Sen. Warner Warns vs. Firing Mueller

December 20, 2017 9:41 PM0 comments

Virginia U.S. Senator Mark Warner, vice chair of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, took to the floor of the U.S. Senate last night to deliver a scathing statement warning President Trump or his allies from interfering with the investigation into Russian meddling in the U.S. presidential election last fall. […]

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Del. Simon Wants to End Lethal Injection Secrecy

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State Del. Marcus B. Simon of Falls Church has introduced HB 100 to end the secrecy around the distribution and acquisition of drugs used for executions in Virginia, his office announced Wednesday. The bill would repeal legislation that passed the General Assembly during the 2017 Session after an extremely contentious […]

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Fairfax Sheriff, 29 Diner Feed Homeless

9:38 PM0 comments

Fairfax County Sheriff Stacey Kincaid and her deputies proudly joined the 29 Diner’s Season of Giving Holiday Dinner Celebration, benefiting Shelter House families. This week, 29 Diner is closed to the public for five days during the dinner rush to provide a sit-down holiday meal for 60 families residing in […]

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F.C. Planners Lift Height Limit Off Economic Piece of Campus Plan

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The Falls Church Planning Commission recommended to the City Council that language in the Comprehensive Plan concerning the 10 acres set aside for commercial development on the Mason High School site not be encumbered with any reference to density limits.

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Race Recounts This Week Throw State’s Delegate Balance Up in Air

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A recount of the votes in the razor thin outcome of the Nov. 7 election in the Tidewater area’s House District 94 has thrown the issue of the balance of power in the Virginia state legislature into the air.

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City Notifies F.C. Residents of Real Estate, Property Tax Pre-Payments

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With the passage of the new federal tax reform legislation Wednesday, the City of Falls Church’s Treasurer’s Office announced that citizens may make pre-payments on their real estate and personal property taxes. Pre-payments are accepted for real estate and personal property taxes. Payments will be marked as received in 2017 […]

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Recount Hands Another Delegate Seat To Dems By Single Vote Margin

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A recount of the votes in the razor thin outcome of the Nov. 7 election in the Tidewater area’s House District 94 has reversed the originally-announced result. Trailing by only 20 votes going into Tuesday’s recount, the Democrat Shelly Simonds prevailed in the recount by a single vote, a result that her […]

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Rep. Beyer Slams Tuesday’s House Passage of Tax Reform Bill

December 19, 2017 3:58 PM0 comments

U.S. Rep. Don Beyer, who represents the 8th District of Virginia that includes the City of Falls Church, today issued the following statement upon House passage of H.R. 1, the GOP bill to cut taxes for the wealthy: “One month ago, when the House passed an early version of this […]

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F.C. Planners Advise Vs. Density Limits on Mason High Campus Site

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The Falls Church Planning Commission recommended to the City Council that language in the Comprehensive Plan concerning the 10 acres set aside for commercial development on the Mason High School site not be encumbered with any reference to density limits.

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Beards for Buddy

December 18, 2017 9:37 AM0 comments

Each year in November, F.C. police and other City employees join the Movember Movement in unity for Buddy in his cancer fight and to raise awareness for men’s health. 

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