Fairfax County police officers from around the county will conduct a sobriety checkpoint to deter and apprehend intoxicated drivers in the McLean police district on Saturday, April 17 from 11:30 p.m. until 2:30 a.m. Sunday. All motorists will be stopped and drivers will be checked to assure that their abilities […]
Falls Church City resident and president of the City-based Digital Design and Imaging Service, Curt Westergard used his aerial photographic techniques to snap this shot showing the full size of the Tea Party Express’ grand rally/protest on tax deadline day in Washington, D.C. yesterday. The photo was taken with his […]
Washington D.C. is the first and Northern Virginia the second “most promising” real estate markets in the U.S. now, according to the 31st annual ‘Emerging Trends in Real Estate’ report, published this week by The Urban Land Institute (ULI) and PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP.
Responding to expressions of deep frustration by a number of Falls Church City Council members tonight over the prospects of the biggest ever one-year jump in the City of Falls Church’s real estate tax rate and the biggest cuts to core services ever in the City’s 60-year history, F.C. City […]
Just a week after the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors called for the completion of a study of the City of Falls Church Water System’s rate structure by its own Consumer Protection Commission, Falls Church City Manager Wyatt Shields told the F.C. City Council at a work session tonight that […]
With the deadline for filing passed today, U.S. Rep. Jim Moran was certified as the only candidate to file for the Democratic nomination for election to the 8th District of Virginia, it was announced tonight. As a result, the Democratic Party’s 8th District chair Margo E. Horner declared that there […]
Decisions Still Loom on Tax Rate & More Deep Cuts in Vital City Services Now less than two weeks from the deadline for final adoption of its Fiscal Year 2011 budget, the Falls Church City Council has narrowed its options over the course of three meetings in the last seven […]
By a 10-1 secret ballot vote with three abstentions, the Board of Directors of the Falls Church Chamber of Commerce approved a formal resolution Tuesday “Affirming the Link Between Non-Discrimination Public Policy and Economic Development” at its monthly meeting.
Gross: Fairfax Consumer Group Reviews F.C. Water Rates Mason District Supervisor Penny Gross confirmed to the News-Press yesterday that her seconding and vote at the Fairfax County Board meeting last week will prod the county’s Consumer Protection Commission (CPC) to release its report on the water rates charged to county […]
Incident Comes 4 Days After 2-Year-Old Reston Boy Killed in Fall A two-year-old girl fell from a third story apartment window in Falls Church Tuesday, the second case of a toddler falling from a window in the area in the past four days, Fairfax County Police reported in a press […]