Stories for September 2003

Stories for September 2003

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Tuesday, September 30

Local Writer Shares Secrets

Local Writer Shares Secrets

Civic Calendar

Civic Calendar

Lake Anne Merchants Elect New Chairman

Eduardo Faubert takes over leadership of Lake Anne Merchant's Association, tries to heal group's divide.

Lake Anne Merchants Elect New Chairman

Bike Recycling Brings Big Benefit

Pedals for Progress bike collection is Oct. 4.

Bike Recycling Brings Big Benefit

Providing a Good Start

Providing a Good Start

Calendar

Calendar

Wedding Not Deterred By Hurricane

Wedding Not Deterred By Hurricane

HCTV

HCTV

Crime Report

Crime Report

Local Writer Shares Secrets

Local Writer Shares Secrets

Car Accident Kills Two Teens

Car Accident Kills Two Teens

Army Museum Activated

Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony Held Tuesday at Fort Belvoir

Army Museum Activated

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Home Invasion in Potomac

Invasion is the third in five months, Asian families seem to be targeted.

Home Invasion in Potomac

Belle Haven Not Up to Par

Course reopening date uncertain following storms.

Belle Haven Not Up to Par

Proposed Changes to Head Start to ‘Water Down’ Program

FECEP/Head Start Caters to Entire Family

Proposed Changes to Head Start to ‘Water Down’ Program

3 Juveniles Face Murder Charges

Arrests come two weeks after death of Schuyler Jones.

3 Juveniles Face Murder Charges

Calendar

Calendar

Classes

Classes

River Flows to Supreme Court

This Tuesday, Oct. 7, the Supreme Court will hear arguments regarding the dispute over the Potomac River.

River Flows to Supreme Court

Testing the Schools

By one measure of school capacity, new development could come to a stop in Potomac.

Testing the Schools

Parkway Completion In Sight

Parkway Completion In Sight

Ready to Light the Night

Three year old to participate in Saturday’s Leukemia & Lymphoma Walk in Reston despite relapse.

Ready to Light the Night

Local Writer Shares Secrets

Local Writer Shares Secrets

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Calendar

Calendar

This Week in Potomac

This Week in Potomac

At the Movies

At the Movies

Community Notes

Community Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Car Accident Kills Two Teens

Car Accident Kills Two Teens

Channel 28

Channel 28

Education Notebook - 10/01/03

Education Notebook - 10/01/03

Classes

Classes

Hurricane Washes Out Band Fund-Raiser

Band Paying for Event that Never Happened

Hurricane Washes Out Band Fund-Raiser

Calendar

Calendar

Judy McVay Named Top Tourism Partner

Judy McVay Named Top Tourism Partner

Reston Honored for Beauty

With eye towards natural beauty and 'volunteer spirit,' national contest sends Reston to the head of the class.

Reston Honored for Beauty

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Community Notes

Community Notes

3 Juveniles Face Murder Charges

Arrests come two weeks after death of Schuyler Jones.

3 Juveniles Face Murder Charges

Herndon Welcomes Fall with Festival

Herndon Welcomes Fall with Festival

City Council Recognizes New Citizens

City Council Recognizes New Citizens

Concerns Grow over Unit Closing

Inova Health Systems defends decision.

Concerns Grow over Unit Closing

A Patient's Best Friend

Dogs help rehabilitation therapy by just being themselves.

A Patient's Best Friend

Civil War Heritage Haunts Site Dedication

Civil War Heritage Haunts Site Dedication

Car Accident Kills Two Teens

Car Accident Kills Two Teens

Civil War Heritage Haunts Site Dedication

Civil War Heritage Haunts Site Dedication

A Return to Normalcy?

Power, water returns; damages still being assessed.

A Return to Normalcy?

Kings Crossing: The Process Begins

Kings Crossing: The Process Begins

Abduction Ordeal Ends In New Jersey

Abduction Ordeal Ends In New Jersey

Search Continues For Hotel Robbers

Police Report

Search Continues For Hotel Robbers

People Notes

People Notes

Isabel — Gone, But Not Forgotten

Many still need post-Isabel help.

Isabel — Gone, But Not Forgotten

Booster Seat Law in Effect

Booster Seat Law in Effect

Classes Prepare for Homecoming Parade

Float Making By Trial and Error

Classes Prepare for Homecoming Parade

Oktoberfest Big Hit with Residents and Families

Oktoberfest Big Hit with Residents and Families

A Century of Perspective

Celebrating a Full Life

A Century of Perspective

First Week of Fall Kicks Off Country Fairs

First Week of Fall Kicks Off Country Fairs

Civil War Heritage Haunts Site Dedication

Civil War Heritage Haunts Site Dedication

People Notes

People Notes

Pile-On Pepco

Residents, politicians question utility’s response during outages.

Pile-On Pepco

'It's a Start'

Stonegate meeting offers hope against gang violence.

'It's a Start'

Cooke Sentenced

'Matrix' defendant receives 40 years in jail.

Cooke Sentenced

On the Road To Recovery

Disaster workshop open at Lee Center.

On the Road To Recovery

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

How Big Is a Luxury Home?

Some new Potomac homes could garner a “luxury tax.”

How Big Is a Luxury Home?

People and Weddings 10-1-03

People and Weddings 10-1-03

Council Listens to Ideas About Growth

Two public hearings draw full slate.

