The annual “best” and “worst” lists that punctuate the end of the old year and make way for the new may be nearly exhausted, but perhaps there’s room for just a few more items, this time focusing on Mason District and Fairfax County. So here are some brickbats and bouquets […]
The George Mason High School boys varsity basketball team claimed its first win of the season last Wednesday, topping Briar Woods High School by a score of 53-46.
Tom Abbey, a 26-year-old personal trainer at Falls Church’s Vantage Fitness, qualified for the U.S. Olympic Development Skeleton Athlete Program last week by being one of only two athletes out of 19 who were selected after a week of tryouts at Lake Placid. Abbey’s scores in general athletic drills were […]
Seeks Council OK For Bank on Site, Eatery Signs Up The developer of the largest new mixed-use project yet in the City of Falls Church told the City Council Monday that his mammoth, “The Spectrum,” going up in the 500 block of West Broad Street is being completed on schedule. […]
Homestretch Wine Tasting and Silent Auction Fundraiser, Gannett-USA Today Building, McLean, Friday, Sept. 28, 7 p.m. on.
Returning stars Susanna Sullivan and Miles Butler look to lead the girls and boys cross country teams to another successful season as the Mustangs opened up the 2007 campaign with a solid showing at the Gettysburg Invitational September 8.
The following is excerpted from the speech of Roger Neighborgall slated to be delivered Monday at the Memorial Day observance in front of the Community Center at 11 a.m.
In a surprise Monday, a key developer in the City of Falls Church’s downtown offered to “go the second mile” by announcing at the City Council meeting it will respond to Council concerns with a redoubled effort to secure a prime retailer for its new West Broad St. site.
So far Soju for Anheuser-Busch, a company you can’t accuse of rushing into the spirits field.
You wouldn’t know it if you hung around City Hall, the city’s economic development team or even the Chamber of Commerce, but the City of Falls Church played host to one of the Washington, D.C., metropolitan region’s classiest galas Sunday night, the so-called “Wammies,” at its State Theatre. This is […]