Almost 70 years after it first started churning out frozen custard in an art-deco-styled roadside stand at the corner of Route 50 and Annandale Road, Frozen Dairy Bar is set for a triumphant return this spring.
After Monday’s “first reading” vote, the Council will be unable to increase, but could decrease, the tax rate before voting its final approval of the FY20 budget, which is expected to occur on April 22.
Important changes in the Falls Church City Public Schools bringing considerable savings to taxpayers are in the works.
As a two-time gold medal winner and one-time silver medalist, when it came time for Dolan to hang up the competitive swimming cap, he decided he wanted to share his experience and give back to his community.
Three Democratic U.S. congressmen have introduced a Journalist Protection Act that intends to designate “certain attacks on those reporting the news” as a federal crime, it was announced Wednesday. The bill was introduced by Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-Calif.), Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) and Sen. Bob Menendez (D-N.J.). “The Journalist Protection […]
Students at Falls Church’s George Mason High School have teamed up with the Falls Church chapter of the League of Women Voters to conduct a public forum for candidates vying in contested Democratic primary races this spring. Falls Church citizens will have the opportunity to vote in the June 11 […]
As the renovations and expansion to the Falls Church City Hall move toward completion, the F.C. Council acted out of an abundance of caution Monday night to authorize an extension from the end of March to mid-May of its lease on the temporary City Hall digs constituting 9,276 square feet […]
As expected, Falls Church City Manager Wyatt Shields Monday night presented his recommended Fiscal Year 2020 operating budget to the F.C. City Council that comes in just shy of $100 million.
For the first time last Friday night, the City of Falls Church’s downtown was graced with an institutional LGBTQ presence.
Dr. Frank D’Aquila, 89, a native of Fort Adams, Miss., and a resident of Falls Church, went to be with the Lord on Feb. 23.