Tomorrow, Friday, Sept. 3, marks the beginning of the City of Falls Church Recreation & Parks Division’s 7th Annual Sunset Cinema film festival. The 2009 PG-rated film, “Tooth Fairy,” kicks things off. Moviegoers are invited to bring blankets, bug spray and picnics under the stars. Popcorn, drinks and ice cream […]
HELP FIND ARIEL! This 2-and-a-half-year-old gray and yellow cockatiel flew the coop this morning around 6:30 a.m.
A neighborhood block-party benefit for the Lost Dog and Cat Rescue Foundation will he be held in the 200 block of Gundry Drive in the City of Falls Church following the Farmers market this Saturday Aug. 28 at 11 a.m.
Sydney the Rhodesian Ridgeback enjoys her playtime in the sun.
Falls Church notables, including Mayor Nader Baroukh and council member Robin Gardner, turned out to flip on the switch for Clare and Don’s Beach Shack’s new solar panels Monday night.
Falls Church Rotary Club’s speaker last Thursday was Rotarian, Scott Monett, Executive Director of the Quality of Life Plus Program, is shown with a prosthetic hand developed by his non-profit organization for an injured serviceman.
Lovebirds Owen Durham, son of Falls Church residents John and Susan Durham, and Megan Ranville have announced their engagement.
The Fairfax Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) is hosting an information session for prospective volunteers at Thomas Jefferson Library (7415 Arlington Blvd., Falls Church) on Sept. 18, from 11 a.m. – noon.
The deadline is approaching for the Falls Church City TV Photo and Video Contest, in which students enrolled City public cchools are eligible to compete for one of two $250 Bob Morrison prizes. This first annual contest was created by the TV station’s Cable Access Board in memory of longtime […]
Jill Amos Gibbons, a resident of Falls Church, has a quilt titled “Starburst” accepted in the 10-category contest for the 6th Annual Quilt Expo to be held on Sept. 9 – 11 in Madison, Wis.