Falls Church City Schools’ commitment to reduce energy usage and promote sustainability in its schools is winning recognition from the Virginia School Boards Association (VSBA) as a Certified Green School Division.
The family of slain U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Ronald A. Rodriguez, 26, a 2002 graduate of Falls Church’s J.E.B. Stuart High School, was honored at the annual Veterans Day ceremony in Falls Church last Thursday.
Falls Church photographer Shaun Van Steyn (center) was honored last Friday as the recipient of a special award of appreciation for his years of contributions to the annual “Art for Life” art auction to benefit the Whitman-Walker Clinic in Washington D.C.
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society is searching for its 2011 Oncology Nurse of the Year.
Executive Chef Bertrand Chemel from Falls Church’s 2941 Restaurant will be featured at the Saturday, Nov. 20, Falls Church Farmers’ Market Chef Demonstration.
Throughout this month, JV’s will celebrate its anniversary with musicians who have come to know the legendary mystique of playing at this historical Northern Virginia venue.
Three Falls Church students have been named to Virginia Tech’s Marching Virginians.
Falls Church was strongly represented at last week’s annual Food Fight benefit for the D.C. Central Kitchen.
Troop 4861 presented a handmade wreath at George Washington’s Tomb at Mount Vernon as part of a special wreath-laying ceremony open to Scouts throughout November.
Dr. Ray Solano once again devoted his Falls Church-based chiropractic service to an annual food drive, this time using a room at Argia’s Restaurant that was crowded with supporters last week.