Accepting a proclamation honoring National Public Safety Communications Week at the F.C. City Council meeting last week was F.C. Police Chief Mary Gavin and the F.C. police department Emergency Communications team, including Christian Major. Gavin hailed the importance of good communications for contributing to a “culture of safety” in F.C. […]
The Falls Church Rotary Club will host its second meeting of the month at 6:30 p.m. at Harvest Moon Restaurant (7260...
Lisa Allan will receive the Falls Church Education Foundation Teacher of the Year Award on Thursday, May 11 at Falls...
Residents can learn about the cost and performance of rooftop solar energy systems available through the Solarize Falls...
Providing a report on the recently-completed legislative session in Richmond were the state delegate (Marcus Simon, left) and state senator (Richard Saslaw, right) to the monthly luncheon of the Falls Church Chamber of Commerce Tuesday at the Best Western Hotel. Chamber chair Lisa D’Ambrosio-Irons (center) introduced them. (Story in this […]Read more ›
The Amadeus Orchestra comes to Saint Luke Catholic Church in McLean on Sunday, April 23 at 4 p.m. Gluck’s “Dance of the Furies” sets the stage for this concert, followed by Grieg’s “Holberg Suite.” A double concerti by Albinoni, Telemann and Vivaldi spotlights Amadeus’ “orchestra of soloists.” Tickets are $30 […]Read more ›
In Falls Church to celebrate Easter last weekend was the daughter of Falls Church developer Bob Young, Courtney (right) with her spouse, Vernetta Alston and their baby Reese, while their niece Jillian Young (foreground) gets in on the photo op. (Photo: News-Press)Read more ›
Falls Church City Public Schools recognized the efforts of six individuals whose outstanding service supports students, staff, and parents throughout FCCPS schools. The nominees are also cooperative with colleagues, readily assist constituents and reflect an expert grasp of their responsibilities. This year’s nominees are Diane Harrington, paraprofessional at George Mason […]Read more ›
The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Incorporated, Northern Virginia Chapter (NCBW NOVA) along with the Northern Virginia Section of the National Council for Negro Women, Inc (NCNW NOVA) and the National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women’s Clubs, Inc. are hosting a free Community Health Fair on Saturday, […]Read more ›
The 32nd Annual May Day Music Festival takes place on Saturday, May 6 from 12 – 5 p.m. at the Potomac Overlook Park (2845 Marcey Rd., Arlington). Attendees can enjoy several live music performances, community exhibits and games. Festival guests are encouraged to meet with the VCE Master Gardeners who […]Read more ›