mile ride coming through Arlington next month.

Riding for AIDS Charity

ADHD Often Misdiagnosed in Women

Disorder Runs in the Family

ADHD Often Misdiagnosed in Women

Amundson Seeks Another Term

Amundson Seeks Another Term

Groups & Clubs

Groups & Clubs

A Political Leader's Visions, Reflections, and Challenges

Lee District Supervisor Dana Kauffman has eye on re-election.

A Political Leader's Visions, Reflections, and Challenges

Republicans Name Candidates

Sass, Nawash, Kelsey campaign for seats in November.

Republicans Name Candidates

Board Approves Parking Restrictions

Columbia Forest, Douglas Park neighborhoods get nighttime permit status.

Board Approves Parking Restrictions

Education Notebook - 05/21/03

Education Notebook - 05/21/03

What's Good for the Goose ...

What's Good for the Goose ...

Schools: 1, Planning: 0

Board overrules Planning Commission and approves administration building project.

Schools: 1, Planning: 0

At the Movies

At the Movies

Proposal to Lower Class Size

Proposal to Lower Class Size

At Park View

At Park View

Camps and Schools 5/21/03

Camps and Schools 5/21/03

49th Will Have New Delegate

Five seek seat vacated by Karen Darner.

49th Will Have New Delegate

A Monument Like No Other

A Monument Like No Other

Groups & Clubs

Groups & Clubs

Community News

Community News

Crime Report

Crime Report

Survivor Joins Relay for Life

Sterling Coalition crusades for American Cancer Society.

Survivor Joins Relay for Life

Meadowood Open to the Public

New trail perfect for birdwatching.

Meadowood Open to the Public

Bus Victim Remembered

Police continue investigation of bus accident that claimed life of local resident.

Bus Victim Remembered

Baseball Session Draws Hundreds

First of three forums brings crowds of supporters and opponents.

Baseball Session Draws Hundreds

Summer in the Arts Adds Courses

Summer in the Arts Adds Courses

First Look at the AGP

Many seek a more restrictive Annual Growth Policy.

First Look at the AGP

New Lanes Move Closer

VDOT approves Potomac View Road design.

New Lanes Move Closer

Home Invasion

Home Invasion

Weddings

Weddings

Residents, Council At Odds Over Property

Development traffic, open space at issue.

Residents, Council At Odds Over Property

Loudoun Open for Business

Loudoun Open for Business

Park Volunteer Spent Childhood on Farm

Park Volunteer Spent Childhood on Farm

Civic Calendar

Civic Calendar

At South Lakes

At South Lakes

ROTC Programs Alive and Well at Local High Schools

ROTC Programs Alive and Well at Local High Schools

Techway at the Townhall

Delegates discuss bridge, other issues.

Techway at the Townhall

HCTV

HCTV

Grocery Shopping a Little Closer to Home Again

Grocery Shopping a Little Closer to Home Again

Brent Takes WP Helm

Brent Takes WP Helm

Some Pain, Little Gain

Montgomery County’s ’04 budget seeks to spread the hurt.

Some Pain, Little Gain

Board OKs Pike, Bromptons Plans

Residents support first Form Based Code project, but again clash with board over Cherrydale redevelopment.

Board OKs Pike, Bromptons Plans

Crime Report

Crime Report

This Week in Potomac

This Week in Potomac

Pelosi Honored With Award

Episcopal hosts minority leader in ceremony.

Pelosi Honored With Award

Sunday, May 18

It's Christmas in April

More than 80 Members of Centreville United Methodist Church Fix Home of Woman With MS

It's Christmas in April

Children Sought for Alliance's Musical, 'Oliver!'

Children Sought for Alliance's Musical, 'Oliver!'

Centre Ridge Enjoys Greek, Roman Day

Centre Ridge Enjoys Greek, Roman Day

Teacher David Baker's Charges are Dropped

Teacher David Baker's Charges are Dropped

Lorton Arts Center, High School Approved

Lorton Arts Center, High School Approved

Lorton Arts Center, High School Approved

Lorton Arts Center, High School Approved

Cuccinelli Scores Big Victory in 37th Dist.

