Proponents and opponents of the Mt. Daniel Elementary school bond referendum on the Nov. 4 ballot in Falls Church sparred for two hours in a lively forum at the American Legion Hall Thursday night.
(L to R) FALLS CHURCH CITY Democratic Committee vice chair Tom Devlin, new chair Peg Willingham, Virginia House of Delegates...
Elected officials from major municipalities in Northern Virginia, leaders from the faith community and representatives...
A recent spate of personal attack ads in the campaign for the U.S. Senate in Virginia, especially a recent one where...
Falls Church City Manager Wyatt Shields is slated to attend his first meeting of the Governor’s Task Force on Mandates Reform tonight since being appointed by Gov. McAuliffe. The meeting will be held in Midlothian, Virginia. It will address mandates passed by the legislature that often burden localities with the […]Read more ›
Although City of Falls Church voters will be asked to approve a school bond referendum on the ballot Nov. 4 that authorizes the use of $15.6 million for the expansion of the Mt. Daniel Elementary School, in fact, if it passes, City taxpayers may be responsible for considerably less than that amount.Read more ›
Top City of Falls Church leaders and citizens got a heady dose of what this year’s transfer of those 40 acres into the City limits from the sale of its water system could mean from a panel of the region’s top experts in the field last week.Read more ›
The City of Falls Church Police Department are looking for a man suspected of robbing the BB&T Bank at 191 W. Broad St., Falls Church, at about 9:48 a.m. this morning, Tuesday, Oct. 21.Read more ›
Though she is unable by policy to make a formal endorsement for the passage of the upcoming November bond referendum in the City of Falls Church, Dr. Toni Jones, Falls Church’s School Superintendent, made a strong case for the needs that passage of the referendum would provide for the Mt. Daniel Elementary School in a presentation before the F.C. Planning Commission Monday night.Read more ›
The latest round of deliberations with the Falls Church City Council will lead to some new revisions to the plan to develop “Mason Row” at the intersection of N. West and W. Broad Streets, and the new plans are expected to be presented to the Council by Oct. 27, Falls […]Read more ›