The City of Falls Church has submitted an application to Google’s Fiber for Communities program, aimed at bringing higher-speed broadband service to one or more selected U.S. communities, City officials announced in a press release this morning.
For Tina Thronson, the director of the Falls Church-based Providence Players’ latest production opening April 2, Laramie, Wyoming is not only the setting of the troupe’s latest production: it was once her home, and the characters, her neighbors.
66-Unit ‘Wilden’ Wins Approval by 6-1 Margin Bracketed by nationally historic developments on health care reform Sunday (when Congress passed it) and Tuesday (when the president signed it into law) this week, The Little City of Falls Church enacted its own historic legislation Monday night.
By a unanimous 7-0 vote Monday night, the Falls Church City Council passed a resolution strongly rebuking Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli’s recent ruling calling for state colleges and universities to remove lesbians and gays as a class from protections against discrimination.
Moran on Health Care Reform: ‘Our Better Angels Prevailed’ In Falls Church Monday night to engage the F.C. City Council, including with a report of federal money to the City’s infrastructure, U.S. Rep. Jim Moran told the News–Press in an interview on the steps of City Hall that “Our better […]
Immigrants, Children Would Suffer Most by Reduction in Operations Expected to suffer the most if Fairfax County approves a $3.4 million budget cut proposed for its public libraries are children, non-English speaking immigrants, seniors and the disabled, says Fairfax County Library Information Specialist Charles Keener.
A Fairfax County Deputy Sheriff has been arrested for allegedly engaging in inappropriate contact with a female prisoner, Fairfax County Police reported today.
Falls Church’s Farmers Market Chef program and Creative Cauldron are teaming up to promote keeping food and diets local, kicking off with a showing of “Fresh – the Movie” in late April.
The Arlington County Police Department’s Special Victim’s Unit is investigating 11 incidents of indecent exposure that have occurred periodically since mid-January 2010, on the Washington and Old Dominion bike trail. A white male subject has been exposing himself to woman at various sections along the bike trail. Detectives are looking […]
By a unanimous 7-0 vote tonight, the Falls Church City Council passed a resolution strongly rebuking Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli’s recent ruling calling for state colleges and universities to remove lesbians and gays as a class from protections against discrimination. The Falls Church Council’s “Resolution in Support of Diversity” […]