Frances Sours Turner, age 77, of Falls Church, passed away peacefully in her sleep on Thursday, Nov. 19.
The Studio Movie Grill that promised to bring multiple movie theater screens to the project has declared bankruptcy and won’t be filling its much-anticipated role in the center of the Falls Church commercial district.
The Falls Church Homeless Shelter is one of many smaller area shelters that will keep its doors closed this winter, causing local authorities to adjust where and how they will house the homeless population as its peak season coincides with rising Covid-19 rates throughout the nation.
Falls Church City Council member David Snyder, who has served on the Council since 1994, announced last week that he participated in a trial of the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine.
The City of Falls Church’s Use of Force Review (UFR) Committee has launched a survey to learn more about public perception of and experiences with the City’s Police Department and Sheriff’s office.
Virginia U.S. Sen. Mark Warner weighs in on President-elect Joe Biden’s nomination of Avril Haines as the Director of National Intelligence.
The City of Falls Church Volunteer Fire Department announced that the popular Santamobile will once again make its way through the City and neighboring communities this year.
Fall Church City’s Vice Mayor Marybeth Connelly and councilmember Letty Hardi made separate statements about their support of changing the names of George Mason High and Thomas Jefferson Elementary.
The family of long-time Falls Church resident Tom Prewitt, who died suddenly earlier this month, has announced that an online event remembering his life and celebrating his memory will be held Sunday, Nov. 29, at 1 p.m.
Business casualties from the coronavirus pandemic hit home in the City of Falls Church, with major retailers in hybrid theater-restaurant Studio Movie Grill and City Works restaurant both backing out of their commitment to the Founders Row Development due to financial troubles.