Three hikers from Falls Church’s Boy Scout Troop 821 took part in the Alonzo Stagg Hike on March 15. The event was a 50/20 hike, meaning participants covered 50 miles in less than 20 hours. Caelin Campbell, George Christensen, and Scout Leader Tom Ogden finished the hike in about 18 […]
The Falls Church High School boys varsity lacrosse team played at host Thomas Jefferson High School last Monday night....
George Mason High School’s Lasso Online picked up a Silver Crown Award for outstanding scholastic publication...
George Mason High School’s scholastic bowl team earned second place in the Virginia High School League state tournament...
The George Mason High School wrestling team sent seven wrestlers to the Bull Run District Tournament last Saturday and placed three of them. Seniors Jack Stricker (left) and Max Aifer (right) each went 2-and-2 on the day to finish fourth in the field of nine. Grant Hagler (center) avenged an […]Read more ›
Two days after an agreement between Kaiser Permanente and the City of Falls Church to allow public parking in the health center’s garage was put on hold, the garage across N. Washington Street from the State Theatre with 400 parking spaces will be open for free public parking starting tonight based on an agreement signed with the City Friday night.Read more ›
After a months-long investigation, police arrested five men and seized three guns, marijuana and crack cocaine from a house in the Dunn Loring area Thursday.Read more ›
The winners of the 2014 Falls Church City Student Art Contest were announced at FIRSTfriday festivities at Art and Frame of Falls Church. All entries will be displayed in the shop at 111 Park Ave. throughout January. The 13 winning pieces will be included in the online calendar, soon to […]Read more ›
It seems that the Washington, D.C. area just can’t get enough burgers. Beef-on-bun chains continue to find their way to the Metro area. Take Kraze Burgers, a relative newcomer. The burger chain, first launched in South Korea in the ’90s, made its North American debut by way of Bethesda two […]Read more ›
In the four seasons since Creative Cauldron’s “Christmas Cabin of Carnaween” made its debut, seeing the play has become a holiday tradition for many local theater-goers. The adapted Irish folktale isn’t among the ranks of the classic stage entertainment of the season – not “A Christmas Carol” or “The Nutcracker” […]Read more ›