Ann Cline, 87, a native of Falls Church and a longtime journalist at The Washington Star and one of the first women to work in its newsroom, died May 10 at the Collingswood Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Rockville, Md. She had congestive heart disease.
VIENNA, Virginia — Family and friends are mourning the loss of Maxine Shelly Turner, 22, a vibrant young woman who was weeks from receiving a bachelor of science degree with honors in chemical engineering from Virginia Polytechnic University and embarking on a career with the makers of Gore-Tex.
The Doctor Is Out
After 35 Years of Practicing Pediatrics in Falls Church, Dr. Carl Salsbury Hung Up His Stethoscope at the End of Last Year Wear a helmet when riding a bike, exercise and eat your vegetables. The years gone by may be many, but Dr. Carl Salsbury, the beloved local pediatrician and […]
A Penny For Your Thoughts: The News of Greater Falls Church
Now that daylight savings time is upon us, and winter weather, hopefully, is a blast in the past, attention turns to outdoor activities or, at least, activities that take us out of the house. Following are a few opportunities to explore in the next couple of weeks.
Marshall Sports Briefs
Marshall Gymnasts Advance to Regionals Marshall High Schools’s Laura Katz and Sarit Cliffer advanced to the Regionals after Monday night’s Liberty District meet. Katz placed first on the vault with a 9.550, fourth all around (35.975), fifth on floor (9.30), fifth on beam (8.85) and seventh on bars (8.25). Cliffer […]
Delmore Ends With a Flourish
“I couldn’t have asked for a better final moment at Nationals,” said Derrick Delmore, who skated his final competitive performance at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships on the night of Jan. 27 in Spokane, Wash. “I can count on one hand the number of performances I’ve had that were that […]
Press Pass: Joshua Radin
For Joshua Radin, it was becoming a cycle. A job would start as a passion, then slowly erode until it became solely a source of profit.
Our Man In Arlington
A group from the Arlington Learning in Retirement Institute recently toured the Arlington Career Center on Walter Read Drive in South Arlington, topped off with a spaghetti and salad luncheon prepared by the center’s culinary arts students.. It was a great experience – including the food!
Jody’s Jam of the Week
At F.C. High, an Act of Love
Show business is a tough world. It is a truism that actor Reed Meschefske has learned quite well during his extensive time in the field. However, it is that fact that has him so thrilled to take over as the Head of Theatre at Falls Church High School.