When Veteran White House Correspondent Helen Thomas was visited by President Barack Obama in the White House’s press briefing room on Tuesday, as the two celebrated their birthdays on the same day, Thomas was not bashful telling the president that her birthday wish was for “world peace, no prejudice and […]
Once a year, Falls Church’s Carol Sly puts aside life’s other responsibilities and treks northward as she has since 1985, to participate in the 29th Pan-Massachusetts Challenge.
The City of Falls Church had its own Beatrix Potter twist earlier this month, when a mother duck and her paddling bunch of 13 ducklings faced a near-eviction from their home along Virginia Avenue in the Winter Hill neighborhood.
One of the 17 chefs who are laboring under the uber-demanding Master Chef Gordon Ramsey in the latest season of Fox’s “Hell’s Kitchen” reality TV series that began last week hails from Falls Church. Tennille Middleton, a native of Hampton Roads, has for four years been the master chef at […]
F.C. Meetings to Be Streamed on City Web Site The City of Falls Church’s City Council, Planning Commission and School Board meetings will all be broadcast live on the City’s web site beginning in September, Director of Public Information Barbara Gordon told the News-Press yesterday. The City has contracted with […]
In their first joint appearance since each won their parties’ respective nominations, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Creigh Deeds and Republican nominee Bob McDonnell debated for 70 minutes last Saturday at the 119th annual summer meeting of the Virginia Bar Association in a ballroom at the historic Homestead resort in Bath County […]
City Advances Image as Home to Humanities The Falls Church City Council took a major step toward establishing another progressive and defining feature for Falls Church Monday when it voted unanimously to designate a key downtown area of the City as an “Arts and Cultural District” where special tax incentives […]
In their first joint appearance since each won their parties’ respective nominations, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Creigh Deeds and Republican nominee Bob McDonnell debated on Saturday at the 109th convention of the Virginia Bar Association in a ballroom at the historic Homestead resort in Bath County in Western Virginia.
Charlotte Allen will be the first Falls Church resident to compete for the title of Ms. Senior Virginia America this Friday in Alexandria, though there’s hardly anything senior about this charming grandma of 17.
Classic One Hour Cleaners, a family-run dry cleaning business on West Broad Street in Falls Church, now proudly displays “green cleaner” on its walls and windows.