- Holiday Wishes Come True in Great Falls
- Great Falls Residents Get Update on Toxic Plume
- Promoting Rugby in Great Falls
- State Gardens to Host Holiday Open House in Great Falls
- Fairfax County Board of Supervisors makes two rail-facilitating moves; Arlington ends streetcar project.
- Langley Dominates McLean on Ice
- Vienna Broncos Leave No Doubt, Finish Season 9-0
- Running Back West Carries Langley Football Into Playoffs
- Earning Black Belts at Great Falls Academy
- Dramatic Drive Keeps Langley Playoff Hopes Alive
- Letter: Meeting a Candidate
- Editorial: Holidays Are About Giving
- Editorial: Why Shop Small? Shop Large Locally
- Letter to the Editor: Refreshing, Conscientious Election Coverage
- Editorial: Thanksgiving Help for Those in Need
- Parisot Wins Republican Primary
- Early Turnout High in Great Falls
- Mutiny at the Debate
- Down to the Wire
- Helping Lift the Burden of Student Debt
The Wish List Project sending 325 homeless children holiday gifts.
Because of Ginger Mahon, more than 300 homeless and foster care children and teens will wake up to presents on Christmas. The Wish List Project, which turns 15 this year, will deliver donated personalized gifts to six organizations throughout the county, playing Santa for hundreds of children.
To the Editor
I am not a political person, but I recently attended a young professionals event and met Craig Parisot, Republican nominee running for Virginia House of Delegates, 34th District, and I knew we had a new kind of candidate on our hands.
A note of warm greetings from Mark Turner III.
I would like to thank everyone who attended last Wednesday’s Great Falls Historical Society program. It was great to see new & old faces and be able to share the history of my family who resided at the Turner Farm property on Georgetown Pike and Springvale Road from 1840 until the time the last five acres with the farmhouse was sold to the Fairfax County Park Authority in 2011.
The Langley High School Orchestra performed its first concert of the year on Thursday, Nov. 20, in the Langley HS Auditorium.
Artists on the Green will display their creative painting talents at an exhibit and show in the large conference room at the Great Falls Public Library during December 2014.