Erin Gill, current chair of the Falls Church School Board, announced to the News-Press this week that she will not seek a second four-year term in this November’s election. On the other hand, Laura Taddeucci Downs has completed her filing with the City’s registrar to be on the ballot. With […]
Donovan has a knack for voicing the unspoken sentiment of the moment in a way few others can. It gives him a down-to-earth vibe with an effortless prescience that leaves an impression on those he comes across.
For those skipping this year’s Memorial Day festival in Falls Church and headed out of town, Transurban, operators of the express lanes on I-95 and 495, has released holiday weekend travel tips. According to Transurban, traffic will likely be heaviest on Thursday and Friday and if you’re headed south, the […]
Monday’s work session of the Falls Church City Council became a little testy when Councilman Dan Sze challenged an otherwise innocuous proposed update to the City’s Comprehensive Plan.
Don Beyer became the first member of the Virginia congressional delegation to make this call, as the total number of Democrats advocating that approach came into double digits in the last days.
U.S. Rep. Donald S. Beyer Jr., who represents the 8th District of Virginia that includes the City of Falls Church, called on the U.S. Congress to open an impeachment inquiry into the conduct of President Trump on Tuesday. Rep. Don Beyer issued the following statement: “The time has come for […]
U.S. Rep. Don Beyer, who represents the 8th District of Virginia that includes the City of Falls Church, today issued the following statement after the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Equality Act, a bill enshrining nationwide civil rights protections for LGBTQ Americans: “This historic vote is the first time […]
Home sales last month in the Northern Virginia Association of Realtors footprint reached a 14-year high for April, according to an NVAR statement issued this week. The NVAR region covers Alexandria City, Arlington County, Fairfax County, Fairfax City and the City of Falls Church. Buyers closed on 2,157 homes in […]
Beyond the typical emotional support that Ebert gives to other cancer-stricken musicians, he also offers them something special as part of his non-profit foundation Cancer Can Rock — a free chance to record a song.
Three seats on the Falls Church City Council and School Board will be contested in November, and the deadline for candidates to file to be on the ballot is June 11. Filing requires 125 signatures of City registered voters, and with less than a month to go before then, so […]