The snow was pounding down with force and verve on Monday morning, and a calm silence swept through The Little City. The roads were almost empty and the sidewalks were untrodden; it had become a winter wonderland. However, it was business as usual at the corner of W. Broad and N. Washington streets, home to Brown’s Hardware.
THE TORNELL HOUSE on Rosemary Lane in Falls Church received VPIS’ Excellence in Design Award in 2012. (Photo courtesy...
Records of sales of residential properties during the 4th quarter of 2013 in the City of Falls Church’s 22046 zip...
The Virginia House of Delegates has passed legislation restricting inhumane fox pens. It will now go to the Senate for...
The City of Falls Church Police Department will be conducting a training exercise on Friday, March 7, at an unoccupied house on Timber Lane. The exercise will start at about 11 a.m. and continue through the afternoon. There will be no emergency at that time and location. The police will […]Read more ›
New public policy polling in five Virginia House of Delegates districts shows broad support for proposals to close the coverage gap for 400,000 Virginians through Medicaid expansion, it was reported Tuesday. The polling found double-digit margins of support for closing the coverage gap and majority support for the measure in […]Read more ›
In a late development Wednesday night, the Falls Church School Board’s final vote on its budget request to the City was bumped up from an increase of 9.0 percent over last year, to 9.8 percent, or $37,075,530.Read more ›
Northern Virginia is not immune from the well-documented growing gap between the rich and poor in the nation, and as the ranks of homeless continue to grow in the region – while Fairfax County’s lofty goal of dedicating a penny on the tax rate to affordable housing having long since gone by the wayside – an entirely new approach to low income housing has begun to catch hold.Read more ›
The chair of the LGBT Democrats of Virginia, an official caucus of the Democratic Party of Virginia, issued a statement Monday that the caucus’ board is unanimous in its opposition to the nomination of Richmond Mayor Dwight Jones as the state party’s new chair. Maggie Sacra said the position was […]Read more ›
Falls Church City Public Schools will be closed again Tuesday, March 4, and City Government will open at 10 a.m. Tuesday due to snow and ice accumulation in the City. Both F.C. Schools and City Government services were closed on Monday after the latest winter snow storm and frigid temperatures hit the Washington, D.C. area early Monday morning. In addition, the snow emergency declaration limiting parking along designated routes in the City has been lifted effective 10 p.m. Monday.Read more ›