Yeakel now owns three of the five lots in the 900 block of W. Broad St. just down the road from the under-construction Founders Row.
Author: Matt Delaney
Representatives from Virginia’s Department of Transportation as well as the Fairfax County Police Department informed those in attendance that the statistics don’t offer full-throated support of their concerns.
Although one component skewing the data to show increased pill distribution in the City is how the DEA “doesn’t distinguish between Virginia’s independent cities and counties in the data, so any independent city in the data is going to appear toward the higher end of the data,” a member from the Post’s team that conducted the study told the News-Press.
In a year of immense change for the City of Falls Church, Mayor David Tarter and the City Council have been the commanding force through it all.
Comedian Candice Guardino aims to show the hilarity in both sides of her own family experience with her one-woman show/musical, “Italian Bred” playing for one night at the State Theatre this weekend.
A Falls Church institution since former owner Tony Socarras moved the business within City limits in 1969, the camera store for both professionals and amateurs and known for its increasingly rare service of in-house film development reached the half-century mark in July.
A commitment to educating young children on the basics and giving them space to grow individually was honored by a faculty invested in the school’s central mission.
FCKLL players took full advantage of a bonus opportunity to hang with a professional player after receiving a visit from Nationals catcher Kurt Suzuki earlier this year.
Native Americans and settlers of early America accounted for the region’s natural up-and-down terrain when blazing their initial trails.
Hole in the Wall Books, the cozy used book shop located within a faded blue house on Broad Street, will be closing up shop for good at the end of the month, concluding a 40-year run in the City of Falls Church.