- Great Falls Home Sales: July, 2015 0 comments
- Torres Trial Date Set for December 0 comments
- Great Falls: Defensive-Minded Langley Field Hockey Searching for Offense 0 comments
- Letter: Welcome from Police Chief Ed Roessler 0 comments
- Great Falls: Groundwater Cleanup Continues 0 comments
- Weekend Fun in Fairfax County - Aug. 21-30, 2015 0 comments
- Torres Trial Date Set for December
- Great Falls: Groundwater Cleanup Continues
- Fairfax County: Policy Changes Recommended on Mental Health and Crisis Intervention
- Fairfax County: Former Police Officer Charged with John Geer Murder
- Colvin Run Elementary to Focus on Caring Culture
- Great Falls: Defensive-Minded Langley Field Hockey Searching for Offense
- Great Falls: Langley’s Donaldson Returns from ACL Tear
- Great Falls: Massive O-Line Key to Langley Football Team’s Success
- Young Swimmers Make Splash at Annual NVSL All-Star Meet
- River Bend Swimmers Excel at All-Star Meet
- Letter: Welcome from Police Chief Ed Roessler
- Editorial: Sea Changes in Policing?
- Editorial: 'Our Community Deserves Better'
- Opinion: After One Year, Silver Line is Changing the Face of Northern Virginia
- Editorial: What’s Special about Your Community?
- Great Falls: ‘Damage Done,’ Now What?
- Transportation Forum Discusses Options and Obstacles
- Neighborhood Outlook: 1,400 Residents Oppose Brooks Farm Redevelopment
- Foust Runs for Re-election
- It’s Time for a “Place”
In July, 2015, 26 Great Falls homes sold between $3,900,000-$439,500.
Great Falls Home Sales: July, 2015
Coach Robb: injured goal-scorer Duenkel ‘unlikely’ to play.
The Langley field hockey team enters the 2015 season with a strong defense.
GFCA responds to latest figures from gas additive spill; eyesore continues to plague Great Falls.
In the last three months, about 27 pounds of Methyl Tertiary Butyl Ether (MTBE) have been removed from the groundwater as a result of the leak from the former Exxon Station at 9901 Georgetown Pike.
PTO sets goals for a new year: fundraising for new laptops.
As summer comes to a close, elementary schools in the Great Falls area are hard at work preparing to welcome students to a new school year.
Great Falls Artstars Studios holds piano recitals.
The students of Artstars Studios LLC of Great Falls recently held piano recitals. The theme of the recitals was "Pets On Parade."