The Virginia High School League’s decision to have the fall sports season run in the early part of the spring has brought a mix of relief and wariness toward the obstacles still ahead for the coaches of local programs.
Author: Matt Delaney
The open air appears to be the sturdiest firewall against the disease, and that’s allowed musicians like Sean Tracy Trio and Joe Barbee to take their acts from the main stage to the parking lot as they will tonight at the State Theatre.
Roughly 4,000 homes spread across the City of Falls Church and greater Falls Church area just west of the City experienced power outages around 4 p.m. due to a tree on the power line, according to Dominion Energy’s Outage Map.
Social distancing guidelines used to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus are especially hard for teens and pre-teens, whose friend groups at school help mature their public and personal identities.
A “carelessly discarded cigarette” set a couch on fire in a Bailey’s Crossroads apartment complex Tuesday afternoon, Fairfax County Fire and Rescue reported.
The potential reality of an office-less world would be trouble for the City of Falls Church’s West End development that is relying on office tenants to help occupy some of its nearly 10-acre footprint, though the minds behind the project believe this adaptation won’t become a fixture once coronavirus’ danger lessens.
The City of Falls Church police reported that a house fire on Robinson Place has caused multiple street closures in the surrounding area.
A home invasion that preceded an armed robbery took place in Seven Corners in late June, Fairfax County police reported.
Economic Development Authority chair Bob Young remarked that he was surprised no businesses were lost due to the conditions brought on by the pandemic, but he added that the good news hasn’t toned down owners’ concerns about their long-term prospects.
A banner remembering the life of George Floyd, who died on May 25 when a police officer pinned his knee to Floyd’s neck for nearly nine minutes, unveiled by the Tinner Hill Heritage Foundation at the Tinner Hill Arch on S. Washington St., was allegedly stolen earlier this month, prompting an investigation by City of Falls Church police.