Warriors win despite shooting 9-for-30 from the free-throw line.
The Wakefield boys' basketball team opened its season with a 56-51 win over T.C. Williams.
More than 30 female artisans will showcase their crafts Dec. 8 at the 16th Annual Women’s Holiday Art Show in support of the City of Alexandria’s Domestic and Sexual Violence Services.
Be prepared as pipes, plaid and pageantry fill the streets of Old Town Dec. 7 during the 43rd annual Scottish Walk Parade, the centerpiece of a weekend of holiday events that includes a Holiday Marketplace, Designer Tour of Homes and Taste of Scotland cocktail reception.
White House Drug Czar visits Holy Cow.
White House Drug Policy Director Gil Kerlikowske paid a visit to Del Ray's Holy Cow restaurant Nov. 30 as part of President Barack Obama's initiative to support “Small Business Saturday.”
The City of Alexandria held its annual Holiday Tree Lighting in Market Square Nov. 29. Entertainment and a visit from Santa were part of the festivities that signaled the official start of the holiday season. For a complete schedule of holiday events, including free concerts to be held in Market Square, visit www.visitalexandriava.com.
Firefighters partner with Marine Corps in annual toy drive.
The Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department will once again partner with the U.S. Marine Corps in the annual Toys for Tots program and are asking residents to drop off new, unwrapped toys at their neighborhood fire station.
Junior point guard returned to Woodson after planning to transfer.
The Woodson boys' basketball team evened its record at 1-1 with win over Fairfax.
Rams make 14 3-pointers, including eight from senior guard Bynum.
The Robinson boys' basketball team opened its season with a 95-91 victory against Edison.
On Saturday, Dec. 7, 2013, Vienna Smiles, located at 2553 Chain Bridge Road, Vienna, will host a Dentistry From The Heart (DFTH) event to provide free dental service to those in need based on a first-come first-serve basis from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. This is the dental practice of Hisham Barakat, DDS and Jennifer Babbio, DDS. For more information, call 703-938-0212.
Vikings lost by one point in last season’s state semifinals.
The Whitman girls' basketball team will face Good Counsel on Friday.
Collier, Callaghan are Saxons’ top returning athletes.
The Langley boys' basketball team will take on Stuart on Friday.
Lake Braddock’s Christen, Kunc advance to nationals.
The Football Locker national cross country meet is this weekend in San Diego.
Senior point guard Leano will be asked for leadership.
The Yorktown boys' basketball team lost to Woodson in the opening round of last year's regional tournament.
Titans won district title last season with roster small in numbers.
The T.C. Williams girls' basketball team won its season-opener against Bishop Ireton.
Majors lose to strong Centreville team, 60-32.
The Mount Vernon girls' basketball team is off to a 0-1 start.
Wildcats prove to their coach they have the desire to win.
The Centreville girls' basketball team beat Mount Vernon, 60-32.
Bulldogs overcome 13-point deficit in game’s final six minutes.
Westfield will face Centreville in the 6A North title game on Saturday.
The Friends Huge Used Book Sale is Thursday, Dec. 5 – Saturday, Dec. 7 at the Richard Byrd library.
Can the Richard Byrd library mascot, Tux the Penguin, do something special for our local teachers and their students? He thinks so. He talked with the Friends and they have created an event everyone will love - Educators Night - as part of their upcoming sale.
Jean Landreville has been named the new Executive Director at Greenspring, an Erickson Living retirement community in Springfield. She joined Erickson Living in 2005 and has 18 years of experience in the senior housing and health care industries.
The Lady from Maxim’s at West Springfield’s stage.
After waking up from a night of drunken debauchery, Dr. Petypon spins a web of lies to keep his unsuspecting wife and uncle from discovering the notorious dancer found in his bed the next morning. A delightful romp, The Lady from Maxim’s showcases a slew of talented performers and pokes fun at everything from provincial life to the medical profession on the West Springfield High School stage.