Nelson, a.k.a. Nelly is a five year old Mainecoon mix. He moved to Falls Church with his family last year. Nelly can be found on Instagram @nellycatt.
The City of Falls Church Recreation and Parks Department announced the winners of the 2021 Taste of Falls Church, held last Saturday at the Falls Church Festival.
Falls Church City 8th grader Lorien Jackson became the first Eagle Scout for her troop and one of the first female Eagle Scouts in the country recently.
An 8 year resident of Falls Church, Jess Sabo was originally a resident of the Oakwood Apartments. These days she is a stay at home mom and is the volunteer treasurer for the Library Foundation.
McLean High School senior Cathy Zhang recently completed the Gold Award, the highest achievement a Girl Scout can earn.
The News-Press’ “Our Man in Arlington” columnist Charlie Clark has published two books recently, one being a biography of George Washington Parke Custis and the other focusing on some of the forgotten aspects of Arlington’s history.
Welcoming Week in Falls Church has returned for its third year in a row. The week-long event started in 2018 focuses on using community events to help build connections with local immigrants and refugees, and is a part of the Welcoming America movement that addresses that same goal.
With the construction of Meridian High School, the school also made the decision to digitize many of its old yearbooks, editions of The Lasso, hallway artwork as well as athletics and academic trophies.
McLean Community Center (1234 Ingleside Ave., McLean, VA) will be hosting its Harvest Happenings Festival on Saturday, Sept. 25 from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Big Boy Sam is 17 years old and has lived all over the US and in Germany twice with his loving family. He’s a sweet snuggler who purrs while he eats.