For the sixth consecutive year, the News-Press asked readers to vote for their Falls Church favorites and, for the sixth consecutive year, we had yet another record-breaking turnout at the polls.
Bob Jones of ARCADIS and Falls Church City Manager Wyatt Shields field questions at a briefing on George Mason and Mary...
NEW CITY OF FALLS CHURCH teachers Gina Thacker (left) and Nicholas Bajis in “class” at the new teacher orientation...
U.S. Senator Tim Kaine released the following statement this morning on the lethal attack in Moneta, Virginia: “There...
A bathroom ceiling fan in a room on the first floor of the two-story Budget Inn Motel at 7155 Lee Highway in the Falls Church area of Fairfax County was the cause of a fire on Wednesday, Aug. 19, according to the Fairfax County Fire Department.Read more ›
by Karim Doumar Jerome Tennille of Falls Church will run the ninth annual 12-hour Adventure Trail Run on September 19 to raise funds to benefit the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors. According to its website, the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors provides help, hope and healing to all those grieving […]Read more ›
A move to take off the air the “Northern Virginia Republican” show produced by Jim Parmelee telecast on over 40 Virginia cable systems, including all in Northern Virginia, has been reversed and the show will remain on the Falls Church Cable TV system, the City’s Republican committee has reported. The […]Read more ›
In Prince William County, middle and high school class sizes have ballooned from 21 kids to 30 kids, and there’s been talk there of ending full-day kindergarten, according to a new report from the Richmond-based Commonwealth Institute. Despite a state budget surplus, it reports, in Norfolk, there are school buildings […]Read more ›
Falls Church School Board member Lawrence L. Webb has been appointed by Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe to an Advisory Committee on Juvenile Justice, the governor’s office announced Monday. Webb, who is a senior recruiter at Bowie State University, has formerly served a term on the Falls Church City Council.Read more ›
In addition to what he’s already done and announced he wants to do, at least three new projects in Falls Church are in the planning mind of Todd Hitt, the Northern Virginia native and energetic real estate visionary.Read more ›