J.E.B. Stuart High School’s crew teams rose to the occasion at the Virginia Scholastic Rowing Championships, taking top honors in several competitions at the Sandy Run Regional Park in Fairfax Park last Saturday.
To light, or not to light, seems to be the question for the girls’ softball field at J.E.B. Stuart Park in Falls Church. The field used by J.E.B. Stuart High School teams actually is owned by the Fairfax County Park Authority but, as is the case with several local public […]
Area Egg Hunts & More Kick Off the Easter Holiday The City of Falls Church Recreation & Parks Division will host their annual Easter Egg Hunt at Cherry Hill Park (312 Park Ave., Falls Church) on Saturday, April 11 at 10 a.m.
Twelve-year-old rabbit rookie Josh Gross of Mary Ellen Henderson Middle School will be hopping into the suit for the first time this year to play the Easter Bunny during the City of Falls Church’s annual Easter Egg Hunt.
W&OD Race Results Place Several F.C. Residents The Washington and Old Dominion (W&OD) 5K race, commemorating the trail’s 35th anniversary, was held last Saturday, March 28, and attracted 70 Falls Church denizens out of 450 runners.
Falls Church residents and law-abiding skateboarders alike are speaking out against the recent bad wrap given to the mobile skateboard facilities at Madison Park in a recent letter to the editor sent to the News-Press.
Lillian R. Hull, mother of Delegate Bob Hull who represents the greater Falls Church area in the Virginia House of Delegates, died last Wednesday, March 11 at the Virginia Hospital Center in Arlington.
Arlington’s Byrd Named New GMHS Principal Tyrone Q. Byrd, an Arlington native and currently an assistant principal at Arlington’s Washington-Lee High School, was confirmed by the Falls Church School Board Tuesday to become the new principal at F.C.’s George Mason High School.
Says ‘George’ Bus Offers Many Benefits Editor, Falls Church City is contemplating eliminating the George bus given the current budget situation.
Didn’t Attend Because Nothing Will Change Editor, In response to your comment that the low turnout to the City Council’s town meeting was probably due to Falls Church City residents “fundamentally trust their elected officials and paid staff to do the right thing”; I couldn’t disagree with you more.