Stories for October 2003

Stories for October 2003

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Thursday, October 30

Select Sushi Satisfies French-Born Owner

Former technology specialist hopes to spread love of Japanese cuisine through new Tysons Corner restaurant.

Select Sushi Satisfies French-Born Owner

School Bond Referendum on Nov. 4 Ballot

Langley, Cooper to Benefit

School Bond Referendum on Nov. 4 Ballot

Brickner's 'Judgement'

Letter to the Editor

Brickner's 'Judgement'

Voters Faced with Choices

Every local seat up for election on Tuesday; computer voting debuts.

Voters Faced with Choices

Campaigns Exceed $350,000

Campaigns Exceed $350,000

More Classroom Space Proposed

Proposed school bond referendum will impact three greater Vienna area schools.

More Classroom Space Proposed

16 Classrooms For Langley

16 Classrooms For Langley

Unopposed, Strauss Runs Relaxed for Third Term

Dranesville’s School Board incumbent speaks against 5-percent tax cap.

Unopposed, Strauss Runs Relaxed for Third Term

George Mason Gets Innovative

New academic building with technological whistles and bells opens.

George Mason Gets Innovative

George Mason Gets Innovative

New academic building with technological whistles and bells opens.

George Mason Gets Innovative

Loudoun Endorsements

Loudoun Endorsements

Wednesday, October 29

Persistent Candidate

Persistent Candidate

Vote for Accountability

Vote for Accountability

Choosing an Ideal At-Large Candidate

Choosing an Ideal At-Large Candidate

Six vie for At-Large School Board Seats

Six vie for At-Large School Board Seats

Voters Asked to Approve Bonds for Schools

Voters Asked to Approve Bonds for Schools

Unwanted Campaigning

Unwanted Campaigning

Opposing Cuccinelli

Opposing Cuccinelli

Hurley for School Board

Hurley for School Board

Contrasting Visions: Belter vs. Martin

Contrasting Visions: Belter vs. Martin

Focus on Children

Focus on Children

Backing Christian

Backing Christian

Support for Galligan

Support for Galligan

This Week in Potomac

This Week in Potomac

Terhar for School Board

Terhar for School Board

In Favor of Oleszek

In Favor of Oleszek

Crime Log

Crime Log

Setting Bond Record Straight

Setting Bond Record Straight

Bond Helps Schools

Bond Helps Schools

Walking the Walk?

Walking the Walk?

School Board Needs Progress, Creativity

School Board Needs Progress, Creativity

Straight A's

Straight A's

Absentee Voting Already Taking Place at Satellite Locations

Absentee Voting Already Taking Place at Satellite Locations

Problem Intersection at Seneca Road to be Addressed

Problem Intersection at Seneca Road to be Addressed

Speaking Out, Being Heard

Pakistani Americans find voice in local politics.

Speaking Out, Being Heard

Jaw-Dropping Moment

Jaw-Dropping Moment

'Shocking' Endorsement

'Shocking' Endorsement

Alumni Commons Dedicated

Many bricks Still for Sale

Alumni Commons Dedicated

This Week in Potomac

This Week in Potomac

Unopposed, Strauss Runs Relaxed for Third Term

Dranesville’s School Board incumbent speaks against 5-percent tax cap.

Unopposed, Strauss Runs Relaxed for Third Term

Eclectic Mix of Goods Back with Return of Eight Hands Round

Eclectic Mix of Goods Back with Return of Eight Hands Round

Bethlehem Baptist Church Revels in Its Rich History

Bethlehem Baptist Church Revels in Its Rich History

Crime Log

Crime Log

Voters To Decide State, County Races

Voters To Decide State, County Races

Business Notes

Business Notes

Crime Log

Crime Log

Town Meeting Highlights Public Safety

Lee District supervisor hosts citizens.

Town Meeting Highlights Public Safety

School Bond on Nov. 4 Ballot

Langley, Cooper, would get more space

School Bond on Nov. 4 Ballot

Mixed-Use Project for Fair Lakes

East Market is a project offering both residential and retail.

Mixed-Use Project for Fair Lakes

Teen Charged With Malicious Wounding

Teen Charged With Malicious Wounding

Musician on the Rise

Centreville man gets national recording contract.

Musician on the Rise

Embezzlement, Forgery Charges

Embezzlement, Forgery Charges

Smyth, Hyland Differ on 5% Tax Cap

Planning commissioner and political newcomer pursue Board of Supervisors seat.

Smyth, Hyland Differ on 5% Tax Cap

Bank Robbery Case to Grand Jury

Bank Robbery Case to Grand Jury

Helping the Homeless

School children take part in mini-walks for those in need.

Helping the Homeless

Business Notes

Business Notes

Roundups

Roundups

Week in Burke

Week in Burke

Malvo Trial Is 'Unstoppable Train'

Malvo Trial Is 'Unstoppable Train'

Speaking Out, Being Heard

Pakistani Americans find voice in local politics.

Speaking Out, Being Heard

Regional Bikeway Connects Loudoun

Regional Bikeway Connects Loudoun

Interchange Design Unveiled

$45 million needed for Fairfax County/Fair Lakes parkways plan.

Interchange Design Unveiled

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Alexandria Symphony's Season Begins

Delayed Opening Brings Excitement for Symphony's Debut

Alexandria Symphony's Season Begins

Week in Fairfax Station

Week in Fairfax Station

Bertha Impacted Many Lives

Popular Belle Haven employee remembered as 'angel on earth.'

Bertha Impacted Many Lives

Mount Vernon is Now An "Estate of Colours"

Mount Vernon is Now An "Estate of Colours"

Safeway Construction Begins

Safeway Construction Begins

Military Notes

Military Notes

Honoring the Past with a Mission for the Future

Alfred Street Baptist Church celebrating 200 years of history and worship.

Honoring the Past with a Mission for the Future

Major Organ, Blood Drive Underway

City implements new employee policy to encourage donors.

Major Organ, Blood Drive Underway

Police Seek Art Thief

At least a dozen art shops hit in last year.

Police Seek Art Thief

Speaking Out, Being Heard

Speaking Out, Being Heard

Open Space, Mass Transit Get a Boost

New Voting Machines Coming to City.

Open Space, Mass Transit Get a Boost

More Than Just a Walk

Breast Cancer Walk pledges exceed goals.

More Than Just a Walk

School Bond Referendum on Nov. 4 Ballot

Langley, Cooper to benefit

School Bond Referendum on Nov. 4 Ballot

No Power, No Trash Pickup, and Now This?

McLean Last of the List for Yard Debris Collection

No Power, No Trash Pickup, and Now This?

New School Time Line Set

Many hurdles still ahead before T.C. construction begins.

New School Time Line Set

Apple Varieties

Del Ray Farmers Market displays all sorts of fruit choices.

Apple Varieties

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Calendar

Calendar

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Camps and Schools 10-29-03

Camps and Schools 10-29-03

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Adding On Makes Big Houses

Adding On Makes Big Houses

Health Notes

Health Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Classes

Classes

Education Notebook - 10/29/03

Education Notebook - 10/29/03

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Final Phase of Harbor House Under Way

Senior Center First to Open Weekends, Evenings

Final Phase of Harbor House Under Way

Land Swap — A Done Deal

Little League, Army reach accord in county.

Land Swap — A Done Deal

Calendar

Calendar

Health Briefs

Health Briefs

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Crime Log

Crime Log

Value Education

Value Education

Belter 'Right Here'

Belter 'Right Here'

New Name, New Homes, Lower Rents

Affordable housing in county gets a boost from joint project.

New Name, New Homes, Lower Rents

Homecoming Weekend at West Potomac Enjoyed

Homecoming Weekend at West Potomac Enjoyed

Effects of Hurricane Isabel Recede Little By Little

Hurricane sale brings out shoppers and clears shelves.

Effects of Hurricane Isabel Recede Little By Little

Classes

Classes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Speaking Out, Being Heard

Pakistani Americans find voice in local politics.

Speaking Out, Being Heard

Business Notes

Business Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Calendar

Calendar

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Classes

Classes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Classes

Classes

Tuesday, October 28

Rain Delays Progress on New High School

Rain Delays Progress on New High School

Police Officer Connects with Community

Vienna Woman's Club awards annual Officer of the Year recognition to Vienna MPO Tim Seitz

Police Officer Connects with Community

Council Supports Beulah Reconstruction

Council Supports Beulah Reconstruction

Crime Report

Crime Report

Stand-off, Suicide in Reston

Stand-off, Suicide in Reston

Follow the Money

Howell, Hunt and the $800,000 State Senate seat hangs in the balance.

Follow the Money

Reston Acts as Model for Planned Community Abroad

South Korean delegation tours Reston looking to import ideas about "New Town" communities to homeland.

Reston Acts as Model for Planned Community Abroad

Crime Report

Crime Report

Seeing Triple ...

Despite small size, local elementary school home to an 'unusual' number of twins and triplets.

Seeing Triple ...

Potomac Parades Again

Potomac Parades Again

Change of Command at Carderock

Change of Command at Carderock

Man Struck on Falls Road

Pedestrian was out for a morning walk.

