The Attacca Quartet, a New York City-based prime string quartet, is slated to perform on Sunday, Sept. 25 at 4 p.m. at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church, located at 3241 Brush Dr., Falls Church, as part of the Odeon Chamber Music Series. Prize winners of international competitions, the group never fails […]
(Courtesy of The City of Falls Church) The City of Falls Church announced several road closures and parking restrictions...
Eden Center, the 200,000 square-foot strip mall near Seven Corners, is a hustling, bustling mecca filled with food,...
Nancy Scott, spouse for 44 years of retired State Del. Jim Scott, who represented the City of Falls Church and environs...
Our seventh annual Best of Falls Church edition is here featuring News-Press readers’ favorite places in and around The Little City to eat, drink, shop and more.Read more ›
By Rivera Sun During election years, pent-up frustrations, simmering animosities, and the toxic legacy of countless hours of hate talk radio erupt from the seething volcano of the American public. Injustice left festering explodes into anger and hatred. Defensive arrogance and condescension drips down the pyramid of privilege. What should […]Read more ›
Letters to the Editor: August 11 – 17, 2016 No Justification to Deny Family Right to Develop Editor, This was an open reminder to the Falls Church City Council prior to its vote Monday to change the land use designation of the Fellows property at 604 S. Oak Street: My […]Read more ›
With better than 78 percent of the vote at the Eighth District Republican convention in Arlington last weekend, Charles Hernick has been nominated to run as the GOP candidate against first term incumbent Democrat Donald S. Beyer, Jr. for the 8th District Congressional seat this November. An economist and environmental […]Read more ›
The George Mason High School Athletic Hall of Fame Nominating Committee announced last week that it accepting nominations for the school’s sports Hall of Fame through Wednesday, June 1 with the objective of holding inductions in the Fall of 2016. Honorees will be recognized at George Mason High School’s football game on September 30, […]Read more ›
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 […]Read more ›