It’s been nearly four years since category-defying band 311 has released an album, but fans expecting to hear some of the new songs during this summer’s tour will have to wait until the record’s release in early 2009 to listen to the new licks.
You’ve been to the beach. You’ve seen New York City. Now let the News-Press show you some attractive alternatives to the usual summer hot spots just a short drive away.
Choralis, an energetic volunteer choral program based out of the Falls Church Presbyterian Church since 2000, culminates its seventh annual Summer Festival Week for 36 high school students this Friday night.That’s when the students will join with more than 70 adults and three professional soloists for a performance of Franz […]
Mason High Offshoot Team Begins Season 4-1-1 After disbanding for one year, the 18U Falls Church Colts have experienced a revival of sorts this summer, as the AAU team under the direction of George Mason High School varsity baseball coach Adam Amerine has gone undefeated in their first five games, […]
Several rain outs and a 1-4 start have provided for a disappointing beginning to the summer for a talented Falls Church Post 130 American Legion team.
Community Yard Sale Sleepy Hollow Manor will hold a community yard sale on June 14 from 8 a.m.—noon. In case of rain, the event will take place on June 21. Signs on Sleepy Hollow Rd. will direct visitors to the yard sale. Children clothing and toys as well as […]
The dog days of summer will soon be upon us as the 2008 presidential and senatorial nomination contests slowly conclude.
Tuesday night’s Game Seven between the Philadelphia Flyers and Washington Capitals was the sort that lived up to every ounce of the mystique inherent in its name. It was the kind of marquee event where you spell “drama” by writing “OT” and “heartbreak” with a lonely “L.” And if you’re […]
In a series of six unanimous votes, the City Council gave final approval to the $317 million, nine-acre City Center development project that involves a unique and complex set of agreements between Atlantic Realty Company, the Falls Church Economic Development Authority and the City of Falls Church. The developers anticipate […]
The Falls Church City Council is working up a strategy to find a replacement for retiring City Attorney Roy Thorpe, who will be leaving his post as the longest-tenured leading city official next June. Thorpe came to Falls Church in June 1996 and became the chief stabilizing force at City […]