Falls Church students, parents and school staff are encouraged to stroll or pedal their way to school for the return of the City’s annual Walk and Bike to School Day.
Over 8,000 Fairfax County voters have already requested mail-in ballots and over 300 have already voted in the June 6 Democratic primary election.
Mill Creek, the developer of the Founders Row project, said it is currently evaluating proposals from two theater companies.
Check some photos from when Columbia Baptist Church’s historic steeple was removed on Wednesday.
Davis covers how people under 40 are finicky when it comes to substantial commitments and more in his first book, “Dedicated: The Case for Commitment In An Age Of Infinite Browsing,” which hits store shelves on May 4.
“Let’s give a big ‘Thank You!’ to City Council for reducing our local tax rate for the first time in 15 years…Our School Board deserves a much smaller ‘thanks’ for finally concluding the school re-naming process.”
Spencer Nash, a senior at Langley High School, was recently named as a Bank of America Student Leader for 2021.
NOVA Parks provided the latest update on the Dual Trails Project along the Washington & Old Dominion Trail in the City of Falls Church.
One name is from a global perspective. The other is hyper-local. Yes, the saying goes that consistency is the hobgoblin of small minds, and there is no way the talented assortment constituting the Falls Church City Public Schools’ School Board could be accused of that.
“Since its founding in 1699, Falls Church has been shaped by women who saw a need and found a way to make their community better.”