NOVA ScriptsCentral is a health services non-profit founded in 2007 with the primary focus of providing life saving medications to uninsured people living in Northern Virginia.
Author: Amanda Snead
Watch Night, a New Year’s Eve celebration that involves closing the street in the 100 block of West Broad in Falls Church, has been a tradition in the Little City for many years now, leaving citizens disappointed last year when it was cancelled for the first time ever due to the pandemic.
After being unable to open in winter 2020 and having a short season in 2019-2020 when they had to close early due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Falls Church Homeless Shelter is back with plans to open next week on December 1 to accommodate unhoused people across the city.
Gray Face Acres is a dog rescue located in Haymarket that specializes in senior dogs. Founders Bob and Debbie Gretz created the organization in 2016 after years of fostering seniors in their own home. Since then, Gray Face Acres has rescued almost 400 senior dogs.
Aesop’s Fables are classic tales that many will remember from childhood. The fables began as an oral tradition in ancient Greece between 620 and 564 BCE and have since been written out and passed on through generations.
The Falls Church Chamber of Commerce held its annual Nonprofit Forum and Networking Luncheon this Tuesday. The event invited both nonprofits and Chamber-member businesses from the community to come together and showcase their work.
After months of remodeling, the newly redesigned and renamed Birch and Broad shopping center (formerly known as Falls Plaza) is nearing completion. The project includes façade renovation, new signage and more to add to the new modern farmhouse design of the 144,000 square foot shopping center.
Dar Williams grew up in the 1970s, where she was encouraged to find her passion at a young age. She picked up a guitar at the age of nine and wrote her first song at 11 with the encouragement of her family.
Broad Street serves as a main thoroughfare through Falls Church City, hosting traffic both from the residents who live here and those who drive through it on their commute. While the population of the city is around 14,000, tens of thousands more make their way through Falls Church everyday.
Falls Church City Public Schools have become one of only nine school divisions in the United States that offer International Baccalaureate (IB) learning all the way from preschool through high school graduation.