Brief news items from the Greater Falls Church area for the week of September 21.
The Falls Church City Council is expected to vote to pay a Washington, D.C., consulting firm $150,000 to study what’s for sale in Falls Church that could be preserved for affordable housing. This presents a problem on a number of levels.
Driving down Seven Corners Center it’s easy to miss Bangkok Golden. In fact the front of the Thai restaurant, situated in a cozy corner of the shopping center, still hangs the sign “Thai Spice,” from a previous owner. But those willing to look a little closer will be pleasantly surprised […]
FALLS CHURCH’S OWN Tom Gittins Sr. (left) and Sue Gittins (right) chatted with Rep. Jim Moran and his special guest, Sen. Ted Kennedy, at a Moran event last week. (News-Press photo)
Mason’s only All-District golfer, senior Andy Pribulka, sat down with the News Press’s Alex Prewitt to chat about a little golf, a little cartoon fast food, and the coolest bus driver ever.
Marshall H.S. — 38, J.E.B. Stuart H.S. — 0 The Statesman continued to roll to a 3-0 start with an offensive attack that garnered five rushing touchdowns against a Raiders team plagued by turnovers.
George Mason’s girls volleyball team continued their early season dominance winning against National Cathedral on Monday and sweeping Briar Woods Tuesday night, to improve to 6-1 on the year.
Costly Turnovers Prove Difference in Loss to Generals For the second week in a row, cloudy skies and sprinkles of rain provided the backdrop for a shutout at Moore Cadillac Stadium, but this time, the tables were turned for the George Mason High School varsity football team.
After a successful 2005 campaign, Mason High School’s cross country team continued its success in two meets last week. At Strasburg last Wednesday, both the boys and girls teams placed second overall and had strong individual performances.
Do you remember what you were thinking at this point in the 1998 season? Do you remember the energy surrounding Mark McGwire’s pursuit of Roger Maris’s record for home runs in a single season? The record that made the number 61 sacred? Do you remember the fist pumps and the […]