At its work session tonight, the Falls Church City Council took under consideration making a ‘top priority’ in its wish list for the Virgina General Assembly in January legislation outlawing discrimination in employment based on sexual orientation. Final decisions on the matter are due in early December.At its work session […]
At the Falls Church City Council work session tonight, City Manager Wyatt Shields recommended the sale of the City-owned Pendleton House and some unutilized ‘paper streets’ to raise revenue to help recharge the fund balances. He recommended deferring the sale of the Miller House on N. Broad in favor of a […]
The City of Falls Church released on its web site this afternoon the PowerPoint version of the Tischler Bise study on the fiscal impact of an array of development activities, underscoring its conclusion that “non-residential development is a cash cow,” and putting to rest the claims by some that the […]
HAMPTON – Virginia Governor Timothy M. Kaine today honored state agencies for their exemplary work to increase procurement opportunities for Small, Women and Minority businesses in the Commonwealth.
A woman was charged in connection with credit card theft and fraud on Tuesday, October 27. On Saturday, September 5, police responded to a Whole Foods grocery store, located at 7511 Leesburg Pike in Falls Church, for a larceny report. The victim, a 51-year-old woman, was shopping inside the store […]
An increase in traffic this evening and tomorrow along Leesburg Pike in Tysons is expected due to memorial services for a DEA agent killed in Afghanistan.
Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department and Arlington County Fire Department units responded to a house fire, Thursday, November 5, 2009, at approximately 7:30 a.m. in the Falls Church area of Fairfax County. The single-family home is located 2300 Brilyn Place.
The victim of a November 6 hit and run near Annandale Road who died a day later has been identified as Jose Lemus, 41, of 7218 Poplar Street in Annandale.
City of Falls Church utility workers and a contractor work at the intersection of Shreve Rd and 29. (Photo: Courtesy Barbara Gordon) Two lanes of I-495 that had been closed due to the water main break repairs under the road were reopened around noon today. As of 9:30 p.m. […]
As the U.S. struggles to revamp the nation’s health care system, many politicians and citizens are asking if public health care works as part of the equation. For many residents of Fairfax County and the City of Falls Church, the answer came 20 years ago: yes, it can.