At long last, the Washington & Old Dominion Trail will finally wrap up it’s dual trails project in the City of Falls Church right around when the calendar flips between September and October.
Author: Matt Delaney
Virginia Tech is set to break ground Sept. 14 on the first building for its $1 billion Innovation Campus in Alexandria.
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s…actually just a food truck. And if you ask Falls Church City restaurant owners and their advocates in the Chamber of Commerce what they think of these roaming vendors, it falls well short of anything “super.”
A summer-long project for Federal Realty has been transforming and rebranding Falls Plaza Shopping Center into Birch & Broad, and it looks to be finished just in time for the holiday season.
The City of Falls Church’s multi-year effort to upgrade its public facilities has finally come to an end with completion of the new Mary Riley Styles Public Library, which will officially reopen to the public as soon as the scissors snip the ribbon on Sept. 10.
At last, Meridian High School’s fall sports are back where they belong — in the autumn. To mitigate the spread of Covid-19 heading into the 2020-21 school year, Virginia High School League rejiggered its sports schedule. It started with the winter sports in December, the fall sports at the end of February and spring sports at the end of April, with each season being abridged.
Falls Church City residents will have access to certain services in preparation of the coming heavy rains on Wednesday as the Washington, D.C. area prepares to deal with aftermath of Hurricane Ida.
The stigma around tribute bands is something that the Red Not Chili Peppers believe is more of a misunderstanding, and one that can be cleared up if you attend their show at the State Theatre tonight.
To make the necessary stormwater improvements throughout the City of Falls Church, some trees have to be removed. It’s not a thrilling topic of conversation for a place that’s held the title of a “Tree City USA” for 40-plus years, but it’s also one that won’t result in the permanent loss of tree canopy that some fear.
It’s been another big year in the City of Falls Church. Some major projects are nearing the moment where they break ground just as others are ready to cut the ribbon, all the while there have been contentious issues such as school name changes and the everyday adherence to Covid-19 precautions.