More than 20 local businesses are participating in the John Jackson Blues Festival being hosted by the Tinner Hill Heritage Foundation and the City of Falls Church Friday, June 13 through Sunday, June 15 at various locations around Falls Church. The community-wide event is also receiving support from a number […]
FCPS Names Reed Smith LLP ‘Partner of the Year’ Providing backpacks filled with enough school supplies for an entire year to each Graham Road Elementary student is just one of the many public services Reed Smith LLP has offered the school. The law firm, one of the 15 largest […]
Mike Hume tackes questions from his magic mailbag, saying that all a Big Brown win at Belmont would yield is a slew of children’s book-worthy headlines.
George Mason High School is reaching out to the business community to support its efforts to raise $10,000 to support the citizens of Myanmar. The tropical cyclone Nargis left an estimated 100,000 people dead and tens of thousands homeless, injured and dying. George Mason students are seeking corporate sponsorships and […]
Police Lawsuit Against F.C. Dismissed Falls Church City Manager Wyatt Shields announced at Tuesday’s City Council meeting that the lawsuit filed by four City police officers in 2005 alleging racial discrimination in the department was dismissed “with prejudice” in Federal District Court last week, clearing the City of the allegations. […]
Red, White and Bleu Wine and Gourmet Shop will hold its grand opening on Thursday, May 29 from 6 to 9 p.m. Complete with a wine tasting room, the new store will initially offer 400 – 500 wines along with gourmet cheeses, olives, olive oils, crackers, and other wine related […]
Vengeance, Victory Belong to Mustangs as Mason High Secures Berth in State Tournament For First Time Since 2005 After 100 minutes of evenly played soccer, after 100 minutes of near misses, hard tackles and frenzied fans showing their support with snare drums and strained vocal chords, the George Mason boys […]
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Falls Church Memorial Day Festival and Parade, Monday, May 26, 9 a.m. on, Parade at 1 p.m.
When The Band sings, “Oh, to be home again, down in Old Virginny,” they could easily be singing about the newly opened Dogwood Tavern. With just one visit, one certainly feels at home. The restaurant is located on West Broad Street and promises to soon become a comfortable neighborhood […]