Council Listens to Ideas About Growth

Thursday, September 25

World Produce Project Recipes

World Produce Project Recipes

Cook Globally, Shop Locally

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

Cook Globally, Shop Locally

Wednesday, September 24

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Pasta Meets Opera in Kingstowne

Pasta Meets Opera in Kingstowne

Calendar

Calendar

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Calendar

Calendar

Pasta Meets Opera in Kingstowne

Pasta Meets Opera in Kingstowne

Military Notes

Military Notes

Calendar

Calendar

School Notes

School Notes

Pasta Meets Opera in Kingstowne

Pasta Meets Opera in Kingstowne

Calendar

Calendar

Pasta Meets Opera in Kingstowne

Pasta Meets Opera in Kingstowne

College Notes

College Notes

Crime Log

Crime Log

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Tree Slices into Home

Tree Slices into Home

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith

Faith

School Notes

School Notes

Senior Center Opens at Lane Elementary

Senior Center Opens at Lane Elementary

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Crime Log

Crime Log

School Notes

School Notes

Crashing Trees

Crashing Trees

Health Notes

Health Notes

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Death Part of Malvo Equation

Death Part of Malvo Equation

Longtime Clifton Resident Julia Sutphin, 81, Dies

Longtime Clifton Resident Julia Sutphin, 81, Dies

Public Safety, Transportation Complex is Planned

142,000-square-foot, public safety and emergency operations center planned for West Ox Road and the Fairfax County Parkway.

Public Safety, Transportation Complex is Planned

Death Part of Malvo Equation

Death Part of Malvo Equation

Roundups

Roundups

COPT is Major Player in Westfields

COPT is Major Player in Westfields

Ricciardi Rezoning Moves Forward

Ricciardi Rezoning Moves Forward

A Sunny Outlook at London Towne

A Sunny Outlook at London Towne

Cox Farms Opens This Weekend

Cox Farms Opens This Weekend

Grand Jury Indicts Three for Crimes

Grand Jury Indicts Three for Crimes

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Calendar

Calendar

Military Notes

Military Notes

Restaurants Proposed for Westfields Area

Restaurants Proposed for Westfields Area

Week in Fairfax

Week in Fairfax

Death Part of Malvo Equation

Death Part of Malvo Equation

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Crime Log

Crime Log

After the Storm

Residents band together after Hurricane Isabel.

After the Storm

McLean Takes Hurricane Isabel Blow by Blow

McLean Takes Hurricane Isabel Blow by Blow

Crime Log

Crime Log

Festive Evening Launches McLean Orchestra's New Season

Festive Evening Launches McLean Orchestra's New Season

Military Notes

Military Notes

Death Part of Malvo Equation

Death Part of Malvo Equation

Truck Fills Loudoun’s Need for Water.

Truck Fills Loudoun’s Need for Water.

Tuesday, September 23

Water Was A Hot Commodity For A Few Days

Water Was A Hot Commodity For A Few Days

Moran Brings Federal Aid to Belle View

Residents hear grim deadline news, but financial help is on the way.

Moran Brings Federal Aid to Belle View

Zoning Code Amended for Day-Laborer Site

First Step Taken in Long Journey

Zoning Code Amended for Day-Laborer Site

Mustangs Take Blue Ribbon

Meadowland Elementary School is one of nine Virginia schools designated as a Blue Ribbon School.

Mustangs Take Blue Ribbon

CARE Lobbying For Help to Save Hospital

CARE Lobbying For Help to Save Hospital

Community Buries Abandoned Baby Girl

Graveside services at the Sterling Cemetery give hope to loss of abandoned Baby Hope.

Community Buries Abandoned Baby Girl

Alexandria's Art On The Avenue Festival Slated For Oct. 4

Showcases work of 200 local artists.

Alexandria's Art On The Avenue Festival Slated For Oct. 4

It's Hot, Hot, Hot

Chili Cook-Off is this weekend.

It's Hot, Hot, Hot

One Street — Two Tales

Isabel's fury hit just about everyone.

One Street — Two Tales

Delays Prove Costly

Council imposes $5,000-per-day fine on developer of tunnel.

Delays Prove Costly

Prolonged Agony

Isabel's aftermath leaves wake of destruction, frustration and bills.

Prolonged Agony

Council Says Yes to Historic District

The Vienna Town Council disapproves requests by homeowners for removal of their properties from the Windover Heights Historic District.

Council Says Yes to Historic District

Woodbury Meets More Delays

Board asks for revisions to development that would increase county's affordable housing.

Woodbury Meets More Delays

Libraries Wait For 2004 Bond

Libraries Wait For 2004 Bond

Collins On Board At DHS

New director hopes to implement new systems.

Collins On Board At DHS

Saving The World One Small Corner At A Time

Saving The World One Small Corner At A Time

Life After Isabel

County-level emergency preparations help officials, residents recover from hurricane.

Life After Isabel

Business Notes

Business Notes

Isabel Roars Through Fairfax

Despite power outages, no serious injuries occurred.

Isabel Roars Through Fairfax

Saving The World One Small Corner At A Time

Saving The World One Small Corner At A Time

Left with Few Options

Marchers say state fails to provide for people with special needs.

Left with Few Options

Picking Up the Pieces

Old trees no match for Isabel as storm passes through Reston.

Picking Up the Pieces

Braddock District Rezoning

Braddock District Rezoning

BZA Ruling Surprises Principals in Soccer Agreement

BZA Ruling Surprises Principals in Soccer Agreement

Residents Were Prepared for Isabel

Residents Were Prepared for Isabel

Multi-Tasker Alimena Takes Up McLean Orchestra Baton

Multi-Tasker Alimena Takes Up McLean Orchestra Baton

Isabel Snaps Trees, Power Lines

Isabel Snaps Trees, Power Lines

Business Notes

Business Notes

Specialist Focuses on Violence

Joseph Wilson is named Man of Vision by the Virginians Aligned Against Sexual Assault.

Specialist Focuses on Violence

Leaving Arts Behind?

Leaving Arts Behind?

Frank Powell Terry

Frank Powell Terry

It's Hot, Hot, Hot

Chili Cook-Off is this weekend.

It's Hot, Hot, Hot

Community Notes

Community Notes

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

Sandbags Were Like Gold

Staff and the Sheriff’s Department were called to maintain order.

Sandbags Were Like Gold

At the Library

At the Library

Back-to-School Nights In Full Swing

Parents learn about their children's teachers and curriculum.

Back-to-School Nights In Full Swing

Classes & More

Classes & More

SLHS Teacher Nabs State Award

Rhonda Hatter named 2003 Virginia Business Teacher of the Year award.

