A half dozen citizens identifying themselves as residents of S. Spring Street in Falls Church spoke during the petition period at the Falls Church City Council meeting Monday night, expressing concern for storm water and other impacts on their neighborhood of the 4.3-acre Founders Row project, where ground clearing prior […]
Friday, March 8, Falls Church’s live music venue, the State Theatre, will be given over as a “safe space” for LGBTQ persons to assemble, something the principal organizer of the event hopes will become a regular happening in the Little City. David Tax of Clare and Don’s Beach Shack, next […]
By a unanimous 6-0 vote, the Falls Church City Council Monday gave preliminary approval of a “special exception entitlement” for the Falls Church Gateway Partners, the group that has been given interim approval to develop a dense, creative economic powerhouse on the site where George Mason High School currently sits.
The final submission of extravagant design documents for the construction of a new George Mason High School is scheduled to be provided Friday, the next big benchmark development for the $120 million project scheduled to begin as soon as classes in mid-June.
A 72-year-old Falls Church man was struck and killed while crossing an on-ramp for I-495 on Route 7 Tuesday morning. The driver did not stop and fled the scene, police report.
Vandalism over the weekend at Falls Church’s Mount Daniel Elementary School included a swastika slashed into one of the playground’s shade canopies.
Police describe the suspect as a light-skinned black man, approximately 5’ 10”, slim build, wearing reflective sunglasses, a fake long beard and a gray hooded sweatshirt.
The Second Quarter Financial Report of the City of Falls Church’s General Fund, presented to the F.C. City Council Tuesday night by Chief Financial Officer Kiran Bawa, was unexceptional, except for big jumps in revenues from sales and meals taxes in the quarter. Sales tax yields for the October-December 2018 […]
The closing on the long-anticipated City of Falls Church acquisition of the 1.93 acre Fellows Tract at 604 S. Oak Street is expected with a vote of the City Council this coming Monday. It was explained at Tuesday’s Council work session that, even though the City filed a petition for […]
Spokesmen for the team of EYA, PN Hoffman and Regency, the team chosen by the Falls Church City Council to design and implement the dense economic development of 10.3 acres of land at the West End of the City where George Mason High School currently sits, told the F.C. City […]