Delegate Kaye Kory will be holding open office hours on Saturday, July 24 from 10 a.m. – noon at the Thomas Jefferson Library, it was announced yesterday.
RAINY FORCECASTS DIDN’T deter residents from breaking a sweat for the sake of their health on the W&OD trail in the City of Falls Church this Monday.
La Côte d’Or Bastille Day Waiter’s Race four-time winner, Paz Gonzalez (left), was awarded his trophy this afternoon.
Moonlit Wings Productions held a dress rehearsal last week of “Charlie’s Chocolate Factory,” a local play starring children enrolled in Providence RECenter’s drama camp in Falls Church.
The George Mason High School class of 1975 held its 35th class reunion festivities last Saturday.
Apple Federal Credit Union (AFCU), which was started for and by public school teachers, launched a month-long “Stuff the Bus” drive this week to solicit donated school supplies for needy Northern Virginia school children.
Help find Teddy! He is a small, light brown and white dog who escaped from his home on N. 37th St. in North Arlington.
Charles Tenney of McLean High School (MHS) was awarded a National Merit Virginia Tech scholarship to study engineering.
The Rotary Club of McLean raised over $3,400 for its humanitarian aid projects. The club held a concessions stand at the 95th Annual McLean Day where the members grilled and sold hamburgers and hotdogs.
Catherine Breen, a student at George Mason High School in Falls Church, was one of the 48 rising seniors in Virginia selected to participate in the Virginia Aerospace and Technology Scholars (VASTS) academy.