MBC Student Achieves Academic Excellence Rachel W. Reich of Falls Church earned a place on the honors list at Mary Baldwin College in Staunton, Va., for maintaining a grade point average of 3.75-4.0.
Arlington Student Earns Degree With Honors After graduating from Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, James C. Montana, entered Amherst College. Son of Dr. Stephen Montana and Dr. Margaret E. Coogan, Montana majored in German and philosophy at Amherst. He received a bachelor’s degree, with summa cum laude […]
Synthetic Turf Fields Groundbreaking Celebration surrounding the conversion of two existing athletic fields to synthetic turf took place during a groundbreaking ceremony held June 29, 2008 at Spring Hill Park in McLean. Officials from the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors, the Fairfax Park Authority and McLean Youth Soccer (MYS) joined […]
Resident Heads to the Peace Corps After years of participating in public service and leadership activities, Sean Moore, a resident of Falls Church, is prepared to begin his tenure as a volunteer in the Peace Corps. As part of an assignment to complete his master’s degree, Moore will work on […]
Several rain outs and a 1-4 start have provided for a disappointing beginning to the summer for a talented Falls Church Post 130 American Legion team.
Weichert, Realtors’ Arlington Office Honors Top Sellers Barbara Stone, branch manager of Weichert, Realtors’ Arlington Office, recently announced that Chairman’s Club member Sheila Fisher led the Weichert region, which consists of 18 offices in Virginia and D.C., in new home dollar value. David Lloyd, Jr. led the region in […]
Janice Mildred Eklund, 57, a longtime resident of the City of Falls Church and one of the first elected school board members in Virginia, died on Tuesday, May 6, 2008, of colon cancer at her home in Annandale, Va.
Local High Schools Named Newsweek’s Best Newsweek released its Top High Schools Ratings this week, many of which where local and made the top 100 including rating number 16- H-B Wooten in Arlington, number 55- Langley in McLean, number 58- George Mason in Falls Church, number 64- Washington-Lee in […]
Eighteen-year-old senior at J.E.B. Stuart High School Hallie Colegrove may have the potential to be the next Barbara Walters, but says that journalism isn’t something she wishes to pursue as a future career.
Since it was first enacted, the GI Bill of Rights has been wildly successful.