Man Struck on Falls Road

More Classroom Space Proposed

Proposed school bond referendum will impact three greater Vienna area schools.

More Classroom Space Proposed

Potomac Parades Again

Potomac Parades Again

Change of Command at Carderock

Change of Command at Carderock

Showing School Spirit

Showing School Spirit

Pay Up and Build Anywhere

Annual Growth Policy expected to generate millions for new roads and schools, but development standards are more relaxed

Pay Up and Build Anywhere

Man Struck on Falls Road

Pedestrian was out for a morning walk.

Man Struck on Falls Road

Wegmans to Open in February

Wegmans to Open in February

Robinson Rams Rumble

Robinson Rams Rumble

Upcoming School Bond Impacts Fairfax Schools

Three Fairfax area schools are slated to receive funding from the upcoming school bond referendum.

Upcoming School Bond Impacts Fairfax Schools

Tour de Lee Showcases Trails

Tour de Lee Showcases Trails

Gettin' Buggy

Gettin' Buggy

Development Outpaces Road Construction

Development Outpaces Road Construction

Development Outpaces Road Construction

Development Outpaces Road Construction

Playmakers Draw Swords for '3 Musketeers'

Sterling Playmakers combine stage combat, dancing and acting in their fall production.

Playmakers Draw Swords for '3 Musketeers'

People Notes

People Notes

Rain Delays Reign at the New High School

Rain Delays Reign at the New High School

Robinson Rams Rumble

Robinson Rams Rumble

Rain Delays High School Construction

Rain Delays High School Construction

HCTV

HCTV

Halloween, With Dressing

At costume stores, no trend yet for Halloween 2003.

Halloween, With Dressing

At the Movies

At the Movies

Pay Up and Build Anywhere

Annual Growth Policy expected to generate millions for new roads and schools, but development standards are more relaxed

Pay Up and Build Anywhere

Real Estate

Real Estate

Real Estate

Real Estate

Raising Funds for Cancer Victim

Raising Funds for Cancer Victim

Now It's Voters' Turn to Speak

Voters will select local, state officials, answer two bond questions on Tuesday.

Now It's Voters' Turn to Speak

Crime Report

Crime Report

Hunt, Howell Address Retirees

Forum spotlights candidate difference.

Hunt, Howell Address Retirees

RCC Poll Causes Stir

Most voters go to polls since 1998, but not everyone happy.

RCC Poll Causes Stir

Watching, Tracking Commuters

American Legion Bridge study could be first step to a Techway study.

Watching, Tracking Commuters

How Should RCC Operate?

Decison on new rules for RCC governance to await new members.

How Should RCC Operate?

Watching, Tracking Commuters

American Legion Bridge study could be first step to a Techway study.

Watching, Tracking Commuters

Community Notes

Community Notes

Development Outpaces Road Construction

Development Outpaces Road Construction

Gettin' Buggy

Gettin' Buggy

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Cavaliers Trample Statesmen

Cavaliers Trample Statesmen

Monday, October 27

Questionnaire: Chalice Radakovich, School Board, Broad Run District

Questionnaire: Chalice Radakovich, School Board, Broad Run District

Questionnaire: Steve Simpson, Loudoun County Sheriff (Incumbent)

Questionnaire: Steve Simpson, Loudoun County Sheriff (Incumbent)

Questionnaire: John Murphy, Board of Supervisors, Dulles District

Questionnaire: John Murphy, Board of Supervisors, Dulles District

Questionnaire: Chris Jones, Loudoun County Sheriff

Questionnaire: Chris Jones, Loudoun County Sheriff

Questionnaire: Dick Black, State Delegate, District 32

Questionnaire: Dick Black, State Delegate, District 32

Questionnaire: Chris Harmison, Loudoun County Sheriff

Questionnaire: Chris Harmison, Loudoun County Sheriff

Questionnaire: Bob Ohneiser, School Board, Broad Run District

Questionnaire: Bob Ohneiser, School Board, Broad Run District

Questionnaire: Mark Davis, Loudoun County Sheriff

Questionnaire: Mark Davis, Loudoun County Sheriff

Questionnaire: Phil Daughenbaugh, Loudoun County Sheriff

Questionnaire: Phil Daughenbaugh, Loudoun County Sheriff

Hearings Set for Legislative Agenda

Board members seek citizen input on priorities for General Assembly. Hearing scheduled for Nov. 15.

Hearings Set for Legislative Agenda

Roundup

Roundup

Sullivan Named State Teacher of Year

Laurie Sullivan, Barrett Elementary’s “Project Discovery” teacher, wins recognition as 2004 Virginia Teacher of the Year.

Sullivan Named State Teacher of Year

Questionnaire: Phyllis Randall, School Board, Broad Run District

Questionnaire: Phyllis Randall, School Board, Broad Run District

Questionnaire: Pete Kalitka, Loudoun County Sheriff

Questionnaire: Pete Kalitka, Loudoun County Sheriff

Schools Plan Funding Policy

Policy could guard against corporate interference in education, but could also reject large donations from parents, PTA’s.

Schools Plan Funding Policy

Sunday, October 26

Questionnaire: Eugene Delgaudio, Board of Supervisors, Sterling District

Questionnaire: Eugene Delgaudio, Board of Supervisors, Sterling District

Questionnaire: Patti Morrissey, State Delegate, District 32

Questionnaire: Patti Morrissey, State Delegate, District 32

Questionnaire: Doug Reimel, Board of Supervisors, Sterling District

Questionnaire: Doug Reimel, Board of Supervisors, Sterling District

Questionnaire: Dave McWatters, State Delegate, District 32

Questionnaire: Dave McWatters, State Delegate, District 32

Thursday, October 23

Questionnaire: Joseph Guzman, School Board, Sugarland Run District

Questionnaire: Joseph Guzman, School Board, Sugarland Run District

Mary Margaret Whipple, State Senate, District 31

Mary Margaret Whipple, State Senate, District 31

Questionnaire: Warren Geurin, School Board, Sterling District

Questionnaire: Warren Geurin, School Board, Sterling District

Questionnaire: Mick Staton, Board of Supervisors, Sugarland Run District

Questionnaire: Mick Staton, Board of Supervisors, Sugarland Run District

Questionnaire: Lori Waters, Board of Supervisors, Broad Run District

Questionnaire: Lori Waters, Board of Supervisors, Broad Run District

Questionnaire: Bill Bogard, Board of Supervisors, Sugarland Run District

Questionnaire: Bill Bogard, Board of Supervisors, Sugarland Run District

Kamal Nawash, State Senate, District 31

Kamal Nawash, State Senate, District 31

Questionnaire: John Andrews, School Board, Potomac District

Questionnaire: John Andrews, School Board, Potomac District

Questionnaire: Kathy Lague, School Board, Potomac District

Questionnaire: Kathy Lague, School Board, Potomac District

Marian Van Landingham, State Delegate, District 45

Marian Van Landingham, State Delegate, District 45

Questionnaire: Bob Anderson, Commonwealth's Attorney

Questionnaire: Bob Anderson, Commonwealth's Attorney

Questionnaire: Tom Reed, School Board, At-Large

Questionnaire: Tom Reed, School Board, At-Large

Questionnaire: Al Van Huyck, Chairman, Board of Supervisors

Questionnaire: Al Van Huyck, Chairman, Board of Supervisors

Questionnaire: Jim Plowman, Commonwealth's Attorney

Questionnaire: Jim Plowman, Commonwealth's Attorney

Questionnaire: Chris Simmons, School Board, At-Large

Questionnaire: Chris Simmons, School Board, At-Large

Robert J. Test, State Delegate, District 45

Robert J. Test, State Delegate, District 45

Questionnaire: Bob Gordon, Chairman, Board of Supervisors

Questionnaire: Bob Gordon, Chairman, Board of Supervisors

Questionnaire: Scott York, Chairman, Board of Supervisors

Questionnaire: Scott York, Chairman, Board of Supervisors

Martin Opposes Belter

Letter to the Editor

Martin Opposes Belter

Questionnaire: Marlene Barney, School Board, Sterling District

Questionnaire: Marlene Barney, School Board, Sterling District

Questionnaire: Chuck Harris, Board of Supervisors, Broad Run District

Questionnaire: Chuck Harris, Board of Supervisors, Broad Run District

Wednesday, October 22

Oakton Gets Community Park

Corbalis property off Hunter Mill Road to be site for future county park.

Oakton Gets Community Park

Jack Rust Debates: Education

Editorial

Jack Rust Debates: Education

Recall McConnell

Letter to the Editor

Recall McConnell

Summerville Fights for Board Seat

Anti-stadium leader broadens platform in effort to attract bipartisan support.

Summerville Fights for Board Seat

Three Vie for Delegate Seat

Black, Morrissey and McWatters cite transportation, education and taxes as key issues.

Three Vie for Delegate Seat

Sickles Debates: Transportation

Editorial

Sickles Debates: Transportation

Smyth Hyland Disagree on Tax Cap

Smyth Hyland Disagree on Tax Cap

Housing Approved in Serpentine Barrens

Greenbriar development receives site plan approval; part of Serpentine Barrens preserved.

