- Beyer Rakes in Campaign Cash in Democratic Primary
- Langley High Holds Case Day
- An Emotionally Gripping Production
- Week in Great Falls
- Troop 673 Promotes Two New Eagle Scouts
- East All-Stars Beat West All-Stars in 10th Suburban Classic
- Dowling Enters First Season as McLean Head Baseball Coach
- McLean, W-L Gymnastics Teams Qualify for Regionals
- Top Great Falls, McLean Sports Moments of 2013
- South County Boys' Basketball Edges Langley
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- Commentary: Why I Support Medicaid Expansion
- Opinion: Maintaining a Viable, Diverse Community in Fairfax County
- Northern Virginia's Growing Debt Burden
- Board Advertises Higher Tax Rate
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- Money on the Shelves: Jurisdictions Take Variety of Approaches to Funding Libraries
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In March 2014, 11 Great Falls homes sold between $1,560,000-$560,000.
Great Falls Home Sales: March, 2014
Holocaust Survivor to Speak at Great Falls Library Holocaust survivor Henry Greenbaum will talk about his experience as a Polish Jew who was liberated from Auschwitz concentration camp and eventually made his way to the United States. His presentation -- Out of the Darkness, Into the Light: Surviving the Holocaust – will be held on Wednesday, April 23, at 7:30 p.m. at the Great Falls Library, 9830 Georgetown Pike, Great Falls. Greenbaum now serves as a volunteer at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum. Seating is limited. Please register for this event at http://bit.ly/1pIEtWL or phone the Library at 703-757-8560.
Ian Toloczko and Owen Dankworth, of Eagle Scouts from Troop 673 in Great Falls –- sponsored by the Great Falls United Methodist Men – are the most recent among more than one hundred Eagle Scouts developed by the Troop for over 50 years of activity.
Doreen Montis presents a collection of abstract and contemporary photography at the Great Falls Library. The photographs in the exhibit are images that were captured as seen thru the camera. They were not digitally manipulated or created in Photoshop. It is interesting to see how ordinary images, such as oil and water, lights, and glass can become works of art by changing the focus point or lighting conditions. Stop by and test your skills at identifying the objects in the photographs. The Great Falls Library is located at 9830 Georgetown Pike, Great Falls. The collection will be on display from April-June, 10 percent of all sales will go to the Friends of the Library. Montis’ images have received top honors at several exhibitions and contests. They have appeared magazines and are in personal collections nationwide. To see more of Montis’ images, visit her website at www.dmontisphotoart.com.
Great Falls Friends and Neighbors (GFFN) presented a check for $4451 to the Artemis House. The money was raised from the sale of White House Christmas ornaments. From left, standing - Pat Kuehnel, Danielle Colon, (Artemis House), Maria Volpe, Ranjana Chawla, MaryAnn Nocerino; Seated - Jolie Smith (Artemis House) and Roz Drayer.