BRIAN CANNON, executive director of One Virginia 2021, an organization dedicated to “fair redistricting” of Congressional and state legislative boundaries in Virginia, spoke at a forum hosted by the Falls Church chapter of the League of Women Voters (LWV) at the Falls Church Community Center last Sunday. He used the […]
(Photo: Courtesy of Cox Communications Virginia) Cox Communications announced yesterday that McLean native Kathleen...
Local author Alan Rems will be signing and selling copies of his new book South Pacific Cauldron: World War II’s...
(Photo: Courtesy of Naz Sharif) Walter Crain, 50, stands next to a snow sculptures he made after the area’s weekend snowstorm....
Earlier this week, Falls Church Community Television announced a new slate of television production classes, the first of which is next week. All of the classes need to be taken in order to become a producer of a show for the local television station. Falls Church Community Television’s studio production class […]Read more ›
Dulin Cooperative Preschool’s 2015 Online Auction fundraiser starts this Sunday, March 1, and will be open through next Saturday, March 7. Items up for auction include tickets to a Bowie Baysox game, a limo rental and a photography workshop. All items up auction were donated by businesses in Falls Church […]Read more ›
“On a cold, windy March morning 50 years ago I was a 29-year-old Newsweek correspondent, and I walked across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, just ahead of 525 marchers. Ahead, helmeted Alabama State Troopers and sheriff’s deputies blocked the highway. The Bloody Sunday confrontation that followed is the […]Read more ›
Five students from Falls Church earned academic honors at Wake Forest University. Rachel Croxton, Nathaniel Jones, Sarah Mellor, Ann Nguyen and Amy Weinstock made the dean’s list at Wake Forest University, where students must earn a 3.4 grade point average with no grade below a C to make the list.Read more ›
Students from Longfellow Middle School are slated to participate in the United States Department of Energy Office of Science’s National Science Bowl regional competition next Saturday, March 7, at Jefferson Lab in Newport News, Va. The competition consists of matches between teams of four that face off in a fast-paced, […]Read more ›
George Mason High School’s annual International Dinner will be held next Wednesday, March 4, from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. in the school’s Mustang Cafe, located at 7130 Leesburg Pike. The dinner, an evening of family fun, food and entertainment and celebration of the City’s diversity, will be hosted by Mason’s […]Read more ›