Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam at a press conference in Richmond Tuesday afternoon said that if steps need to be taken to roll back some of the openings in the commonwealth, it will be done on a regional, not statewide, basis.
Falls Church City Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Peter Noonan has announced that the scheduled Aug. 24 opening of all the City’s public schools will include a revised plan to accommodate all students in the two elementary schools, Thomas Jefferson and Mt. Daniel.
As part of the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority’s (NVTA) FY2020-2025 6-Year Program, the City of Falls Church was awarded $15.2 million in regional revenues on the following projects aimed at reducing congestion and benefiting the region at large.
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A home invasion that preceded an armed robbery took place in Seven Corners in late June, Fairfax County police reported.
Tom Perez, the chair of the Democratic National Committee, and DNC Women’s Caucus Chair Lottie Shackelford released the following statement after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that employers can deny birth control coverage on July 8.
Virginia’s Commonwealth Institute issued a statement this week in advance of what is tentatively being scheduled as a special session of the Virginia legislature in early August.
The suggestion was met with favor by the EDA and Chair Bob Young offered to draft a letter to City Hall to get the OK for that.
“We are excited to offer this to the community with the support of the Library Board of Trustees and City Council,” said Library Director Jenny Carroll.
Toy Nest and Harbor Freight Tools are two new Falls Church businesses weathering the Covid-19 tempest with the same gusto after they held their grand openings last month, but both had to traverse different paths due to how they’re judged as essential and non-essential businesses.