Arrest Made in F.C. Murder Case A Fairfax County police investigation into the Sept. 25 murder of Genevieve Paulette Orange led to the arrest yesterday of Mark Erik Lawlor, 43, a resident in the same apartment complex as Orange at 6166 Leesburg Pike.
The 29th Annual Mason District Park Festival, one of our community’s oldest (and free) family events, will be held this Saturday, September 27, from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m., at the park, 6621 Columbia Pike in Annandale.
Palin Due at Pricey Tyson’s Corner Fundraiser Oct. 13 Republican Vice Presidential candidate Gov. Sarah Palin will appear at a pricey fundraiser in support of the McCain-Palin ticket on Monday, Oct. 13, at the Ritz Carlton in Tysons Corner, it was announced yesterday.
After graduating from McLean High School in 1970, theatre arts teacher and director Denise Perrino never imagined that she would now be teaching students of her own on the same stage she had performed on as a teenager – students who, more importantly, have just been asked to perform on […]
F.C.’s Abbey Qualifies for Olympic Trials Falls Church physical trainer Tom Abbey has been accepted into the field of athletes for the 2008 USA skeleton team trials in preparation for the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver.
F.C. ‘Arts District’ Push to Begin Sept. 8 Two leaders of the City of Falls Church’s burgeoning arts community will be addressing the F.C. City Council at its Sept. 8 meeting, reporting on progress in the development of an arts center at the new Pearson Square mixed use project and […]
From the indoor confines of gadgets and game systems, Camp Director Laura Hull rescues modern childhood from the sedentary life through Creative Cauldron’s three week camp “From the Seeds of Imagination: Magical, Mythical Plants.”
F.C. Council Postpones Akridge Vote Plans to cast a preliminary “first reading” vote this Monday on the Akridge Company’s mixed use project on N. Washington St. were altered this week, with the Falls Church City Council putting it off until its following meeting on Sept. 8.
‘Children of Eden’ Performance McLean Theater Workshop presents Stephen Schwartz’s “Children of Eden,” a modern musical adaptation of two classic Biblical stories – Adam and Eve and Noah’s flood – on July 30 and 31. Both shows are at 7 p.m. at Cooper Middle School (977 Balls Hill Rd., McLean), […]