Thomas Cash, a candidate for one of three contested Falls Church City Council seats up for bid this November, announced today that he is dropping out of the race. In a post on Facebook Friday afternoon, Cash said that “due to unforeseen events” he will be tabling his Council bid. […]
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.
The Little City’s Harris Teeter will no longer be open to all-hour grocery shoppers starting next Wednesday.
“Affordable housing” dominates the new chapter of the City of Falls Church’s Comprehensive Plan update approved by the F.C. Council by a unanimous vote Monday.
Home prices in the 22202 zip code on top of where Amazon HQ2 is going in Crystal City, have soared by 72 percent in July over June, and by 25 percent year-over-year.
For the first time in four years, Falls Church City Public Schools reached a 90 percent pass rate or better in Standards of Learning (SOL) assessments across all content areas, according to the Virginia Department of Education.
The imminent opening of the long-awaited new Italian eatery is finally here.
Indicated registrations bring the total to 185 in the section, eight students greater than expected.
Thorpe was a critical stabilizing influence at City Hall in Falls Church, serving as the City Attorney from 1996 to 2008 for the longest period in the history of City, a period that covered the terms of six City Managers and interim managers, five mayors and dozens of City Council members and many a contentious local election and referenda.
Native Americans and settlers of early America accounted for the region’s natural up-and-down terrain when blazing their initial trails.