Six hours away from Falls Church , down I-81, is a little town called Floyd . If Falls Church can be described as small, then Floyd is down right microscopic. With a population of just about 450 people, one-stoplight, two blocks, and the fact that four of ‘em could fit […]
Right in the City of Falls Church, imagine cross burnings in your front yard, or having rotten fruit thrown at you as you picket in front of the State Theatre. And imagine being the one black student at George Mason High School with classmates who hate you just for the […]
Two Sundays ago, the City of Falls Church honored teacher, principal and community activist Mary Ellen Henderson with the dedication of a new middle school named for her. In speeches by local, state and federal officials, Henderson was celebrated for her work bringing awareness to the condition of segregated black […]
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2020 News-Press Media Kit (Click to View Media Kit) Falls Church News-Press Circulation: Zip Code Total Circulation 22041 (Bailey’s X-roads) 300 22042 (Sleepy Hollow) 500 22043 (Pimmit Hills) 590 22044 (Lake Barcroft) 350 22046 (City of Falls Church) 6,650 Other Areas 610 TOTAL 9,000 Full Process Color is Included […]
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In tonight’s season finale of NBC-TV’s reality show, “America’s Got Talent,” the team of Virginia Tech fraternity brothers who formed the black-light dance troupe “Fighting Gravity” finished third among the four finalists, based on voting by the public.
A small fire caused little damage at the new Read Building in downtown Falls Church yesterday about 3 p.m., but it set off the building’s sprinkler system that led to significant damage in three apartment units, according to building owner Bob Young.. (Photos: Gary Mester)