Trailing 13-7 with eight minutes left in the fourth quarter, George Mason High School linebacker Misael Benitez exploded through the line and sacked J.E.B. Stuart High’s quarterback Jason Friday on a crucial fourth and four well inside Mason territory.
Fairfax County Public Schools Surpass State, National SAT Scores Fairfax County Public High School students in the class of 2008 have outperformed others in Virginia and across the nation on the SAT with an average of 1654 on the three-part test, according to figures released by FCPS Superintendent Jack D. […]
Local Wedding Announcement Miriam Leonard and David Horgan are happy to announce that they will be married on Saturday, Sept. 20 on the lawn of the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Va. Leonard is the daughter of Eugene and Carol Leonard of Falls Church. Horgan is the son of Cornelius […]
At 93, Walter Mess is of an age where he wouldn’t know a Google if it bit him.
Slated to set up his Virginia headquarters in the City of Falls Church by 2009, Thomas Sawner, Chief Officer of Educational Options, Inc., best known as EdOptions, looks forward to building “a long relationship” with the Falls Church community.
James A. Keys died in his home in Falls Church on August 18, 2008 from hepatocellular carcinoma, a rare liver cancer.
F.C.’s Abbey Qualifies for Olympic Trials Falls Church physical trainer Tom Abbey has been accepted into the field of athletes for the 2008 USA skeleton team trials in preparation for the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver.
This newspaper hit the milestone of 900 consecutive weekly editions last week, covering a span of almost 17 and a half years.
Earlier this year I sponsored legislation to establish a Commission on Energy and the Environment that I now chair.
Letters tot he Editor for the week of September 4 – 10, 2008