SLHS Teacher Nabs State Award

Left with Few Options

Marchers say state fails to support Virginians with special needs.

Left with Few Options

Water Plant Problems Leave Businesses, Residents Dry

Water Plant Problems Leave Businesses, Residents Dry

Hurricane Isabel

Hurricane Isabel

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

Power Slowly Restored to Schools

Power Slowly Restored to Schools

Classes & More

Classes & More

Isabel Barrels through Vienna

Mass power outages, street closures left in its wake

Isabel Barrels through Vienna

Crime Report

Crime Report

Business Notes

Business Notes

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

People Notes

People Notes

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

Port City Playhouse Wins Big at Alliance Awards

Port City Playhouse Wins Big at Alliance Awards

Some Schools Still Left Behind

Overall Achievement Scores Good

Some Schools Still Left Behind

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Isabel Leaves Behind Downed Power Lines

Tropical storm Isabel brings wind, rain to Loudoun, causes damage to trees, power lines and homes.

Isabel Leaves Behind Downed Power Lines

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

BZA Sends MYS and Marymount Back for a Special Exception

Unanimous vote rebuts zoning administrator, returns issue to Board of Supervisors.

BZA Sends MYS and Marymount Back for a Special Exception

Celebrating Nature

Celebrating Nature

BZA Ruling Surprises Principals In Soccer Agreement

Spokesmen for FCPA, MYS, and Marymount Mum on Financial Terms

BZA Ruling Surprises Principals In Soccer Agreement

Community Notes

Community Notes

Amadeus "Sampler" Introduces the New Season

Opening Concert Features St. Luke Pipe Organ on Oct. 19

Amadeus "Sampler" Introduces the New Season

No Power, No Water, An Angry Potomac

Isabel Blows Through Town in a Hurry

No Power, No Water, An Angry Potomac

BZA Ruling on Marymount's Field Use Comes as a Surprise

BZA Ruling on Marymount's Field Use Comes as a Surprise

Schuyler Remembered In Memorial Service

Schuyler Remembered In Memorial Service

Real Estate

Real Estate

Libraries Wait For 2004 Bond

Libraries Wait For 2004 Bond

Local Lawyers Volunteer Time for 9-11 Victims

Pro bono work eases pain for families dealing with recovery.

Local Lawyers Volunteer Time for 9-11 Victims

Saving The World One Small Corner At A Time

Saving The World One Small Corner At A Time

Business Notes

Business Notes

Water Plant Problems Leave Businesses, Residents Dry

Water Plant Problems Leave Businesses, Residents Dry

HCTV

HCTV

BZA Disallows Marymount’s Use of Lewinsville Park

Unanimous vote rebuts zoning administrator, returns issue to Board of Supervisors.

BZA Disallows Marymount’s Use of Lewinsville Park

Mother Pulls Out All Stops To Restore Power

Mother Pulls Out All Stops To Restore Power

At the Library

At the Library

Braddock District Rezoning

Braddock District Rezoning

Local United Way Campaign Underway

Local United Way Campaign Underway

Classes & More

Classes & More

Police Release Public Safety Numbers

Numbers show drop in many crimes, but violent attacks are up.

Police Release Public Safety Numbers

MetroStage Counter's Isabel Blues with Laughs

Theater Review

MetroStage Counter's Isabel Blues with Laughs

Classes & More

Classes & More

Faith News

Faith News

Community Notes

Community Notes

Senior Olympics Underway

Senior Olympics Underway

Businesses Look for Help

FEMA, SBA Loans Available

Businesses Look for Help

Business Notes

Business Notes

Isabel's Fury Unleashed

Water, wind wreak havoc on lives of thousands.

Isabel's Fury Unleashed

Channel 28

Channel 28

A Station for All Disasters

Penn Daw firefighters, rescue personnel put practice into action with Isabel.

A Station for All Disasters

At the Movies

At the Movies

People Notes

People Notes

Monday, September 22

Stating Cases in Point

Public forum on Blockhouse Point draws criticism from recreation groups.

Stating Cases in Point

In the Wake of Isabel

Hurricane leaves residents with no power and a big cleanup.

In the Wake of Isabel

This Week in Potomac

This Week in Potomac

Does This Mean No?

WSSC denies Boswell Lane sewer line.

Does This Mean No?

Civic Calendar

Civic Calendar

Council Starts AGP Debate

First committee hearing raises many questions, but gets few answers.

Council Starts AGP Debate

Sunday, September 21

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Thursday, September 18

South Riding Out of Water

South Riding Out of Water

Festival Canceled

Festival Canceled

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Dry Ice Demand

Dry Ice Demand

Food Establishments and Water Restrictions

Food Establishments and Water Restrictions

Wednesday, September 17

Mix of Memories Marks Second Anniversary

Hope trumps grief in Sept. 11 memorial service.

Mix of Memories Marks Second Anniversary

School Notes

School Notes

Reunions

Reunions

School Notes

School Notes

Classes

Classes

Classes

Classes

Reunions

Reunions

Classes

Classes

College Notes

College Notes

Classes

Classes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Classes

Classes

Classes

Classes

Reunions

Reunions

Classes

Classes

College Notes

College Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Camps and Schools 9-17-03

Camps and Schools 9-17-03

Reunions

Reunions

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Religion Notes

Religion Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Religion Notes

Religion Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Too Few Parking Spaces

Too Few Parking Spaces

Health Notes

Health Notes

Around Town

Around Town

Calendar

Calendar

Clubs

Clubs

Siegel Brings 'Conversational Piano' to GMU

Siegel Brings 'Conversational Piano' to GMU

Siegel Brings 'Conversational Piano' to GMU

Siegel Brings 'Conversational Piano' to GMU

Volunteers

Volunteers

Around Town

Around Town

Clubs

Clubs

Volunteers

Volunteers

Calendar

Calendar

Volunteers

Volunteers

Around Town

Around Town

Calendar

Calendar

Clubs

Clubs

Siegel Brings 'Conversational Piano' to GMU

Siegel Brings 'Conversational Piano' to GMU

Around Town

Around Town

Volunteers

Volunteers

Siegel Brings 'Conversational Piano' to GMU

Siegel Brings 'Conversational Piano' to GMU

Clubs

Clubs

Calendar

Calendar

Around Town

Around Town

Memories of Another Morning

Quiet Courthouse ceremony begins Arlington’s Sept. 11, 2003.

