The City of Falls Church Police Department is joining the initiative of the National Stop on Red Week, Aug. 2 – 8, 2020.
Véronneau performed on Saturday night for Creative Cauldron’s new outdoor series of shows located in the courtyard at Mission Lofts in Bailey’s Crossroads.
Given the technological advancements that are available today and having been shown that teleworking is possible, employers should see this time as an opportunity to hire more individuals with disabilities.
As a City of Falls Church resident, I strongly encourage the City Council to consider and adopt the Most Restrictive option (#4) regarding an ordinance to prohibit the possession, carrying or transportation of firearms in public in buildings owned, leased, or used by the City as well as in parks, recreational or community facilities owned or used by the City.
The 10th Annual Lizzie Borden Ax Throwing Contest will be held on Saturday, Aug. 1 at the American Legion Post 130 (400 N. Oak St., Falls Church)/ Sign up takes place at 11 a.m. with a practice session being held from 12 – 12:45 p.m. and the contest starting promptly at 1 p.m.
With deepest grieving, we join all who knew him in profoundly lamenting the passing of City of Falls Church Council member Daniel X. Sze this week.
The group will discuss which plants can best survive the Northern Virginia area’s long, hot summers, how to group plants to take advantage of existing water sources, and use of water gardens, rain barrels and best landscaping practices.
Falls Church City and virtual events for the week of July 30 – August 5, 2020.
The 2020 senior class of George Mason High School donated $4,000 to fund two micro grants as a part of program led by the City of Falls Church’s Economic Development Authority this spring and summer.
Fairfax-based nonprofit Britepaths is seeking donations from the community to assist students in need who attend schools in the Fairfax County area as part of its annual Collect for Kids Back to School Program.