Even if we can’t have the usual Memorial Day party, we’ve still got the love.
Author: Marybeth Connelly
Have you ever walked down Gundry Drive in Falls Church and wondered why it is named “Gundry”? The street is named for Mattie Gundry, a 19th and 20th century icon who lived, worked and made a difference right here in the Little City. Mattie Gundry was a force to be […]
Communities and organizations across the United States are celebrating Women’s History Month, and Falls Church has a special event for the whole family: The Falls Church Women’s History Walk. If you aren’t already involved, consider this your heartfelt invitation to be part of it. There are many reasons to gather […]
Sometimes an idea comes along that is so timely, so interesting, so right that everyone wants to be part of it. The upcoming Falls Church Women’s History Walk is one of those ideas. If you aren’t already involved, consider this your heartfelt invitation to be part of it. There are […]
A round of applause! Falls Church has a FY2016 budget. It took sweat, disagreement and compromise. Some say we failed because the tax rate did not remain flat. Others worry that we are not raising enough for future capital needs. I’m calling it a success, with room for improvement in […]
It’s time for us to think bigger about what is possible in Falls Church and take action to make those things happen. It can be hard to imagine a big thing when we are stuck in the daily slog of traffic, taxes and tests. But by working together, our community […]
At a recent Business in Education Partnership meeting, Superintendent Toni Jones shared information about proposed education policy to the attention of the Falls Church business community. Because it is important to all Virginians, we would like to share it with the entire Falls Church community. Virginia Governor McDonnell designated 2013 […]