New Founder’s Row Papers Filed, Plan Swaps Hotel for Senior Housing

March 7, 2018 9:58 PM0 comments

Mill Creek Residential, in charge of the development of the 4.3-acre Founder’s Row project at the intersection of N. West and W. Broad Streets, has submitted new paperwork to City Hall in Falls Church, with a goal of getting its long-delayed project moving forward.

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Temporary Signal Installed at Annandale & Hillwood Intersection After Winds Down Pole

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A traffic light pole at the intersection of Hillwood Avenue and Annandale Road that was toppled over in extreme winds last Friday afternoon has been replaced with a temporary signal. From last Friday until Wednesday afternoon, the intersection had been operating with restricted lanes and a stop sign in place […]

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New Target Store Opens With Ribbon Cutting in F.C.

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Today marks the opening of the store to the public, with a public grand opening celebration set for Sunday, March 11.

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15-Year-Old Charged With George Mason High School Threat

March 5, 2018 5:17 PM0 comments

A 15-year-old student at George Mason High School in the City of Falls Church was arrested Monday after school staff found a list he wrote with names and plans to cause harm to people at the school, police reported Tuesday evening.

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F.C. School Board Adopts Gun Control Resolution

March 2, 2018 4:35 PM0 comments

At a special meeting Friday morning, the Falls Church School Board unanimously approved a resolution calling on the Virginia General Assembly “to prioritize the protection of students and local government employees by passing legislation that more effectively regulates access to firearms in the interest of public safety.” The resolution takes […]

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Falls Church Man Charged With Impersonating an Officer

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Steve Maldonado, a 38-year-old AT&T employee from Falls Church, is facing charges after an investigation revealed he sent text messages and set up a voicemail greeting identifying himself as an officer with the Fairfax County Police department. Maldonado allegedly created a prepaid phone number and account, and used it to send […]

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Fallen Tree Temporarily Traps One Occupant in Lake Barcroft

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A large tree fell onto a house and trapped one occupant in his bed before Fairfax County Fire & Rescue responders could free him in his Lake Barcroft home around 3 a.m. Friday morning. At approximately 3:47 a.m. units were dispatched to the 3500 block of Highview Place in affected area. Upon […]

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Power Outages Plague F.C. as Extreme Winds Close Schools, Delay Government Friday

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Extreme high winds affecting the region, downing trees and power lines, have resulted in delays, closures and thousands without power in the City of Falls Church Friday.

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Non-Profit Gets Funding for Miller House Project

February 28, 2018 7:39 PM0 comments

Community Residences, Inc., an Arlington non-profit that was conveyed the formerly-City of Falls Church-owned Miller House on N. Washington St. to meet the needs of low-income individuals with developmental difficulties, announced Tuesday that they’ve been chosen to receive a portion of $6.5 million in affordable and special housing needs loans […]

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F.C. Council OKs Moving on Route 7 Transit Plan

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The Falls Church City Council approved the allocation of $23,000 for the City’s participation in Phase 3 of the Northern Virginia Transportation Commission’s Envision Route 7 engineering study aimed at implementing a “Bus Rapid Transit” system along Route 7 from the Mark Center in Alexandria to the Spring Hill Metro […]

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