City of Falls Church Mayor Robin Gardner, in an exclusive telephone interview with the News-Press this afternoon, confirmed the terms of the settlement reached between the City and the Fairfax Water Authority announced earlier today. She noted that, pending the settlement’s approval by the Fairfax Circuit Court, a major effect […]
The pedestrian who was struck and killed yesterday morning in a hit and run on Leesburg Pike at I-495 has been identified as 49 year-old Efrain Flores-Vasquez of no fixed address.
On the boundary dispute portion of the legal conflict between the City of Falls Church and the Fairfax County Water Authority, an out-of-court settlement was announced today that permits both Falls Church and Fairfas Water to provide water services in areas of Fairfax County the City’s water system has historically […]
The City of Falls Church and Fairfax Water Office issued a joint press release this afternoon reporting a settlement in their case in Fairfax County Circuit Court. The release is as follows: The City of Falls Church and Fairfax Water have successfully resolved the matters pending in Fairfax County Circuit […]
Hockenberry, Sze to File Despite CBC Rejections After failing to win the endorsement of the Citizens for a Better City (CBC) at its nominating convention Saturday, former Falls Church Vice Mayor and two-term Council member Lindy Hockenberry was actively adding signatures to her petition to run for the Council tonight […]
Faced with a record, recession-driven budget shortfall, the Falls Church School Board moved closer Tuesday to what school employees contend will be significant cuts in their take-home pay.
F.C. Black History Month Hoops Friday Falls Church’s Tinner Hill Foundation is celebrating Black History Month with its annual Falls Church All-Stars Vs. the New York Magic Masters (a delightful Globetrotters-style team) at the Community Center this Friday, Feb. 26, at 7 p.m.
With hard times straining Fairfax County Public Schools’ upcoming 2011 budget, th e residents of Mason District in the greater Falls Church area of Fairfax County, a significant portion of whom are recent immigrants with lower incomes, are hoping for a new school board member replacing Kaye Kory, now a […]
Another year, another awards show night, as hundreds of the D.C. Metro area’s top musicians flock to the fabled State Theatre in Falls Church this Sunday for the 24th annual Washington Area Music Association awards, the Wammies. However, this year the Wammies themselves are getting an award of sorts. For […]
The Little City will welcome big names from the Washington, D.C.-area music scene this Sunday night for the 24th annual “Wammies” award ceremony, being held for the sixth-consecutive year at the historic State Theatre in the City of Falls Church.