The Law Offices of Baskin, Jackson and Duffett, P.C. has announced that David Lasso has joined the firm as a principal. Lasso has been in practice for 38 years with a focus on municipal and state law matters including land use planning and development, procurement matters, state and local regulatory […]
The Original Pancake House is hosting a “Dine Out Day” to benefit the Falls Church Education Foundation on Thursday,...
(Photo: Hot N Juicy) Seafood restaurant chain, Hot N Juicy Crawfish, is coming to Falls Church next month. Taking over...
AT&T invested nearly $950 million in Virginia’s wireless and wired network infra- structure from 2012 through...
Beadazzled is hosting a glass artist show on Sunday, March 28 from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. in their Falls Church location. The show is free and will include a demonstration by artist Lisa St. Martin. Beadazzled is located in the Spectrum Building at 444 W. Broad Street. For more information […]Read more ›
The Greater McLean Chamber of Commerce and Cardinal Bank are hosting an introduction seminar for Connect Northern Virginia on Tuesday, March 24 from 7:30 – 9:45 a.m. Connect NVA will demonstrate the regional community platform and discuss how it can be used to support community projects and our non-profit community. […]Read more ›
Reston Hospital Center’s Research Committee in partnership with Marymount University’s Eta Alpha chapter of Sigma Theta Tau announced a “Call for Abstracts” for their 11th Annual Research Conference. The conference, held on Friday, May 8 at Reston Hospital Center, is open to local and international nurses, students, and research fellows […]Read more ›
BJ’s Wholesale Club of Falls Church donated $1,700 in goods to the Friends of the Falls Church Homeless Shelter for the winter emergency shelter and its residents. The nonprofit Friends organization was created in 1996 to address the critical need for emergency housing in the community, especially during the winter […]Read more ›
Governor Terry McAuliffe announced that Bechtel Corporation, one of the world’s largest engineering, construction and project management companies, will relocate 700 jobs to Fairfax County from its Frederick, Md., operation as a result of global restructuring. The company will invest $10 million in the Fairfax County location as a result […]Read more ›
Falls Church’s Robert E. Beach Architects, LLC announced that staff member Nick Valadez completed the Architect Registration Examination to become a registered architect in the Commonwealth of Virginia and correspondingly his membership in the American Institute of Architects has been advanced to architect status. The Architect Registration Examination is the […]Read more ›