Housing Approved in Serpentine Barrens

Vandalized Political Signs

Letter to the Editor

Vandalized Political Signs

Inconsistent Pledge?

Letter to the Editor

Inconsistent Pledge?

Rust Campaigns for Old Seat

Fairfax Republican hopes for return to Richmond.

Rust Campaigns for Old Seat

McDowell Debates: Taxes

Editorial

McDowell Debates: Taxes

Where Was Cathy Belter?

Letter to the Editor

Where Was Cathy Belter?

Remove Signs

Letter to the Editor

Remove Signs

Responsibility? Accountability?

Letter to the Editor

Responsibility? Accountability?

Shannon Debates: Taxes

Editorial

Shannon Debates: Taxes

Two Run for Broad Run

Harris, Waters vie to be Broad Run supervisor for 2004-07 term.

Two Run for Broad Run

Signs, Signs, Signs

Letter to the Editor

Signs, Signs, Signs

Contributors Give for Many Reasons

Following the Money in the 34th Senate District and the 35th and 37th Delegate Districts

Contributors Give for Many Reasons

Kilgore's Office Asks for County Inquiry

Kilgore's Office Asks for County Inquiry

Frustration Fuels Wolfe in House Bid

Political newcomer wants to fix the budget mess.

Frustration Fuels Wolfe in House Bid

Candidates Address Women Voters

Annual League of Women Voters debate caps week of steady campaigning.

Candidates Address Women Voters

Cuccinelli is Wrong

Letter to the Editor

Cuccinelli is Wrong

Is There a Conflict?

Is There a Conflict?

Sickles Out of Touch

Letter to the Editor

Sickles Out of Touch

Two Run for Potomac District

Tulloch, Syeed seek seat on Board of Supervisors.

Two Run for Potomac District

Sickles Debates: Transportation

Editorial

Sickles Debates: Transportation

Reimel Runs Against Delgaudio

Sterling Park residents run for district supervisor seat.

Reimel Runs Against Delgaudio

Tejada Seeks Full Term

Incumbent looks for four years after completing Monroe’s term.

Tejada Seeks Full Term

Crime Log

Crime Log

Bolvin Debates: Transportation

Opinion

Bolvin Debates: Transportation

Credit Where Credit Is Due

Letter to the Editor

Credit Where Credit Is Due

Week in Springfield

Week in Springfield

Foster Seeks Reelection

Incumbent points to ‘promises kept,’ while opposition criticizes stance on sex ed.

Foster Seeks Reelection

Snow, Murphy Vie for Dulles Supervisor Seat

Two candidates seek to serve the Dulles District on the Board of Supervisors.

Snow, Murphy Vie for Dulles Supervisor Seat

Support for Terhar

Letter to the Editor

Support for Terhar

Support for Christian

Letter to the Editor

Support for Christian

Frustration Fuels Wolfe in House Bid

Political newcomer wants to fix the budget mess.

Frustration Fuels Wolfe in House Bid

Two Bond Questions

Two elementary schools, two public safety centers proposed.

Two Bond Questions

Support Abortion Rights

Letter to the Editor

Support Abortion Rights

For Once Callahan is Unopposed

For Once Callahan is Unopposed

Support for Petersen

Letter to the Editor

Support for Petersen

Frustration Fuels Wolfe in House Bid

Political newcomer wants to fix the budget mess.

Frustration Fuels Wolfe in House Bid

Big Brain, Big Heart

Letter to the Editor

Big Brain, Big Heart

Efforts to Abate Hurricane Isabel's Effects Continue

Belle View owners passe loan vote and stormwater engineers work on plans.

Efforts to Abate Hurricane Isabel's Effects Continue

Petersen Debates: Education

Editorial

Petersen Debates: Education

Running with Conviction

Anderson runs as independent, Plowman as Republican for Commonwealth Attorney for the November elections.

Running with Conviction

Candidates Address Local Issues

Eight Board of Supervisors candidates participate in final League of Women Voters Candidates Forum

Candidates Address Local Issues

Support School Bond

Letter to the Editor

Support School Bond

Fishtahler Makes School Bid

Challenger pushes for academics, arts, parent involvement.

Fishtahler Makes School Bid

Conflict of Interest Charged

Conflict of Interest Charged

Take Home a Piece of the Rock

Commons and circle being dedicated at West Potomac.

Take Home a Piece of the Rock

Celebrating Country Life

Celebrating Country Life

New Government Center Pays Off in the End

Construction savings come back to local coffers.

New Government Center Pays Off in the End

Crime Log

Crime Log

Vienna Church Celebrates 100th Anniversary

Vienna Church Celebrates 100th Anniversary

Crime Log

Crime Log

Loudoun County Parkway to be Paved

Loudoun County Parkway to be Paved

Crime Log

Crime Log

Supervisors Pedal Bike Plan for County

Board approves Draft Bicycle & Pedestrian Plan.

Supervisors Pedal Bike Plan for County

Candidates Address Local Issues

Eight Board of Supervisors candidates participate in final League of Women Voters Candidates Forum

Candidates Address Local Issues

Elementary School May Open Year Earlier

Growth in the Ashburn area pushes the need for earlier opening of Brambleton area elementary school.

Elementary School May Open Year Earlier

Rebels Topple Statesmen

Rebels Topple Statesmen

Westfield Hosts Haunted House and Wax Museum

Westfield Hosts Haunted House and Wax Museum

Bond Referendum Is Vital to Local Schools

Bond Referendum Is Vital to Local Schools

Roundups

Roundups

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Centreville's 'Dracula' Is Timely and Original

Centreville's 'Dracula' Is Timely and Original

Goblin Gallop is Sunday, Oct. 26

Goblin Gallop is Sunday, Oct. 26

Week in Burke

Week in Burke

Walkathon for Helping Homeless

Walkathon for Helping Homeless

Resource Teacher Honored For Program

Resource Teacher Honored For Program

Real-Estate Tax Cap Sought

Real-Estate Tax Cap Sought

‘Denim and Diamonds’ Supports Therapeutic Riding

Lift Me Up's gala pays for horseback therapy for disabled children

‘Denim and Diamonds’ Supports Therapeutic Riding

Week in Fairfax

Week in Fairfax

Evidence Presented in Jones Murder Case

Defense given extra time to subpoena witnesses.

Evidence Presented in Jones Murder Case

Isabel's Final Surge: Financial and Emotional

Recovery centers now closed, but assistance is still available.

Isabel's Final Surge: Financial and Emotional

Flu Season Here — Shots Urged

Flu Season Here — Shots Urged

Teens, Minority Voters May Be Key to Dean's Candidacy

Teens, Minority Voters May Be Key to Dean's Candidacy

Computer System Earns City Department Top Honors

Computer System Earns City Department Top Honors

Police Give Talk On Public Safety

Police Give Talk On Public Safety

The Way to Go at Metro

Huntington station gets experimental toilet.

The Way to Go at Metro

Dean Pitches Consistent Themes

Annual dinner highlighted by Democratic hopeful's speech.

Dean Pitches Consistent Themes

Veteran Clerk Unopposed

Edward Semonian has been in office since 1979.

Veteran Clerk Unopposed

Woman Robbed at ATM

Police Report

Woman Robbed at ATM

Museum Offers 13th Annual Hauntings

Museum Offers 13th Annual Hauntings

Crash Injures Off-Duty Police Officer

Crash Injures Off-Duty Police Officer

Mount Vernon Pulls Out All the Stops

Auction event at estate is largest fund-raiser.

Mount Vernon Pulls Out All the Stops

Calendar

Calendar

Garden Club Members View the Latest Fashions

Garden Club Members View the Latest Fashions

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Halloween

Halloween

Cuisine With a Greek Flair

Finn & Porter's chef brings culinary delights to area.

Cuisine With a Greek Flair

Calendar

Calendar

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Calendar

Calendar

Halloween

Halloween

Calendar

Calendar

Halloween

Halloween

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Calendar

Calendar

New York is Her Stage

T.C.'s Casey Wilson making her mark writing, producing, performing.

New York is Her Stage

Health Notes

Health Notes

Bike Trails: Good Neighbors For Some

Bike Trails: Good Neighbors For Some

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Going National with Local Talent

On the Campaign Trail with Kathy Lash and Joe Trippi

Going National with Local Talent

A Conservative Conservationist

Letter to the Editor

A Conservative Conservationist

Evidence Presented in Jones Murder Case

Defense given extra time to subpoena witnesses.

Evidence Presented in Jones Murder Case

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Local Volunteers Provide Respite Care

Oakton-based social services agency matches volunteers with special-needs children.

Local Volunteers Provide Respite Care

Man Charged with Grand Larceny

Man Charged with Grand Larceny

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Chairman Candidates: A Study in Contrasts

Voters will choose between "tax and spend liberal" and "dangerous ideologue."

Chairman Candidates: A Study in Contrasts

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Kelsey Challenges Incumbents

Republican hopes to buck GOP stereotypes.

