Piracy on the high seas! The world was enthralled with the intrigue and outcome of the abduction and eventual rescue of the captain of the Maersk Alabama cargo ship off the coast of Somalia last week.
Mason High Student Hails Custodial ‘Hero’ Editor, At the George Mason High School, up on the corner of Haycock and Route 7, there is a man who is much more than a simple janitor. He is a hero.
Engagement Announcement Richard B. Glazer and Joanna Peters of Chappaqua, N.Y., announce the engagement of Glazer’s daughter, Diana Leigh Glazer to Thomas Russell Gallagher, Jr. of Potomac, Md. Diana is also the daughter of Patricia Garofalo Glazer of Tillson, N.Y.
F.C. Police 1st to Achieve New Accreditation Standards The Falls Church City Police Department became the first in Virginia to meet the new sixth edition program manual standards of the Virginia Law Enforcement Professional Standards Commission when it was awarded accreditation last week.
Nationals Vs. Orioles Spring Training Game, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, Sunday, March 16, 2 p.m.
School and Community Teams, Skaters of All Skills and Ages Take Advantage of Area’s Newest RinkDuring the original formative stages of the Kettler Capitals Ice Rink, developers intended on designing a building in Ballston that would serve as a first-rate practice facility for D.C.’s NHL franchise, the Washington Capitals.
February 7 – 13, 2008
YOUNG VOLUNTEER Zack Sanders is shown with his dad taking some of the breakfast meals to the over 400 homeless who were served at Falls Church’s Original Pancake House on Christmas morning. There were over 50 volunteers to help Jeff and Jane Bulman, owners of the Original Pancake House, who’ve […]
When the final bell rings at George Mason High School at 3 p.m., dozens of athletes pour down a small corridor into an isolated room and wait. In that room, four enthusiastic students and a full-time trainer tape ankles, stretch out tight muscles and ice down inflammations. While George Mason […]
October 25 – 31, 2007