Senate Democratic Leader Dick Saslaw, who represents Falls Church, joined with Senate Democratic Caucus Chair Mamie Locke and Senator Jennifer McClellan to announce the long-awaited passage of the Equal Rights Amendment in the State Senate.
Peter Noonan, superintendent of the Falls Church City Public Schools, presented a $54.6 million Fiscal Year 2021 recommended budget falling within the 3.1 percent growth guidelines set by the F.C. City Council last month.
U.S. Congressional House Speaker Nancy Pelosi today recommended Falls Church’s Rep. Don Beyer (D-VA) to serve as the Vice Chair of the Joint Economic Committee. If confirmed to the position, Beyer would succeed Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney, following her election as Chair of the House Committee on Oversight and Reform. Beyer issued the following […]
The 5,000 square-foot restaurant space in the 400 block of West Broad in Falls Church that was vacated by the closing of the Mad Fox Brewing Company last July will soon be filled with a new brew operation known as Solace Outpost.
The Falls Church City Council has approved a recommendation from the Arts and Humanities Grant committee to allocate $45,000 in funding for arts and cultural grants for Fiscal Year 2019-2020.
The new look for the Bailey’s Crossroads Shelter and Supportive Housing brings promise for the county’s mission to end homelessness, which also means heightened expectations on the shelter’s staff to deliver in that goal.
Voting on one of three versions being debated of a War Powers resolution to assert the Constitutional requirement of the U.S. Congress, not the president, to initiate war with a foreign power was expected to happen today in the U.S. House, according to U.S. Rep. Donald S. Beyer, Jr.
A momentous Virginia General Assembly was called to order in Richmond Wednesday for a two-month legislative session and history was made in the first minutes as the House of Delegates elected the first-ever woman, and first-ever Jewish person, at its Speaker of the House in the 401-year history of the body.
The new Commonwealth Attorney for the Arlington and City of Falls Church circuit court has signaled her intention to discontinue the prosecution of persons charged with possession of small amounts of marijuana for personal use.
The City of Falls Church cancelled its trash and recycling collection Wednesday due to the snow and icy conditions. In addition, City schools will open two hours late.