Last-Minute Touchdown Sends Statesmen to Playoffs; Square Off Saturday Against Mt. Vernon Majors With a berth in the AAA Northern Region playoffs on the line, the Marshall Statesmen stepped up their game against a Madison team they had not beaten since 1999, finishing off the Warhawks within the last minute […]
‘Postcards From The Real’ Paintings by Josephine Haden. Through November 3, at McLean Project for the Arts (MPA). McLean Community Center (1234 Ingleside Ave., McLean, Second floor). Gallery Hours: Tuesday through Friday 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., Saturdays 1 – 5 p.m. For more information, call 703-790-1953, or see www.mpaart.org.
The sun was shining brightly across the ponds at Green Spring Gardens as family and friends of Airman 1st Class Jason Kenneth Duvall dedicated a gazebo in his memory on June 16. Jason often visited Green Spring Gardens while growing up. According to his mother, Sally, he fed the geese […]
News on the gasoline stockpile situation was delayed this week due to the Memorial Day holiday. As gasoline consumption figures over the long weekend won’t be available until the middle of next week, we may get a better insight into prospects for this summer then. While waiting, however, it seems […]
Falls Church’s Andy Anderson waited years to pursue his dream of bowling professionally. Now, in his retirement, he’s finally getting the chance to start. Falls Church resident and rookie professional bowler Andy Anderson has a different definition of retirement than most. Most people don’t “retire” by starting to play […]
On April 22, 1970, the first Earth Day, 25 million people joined around the country to demand a safer, cleaner and healthier world. The impact of this global environmental awareness day was astonishing. In large part due to raising the public’s awareness, with large, bipartisan majorities, Congress passed in rapid […]
The year 2007 is shaping up as one filled with bad news. It’s only March and already oil prices are threatening new highs. This fall’s hurricane season is predicted to be a bad one. Worst of all, a new study of coal reserves, which were supposed to last for the […]
Madison — 21, Marshall — 6 The Statesmen’s playoff hopes were dashed as the team best known for late-game surges was all out of juice, falling to Madison 21-6 on Saturday night.
FALLS CHURCH, VA. – Repairs have been completed to the 6-inch cast iron water main break that occurred on eastbound Route 7 at Patrick Henry Drive in Fairfax County on Nov. 1, 2006. Eastbound lanes of Route 7 near Patrick Henry Drive have reopened to traffic.
NEW YORK – A small plane with New York Yankees pitcher Cory Lidle aboard slammed into a 50-story residential building Wednesday, killing at least two people in a fiery crash and raising new questions about security.