Final plans for the development of an additional 1.3 acres of the City of Falls Church’s West End Park were presented by Rec and Parks Director Daniel Schlitt to the F.C. City Council at its work session last week, and concerns for issues like storm water runoff, costs, parking and a small skateboard feature in its center were raised by members of the Council.
By a pair of unanimous votes on successive nights this week, the Falls Church City Council and the Falls Church School...
The 10th District U.S. congressional district campaign of Democratic Fairfax Supervisor John Foust’s campaign announced...
The Falls Church City Democratic Committee announced this week it will hold a caucus to select a candidate to be the...
Jody Powers Acosta was sworn in as Treasurer for the City of Falls Church in a heavily-attended ceremony at the F.C. City Hall Wednesday afternoon.Read more ›
City of Falls Church Police are looking for a suspect who robbed the Capital One Bank at 1100 W. Broad St. this afternoon. At about 1:40 p.m. today, a man walked into the bank with a long knife and demanded cash. The suspect is described as 5’6″ to 5’9″, slender […]Read more ›
A tree on Ellison Street in Falls Church fell during Monday’s heavy rain storms, bringing utility lines down with it and crushing a car parked on the street there. This photo submitted by Ariadne Autor documents the damage.Read more ›
At about 11 a.m. today, a man was bitten by a yellow Labrador Retriever-type dog in the 400 block of S. West Street, according to City of Falls Church police. The dog was being walked by a woman who was heading in the direction of W. Broad Street. The woman […]Read more ›
Longtime Falls Church resident Mona Maloney passed away on July 8, 2014, at the age of 93. Mona was born in Atchison County, Missouri, on Feb. 21, 1921, to Minnie and Tom Fleming. She grew up in Mound City, Missouri, where she initially lived on a farm owned by William […]Read more ›
An angry dust-up at Monday’s Falls Church City Council work session about planned delays in the implementation of a traffic-calming plan for the intersection of Parker and Kent Streets – where a City student was injured in a traffic accident last month – led to an uncommon set of exchanges in which the City’s entire “traffic calming” effort got called into question.Read more ›