The Falls Church Animal Hospital reported to the News-Press today that it recently had to euthanize an 11-week-old kitten from Vienna because it was exposed to rabies. Becky Keenan, Falls Church City’s animal warden, told the hospital that there have been five positive and three probable rabies infected raccoons in […]
ROOTS MUSICIAN ANDREW ACOSTA (center) performed at Famous Dave’s on Tuesday, Sept. 13 and will be be part of the concerts...
The National Association of Minority and Women Owned Law Firms (NAMWOLF) announced yesterday that LGBT owned firms certified...
The 2017 draft Northern Virginia Hazard Mitigation Plan is now available for public review and comment on Fairfax government...
On the heels of the first day of school’s enrollment numbers tallied last week showing an addition of 157 net new students, or a robust 6.6 percent growth, principals of the five Falls Church City Public Schools campuses came together at a work session of the Falls Church School Board Tuesday night to give reports on early enrollment numbers, as well as some SOL and other test comparisons and objectives for the coming year above and beyond excellent classroom education.Read more ›
An unprecedented panel discussion before the monthly luncheon of the Falls Church Chamber of Commerce this Tuesday drew four Muslim business owners in the area to share their dreams, their striving and challenges to making it. They acknowledged that today’s political climate has made life more difficult for them over the past year.Read more ›
The principals of the five Falls Church City Public Schools campuses came together at a work session of the Falls Church School Board Tuesday night to give reports on early enrollment numbers, as well as some SOL and other test comparisons and objectives for the coming year above and beyond excellent classroom education.Read more ›
In a result that surprised many on the Falls Church City Council, the 472 City of Falls Church respondents to a Falls Church Planning Department survey this summer overwhelmingly felt that the large scale mixed use projects at 444 W. Broad (the Mad Fox/Spectrum building) and 301 W. Broad (the newly completed Harris Teeter building and residences) contribute positively to the community character of the City.Read more ›
U.S. Representatives Don Beyer and Gerry Connolly are demanding the release of Falls Church native Aya Hijazi, who the representatives say has been falsely imprisoned without trial in Egypt for over two years.Read more ›
Fairfax County Animal Protection Police removed 82 living cats and five dead cats from a 52-year-old man’s house in the 7200 block of Westmoreland Road in Falls Church on Saturday, Sept. 17 after receiving a tip from an investigator with the Director of Code Compliance. Officers discovered the dozens of the […]Read more ›