At its Monday meeting this week, the Falls Church City Council approved a contract with Finley Asphalt and Sealing for the S. West Street roadbed reconstruction project. Due to unforeseen circumstances, the original contractor became unavailable. A new company was selected per the City’s purchasing guidelines. The project will begin […]
THE JOINT WORK SESSION of the F.C. City Council and School Board on July 20 was held in the Dogwood Room at City Hall,...
A rendering of the “market square” inside the revised Mason Row development plan for the W. Broad and N. West Street...
Chris Offner of Smokey’s Garage drills broken spark plugs out of a Dodge Dakota. He said that mechanics have to buy...
The thrill is gone, hybrids. Boxy is sexy no more. Sayonara, battery-operated cars. Goodbye, keys. Welcome, more technology and safety features. These are some of the assessments about new cars gathered from car sales managers and salesmen in and around town. “Hybrid sales lost their thrill” when they got dumped […]Read more ›
Virginia U.S. Senator Tim Kaine told the News-Press that at this stage he’s not sure that both houses of Congress will reject the Iran treaty and that therefore President Obama may not have anything to veto.Read more ›
Another marathon meeting, this time held open to the public, saw the Falls Church City Council and School Board hammer out some final modifications to the “request for proposal” that is scheduled to be sent out later this week to prospective developers of the City’s near 40 acres of land that it annexed from Fairfax County,Read more ›
A fire at 929 W. Broad Street Monday morning caused $100,000 damage, according to a press release from the City of Falls Church.Read more ›
Song Su Kim, 30, of Falls Church has been charged by the Frederick County Sheriff’s Office for allegedly murdering a man and seriously wounding the man’s wife at the Anna Prayer Counseling and Retreat Center in Urbana, Md.Read more ›
Peter Batten, principal of Spectrum Development LLC, notified the News-Press Saturday that his group has formally resubmitted a revised plan for the 4.3-acre so-called Mason Row mixed use project they’re proposing at the intersection of W. Broad and N. West Streets in the City of Falls Church.Read more ›