Rachel Horovitz (left) and Laurin Torres, students at George Mason High School, stand next to their pieces that are featured in the new Falls Church Arts show FACES, currently on display at ArtSpace Falls Church, located at 410 S. Maple St., Falls Church, until Nov. 30.
AT THE COMMUNITY CENTER voting precinct, Rep. Jim Moran and Hon. Don Beyer, running to fill the seat being vacated by...
McLean High School kicks off the local fall theater season with a production of “The Addams Family,” which premiers...
Yeah, that’s a cone full of pizza. (Photo: News-Press) At one point in time, there were 10 different places in...
Twenty Falls Church citizens, including neighbors to the site who carried petitions signed by over 100, spoke out at a public hearing before the F.C. Planning Commission at City Hall Monday night. The consensus among the attendees was that the four-acre consolidated Mason Row proposal for rental apartments, condominiums, a […]Read more ›
This is Penny, a new resident at the Byron in Falls Church City. Penny is about 5 months old. She recently earned her medal from the AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy Program and her Canine Good Citizen Training will make her a joy to the residents of the City for years to come. […]Read more ›
For the fifth consecutive year, the News-Press asked readers to cast their votes for their favorite places to eat, drink, shop, relax and more in and around The Little City. After eight long weeks and a record number of ballots, the votes have all been tallied.Read more ›
Minutes before the filing deadline last Friday, a second candidate filed papers to run as an independent for Treasurer of the City of Falls Church.Read more ›
Say hello to Maggie, the only dog ever known to turn down every dog treat known to man, as she prefers the real stuff. She’s the sweetest, most loving dog and she’s the Livingston family’s very best pug friend. This pug snores and looks like a piglet, meows and acts like […]Read more ›
The global collision between the traditional taxi industry and the Uber and Lyft upstarts is playing out on Arlington streets. The struggle pits longtime hackers against rookies, youthful innovation against ingrained habits, and free-marketers against regulators – all set in motion by technological disruption. Last month, county police issued five citations to […]Read more ›