Last Thursday afternoon, dozens of George Mason High School students volunteered to help the Falls Church Lions Club unload a truck full of fresh citrus fruit from Florida. The Lions citrus sale, which was originally scheduled for only last weekend, was extended to this Saturday, Dec. 13.
(Courtesy Photo) Arlington-based musician Michael Mattice has been taking a break from touring over the past few months...
(Photo: Courtesy of Rob Carey/FCCPS) Students in Rob Carey’s 4th grade class at Thomas Jefferson Elementary School...
(Courtesy Photo) A father-son team from Falls Church, Brian and Jack Goggin, won the Snowman Scramble 9-Hole Tournament...
Frank Spinello, head coach of George Mason High School’s varsity boys soccer team, was announced as the National High School Boys Soccer Coach of the Year for a small school by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America on Tuesday. Spinello, who took over as the Mustangs’ head coach since 2011, […]Read more ›
Rachel Horovitz (left) and Laurin Torres, students at George Mason High School, stand next to their pieces that are featured in the new Falls Church Arts show FACES, currently on display at ArtSpace Falls Church, located at 410 S. Maple St., Falls Church, until Nov. 30.Read more ›
With unusually mild weather as a further incentive, the turnout was reported as “brisk” in all three City of Falls Church voting precincts Tuesday.Read more ›
by Liz Lizama This fall, local high schools will showcase their talent with the help of parents, theater professionals and elementary and middle school thespians. McLean High School will kick off the fall theater season with the Halloween night debut of “The Addams Family,” and a costume contest. November and […]Read more ›
At one point in time, there were 10 different places in the Little City to get pizza. It was a crusty, cheesy paradise. And while there have been a few closings and relocations in recent years, Falls Church still packs some serious pizza pedigree. But even in F.C.’s glory days […]Read more ›
Twenty Falls Church citizens, including neighbors to the site who carried petitions signed by over 100, spoke out at a public hearing before the F.C. Planning Commission at City Hall Monday night. The consensus among the attendees was that the four-acre consolidated Mason Row proposal for rental apartments, condominiums, a […]Read more ›