While Falls Church local Chuck Hobbie’s family was thrilled about his decision to join the U.S. Peace Corps back in 1968, only his mailman seemed to have qualms about his plans to teach English to Korean students in Seoul.
Battling a case of nerves isn’t that unusual on the first day of a new job. However, battling rapid, rain-forest river currents just to make it to the office is.
Frances Webster Darby Loikow, 96, a 57-year resident of Falls Church, Virginia, before recently moving to Washington, D.C., died peacefully of heart failure on Wednesday, August 1, 2007, at Sibley Hospital, Washington, D.C. Mrs. Loikow served in the Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps and the Women’s Army Corps during World War […]
The City of Falls Church went into federal court in Alexandria today (Thurs., Feb. 22) to seek an injunction against what it calls “a declared intent and concerted efforts” by the Fairfax County Water Authority to customers located within the designated boundaries established as Falls Church Water System territory.
For most young children, the mindset is that their parents, or more generally all adults possess an unconditional power, a larger-than-life quality reflected in each youngster’s eyes. For the kindergarten class at North Park Elementary School in Santa Clarita, Calif., their admiration of their 59-year-old teacher, former Falls Church resident […]
Historic Mount Vernon’s Grand Opening of 25 New Galleries and Theatres, Friday, Oct. 27, 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.