With summer drawing to a close, Falls Church City public schools are gearing up for the arrival of students and staff to begin yet another eventful school year. But before the first day of classes begins, however, some schools have upcoming dates and events that are helpful to students and their families, as well as staff members.
Author: Kylee Toland
In Northern Virginia this summer, two local nonprofit organizations, Food Justice DMV and Nurturing Families, are doing their part in helping support school staff and immigrant families.
With the end of summer just around the corner, here is a list of activities to make the most of the warm weather!
In the often confusing wake of the redistricting of state and federal election boundaries every decade, many folks lose track of who their representatives are. The situation is like that for the City of Falls Church and environs, where the state senator now representing the City is a new person, relatively unknown to City residents. That would be incumbent State Sen. Chap Petersen.
This summer, Creative Cauldron — a non-profit professional theater in Falls Church — is offering both concerts and cabarets to the public. According to their website, Creative Cauldron “features a cabaret or concert by some of the most spectacular talent the D.C. area has to offer” every summer weekend. For those who can’t join in person, live-stream tickets are offered so one can view it online.
According to a study from SmartAsset released this week, Falls Church residents rank the wealthiest in Virginia. The study assessed wealth by comparing counties across three categories: the amount of investment income residents receive, total per capita income and the median home value.
Looking to buy or sell your home? These local realtors have the answers to your questions about the current marketplace and how you can succeed in buying or selling your home!