Memories of Another Morning

'Girl Wars' Author to Address Mothers

'Girl Wars' Author to Address Mothers

Woman Charged with 11 Crimes

Woman Charged with 11 Crimes

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Roundups

Roundups

Business Notes

Business Notes

Roundup

Roundup

Chantilly Woman Charged With Financial Crimes

Chantilly Woman Charged With Financial Crimes

Pentagon Dedicates 9/11 Windows

Stained glass art adorns chapel in reconstructed wing, where attack occurred.

Pentagon Dedicates 9/11 Windows

Coming Together

Concert closes week of remembrance of Sept. 11 tragedy.

Coming Together

Military Notes

Military Notes

Azolla's Here, But Not to Worry

Azolla's Here, But Not to Worry

Former Feds Hear Candidates

Taxes dominate discussion.

Former Feds Hear Candidates

New at Chantilly Academy

New at Chantilly Academy

Indoor Soccer Fields Proposed

Indoor Soccer Fields Proposed

Working To Preserve History

Planning Commission to weigh historic preservation plan.

Working To Preserve History

Lights Depend on Courts

Lights Depend on Courts

Working to Preserve History

Planning Commission to weigh historic preservation plan.

Working to Preserve History

Most People Hope Never To Need This Book

Potomac author and attorney publishes a guide to divorce.

Most People Hope Never To Need This Book

Crime Log

Crime Log

Crime Log

Crime Log

Military Notes

Military Notes

Crime Log

Crime Log

Remembering Sept. 11

The Town of Vienna and American Legion Post 180 commemorate the two-year anniversary.

Remembering Sept. 11

Let Freedom Ring?

Madison students debate democracy and the United States' role in world affairs while commemorating 9/11.

Let Freedom Ring?

Crime Log

Crime Log

Murder Suspect Dies in Loudoun

Murder Suspect Dies in Loudoun

Luck of the Irish

Luck of the Irish

Burglaries Yield Prison Time

Burglaries Yield Prison Time

Man Charged in Fatal Hit-and-Run

Man Charged in Fatal Hit-and-Run

Crime Log

Crime Log

Holy Child Teaches Faith and Action

Holy Child Teaches Faith and Action

Community Notes

Community Notes

Poll Fuels Campaign Controversy

New political action committee enters political scene with controversial phone survey.

Poll Fuels Campaign Controversy

In Memory of 9-11

Sully Station II shows patriotism with candlelight vigil.

In Memory of 9-11

Remembering Emily Cella

Parents establish fund in daughter's memory.

Remembering Emily Cella

Crime Log

Crime Log

Grand Jury Indictment For Malicious Wounding

Grand Jury Indictment For Malicious Wounding

Refitting Old Town

Fairfax City Council hears Old Town redevelopment proposals from three commercial development teams.

Refitting Old Town

Learning from 9/11

GMU group recalls the tragedy and discusses the lessons of 9/11.

Learning from 9/11

Storm on Its Way

Storm on Its Way

Tuesday, September 16

'Retired' Teacher Advises

Restonian Margaret Boyd, the inspiration for the Reston Multicultural Festival, promotes diversity in education.

'Retired' Teacher Advises

Visiting for Charity

Annual home tour raises money for local charities.

Visiting for Charity

Officer Dies in Crash on Bradley

Officer Dies in Crash on Bradley

Front and Center

The RCC's CenterStage season is set to kick-off later this month.

Front and Center

Bruce Panagos, Publisher, 44

Obituary

Bruce Panagos, Publisher, 44

People Notes

People Notes

Mr. Bill Fills the Void at Fort Hunt

Retiree popular with students at school.

Mr. Bill Fills the Void at Fort Hunt

Crime Report

Crime Report

Kingstowne Opera? That's Amore

Kingstowne Opera? That's Amore

Murder Suspect Dies

Noel Dabney, 27, arrested for murder, dies at Loudoun Hospital Center.

Murder Suspect Dies

Family Waits for Answers

Death of T.C. teen shocks city; autopsy results inconclusive.

Family Waits for Answers

Senior Senator Pops the Question

Jeanne Vander Myde said 'yes.'

Senior Senator Pops the Question

Kingstowne Opera? That's Amore

Kingstowne Opera? That's Amore

People Notes

People Notes

Getting Involved

Getting Involved

Herndon High's SAGA First to Earn Green Flag

Herndon High's SAGA First to Earn Green Flag

ARC Drops Berg Lawsuit

ARC Drops Berg Lawsuit

Local Principal Honored by Association

Woodley Hills setting an example in education.

Local Principal Honored by Association

A Neighborhood Tradition

At RT's, providing fine food and good conversation since 1985.

A Neighborhood Tradition

City Schools Will Add To Accreditation Ranks

City Schools Will Add To Accreditation Ranks

Crime Report

Crime Report

Who Goes First?

Who Goes First?

Kingstowne Opera? That's Amore

Kingstowne Opera? That's Amore

Making Springfield More Pedestrian Friendly

Making Springfield More Pedestrian Friendly

Blockhouse Point: Potomac's Secret Garden

Blockhouse Point Park is home to plants, animals and history.

Blockhouse Point: Potomac's Secret Garden

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

A Spicy Taste of Italy

Annual festival draws hungry crowd.

A Spicy Taste of Italy

Drive Thru Approved

Burger King's Jarratt to Construct Baker Place

Drive Thru Approved

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

Remembering

County dedicates memorial to Sept. 11 victims.

