The family of John Marshall Finch wishes to share the sad news of his passing, nearby Falls Church, on June 20.
The Falls Church City Council voted Monday on a resolution proposing the name, “Mr. Brown’s Park,” for the newly-renovated pocket park in the 100 block of W. Broad St. A staff report indicated that 130 recommendations for a name were submitted by citizens and the overwhelming number favored a name […]
William Patrick “Mac” McCauley, 71, of Front Royal, on June 9 struck his last chord here on earth, and is now playing with the Angel Band.
Accompanying the Falls Church City Council’s latest unanimous vote to advance the West End Development Project Monday night was decision by the economic development team to give its 9.45 acres of dense mixed-use development a name: “Little City Commons.”
Our dad, brother, husband, uncle, cousin, dearest friend and great salesman, David “Dave” Lewis Butts, Sr., left the building without warning and much too early —but he never was one to make a fuss about long goodbyes.
“The ranking reflects Democrats’ commitment and effort to invest in the economic engine of this Commonwealth: the workforce,” said House Democratic Leader Eileen Filler-Corn.
Mad Fox Brewing Company, which will celebrate its ninth anniversary on Saturday, announced this week that it will shutter before the end of the month. In a Facebook post Tuesday, Mad Fox founder, CEO and executive brewer Bill Madden said the Falls Church brew pub’s last day of business will be Sunday, July 21.
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam today issued the following statement after the House of Delegates and the Senate of Virginia adjourned until Nov. 18 without taking any votes on proposed gun safety legislation. “I called legislators back to Richmond for this special session so we could take immediate action to address […]
Documents prepared for this week’s Falls Church City Council meeting include a resolution proposing that the Council OK the name, “Mr. Brown’s Park,” for the newly-renovated pocked park in the 100 block of W. Broad St. The staff report indicated that 130 recommendations for a name were submitted by citizens […]
Falls Church City Manager Wyatt Shields cautioned the Falls Church City Council Monday that following this week’s City-sponsored fireworks show, future shows may be in doubt due to strict laws prohibiting the launching of fireworks within specific distances from public buildings. The new George Mason High School now under construction […]