Kelsey Challenges Incumbents

Negative Campaigning

Letter to the Editor

Negative Campaigning

Martin Responds to Belter

Letter to the Editor

Martin Responds to Belter

A 'Big' Difference

Letter to the Editor

A 'Big' Difference

Running for Sugarland Run

Bogard, incumbent, and Staton vie supervisor seat.

Running for Sugarland Run

Candidates Meet at Chamber Forum

Candidates Meet at Chamber Forum

A ZIP Code By Any Other Name

Attempts under way to designate Mount Vernon Farms, Va.

A ZIP Code By Any Other Name

Ferguson Seeks Second Term

Democratic incumbent sticks to platform, but takes heat.

Ferguson Seeks Second Term

Chamber Names Taylor for 2003 Top Award

Businesses recognized at annual event.

Chamber Names Taylor for 2003 Top Award

School Notes

School Notes

Week in Fairfax Station

Week in Fairfax Station

'Carmina Burana' Cantata

180 students in Westfield choirs to stage performance Oct. 27-28.

'Carmina Burana' Cantata

Clifton's Haunted Trail

Clifton's Haunted Trail is Saturday.

Clifton's Haunted Trail

Man Charged with Grand Larcenies

Man Charged with Grand Larcenies

New Minister to Lead Wellspring Church

New Minister to Lead Wellspring Church

Calendar

Calendar

Halloween

Halloween

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Tuesday, October 21

Springfield Medical Campus Debuts

Springfield Medical Campus Debuts

Questions About Congestion

Questions About Congestion

Support McDowell

Support McDowell

Hudgins for Hunter Mill

Hudgins for Hunter Mill

Cases Totally Different

Cases Totally Different

Puller for Senate, 36th

Puller for Senate, 36th

O'Brien for Senate, 39th

O'Brien for Senate, 39th

What Went Wrong?

Residents still losing power; investigations underway.

What Went Wrong?

Frey for Sully

Frey for Sully

Investigate Conflict in Dranesville

Investigate Conflict in Dranesville

Racist Fliers Alarm Residents

Racist Fliers Alarm Residents

John Michael Wolfe, State Delegate, District 41 (Part 2)

John Michael Wolfe, State Delegate, District 41 (Part 2)

Raising Taxes

Raising Taxes

Brad Center for School Board, Lee

Brad Center for School Board, Lee

Tom Rust for the 86th

Tom Rust for the 86th

Study Looks at Feasibility of Bike Network

The public is invited to weigh in on VDOT's study; network from Loudoun County to D.C. still a long way from reality.

Study Looks at Feasibility of Bike Network

Attacks on Democrats Baseless

Attacks on Democrats Baseless

Morrissey/Mitchell Poll Angers Muslims

Democratic challengers attack GOP opponents for Muslim donors.

Morrissey/Mitchell Poll Angers Muslims

Services to People With Disabilities Not a Priority

Services to People With Disabilities Not a Priority

Civic Calendar

Civic Calendar

Storck for School Board, Mt. Vernon

Storck for School Board, Mt. Vernon

Foust for Dranesville

Foust for Dranesville

Follow the Money

Follow the Money

John Michael Wolfe, State Delegate, District 41 (Part I)

John Michael Wolfe, State Delegate, District 41 (Part I)

Devolites for Senate in 34th

Devolites for Senate in 34th

Crime Report

Crime Report

Bolvin in the 43rd

Bolvin in the 43rd

Be Afraid, Very Afraid

Potomac residents scare their neighbors for charity.

Be Afraid, Very Afraid

Petersen for Delegate, 37th

Petersen for Delegate, 37th

Purvest Opposed to Technical Training

Purvest Opposed to Technical Training

Jim Mitchell for Senate in the 37th

Jim Mitchell for Senate in the 37th

Business Notes

Business Notes

School Board at Large

Pick three of Thompson, Terhar, Moon, Oleszek

School Board at Large

Unchallenged Candidates Focus on Agenda

Unchallenged Candidates Focus on Agenda

Attacks on Democrats Baseless

Attacks on Democrats Baseless

Connolly for Chairman

Connolly for Chairman

Support McDowell

Support McDowell

Belter for School Board, Springfield District

Belter for School Board, Springfield District

Tom Rust for the 86th

Tom Rust for the 86th

Gibson for Hunter Mill

Gibson for Hunter Mill

Support Dave Hunt for Senate

Support Dave Hunt for Senate

Gerry Hyland for Mount Vernon

Gerry Hyland for Mount Vernon

Two Vie for Revenue Seat

Wertz, Luz assess their goals for the Office of Commissioner of Revenue.

Two Vie for Revenue Seat

Potomac Day Schedule

Potomac Day Schedule

Dillard in the 41st

Dillard in the 41st

Howell for Senate in 32nd

Howell for Senate in 32nd

Welcome Home

Welcome Home

Southgate Breaks Ground

With construction set to begin, focus turns to programming at future recreation center in south Reston.

Southgate Breaks Ground

A Golden Celebration At Garfield

A Golden Celebration At Garfield

Hudgins Unresponsive

Hudgins Unresponsive

A Tax is a Tax

A Tax is a Tax

Skate Park Looms Over RCC Preference Poll

Voting ends on Oct. 18 in most "competitive" RCC board race in years.

Skate Park Looms Over RCC Preference Poll

Shannon for Delegate, 35th District

Shannon for Delegate, 35th District

Smyth for Providence

Smyth for Providence

Three Vie for Chairman's Seat

York competes with Gordon, Van Huyck to retain Board of Supervisors' chairmanship.

Three Vie for Chairman's Seat

Kathy Smith for Sully Schools

Kathy Smith for Sully Schools

Balanced Approach

Balanced Approach

Business Notes

Business Notes

Right to Read Endorses Candidates

Right to Read Endorses Candidates

Taxes Dominate 41st District Delegate Race

Michael Golden, 29, takes on James Dillard, 30-year incumbent.

Taxes Dominate 41st District Delegate Race

Barry for Sheriff

Barry for Sheriff

Six Men, One Office

Six candidates vie for the Sheriff's seat in the 2003 election.

Six Men, One Office

Amundson in the 44th

Amundson in the 44th

Japanese Students Immersed in Homecoming

Japanese Students Immersed in Homecoming

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Goat Farm Rezoning Approved

Goat Farm Rezoning Approved

District Station Finally Unveiled

District Station Finally Unveiled

Elden Street Players Premiere 'Accomplice'

Whodunit Opens Friday

Elden Street Players Premiere 'Accomplice'

Business Notes

Business Notes

Foundation Celebrates Arts, Future Center

Foundation Celebrates Arts, Future Center

District Station Finally Unveiled

District Station Finally Unveiled

Promoting Safety Through Fun

Promoting Safety Through Fun

Body Discovered in Lake Newport

Newport Shores residents stumbled upon a grisly discovery in their backyard Sunday evening when the body of a missing Reston woman was found floating off the shore of Lake Newport in the North Reston

Body Discovered in Lake Newport

Robert H. Kalinowski, M.D., Anesthesiologist

Robert H. Kalinowski, M.D., Anesthesiologist

District Station Finally Unveiled

District Station Finally Unveiled

Homecoming At Hayfield Secondary

Homecoming At Hayfield Secondary

Burke Land Designated For Disabled Housing

Burke Land Designated For Disabled Housing

BioPay Spreads Through Herndon

Customers Pay with Touch of a Finger

BioPay Spreads Through Herndon

Workshops & Classes

Workshops & Classes

Burke Land Designated For Disabled Housing

Burke Land Designated For Disabled Housing

At the Movies

At the Movies

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

HCTV

HCTV

Workshops & Classes

Workshops & Classes

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

Gibson Defends Report

Gibson Defends Report

Education Notebook 10/22/03

Education Notebook 10/22/03

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Larger Fire Station Approved

New fence will be constructed.

Larger Fire Station Approved

British Homecoming at SLHS

South Lakes High School hosts group of Oxford students during Homecoming Week.

British Homecoming at SLHS

This Week in Potomac

This Week in Potomac

Nasty and Strident Camp[aign

Nasty and Strident Camp[aign

Business Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Monday, October 20

Dan Storck, Mount Vernon District School Board

Dan Storck, Mount Vernon District School Board

James Dillard, State Delegate, District 41

James Dillard, State Delegate, District 41

Mychele Brickner, Chairman, Fairfax County Board of Supervisors

Mychele Brickner, Chairman, Fairfax County Board of Supervisors

Marsha Paul, Mount Vernon District School Board

Marsha Paul, Mount Vernon District School Board

Gerry Connelly, Chairman, Fairfax County Board of Supervisors

Gerry Connelly, Chairman, Fairfax County Board of Supervisors

Cathy Hudgins, Hunter Mill District Supervisor

Cathy Hudgins, Hunter Mill District Supervisor

Doug Bushée, Hunter Mill District Supervisor

Doug Bushée, Hunter Mill District Supervisor

Jim Vickery, Fairfax County Sheriff

Jim Vickery, Fairfax County Sheriff

Mark Sickles, State Delegate, District 43

Mark Sickles, State Delegate, District 43

Michael Golden, State Delegate, District 41

Michael Golden, State Delegate, District 41

Roundup

Roundup

Dremo's Reopens After Summer Shutdown

Three months after inspectors shut it down, Dr. Dremo’s Taphouse reopens with updated look, more entertainment.

