Falls Church’s ‘Concerts in The Park’ Premieres The Falls Church City Concert Band will open the summer season of the annual City of Falls Church’s “Concerts in the Park” tonight, Thursday, June 17 at 7 p.m. The band will be performing various movie-themed songs.
Due to budget cuts which reduced staff, the Mary Riley Styles Public Library in Falls Church will be closed on Sundays beginning in July.
F.C. Chipotle Opening Set for June 25 The new Falls Church Chipotle Mexican Grill will officially begin dishing up its award-winning gourmet burritos, bowls, tacos and salads on Friday, June 25.
The Falls Church Farmer’s Market is seeking votes in hopes it can be named one of America’s Favorite Farmer’s Markets™ in 2010, it was announced today. The nationwide contest promotes the connection between fresh local food and the local farmland that supplies it to see which markets can rally the […]
F.C. Pedestrian Bicycle & Traffic Calming Advisory Committee to Inspect ‘Every Inch’ of Little City Come July
From gap analysis to the heightening and lowering of curbs, members of the City of Falls Church’s new “Pedestrian Bicycle and Traffic Calming Advisory Committee” will be surveying every inch of the Little City come July.
Children and teens from ages preschool to 18 years will be awarded a free book if they complete Mary Riley Styles Public Library’s summer reading program, “Submerge Yourself, Dive Into a Good Book.” Those interested can pick up a book log to record their summer reads beginning Monday, June 21. […]
The following eighth- and ninth-grade George Mason High School students were recently recognized for their academic achievements.
CHRIS THE CAT loves to accompany the family dog on long walks around Cherry and Fairfax streets.
GMHS Chorus Performs Concert Tonight Tonight,Thursday, June 10, the George Mason High School (GMHS) Chorus will perform a concert from 6 – 10 p.m. It will be held in the GMHS Auditorium (7124 Leesburg Pike, Falls Church). Call 703-248-5500 for more information.
FCNP’s Benton Addresses Church On Pride Sunday Nicholas F. Benton, owner-editor of the Falls Church News-Press, will be the speaker at the Sunday services of the Washington, D.C.-based First Congregational Church on the occasion of Capital Pride Sunday celebrating the lives and aspirations of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) […]