The following residents were recognized for achieving outstanding grade-point-averages for their respective universities for the Fall 2020 semester.
Mudrooms are said to be disappearing. But builders, architects and real estate agents throughout the Washington, D.C. region don’t see it that way.
Local, virtual, theater and live music events in and around the City of Falls Church for the week of January 21 – 27, 2021
When I am at a loss for words, I turn to our poet, Walt Whitman.
Management of Thompson’s Italian in the City of Falls Church announced this week that one of its beloved, long-time servers Jose Rogelio Martinez Alvarenca died January 17 after an extensive battle with the Covid-19 virus.
Sharyn Byer, a loving wife, mother and grandmother and a virtuoso flutist, conductor and educator, ascended to Heaven at the age of 72.
Dick Ekfelt died unexpectedly on Jan. 10 after a brief illness. Dick lived in Falls Church for the last 36 years of his life, but the Midwest never left this tall slender Nebraskan.
John W. Vanderheyden, 66, an exhibited landscape painter in the Washington, D.C., area and central North Carolina, died suddenly on Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021, as the result of a fall while hiking near Pittsboro, North Carolina.
When compared to other large metropolitan areas, Northern Virginia has the highest rate of severe housing burden among low-income households and the sixth highest rate among moderate-income households in the country.
One man assaulted another man after they argued about social distancing guidelines in this week’s Crime Report.