Coming off two big wins against South Lakes last week, McLean High School’s varsity softball team, number one in the Liberty District, were in position to take on George C. Marshall High on May 1.
Named by Washingtonian magazine as one of the best Indian restaurants in the D.C. area, Haandi’s international fare and exceptional service makes this establishment a fine dining experience for couples and families alike.
Trinity Girls Volleyball Team Wins League Championship The Trinity School at Meadow View’s girls volleyball team, comprised of seventh and eighth grade students, won the Northern Virginia Independent Athletic Conference (NVIAC) post season tournament, claiming victory over the previously undefeated Virginia Academy girls team.
Westgate Assistant Principal Receives Award Julie Kindelan, assistant principal at Westgate Elementary School has been named the Virginia Association for Elementary School Principals Assistant Principal of the Year for 2008.
The high-scoring rivalry game between Falls Church and J.E.B. Stuart High School kicked off with 40 combined points and a 20-20 tie at halftime, but the Jaguars took control of the game, and the vaunted Bell, with 21 second half points for a 41-28 victory.
My question of the week is: What do the recent days’ stories of Joshua Bell fiddling at a Washington, D.C. subway stop and radio talk show host Don Imus’ racist remarks have in common?
While hardly a storybook season, the last chapter for the Falls Church High School varsity football team will read as a happy one, as the Jaguars trounced the J.E.B. Stuart Raiders 62-6 on Saturday night to claim the coveted Bell.
Changes in regional and national market conditions combined with an unwelcoming political environment in the City of Falls Church have caused two major developers to withdraw large-scale and large revenue-generating projects in the City over the summer. A third, just outside the City, is now on hold.
Standing in the lobby of the Falls Church City Hall’s Council chambers following the rejection of his $35 million proposal for a mixed use project on N. Washington Street Monday night, an angry senior vice president of the highly-regarded Hekemian Company railed against what he called “a serious disconnect between […]