A spontaneous gathering and a lengthy cavalcade of cars by neighbors and friends helped Dave and Nonie Spevacek celebrate their 50th anniversary back on May 23.
A change in a Falls Church City Hall ruling to now require a zoning exception for a proposed new one-and-a-half-story building at 116 East Fairfax Street could delay its construction well into the fall, the F.C. City Council determined at its work session Monday night.
With the announcement this week that over 100 locations nationwide of 24 Hour Fitness studios are closing immediately, the City of Falls Church location at 1000 E. Broad will continue as one of only two locations for the outfit in Virginia.
Robert Vincent Gordon, age 69, passed away on Monday, May 4, 2020, from complications of Covid-19 in Fairfax.
Quinn’s Auction Galleries opens its summer season with an online-only Fine & Decorative Arts Auction on Saturday, June 27, starting at 11 a.m.
According to a report in this week’s D.C.-based Washington City Paper by Laura Hayes, the downtown Falls Church-based “Hot N Juicy Crawfish” seafood restaurant in the 100 block of W. Broad is facing the threat of eviction by attorneys representing the landlord, FMR Development LLC.
Falls Church-Annandale Lions Club Members, along with members from Fairfax and Alexandria, donated nearly $20K toward nonprofit Food for Others’ new redesigned delivery truck.
OAR of Arlington, Alexandria and Falls Church has been selected as one of the best nonprofits in the DC area by the Catalogue for Philanthropy.
Since Northern Virginia entered Phase 2, the Wright family decided to reopen their dog biscuit station on Seaton Lane.
Many Falls Church senior citizens engaged in civic activism retired to nearby Goodwin House.