Virginia Department of Motor Vehicle services return to the City of Falls Church this month through both the DMV 2 Go bus and the DMV Connect service.
Falls Church City Manager Wyatt Shields announced Tuesday that Steven Mason has been hired as the City’s Human Resources Director. He will start his tenure on Sept. 16.
Although one component skewing the data to show increased pill distribution in the City is how the DEA “doesn’t distinguish between Virginia’s independent cities and counties in the data, so any independent city in the data is going to appear toward the higher end of the data,” a member from the Post’s team that conducted the study told the News-Press.
Falls Church’s Cherry Hill Park picnic pavilion was the scene of two Labor Day political events Monday.
For a decade we’ve asked you, the News-Press readers, for your Falls Church favorites and for a decade you’ve answered. Here are your 2010 Best of Falls Church!
The Falls Church Community Center will remain closed through Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 2, it has been announced. The Mary Riley Styles Public Library will be closed Sunday, Sept. 1, and Labor Day and the City of Falls Church government offices will be closed on Labor Day. The City Council […]
In a year of immense change for the City of Falls Church, Mayor David Tarter and the City Council have been the commanding force through it all.
In a first-time approach, the Falls Church City Public Schools undertook a proactive approach to sign up students for the coming school year.
Bob Agnew made his final approach for landing on August 19, 2019. He died, with his family surrounding him, in a manner not unlike the way he did most everything during his life, with quiet grace and dignity. A native of Memphis, Tennessee, Bob was born February 26, 1951, to […]
“We had a bunch of large, dead trees that we could either take out of the ground, and they would just disappear, or we could do something with them,” Daniel J. Schlitt, Falls Church’s director of recreation and parks, said.