Spelled out in plastic letters on its welcome sign facing Route 7, the words “Be the change that you want to see in the world” greet visitors to George Mason High School.
As the economy continues to repair itself, many homeowners may find the do-it-yourself spirit striking them.
The George Mason High School football team dropped to 1-2 on Friday night, losing to Stonewall Jackson 13-28 at home in a rain-soaked game.
From small, do-it-yourself projects to dramatic large-scale procedures that require a contractor, there are several home improvement jobs that are currently all the rage. The News-Press caught up with Kevin Krom of Ardent Home Services in Sterling and John Taylor of Brown’s Hardware in Falls Church to find out the […]
It is extremely rare, since the days of Our Gang and Freddy Bartholomew to the present, for child performers to transition to successful adult careers in entertainment. Far more are the crash-and-burn accounts of used and abused kids whose lives wind up in the toilet as adults.
From time to time in this space I chide certain teams, players and even members of the media. Sometimes the issues change or new developments come to light, so to be fair, I thought I’d take a look back at some of my columns from earlier in the year and […]
November 22 – 28, 2007
Claims Complaint To Maker in ’05 Went Unheeded A glitch on all voting machines in the City of Falls Church, as well as those in Alexandria and Charlottesville, will keep the full name of U.S. Senate candidate James Webb from appearing on all ballot summary pages on Nov. 7.
“There are no hereditary kings in America and no powers not created in the Constitution.” That eloquent putdown of an imperial presidency was the essence of a recent ruling by U.S. District Court Judge Anna Diggs Taylor in Detroit who declared that President Bush’s warrantless wiretap program was unconstitutional.