Falls Church City Public Schools is accepting nominations for its 2010-11 Agnes Meyer Outstanding Teacher award.
Last month, Mt. Daniel School students planted Red Emperor tulip bulbs as part of “The Journey North.”
George Mason High School students took part Dec. 17 in the Poetry Out Loud competition. Of 10 contestants, three winners were named.
U.S. Rep. Jim Moran (left) helps unload the bags of new gifts collected by members of his staff at their holiday party yesterday to the Northern Virginia-based Shae’s Place, a soon-to-be-operational live-in facility for U.S.-born teenage girl victims of human trafficking.
Guitar players performed for shoppers at Brown’s Hardware as part of the store’s Santa Jam, an annual event held the first Saturday afternoon before Christmas.
Former director of the Falls Church Chamber of Commerce, U.S. Navy Cdr. (Ret.) Robert S. “Hap” Day (center) was presented with a framed copy of the front page of an August edition of the Falls Church News-Press Monday.
The Rotary Club of Falls Church recently inducted a 26-year-old attorney as its youngest member.
The Victorian Society at Falls Church opened Cherry Hill Farmhouse to the public Dec. 11 to celebrate Christmas in the 1890s.
More than three dozen students from Northern Virginia graduated from the most recent class of Commonwealth ChalleNGe, a free, statewide quasi-military program for at-risk teens who have dropped out of high school.
College students from Falls Church have been named to the Dean’s List at their schools in recognition of their academic achievements.