In a blockbuster announcement Thursday morning, a development team spearheaded by Todd Hitt, the man behind the 2.5 acre Harris Teeter-anchored Rushmark Property project now under construction in the 300 block of W. Broad (Rt. 7) announced its acquisition of a three-parcel consolidated 2.68 acre site, including the current Applebee’s and Robertson Building at the southeast corner of Routes 7 and 29 (Broad and Washington), the very center of the City of Falls Church.
Falls Church City Manager Wyatt Shields told the News-Press yesterday that he was impressed by the high number of responses...
Fairfax Water will replace an aged cast iron water main that runs the length of S. West Street in Falls Church this...
With $250 million in new investment in real estate in the City of Falls Church over the last two years, due to the construction...
Going beyond the three low-growth options she presented to the School Board just two weeks ago, Falls Church School Superintendent Dr. Toni Jones added a grim zero growth option to her choices as the board began its deliberations with its first budget work session Tuesday.Read more ›
This Monday night the Falls Church City Council voted unanimously to sign onto a regional solar power initiative, Solarize NoVa, of the Northern Virginia Regional Commission and its not-for-profit partner, the Local Energy Alliance Program or LEAP, to promote voluntary installation of energy efficient and renewable technologies.Read more ›
Local artist, loving mother and devoted wife Kasondra Kay Johnston passed away last Thursday, Jan. 22 at the age of 65. She was an active member of the community, both as an artist and volunteer. Kasondra, affectionately known as “Kas,” grew up in Michigan, later attending Long Beach City College […]Read more ›
Falls Church City Public Schools are operating on a two-hour delay today after a winter snow storm hit the Washington, D.C. area late Monday night and early Tuesday morning. In addition, the Thomas Jefferson chorus concert scheduled for tonight has been cancelled.Read more ›
Monday night the Falls Church City Council voted unanimously to sign onto a regional solar power initiative, Solarize NoVa, of the Northern Virginia Regional Commission and its not-for-profit partner, the Local Energy Alliance Program, to promote voluntary installation of energy efficient and renewable technologies.Read more ›
Sister Maureen Christopher, who taught at Bishop O’Connell High School for 30 years, died on Wednesday, Jan. 21 at Camilla Hall in Immaculata, Pa. She was known as “Sister Mo” to O’Connell students and colleagues and taught, among other subjects, AP Government and Principles of Economics. Christopher, a long-time chairperson of […]Read more ›