North Oak Street, leading up to Mt. Daniel Elementary, will be closed today from 1-1:30 p.m. due to “Meet the Teacher Day” at the Falls Church school. Traffic barriers and school staff will be at the intersection of N. West and N. Oak and Walnut and N. Oak. The closure […]
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Julio Idrobo of Falls Church, chair of the City’s Housing Commission, has been appointed by Gov. Terry McAuliffe to...
FALLS CHURCH MAYOR David Tarter spoke with the News-Press this week for the paper’s annual “State of the City”...
With the new school year beginning, Falls Church City officials are advising citizens of the revised road closures during arrival and dismissal times at Thomas Jefferson Elementary School in Falls Church. These changes are implemented to create a more pedestrian-friendly environment for the students. General vehicular traffic will be closed […]Read more ›
All around the nation celebrities, politicians and common folk have been dumping buckets of ice water on their heads – or getting friends to do the deed – and donating money to organizations that work on behalf of patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), a neurodegenerative disease.Read more ›
A man in a minivan exposed himself to a 14-year-old girl who was walking in the City of Falls Church Monday morning, police reported in a press release Tuesday night. The incident occurred on Parker Avenue near Irving Street.Read more ›
The auditorium at George Mason High School was filled to overflowing this morning for the annual “Back to School” convocation where Superintendent Dr. Toni Jones, Vice Mayor David Snyder, School Board vice chair Justin Castillo and Education Association’s Amanda Blanchard made brief remarks and longevity service awards were presented to teachers and other employees of the system.Read more ›
The chair of the Seven Corners Revitalization Task Force and Mason District Supervisor Penny Gross told the News-Press that the task force, at its meeting tomorrow night, may be asked to reconsider and revise plans for a “ring road” around the heavily-congested Rt. 7/Rt. 50 intersection to avoid crossing over into the City of Falls Church, altogether.Read more ›
A “Witnessing and Blessing of a Lifelong Covenent” binding Robert Graham Stansbery and John Michael Pionke was held today in the historic chapel of the Falls Church Episcopal before over 100 witnesses and under the direction of Rector John Ohmer.Read more ›