Remembering

Residents Question Growth Policy

Some think plan is not equitable.

Residents Question Growth Policy

Board Slices $39 Million Pie

Connolly’s amendment is defeated.

Board Slices $39 Million Pie

Education Notebook - 09/17/03

Education Notebook - 09/17/03

Nothing Bitter About Café

Owners reflect on 20 years in business at Bittersweet.

Nothing Bitter About Café

Dani's Team Celebrates

Wootton alum doing well after bone marrow transplant.

Dani's Team Celebrates

Cooking Up for The Clinic

Local chefs donate expertise for a good cause.

Cooking Up for The Clinic

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Death of Teen Affects Everybody

Family waits for answers, autopsy results.

Death of Teen Affects Everybody

A Neighborhood Tradition

At RT's, providing fine food and good conversation since 1985.

A Neighborhood Tradition

No More Dog Eat Dog

County adopts new rules governing dogs with history of biting.

No More Dog Eat Dog

Hearts Are Heavy On Route 1

Friends, colleagues recall life of Tommy Tate.

Hearts Are Heavy On Route 1

Dearing Leads Effort to Establish BRMC

Bryan Dearing, CEO of two Fairfax County hospitals, is serving as CEO of a proposed hospital.

Dearing Leads Effort to Establish BRMC

At the Movies

At the Movies

This Week in Potomac

This Week in Potomac

Understanding Sickle Cell Disease

Disease Targets Mostly Blacks

Understanding Sickle Cell Disease

Crime Report

Crime Report

Channel 28

Channel 28

New T.C. School Plans Moving Along

SUP filing expected next week.

New T.C. School Plans Moving Along

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Isabel Preparation Advisories Issued

City, Red Cross wary of potential damage from storm.

Isabel Preparation Advisories Issued

A Spicy Taste of Italy

Annual festival draws hungry crowd.

A Spicy Taste of Italy

At the Library

At the Library

HCTV

HCTV

And the Crowds Came

King Street filled with patrons for first festival in Old Town.

And the Crowds Came

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Andrews Named to EMS Board

Byron Andrews, volunteer rescue chief, was appointed July 1 to the State Emergency Medical Services Advisory Board.

Andrews Named to EMS Board

Veteran Budget Chief Joins City's Ranks

Veteran Budget Chief Joins City's Ranks

RCC Passes County Audit

County auditor's findings conclude RCC's financial house in order.

RCC Passes County Audit

Schools Save $17.5 Million

Schools incur savings on building projects to return to the county.

Schools Save $17.5 Million

Politics

Politics

Barricade Incident Leads to Suicide

Barricade Incident Leads to Suicide

A Bench to Mark

A Bench to Mark

Gang Suspected in Beating

Gang Suspected in Beating

Who Goes First?

Who Goes First?

Nothing Bitter about Cafe

Owners Reflect on 20 Years in Business at Bittersweet

Nothing Bitter about Cafe

The Week in Loudoun

The Week in Loudoun

Cell Tax Conflicts with County

Council Defers Discussion over Day Laborer Site

Cell Tax Conflicts with County

At the Library

At the Library

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Health Calendar

Health Calendar

Monday, September 15

News Briefs

Updated

News Briefs

News Briefs

Updated

News Briefs

New Briefs

Updated

New Briefs

News Briefs

Updated

News Briefs

Wednesday, September 10

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Roundup

Roundup

Don't Miss Centreville Day This Saturday

Don't Miss Centreville Day This Saturday

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Chantilly High Focusing On Students' Actual Learning

Chantilly High Focusing On Students' Actual Learning

Chantilly Teacher Wins Fair Lakes 8K Race

Chantilly Teacher Wins Fair Lakes 8K Race

Calendar

Calendar

Week in Fairfax

Week in Fairfax

Westfield Continues to Excel

First senior class to have pure-bred Bulldogs.

Westfield Continues to Excel

Calendar

Calendar

Arrest Made in Fairfax Homicide

Arrest Made in Fairfax Homicide

Roundups

Roundups

College Notes

College Notes

Calendar

Calendar

10 Murder Trials

Selection of some high-profile murder trials during Robert F. Horan's career.

10 Murder Trials

Homeowners Adjust to Locomotive Neighbors

Homeowners Adjust to Locomotive Neighbors

Calendar

Calendar

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

'Give Your Sorrow Meaning'

Foundation fights terrorism with tea, books, art.

'Give Your Sorrow Meaning'

County, Schools Collaborate on Washington-Lee

With possible redevelopment of Quincy Park, high school renovation complicates county planning.

County, Schools Collaborate on Washington-Lee

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Schools Face Challenge on Swanson Plans

Board members also struggle with budget guidelines but push ahead.

Schools Face Challenge on Swanson Plans

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Crime Log

Crime Log

Calendar

Calendar

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

SUV Gone Again — Found Again

SUV Gone Again — Found Again

'Homerun Hitter for Justice'

Robert F. Horan Jr. receives lifetime achievement award.

'Homerun Hitter for Justice'

Memorial Race Draws 2,000 Runners

Second-annual race raises money for 9/11-related charities.

Memorial Race Draws 2,000 Runners

Gang Violence Erupts

Recent incidents in North, South Arlington connected to gang standoff, police say.

Gang Violence Erupts

Week in Burke

Week in Burke

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Three Years Prison: Indecent Liberties

Three Years Prison: Indecent Liberties

Police Charge Three in Local Burglaries

Police Charge Three in Local Burglaries

What's New at Centreville High

High school is piloting a new program.

What's New at Centreville High

Parris Takes the Helm at Rocky Run

Parris Takes the Helm at Rocky Run

Week in Fairfax Station

Week in Fairfax Station

Week in Springfield

Week in Springfield

Crime Log

Crime Log

Military Notes

Military Notes

Crime Log

Crime Log

Crime Log

Crime Log

Tuesday, September 9

Resource Bank Merges with Pennsylvania Firm

Resource Bank Merges with Pennsylvania Firm

Can CARE Save Mt. Vernon Hospital?

