George Chancellor Rawlings Last Saturday, I attended a memorial service for former Delegate George Rawlings at the Massaponax Baptist Church near Fredericksburg.
Two funerals occurred within the last week that brought home once again the rich political and cultural history of Arlington over the last half century or so.
$3 Billion in Cuts as ‘Philosophical Divide’ Persists It’s going to be an ugly 45-day legislative session that gets underway in Richmond next week. Decisions on almost $3 billion in state budget cuts, due to the economic downturn, face the same “philosophical divide” between liberals and moderates, on one side, […]
WASHINGTON — Some readers resented The Washington Post for publishing an Associated Press photograph of a critically wounded Iraqi child being lifted from the rubble of his home in Baghdad’s Sadr City “after a U.S. airstrike.”
The Marshall High Statesmen spanned the touchdown-scoring spectrum to start their opening-round playoff game and would never relinquish their lead in a dominant 35-14 win against Mt. Vernon High School last Friday night.
Last-Minute Touchdown Sends Statesmen to Playoffs; Square Off Saturday Against Mt. Vernon Majors With a berth in the AAA Northern Region playoffs on the line, the Marshall Statesmen stepped up their game against a Madison team they had not beaten since 1999, finishing off the Warhawks within the last minute […]
Last season the varsity football program at George C. Marshall took an enormous leap forward, finishing with a .500 record that could have been even more impressive if not for a trio of one-point losses.