Next month’s gradual return for most elementary-age students in and around the City of Falls Church will serve as their parents’ final, white-knuckled lap in guiding their kids’ education.
There was a silent but incredibly seismic upheaval that shivered through the City of Falls Church Tuesday night with the unanimous approval of the Broad and Washington Project by F.C. City Council.
Ireland’s Four Provinces owner in Falls Church, issued a statement Tuesday calling on the F.C. City Council to vote to move the approval process forward for the 3-acre Whole Foods-based Broad and Washington mixed use project.
A shooting in Bailey’s Crossroads early Sunday morning left two victims hospitalized with gunshot wounds, according to Fairfax County police.
Students began their re-introduction to in-person classes in F.C. City schools last week.
Edna Margaret Skelly died peacefully Sept. 5, 2020 in Falls Church, 100 years after her birth in Marietta, Ohio.
The Roosevelt Street condo community, which was purchased by Insight Property Group in 2018, sports a freshly renovated luxury complex that offers existing and future residents an expansive space in the heart of Falls Church with the most current amenities and a modern upgraded look.
State Delegate Kaye Kory announced this week that she will host an online town hall on the current plans to reform the Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology’s admissions policy aimed at “creating a more diverse student body than is currently the case.”
The Falls Church City Council has issued a proclamation declaring Monday, Oct. 12 as Indigenous Peoples’ Day in Falls Church, and encouraged the community to reflect upon the many contributions as well as the continuing struggles of indigenous peoples.
The third annual Indigenous Peoples’ Coat Drive benefiting the Oglala-Lakota Nation will be at F.C. City Hall starting Friday, Oct. 9.