Veteran City of Falls Church Planner Loren Bruce was successfully provided a liver transplant from a deceased 30 year-old donor last weekend at the University of Pennsylvania, he reported to the News-Press today. According to a report from his companion, “In the wee hours of Sunday morning the impossible happened. Loren […]
Both the FCA gallery space and the Famille Cafe next door were at times overflowing, with members of the U.S. State Department and the Egyptian Embassy making an appearance.
Letters to the Editor: July 18 – 24, 2019 We Need More Trees, Not Less, in Falls Church Editor, Hey, Little City-zens! Do we really think now is the time to keep cutting down mature trees to make room for absurdly giant homes with multiple impervious surfaces and even — […]
By Hal Lippman I was at a gathering at someone’s apartment a close friend brought me to, but don’t recall feeling all that excited about what was happening, even though its historic significance was palpable. Some of my muted feeling likely was the lingering effect of having recently returned from […]
The unhappy news of the imminent closing of the Mad Fox Brewing Company in downtown Falls Church, after nine years at the location, has certainly come as a blow to many here in the context of all the great news about new economic development plans and the hope that we […]
He was born in California, and loves going to the beach, barking at squirrels, snarfing bacon and fishing with his two brothers, Ethan & Chase.
Falls Church City residents may soon receive juror questionnaires from the Arlington Circuit Court as the court begins its annual jury duty qualification process. The Arlington court, which includes the City of F.C., will send out the juror questionnaires in early August to randomly selected residents of Arlington and F.C. […]
In a report from Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring’s office Wednesday, a Washington Post analysis was cited of newly released data from the Drug Enforcement Administration’s opioid database showing that two Virginia cities — Norton (306 pills per person) and Martinsville (242 pills per person) — received the most opioid […]
Borja’s research will be sponsored by a UNICEF project lead by Professor Kevin Kochersberger of VT’s Unmanned Systems Lab that aims to develop low-cost drones to be flown in Africa’s humanitarian corridor to deliver medicines and blood to isolated hospitals.
The James C. Macdonald Performing Arts Scholarship Competition encourages artistic achievement and promotes study in the arts by high school students who reside or attend school in the McLean district (Small Tax District 1A, Dranesville).