As part of a wider ceremony for the Falls Church Police Department at the Council chambers of City Hall Thursday morning, the department swore in its first police dog to join the force in a half-dozen years. “Fitz,” a young German shepherd, was attentive as he allowed his handler to provide the […]
George Mason High School basketball programs are sponsoring a used athletic shoe drive during the next three home games:...
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Madison, Jennifer and Matt Keelen of Falls Church review official invitations to the Donald Trump Presidential Inauguration...
The decade-long conflict between the City of Falls Church and Fairfax County’s water system was not resolved with the sale by the City of its water system to its giant neighbor three years ago this month.Read more ›
Tucked away in a nondescript brick building off Lee Highway in Falls Church, Vanilla Aircraft may be easy to miss. But while their office may be unremarkable, the five-man team on the inside is breaking flight records and reimagining the limits of unmanned aircraft. Last month on December 2, Vanilla […]Read more ›
U.S. Rep. Gerry Connolly, who represents the 11th District of Virginia that includes much of Greater Falls Church, announced today that he will join the ranks of over 50 of his congressional colleagues including Falls Church’s U.S. Rep. Donald Beyer, who’ve stated they will not attend the inauguration of Donald Trump on Friday.Read more ›
The last time representatives of Fairfax Water came before the Falls Church City Council in October 2016 with plans to replace their water tower behind Eden Center with one twice as big, the City Council did not greet the idea with favor.Read more ›
A 21-year-old man was assaulted and shot in the Falls Church area of Fairfax Monday night, police said. Fairfax Co. Police say officers responded at 9:50 p.m. to a report of a fight and sounds of gunshots on the 6000 block of Vista Drive. When officers arrived, they found the […]Read more ›
U.S. Rep. Donald S. Beyer Jr. opened his town hall event in Alexandria Monday night by announcing that he will join the growing list of Congressional Democrats who will not participate in the inauguration ceremonies for incoming U.S President Donald Trump this Friday.Read more ›