The Tysons Regional Chamber of Commerce is hosting Regional Women’s Circle of Influence Breakfast on Wednesday, April 20 from 8:30 – 10 a.m. at the Angelika Film Center & Café at Mosaic. A Healthy You! will feature a presentation on healthy habits and nutrition by local fitness expert, author, and […]
A bomb threat at George Mason High School last Friday highlights the latest Falls Church crime report. Also in the report,...
A disturbing Falls Church crime report was released Wednesday as after last week’s reported triple shooting...
Government closures and holiday scheduling for the City of Falls Church begin next Wednesday, Dec. 23, when the courts...
Open spaces, flex spaces, white kitchens and showers built for two are some of the popular trends area homebuilders say buyers want in new homes today. “We are definitely seeing the trend towards flex space which can be adopted over time to meet the needs of changing lifestyles,” said Jennifer […]Read more ›
For the past two months, Patrick Fleming and Tamara Powell have been spending their days picking through fruits and vegetables, attending produce auctions at country farms and stocking shelves. It’s quite a change from their previous routines.Read more ›
For the sixth consecutive year, the News-Press asked readers to vote for their Falls Church favorites and, for the sixth consecutive year, we had yet another record-breaking turnout at the polls.Read more ›
Letters to the Editor: August 6 – 12, 2015 City Should Involve Public in Developer Response to RFP Editor, On July 27 both the Falls Church City Council and School Board voted to release a Request for Proposals, known as RFP, for expanding George Mason High School and Mary Ellen […]Read more ›
A 20-page “request for proposal” document that is scheduled for a final fine tuning and release to prospective developers of the City of Falls Church’s newly-annexed near 40 acre site that currently houses its high and middle schools will be the subject of a town hall meeting this Saturday, July 11, from 10 – 11:30 a.m. at the Council chambers of the Falls Church City Hall, 300 Park Avenue.Read more ›
So we see with the wildly contrasting remarks by contesting Falls Church religious leaders, reported in this edition, in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling expanding the definition of marriage to include same sex couples: The fierce competition between the two flocks vying for control of the historic […]Read more ›