The City of Falls Church Police Department reminds the community that robberies and thefts can increase around the holidays. Protect yourself and your property by following these tips: • When shopping, do not leave valuables in your vehicle. If you make purchases and have further shopping to do, place your […]
Each year the Arlington Gay & Lesbian Alliance has presented two Equality awards, one to an individual and one to...
A strong response from City residents to the news that the Falls Church City Council was prepared this week to give...
Falls Church City Manager Wyatt Shields reported to the F.C. City Council Monday night that City Hall is moving ahead...
Saying “I have never been angrier” reading accounts of systemic sexual assaults and official cover ups at the University of Virginia, Virginia State Sen. Richard Saslaw said at a public meeting Monday night that he is currently drafting a bill that will make it a felony for a university police officer or other official to fail to report evidence of a felony on campus to local police authorities.Read more ›
Not only does George Mason have a reputation for being one of the best public schools (academically) in the United States, the athletic department has established itself as one of the most successful programs in Virginia High School League (VHSL). But at what cost?Read more ›
Several City of Falls Church roads will be closed this Saturday while Columbia Baptist Church holds a 5k run that morning. The race begins at 8 a.m. and roadblocks will be in effect starting around 7:45 a.m. throughout the end of the race.Read more ›
Falls Church City Manager Wyatt Shields has recently been chosen to represent the state’s Government Mandate Task Force as its new chair, it was announced this week. The task force looks at the impacts of the strengths and weaknesses of new state mandates on locales.Read more ›
The City of Falls Church’s new Hilton Garden Inn, which celebrated its grand opening just last month, has the highest daily occupancy rate in the region, a representative of the City’s Economic Development Office reported this week. With occupancy at over 95 percent on average, the hotel attributes its popularity […]Read more ›
The Arlington County Board voted on Tuesday to cancel the streetcar program that would have built a modern streetcar system along the Columbia Pike and Crystal City/Potomac Yard corridors. The Board voted 4 to 1 to cancel the program and asked that the County Manager terminate all County streetcar projects;withdraw […]Read more ›