Dr. James Lane was at Falls Church’s new $120 million high school Monday for a tour of the state of the art building. He was joined by F.C. Superintendent Peter Noonan, Principal Hills, school board members, and administrators.
Demographically, the percentage of the total population identifying as Hispanic has grown from 8 percent in 2000 to 12.6 percent in 2019, equalling the percentage in neighboring Arlington County but below the 21.9 percentage in Fairfax County.
The businesses were acknowledged for their contributions to the City’s schools. Recipients are KGS Construction Services, The McGuire Group and The Young Group.
Owning a salon has always been Juja Sylvestre’s dream.
For apartment residents in Falls Church, it has been a shaky year as the use of their building’s amenities has remained uncertain for 14 months.
As the Falls Church City Council closes in on adopting its Fiscal Year 2022 operating budget of about $106 million in less than two weeks, it appears almost certain that property owners will enjoy a cut in their tax rate, below the current level of $1.355 per $100 of assessed valuation.
Edwin Henderson II becomes the second member of the board appointed by a vote of the existing board this year, as Sonia Ruiz-Bolanos was appointed earlier this year to fill a slot vacated by the resignation of Lawrence Webb last December.
While the City has great local restaurants, an abundance of grocery stores and every kind of fitness and medical professional you could dream of within two square miles, there doesn’t seem to be many retail shopping options inside the City proper.
The Virginia Senate rejected the governor’s amendments to a bill that restricts the gun rights of anyone convicted for assault and battery of a family member.
Henderson II is the founder of the City’s Tinner Hill Foundation and the City’s middle school is named for his grandmother, Mary Ellen Henderson.