A water main break occurred in the 1000 block of Parker Avenue in the City of Falls Church Sunday morning according to an update sent out from the City’s alert system. The message said affected residents have been notified and Fairfax Water is on the scene while Washington Gas in […]
A public forum featuring candidates for the City of Falls Church’s City Council and School Board competing in...
The City of Falls Church Sheriff’s Office has issued a warning to citizens to be alert for scams now being undertaken...
The Falls Church City Council is developing its 2016 Legislative Program and seeks input from the community, according...
Before the Economic Development committee of the Falls Church City Council last Thursday night, two new proposals for mixed use development projects were given a preliminary hearing. The first was submitted by Greystar LLC to the City Planning Department calling for a 10 story, age restricted apartment building of 178 […]Read more ›
Five candidates running to fill three contested seats on the Falls Church City Council in the upcoming Nov. 3 election held forth on the same podium for the first time in this campaign Thursday night in front of a packed house at the Council chambers of City Hall.Read more ›
According to the Virginia Department of Education in a report issued this week, the Falls Church City Public Schools’ Class of 2015 had the highest on-time graduation rate among all Virginia public school divisions.Read more ›
While the radical right continues to rail against Planned Parenthood as its latest target in what’s been called its relentless “war on women,” Democratic U.S. Rep. Donald S. Beyer, Jr., elected last year to represent the 8th Congressional District of Virginia that includes the City of Falls Church, has taken a high profile in a fresh effort to elevate the vital role of women in politics and the economy.Read more ›
, a longtime City of Falls Church resident and political activist, pleaded guilty last Thursday to all counts in two child sex abuse cases, the trial for one of which began just the day before, and the other slated for late November.Read more ›
The rumors are true about users on the W&OD Trail. Hundreds bike, walk and skate every day on the 1.5-mile route which crosses seven intersections in Falls Church and many do not obey warning signs or practice safety measures. Last Saturday, about 90 percent of observed walkers on the trail […]Read more ›