Letters to the Editor from June 25 – July 1, 2020 Editor, Having spent my career in public service conducting congressional investigations and evaluating government programs, I found my professional instincts kicking in as I read the recent letter to the editor, “Nearly 700 Signatures Support Changing TJ Elementary Name” […]
Beginning on Wednesday, July 1, and concluding on Monday, Aug. 17, this free virtual event allows participants and a team of their choosing to compete against other teams and win amazing prizes.
What an irony that New York, the state which was on fire with Covid-19 infections just two months ago, is now imposing quarantines on visitors to that state coming from the current growing wave of high-infection rate states.
Last week’s News-Press published the list of graduates from George Mason High School, though was alerted by several parents that multiple students had been left out of the announcement.
The Falls Church City Council issued a call yesterday looking for seven volunteers to join the newly-created Use of Force Review Committee (UFRC).
The Toy Nest officially opened with a ribbon cutting on Friday, June 19. The toy library is now open for families to view the toys, games, and other items available as drop in rentals or via memberships.
Falls Church City and virtual events for the week of June 25– July 1, 2020.
For many Falls Church restaurants and other small businesses, this comes not a day too soon.
Richard G. Maynard (“Dick”) of Harrison, Maine passed away peacefully at home on Dec. 28, 2019, surrounded by his family.
Forty-five teams from across the U.S. took part in the national competition, advancing from the regional competition where teams had to place first in order to advance.