School Cancelled Tuesday & Wednesday; To Reopen After Winter Break Falls Church City Public Schools will be closed through the rest of the week City officials announced today, cancelling classes on Tuesday and Wednesday. Schools will reopen Monday, January 4, 2010 after winter break. In addition, all school sponsored activities […]
The City of Falls Church got hit heavy by Old Man Winter with reports of close to 20 inches of snow fall last weekend, on record as the biggest storm to hit the area in December. Here are some shots from around the town of F.C.’s blizzard of 2009. (Photos: […]
For perhaps the first time in the 50-plus year history of the City of Falls Church, an official meeting of the Falls Church City Council was convened by telephone conference call this afternoon at 5:45 p.m. EST.
Phone Meeting Will Make It Possible for City to Receive Aid $ from State The Falls Church City Council will hold a special meeting by phone at 5:45 p.m. today and it is expected to ratify a resolution declaring a local emergency due to snow.
The City of Falls Church is discontinuing leaf mulch delivery due to budget constraints. Beginning early February, the City will provide free double-ground leaf mulch which will be available for pickup at the Recycling Center at 217 Gordon Road.
Farmers Market Open, Community Center & Library Closed; All School Events Cancelled The Falls Church Farmers Market will be open tomorrow, Saturday, Dec. 19, although the number of vendors will be limited. The Community Center and Mary Riley Styles Public Library are both closed Saturday and Sunday due to inclement weather. […]
Due to the forecast for a major winter storm beginning tonight, the City of Falls Church has declared a snow emergency today, Friday, Dec. 18, 2009.
The Office of Congressional Ethics closed its investigation into Virginia Rep. Jim Moran’s relationship to the lobbying firm PMA group, Roll Call newspaper reported today, advising against any further investigation by the House. Investigations on the same grounds of Rep. John Murtha of Pennsylvania and Rep. Norm Dicks of Washington […]
Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine today presented the State Legislature with $4 billion in proposed cuts to the state budget based on the state’s second consecutive year of significant declines in revenue.
Fairfax County Police announced today that sobriety check points will be set up in the Mason District tonight from 11 p.m. to 1 p.m. Friday morning, where all motorists will be checked in an effort to deter driving under the influence. The results of the effort will be reported next […]