Citizens, officials rally in support of saving medical facility.

Can CARE Save Mt. Vernon Hospital?

Big Day Celebrated for Route One and Area Immigrants

New facilities dedicated in Mount Vernon.

Big Day Celebrated for Route One and Area Immigrants

Greatness Acknowledged and Put to Rest

Jack Knowles remembered in memorial.

Greatness Acknowledged and Put to Rest

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Jewish Congregation Forms in Tysons

Chabad at Tysons aims to reach out to the unaffiliated.

Jewish Congregation Forms in Tysons

Confrontation Leads to Arrest of Homeless Man

Confrontation Leads to Arrest of Homeless Man

People Notes

People Notes

Mural To Celebrate Herndon Arts

Mural To Celebrate Herndon Arts

More Proffers, Little Less Density

Developer proposes decreasing density, increasing proffers for Loudoun Valley Estates II.

More Proffers, Little Less Density

Doctors Digest Inova Feedback

Response to letter shows both hope and concern.

Doctors Digest Inova Feedback

MVO Holds Gala Concert

MVO Holds Gala Concert

Apartments Target Seniors, People with Disabilities

Apartments Target Seniors, People with Disabilities

Colleen McGee-Sullivan

Colleen McGee-Sullivan

One, Two or Both?

Public hearing attendees make their case for hospital proposals.

One, Two or Both?

Watercolorist Explores Digital Edge

Watercolorist Explores Digital Edge

School Remains In Limbo

Harbor School decision to go to the Court of Special Appeals.

School Remains In Limbo

Area Readers Fall for Books

Avid readers share love of reading through area book clubs.

Area Readers Fall for Books

Four Years and Counting

Multicultural Festival gearing up for Sept. 20.

Four Years and Counting

Clusters Unite?

Just because Ric Curl packed up his Ridge Heights pool bubble and left Reston, doesn't mean Frank Pheilmeier is ready to relax on his backyard deck enjoying his bubble-free view.

Clusters Unite?

Fund-Raiser For 4-Year-Old

Fund-Raiser For 4-Year-Old

Watercolorist Explores Digital Edge

Watercolorist Explores Digital Edge

Police Station to Remain at John C. Wood

City Council tells police department to stay put.

Police Station to Remain at John C. Wood

Oakton Church Completes Expansion

Oakton Church Completes Expansion

Property Owners Want Out of Historic District

Applicants seeking removal from the Windover Heights Historic District make their case.

Property Owners Want Out of Historic District

Watercolorist Explores Digital Edge

Watercolorist Explores Digital Edge

Little Theatre Revives ‘Teahouse’

1950s comedy delivers still-relevant message.

Little Theatre Revives ‘Teahouse’

Cavorting at the Carnival

Cavorting at the Carnival

Business Notes

Business Notes

Workers Scramble to Get School Ready

The parties involved in the ongoing construction at the Our Lady of Good Counsel School cooperate to complete last-minute fire code compliance regulations before school starts.

Workers Scramble to Get School Ready

Crime Report

Crime Report

Fund Director Faces Charges

Sandra Heninburg arrested for embezzlement.

Fund Director Faces Charges

Local Lawyers Volunteer Time for 9-11 Victims

Pro bono work eases pain of families dealing with recovery.

Local Lawyers Volunteer Time for 9-11 Victims

Channel 28

Channel 28

Convocation As a Call to Arms

Regent University hosts founder, students in ceremony.

Convocation As a Call to Arms

Musicians Pool Talent for Benefit

Musicians Pool Talent for Benefit

Grading Policy Gets Detention

New grading policy to be held back.

Grading Policy Gets Detention

Musicians Pool Talent For Benefit

Musicians Pool Talent For Benefit

Crisis Link Expands in Loudoun

Crisis hotline plans to use grant funds to provide outreach to Loudoun businesses, schools.

Crisis Link Expands in Loudoun

Parking Lot Out, Wetlands Preservation In

Parking Lot Out, Wetlands Preservation In

Concourse Schedule Concerns Council

City legislators convene first meeting of new year.

Concourse Schedule Concerns Council

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Education Notebook - 09/10/03

Education Notebook - 09/10/03

Are Horses Agriculture?

Zoning changes could benefit the horse industry, but are horse shows agriculture or entertainment?

Are Horses Agriculture?

Board To Review Multiple Projects

Board To Review Multiple Projects

Business Notes

Business Notes

BAR Says 'No' to Shiloh Baptist

BAR Says 'No' to Shiloh Baptist

Musicians Pool Talent For Benefit

Musicians Pool Talent For Benefit

Business Notes

Business Notes

A Different Approach to Teaching

Local alliance holds picnic and field day for homeschoolers.

A Different Approach to Teaching

Online Donor Registry

Online Donor Registry

Exciting New Season Planned for ASO

Exciting New Season Planned for ASO

Children's Food Allergies Require Vigilance

Children's Food Allergies Require Vigilance

Governor Promises Reform, Money for Schools

Highlights include "achievable" initiatives and $525 million in new money.

Governor Promises Reform, Money for Schools

Witness Sought

Witness Sought

Slug Finds Fast Track To I-95

Slug Finds Fast Track To I-95

Mystery Structure Appears At Civil War Site

City archeologists scour site for clues.

Mystery Structure Appears At Civil War Site

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Keep The Juice Flowing

Back-up power systems can help during an outage.

Keep The Juice Flowing

Planning Commission Approves Library Expansion

Planning Commission Approves Library Expansion

Some New Faces, Same Old Business

School Board convenes for new year.

Some New Faces, Same Old Business

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Jewish Congregation Forms in Tysons

Chabad at Tysons aims to reach out to the unaffiliated.

Jewish Congregation Forms in Tysons

Area Readers Fall for Books

Avid readers share love of reading through area book clubs.

