It is this newspaper’s mission to achieve just these purposes and we are thankful for the recognition and the fact that, after almost 30 years, we’re still here.
The Arlington Circuit Court, which includes the City of Falls Church, will soon begin its annual juror qualification process.
A Black Lives Matter Memrial set up by middle schoolers from Mary Ellen Henderson Middle School was held at the tennis courts by the Community Center in the City of Falls Church on July 10
Signs of support are all over the City.
The new Mission Lofts living complex in Bailey’s Crossroads seemed to time its opening perfectly with the onset of the pandemic, and builds a natural division between working and living into its units.
Barb being a part of any effort ensured good humor, great cheer, abundant energy, and an empathy and caring that was palpable.
There’s a plaque in Falls Church that commemorates the “Hangman’s Tree” where suspected Union spies were hanged during the Civil War. The tree itself no longer exists, but the plaque remains. The News-Press has called for its removal, calling it “a veritable noose.” I’m not sure how I feel about this.
This week, the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors returned to in-person meetings for the first time in months.
Goodwin House Incorporated, a senior living community in both Falls Church and Alexandria, became the first senior living community in Northern Virginia to receive gold-level certification from Services & Advocacy for LGBT Elders (SAGE).
Falls Church’s Jacob Abruzzi was part of a James Madison University team that placed first in the project development category of the 2020 Collegiate Wind Competition, topping 11 other universities from around the country.