City officials and library board members cut the ribbon on a 3D printer at Mary Riley Styles Public Library last Saturday morning. Just after the ribbon was cut, Phoebe Way, a 9-year-old member of the library, was the first person to use the printer. The printer, which was purchased for […]
Several students from Falls Church have been named to the dean’s list at Virginia Tech for the spring 2014 semester. Bruce...
Andre Jackson, a City of Falls Church employee and vocalist for the band Sudden M Pac, will perform a tribute to soul...
DoodleHoppers 4 Kids is hosting a Creativity Can event this Saturday, July 26, at 2 p.m. at its store at 228 W. Broad...
Registration is open for the inaugural Cops and Robbers Run, a costumed 5K chase organized by a Falls Church-based events start-up, which will take place on Sept. 6 at 9 a.m. at the RFK Fairgrounds. Participants are invited to dress up and run as cops or robbers through obstacles, sirens […]Read more ›
For the 24th consecutive year, the Falls Church News-Press is co-hosting with the Falls Church Chamber of Commerce its late July social mixer next Thursday, July 31, at its office, located at 200 Little Falls St., Suite 508. The casual, festive event is open to all friends of the News-Press […]Read more ›
Falls Church Rotary Club student Maggie Bellaschi (left), from Cooper Middle School, won third place in the Rotary district essay competition earlier this month. Bellaschi is shown in the photo above with the club’s outgoing president, Diane Hill (right), who presented her with the $250 third place award and certificate at the […]Read more ›
Former City of Falls Church Treasurer Cathy Kaye donated a painting of Ireland’s Four Provinces during Christmas time, which was painted by Falls Church artist Bill Abel in 2013, to the 4P’s last week. Kaye won the painting in the live auction at the 2013 City of Falls Church’s Chamber of Commerce […]Read more ›
Market Common Clarendon will be showing free movies on the first Thursday of August and September as part of its Now Playing on The Loop series, which began earlier this month with a showing of “The Karate Kid.” The films will be shown on a 16-foot screen in the courtyard […]Read more ›
Five residents of Falls Church have been named to the spring semester dean’s list at Radford University. They are Kristal Olene Bird, Nolan Thomas Costigan, Kateri Agnes Crist, Ramzi Adam Dridi, and Breslin Therese Fitch. To be named to the dean’s list, a student must have taken 15 or more credit […]Read more ›