Dremo's Reopens After Summer Shutdown

Helping Home Buyers

In discussion over Virginia Square development, County Board looks to promote affordable home ownership.

Helping Home Buyers

Stan Barry, Fairfax County Sheriff

Stan Barry, Fairfax County Sheriff

Tom Bolvin, State Delegate, District 43

Tom Bolvin, State Delegate, District 43

Thursday, October 16

Purvis Dawson, Mount Vernon District Supervisor

Purvis Dawson, Mount Vernon District Supervisor

SHERIFF

SHERIFF

Janet Howell, State Senate, District 32

Janet Howell, State Senate, District 32

Dave Albo, State Delegate, District 39

Dave Albo, State Delegate, District 39

Nell Hurley, School Board At-Large

Nell Hurley, School Board At-Large

Chris Braunlich, State Senate, District 36

Chris Braunlich, State Senate, District 36

How To Endorse

How To Endorse

Debate Season Kicks Off

Board, Senate hopefuls meet in Pimmit Hills.

Debate Season Kicks Off

34th Race -- Devolites

35th District Delegate Jeannemarie Devolites Aims to Jump from the House of Delegates to the State Senate.

34th Race -- Devolites

Moon Seeks Return to School Board

Election 2003: School Board at Large

Moon Seeks Return to School Board

Gerry Hyland, Mount Vernon District Supervisor

Gerry Hyland, Mount Vernon District Supervisor

Don’t Let 'Unopposed' Slow Turnout

Democracy? Political strategies — safe districts, unopposed candidates — discourage voter turnout.

Don’t Let 'Unopposed' Slow Turnout

Cathy Belter, Springfield District School Board

Cathy Belter, Springfield District School Board

Bolvin Banks on Experience

Bolvin Banks on Experience

It's All About Taxes

O'Brien and Galligan trade views at Greenspring Village Candidates Forum.

It's All About Taxes

Georgette Kohler, Sully District Supervisor

Georgette Kohler, Sully District Supervisor

Hurley Runs for School Board

Hurley Runs for School Board

Soil and Water Seats Up for Grabs

Five candidates vie for three seats.

Soil and Water Seats Up for Grabs

Greg Galligan, State Senate, District 39

Greg Galligan, State Senate, District 39

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

34th Race -- Christian

34th District Candidate Ronald F. "Ron" Christian Focuses his Campaign on his Service to the Community

34th Race -- Christian

Jim Mitchell, State Senate, District 37

Jim Mitchell, State Senate, District 37

Vivian Watts, State Delegate, District 39

Vivian Watts, State Delegate, District 39

Brian Moran, State Delegate, District 46

Brian Moran, State Delegate, District 46

Contributions: Trouble by Design

Candidates are playing by the rules, but the rules need to change.

Contributions: Trouble by Design

First-Time Politicians Get Their Feet Wet

Candidates out in force as November elections loom.

First-Time Politicians Get Their Feet Wet

First, Register; Then Vote

First, Register; Then Vote

Senate Race Heats Up

State Senate: Howell, Hunt Spar in Debate

Senate Race Heats Up

John Foust, Dranesville Supervisor

John Foust, Dranesville Supervisor

Lynn Terhar, School Board At-Large

Lynn Terhar, School Board At-Large

Stu Gibson, Hunter Mill School Board

Stu Gibson, Hunter Mill School Board

Unchallenged Candidates Focus on Agenda

Unchallenged Candidates Focus on Agenda

Oleszek Runs for School Board

Oleszek Runs for School Board

Arthur Purves, Hunter Mill School Board

Arthur Purves, Hunter Mill School Board

NORTHERN VIRGINIA SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT

NORTHERN VIRGINIA SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT

Brickner Unveils Transportation Plan

Connolly calls her suggestions "slogans."

Brickner Unveils Transportation Plan

Tim Hugo, State Delegate, District 40

Tim Hugo, State Delegate, District 40

No Shortage of Ideas

There is hope: tax restructuring might be possible in 2004.

No Shortage of Ideas

Kathy Smith, Sully District School Board

Kathy Smith, Sully District School Board

Michael Frey, Sully District Supervisor

Michael Frey, Sully District Supervisor

Republican Robert McDowell Seeks 35th District Seat

Republican Robert McDowell Seeks 35th District Seat

Jay O'Brien, State Senate, District 39

Jay O'Brien, State Senate, District 39

Jeannemarie Devolites, State Senate, District 34

Jeannemarie Devolites, State Senate, District 34

Candidate Forums Heat Up

School Board, supervisor hopefuls square off.

Candidate Forums Heat Up

Brad Center, Lee District School Board

Brad Center, Lee District School Board

Candidates Speak on Local Issues

State, local candidates answer residents' questions at Falcons Landing candidates forum.

Candidates Speak on Local Issues

Hudgins, Bushée Trade Barbs

Hunter Mill hopefuls go head-to-head in race for supervisor seat.

Hudgins, Bushée Trade Barbs

Bumper Year for Unopposed Candidates

Redistricting may be partly to blame.

Bumper Year for Unopposed Candidates

Dunn Loring Democrat Steve Shannon Campaigns for Delegate Seat Representing the 35th District

Dunn Loring Democrat Steve Shannon Campaigns for Delegate Seat Representing the 35th District

Sheriff's Race Already Heating Up

Primary contest giving way to 1999 rematch.

Sheriff's Race Already Heating Up

Rita Thompson Runs for School Board at Large

Rita Thompson Runs for School Board at Large

Ken Plum, State Delegate, District 36

Ken Plum, State Delegate, District 36

How To Define 'Core' Services

How To Define 'Core' Services

Steve Hunt, School Board At-Large

Steve Hunt, School Board At-Large

Connolly, Brickner Face B'nai B'rith

Yom Kippur forum follows Haifa suicide attack.

Connolly, Brickner Face B'nai B'rith

Brickner, Connolly and Now Good?

Jeremy Good running for chairman, hails from the Green Party.

Brickner, Connolly and Now Good?

Linda Smyth, Providence District Supervisor

Linda Smyth, Providence District Supervisor

Rhetoric Intensifies as Election Nears

Brickner and Connolly attack each other in race for Chairman.

Rhetoric Intensifies as Election Nears

Brickner, Connolly and Now Good?

Jeremy Good running for chairman, hails from the Green Party.

Brickner, Connolly and Now Good?

GENERAL ASSEMBLY

GENERAL ASSEMBLY

Terhar Vies for At-Large Seat

Election 2003: School Board at Large

Terhar Vies for At-Large Seat

Partisan Politics in Vienna?

Vienna Town Council grapples with political endorsements.

Partisan Politics in Vienna?

Dawson Challenges Hyland

Dawson Challenges Hyland

Jim Hyland, Providence District Supervisor

Jim Hyland, Providence District Supervisor

Tessie Wilson, Braddock District School Board

Tessie Wilson, Braddock District School Board

Rob McDowell, State Delegate, District 35

Rob McDowell, State Delegate, District 35

Ron Christian, State Senate, District 34

Ron Christian, State Senate, District 34

Phil Niedzielski-Eichner, Providence School Board

Phil Niedzielski-Eichner, Providence School Board

Gary Reese, State Delegate, District 67

Gary Reese, State Delegate, District 67

Janet Oleszek, School Board At-Large

Janet Oleszek, School Board At-Large

In Search of Good Questions

The right questions will help sort out candidates' experience, character, new ideas, problem-solving ability.

In Search of Good Questions

Dana Kauffman, Lee District Supervisor

Dana Kauffman, Lee District Supervisor

Sharon Bulova, Braddock District Supervisor

Sharon Bulova, Braddock District Supervisor

Proposed 2003 Bond Referendum

Proposed 2003 Bond Referendum

Senate Candidates' Dash for Cash

Howell benefits from developers and PACs; Hunt from family ties.

Senate Candidates' Dash for Cash

Ilryong Moon, School Board At-Large

Ilryong Moon, School Board At-Large

Scott Martin, Springfield District School Board

Scott Martin, Springfield District School Board

Joan DuBois, Dranesville Supervisor

Joan DuBois, Dranesville Supervisor

Hunt Puts Fundamentals First

Election 2003: School Board at Large

Hunt Puts Fundamentals First

Voters Asked to Approve Bonds for Schools

Voters Asked to Approve Bonds for Schools

Sickles Targets Growth

Sickles Targets Growth

Jack Rust, State Delegate, District 37

Jack Rust, State Delegate, District 37

Wednesday, October 15

Why Vienna Practices Nonpartisan Politics

Town officials insist town government will stay clear of party politics

Why Vienna Practices Nonpartisan Politics

Crime

Crime

Elaine McConnell, Springfield District Supervisor

Elaine McConnell, Springfield District Supervisor

Former Feds Hear Candidates Debate

Former Feds Hear Candidates Debate

Martin, Belter Aim for School Board Seat

Belter shooting for second term against political novice.

