“I just felt it was the time to go, age-wise as well, just to be on the safe side,” Janet Haines said. “I feel fine and I’m healthy, but it’s just one of those things. I just thought maybe it was time to stop.”
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“We had a bunch of large, dead trees that we could either take out of the ground, and they would just disappear, or we could do something with them,” Daniel J. Schlitt, Falls Church’s director of recreation and parks, said.
Brown’s parents credit their sons’ nanny, Laura Huffman, for encouraging and helping Brown submit his story to the podcast, which they hear while riding in the car after school or when they run errands.
Chosen by teachers and students in a pageant of questions, talents and biographies back in March, Edson and Jackson sat down last weekend with the News-Press to talk about the parade and high school.
Over five years the team has composed and directed a musical every year for the theatre, “a herculean feat,” Hull exclaimed in her office.
The venture is part of the annual Alonzo Stagg “50/20” hike, named after the legendary football coach and College Football and Basketball Hall of Famer, who supposedly required his players to hike “50/20” every season.
Challenges for restaurants are many and varied, and range from finding suitable labor to a transient clientele and expenses.
Lipetz beamed while noting the Herndon show was one of the best experiences of her young life, though she also knows it will be hard to let it go after this weekend’s final run.
Ever since Amazon announced that half of its HQ2 is coming to Northern Virginia with 25,000 jobs in tow, speculation about how intense its effect on the local real estate market would be has tamped down. Area real estate agents are glad to welcome new potential homeowners, but none of […]
Fear not Falls Church parents who found out the big day is barely a week (!!) away, we’re here to save you from sullen looks of your children on Christmas morning.