Maurice Lamoine West, born March 8, 1953, a longtime resident of Falls Church, Virginia, passed away on March 15, 2020. Maurice is survived by his sisters, JoAnn Lafferty, Marilyn Ghafoor, Caroline Nelson, and brother Michael West. A memorial service will take place at a later date, please visit https://tinyurl.com/MauriceWestObit for […]
The McLean Art Society meeting slated for March 27 is now cancelled.
Aldi, Giant Food, Harris Teeter and Safeway grocery stores in the Falls Church area have announced dedicated shopping hours for seniors and at-risk shoppers during the coronavirus pandemic.
Brown’s Hardware and the RainSmart Program have teamed up to offer rain barrels at a discount to help fight stormwater in the City of Falls Church.
Despite not being able to treat the coronavirus, the clinic said it’s working to provide tele-medical visits (with interpretation services) and advising patients of the best and most current course of action advised by the Center for Disease Control and Fairfax County Health Department.
Northern Virginia Community College has cancelled its in-person classes and shifted to online classes, which went into effect March 16.
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Because of its prime location, the project will serve as the city’s de facto architectural centerpiece for generations to come.
Beloved wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and friend, Dot Fernald passed away on March 14, 2020 at Powhatan Nursing Center in Falls Church, Virginia.
The Choralis Foundation announced that it is canceling and rescheduling programs slated for March and May in response to the continuing spread of the coronavirus.