Thunderstorms in Falls Church and the surrounding area yesterday wreaked havoc on residents and commuters, causing traffic back ups, power outages, uprooted trees and more.
Falls Church’s Chief Engineer Bill Hicks is shown making a presentation to a City Council work session Monday on a small land acquisition the Department of Recreation and Parks wants to make to enable the “daylighting” of the Coe Branch creek in the Hamlett/Rees Park.
Happy Birthday Barbara Nooter! What a pleasant, albeit odd, way to wake up on your birthday.
George C. Marshall High School students Donald Blanchard, Quentin Shafer, Benjamin Bowie and Roman Dadiomoff help carry the American flag down Constitution Avenue at the head of the Boy Scouts of America 100th Anniversary Jamboree parade on Sunday, July 25.
Falls Church native Adam Edwards wed Kerri Beasely at the War Memorial Chapel on the Virginia Tech campus in Blacksburg.
Fall Properties LLC held a charity book swap at its offices last Thursday, allowing people to exchange their own books for donated books.
Tomorrow, Thursday, Aug. 5, at 7 p.m. is the last performance of the Falls Church Village Preservation and Improvement Society’s Summer Concerts in the Park series at Cherry Hill Park in Falls Church.
Keri Putonen, owner of Unleashed Abilities in Falls Church, is starting a speed-dating program for singles ages 30 – 45 and their dogs.
Laura Fletcher of Falls Church graduated cum laude from Princeton University at its commencement exercises on June 1.
Voting for the national 2010 Best Farmer’s Market Competition, put on by the America’s Farmland Trust, ends Tuesday, Aug. 31.