Two longtime City of Falls Church activists, Debbie Hiscott and Josh Shokoor, have been the only ones to announce so far they’ll be running for the now-open seat on the Falls Church City Council.
Author: Nicholas F. Benton
“It is what it is!” This was Donald Trump’s summary explanation for why over 150,000 Americans have died from the Covid-19 coronavirus in just the last five months.
The City of Falls Church Recreation and Parks Department has announced that it is offering “Rec Connect,” a supervised e-learning center held at the Falls Church Community Center, supervised by Recreation and Parks Department staff.
The timetable requires that City residents seeking to qualify for the special election ballot will need to qualify for the ballot by Aug. 14, in only two weeks.
The Falls Church City Council Monday voted unanimously to advance a new gun control ordinance that bans the carrying of weapons on City-owned or operated properties despite a heavy outpouring of written citizen comments opposing the step.
The American flag at the Falls Church City Hall is being flown at half mast for the next week, City Manager Wyatt Shields announced in reporting Sze’s death to the City staff.
There is no doubt in my mind that paid, violent provocateurs are being deployed on both sides of this scenario. The same sinister forces are functioning as puppet-masters on both sides with the aim of creating a false justification for the imposition of domestic marshal law and the suspension of the November presidential election.
The City of Falls Church Recreation and Parks Department announced today that the Falls Church Festival (scheduled for Sept.12) and Farm Day (scheduled for Oct. 10) are canceled.
Highly-regarded Falls Church City Councilman Dan Sze died last night after a battle with esophageal cancer.
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam announced Tuesday that another $645 million in federal CARES funds to address the Covid-19 pandemic will be released to localities around the commonwealth.