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WITH MEMBERS OF THE Falls Church School Board and City Council gathered around a table on the dais, a large audience...
So we see with the wildly contrasting remarks by contesting Falls Church religious leaders, reported in this edition,...
by Liz Lizama George Mason High School’s varsity boys soccer team defeated Martinsville High School for the VHSL 2A state championship title at Radford University yesterday afternoon. Thirteen minutes into the game, junior forward Elliot Mercado scored Mason’s first and only goal of the first half. Despite failed attempts, the […]Read more ›
by Liz Lizama George Mason High School’s varsity girls soccer team notched its eighth consecutive state title in a tough 3-1 game against Maggie Walker High School yesterdat morning. The Mustangs beat the Green Dragons 4-0 in last week’s 2A East regional tournament, but Maggie Walker put up a bigger […]Read more ›
by Liz Lizama George Mason High School’s varsity boys basketball team beat Gate City High School 6-0 in the Virginia High School League 2A state semifinal match at Radford University on Friday afternoon. Junior forward Elliot Mercado scored a goal two minutes into the game to jumpstart the Mason lead. […]Read more ›
The annual Culmore Multicultural Day is scheduled for Saturday, April 18, from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the newly renovated Woodrow Wilson Library, located at 6101 Knollwood Dr., Falls Church. Children will be able to get their face painted and play on the FunBus, which features games. There will […]Read more ›
The final town mall meeting on the City of Falls Church’s budget deliberations will be held this Saturday, April 11 at 10 a.m. in the Falls Church Community Center. City staff will give presentations before the meeting is opened to questions. The F.C. City Council will adopt the FY16 budget […]Read more ›
Not only will long-time Mason District Supervisor Penny Gross face a Democratic primary challenge in June, but another candidate has announced her intent to run as an independent to face Gross in the November general election. While Gross will be challenged by Jessica Swanson in the June primary, community activist […]Read more ›