Area Readers Fall for Books

Crime Report

Crime Report

HCTV

HCTV

Classes

Classes

At the Movies

At the Movies

Classes

Classes

Fall Fairs & Bazaars

Fall Fairs & Bazaars

Business Notes

Business Notes

Preservation and Recreation at Blockhouse Point

Park and Planning releases staff draft of the Master Plan for Blockhouse point, allowing limited access for bikes and horses.

Preservation and Recreation at Blockhouse Point

Camps and Schools 9-10-03

Camps and Schools 9-10-03

Jewish Congregation Forms in Tysons

Chabad at Tysons aims to reach out to the unaffiliated.

Jewish Congregation Forms in Tysons

Wednesday, September 3

Calendar

Calendar

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

History of Springfield

History of Springfield

Dancing

Dancing

Local Schools

Local Schools

And the Fairfax City Band Plays On. . .

And the Fairfax City Band Plays On. . .

Theater

Theater

By the Numbers

By the Numbers

Public Libraries

Public Libraries

Calendar

Calendar

Community Calendar

Community Calendar

Welcome

Welcome

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Post Office

Post Office

Local Schools

Local Schools

Small-Town in a Big County

Small-Town in a Big County

Theater

Theater

Who's Who in the City of Fairfax

Who's Who in the City of Fairfax

A New Home

A New Home

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Forecasting Fairfax Future

Forecasting Fairfax Future

By the Numbers

By the Numbers

Public Libraries

Public Libraries

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Dancing

Dancing

Local Schools

Local Schools

And the Fairfax City Band Plays On. . .

And the Fairfax City Band Plays On. . .

Theater

Theater

Community Calendar

Community Calendar

School Notes

School Notes

Welcome

Welcome

Post Office

Post Office

Back to School Nights

Back to School Nights

Local Schools

Local Schools

Crime Log

Crime Log

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Libraries

Libraries

Summer’s Over

Students hit the halls as Arlington Public Schools begin 2003-2004.

Summer’s Over

School Notes

School Notes

Board Campaigns Kick Off

Incumbents stick to their guns, while baseball, taxes loom large for challengers in four-way county board race.

Board Campaigns Kick Off

Transportation Projects

Transportation Projects

Around Town

Around Town

School Notes

School Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Clifton Groups

Clifton Groups

Around Town

Around Town

Welcome

Welcome

School Notes

School Notes

New Life Church Funds Youth Entertainment

New Life Church Funds Youth Entertainment

Centreville Volunteer Fire Department Schedule

Centreville Volunteer Fire Department Schedule

Step Back in Time in Historic District

Step Back in Time in Historic District

Crime Log

Crime Log

New Teachers, Students, Programs

New Teachers, Students, Programs

Military Notes

Military Notes

Local Schools

Local Schools

Jeans Now OK If They're 'Neat and Clean'

Jeans Now OK If They're 'Neat and Clean'

Community Theater

Community Theater

By the Numbers

By the Numbers

Hearing on Spring Hill Park Could Be Lengthy

Hearing on Spring Hill Park Could Be Lengthy

Theater

Theater

SAT Uncertainty

Rising scores don’t tell whole story. Achievement gap could be widening on college entrance exams.

SAT Uncertainty

From Michael Frey

From Michael Frey

Church Additions

Church Additions

Greenbriar Groups

Greenbriar Groups

Public Libraries

Public Libraries

Get Active in Your Community

Get Active in Your Community

From Elaine McConnell

From Elaine McConnell

Sully Senior Center Offers Socialization

Sully Senior Center Offers Socialization

Movers and Shakers

Movers and Shakers

Local Residential Projects on the Way

Local Residential Projects on the Way

Health Notes

Health Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

'Neat and Clean' Still the Rule for School Clothes

Fairfax County Invokes New Dress Code Policy

'Neat and Clean' Still the Rule for School Clothes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Military Notes

Returning Soldier Meets 'Angel'

Military Notes

Crime Log

Crime Log

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Calendar

Calendar

College Notes

College Notes

Welcome to the Springfield Community

Welcome to the Springfield Community

Small-Town in a Big County

Small-Town in a Big County

Theater

Theater

Theater

Theater

Who's Who in the City of Fairfax

Who's Who in the City of Fairfax

A New Home

A New Home

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Forecasting Fairfax Future

Forecasting Fairfax Future

Parks & Recreation

Parks & Recreation

Public Schools

Public Schools

By the Numbers

By the Numbers

Public Libraries

Public Libraries

First Day of School Eventful

First Day of School Eventful

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Get Ready, Get Set, Go

Area elementary schools gear up for upcoming school year.

Get Ready, Get Set, Go

Around Town

Around Town

Combating Biological Warfare in Fairfax County

George Mason graduate program sets out to create biodefense experts.

Combating Biological Warfare in Fairfax County

Clifton Cruise-In Proves Huge Success

Clifton Cruise-In Proves Huge Success

'I Love a Parade'

Centreville Day Parade has bands, bikes, jugglers and more.

'I Love a Parade'

Smiling About the SATs

School Starts With Good News

Smiling About the SATs

Fairfax This Week

Fairfax This Week

Springfield This Week

Springfield This Week

Crime Log

Crime Log

Military Notes

Military Notes

McKee Earns Bronze Award

McKee Earns Bronze Award

Centreville Day is Sept. 13

Centreville Day is Sept. 13

Around Town

Around Town

County Prepares Sept. 11 Events

Race, flag ceremony, world music concert set for second anniversary of Pentagon attack.

County Prepares Sept. 11 Events

Dress Code Draws Mixed Reactions

Dress Code Draws Mixed Reactions

Powell Greets First Students

New elementary school opens smoothly.

Powell Greets First Students

Fair Lakes 8K Set for Sept. 7

Fair Lakes 8K Set for Sept. 7

Tuesday, September 2

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Storms Darken Loudoun Homes

Storms Darken Loudoun Homes

City Braces for Arts Festival

Parking, navigating Old Town streets will be challenging next weekend.

