F.C. U13 Boys Black The U13 Boys Black “A” team played their best game of the year against a very experienced Annandale squad, with Annandale prevailing 5-3.
Drunkenness, 1200 blk. W Broad St., March 19, 12:17 a.m., police arrested a male, 47, of Alexandria, VA for DIP.
Sami Kalifa was quite possibly the most joyous man I ever met. His outlook on life was never saccharine or forced, but was a robust love of life and all the people in it.
“Nature deficit disorder” is the term used by Richard Louv, author of Last Child in the Woods, to describe what he sees as a failure for today’s children: too much time in front of computer screens and not enough time in free play outdoors.
Following an undefeated first five games of their summer league schedule, the 18U Falls Church Colts have been brought back down to earth in the past week, dropping three contests to fall to 5-5-1, with untimely errors as the primary culprit for the slide.
U11 Boys Win Youth Lacrosse Championship This past weekend, the U11 boys battled the heat and three teams to win the U11B Northern Virginia Youth Lacrosse Championship. Falls Church went into the playoffs as the No. 2 seed behind previously undefeated and No. 1 seed Fort Hunt. After […]
In the run-up to Memorial Day and the official start of swimming pool season for many neighborhoods, we sometimes lose track of other annual springtime events where we say “thank you” to those who make a difference in our community. Here are some that didn’t make the “other paper.”
VT Victim Honored at Annandale A newly commissioned piece of music in honor of Mary Read, Annandale High School graduate who died in the Virginia Tech shootings, will premiere at the Annandale High Spring Band Concert tonight, Thursday, at 7 p.m. The piece includes snippets of the Annandale High […]
There’s a new grocery store in town, and it’s gorgeous!