The Democratic Committees of both Arlington and Fairfax counties elected new chairs this week, with Mike Lieberman being selected as the youngest chair ever for the Arlington committee, and Rex Simmons chosen as the chair in Fairfax. At the Fairfax Committee’s monthly meeting on Tuesday, a food and coat drive […]
Senior Julia Douglas won first place in the 2nd Annual “Poetry Out Loud” competition at George Mason High School today, and will now advance to the state championships in Richmond.
The Falls Church City Police Department is searching for the suspect(s) responsible for the vandalism of at least 10 vehicles throughout the City. All of the vehicles had their tires slashed.
Falls Church City Schools will open two hours late today with day car services starting at 7 a.m. due to weather it was announced early this morning.
F.C. Councilman Baroukh Introduces Call for Council to Endorse Citizen-Initiated Referendum On Date of Elections in Falls Church
The agenda for Monday’s Falls Church City Council meeting, posted by City Hall today, includes a draft resolution introduced by Councilman Nader Baroukh that, if approved by the Council, would endorse a citizen petition drive to place a referendum on the November 2010 ballot concerning whether or not to shift […]
In the hours following the ruling by the Fairfax Circuit Court enjoining the City of Falls Church from drawing a “return on investment” from its water fund, Falls Church Mayor Robin Gardner, in an exclusive interview with the News-Press today said that the F.C. City Council is taking the matter […]
UPDATE: Police release composite sketch of suspect. An employee of the United Bank, located at 1320 Old Chain Bridge Road, was robbed on Wednesday, January 6 Fairfax County Police say.
Already-Hurting F.C. Budget to be Savaged The Falls Church City Hall was hit with a massive jolt at 4 p.m. today, as a ruling by a Fairfax Circuit Court judge rolled off the fax machine in the City Manager’s office enjoining the City against using $2.2 million in revenues from […]
Yoga instructors across Northern Virginia are stretching into some new position, suddenly needing to advocate against new regulations from Richmond that, they say, threaten to downsize their businesses and cut off thousands of dollars of revenue. Cindy Wargo of Sacred Well Yoga in Falls Church. (Photo: News-Press)
Speaking to a sold-out Fairfax County Democratic Committee “Road to Richmond” brunch in Springfield Sunday, Fairfax County Board Chair Sharon Bulova urged the numerous state senators and delegates present to avoid making deep cuts in the state budget by passing on expenses to county and city jurisdictions.