Hope sustains many people through the hardest ordeals, and in the case of one Falls Church citizen and cancer survivor, it’s appropriate that Hope happens to be her name.
Letters to the Editor: May 14 – 20, 2009
Says ‘Branding’ Puts Cart Before Horse Editor, The Economic Development Authority (EDA) for the City of Falls Church is currently working on a program of “branding” for the City.
FCHS Soccer Star Heads to Navy
It’s a few hours before the Falls Church High School (FCHS) boys soccer team’s final home game of the season. Spirits are up despite the Jaguars’ 0-7 record. Star forward Will Parker is bumming around the gym lobby with goalie Michael Latham. He walks with confidence, and greets everyone with […]
Picking Splinters: The Nationals’ New Clothes?
Next Monday is Opening Day, Nats fans! Who’s pscyhed? Both of you? That’s what I’m talkin’ about! Let’s do this!
Falls Church Boys Soccer Suffers Narrow Defeats Early in Season
The Falls Church High School boys soccer team challenged the Herndon Hornets in a home match on Friday, March 13, that ended with the Falls Church Jaguar’s defeat, 2-1.
Staging Dr. Seuss! M.E.H. Students Perform Musical ‘Seussical Jr.’
MARY ELLEN HENDERSON Middle School students took the limelight this past weekend with the spring production of “Seussical, Jr.,” a musical medley of famous children’s author Dr. Seuss’s classic characters. George DeMars (center photo) brought life to the Cat in the Hat, alongside energetic and entertaining performances from Ryan Fields […]
Patriots Trump Jaguars Defense
With momentum from last Friday’s win against Thomas Edison High School, the Falls Church High School Jaguars went into their Jan. 23 game against Yorktown High School looking to continue their rock solid defense they had established earlier.
F.C.H.S. Jaguars Win 1st District Game in 2 Years
On Friday, Jan. 16, the Falls Church High School boys varsity basketball team snagged their first official district win in the past two years during a face off against the Thomas Edison High School Eagles.
Congressman Moran’s News Commentary
The hurricane that is the financial crisis blowing across our economy has left no one untouched.
Northern Virginia Art Beat
“Black,” at G Fine Art (1515 Fourteenth St NW, Washington D.C.) The exhibit runs through Nov. 15, and is open from Tuesday – Saturday, 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. Call 202-462-1601, or visit www.gfineartdc.com.