FIRSTfriday Rings in Month of June On Friday, June 5, the City of Falls Church will celebrate FIRSTfriday for the month of June.
Falls Church celebrated American history and its own Civil War heritage on May 16 with a series of activities and reenactments at Cherry Hill Park.
News Meat in a Box, a quick service, take out/dine-in Persian restaurant, will be opening mid-June at 312 S. Washington Street.
McLean H.S. Chamber Pairs With German Musicians On Thursday, May 28, the McLean High School (MHS) Chamber Soloists and long-time musical partners, the Detmold Youth Orchestra from Germany, will perform together.
Del. Hull Endorsed by Brady Campaign Delegate Bob Hull acknowledged an endorsement from the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence in a press conference.
News Three Falls Church based businesses were ranked in the Virginia Chamber of Commerce’s “Virginia’s Fantastic 50” listing.
Marshall H.S. Students Off To Governor’s School George C. Marshall High School will be well represented at this summer’s prestigious Virginia Governor’s School.
News-Press to Hold Annual Wacky Hat Showdown The Falls Church News-Press will hold its 7th Annual Wacky Hat Showdown at its table in front of City Hall from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Visit the table sporting your best attempt at your wackiest headgear.
GMHS’ Joel Block Named ‘Super Teacher’ George Mason High School (GMHS) math teacher, Joel Block, has been selected as one of eight educators statewide to receive the Virginia Lottery Super Teacher Award.
F.C. Civil War Day Offers Blast to Past The City of Falls Church’s Annual Civil War Day will be held this Saturday, May 16 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. at Cherry Hill Park & Farmhouse (312 Park Ave., Falls Church).