The Little City’s Harris Teeter will no longer be open to all-hour grocery shoppers starting next Wednesday.
Author: Jody Fellows
The temporary traffic signal blocking the sidewalk at the corner of Hillwood Ave. and Annandale Rd. for more than a year is gone and another interim, yet far less disruptive, solution is now in place.
Mad Fox Brewing Company, which will celebrate its ninth anniversary on Saturday, announced this week that it will shutter before the end of the month. In a Facebook post Tuesday, Mad Fox founder, CEO and executive brewer Bill Madden said the Falls Church brew pub’s last day of business will be Sunday, July 21.
More than a year after a traffic light pole came crashing down in high winds at the corner of Annandale Road and Hillwood Avenue in Falls Church, the intersection’s signal is still waiting for its replacement. And now City officials say a permanent solution won’t be in place until sometime next year.
The City of Falls Church is still healthy, it’s just not the healthiest.
While this week should be spent eating everything Falls Church Restaurant Week has to offer, once the festivities come to an end, several new and upcoming restaurants in the area are deserving of attention.
Two Falls Church eateries earned coveted Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington award nominations and will be vying for hardware at the group’s annual award ceremony, known as the RAMMYs, later this summer. Perennial nominee Taco Bamba, with a nod for a fourth consecutive year, is up, once again, for “Favorite Fast […]
Almost 70 years after it first started churning out frozen custard in an art-deco-styled roadside stand at the corner of Route 50 and Annandale Road, Frozen Dairy Bar is set for a triumphant return this spring.
It’s been more than a year since the traffic signal at the intersection of Annandale Rd. and Hillwood Ave. in Falls Church toppled over in high winds one afternoon and the City has yet to permanently replace the felled pole.
City of Falls Church Crime Report: February 11 – 17, 2019 Four pickup trucks were swiped from Koons Ford in Falls Church, according to the latest City of Falls Church crime report. Police reported the trucks, in various colors, were discovered missing last Wednesday morning. In other incidents, three men […]