Announcing her candidacy for re-election to the Falls Church School Board last week, current board chair Susan Kearney issued the following statement: “Falls Church City’s schools are considered by many as the best in the D.C. area and state of Virginia, and deservedly so. While our accomplishments are many, there [...]
In announcing her candidacy for the Falls Church City Council this week, F.C. community and school activist Marybeth...
In announcing his candidacy to seek election to the Falls Church City Council this year, former Councilman Dan Sze issued...
Former Falls Church City Councilman Lawrence Webb announced this week he intends to run for a slot on the F.C. School...
Hoisting friends up above your head to the tune of an ’80s pop song and playing a game of ping-pong that isn’t as it seems might not be typical pageant-winning talents, but they were just right for Mr. and Ms. Mason. The annual pageant at George Mason High School is [...]Read more ›
Audrey Luthman and Janet Haines, with 88 years combined service as school crossing guards in the City of Falls Chuch, are modest when discussing their upcoming honor as co-grand marshals of the City’s 2013 Memorial Day Parade. It will certainly be a change from their normal Memorial Day routine. Any [...]Read more ›
The Taste of Falls Church, the Halloween Carnival, the Easter Egg Hunt – if it’s a special event put on by the City of Falls Church, then Jenny Paxton is in charge. The senior program supervisor has overseen the City’s community-wide celebrations for the past seven years, and this Monday [...]Read more ›
Rolling into Falls Church last Sunday night after earlier campaign stops in Powhattan and Gainesville, an Energizer Bunny-like, loud and wide-eyed, spring stepping, “I’ll sleep when I’m dead”-professing Virginia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe took a winding down potluck hosted by the Falls Church City Democratic Committee at the local Community Center and turned it into a cheering, yelping and stomping political rally.Read more ›
Mild Weather in Store, Food Drive Launched Again A 12-page special insert in this week’s edition of the News-Press, functioning as an official guide to Monday’s 38th Annual Falls Church Memorial Day Parade and Festival, spells out the full range of activities that are expected to draw over 10,000 non-residents to the [...]Read more ›
Refusing to accept as final the April 18 ruling of the Virginia Supreme Court denying their appeal, leaders of the breakaway congregation from the historic Falls Church Episcopal filed yet another appeal to the state’s Supreme Court last Friday. The breakaway group, reconstituted as the Falls Church Anglican congregation under [...]Read more ›