Martin, Belter Aim for School Board Seat

Shannon Seeks 35th District Seat

Democrat helped bring AMBER Alert to region.

Shannon Seeks 35th District Seat

Cecil Vies for Sully School Board Seat

Cecil Vies for Sully School Board Seat

Tom Rust, State Delegate, District 86

Tom Rust, State Delegate, District 86

Galligan Levels Accusations about O'Brien Fund-Raiser

Galligan Levels Accusations about O'Brien Fund-Raiser

Rust Aims to Keep Delegate Seat

Election 2003: House of Delegates, 86th District

Rust Aims to Keep Delegate Seat

Christian, Devolites Spar Over Debates

Christian, Devolites Spar Over Debates

McDowell Seeks 35th District Seat

Republican signed 'No New Taxes Pledge.'

McDowell Seeks 35th District Seat

Carl Cecil, Sully District School Board

Carl Cecil, Sully District School Board

Fairfax Democrat and former City Council member seeks sophomore term.

Fairfax Democrat and former City Council member seeks sophomore term.

Crime

Crime

Jim Kelly, State Delegate, District 86

Jim Kelly, State Delegate, District 86

Mitchell Targets Education, Transit

Mitchell Targets Education, Transit

Janie Strauss, Dranesville School Board

Janie Strauss, Dranesville School Board

Galligan Hopes for an Upset Victory

Galligan Hopes for an Upset Victory

Morrissey/Mitchell Poll Angers Muslims

Democratic challengers attack GOP opponents for Muslim donors.

Morrissey/Mitchell Poll Angers Muslims

Galligan, O'Brien Trade Barbs over Fund-raiser

Galligan, O'Brien Trade Barbs over Fund-raiser

Candidates Debate Taxes, Spending Plans

Candidates Debate Taxes, Spending Plans

Steve Shannon, State Delegate, District 35

Steve Shannon, State Delegate, District 35

Michael Frey Is Seeking Re-Election

Michael Frey Is Seeking Re-Election

Debate Season Kicks Off

Board, Senate hopefuls meet in Pimmit Hills.

Debate Season Kicks Off

David Kennedy, State Delegate, District 44

David Kennedy, State Delegate, District 44

Cuccinelli Eyes Return to Richmond

Cuccinelli Eyes Return to Richmond

Jim Scott, State Delegate, District 53

Jim Scott, State Delegate, District 53

For Saslaw, 23 Years and Counting

For Saslaw, 23 Years and Counting

Smith Seeks Re-election to School Board

Smith Seeks Re-election to School Board

Kelly: Traffic and Tax Reform High Priorities

Election 2003: House of Delegates, 86th District

Kelly: Traffic and Tax Reform High Priorities

Crime

Crime

Taxes New and Old, Topic of Debate

Candidates field questions from local retirees in recent debate.

Taxes New and Old, Topic of Debate

Time Runs Out on Laborer Site

Reston Interfaith Asks for Indefinite Deferral

Time Runs Out on Laborer Site

Whipple Makes Bid for Third Term

Democratic incumbent looks to lead tax reform, as opponent criticizes her record.

Whipple Makes Bid for Third Term

Fortnightly Square Development to Begin Soon

Fortnightly Square Development to Begin Soon

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Bench Warrant Issued For Centreville Man

Bench Warrant Issued For Centreville Man

Paul VI Opens New Student Activity Center

Paul VI Opens New Student Activity Center

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Protests Against Roads

Residents Oppose Bypass, Tri-County Projects

Protests Against Roads

ABC Agents Seize Still in Fair Oaks

ABC Agents Seize Still in Fair Oaks

Helem Guilty of Murder; Jurors Recommend Life

Helem Guilty of Murder; Jurors Recommend Life

Redeveloping Fairfax

Citizens urge downtown redevelopment retain historic quality; council gives go-ahead for Blenheim master plan project.

Redeveloping Fairfax

Springfield Hilton Turns 25

Springfield Hilton Turns 25

Clifton's Haunted Trail: Scary Creatures, Movies

Clifton's Haunted Trail: Scary Creatures, Movies

Springfield Hilton Turns 25

Springfield Hilton Turns 25

Sharing the Labor and the Fruit

Gardening is easier and more fun when people work together.

Sharing the Labor and the Fruit

Authentic Vietnamese Cuisine

Newest restaurant opens on Mt. Vernon Avenue.

Authentic Vietnamese Cuisine

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Authentic Vietnamese Cuisine

Newest restaurant opens on Mt. Vernon Avenue.

Authentic Vietnamese Cuisine

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Calendar

Calendar

Mount Vernon Orchestra Introduces Audiences to Exciting Argentinean Sounds

Mount Vernon Orchestra Introduces Audiences to Exciting Argentinean Sounds

Calendar

Calendar

Health Notes

Health Notes

Probably Human West Nile Case

Probably Human West Nile Case

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith

Faith

Faith

Faith

Faith

Faith

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Education Notebook - 10/15/03

Education Notebook - 10/15/03

Voters Asked to Approve Bonds for Schools

Voters Asked to Approve Bonds for Schools

Mount Vernon Orchestra Introduces Audiences to Exciting Argentinean Sounds

Mount Vernon Orchestra Introduces Audiences to Exciting Argentinean Sounds

Crime

Crime

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Proposed 2003 Bond Referendum

Proposed 2003 Bond Referendum

Kohler: 'Time for a Change'

Kohler: 'Time for a Change'

Galligan Hopes for Upset in Senate Race

Galligan Hopes for Upset in Senate Race

Springfield Hilton Turns 25

Springfield Hilton Turns 25

Calendar

Calendar

Roundups

Roundups

Community Mourns Death Of Jacob Salter

Community Mourns Death Of Jacob Salter

Authentic Vietnamese Cuisine

Newest restaurant opens on Mt. Vernon Avenue.

Authentic Vietnamese Cuisine

Faith

Faith

Faith

Faith

Tuesday, October 14

Will Clean Air Empty Tables?

County ban on smoking in restaurants withstands its first challenge and goes into effect.

Will Clean Air Empty Tables?

Potomac Day Will Honor Many

Master Plan Advisory Group spawns “Citizens of the Year.”

Potomac Day Will Honor Many

Falls Road Fire Station Wants To Expand

Residents concerned about proposal.

Falls Road Fire Station Wants To Expand

No More Jogging

Intersection could be repaired before the end of the year.

No More Jogging

Dorothy R. "Dottie" Davis

Obituary

Dorothy R. "Dottie" Davis

River's Civil War

River's Civil War

Walking a Mile (or Blocks) in the Candidate's Shoes

Walking a Mile (or Blocks) in the Candidate's Shoes

Preventing Fires

Fire Prevention Week is every week.

Preventing Fires

Arson In the Streets of Plymouth Haven

Arson In the Streets of Plymouth Haven

Neighbors Criticize Providence Rezoning

14 homes approved for seven acres; residents say that’s one house too many.

Neighbors Criticize Providence Rezoning

The Way to Go At Metro

Huntington station gets experimental toilet.

The Way to Go At Metro

Clemyjontri: A Park to Share

From the back of a carousel horse, disabled children feel wind in their hair

Clemyjontri: A Park to Share

Growth Plans: Smart or Not Smart?

Revised Comprehensive Plan outlines county’s growth for 20 years, but can be changed by future Boards of Supervisors.

Growth Plans: Smart or Not Smart?

Mendelsohn Speaks His Mind

After eight years, Dranesville Supervisor has two meetings left

Mendelsohn Speaks His Mind

Malvo Defense Seeks Insanity Plea

Malvo Defense Seeks Insanity Plea

Dorothy R. "Dottie" Davis

Obituary

Dorothy R. "Dottie" Davis

Clemyjontri: A Place Where All Children Can Plan

From the back of a carousel horse, children with disabilities feel the wind in their hair

Clemyjontri: A Place Where All Children Can Plan

Business Notes

Business Notes

Shockey Family Reels from 'Down-Zoning'

Shockey Family Reels from 'Down-Zoning'

Taxes Dominate 41st District Delegate Race

Michael Golden, 29, takes on James Dillard, 30-year incumbent.

Taxes Dominate 41st District Delegate Race

Neighbors Object to Parkway Addition

New community, longtime residents decry road realignment.

Neighbors Object to Parkway Addition

Showing Off Tricks of The Trade

Showing Off Tricks of The Trade

SUP Enforcement To Be Scrutinized

SUP Enforcement To Be Scrutinized

Woman Awarded Damages In Wrongful Surgery Case

Doctor operated on wrong eye; local woman wins suit.

Woman Awarded Damages In Wrongful Surgery Case

Planning Commission Votes for Free Speech

Planning Commission Votes for Free Speech

Reiley Heads National Women's Caucus

Reiley Heads National Women's Caucus

Fall Festival Enthralls All at Burke Nursery

Fall Festival Enthralls All at Burke Nursery

Parkway Plans Spark Outrage

New community, longtime residents decry road realignment.

Parkway Plans Spark Outrage

Recovery Efforts Continue in Wake of Isabel

GW bike path, marina slowly being rebuilt.

