Debbie Hiscott was declared the winner of Falls Church City Council’s special election around 8:30 p.m. Tuesday night.
Author: Matt Delaney
N. Virginia Avenue will be closed for most of the day on Wednesday to accommodate the Mary Riley Styles Public Library’s renovations, according to an announcement from the City of Falls Church.
Senior living facilities in Falls Church serve as a microcosm of the adjustments made throughout the nation where keeping its residents safe is balanced by preserving its sense of community.
News-Pod: Election Lead Up, Stormwater Project Gets a Boost & Last Double-Feature for a Little While
This week we’re talking about some of the lead-up to both the general election and Falls Church City Council’s special election (including my much-anticipated personal endorsements for the election).
A man was arrested in the Idylwood area of greater Falls Church last week after he was found in the home of his father who had been stabbed and killed, according to police.
Ghouls and ghosts have seemed a bit too real as the world struggles with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, but that hasn’t spooked Falls Church residents from pulling off their own modified ways of showing their Halloween spirit.
We cover the lead story on affordable housing and ask what is its “Why?” as well as get into the touching story on the Kulman brothers and their fight against an extremely rare genetic disorder and how City residents defied governing advice to save Halloween.
Braving a global pandemic isn’t enough excitement for some, which explains why the powersports industry’s sales have spiked nationally throughout the past seven months.
This is our debut podcast where we go through the paper and offer a little commentary here and there (where appropriate, of course) to give some more perspective on the stories.
Next month’s gradual return for most elementary-age students in and around the City of Falls Church will serve as their parents’ final, white-knuckled lap in guiding their kids’ education.