The City of Falls Church Police Department is offering a free Rape Aggression Defense program to teach women realistic self-defense tactics and techniques. The course, or RAD, is taught by nationally certified instructors from the City’s police department and is a comprehensive, women-only course that addresses awareness, prevention, risk reduction, […]
The City of Falls Church’s Mary Riley Styles Public Library was once again named one of the top libraries in the country,...
LIVE ELECTION RESULTS: Connelly, Snyder, Oliver, Sze Elected to Council, Water Referendum Passes in a Landslide
Follow along with the News-Press as results from today’s 2013 Falls Church City elections and vote on a proposed sale...
Students ages nine to 18 are invited to audition for the cast of Encore Stage and Studio’s musical production of “The...
Break out the lederhosen and beer steins, Mad Fox’s Oktoberfest celebration is going down this weekend in The Little City. On Saturday, from noon until 6 p.m., the F.C. brewpub is creating their own all-day Biergarten festival in Market Square (the space between Mad Fox and Panera) and featuring over […]Read more ›
Inova has announced that as of October 1, Kaiser Permanente will no longer consider Inova as an in-network provider and Kaiser members will no longer be referred by Kaiser to Inova facilities, physicians or out-patient services. Patients of either Inova or Kaiser should contact their service provider for more information.Read more ›
You tasted the goods Falls Church restaurants had to offer but now it’s time to take a bite out of Tysons. This Saturday, the Tysons Regional Chamber of Commerce presents the Taste of Tysons with 19 participating restaurants. Popular, well-know joints like Clyde’s, Legal Sea Foods, Maggiano’s and BGR will […]Read more ›
Falls Church’s Citizens for a Better City (CBC) civic organization has announced this week that it will focus on promoting dialogue, debate and discourse regarding the proposed sale of the City’s water system to Fairfax County in the upcoming election campaign this fall. Citizens will ratify or reject the sale […]Read more ›
Since 2008, when the economy dipped into the Great Recession, great plans by Atlantic Realty and the City of Falls Church to develop an ambitious $315 million City Center project in the City’s downtown fell into a dead standstill.Read more ›
In the works since late 2011, an ambitious plan involving the assembly of five parcels of land to piece together a four-acre new development likely to include a 149-room hotel, 274 rental residential units, 42,900 feet of retail anchored by an “upscale” Walgreens, two levels of underground parking and a […]Read more ›