VPIS Hosts F.C. Community Yard Sale The 42nd Annual Falls Church VPIS (Village Preservation & Improvement Society) Attic Treasures Sale will be held this Saturday, May 2 from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
With an eye to adopting its final coming fiscal year budget next Monday, the Falls Church City Council decided to call one more work session for this Thursday, and to open it to public comment.
Falls Church High Baseball: Following last Wednesday’s 9-4 loss against Annandale, Falls Church baseball faces Washington and Lee this Monday, April 20 in a home game at 6 p.m. The team standing so far this season is 0-10.
FALLS CHURCH, Va., — Nicole No, franchise owner of the new Foster’s Grill restaurant that will open in a downtown Falls Church location this summer, was in Falls Church to meet with Becky Witsman of the City of Falls Church Economic Development Office and Sally Cole, executive director of the […]
Falls Church High Baseball: The Falls Church High baseball team lost 15-5 to Mount Vernon High in a home game on Monday, as well as against George Mason High (10-1) on Tuesday.
‘Be the Change’ Club Adopts New Slogan George Mason High School‘s “Be the Change” Club may still live by the mantra “Don’t cross the line,” but its members have introduced a new saying: “Think before you speak.”
After hosting an on-ice fantasy training session, featuring skating drills and insider tips, Washington Capitals hockey player Alexander Ovechkin signed autographs for children active in the Fort Dupont Hockey Program. More than 15 kids participated in the event, held last Thursday, Dec. 11 at the Kettler Ice Rink in Arlington, […]
Concerts and Art in Cherry Hill Park (Next to City Hall on Park Ave., Falls Church). Start time is 7 p.m. Two more Thursday evening concerts remain in this summer series. Event is also free. Remember that the rain location is inside the Community Center (223 Little Falls St.).
What: 28th Annual Herndon Festival When: Thursday-Sunday, May 29 – June 1 Where: Downtown Herndon, Virginia See www.herndonfestival.net for hours, schedule and more information
An offense that had been a bit of an Achilles’ Heel for the Mustangs has finally woken up, and the George Mason High School varsity baseball team may yet earn a berth in the Region B Tournament because of it.