Originally built by William Harvey in 1845 and then valued at $665, the Cherry Hill Farmhouse on Park Avenue went through the Civil War and a handful of homeowners until it was turned over to the City of Falls Church government in 1968, and into a museum eight years later.
Arlington’s American Century Theater has a hit on its hands, or at least it should.
Foreclosure is not a four-letter word, but it seems to have some of the same implications these days as the impacts of foreclosure continue to grow. Our region which, according to the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (MWCOG or simply COG), was relatively free of major foreclosure problems, now has […]
The George Mason High School boys varsity soccer team claimed the Region B title, but their season ended following that high-water mark after a surprising 1-0 loss to upstart King William High School in the State Tournament quarterfinals hosted at Mason on Tuesday night. With hearts as heavy as the […]
Longtime Falls Church resident Carol Ann Good passed away on April 30th in Chantilly, Va.
Jean and I spent last weekend in Williamsburg attending the 50th reunion of William and Mary’s Class of 1958. It was Jean’s class, not mine, but it was a great weekend nonetheless.
On Saturday, the Falls Church Youth Lacrosse League’s U11 Boys traveled to Wakefield High School and defeated a very physical Arlington team, 10 -2, to notch their sixth win, remaining undefeated. The offense was overwhelming behind four goals from Eriksen Johansen, three from Brandon Ward and one apiece from Jackson […]
F.C. Youth Lax’s Girls U11s Notch First Win; Boys U11s Remain Undefeated
William Hammond of Falls Church, Va. died Monday, December 10 in Lakeland, Fl.
December 6 – 12, 2007