Taking the globe by storm, coronavirus dominates news and business agendas while spreading fear and uncertainty in its wake.
The Northwest Arlington Lions are cancelling their maple syrup, pecan and citrus fundraiser.
The stunning speed of events of the last week as, belatedly, the U.S. has begun to catch up to the unprecedented demands required to stem a horrifying coronavirus pandemic are very likely to escalate further.
The Falls Church Arts gallery (700B W. Broad St., Falls Church) announced that it would be shutting down its current show, “A Woman’s Journey,” due to the concerns over spreading COVID-19.
In response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic affecting the globe and policies enacted to avoid social gatherings, the News-Press will publish a list of virtual events weekly in lieu of its regular listings.
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A rumor circulating on social media tonight that a Falls Church family, including a student of the school system, have contracted the coronavirus is untrue, both City Manager Wyatt Shields and Superintendent Peter Noonan confirmed to the News-Press Wednesday night. Noonan said that a concerned family failed to meet the […]
Delegate Jennifer Carroll Foy will attend and serve as the guest speaker
Virginia Hospital Center in Arlington will open a temporary site for limited drive-through COVID-19 testing on Wednesday.
The Supreme Court of Virginia today issued an order declaring a judicial emergency suspending all non-essential, non-emergency court proceedings for the next 21 days, including new eviction cases, as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring issued the following statement, “It would be an absolute outrage […]