For 25 years, Ken Currle and his team refilled tanks, changed oil, tuned up engines and more at the City Sunoco gas and service station at the intersection of W. Broad and West St. in the City of Falls Church. But when development plans for a big mixed-use project that […]
Author: Matt Delaney
George Mason High School’s girls basketball team didn’t have the merriest of winter breaks as it lost all three of its games by double-digits at Fairfax High School’s Rebel Roundball holiday basketball tournament. It’s hard to knock the Mustangs (3-8) for dropping their three games at Fairfax High. A key […]
Three games in three days and three brutal losses were handed to George Mason High School’s boys basketball team as it went winless in the Joe Cascio Holiday Classic at Falls Church High School. Mason (4-4) suffered the whole spectrum of defeat at the nearby school: a blowout, a blown […]
WELCOMING IN 2019 was a lively crew of City of Falls Church (and of course, non-City) residents, who bounced on bungie cords, gobbled up popcorn and danced a cool night away until witnessing the Watch Night star descend as the calendar flipped.
Bluegrass music typically conjures up images of dusty rural folk posted up on a wooden porch with a “XXX” bottle nearby serving as the inspiration and compensation for a good song. And while that may hold true in some corners of the country, Falls Church’s own Leesburg Pike Bluegrass brings […]
Over the course of Falls Church’s 21 years of Watch Night News Year Eve celebrations, one question has been burning on everyone’s mind: What’s the story behind the Watch Night star?
George Mason High School’s boys basketball team was on the winning end of an 82-79 overtime cinematic against Washington-Lee High School on Dec. 20. This game had a little bit of everything. Wild momentum swings, big shots in big moments and, at least for Mason (4-2) and its fans, an […]
A mid-game rally wasn’t enough for George Mason High School’s girls basketball team as it fell, 52-47, to Washington-Lee High School last Thursday. The Mustangs (3-6) endured a barrage of deep balls by the Generals in the early going and a double-digit deficit to spar their way back into contention […]
You can’t go wrong dropping in to the News-Press’ annual holiday shindig. Friends, musicians and even some friendly neighborhood politicians gathered around the Anthony’s Pizza last Thursday evening.
It just isn’t the holidays without a gingerbread house sighting, and for those who’ve been deprived of that spectacle so far, a trip to Cafe Kindred to observe their annual masterpiece will satisfy your craving. Each year, Cafe Kindred owners Jen Demetrio and Gary O’Hanlon choose a different building in […]