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. […]
Spoiler Alert! Clare & Don’s Beach Shack (staff pictured) cleaned up once again in the Best of Falls Church, as...
Minutes before the filing deadline last Friday, a second candidate filed papers to run as an independent for Treasurer...
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 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 ›
After a wind delay, the annual fireworks display capped off the City of Falls Church’s Independence Day celebration last night, lighting the sky around George Mason High School in bright colors aplenty. (Photos: Gary Mester)Read more ›
This is Amber, a magnificent chocolate lab. She loves to walk (no more than one mile) and eat bones. She is the most positive doggy to wake up next to, her owner says. In the evening she enjoys naps and snuggling up. Her chocolate coating keeps her hot in the […]Read more ›
There were two reports of identity theft last week in the City of Falls Church according to the latest Crime Report released today. The first incident occurred on Wednesday, June 4 when a man was arrested in the 6000 block of S. Washington St. for providing false identification to law enforcement, […]Read more ›
Four men, one armed with a handgun, held up an AT&T Store in the City of Falls Church Monday morning, police report.Read more ›
Three hikers from Falls Church’s Boy Scout Troop 821 took part in the Alonzo Stagg Hike on March 15. The event was a 50/20 hike, meaning participants covered 50 miles in less than 20 hours. Caelin Campbell, George Christensen, and Scout Leader Tom Ogden finished the hike in about 18 […]Read more ›