Recovery Efforts Continue in Wake of Isabel

Taxes Dominate 41st District Delegate Race

Michael Golden, 29, takes on James Dillard, 30-year incumbent.

Taxes Dominate 41st District Delegate Race

A Clear Road Ahead

Saslaw and Ticer Running Unopposed Again

A Clear Road Ahead

Business Notes

Business Notes

Week in Springfield

Week in Springfield

Taxes Dominate 41st District Delegate Race

Michael Golden, 29, takes on James Dillard, 30-year incumbent.

Taxes Dominate 41st District Delegate Race

Boswell’s Back Door

No formal appeal will be filed in denial of sewer service, but there will be an appeal.

Boswell’s Back Door

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Neighbors Object to Parkway Addition

New community, longtime residents decry road realignment.

Neighbors Object to Parkway Addition

Fall Festival Enthralls All

Fall Festival Enthralls All

Week in Fairfax Station

Week in Fairfax Station

Hiking and Biking the City's Trails

Archaeology Month highlighted by touring heritage trail.

Hiking and Biking the City's Trails

Business Notes

Business Notes

New Theaters To Offer Stadium Seating

New Theaters To Offer Stadium Seating

This Week in Potomac

This Week in Potomac

Consultant: IMVH Prognosis Clouded

Consultant: IMVH Prognosis Clouded

Wind, Rain, and Havoc — Again

Another storm causes major damage, power outages.

Wind, Rain, and Havoc — Again

CARE To Give IHS A Bill Of Particulars

CARE To Give IHS A Bill Of Particulars

Mendelsohn Speaks His Mind

After eight years in office, Dranesvile's Supervisor has two board meetings left before the Nov. 4 election

Mendelsohn Speaks His Mind

Dorothy R. "Dottie" Davis

Obituary

Dorothy R. "Dottie" Davis

Week in Burke

Week in Burke

Week in Fairfax

Week in Fairfax

Thursday, October 9

Park Authority and MYS Celebrate Field Opening

Loan Covers Cost of Artificial Turf, For Now

Park Authority and MYS Celebrate Field Opening

Board of Zoning Appeals Rules that Special Exception is Needed at Lewinsville Park

Board of Zoning Appeals Rules that Special Exception is Needed at Lewinsville Park

Malvo Brainwashed Say Attorneys

Malvo's sanity not an issue says Commonwealth's Attorney.

Malvo Brainwashed Say Attorneys

Candidates Night Oct. 14 in Great Falls

Candidates Night Oct. 14 in Great Falls

Senator’s Wife Abducted in McLean

Senator’s Wife Abducted in McLean

Wednesday, October 8

VRE Chief Resigns

VRE Chief Resigns

Business Notes

Business Notes

Fifteenth Annual Best Buddies Ball

Fifteenth Annual Best Buddies Ball

From Maine to Africa, Via Reston

Retired Reston lawyer brings summer camp to African children with AIDS.

From Maine to Africa, Via Reston

Crime Log

Crime Log

Community Notes

Community Notes

Horse Shows, Competitions at Issue

Horse Shows, Competitions at Issue

Crime Report

Crime Report

Community Notes

Community Notes

Signs of Progress

Long, slow work continues.

Signs of Progress

Proposed Changes to Head Start to ‘Water Down’ Program

Low-income families learn to work together to prepare youngsters to kindergarten.

Proposed Changes to Head Start to ‘Water Down’ Program

Fifteenth Annual Best Buddies Ball

Fifteenth Annual Best Buddies Ball

Tax Cap Splits County GOP

McConnell sides with Democrats.

Tax Cap Splits County GOP

Local Healthcare Worker Publishes First Novel

Local Healthcare Worker Publishes First Novel

Flurry of Activity at Recovery Center

FEMA, SBA process help at South County location.

Flurry of Activity at Recovery Center

Living With Nuclear Power

Fort Belvoir's history still evident today along the Potomac.

Living With Nuclear Power

Rec Center Safety Scrutinized

A boy is the victim of a sexual assault at Wakefield Park while it is under a safety assessment.

Rec Center Safety Scrutinized

Horse Shows, Competitions at Issue

Horse Shows, Competitions at Issue

Crime Log

Crime Log

Business Notes

Business Notes

Crime Log

Crime Log

Crime Log

Crime Log

Crime Log

Crime Log

Community Notes

Community Notes

People Notes

People Notes

VRE Chief Resigns

VRE Chief Resigns

Military Notes

Military Notes

Julian Robert Hansborough

Obituary

Julian Robert Hansborough

Hit-and-Run Goes to Grand Jury

Hit-and-Run Goes to Grand Jury

10th Annual Goblin Gallop is Oct. 26

10th Annual Goblin Gallop is Oct. 26

Flores Pleads Guilty To Sexual Assault

Flores Pleads Guilty To Sexual Assault

A Place To Do Business

Westfields creates elite club for business leaders.

A Place To Do Business

Lake Accotink: Civil War Hotspot

Research on Lake Accotink Park's Civil War days uncovers more than expected.

Lake Accotink: Civil War Hotspot

WFCM Celebrates New Location in Chantilly

WFCM Celebrates New Location in Chantilly

Criminal Case Against Coach Moves Forward

Criminal Case Against Coach Moves Forward

Soccer Coach Jailed; Court Date is Set

Soccer Coach Jailed; Court Date is Set

Business Notes

Business Notes

VRE Chief Resigns

VRE Chief Resigns

Going Back to School

Students get a visit from local officials.

Going Back to School

VRE Garage May Jump Tracks

VRE Garage May Jump Tracks

Campaign Signs Vandalized in 43rd District

Vandals target delegates’ signs along Franconia Road.

Campaign Signs Vandalized in 43rd District

VRE Garage May Jump Tracks

VRE Garage May Jump Tracks

Week in Fairfax

Week in Fairfax

Road Projects Elicit Strong Resident Reactions

Road Projects Elicit Strong Resident Reactions

Remembering Rachel Crossett

Brownies Raise Funds for Rachel's Park

Remembering Rachel Crossett

Clifton Day is Oct. 12

Clifton Day is Oct. 12

Roundups

Roundups

People Notes

People Notes

Citizen Power Takes On Inova

Rally to save hospital draws support.

Citizen Power Takes On Inova

Tax Service Yields Big Returns for Area Residents

Free service helps those in need.

Tax Service Yields Big Returns for Area Residents

Two Developments — Two Outcomes

Two Developments — Two Outcomes

T.C. Homecoming Traditional, But Heartbreaking

Chantilly foils Titans' day with football victory; king and queen crowned.

T.C. Homecoming Traditional, But Heartbreaking

Fire Prevention: More Than a Week

Fire Prevention: More Than a Week

60 Years of Catching Up

GW class of '43 holds a reunion.

60 Years of Catching Up

Fall Fairs & Bazaars

Fall Fairs & Bazaars

City Organization Tabbed for Foundation Award

Tenants' and Workers' Support Committee chosen for leadership recognition.

City Organization Tabbed for Foundation Award

Officer Cleared

Excessive force charges unfounded, according to reports.

Officer Cleared

Military Notes

Military Notes

Volunteers

Volunteers

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Calendar

Calendar

Rec Center Safety Scrutinized

A boy is the victim of a sexual assault at Wakefield Park while it is under a safety assessment.

Rec Center Safety Scrutinized

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

At the Movies

At the Movies

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Classes

Classes

Where Art and Food Mix

Annual Friends of Torpedo Factory event is this weekend.

Where Art and Food Mix

Calendar

Calendar

Channel 28

Channel 28

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Calendar

Calendar

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Calendar

Calendar

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Calendar

Calendar

Volunteers

Volunteers

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organzations

Clubs & Organzations

Veteran and Newcomer In the House

Both Moran and Ebbin Running Unopposed in November

Veteran and Newcomer In the House

Volunteers

Volunteers

Volunteers

Volunteers

Calendar

Calendar

Classes

Classes

Calendar

Calendar

Classes

Classes

HCTV

HCTV

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Home Improvement Extravaganza at Home Show

Home Improvement Extravaganza at Home Show

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Real Estate

Real Estate

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Test Answer Sheets Lost in Mail

Mistake means that some Edison High students must retake SOLs.

Test Answer Sheets Lost in Mail

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

School Notes

School Notes

College Notes

College Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Health Notes

Health Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Week in Springfield

Week in Springfield

Hyland's Recipe: Sunshine and Lobsters — Again

Hyland's Recipe: Sunshine and Lobsters — Again

Rec Center Safety Scrutinized

A boy is the victim of a sexual assault at Wakefield Park while it is under a safety assessment.

Rec Center Safety Scrutinized

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Community Notes

Community Notes

Teen Charged With 6 Crimes

Teen Charged With 6 Crimes

An Avenue of Art

Del Ray's day didn't disappoint the crowds.

An Avenue of Art

School Notes

School Notes

Salon Raising Money for Cancer Charity

Salon Raising Money for Cancer Charity

Visitors Center Questioned

Planning Commission seeks answers.

