Details were provided Saturday concerning a celebration of the life of the Hon. James M. (Jim) Scott, a 22-year veteran of the Virginia House of Delegates, who after retiring from the state legislature in 2014, died last weekend at age 78. The celebration will be held on Saturday, May 6, at […]
U.S. REP. DON BEYER included among the Falls Church entities he visited today the food bank at the Columbia Baptist...
AT MONDAY NIGHT’S Falls Church City Council meeting, Assistant City Manager Cindy Mester and School Chief Financial...
DEL. JIM SCOTT (far right) is shown in this photo from the late 1990s taken at the Eden Center in Falls Church that...
Sergio Velasquez Cardozo, 35, formerly of Falls Church, has been found guilty by a jury in Washington, D.C. of charges stemming from an incident in which he sneaked up on a college student and grabbed and groped her, announced U.S. Attorney Channing D. Phillips. A jury found Velasquez Cardozo guilty […]Read more ›
Falls Church City Councilman David Snyder yesterday made the motion for a set of the National Capitol Region’s Transportation Planning Board actions that were adopted and included $249,000 for the Falls Church W&OD Trail Intersection project. The motion passed unanimously.Read more ›
At the Richmond Legislative Report luncheon hosted by the Falls Church Chamber of Commerce and Merrifield Business Association Tuesday, State Sen. Dick Saslaw and State Del. Marcus Simon stressed how pivotal the role of Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe was in this year’s session, vetoing 40 bills passed by the Republican-controlled […]Read more ›
Few people can claim the varied skills and experiences of Falls Church resident Bill Abel.Read more ›
Bertha Sullivan, “Bea” as she preferred to be known and a longtime resident of Falls Church City since 1968, passed away March 28, 2017 due to congestive heart failure and pneumonia at Fairfax Hospital. Wife of the late John Edward Sullivan, both had been active members of the local V.F.W. […]Read more ›
Tuesday night, the Falls Church School Board moved to allocate $56,580 to retain the architectural consulting firm of Perkins Eastman to do a swift feasibility study of what a new George Mason High School may need and look like if voters were to approve a referendum in November to undertake the […]Read more ›