The Falls Church City Council adopted unanimously an agenda of legislative priorities it will ask its state legislators to introduce in Richmond for the January 2010 session. The three priorities are 1. Opposition to guns in public buildings, 2. Protection of persons in employment positions from discrimination based on sexual […]
State Sen. Mary Margaret Whipple told the Falls Church City Council tonight the Virginia budget shortfall next spring is now projected at $3.5 billion.
Fairfax County Police have released the identity of the body found in a burning car in the 8200 block of Willow Oaks Drive on Saturday, Nov. 21. The body has been identified as 44 year-old Verena T. Stutts of 7115 Wayne Road in Annandale.
Fairfax County police officers conducted DWI- directed patrols throughout the McLean District to deter and apprehend intoxicated drivers on Saturday, November 21, from 9 p.m. until 4 a.m. Sunday.
Mason Police District – Fairfax County Police are seeking witnesses to an incident that occurred on Saturday, November 21. Around 8:10 p.m., the fire department responded to a report of an apparent brush fire in the 8200 block of Willow Oaks Corporate Drive.
Falls Church City’s Mary Riley Styles library computer system is back up and fully operational. Unscheduled maintenance has been completed so the Internet and WiFi are unavailable and patrons can check in/out books.
Tempers Flare in Sharp Divide Over Proposal A hot and controversial issue will come before the Falls Church City Council Monday night, as it will consider an ordinance to change the date of municipal elections in the City of Falls Church from May to November.
Preliminary projections show that the City of Falls Church will face a whopping $7.6 million shortfall in the coming FY11 budget, City Manager Wyatt Shields told the City Council at its work session Monday.
F.C. May Push Gay Job Protection At its work session tonight, the Falls Church City Council took under consideration making a “top priority” in its wish list for the Virginia General Assembly in January legislation outlawing discrimination in employment based on sexual orientation.
Increased fees for resubmission of plans and re-inspection and reinstatements of non-compliant restaurants in the City of Falls Church will be voted on by the F.C. City Council at its meeting this Monday, Nov. 23. According to City officials, the proposed new fee structure was reviewed by the National Restaurant […]