The City of Falls Church filed Petition for Appeal with the Supreme Court of Virginia today seeking to overturn the decision by Fairfax Circuit Court Judge R. Terrence Ney that ruled Falls Church’s long-standing practice of taking an annual “return on investment” from its water fund “unconstitutional.”
The medical examiner has ruled that the death of a man found in the Tower Square Shopping Center parking lot in Falls Church Monday night was a suicide, City officials reported at 5:12 p.m. today.
Due to a water main rupture that occurred early this morning, the intersection of Route 123 (Chain Bridge Road) and International Drive in Tysons Corner will remain closed through this rush hour, according to Fairfax County officials. In addition, all lanes of Tysons Blvd. will close from Chain Bridge Road […]
In a strongly-worded letter to the News-Press today, Falls Church School Board Chair Ron Peppe stated plainly that “additional reductions (in the School Board’s budget) could severely hinder the school system’s ability to deliver quality instruction.” The letter was in response to a call by members of the F.C. City […]
Repair work on a water main break in the Tysons Corner area from early this morning is continuing, Falls Church officials reported this afternoon.
The Falls Church City Police Department is investigating the suspicious death of a man whose body was found Monday night in the parking lot of a shopping center near E.Fairfax St. and Hillwood Ave. in Falls Church.
Maxine Ruth Shreve Kancler, age 61, of Petersburg, WVa., passed away Sunday, April 4 at Grant Memorial Hospital, Petersburg. Born May 12, 1948 in Smoke Hole, WVa., she was the daughter of Vada Judy Shreve, Petersburg, and the late Harman Shreve. Maxine attended school in Pendleton County, WVa. and was […]
The driver of a small passenger vehicle that suffered major damage to its front end following a collision with another vehicle at the intersection of W. Broad and Maple Ave. in Falls Church was rushed to the hospital by paramedic units from the Falls Church Volunteer Fire Department at 4:20 […]
In an explosive development tonight, the Falls Church City Council erupted with a near unanimous call for F.C. City Manager Wyatt Shields and the School Board to come up with draconian scenarios for trimming up to an additional $4.5 million from their budgets.
Falls Church City Manager Wyatt Shields will present a 17-page memo outlining a menu of budget options for the F.C. City Council at its work session tonight at City Hall. There is no advance information about the array of options that will be based on the level of real estate […]