The Burger King on W. Broad St. in downtown Falls Church, a fixture at its current location since the early 1970s, will close within about three weeks to make way for the construction of an 88-unit senior assisted living facility.
by Karim Doumar The scene at Kingstowne Lake, where Kenneth Duane Berhardt, 36, of Falls Church, was found dead on Saturday. A...
The rectors of Falls Church’s two Protestant congregations that have been at odds with each other, the Falls Church...
A man, claiming he had a gun, hit an employee and robbed the Falls Church Smashburger on S. Washington Street Friday...
In a press conference at the plaza outside the Arlington Courthouse this afternoon, Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring hailed the U.S. Supreme Court ruling on marriage made across the Potomac Friday.Read more ›
Four members of the City of Falls Church Police Department will be competing in the World Police and Fire Games kicking off this Friday in Fairfax County. Master Police Officer Jennifer “Missy” Elliot will compete individually and as part of a duo in women’s golf next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, […]Read more ›
Del. Kaye Kory announced that the Virginia Department of Transportation held an informational open house for the public to learn more about plans to reconstruct the Gallows Road (Route 650) bridge over Arlington Boulevard (Route 50) yesterday at the Luther Jackson Middle School. The bridge is a 128-foot-long, two simple-span, […]Read more ›
U.S. Rep. Don Beyer, whose 8th District of Virginia includes the City of Falls Church, introduced the Keeping Guns from Criminals Act yesterday to close a loophole in federal law that allows straw purchasers and gun traffickers to funnel firearms to felons, juveniles, and other restricted purchasers with little to […]Read more ›
A veteran leading member of the Falls Church Planning Commission, included in an effort by consultants to the City of Falls Church and School Board to elicit comments on how to best develop near 40 acres annexed to the City said Monday that if commercial development of 10 acres of the land was on the area nearest the West Falls Church Metro station, she would have no opposition to whatever height or density variances might be sought.Read more ›
The Falls Church Anglican, the large congregation of defectors from the Episcopal Church denomination who occupied but was eventually forced by the courts to vacate the historic Falls Church site on S. Washington St., has bought a new five-acre location at 6565 Arlington Blvd. within a mile of its former site in Fairfax County.Read more ›