Ghouls and ghosts have seemed a bit too real as the world struggles with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, but that hasn’t spooked Falls Church residents from pulling off their own modified ways of showing their Halloween spirit.
Falls Church City Public Schools Superintendent-Emeritus Dr. Warren Joseph Pace passed away peacefully in his home at the age of 92 last Sunday, Oct. 18.
At its work session Monday, the City Council joined with other City boards and commissions to review a National Housing Trust set of 11 recommendations for reviving an effective affordable housing policy, ending a decade of practical inaction in the City.
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam announced Wednesday that he has signed 16 new laws and proposed changes to five bills that will support the Commonwealth’s ongoing Covid-19 response and advance criminal justice reform.
The Virginia Municipal League presented four awards to the City of Falls Church this month, the City Council learned on Oct. 13.
The innovative cottage-style housing project on Railroad Avenue in Falls Church that has been recently completed and occupied has once again received regional recognition for their creativity and application to a unique housing market.
Over 50 students have now returned to schools in Falls Church City Public Schools.
Due to a database cable line severance earlier this week, the deadline for registering to vote in the Nov. 3 election has been extended in Virginia to Thursday, Oct. 15, at 11:59 p.m.
U.S. Congressman Gerry Connolly made a cameo (and even voted!) at one of the new early voting locations Fairfax County opened up on Wednesday.
Braving a global pandemic isn’t enough excitement for some, which explains why the powersports industry’s sales have spiked nationally throughout the past seven months.