Many Chose to Live in F.C. Due to Schools Editor, I am replying to the recent Letter to the Editor critical of the level of school funding in Falls Church, entitled “Why Are Schools Flourishing On the Back of City?”.
Making way for Falls Church’s new City Center project, whenever that may come, most of the functions at Falls Church’s historic 301 W. Broad St. post office site will soon be relocated five blocks west to the new Art Noveau-inspired “flower” building at 800 West Broad.
A much needed new addition to Falls Church Café Nessma is, in essence, Lebanese fast food.
Destruction of Property, 100 blk. Rowell Ct., March 31, 3:28 p.m., police arrested three male juvenile for Destruction of Property. Liquor Law Violation, 900 blk. Ellison St., March 31, 6:52 p.m., police arrested a female juvenile for Underage Possession of Alcohol. Liquor Law Violation, 900 blk. Ellison St., March 31, […]
Yet again this month, on Feb. 15 the “Wammies,” the Washington Area Music Association’s annual awards bash, is coming to the State Theatre in downtown Falls Church.
Remember a few weeks back when I said that Georgetown looked like a fine-tuned machine? Remember when I even went so far as to liken them to Voltron? Yeah, well, right now, the Hoyas are more like Johnny 5 from “Short Circuit.”
Chantilly Cleans House at NSPA Chantilly High School took two first place awards at the National Scholastic Press Association conference held recently in Anaheim, Calif. Chantilly High’s “Andromeda” snagged first place for literary magazine. The magazine is overseen by Advisor Bretton Zinger, with An Ly serving at its editor. The […]
Spring Hill elementary students (left to right) Ashley Tseng, John Bucy and Emily Hamilton encouraged peers to conserve energy with compact fluorescent light bulbs at an assembly last week in honor of the upcoming Earth Day, April 22. (Photo: Courtesy Le-Ha Anderson)
March 13 – 19, 2008
December 6 – 12, 2007