Interested residents can join in this engaging service opportunity that honors the National Day of Service and Remembrance.
Here’s the lineup, menu, vendor list, map and more for the Little City’s annual celebration of the fall season including the Taste of Falls Church taking place this Saturday.
“Waterworks,” featuring the colorful works of 41 area artists, opens on Saturday, Sept. 14, at 7:30 p.m.
Football, cross-country, girl’s volleyball and boy’s golf all find themselves in a similar position adjusting to a new district after the school moved from the 2A to 3A classification.
While the Mustangs might have lost, students, parents and faculty seemed to have a blast celebrating the start of the school year.
The Falls Church City Council made it official Monday night, by a 7-0 vote naming the new pocket park in the 100 block of W. Broad Street “Mr. Brown’s Park.”
Shoppers can find bargains at one of the area’s first and largest garage sales of the fall season.
MOPS is an international organization designed to encourage, equip and develop mothers of preschool children and develop fellowship with moms who can share the joys and challenges of motherhood.
At its first public business meeting of the new school year, the Falls Church Public School Board voted unanimously Tuesday night to adopt a proclamation declaring October 2019 as “Bullying Prevention Month” with the intention that “the issue of bullying and its prevention be discussed in Falls Church City Public […]
Organized by the group Welcoming Falls Church, a local subsidiary of the nationwide group Welcoming America, the celebration will promote community efforts to provide hospitality for foreigners who’ve come to the U.S. either seeking better opportunities or safety from troubles in their native countries.