Former Falls Church City Mayor Alan Brangman showed his support for the mass protests taking place in response to George Floyd’s death in police custody back in May.
Since 2010, promoting education for Maya children from poor economic backgrounds in that region has been the mission of the Shelton H. Davis Memorial Fund, also known as the Shelton H. Davis Scholarship Fund.
The tributes to devoted Falls Church city activist and volunteer Barb Cram spread fast throughout the City of Falls Church after her death June 2
She loves having her people around for extra cuddles and enjoys her leisurely walks each day around Falls Church.
Kathleen Otal, who serves as a school counselor at McLean High School, has been named the 2020 Virginia School Counselor Association (VSCA) Secondary Counselor of the Year.
The White Coats for Black Lives movement observed a moment of reflection on June 5.
The Alden in McLean has awarded scholarships to nine local high school students through the 2020 James C. Macdonald Performing Arts Scholarship Competition.
Congressional School, a private-independent school in Falls Church, recently announced the launch of its Summer Academy, a virtual academic enrichment program with a range of two-week classes designed to keep students’ academic skills sharp and give them a boost when returning to school in the fall.
Marshall Academy, a Governor’s STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) academy, celebrated its 21st annual Academy Awards by honoring its Academy Students of the Year, who have excelled in their academy courses.
Columbia Baptist Church collected six and a half truckloads of food from 210 households for the The Spend Yourself Food Pantry at its drive-thru food drive in Bailey’s Crossroads.