City Braces for Arts Festival

No Lights, No Talk

Condo complex has power, phone lines cut by bridge contractors.

No Lights, No Talk

Every Student Belongs to Every Teacher at Travlah

Back to School: Travilah Elementary

Every Student Belongs to Every Teacher at Travlah

A Warrior's Homecoming

299th Engineer Company returns from Iraq to a rousing welcome.

A Warrior's Homecoming

High Schools Shift Gears For Coming Year

High Schools Shift Gears For Coming Year

Springfield Comedian Tackles Clean Route

Springfield Comedian Tackles Clean Route

Wedding Bells Will Soon Be Ringing

Senator John Warner, Jeanne Vander Myde engaged.

Wedding Bells Will Soon Be Ringing

Water Main Break Adds to Morning Gloom

Water Main Break Adds to Morning Gloom

Trio Realize 10-Year Dream

New Salon Opens Down Town

Trio Realize 10-Year Dream

Animation Marathon Gives Students Running Start

NVCC instructor teaches students animation basics at daylong workshop.

Animation Marathon Gives Students Running Start

"Legs for Life" Saving

Local medical experts warn of silent killer.

"Legs for Life" Saving

Schwartz Heads Up LCVA

Loudoun Convention & Visitors Association elects hotelier as new board chairman.

Schwartz Heads Up LCVA

Business Notes

Business Notes

Movie Rental Industry Continues to Evolve

Balancing the Needs between VHS and DVD

Movie Rental Industry Continues to Evolve

Long Branch Trail Construction Opens Eyes

Long Branch Trail Construction Opens Eyes

New Building for Expanding Congregation

The building project of Vienna Presbyterian Church would demolish portions of its current campus and replace those portions with a new building for education and outreach.

New Building for Expanding Congregation

Curbing Over Occupancy

Curbing Over Occupancy

Oakton Fire Results in Fatality

Oakton Fire Results in Fatality

Recycling Tips from the County

Recycling Tips from the County

Business Notes

Business Notes

Running With Conviction

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

Running With Conviction

Another Big Season Scheduled for Mount Vernon Orchestra

Entertainment

Another Big Season Scheduled for Mount Vernon Orchestra

Keeping Them from Returning

Young offender project connects youth to community.

Keeping Them from Returning

Signs Define Lee District Boundary

Signs Define Lee District Boundary

Summer School Preps Councilmen

New Council convenes first meeting September 9.

Summer School Preps Councilmen

Law Professor Discovers Joy of Painting

77-year-old Tysons man paints with purpose.

Law Professor Discovers Joy of Painting

Business Notes

Business Notes

Outlook Good For Middle Schools

Outlook Good For Middle Schools

People Notes

People Notes

A Look Ahead

A Look Ahead

Getting Around In Old Town

New signs point the way.

Getting Around In Old Town

Real Estate

Real Estate

Outlook Good For Middle Schools

Outlook Good For Middle Schools

High Schools Shift Gears For Coming Year

High Schools Shift Gears For Coming Year

Business Notes

Business Notes

Seahawks Gain Makeover

"Successful" fundraising drive for South Lakes athletics moves ahead, ahead of schedule.

Seahawks Gain Makeover

Signs Define Lee District Boundary

Signs Define Lee District Boundary

Welcome Back

Welcome Back

Business Notes

Business Notes

Dem's Day for Beans

Annual Labor Day picnic brings out top recipes.

Dem's Day for Beans

High Schools Shift Gears For Coming Year

High Schools Shift Gears For Coming Year

City Schools Welcome Back Students

City Schools Welcome Back Students

Citizens Demand Accountability

Mayor, Council members meet to diffuse tension.

Citizens Demand Accountability

Marks Receives Hero’s Welcome Home

Marks Receives Hero’s Welcome Home

Signs Define Lee District Boundary

Signs Define Lee District Boundary

Crime Report

Crime Report

A Fair to Remember

Mount Vernon hosts annual 18th Century Fair next weekend.

A Fair to Remember

Feud Brewing Over Fields?

After large donation, Reston youth soccer league upset about RA scheduling.

Feud Brewing Over Fields?

A Warrior's Homecoming

299th Engineer Company returns from Iraq to a rousing welcome.

A Warrior's Homecoming

Block Party Tradition Lives On and On

Block Party Tradition Lives On and On

Fairfax Athletes Take Part in Concussion Study

Fairfax Athletes Take Part in Concussion Study

Students Trek Back to School

Students Trek Back to School

Community Notes

Community Notes

Readers Rewarded with Summer Party at Library

Readers Rewarded with Summer Party at Library

Business Notes

Business Notes

Jazz and Wine Marks End of Summer

Jazz and Wine Marks End of Summer

South Lakes Reaches Out

New grants to help school build 'bridge' to international parents.

South Lakes Reaches Out

Community Notes

Community Notes

Community Notes

Community Notes

Education Notebook -09/03/03

Education Notebook -09/03/03

More Space for Police

More Space for Police

Closed Businesses Overshadow Progress

Closed Businesses Overshadow Progress

New Year, New School, New Students

New Year, New School, New Students

"Legs for Life" Saving

Local medical experts warn of silent killer.

"Legs for Life" Saving

Outlook Good For Middle Schools

Outlook Good For Middle Schools

Long Branch Trail Construction Opens Eyes

Long Branch Trail Construction Opens Eyes

HCTV

HCTV

Bringing 'Culture to Life'

Visiting International Faculty program provides cultural exchange opportunities for students, teachers.

Bringing 'Culture to Life'

Monday, September 1

Expanding The Beltway?

Proposal would amend the Potomac Master Plan

Expanding The Beltway?

Rabid Kitten Found

Health Department seeks anyone who might have had contact with kitten along MacArthur Boulevard.

Rabid Kitten Found

Lights Are Out and Everyone’s Home

Lights go out — for five days for some Potomac households.

Lights Are Out and Everyone’s Home

New Store Takes Root

Travilah Oak seeks to provide an upscale experience.

New Store Takes Root