Articles by: Matt Delaney

New Sports Season Brings Optimism for Mustangs

September 5, 2018 7:25 PM0 comments

With the heat subsiding and the excitement of a new school year plastered onto every teacher and student (and parent) face alike, there may be no group happier than George Mason High School’s fall sports athletes and their coaches. This season will see some teams looking to build toward their […]

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In Annual State-of-City Interview, F.C. Mayor Tarter is Very Upbeat

August 30, 2018 8:34 AM0 comments

City of Falls Church Mayor David Tarter believes things are looking up for Falls Church.

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Press Pass: The Revivalists

August 15, 2018 7:35 PM0 comments

There’s an urge to achieve instant success in any endeavor you commit yourself to. Many people lack the patience to stick out the middling years before finally joining the upper tier of their field, but The Revivalists are living proof that spending a long time on the runway just ensures […]

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KKK Flyers Found in Greater F.C. Neighborhood

July 24, 2018 6:24 PM0 comments

Racist flyers from a branch of the Ku Klux Klan containing anti-semitic language were found on the property of multiple residences along Marshall St. in the Fairfax County section of Falls Church earlier this week, according to local resident. The notices appeared to be from the Loyal White Knights KKK, […]

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D.C. Housing Market Fares Well if Amazon or Apple Enter the Fray

July 9, 2018 9:00 AM0 comments

Correction: An earlier version of this article incorrectly stated that Derrick Swaak believed rising interest rates may motivate homeowners to sell and add more housing inventory to the market, easing the overall demand and housing prices as a result. In actuality, Swaak stated that rising interest rates may cause homeowners […]

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Fairfax Co. Schools Change Dress Code, While F.C. Schools Stand Pat

June 22, 2018 3:41 PM0 comments

Last week, Fairfax County Public Schools adopted a proposal to remove certain phrases from its current dress code that were perceived as shaming female students. Meanwhile, neighboring Falls Church City Public Schools will continue to uphold its current policy of allowing individual City schools to outline its own personal dress […]

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Falls Church 1st Grader Wins Grand Prize in Google Doodle Competition

June 20, 2018 7:20 PM0 comments

A spur-of-the-moment drawing has permanently brightened the future of the six-year-old artist behind it.

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Class of 2018 Tosses Their Caps and Looks to the Future

June 18, 2018 12:16 PM0 comments

The Class of 2018 created a sea of red on June 13th as their received their high school diplomas. George Mason High School seniors graduated after listening to speeches from their fellow classmates, their principal and Lieutenant Governor Justin Fairfax. As family and friends looked on, more than 200 seniors […]

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Mustangs’ Grueling Home Stretch Ends in Reunion with State Title

June 13, 2018 8:44 PM0 comments

A long, title-less year is no more as George Mason High School’s boys soccer team clinched its sixth Class 2 state championship in the past nine years to retake its seat atop the state’s soccer throne. Not even two weeks ago it appeared Mason (22-1-1) would cruise its way to […]

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Mason Snags 11th Straight State Title In Year of Change

8:44 PM0 comments

Even though the team was neck deep in a new culture brought on by a new head coach, George Mason High School’s girls soccer team ends its season in the same gratifying fashion by clinching the Class 2 state championship for the 11th season in a row. Touching the trophy […]

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