Cuccinelli Scores Big Victory in 37th Dist.

Potomac Composer Recognized

Resident awarded music grant.

Potomac Composer Recognized

Lorton Arts Center, High School Approved

Lorton Arts Center, High School Approved

Wednesday, May 14

Saudi Bombings Take Toll on Reston Company

Saudi Bombings Take Toll on Reston Company

School Notes

School Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Destination Northern Virginia?

Business and political leaders hope new Air and Space Museum will revive tourism industry, local economy.

Destination Northern Virginia?

Crime Log

Crime Log

Artists Seize Town Center

The 12th annual Northern Virginia Fine Arts Festival is set for this weekend.

Artists Seize Town Center

RCC Cancels Teen Programs

Students from Langston Hughes hardest hit by RCC's budget missteps.

RCC Cancels Teen Programs

Community Notes

Community Notes

Sixth Grader Collects For Rucker Shelter

Sixth Grader Collects For Rucker Shelter

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

College Notes

College Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

MVLE Opens Chantilly Center for Disabled

MVLE Opens Chantilly Center for Disabled

Community Alert System Ready

Text-message system will tell residents, workers of local emergencies.

Community Alert System Ready

Bringing Baseball Home

With letter of intent, residents contemplate selling for baseball.

Bringing Baseball Home

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Calendar

Calendar

Sex Ed Books Approved

Despite delay request, board adopts controversial supplement for next year.

Sex Ed Books Approved

Military Notes

Military Notes

Schools Delay Projects

Reed Project extension helps make $1.2 million budget adjustment; Yorktown lights still worry neighbors.

Schools Delay Projects

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Camps and Schools 5/14/03

Camps and Schools 5/14/03

Cuts to Lower Class Sizes?

Cuts to Lower Class Sizes?

Warner Speaks at Swanson

Governor answers students? questions on baseball, immigration, SOLs.

Warner Speaks at Swanson

Sex Ed Books Approved

Despite delay request, board adopts controversial supplement for next year.

Sex Ed Books Approved

School Board Surprised by Change

Consultant to Wait Two Weeks for Approval

School Board Surprised by Change

Community Notes

Community Notes

Week in Springfield

News Briefs

Week in Springfield

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Affordable Housing Policy Approved

But it's not clear how many units will be created.

Affordable Housing Policy Approved

Crime Log

Crime Log

Roundup

Roundup

Calendar

Calendar

Community Notes

Community Notes

Town Council Works on Budget

Hutchinson questions price tag for permanent Neighborhood Resource Center.

Town Council Works on Budget

Calendar

Calendar

Health Notes

Health Notes

Protecting Children from Porn

File Sharing Programs Make Access Easy

Protecting Children from Porn

Health Notes

Health Notes

Night Life

Night Life

Students, Faculty Remember Cook

Students build shrine to Gunston teacher who died suddenly.

Students, Faculty Remember Cook

Destination Northern Virginia?

Business and political leaders hope new Air and Space Museum will revive tourism industry, local economy.

Destination Northern Virginia?

Teens to Receive Character Awards

Teens to Receive Character Awards

Fairfax Man Charged with Firearms Crimes

Fairfax Man Charged with Firearms Crimes

Crime

Crime

Crime Log

Crime Log

Police Seek Suspect in Shooting

Police Seek Suspect in Shooting

Garfield Reading Program Crosses Cultural Boundaries

Garfield Reading Program Crosses Cultural Boundaries

Night Life

Night Life

Education Notebook - 05/14/03

Education Notebook - 05/14/03

Scott Second in National Science Fair

Scott Second in National Science Fair

Health Notes

Health Notes

Public Schools Rely on Senior Helpers

A group of senior citizens lighten the workload for teachers at McNair Elementary School.

Public Schools Rely on Senior Helpers

Community Notes

Community Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

School Notes

School Notes

Tuesday, May 13

Sewer Stoppage

Boswell Lane extension rejected by state.

Sewer Stoppage

Teachers Honored by Baha'is

Teachers Honored by Baha'is

Business Notes

Business Notes

Schools

Schools

Jeremiah House Seeks to Stay in Place

Ministry for women with crisis pregnancies seeks to own current facility.

