The City of Falls Church declared a local emergency today in response to the flash flooding that affected the area on Monday.. Acting City Manager Cindy Mester made the declaration, which activates the City Emergency Operations Plan and authorizes the provision of aid and assistance as prescribed by State law […]
He often goes to the Library of Congress to scour treasures and is connected to fellow collectors. He even met his wife through a mutual collecting friend and the two merged catalogues when they married. Recently, a good friend of his passed away and he has tens of thousands of pieces of sheet music in his garage.
Amardip Randhawa passed away peacefully in his home in Falls Church on June 30, 2019 after a short illness at the age of 75.
The Falls Church City Hall announced this week that the City Council’s business meeting of July 22 and work session of Aug. 5 have been cancelled, and that the Council’s Economic Development Committee has rescheduled its meeting for Thursday, August 1 at 10 a.m.
The City of Falls Church Treasurer’s office received its accreditation from the Treasurer’s Association of Virginia last month, reports City Treasurer Jody Acosta. She was presented the recognition at the association’s meeting in Arlington. The Office Accreditation program is a professional certificate program that is overseen by the Treasurers’ Association […]
The family of John Marshall Finch wishes to share the sad news of his passing, nearby Falls Church, on June 20.
The Falls Church City Council voted Monday on a resolution proposing the name, “Mr. Brown’s Park,” for the newly-renovated pocket park in the 100 block of W. Broad St. A staff report indicated that 130 recommendations for a name were submitted by citizens and the overwhelming number favored a name […]
William Patrick “Mac” McCauley, 71, of Front Royal, on June 9 struck his last chord here on earth, and is now playing with the Angel Band.
Accompanying the Falls Church City Council’s latest unanimous vote to advance the West End Development Project Monday night was decision by the economic development team to give its 9.45 acres of dense mixed-use development a name: “Little City Commons.”
Our dad, brother, husband, uncle, cousin, dearest friend and great salesman, David “Dave” Lewis Butts, Sr., left the building without warning and much too early —but he never was one to make a fuss about long goodbyes.