Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam issued the following statement late this afternoon: “We are all thankful that today passed without incident. The teams successfully de-escalated what could have been a volatile situation. This resulted from weeks of planning and extensive cooperation among state, local, and federal partners in Virginia and […]
Garry Gekhman visited the children’s center to share his book “Little Yura Learns to Dance,” which touches on how he overcame the bullying in his youth and used those lessons to create a lifetime of accomplishments, all while learning the joy of dance.
The interest form can be found at fccps.org/o/jtp, scrolling down and clicking on the announcement under the “News” section. The form will be available through Jan. 31.
With the departure of Tom Polera, five-year veteran Henry Lane has been named the City of F.C.’s new fire marshal.
The fundraiser will run from Jan. 20 – 25.
The Shreve Road Community Working Group announced that, beginning immediately, the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) will fund a planning study for Shreve Road.
Though the improvised “receptacle” could very well be the result of an already stuffed red bin reserved for cardboard directly behind the piles.
The new equipment will provide both physical and mental obstacles for students to increase strength, improve flexibility and agility and enhance balance, just as is done on the popular TV show, “American Ninja Warrior.”
The City of Falls Church will commemorate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. by declaring Monday, Jan. 20, a Day of Service and supporting and promoting civic engagement across The Little City.
The event will be held from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 18, and admission is free.