Articles by: Matt Delaney

70 Years Strong, Falls Church’s Kiwanis Still Play Ball Their Way

April 19, 2018 12:00 PM0 comments

The Falls Church Kiwanis Little League values competition as well as the communal aspect that make the league a treat to sign up for year after year.

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Up & Down Mustangs Season Provides Lessons

April 18, 2018 8:26 PM0 comments

An action-packed week saw George Mason High School’s girls soccer team play four games in four days and finish with two wins and two losses. It’s just over a month into the season and the Mustangs (4-3) have performed admirably, defeating Bull Run district opponents while stumbling against higher-classified teams. […]

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Mason Boys Remain Undefeated, Now with 8-0-1 Record

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George Mason High School’s boys soccer team continues to chug right along as victories over Loudoun County, Rappahannock and Strasburg high schools have kept their record unblemished. With the Mustangs (8-0-1) holding a 56-7 goal differential on the season, it’s a surprise that coming into the year offense was a […]

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Spring Plays on the Bill at F.C. Schools

April 12, 2018 9:30 AM0 comments

This spring’s high school theater offerings in the Falls Church area are right around the corner and are sure treats for audiences. ‘The Little Mermaid’ at J.E.B. Stuart High School “The Little Mermaid” is a musical based on one of writer Hans Christian Andersen’s most beloved stories and the classic […]

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This Week in Sports: Softball & Baseball

April 11, 2018 7:42 PM0 comments

SOPHOMORE PITCHER Kelly Fischer cocks her arm back as she prepares to send a strike down home plate. Strong performances by the Mustangs have made last year’s winless record a thing of the past, as they currently sit at 2-2 in the young season. IT’S BEEN A ROUGHER GO for […]

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Mason Soccer Remains Unbeaten

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George Mason High School’s boys soccer season is in full swing as the team took down longtime rival Central High School, 7-0, as well as higher-classified Lee High School, 2-0, in the last week. The Mustangs (5-0-1) have started this year determined after an abridged finish last season that saw […]

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Congressional Reforms to Federal Mortgage Providers Would Affect Interest Rates, Loans

April 10, 2018 9:00 AM0 comments

Homeowners and prospective homebuyers may come up against a new obstacle when paying or taking on a mortgage for their desired property if Congressional reforms to government-sponsored enterprises are made official in the near future. According to new research by Zillow, Congress is considering changes to the lending procedures used […]

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Affordable Housing Provides City An Opportunity to Live Its Values

April 6, 2018 9:00 AM0 comments

Falls Church loves the idea of diversity, but it hasn’t shown an inclination to verify that belief through action. Making progress on the affordable housing front is a step in the right direction.

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Mustangs Ready for Arrival of Spring Sports Season

March 28, 2018 7:43 PM0 comments

Flowers are nearing bloom just as George Mason High School athletes are returning to the field, pitch, diamond and track for the 2018 spring sports season. An array of Mustangs fans are eager to get the competition underway, so let’s peek at what’s to come. Softball New head coach Katherine […]

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Falls Church Not Following Fairfax Co. In Implementing Police Body Cameras

March 22, 2018 2:30 PM0 comments

In February the Fairfax County Police Department began testing a pilot program for body cameras by equipping 230 officers with them at the Mason, Mount Vernon and Reston district police stations to be used on everything from emergency situations to routine traffic stops. However, don’t expect the City of Falls Church Police to follow suit.

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