The following is text of the officially family-sanctioned obituary for Falls Church’s late Gary LaPorta, who died last weekend and was the subject of much commentary in today’s News-Press: Gary Carlo LaPorta, age 71 of Falls Church, died suddenly at his home on February 10, 2019. Gary was born in […]
Romance isn’t totally unheard of in these escape room events.
The Falls Church News-Press has announced the dates for Falls Church Restaurant Week 2019 with the seventh annual Little City event set for next month from March 25 – 31. The culinary event features the best restaurants in and around Falls Church offering diners special lunch or dinner dining deals […]
Former City of Falls Church developer Todd Hitt, who until recently loomed large in the City as a developer and philanthropist, has pleaded guilty in the Eastern Federal District court in Alexandria to eight securities fraud schemes that resulted in losses to investors of about $20 million.
In voting 5-1 to adopt modifications to the interim West End commercial development plan Monday night adding real estate tax deferrals and new greater density for residences, the Falls Church City Council has boosted the estimated annual revenue yield the City can expect to gain from the project by an […]
Michael F. Burbidge, Bishop of the Catholic Church Diocese of Arlington, has directed that a list of priests who have been credibly accused of sexual abuse of minors be released publicly, it was announced Wednesday. The list is being published after a full review of all clergy files by experienced […]
Flying was her true passion. As a member of the Ninety-Nines, she counted amongst her friends Fay Wells one of the original pioneering 99 aviatrix members.
Billy N. Reid (79) of Clearfield, Penn. (formerly of Falls Church, Va) was called to be with the Lord on Feb. 5.
The frantic tempo of calls, demands and promises of action of leading Democratic officials that attended the first days of the dizzying sequence of ugly revelations and charges involving Virginia’s three top state elected officials in the last two weeks has cooled in recent days.
According to a press release from the Falls Church City Hall issued late Wednesday, the total taxable assessed value for all properties in Falls Church City, as of Jan. 1, 2019, is $4,283,488,712, a 3.35 percent increase from a year earlier.