Restaurants and entertainment venues around the City of Falls Church were finally regaining their balance after a shaky year due to the Covid-19 pandemic…until the surging Delta variant cast a cloud over the previously optimistic summer. Now at least one establishment is closing its indoor dining room to non-senior patrons, and is even open to screening customers for their vaccination status later this year.
Author: Matt Delaney
Today, United States Senators Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and Angus King (I-Maine), and United States Representative Don Beyer (D-Va.), who represents Falls Church, announced bicameral legislation to ensure America’s largest corporations pay their fair share and prevent them from paying nothing in federal taxes. The Real Corporate Profits Tax Act of […]
Slowly but surely, solar energy is overtaking how individual homes are powered, including in Falls Church and the entire state of Virginia.
Colter Adams, who is also one of the band’s founders, said that the group’s name is derived from portraying a hazy, dream-like escape from a mundane existence. Indigo Boulevard looks to bring anything but a mundane experience to the stage in Cherry Hill Park on Friday night.
Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a sexual assault suspect who attacked a woman on Wednesday morning, according to authorities.
The rise in home prices doesn’t seem to be anything precarious akin to the bubble burst that caused the Great Recession nearly 13 years ago. These values are on much firmer ground, meaning you should expect the lofty price tags to stay until government policies and inventory woes can adjust.
The past month and a half without any Covid-19 restrictions has been a welcome return to normal life for most people. But for many small businesses throughout the City of Falls Church, they’re struggling to meet this revived demand the way they’d like due to so few qualified new employees — if they even get any at all, that is.
Your patriotic fervor won’t have to go home by nighttime in the City of Falls Church, but there won’t be much of a reason to stay here.
Opening just in time for the holiday weekend is the expanded portion of Rare Bird Coffee Roasters, with new hours and lunch menu items becoming part of the popular coffee shop along West Broad Street.
Whenever you go to a live show, at a bare minimum, you want to have a good time. Honky Tonk Casanovas is one of those rare bands that seems to infect everyone with a case of tapping feet and bobbing heads, and they’ll be taking their talents to the stage at JV’s Restaurant this Saturday.