The Falls Church-based Digital Design and Imaging Service, Inc, is featured in today’s digital edition of the New York Times for its work raising and operating a surveillance balloon and camera at 515 feet in the air to assist developers of an Upper East Side residential tower. It is expected […]
Tuesday night’s joint F.C. City Council and School Board meeting. Among those not shown are Council members Dan...
A fifth mascot has joined the roster of the Falls Church City Public Schools, it was announced at a school board work...
It was announced this week that a memorial honoring the memory of long-time Falls Church resident and Democratic political...
A “firehouse primary” to select the Republican nominee to compete for the soon-vacant 10th U.S. congressional district will be held this Saturday, April 26, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 10 balloting stations throughout the district, which runs from sections of Prince William and Loudoun counties to McLean and the border of Falls Church.Read more ›
The grand opening of the long-awaited Northgate mixed use project by the Hekemian Group is set for Thursday, May 1. About half of the project’s 95 rental residential apartments have already been taken, Falls Church City Councilman Phil Duncan, who did a tour of the mostly-completed site, told a City […]Read more ›
Falls Church City Manager Wyatt Shields Tuesday night put numbers to the four options the F.C. City Council wound up with Monday night, and presented them to a meeting of the Joint Council-School Board working group, to which five Council members showed up at the School Board offices.Read more ›
The City of Falls Church’s George Mason High School was named the top traditional public high school in Virginia by US News and World Report in their annual rankings of the country’s top schools.Read more ›
With one week to go before a final vote on the Fiscal Year 2015 budget, the seven members of the Falls Church City Council wound up Monday night’s marathon work session with no less than four different options to chose among going into their final act. The plans all attempt […]Read more ›
Scores of youngsters gathered at Cherry Hill Park last Saturday morning for the City of Falls Church’s annual Easter egg hunt. Children up to 11 years old were able to scour the park for colorful eggs and candies, and greet and have photos taken with the Easter Bunny. (Photos: David Thompson)Read more ›