Three Mustangs have successfully auditioned into the 2021 All-Virginia Band and Orchestra: Joe Carpenter, Caroline Toyryla and Sophia Urbom.
The event provides an opportunity for members of the community to reflect on and highlight key issues of racial injustice for those passing by on Broad Street for an hour on Saturdays from noon – 1 p.m.
There is a limited selection of classic uniforms from most sports, including jerseys, warm-up jackets and pants, shorts, shooting shirts and polo shirts.
Jordan Rubin is a journalist working for Bloomberg and recently relocated to the Hillwood section of Falls Church from Washington, D.C.
Being belly rubbed through the pandemic is this week’s Critter Corner star, Monty.
Rachel relocated from a small apartment in Washington, D.C. during the height of the pandemic to Hillwood.
The Arrive Alive campaign focused on teen driving safety is looking to register middle schools and high schools in the Northern Virginia area to help boost awareness about teen driving safety.
The College and Career Services that’s part of the high school in Falls Church City is working with experts to bring a program to the Mustang community on Wednesday, April 14 at 7 p.m.
When asked if he had anything he wanted people to know he quipped, “Tell ‘em I take tips!”
“Her name is Sadie!”…just in case you were dying to know who this week’s Critter Corner star is.