Hope sustains many people through the hardest ordeals, and in the case of one Falls Church citizen and cancer survivor, it’s appropriate that Hope happens to be her name.
Alexandria Hosts Vision Walk for Blindness The Foundation for Fighting Blindness will host the Northern Virginia/D.C. Metro Vision Walk to be held at Cameron Park (4001 Eisenhower Ave., Alexandria) this Saturday, May 9.
F.C. Schools Send Swine Flu Advisory to Parents The Falls Church City Schools announced yesterday that an advisory was sent home with students to all school households, and also posted on the schools’ web site.
David Craig Welch, 42, recipient of the Falls Church Chamber of Commerce’s special James Elkin Humanitarian Award last spring for his Web site work to provide better information, awareness and communication among brain tumor victims, died Jan. 7 at the home of his mother in Annandale.
Visiting Middle Schoolers Recount Inauguration Memories Sixteen middle school students from Santa Barbara, Calif., who spent six days sleeping at the Falls Church Presbyterian Church to cover the Presidential Inauguration as journalists, recounted their most profound Inauguration experiences gathered together at Anthony’s Restaurant last night before departing to fly back […]
Assails ‘Sacking’ Of Planners by F.C. City Council Editor, By sacking Planning Commission members whose advice and recommendations it didn’t like and replacing them with hand-picked apparatchiks, the majority on the City Council, in true totalitarian fashion, has achieved its goal of absolute control over City entities with responsibilities for […]
There’s a lot to discuss. Since the last time she appeared in the pages of Press Pass, Ingrid Michaelson’s upward climb accelerated rapidly.
Last F.C. Sunset Cinema Hits Cherry Hill Park The last fifth annual Sunset Cinema in the Park screening, “Horton Hears a Who,” is this Friday, Sept. 26 outside at Cherry Hill Park (312 Park Ave., Falls Church).
ALMOST $82,000 WAS RAISED in the fight for a cure for cancer in Falls Church last Saturday night, as over 400 participants showed up for a local, all-night Relay for Life event at George Mason High School. The event was launched with a moving ceremony at 6 p.m. and participants, […]
Forty teams with 433 total participants are signed up so far to take part in the all-nighter at the George Mason High School football field in Falls Church this weekend, May 31-June 1. It’s the Relay for Life fundraiser that has already raised $54,251 for the American Cancer Society, as […]