The City of Falls Church’s Recreation and Parks Department has cancelled all activities after 4 p.m. today, Tuesday, Jan. 7, due to snow. Most F.C. government office and services will remain open, however, during regular hours with City Hall closing at 5 p.m., the Community Center at 10 p.m. and […]
P. David Tarter was elected to a record-tying fourth two-year term as mayor and Marybeth Connelly to a third term as vice mayor of the City of Falls Church.
Police are on the lookout for a dog that bit a woman near a City of Falls Church park Saturday afternoon.
Today, Virginia’s U.S. Senator Tim Kaine, a member of the Senate Foreign Relations and Armed Services Committees, introduced a war powers resolution to force a debate and vote in Congress to prevent further escalation of hostilities with Iran. Senator Dick Durbin is an original cosponsor of the legislation. “For years, […]
Check out some of the scenes from this year’s event as Falls Church ended the decade in style.
A new Democratic majority in the state legislature may open the door to Confederate monuments coming down.
Starting Jan. 27, Fairfax County Public Schools will permit students in seventh through 12th grades one excused absence each school year for loosely defined “civic engagement activities.”
The Fairfax County delegation to the General Assembly will hold a public hearing for the upcoming 2020 session Saturday, Jan. 4 at 9 a.m. in the boardroom of the Fairfax County Government Center.
A legislative session like none other in the history of the Commonwealth of Virginia will commence next week in Richmond. Already, Democrats submitted more than 260 bills for consideration in the upcoming session, with many more expected before the swearings in and gavels for the new session next Wednesday. With […]
The launch of the new decade commences for the City of Falls Church government on Monday, Jan. 6, when the City Council will convene to elect a new mayor and vice mayor in the Council chambers of the new City Hall.