Jeremiah House Seeks to Stay in Place

Alliance Adds 'Heart' to Caring

Shelters provide safety net for homeless.

Alliance Adds 'Heart' to Caring

MV's Hospital Future Murky

Task force takes up issue of Inova Mount Vernon.

MV's Hospital Future Murky

McDowell Secures Republican Nomination

Republicans pick their candidate for the Delegate seat representing the 35th district.

McDowell Secures Republican Nomination

Gen. Barrett's Life an Open Book

Local author delves into city's famous citizen.

Gen. Barrett's Life an Open Book

DuBois, Foust, Nominated for Supervisor's Race

DuBois, Foust, Nominated for Supervisor's Race

Moseley Drops Out of Race

Moseley Drops Out of Race

Pricetag Jumps on South County School

Pricetag Jumps on South County School

The Rainforest Comes to Potomac

Rolling exhibit makes a stop at the McLean School.

The Rainforest Comes to Potomac

Potomac’s Youngest Hero

Second grader saves choking friend on the school bus.

Potomac’s Youngest Hero

Designation Fills 'Historic' Gap

Lanesville House gains own plaque.

Designation Fills 'Historic' Gap

Little League Benefits From Fund-raiser

Little League Benefits From Fund-raiser

Biberaj Interns With Former President

Biberaj Interns With Former President

Best of the Best Honored

Partnership, city celebrates education and educators.

Best of the Best Honored

America's Mother Comes Home to Celebrate Her Day

America's Mother Comes Home to Celebrate Her Day

Signature Artwork

Churchill students publicize the school’s new signature program.

Signature Artwork

Deputy Leads Inmate Work Force

Thomas is named Correctional Employee of the Year.

Deputy Leads Inmate Work Force

Glen Echo May See Some $

Glen Echo May See Some $

Losing a Piece of History, Creating a Safer Parkway

Losing a Piece of History, Creating a Safer Parkway

Plans for King Memorial in Motion

Plans for King Memorial in Motion

City Names New Fire Chief

City Names New Fire Chief

Crime in Waynewood Addressed by Criminal Investigations Section

Crime in Waynewood Addressed by Criminal Investigations Section

'George Washington Slept' at Frost?

Providence Players present 1940s-era comedy.

'George Washington Slept' at Frost?

Beach Week Bashes Balance Tradition, Parental Concerns

Beach Week Bashes Balance Tradition, Parental Concerns

Bridging the Digital Divide

Students learn skills, gain new computers.

Bridging the Digital Divide

Police Locate Missing Woman and Baby

Police Locate Missing Woman and Baby

Pricetag Jumps on South County School

Pricetag Jumps on South County School

Not an Average School Play

Beverly Farms produces an opera

Not an Average School Play

Teen Donates Hair To Worthy Cause

Teen Donates Hair To Worthy Cause

No New Houses?

New growth policy could bring building moratorium to parts of Potomac.

No New Houses?

City Police to Stay at Wood?

Architects unveil feasibility of constructing the new police department at its current John C. Wood site, vs. the proposed plan for construction next to City Hall.

City Police to Stay at Wood?

Glebe Park Solution Begins to Jell

Glebe Park Solution Begins to Jell

Citizens Work to Save Parkout

If the County Won't Do It, Local Citizens Say, They Will

Citizens Work to Save Parkout

Braunlich Jumps From School Board To Senate Race

Braunlich Jumps From School Board To Senate Race

Potomac’s Youngest Hero

Second grader saves choking friend on the school bus.

Potomac’s Youngest Hero

Feeling Your Roots

Local family spans four generations.

Feeling Your Roots

Preparing for Tourism 'Rebound'

Association identifies strategies to encourage extended visits.

Preparing for Tourism 'Rebound'

ACVA and Anderson Receive Tourism Industry Honors

ACVA and Anderson Receive Tourism Industry Honors

Beach Bashes Balance Tradition, Parental Concerns

Beach Bashes Balance Tradition, Parental Concerns

Biberaj Interns With Former President

Biberaj Interns With Former President

Biberaj Interns With Former President

Biberaj Interns With Former President

Braunlich Jumps From School Board To Senate Race

Braunlich wins Republican primary, eyes Puller's seat.

