Children with life-threatening illnesses that receive health care through Medicaid often rely on the emergency room for basic treatment.
Chantilly Academy cosmetology students raised money to benefit McKinley “Mac” Groseclose during a Cut-a-Thon for their annual community service project. Groseclose, shown here with his mom, a Chantilly alumna, and his friends, is recovering from brain cancer. (Photo: Wayne White)
CELEBRATING FALLS CHURCH’S LOVE of Harry Potter at Monday’s City Council meeting, Mayor Robin Gardner (top photo) dons an appropriate chapeau to officially announce the City of F.C. came in first place in the nation in the number of pre-sales per capita of the new Harry Potter book on Amazon.com. […]
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder or PTSD, is a disease that many of our nation’s servicemen and women returning home from combat are struggling to cope with.
When space allows we are now trying to run photos with the art reviews, for all the obvious reasons. What is far less obvious, and probably worth mentioning, is the web based version of the Falls Church News-Press.