Falls Church, VA, — Falls Church City Manager Wyatt Shields will send a “letter of intent” to Arlington County this week, with the consent of the F.C. City Council, with the aim of having Arlington operate a reduced operating schedule for F.C.’s GEORGE bus system as of July 1.
Sixty George Mason High School students from the International Baccalaureate (IB) program put their hard work on display last week with an end-of-year art show.
Falls Church local Anne Welles, a teacher by day and independent filmmaker by desire, saw her first area-based work screened at the Arlington Drafthouse and Cinema in mid-April.
Tax Rate Rises To $1.07, 7 City Jobs Are Cut By the time the final vote was taken on the City of Falls Church Fiscal Year 2010 budget Monday night, the Falls Church City Council was in full agreement, and voted unanimously to adopt the $66.6 million package that […]
Governor Tim Kaine (front, left) spoke at a fundraiser for Virginia Delegatge Jim Scott (front, right) last week. It is beginning to dawn on Virginia Republicans that the vote by their colleagues in the House of Delegates to kill an initiative to extend unemployment benefits was a huge blunder that […]
Making way for Falls Church’s new City Center project, whenever that may come, most of the functions at Falls Church’s historic 301 W. Broad St. post office site will soon be relocated five blocks west to the new Art Noveau-inspired “flower” building at 800 West Broad.
F.C. Schools Send Swine Flu Advisory to Parents The Falls Church City Schools announced yesterday that an advisory was sent home with students to all school households, and also posted on the schools’ web site.
Falls Church’s Matthew Martz was 5 years old when he began tickling the ivories and humming beat for beat songs he’d only heard once before.
For healthier eating at the Thanksgiving smorgasbord or to let some turkeys see another day, a meat-free repast is easier than ever to bring home or enjoy out this Thanksgiving day
While media scrutiny has focused attention on November polls for the next U.S. president, the war over the future of Iraq continues to consume lives and money.