The audience follows Mary as she becomes her own person and watches as she learns to make up her own mind about what is important to her, regardless of other’s opinions, until Mary claims her independent decisions and finds friends who truly support her.
The Lions will be offering fresh Florida, California and Texas citrus and Vermont maple syrup for sale.
David J. Silbey of Cornell University, a professor of military history will discuss the D-Day operation and examine the landing and what came after to understand the challenges the Allies faced in not just breaking into Fortress Europe, but breaking out towards the German homeland.
THE MR. & MRS. MASON competition came and went on March 8, with 14 students nominated to win the coveted prize of a ride in the City of Falls Church’s Memorial Day.
MICHELSTOWN performed traditional Irish music for a sellout crowd at Cherry Hill Farmhouse parlor over the weekend.
Luther Jackson Middle School principal Chad Lehman was elected to the No Kids Hungry 2019 School Breakfast Hall of Fame.
Alcohol and drug-related offense fill the latest City of Falls Church crime report, released Monday. There were three DUIs, one drunk-in-public arrest and two narcotic violations for marijuana possession. Also in the report, tools were stolen from a home on Liberty Ave., two vehicles were looted on W. Jefferson St., […]
THE CONGRESSIONAL SCHOOL COLTS girls varsity basketball team took home the Capital Athletic Conference title trophy on March 6, after an exciting final playoff game against Westminster School.
The 242 Thomas Jefferson Elementary students who participated in the fundraising part of the activity had raised $22,666.
Internationally acclaimed organist Jeremy Filsell will perform Dupré’s “Le Chemin de la Croix” (The Stations of the Cross) at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church.