George Mason High School received two Cappies nominations for its fall production of “Chicago.” Nominated as Best Male Vocalist is Miles Jackson in the role of Billy, and nominated as Best Sound Crew is the team of Callie Russell and Ana Karin Iturralde. The 20th Annual Cappie Awards ceremony will […]
Virginia Governor Ralph Northam has issued a proclamation declaring May as Second Chance Month in Virginia. During the month, the governor and members of his administration will facilitate conversations and participate in events focused on criminal justice reform and reentry programming. The Northam administration has stated that it is committed […]
An aerial view of the construction of Falls Church’s emerging Founders Row development
Officially debuting Wednesday, a public ribbon cutting featuring an array of City A-Listers to inaugurate Falls Church’s new Capital Bikeshare system will be held this Monday.
The Falls Church City Council at its work session went on record Monday night to commend the Falls Church School System’s “quick action” taken to address an incident of an anti-Semitic message found in a school bathroom. In a statement introduced by Mayor David Tarter, the Council noted, “Last Thursday […]
Officials with the county’s Economic Development Corp. are planning a trip to Seattle to persuade companies working in the shadow of Amazon to open offices in Prince George’s, said David Iannucci, president and CEO of the EDC under new County Executive Angela Alsobrooks.
Police say the scam artists will claim to be contractors and approach the homeowner about tree and house projects.
According to the latest statistics from the Virginia Department of Health, the number of fatal drug overdoses declined modestly from 1,536 in 2017 to 1,484 in 2018, while the number of fatal opioid overdoses declined from 1,230 in 2017 to 1,213 in 2018.
The coming two weeks in the rapid unfolding of the dual-track Falls Church West End development project are crucial in getting the program off the ground, and the Falls Church City Council and School Board begin this latest phase in the process with work sessions Monday and Tuesday finally reviewing documents that are slated for final approval on the big days of May 13 and 14.
The ULI awards were presented, according to a ULI statement, to highlight “innovative projects, policies and initiatives that contribute to the enhancement of vibrant neighborhoods, exemplify creative problem solving and celebrate visionary thinking.”