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Memorial Day Holiday Operating Schedule

via City of Falls Church Office of Communications News Release: Monday, May 20, 2024: Below is the Memorial Day operating schedule for the City on Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, May 25 through May 27: Saturday, May 25 Sunday, May 26 Monday, May 27 The electric car charging stations in front of and behind City Hall […]

Mayor Hardi’s Weekly Update: May 17, 2024

Dear Friends, It’s been a big week — we welcomed a huge commercial real estate tour to Falls Church, I received my first invitation to the White House, we celebrated important women of Falls Church past and present, we kicked off Asian American Pacific Islander Month with our first celebration at City Hall, AND we […]

Business News & Notes: May 16-22, 2024

Falls Church Success Story Dave Link, Richard Chart and Christopher Cordray founded ScienceLogic in a Falls Church garage in 2003 and within five years, the company was posting almost $6 million in annual revenue. ScienceLogic has acquired Restorepoint, Zebrium, and AppFirst. Today the software and services company is operating out of Reston with seven corporate […]

New Briefs: May 16-22, 2024

F.C. Mayor Hardi Greets 500 on NAIOP Bus Tour Falls Church Mayor Letty Hardi greeted the more than 500 participants in the annual NAIOP commercial real estate bus tour of the region who stopped in Falls Church for their lunch last Thursday. The annual event is designed to showcase opportunities for development throughout the region. […]

Letters to Editor: May 16-22, 2024

If You Build It, They Will Come, But Then? Editor, As the Little City gets bigger every day I see that many of these new apartment buildings are for the “55+” seniors. Presumably the building owners are paying a heavily reduced tax rate since they won’t have children in the schools and perhaps it’s an […]

Community News & Notes: May 16-22, 2024

VPIS Donates, Plants 80 Coleuses Along W. Broad On May 10, in coordination with the City of Falls Church’s Urban Forestry staff, the Village Preservation and Improvement Society (VPIS) Garden Committee donated and planted 80 coleuses in the planters of the north 100 and 200 blocks of W. Broad St. State Police to “Diss-Rupt” Dangerous […]

This Week’s FCKLL Report: May 16, 2024

By Erika Toman In a thrilling showdown, the Little City Legends, led by Coach Adam Alderson and sponsored by Kirk’s Army, emerged victorious against the Clouds, coached by Anthony Verdi Jr. and sponsored by RPJ Advisors, with a final score of 5-4. The Legends wasted no time making their mark, seizing an early lead in […]