U.S. Rep. Don Beyer, who represents the 8th District of Virginia that includes Falls Church, today as the founder and co-chair of the bipartisan House Suicide Prevention Task Force, praised the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) unanimous vote to approve a proposal designating 9-8-8 as the National Suicide Prevention and Mental Health Hotline. […]
Police have reclassified the incident of a man approaching a juvenile at a City of Falls Church grocery store and telling him to leave with him as a suspicious incident instead off an attempted abduction.
The East Falls Church station, as well as the Dunn Loring and Vienna stations, will be closed for renovations starting Memorial Day Weekend 2020 and extending until Labor Day weekend.
The annual tradition returns as the Falls Church Volunteer Fire Department decorates the reserve engine and escorts Santa Claus through the streets of the greater Falls Church area
A pre-Labor Day start to the school year was the most-supported option of those laid out in a 2020-2021 Calendar Survey by the Falls Church School Board.
Images displaying the kind of architecture currently being considered for the City of Falls Church’s 9.7-acre West End Gateway Project were met with less-than-overwhelming enthusiasm by City officials at Monday night’s F.C. Council meeting.
The congregation of the City of Falls Church’s iconic, living historical monument, the Falls Church Episcopal Church, will celebrate the church’s 250th anniversary at a series of special events at the church site in the center of the City this Sunday.
The City of Falls Church’s City Council, by a unanimous 6-0 vote, approved a measure Monday night that outlaws discrimination based on “sexual orientation, gender identity or transgender status.”
The Monday meeting piggybacked off the inaugural meeting in October where the community got to see what its consensus was on its concerns, followed by recommended solutions and the timeline of events moving forward.
A multi-instrumentalist string musician, Rice has become a fixture at the Falls Church farmer’s market for busking and is inviting some of his students to do the same.