The Virginia High School League Executive Committee will meet on Monday, July 27, to vote on the three recommended models for reopening sports and activities.
Falls Church City and virtual events for the week of July 23– 29, 2020.
Social distancing has forced a measure of self-reflection upon many of us. This makes the online production of Providence Players of Fairfax “The Librarian” especially relevant for this Covid-19-influenced time.
News-Press readers helped verify that the tree was, in fact, taken down in 1968.
The 400,000 square foot deal Microsoft signed at Reston Town Center in May was one of the region’s biggest leasing wins during a year slowed by the coronavirus pandemic, but Fairfax County stakeholders see more big deals coming.
Falls Church’s new Equal Welcome initiative includes a sign that retail establishments can display in their windows.
Governor Ralph Northam has launched Clean Energy Virginia, a new initiative to drive investment in renewable energy and energy efficiency and help meet the Commonwealth’s goals for clean energy production, which include powering 100 percent of Virginia’s electricity from carbon-free sources.
Recovery Program Solutions of Virginia (RPSV) — nonprofit that supports adults with mental health, substance abuse, and homelessness issues across Northern Virginia and specializes in one-on-one and peer group support programs — now offers customized virtual support sessions designed specifically for area businesses that are handling concerns related to employees returning to the workplace.
The Falls Church Chamber of Commerce is hosting a Zoom Webinar, The Sitting Professional, on Tuesday, July 21 from 12:15 to 1:15 pm.
The pair were rescued from London, England and are happy to be on this side of the pond.