The application deadline is July 21 and funds must be utilized before May 16, 2022.
“Educated” and “wealthy” probably come to mind when thinking about the people of Falls Church, while “funny”…not so much. But don’t tell local improv comics Lauren Morrell and Peter Narby that, as they found the Little City to be the perfect setting for their podcast.
While driving up and down on Lee Highway, you may not have noticed Luzmary’s Bolivian restaurant, but once inside, it’s not soon to be forgotten.
The letter, sent over the signature of Falls Church Executive Director Sally Cole, expressed the Chamber’s strong support for an amendment to the Fairfax County Comprehensive Plan to permit mixed use development at WMATA’s West Falls Church Metro station site.
Not a single incumbent member of the Falls Church School Board either sought or qualified for re-election on the November 2021 ballot, it was disclosed after the deadline to qualify passed this Tuesday. On the other hand, a whopping nine candidates were certified to compete for the four (out of seven) seats being contested this November.
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.
While the numbers are not yet confirmed for sure, the Falls Church City Council heard Monday night that the Little City may be due for an extraordinary infusion of $18 million in federal aid dollars to help its recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic.
The U.S. Congress Joint Economic Committee — led by U.S. Rep. Don Beyer —released an issue brief this week finding that cancellation of the enhanced Unemployment Insurance (UI) provisions could cost local economies more than $12 billion.
A different look was rolled out for Falls Church’s Memorial Day Parade this year.
With Virginia’s Democratic primary for governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general and a spate of state delegate primaries being held next Tuesday, candidates got one final word on the debate stage.