I-66 Eastbound Expansion Work Begins With New W&OD Bridge

July 3, 2018 5:22 PM0 comments

For residents of the City of Falls Church and immediate environs, the benefits of the new tolls on I-66 have included the restoration of the 3T Metro bus line and now comes the project to widen a four-mile stretch of I-66 Eastbound.

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Beyer Automotive Launches 1st Move In West End Property Redevelopment

July 4, 2018 9:17 AM0 comments

Beyer Automotive won a unanimous approval for two variances and a special use permit that would allow them to demolish old buildings at 1119 and 1121 W. Broad St., now housing sign painting and auto detailing services, and replace them with a new building that would double as a four-strong auto showroom and administrative offices.

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Beyer Joins Congressional Colleagues to Scrutinize Child Immigration Proceedings in Arlington

June 29, 2018 12:01 PM0 comments

Yesterday, U.S. Rep. Don Beyer was joined by eight Congressional colleagues at the Crystal City Immigration Court in Arlington to witness first hand the immigration proceedings involving children, many separated from their parents and lacking legal counsel. Present with Beyer were Congressional Hispanic Caucus chair Michelle Lujan Grisham (D-NM), Democratic […]

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Monkeyboy Brings Kalechup, Mayonot & More to F.C. With Pop-Up Food Incubator

June 28, 2018 12:46 PM0 comments

Monkeyboy Consumables is the City’s first-ever pop-up food incubator as well as the home of Kalechup, Mayonot, Veggie Pop and a host of other locally made, vegetable-based sauces and food products.

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F.C. July 4 Fireworks Show Set

June 27, 2018 7:40 PM0 comments

A free Independence Day celebration in the City of Falls Church is set again this year for Wednesday, July 4 at George Mason High School. Gates for the free, family-friendly event will open to the public at 6 p.m. and local food truck vendors and music by Turtle Recall will […]

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F.C. Council OKs $182,000 for Books at Library

7:37 PM0 comments

The Falls Church City Council voted unanimously Monday to authorize spending $182,000 on books, audiobooks, compact discs and DVDs from Baker and Taylor, including new materials and replacement of out-of-date or damaged items for the adult, young adult and children’s collections in a variety of formats over the next year. […]

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2 Appointed to Library Board of Trustees

June 29, 2018 10:33 AM0 comments

Stephanie Oppenheimer was reappointed and Chrystie Swiney appointed for the first time to the Mary Riley Styles Public Library Board of Trustees in votes by the Falls Church City Council Monday night. Both were vote to four-year terms through June 2022.

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Major Planning & Decisions Loom for F.C. West End Project This Summer

June 27, 2018 6:48 PM0 comments

It may be the lazy days of summer for many of us, but not for the Falls Church City Council and School Board and those who are bidding to build a new high school or economically develop 10.3 acres on the City of Falls Church West End.

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Virginia’s Legislators Remain Focused on Immigration Fight

6:44 PM0 comments

The highest of elected officials in the state have been in sync, loud and visible in their vehement and sustained opposition to the Trump administration’s immigration policy of family separations.

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Beyer: Supreme Court Ruling ‘One of Worst Mistakes in Its History’

June 26, 2018 12:06 PM0 comments

Virginia Rep. Don Beyer today issued the following statement on the Supreme Court’s 5-4 decision in Trump v. Hawaii: “I believe that the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold Donald Trump’s Muslim ban will go down as one of the worst mistakes in the Court’s history. Chief Justice Roberts and the Justices who […]

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