Friday, Novemeber 11th in Fairfax, VA the George Mason Men’s basketball team came out ready to go from the start. The Patriots built an early lead and went on to an 83-69 victory over the Longwood Lancers in front of 5,185 fans inside EagleBank Arena.The victory comes on the heels […]
Author: Nick Gatz
The Fed, and more specifically its Federal Open Market Committee, is attempting to combat inflation. The Fed and Chairman Jerome Powell are increasing interest rates, using monetary policy to rein in price increases. If inflation proves to be too powerful, they may not be able to contain these price increases. […]
The 46th Annual Falls Church Festival (www.fallschurchva.gov/Festival) returns this Saturday, September 17, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the City Hall grounds (300 Park Ave.). You’ll find all your favorites, from live music and entertainment to pony rides and other children’s amusements, local vendors, businesses and civic organizations, a Beer Garden, and the Taste of Falls Church! This […]
FCCPS School Board Chair Laura Downs and Vice-Chair Tate Gould will be holding “office hours” at Liberty BBQ (370 West Broad) on Wednesday, September 21 from 6:00-8:00 pm. Parents, students, teachers, staff, and community members may drop by (no registration required) to ask questions and offer feedback in a casual environment. As this will not be a private […]
Enrollment in the City of Falls Church’s two public secondary schools, Meridian and Henderson, are each about two dozen students above projected numbers going into the fall, Superintendent Dr. Peter Noonan reported to the season’s first School Board meeting held in the Council chambers of City Hall Tuesday night. The […]
Saturday, August 6 — The Mill Creek Residential Trust, developers of the new Founder’s Row mixed use development at the intersection of W. Broad and N. West Streets in the center of the City of Falls Church, announced through a new filing with the City that it is “in the […]
My backyard oasis escape is a place of life, nature, joy and happiness. To truly grasp how this beautiful, peaceful Koi Pond came to be, I must tell a story. This is one that involves creative freedom, self-reflection, failure and in the end a sense of love, accomplishment and overall joy.
Thursday, Mar 10 — in an intensely fought state championship game in Richmond tonight, Carroll County High School girls edged Meridian High of Falls Chirch, 51-47.
Falls Church City has added a creative flair while honoring key influential community leaders and paying homage to the Little City’s history and diversity with some new public art.