As the special allowances for the Covid-19 pandemic begin to terminate, the F.C. City Council faces the challenge of a more permanent revision to the outdoor dining rules for local restaurants.
Virginia U.S. Senators. Mark Warner and Tim Kaine joined other members of the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs committee, Chris Van Hollen, Rev. Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff introduced the Low-Income First Time Homebuyers (LIFT) Act to establish a new program to help first-time, first-generation homebuyers – predominately Americans of color – build wealth more rapidly.
Meredith received a distinguished Globee Award in the Visionary category as part of the 9th Annual 2021 CEO World Awards.
The Falls Church City Education Association (FCCEA) is an organization which independently represents members throughout the Falls Church City Public Schools. While FCCEA is not able to, nor would it want to, make any endorsements for specific School Board Candidates, we wanted to take an opportunity this year to give candidates a chance to share their feelings on issues and questions that might be important to both our members and the larger community.
Members of the Falls Church Chamber of Commerce got their first opportunity to meet the organization’s first new executive director in 17 years this week. With the conclusion at the end of this month of Sally Cole’s 17 years as the head of the Chamber, Cole’s replacement Elise Neil Bengtson has already been on the job for a week.
ast year’s bold move by the Mary Riley Styles Public Library in Falls Church to eliminate fines for overdue materials is the biggest step cited so far in the City of Falls Church’s comprehensive “Equity Review” that was engaged by the City Council at its work session last Monday.
At its meeting Tuesday night, the Falls Church School Board emerged from a closed session to approve a new four-year contract with Superintendent Dr. Peter Noonan, running from July 2021 to the end of June 2025.
Elise Neil Bengtson has joined the Falls Church Chamber of Commerce as its new Executive Director starting this week, although Sally Cole will remain with the Chamber until Sept. 30, concluding her 14 years there.
It’s official: The new Mary Riley Styles Public Library is fully reopened after extensive work done to expand it.
It’s been a long time coming but people finally got to gather in a way they are used to for Falls Church’s Festival.