Braunlich Jumps From School Board To Senate Race

Minority Achievements Recognized At Robinson

Minority Achievements Recognized At Robinson

Business Notes

Business Notes

Pricetag Jumps on South County School

Pricetag Jumps on South County School

Business Notes

Business Notes

Residents Argue Over Historic District

Residents question historic district regulations as vague and arbitrary while others claim the motive is financial.

Residents Argue Over Historic District

Teen Donates Hair To Worthy Cause

Teen Donates Hair To Worthy Cause

Teen Donates Hair To Worthy Cause

Teen Donates Hair To Worthy Cause

What's in a Name?

Potomac Greens streets to honor civic activists.

What's in a Name?

Georgia Always On My Mind

Freedom Hill Elementary principal succumbs to breast cancer.

Georgia Always On My Mind

The United Nations Comes to Cold Spring

The United Nations Comes to Cold Spring

Beach Bashes Balance Tradition, Parental Concerns

Beach Bashes Balance Tradition, Parental Concerns

Smoking Ban Re-Introduced

Smoking Ban Re-Introduced

Minority Achievements Recognized At Robinson

Minority Achievements Recognized At Robinson

Chaman Lal Vohra, 92

Obituary

Chaman Lal Vohra, 92

Castro 'Honored to Run Again'

School leader seeks another term on School Board.

Castro 'Honored to Run Again'

Lightning Strikes Home in Mount Vernon

Lightning Strikes Home in Mount Vernon

The House That Was Lost, but Now Found

Serendipitous string of events saved the Moorefield House, those involved say.

The House That Was Lost, but Now Found

Robinson, Lovelace and Verinder Elected

Candidates who won had years of experience in town government.

Robinson, Lovelace and Verinder Elected

Sunday, May 11

'The Matrix' Shapes Insanity Defense

'The Matrix' Shapes Insanity Defense

Wednesday, May 7

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Young Marine Sar Guards Turkish Base

Young Marine Sar Guards Turkish Base

Should Public Have Its Say?

New Law Forces School Board to Draft Contract Policy

Should Public Have Its Say?

Calendar

Calendar

Ramish Elected Student Rep

Profile

Ramish Elected Student Rep

Changes Made to Battlefield Bypass

Changes Made to Battlefield Bypass

Mildred DeBell is Sully's Lady Fairfax

Mildred DeBell is Sully's Lady Fairfax

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Education Notebook - 05/07/03

Education Notebook - 05/07/03

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Serving Their Country

Child's Play Becomes Real for Cohen

Serving Their Country

News Briefs

News Briefs

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Jeff Parnes is Sully's Lord Fairfax

Jeff Parnes is Sully's Lord Fairfax

Calendar

Calendar

Night Life

Night Life

Roundups

Roundups

Clifton homes Tour: Splendor and Charm

Clifton homes Tour: Splendor and Charm

Auditor Suggests Items for Further Review

Auditor Suggests Items for Further Review

5.5 Acres Preserved at Popes Head Creek

5.5 Acres Preserved at Popes Head Creek

Family Shelter Plan Runs into a Hitch

Family Shelter Plan Runs into a Hitch

Night Life

Night Life

Oak Hill Man Charged With Indecent Exposure

Oak Hill Man Charged With Indecent Exposure

Calendar

Calendar

Loverly Musical at Robinson

Cappies Review

Loverly Musical at Robinson

Loverly Musical at Robinson

Cappies Review

Loverly Musical at Robinson

Fairfax Farmer's Market Opens

Fairfax Farmer's Market Opens

Honoring Lynne and Jeff Pope

Deer Park's Library Renamed for Former Principal and Husband

Honoring Lynne and Jeff Pope

2003 Clifton Homes Tour

2003 Clifton Homes Tour

Dranesville Democrats Gear Up for Party Caucus May 10

Dranesville Democrats Gear Up for Party Caucus May 10

Republican Party Canvass to Select Nominee for Supervisor May 10

Republican Party Canvass to Select Nominee for Supervisor May 10

Farmers' Market Opens

Farmers' Market Opens

Health Notes

Health Notes

2003 Clifton Homes Tour

2003 Clifton Homes Tour

Business Notes

Business Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

News Briefs

News Briefs

2003 Clifton Homes Tour

2003 Clifton Homes Tour

2003 Clifton Homes Tour

2003 Clifton Homes Tour

Allergies Run in the Family

Allergies Run in the Family

Democrats Gear Up for Party Caucus on May 10

Three candidates vie for the Democratic nomination for Dranesville District supervisor

