NEWS Impulsive, the eclectic gift shop located at The Broadway, 502 W Broad Street, officially closed its doors Sunday, March 29. Owner and Remax Allegiance Realtor Leslie Hutchison closed the store in order to better focus on her real estate business. For more information email leslie@ImpulsiveGallery.com.
McLean H.S. Attends Invitational Jazz Festival The McLean High School Jazz Ensemble will be participating in the Chantilly Invitational Jazz Festival on March 28, at the Chantilly High School.
TJHSST Students Finish in Top Ten at Talent Search Two students from Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology (TJHSST) finished in the top ten in the country in the 2009 Intel Science Talent Search.
When Deborah Koenig received an email from the Wheel of Fortune inviting her to attend a contestant audition in Washington, D.C., she didn’t believe it.
We just returned from a wonderful trip to Europe. We spent two weeks cruising along the Danube, Main, and Rhine rivers, and various canals between them, from Budapest to Amsterdam. We spent an additional four days in Budapest and Amsterdam.
Virginia history was made in the Falls Church city election Tuesday. By being elected to the City Council, Lawrence Webb has become the first openly gay Afro-American elected official in the history of the commonwealth.
McLean Rotary Awards Four Scholarships The McLean Rotary Club Foundation awarded scholarships to four students from Pimmit Hills High School at a luncheon of the McLean Rotary Club on Tuesday, April 29. Pimmit Hills is one of three Fairfax County adult/alternative high schools, designed to assist students who might not […]
Beverly (Bev) Ann Deacon-McNickle, 60, resident of Falls Church, Va. since 1976, passed away in her home Sunday, May 4, 2008 of congestive heart failure.
Business news and notes for Apri 24 – April 30, 2008.
February 28 – March 6, 2008