The annual free Independence Day fireworks celebration in the City of Falls Church will be held on Thursday, July 4 at George Mason High School, 7124 Leesburg Pike. Gates will open at 6 p.m. when food from local food truck vendors and music by The Excellent Drivers (sponsored in part […]
This coming Monday’s Falls Church City Council meeting is expected to veritably celebrate the next concrete step in the remarkably effective development and negotiating process over the last seven months between the City and the developer team of EYA, PN Hoffman and Regency.
A George Mason High School alumnus (2018) who just finished up his first year studying film at Ithaca College, Namgyel and his mother were 13 days into an unblemished two-week French vacation before tragedy struck.
Hundreds of new laws went into effect on July 1, 2019 across the Commonwealth of Virginia, on topics ranging from public safety to transportation, health care and the environment, to education and taxation.
The police report that the suspects stole purses from parked cars in cemeteries while victims attended burial services and visited grave sites.
The F.C. Council voted 7-0 to expand tax relief programs for elderly, disabled and low income citizens Monday, bringing the City’s program more closely in line though still not on a par with neighboring jurisdictions. The final vote on the changes will come at the July 8 Council meeting. Councilman […]
The Falls Church City Council voted 5-2 (with Mayor Tarter and Dan Sze dissenting) to modify its code to expand the list of animals that can be kept at pets in the City, in a compromise from earlier proposals adding turtles, tortoises, hedgehogs, hermit crabs and chinchillas to the list. […]
Those who were alive to experience the monumental shift in LGBTQ people’s representation after the Stonewall riots in 1969 joined younger members of that community who’ve helped further its ripple effect in a commemorative panel to reflect on 50 years of progress.
A ceremonial unveiling of the new pink granite cornerstone Monday marked the historic virtually-completed renovation and expansion of Falls Church’s Harry Wells Municipal Building, that is, City Hall.
City of Falls Church Mayor P. David Tarter testified Tuesday before the U.S. House of Representatives’ House Ways and Means Subcommittee on Select Revenue Measures about the impact of the cap on the deductibility of state and local taxes on federal returns.