Democrats Gear Up for Party Caucus on May 10

Family, Friends Mourn Death of Eddie Hurley

Only 25, former Oakton football player dies of meningitis/encephalitis.

Family, Friends Mourn Death of Eddie Hurley

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notebook

Health Notebook

Republicans to Elect Nominee for Dranesville Supervisor

Republicans to Elect Nominee for Dranesville Supervisor

Health Notes

Health Notes

Dranesville Democrats Gear Up for Party Caucus May 10

Dranesville Democrats Gear Up for Party Caucus May 10

Students Face Expulsion for Weapons

Police arrest three for concealed weapons on school grounds.

Students Face Expulsion for Weapons

Crime Log

Crime Log

Blasé Earns Youth Volunteer Award

Manassas Teen Makes Frying Pan Park a Second Home

Blasé Earns Youth Volunteer Award

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Dranesville District Republicans to Select Nominee for Supervisor May 10

Dranesville District Republicans to Select Nominee for Supervisor May 10

Business Notes

Business Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Furry and Fluffy

Furry and Fluffy

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Board Denies Challenges

Board Denies Challenges

Target Practice at Lake Fairfax

Adult and youth games don't mix, say parents, coaches.

Target Practice at Lake Fairfax

School Notes

School Notes

Murder Indictment After 20 Years

Murder Indictment After 20 Years

School Notes

School Notes

College Notes

College Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Crime Log

Crime Log

Civic Calendar

Civic Calendar

Crime Log

Crime Log

Crime Log

Crime Log

News Briefs

News Briefs

Business Notes

Business Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Night Life

Night Life

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

College Notes

College Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Loverly Musical at Robinson

Cappies Review

Loverly Musical at Robinson

Loverly Musical at Robinson

Cappies Review

Loverly Musical at Robinson

Loverly Musical at Robinson

Cappies Review

Loverly Musical at Robinson

Calendar

Calendar

Tuesday, May 6

Tolson Honored For 30 Years of Service

Tolson Honored For 30 Years of Service

Lorton Arts Center Approved

Lorton Arts Center Approved

New Offices: A Fifth Term Launch Pad

New Offices: A Fifth Term Launch Pad

Tough Legislative Questions Digested Over Breakfast

Mount Vernon-Lee Chamber hosts early morning event.

Tough Legislative Questions Digested Over Breakfast

Preservationists — Past And Prolog

The Ladies of Mount Vernon raise the stakes in preserving the nation.

Preservationists — Past And Prolog

A Pond In Every Yard — Stormwater Management Or Not

A Pond In Every Yard — Stormwater Management Or Not

Shop Owners React to String of Burglaries

Sheriff's Office coordinates investigation with Leesburg and Maryland.

Shop Owners React to String of Burglaries

Physician Volunteers at Clinic

Rodney serves clinic as medical director.

Physician Volunteers at Clinic

Democrat Eyes State Senate Seat

Community leader and minister Ron Christian announces intention to run.

Democrat Eyes State Senate Seat

New Affordable Housing Team In Place

Shiloh Baptist Church, Harambee envision seniors benefiting.

New Affordable Housing Team In Place

County Lowers Tipping Fees

County Lowers Tipping Fees

Crime Report

Crime Report

Roundup

Roundup

Groups & Clubs

Groups & Clubs

Five Incumbents Return To School

Newcomers eager to start work.

Five Incumbents Return To School

Committee Reviews Facility Standards

Committee Reviews Facility Standards

People Notes

People Notes

Lake Braddock Junior Wins Second NASA Award

Lake Braddock Junior Wins Second NASA Award

Convention Focuses on 'Targeted Audience.'

GOP candidates adjust campaign strategies.

