This week we’re talking about some of the lead-up to both the general election and Falls Church City Council’s special election (including my much-anticipated personal endorsements for the election).
Tonight, Thursday, Oct. 29, at 6 p.m. marks the second of two forums hosted by the Falls Church School Board where public input will be received on the issue of whether or not the names of one or two of the City’s public schools should be changed.
Jeremy Edwards, Green Space Manager in the Department of Public Works, has been named the 2019 City of Falls Church Employee of the Year, it was announced Wednesday.
Of the $11.7 million total bond sale, $400,000 was dedicated for the advanced engineering work ahead of six major storm water mitigation projects that have been identified at an eventual cost now claimed to cost between $5.1 and $7.4 million.
According to the Virginia Political Action Project (VPAP), as of this Monday, Oct. 26, the voters in the City of Falls Church led the state in the percentage who’d voted absentee or by mail ahead of next Tuesday’s Nov. 3 election day.
A man was arrested in the Idylwood area of greater Falls Church last week after he was found in the home of his father who had been stabbed and killed, according to police.
We cover the lead story on affordable housing and ask what is its “Why?” as well as get into the touching story on the Kulman brothers and their fight against an extremely rare genetic disorder and how City residents defied governing advice to save Halloween.
Teague Matthew Guy was born in Washington, D.C. on Aug. 4, 1993, lived in Falls Church and died at the age of 27 on Oct. 19, 2020.
The Plein Air Art Festival, hosted by Falls Church Arts, concluded on Oct. 17 right outside of City Hall.
David and Alison Kulman of Falls Church will have to relocate their family of four close to the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia so their sons— eight-year-old Eli and six-year-old Jacob — can receive life-saving bone marrow transplant.