As a reward for earning 800 Tiger Stripes, Thomas Jefferson Elementary’s students and staff got to deck themselves out in ‘80s-themed attire.
George Mason High School graduate Andrew Finein graduated Dec. 15 from the University of St. Francis in Joliet, Ill., with a Masters of Science in Management with a 4.0 GPA. He received his undergraduate degree from the same institution in Dec. 2016. He was home in Falls Church for the […]
It’s looking more and more like the City’s governmental leadership at City Hall and the School Board office, with poignant input from key private sector figures, has done numerous things very, very right lately. The process, with all of its countless meetings and deliberations, first began with a really good […]
The Falls Church City Council unanimously adopted the recommendations of the Falls Church Housing Commission for allocation of federal Community Development Block Grant and HOME funds for the coming year at its meeting Monday. The Mt. Daniel Family Outreach Program was awarded $4,000, the Falls Church Community Services Council’s Emergency […]
Street sweeping returns to the City of Falls Church the week of Sept. 10. The City has issued a public request that citizens move vehicles off the streets from 7 a.m. – 5 p.m. on the day their area is scheduled for street sweeping. Doing so helps crews do a […]
The City of Falls Church’s long-time rival high school in the Bull Run District, Manassas Park High School, has cancelled its varsity football program this fall, it was reported by the Culpeper Star-Exponent last week. The Manassas Park Cougars were not on Mason’s schedule this year, but have been stalwart […]
POLLY ENGLANDER is a petite, polydactyl Tabby living in Falls Church. She was adopted in Buffalo, New York through the Ten Lives Cat Rescue and Adoption Group.
The Class of 2018 created a sea of red on June 13th as their received their high school diplomas. George Mason High School seniors graduated after listening to speeches from their fellow classmates, their principal and Lieutenant Governor Justin Fairfax. As family and friends looked on, more than 200 seniors […]
Falls Church’s native son Bob Burnett will be premiering his short film, “Edward Hopper and the Marshall House” at the 4th Annual Northern Virginia International Film Festival this Monday, April 2 at the Angelika Film Center and Café at Mosaic District.
Along with the recent Little City Restaurant Revolution, there’s been a bit of a Falls Church fried chicken revolution as well.