Visitors Center Questioned

Entertainment Calendar

Entertainment Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Entertainment Calendar

Entertainment Calendar

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Tuesday, October 7

Moorefield House Comes Down Bit by Bit

Moorefield House Comes Down Bit by Bit

Plane Sinks in The Potomac

Plane Sinks in The Potomac

Lost And Found

Potomac Village Deli delivery truck taken for a joy ride.

Lost And Found

Water: It's All Up for Grabs

Supreme Court will decide what rights Maryland, Virginia have to the Potomac River.

Water: It's All Up for Grabs

Town Designates Cemetery as Historic Site

Town Designates Cemetery as Historic Site

Supervisors Reconsider Zoning

Board of Supervisors send Belmont Glen’s rezoning request back to Land Use.

Supervisors Reconsider Zoning

Optimists Pledge Funds to HMS Performing Arts

Optimists Pledge Funds to HMS Performing Arts

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Tax Break for Hybrid Vehicles

Tax Break for Hybrid Vehicles

Arts Week Activities

Arts Week Activities

Arts Week Kicks Off Monday

Arts Week Kicks Off Monday

Comedy on Delivery

Fairfax's Providence Players to present bawdy British farce.

Comedy on Delivery

Reinventing Old Town

Developers offer designs for public review.

Reinventing Old Town

Dancing Dream Becomes Reality

Fairfax native returns to area as a member of the Mark Morris Dance Group.

Dancing Dream Becomes Reality

Church To Expand

Town Supports Church's Proposal

Church To Expand

House Tour: A Look Inside Reston

The second annual Reston House Tour, benefiting the Reston Historic Trust, unlocks the doors to five homes.

House Tour: A Look Inside Reston

Fight The Power

Pepco listens as residents vent their frustrations.

Fight The Power

Strokes of 'Imagination'

Leesburg artist Dasher Chagnaa displays artwork, works out of his studio at Gallery 222.

Strokes of 'Imagination'

Herndon Shows Its 'Pride'

Herndon Shows Its 'Pride'

If These Leaves Could Talk

Birthday party for centuries-old tree in Travilah.

If These Leaves Could Talk

Talking Taxes

Candidates field questions from local retirees in recent debate.

Talking Taxes

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

Education Notebook - 10/08/03

Education Notebook - 10/08/03

Auditor Wants More Money

Auditor Wants More Money

Another Transit Center?

Loudoun Station proposed as smaller Transit-Related Center near Dulles Greenway.

Another Transit Center?

Cougars Trounce Jaguars at Oakton Homecoming

Cougars Trounce Jaguars at Oakton Homecoming

Ten Pursue Seats on RCC Board

RCC Candidates Tell Why Their Running

Ten Pursue Seats on RCC Board

This Week in Potomac

This Week in Potomac

Clustering Together

Another coalition begins to take shape in Reston.

Clustering Together

West Nile Will Be Gone with Frost

West Nile Will Be Gone with Frost

61 Schools, 134 Years

Hatrick gives State of the Schools address at EDC, Chamber meetings.

61 Schools, 134 Years

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

Monday, October 6

Columns Raise Questions For Kelsey

County Board candidate finds questions raised by New Jersey editorials.

Columns Raise Questions For Kelsey

Isabel Highlighted Emergency Needs

County pushes for better communication, advises residents to prepare for 10 days without power in emergencies.

Isabel Highlighted Emergency Needs

Are Local Parents a New Political Powerhouse?

New PAC tries to organize parents statewide before elections.

Are Local Parents a New Political Powerhouse?

Speaking Up for Survivors

Voice of the Faithful confronts the church, reaches out to abuse victims.

Speaking Up for Survivors

New Deal for Woodbury Park

After major changes, board approves affordable housing plan.

New Deal for Woodbury Park

Nawash Makes Run at 31st

Republican moderate reaches out to immigrants with focus on transportation, education, as opponents criticize mudslinging.

Nawash Makes Run at 31st

Sunday, October 5

Chantilly Woman Charged With Carnal Knowledge

Chantilly Woman Charged With Carnal Knowledge

Child Pornography Charges Against Soccer Coach

Child Pornography Charges Against Soccer Coach

Child Porn Charges Against Soccer Coach

Child Porn Charges Against Soccer Coach

Friday, October 3

Brink Seeks Follow Through in 48th

Continuing commitments to education, tax reform mark incumbent’s platform, as opponents challenge record.

Brink Seeks Follow Through in 48th

Hoff Pledges Tax Relief

GOP nominee calls for property tax cap, while opponents allege dirty campaign tactics.

Hoff Pledges Tax Relief

Eisenberg Touts Experience

Former board member brings know-how, but opponents say too many ties bring conflicts of interest.

Eisenberg Touts Experience

Sass Calls for Leadership in 48th District

Republican challenger stresses coalition-building, while opponents question political idealogy.

Sass Calls for Leadership in 48th District

NAACP Honors Monroe Legacy

57th annual Freedom Fund Banquet dedicated to memory of late county board chair.

NAACP Honors Monroe Legacy

Fort Myer Troops Named Top Soldiers

Soldier of the Year, NCO of the Year will soon both serve with Ft. Myer’s Old Guard

Fort Myer Troops Named Top Soldiers

Thursday, October 2

Good Samaritans Help in Arrest

Good Samaritans Help in Arrest

Wednesday, October 1

Crime Log

Crime Log

Vienna Elementary Celebrates 80th Anniversary

School site is the oldest in Fairfax County.

Vienna Elementary Celebrates 80th Anniversary

Crime Log

Crime Log

Constance Thornbury, 81, Dies

Constance Thornbury, 81, Dies

Cook Globally, Shop Locally

World Produce Project brings international foods to farmers markets. But can it bring international customers?

Cook Globally, Shop Locally

Crime Log

Crime Log

Hula Dancing More Than Entertainment

Fairfax group competes and wins in Hawaiian hula dancing competition

Hula Dancing More Than Entertainment

Supervisors Will Appeal BZA Decision on Marymount

Supervisors Will Appeal BZA Decision on Marymount

Two-Story Schools Idea Falls Flat

Two-Story Schools Idea Falls Flat

No Power Meant No water

No Power Meant No water

Flooding Hits Leesburg, Western Loudoun

Rainstorm closes Loudoun roads, causes floodings.

Flooding Hits Leesburg, Western Loudoun

Arts Council Showcases Art, Interior Design

Northern Virginia designers incorporate art and design for Designer Showcase.

Arts Council Showcases Art, Interior Design

School After Labor Day?

School Board to consider calendar that begins the 2004-05 school year on Sept. 7.

School After Labor Day?

Geologist Makes a Case for Indigenous Rock

Frank Says There's Plenty to Be Found

Geologist Makes a Case for Indigenous Rock

Week in Fairfax

Week in Fairfax

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Police Look for Peeper

Man responsible for other peeping and exposure occurrences in Centreville.

Police Look for Peeper

Cook Globally, Shop Locally

World Produce Project brings international foods to farmers markets. But can it bring international customers?

Cook Globally, Shop Locally

Sheriff's Office Temporarily Moves to Sterling

Rainstorm damages Sheriff’s Office administration building, employees have to move to new location.

Sheriff's Office Temporarily Moves to Sterling

Business Notes

Business Notes

VDOT Charge Affects Route 28

VDOT Charge Affects Route 28

Hula Dancing More Than Entertainment

Fairfax group competes and wins in Hawaiian hula dancing competition

Hula Dancing More Than Entertainment

Community Notes

Community Notes

Sex Case Goes to Grand Jury

Sex Case Goes to Grand Jury

Musician Geoffrey Thaler Dies

Musician Geoffrey Thaler Dies

Roundups

Roundups

Marchi Tries Reality TV

Former Fairfax teen makes it on national reality TV show.

Marchi Tries Reality TV

Fall Festivals

Fall Festivals

Chantilly Academy Students Attend Award Ceremony at The White House

Chantilly Academy Students Attend Award Ceremony at The White House

Fall Fairs and Bazaars

Fall Fairs and Bazaars

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Camps and Schools 10-1-03

Camps and Schools 10-1-03

Health Notes

Health Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Local Designers Transform Ordinary to Extraordinary

National Symphony Decorators' Show House now on view through November 2.

Local Designers Transform Ordinary to Extraordinary

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

College Notes

College Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Board Approves Memorial 'In Concept'

Board Approves Memorial 'In Concept'

Greenhouses Are Havens For Greenthumbs

Greenhouses Are Havens For Greenthumbs

Health Notes

Health Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Crime Log

Crime Log

Matrix Defendant Sentenced to 40 Years

Matrix defendant Joshua Cooke, 20, sentenced to 40 years in jail for murdering his Oakton parents.

Matrix Defendant Sentenced to 40 Years

Johnston Leads Loudoun Cares

Former Loudoun United Way leader to head up Loudoun Cares, Inc., a new nonprofit organization serving the county.

Johnston Leads Loudoun Cares

Johnson Keeps Her Promise to Paint

Johnson Keeps Her Promise to Paint

Clifton Day is Oct. 12

Celebration offers arts and crafts, bluegrass bands and more.

Clifton Day is Oct. 12

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes