In a dramatic late night vote Monday night, the Falls Church City Council voted 4-3 to fully fund the School Board budget request by raising the real estate tax rate a penny.
Hot N Juicy Crawfish is now serving up mudbugs in the City of Falls Church. The seafood restaurant chain opened its...
Falls Church adults lead the nation in overall alcohol drinking according to a new study from the American Journal of...
Photo: News-Press At Mary Ellen Henderson Middle School’s Cafetorium Thursday night, pioneer visionaries of two...
The Fairfax Water Board of Directors have proposed to place City of Falls Church water customers on the same rate schedule as Fairfax Water legacy customers, effective with meter readings taken on or after July 1, 2015, according to a statement issued Wednesday. A public hearing on the proposed rate […]Read more ›
Peter Davis, a 2008 George Mason High School graduate who will be entering Harvard Law School this fall, made a stimulating presentation to a gathering hosted by the Falls Church League of Women Voters at the Community Center Sunday that argued for a new “Progressive Era” like the one the […]Read more ›
Falls Church Mayor David Tarter and Vienna Mayor Laurie DiRocco have issued a challenge to each other and will join in a friendly competition to see whose community can enroll the greatest number of participants for free home energy checkups and solar PV reviews as part of the Solarize NoVA […]Read more ›
Another marathon work session of the Falls Church City Council Monday night ended with some verbal fireworks. Vice Mayor David Snyder clashed with Mayor David Tarter over the issue of fully funding the School Board budget request.Read more ›
The smashing success of the last year’s initiative by Falls Church’s venerable Citizens for a Better City to recruit high school students for appointment to Falls Church City boards, commissions and volunteer organizations was celebrated at the CBC’s 56th annual meeting Sunday at F.C.’s new Hilton Garden Inn.Read more ›
TWO FALLS CHURCH authors had their books featured at the annual Rainbow Book Fair in New York City last Saturday, including the News-Press’ Nicholas Benton (seated, second from left) and his essay collection, Extraordinary Hearts, Reclaiming Gay Sensibility’s Central Role in the Progress of Civilization, and Jonathan Harper (far right) […]Read more ›