The Fairfax County School Board voted Thursday night to rename Robert E. Lee High School to John R. Lewis High School beginning with the coming school year.
Social distancing guidelines used to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus are especially hard for teens and pre-teens, whose friend groups at school help mature their public and personal identities.
Under the new plan, Insight purchases the City parking lot and includes it in its 3.16-acre project. The issue is not so much the price, which is currently under negotiation, but the impact on the two restaurants currently there, plus the State Theatre, all of which depend on the ability of customers to have access to that City lot.
Out of an abundance of caution in the midst of the current Covid-19 pandemic, F.C. Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Peter Noonan changed his mind this week and now wants everyone to stay home this fall when classes are due to resume Aug. 24.
Long-serving Falls Church City Council member Dan Sze is fighting esophageal cancer, F.C. Mayor David Snyder reported at the outset of tonight’s Falls Church City Council work session.
Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring Monday afternoon secured the defeat of a petition for a preliminary injunction submitted by anti-mask forces in the state seeking to undo Gov. Ralph Northam’s mitigation efforts to stem the spread of the Covid-19 virus.
U.S. Rep. Don Beyer, who represents the 8th District of Virginia that includes the City of Falls Church, issued the following statement Monday following a weekend of civil rights abuses by unidentified federal officers in Portland, Oregon, operating at the direction of Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Chad Wolf, and […]
According to a memo sent to all City of Falls Church employees yesterday, the Falls Church City Hall and other City facilities will fully reopen on Tuesday, July 21 with the caveat that all comply with cleaning and disinfecting guidelines and have viewed a 55-minute City-produced training video by Monday.
Falls Church City Manager Wyatt Shields told an online meeting of the F.C. City Council’s Budget and Finance Committee this morning that “several officers” of the F.C. Police Department have contracted the Covid-19 virus and are in quarantine for a two week period, creating an “acute” situation for the City.
A “carelessly discarded cigarette” set a couch on fire in a Bailey’s Crossroads apartment complex Tuesday afternoon, Fairfax County Fire and Rescue reported.