Two men, Christopher Hemmelgrain, 31 and Michael Puckett, 25, both of no fixed addressed, were arrested and charged with larceny on Wednesday morning by the Fairfax County Police Department, who, linked them to at least ten vehicle larceny cases in the area, according to a press release from the department. Officers responded to […]
Falls Church City Public Schools and all day care activities are closed Thursday, plus all morning Rec and Parks and...
A bill filed by State Sen. Richard Saslaw (D-Fairfax/Falls Church) that would have added secrecy to the drugs used in...
Mason Row Developers revealed plans last Friday to house a City library at the site of its proposed development at West...
The real estate assessments that were mailed to property owners in the City of Falls Church and posted on the City’s website this Tuesday showed an overall 4.85 percent increase over a year ago, due mostly to new mixed-use construction projects now underway.Read more ›
The Falls Church School Board delayed its scheduled vote on its budget request for a week to allow more time for results from an informal survey to be received and to accommodate some late changes.Read more ›
UPDATE: This report has been updated to incorporate new information from the Virginia State Police department about this afternoon’s accident. Another Virginia State Police trooper was injured after getting hit by a car in Northern Virginia today. At around 2 p.m. today a trooper was out of his car on a stop on the shoulder […]Read more ›
Real estate assessments being mailed to property owners in the City of Falls Church tomorrow will show an overall 4.85% increase due mostly to the new mixed-use construction now underway, and the increase is the highest in the region, F.C. City Manager Wyatt Shields reported to the City Council Monday night.Read more ›
A water main broke in the parking lot at a concrete plant on Gordon Road in Falls Church Monday afternoon resulting in a brief loss of water service to area customers.Read more ›
Peter Batten of the Spectrum Group has unveiled an option for the relocation of Falls Church’s Mary Riley Styles Public Library to a new two-story, 24,000 square-foot building in its proposed 4.3-acre Mason Row development at the intersection of West Broad and North West Street.Read more ›