On March 22, the best skaters in the world will converge on the Staples Center in Los Angeles for the 2009 World Figure Skating Championships. Falls Church News-Press will be there, but before the first lutz is jumped, let’s take a look at who some of the participants will be […]
RICHMOND – Going into last Saturday’s state title game, the girls basketball team from Floyd County was the heavy favorite to repeat as the Virginia’s small school Group A Division 2 champions. The Buffaloes had four of their five starters back from last year’s champs, and were facing the George […]
In a high energy fourth quarter, the George Mason High School girls basketball team edged out Lancaster High today in a 54-49 semifinal game victory that propels Mason to the state championship final tomorrow, March 14, at 3 p.m. in Virginia Commonwealth University’s Siegel Center.
One of the more challenging aspects of budget discussions for local governments is advertising a tax rate for the coming year.
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.
CLEVELAND, Ohio – Two Northern Virginia athletes competing at the U.S. National Figure Skating Championships, Ashley Wagner of Alexandria and Tommy Steenberg of Annandale, both recovered from poor short programs to rise up through the ranks in the final standings with strong free skate efforts last weekend.
“I’m not going to lie, I want to win,” said Ashley Wagner of Alexandria regarding her goals for the 2009 U.S. Figure Skating Championships, which begin this Sunday, Jan. 18, in Cleveland, Ohio.
City of F.C. Retains Top Bond Rating In a critical development amidst the crisis in the credit markets, the City of Falls Church learned the good news that Fitch Ratings has confirmed the City’s “AA-Plus” bond rating, the second highest possible for municipalities, and declared its outlook “Stable.”
Unity has become the theme of the 2008 George Mason High School Fall Girls Varsity Cross Country Team’s season.
When the Yankees and Orioles play out the final game at Yankee Stadium this Sunday, it will be from a far different script than many had foreseen at the start of the season.