McLean H.S. Co-ed Crew Team Wins Gold The McLean High School co-ed crew team captured five gold, five silver and three bronze awards, to go along with 29 top-eight finishes, at the 2009 MidAtlantic Erg Sprints, held last Friday, Jan. 31 at T.C. Williams High School in Alexandria.
February FIRSTFriday Arrives in Falls Church Falls Church’s FIRSTfriday will be held for the month of February this Friday, Feb. 6 with a variety of different events and exhibitions for folks in the town .
F.C. Town Hall Meeting on Budget Feb. 12 The City of Falls Church announced that a town hall-style public meeting to air issues and concerns with the coming budget cycle will be held Thursday, Feb. 12, at the Falls Church Community Center, 223 Little Falls St., at 6:30 p.m.
Do Unto Others… Copyright Basics for Professional Artists with John D. Mason, of Washington Area Lawyers for the Arts, on the second floor of Arlington Central Library (1015 N. Quincy St., Arlington).
News The Falls Church City Public Schools have established a new award to recognize Falls Church businesses that have played an active role in the city’s public schools.
News The Falls Church Foot and Ankle Center has partnered with the medical rehabilitation humanitarian group Healing Hands for Haiti (healinghandsforhaiti.org) for its annual shoe drive.
Washington D.C. International Wine & Food Festival, Feb. 29 – March 2 at the Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Center, Washington D.C.
Chantilly Academy cosmetology students raised money to benefit McKinley “Mac” Groseclose during a Cut-a-Thon for their annual community service project. Groseclose, shown here with his mom, a Chantilly alumna, and his friends, is recovering from brain cancer. (Photo: Wayne White)
THE MARSHALL LADY STATESMEN pose for a picture during “Think Pink” week, which was from Feb. 8-17. Sponsored by the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association, all of the Northern Virginia women’s basketball teams were encouraged to wear pink uniforms to raise breast cancer awareness. Coach Noel Klippenstein wanted to participate in […]
The Falls Church Planning Commission meandered through la-la land for five hours Tuesday night. It tabled a site plan modification to The Spectrum that will cost taxpayers untold thousands as occupancy permits for the project are held up. Then, waiting until around midnight, it predictably dumped all over the City […]