The “photo red light” program that video tapes vehicles that run red lights at key intersections in the City of Falls Church, is ready for a re-launch shortly after the start of the New Year, the F.C. City Council was told Monday night. F.C. Police Chief Harry Reitze announced that installation and rehearsals on the […]
A new ordinance constraining the practice of involuntary so-called “predatory tows” in the City of Falls Church was moved back from a final vote of approval by the Falls Church City Council this week from its Oct. 26 meeting until at least Nov. 16, it was reported at last night’s Council […]
Mason Police District – A 29-year-old Falls Church woman was charged with malicious wounding, assault and battery and interrupting an emergency phone call following an incident with her boyfriend in the 3400 block of Payne Street.
Falls Church Police reported today (Oct. 18) the discovery at about 8 a.m. the body a man, apparently deceased, in the west end of the City, near the intersection of Broad Street (Route 7) and Haycock Road and near George Mason High School.
Rain and drab, cold weather did not dampen spirits for Virginia’s Governor Tim Kaine, Democratic Gubernatorial candidate Sen. Creigh Deeds and Lt. Governor candidate Jody Wagner in Falls Church and immediate environs today as they spent time greeting supporters and checking out the neighborhood at four separate locations.
ARLINGTON, VA. – The Arlington County Police Department’s Special Victims Unit announces the judgment rendered on Hector Pagan on September 21, 2009. He was arrested as the suspect in two rape and abduction cases from 2007.
The City of Falls Church has announced the Mary Riley Styles Public Library’s annual “Food for Fines” initiative. The program provides patrons the opportunity to help those in need by donating non-perishable groceries as payment for fines on overdue items. This year’s “Food for Fines” Week runs Monday, October 26 […]
Falls Church students took to the storefronts in downtown Falls Church along Broad Street as part of “Paint the Town Orange,” a Halloween paint-in designed to create festive mood for the approaching holiday.
‘We’re Not Broke,” She Says, But Tough Cuts Due Surprisingly, just one week after the Falls Church City Council and School Board were introduced to the staggering $4.2 million shortfall in the City’s $66 million annual budget, not one citizen stepped forward to comment during the public petition period of […]
Virginia Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Episcopal Appeal The Episcopal Diocese of Virginia and the Episcopal Church announced yesterday that the Supreme Court of Virginia has agreed to hear the appeal of the diocese in defense of its claim on church properties currently occupied by members of breakaway congregations, such […]