Convention Focuses on 'Targeted Audience.'

Community News

Community News

Living Memorial For Burke Youth

Living Memorial For Burke Youth

Crime Report

Crime Report

Biomedical Research Campus Project Breaks Ground.

Howard Hughes Medical Institute expects to spend $500 million to build a 760,000-square-foot complex.

Biomedical Research Campus Project Breaks Ground.

How Can County Help Business?

EDC targets 'business friendly' goals.

How Can County Help Business?

Early Detection—What’s In It for You?

Early Detection—What’s In It for You?

Making Room for Needy

Supervisors allocate $637,000 to nonprofit groups to purchase homes for lower income residents.

Making Room for Needy

Lake Braddock Junior Wins Second NASA Award

Lake Braddock Junior Wins Second NASA Award

Madison Wins for Anti-Drinking Campaign

Madison Wins for Anti-Drinking Campaign

Park Volunteers Recognized

Park Volunteers Recognized

Park Volunteers Recognized

Park Volunteers Recognized

E-mails Catch State's Eye

Messages may have violated state statutes.

E-mails Catch State's Eye

At South Lakes High

At South Lakes High

Mail Service — All In the Family

Mail Service — All In the Family

Closing the Gap

Residents stymied in search for androgynous khakis.

Closing the Gap

Meningitis Linked to Death

Gunston teacher?s sudden death linked to meningitis; health officials say little reason to suspect students exposed.

Meningitis Linked to Death

Latinos Seek County Action

Group to meet with county board, call for creation of Office of Latino Affairs.

Latinos Seek County Action

Judge OKs Malvo Confession

Judge OKs Malvo Confession

Sound Wall Receives Final Approval

Sound Wall Receives Final Approval

Local Nurses Receive National Honors

Local Nurses Receive National Honors

The Day After — Sniping By Both Parties

Negative advertising, tactics seen as hurting Republican efforts.

The Day After — Sniping By Both Parties

Traffic? Get On Your Bike and Ride

Traffic? Get On Your Bike and Ride

Pulling For The Park

Riverbend staffer resigns, then gets to work.

Pulling For The Park

Town Council Election Results

Town Council Election Results

GWU Expands Scope of Housing Plan

University will have first access to fill nearly 300 Rosslyn apartments.

GWU Expands Scope of Housing Plan

It's A Sweep

Bill Euille Leads Democrats Into City Hall

It's A Sweep

GOP Finds Itself Outside Looking In

GOP Finds Itself Outside Looking In

Living Memorial For Burke Youth

Living Memorial For Burke Youth

At Park View

At Park View

Crime Report

Crime Report

Stay Calm

Fire Department personnel respond to river rescue calls.

Stay Calm

People Notes

People Notes

Fairfax Relives History

Civil War Weekend opens in Fairfax.

Fairfax Relives History

Revitalization Effort Grows

Revitalization Effort Grows

There’s a Hole in the Clipper

Several mules forced into retirement by lack of work.

There’s a Hole in the Clipper

The Bridge That Wouldn’t Die

Ehrlich pledges $400,000 for a new Techway study.

The Bridge That Wouldn’t Die

Classes

Classes

Master Plan of Trails Approved

Plan will govern the development of Blockhouse Point.

Master Plan of Trails Approved

Traffic? Get on Your Bike and Ride

Traffic? Get on Your Bike and Ride

Residents, Board Clash Over Stadium

Possible neighbors demand statement, but board remains neutral.

Residents, Board Clash Over Stadium

This Week in Potomac

This Week in Potomac

Park Volunteers Recognized

Park Volunteers Recognized

Funding Cut to Glen Echo

Glen Echo is early casualty in county’s budget battles.

Funding Cut to Glen Echo

Traffic? Get On Your Bike and Ride

Traffic? Get On Your Bike and Ride

Would A Bridge Help?

Would A Bridge Help?

Thursday, May 1

Matrix Blamed in Murders

Matrix Blamed in Murders

Matrix Blamed in Murders

Matrix Blamed in Murders

Matrix Blamed in Murders

Matrix Blamed in Murders

Matrix Blamed in Murders

Matrix Blamed in Murders