The Mustangs lost their chance to win late in the fourth quarter last Wednesday when a three-point attempt by junior guard Deven Martino couldn’t convert and ultimately sealed the game’s outcome.
Lee Culver, an award winning watercolorist and teacher, will be the presenter at the Friday, Jan. 24 meeting of the McLean Art Society that will take place from 10 a.m. – noon at the McLean Community Center (1234 Ingleside Ave., McLean).
This week’s Critter Corner is a personal submission. It’s weird to get one from the pet itself, but suspending disbelief is our game here in this section.
A clerk was assaulted during a robbery at a Falls Church motel last week, according to the City’s January 6 – 12 crime report.
The team, which included Tim Shields, Vedhas Banaji, Jaisamir Singh, Ben Dabich and Cole Bank, presented a case study about hiring and retaining qualified applicants for entry-level positions.
City of Falls Church resident Linda Kamel, who helped organized the donation drive for the Lakota people on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, sends her thanks to those who helped donated in a personal message
The League’s presence in Falls Church began on May 1, 1951, and since that time, has been extraordinarily active in a range of issues surrounding the City and its residents.
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam issued the following statement late this afternoon: “We are all thankful that today passed without incident. The teams successfully de-escalated what could have been a volatile situation. This resulted from weeks of planning and extensive cooperation among state, local, and federal partners in Virginia and […]
Garry Gekhman visited the children’s center to share his book “Little Yura Learns to Dance,” which touches on how he overcame the bullying in his youth and used those lessons to create a lifetime of accomplishments, all while learning the joy of dance.
The interest form can be found at fccps.org/o/jtp, scrolling down and clicking on the announcement under the “News” section. The form will be available through Jan. 31.