In a year filled with development news, it was the ever-changing landscape of the Falls Church business community that captured the most attention out of all the happenings in the City this year.
Author: Jody Fellows
Christina Graham has been a member of the greater Falls Church community for 15 years, a witness to the rise of new shops, metro stops and what fellow residents all know best: traffic.
Dave Forbes and his sauces are back with a new location, a new name and a new attitude.
Tired of this area’s pizza-and-wing selection, a Buffalo, New York native is bringing his hometown’s specialties to the Little City this November.
An apparent mandatory evacuation of part of Munson Hill Towers in Falls Church will relocate multiple residents to an Arlington hotel for up to the next two weeks.
Falls Church officials hope a new lot resurfacing project currently underway will help visitors and patrons of area businesses better locate parking in the busy downtown area of the Little City.
The Little City’s Harris Teeter will no longer be open to all-hour grocery shoppers starting next Wednesday.
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.