With the right approach and a willingness to be patient, the City of Falls Church’s new West End campus property could blossom into a town center more vibrant and active than Merrifield’s new and popular mixed-use Mosaic, with an education focus that would draw education-related businesses, support a major performing arts center, expand the role for the University of Virginia already there and other universities, and with it all being linked to a new state-of-the-art George Mason High School.
OUT ON A pleasant Sunday afternoon to attend a forum on the library referendum on the Nov. 8 ballot were these interested...
BEFORE AND AFTER. A rendering of what a new water tank (right) would look like in the City of Falls Church, viewed from...
Falls Church Mayor Tarter, Vice Mayor Connelly, Council members Phil Duncan, Letty Hardi, and Karen Oliver, joined the...
The Falls Church City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to make a major revision to its tax abatement policy for development or renovation of office spaces in the City.Read more ›
Kate Karstens, a senior at Falls Church’s George Mason High School and editor of its student newspaper The Lasso, backed by a strong contingent of fellow students and other members of the community, took a seat at the microphone during the petition period of Tuesday night’s Falls Church School Board work session and read a strong written statement urging a change to the board’s policy 9.46 that, she said, “condones and encourages censorship.”Read more ›
by Matthew Delaney Total ankle replacements have come to the forefront of medical procedures thanks to the Little City’s resident innovator Dr. Steven Neufeld and his practice, the Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Center. Prior to total ankle replacements, surgery options for deteriorating ankles were ankle fusions, where the bones were […]Read more ›
Erin Kelly, the new principal at Mt. Daniel School, spoke to the News-Press the day after the school finished its final back to school night of the year. Kelly, who served as the school’s assistant principal for two years before taking over from Kathy Halayko, said that it has been […]Read more ›
Over the past several weeks, Raul Claros has been experimenting with an all-new menu at La Caraqueña, focusing on what it does best: street food.Read more ›