George C. Marshall High School senior Ashley Goh was barely walking when she began expressing herself through color and design.
For the second straight season, George Mason High’s Mustang girls varsity basketball team has advanced to the Virginia High School League state Division A championships by winning the Region B title with lopsided 62-35 and 50-23 wins over Dan River and Randolph Henry last weekend in Charlottesville.
News The Business Bank has promoted Marcus J. Perry to the position of Executive Vice President where he will head up the retail and business development divisions of the Bank.
Goetz, Vroom Speed Through to States Following Doubles Bracket Domination With just one make-up match played in the past month, the Mustangs enjoyed a long layoff leading up to the started of the Region B Tournament last Saturday, May 24. Even without the matches, that time was not uneventful.
While most people spent this past Grammy night waiting for the Best Album of the Year upset that no one could have predicted, local resident Scott Shuman was focused elsewhere — on his own newly earned Grammy award.
The George Mason High School boys varsity tennis team repeated as Region B team champions last Saturday and will make its run at a fourth-consecutive team championship starting Friday, June 8 in Radford, Va.
George Mason High School seniors Alex Goetting and Xavier Alarcon claimed the Region B doubles title, defeating the tandem of Zach Pack and Jay Howard 6-1, 4-6, 6-3 in the finals to advance to the state tournament next week at Radford University.
After a 2006 spike in pedestrian deaths, Fairfax County has undertaken a massive effort to improve the county’s pedestrian-accessible infrastructure and instituted law enforcement campaigns in hopes the number of pedestrian related injuries and deaths will come down in 2007.
Comedy Showcase at the Laughing Lizard Lounge, Saturday, December 16
FALLS CHURCH, VA. – Repairs have been completed to the 6-inch cast iron water main break that occurred on eastbound Route 7 at Patrick Henry Drive in Fairfax County on Nov. 1, 2006. Eastbound lanes of Route 7 near Patrick Henry Drive have reopened to traffic.