“Skinny people can’t be trusted.” So read the sign above Chef Leland Atkinson at last month’s Falls Church Farmer’s Market Chef Series presentation.
McLean High School senior Jessi Ende resembles your average high-school student at the seams, sipping from a mug outside Starnut Gourmet during our interview and beaming as she talked about where her college plans might take her. But those close to her know this more-than-meets-the-eye 17 year old bubbles with […]
Consultant: F.C. May Become National Leader in ‘Sustainability’ The City of Falls Church has an opportunity to become “a leader in sustainability in Northern Virginia and even nationally” with the right provisions included in the current effort to rewrite its zoning code, a consultant in the rewrite effort told a […]
Final Arguments in Writing, Judge Mulls Key Ruling It may take Fairfax Circuit Court Judge R. Terrence Ney months to make a ruling in the trial that concluded midday yesterday pitting the Fairfax Water Authority against that of the City of Falls Church. At stake for tiny Falls Church, being […]
The hot-button issue of so-called “predatory towing” consumed a lengthy period of the Falls Church City Council’s work session Monday as the first reading of a tough new ordinance aimed at deterring the practice is slated for a Council vote this Monday night.
Josephine Sandra “Jo” Proffitt, 66, of Falls Church, passed away on Wednesday, Sept. 9, at her residence.
Anthony J. Viscido, a 50-year resident of the City of Falls Church and a prolific pioneer in dental technology, died earlier this month at his home on East Broad Street. He was 86.
“Harvey,” the play about a man and his invisible rabbit counterpart, has eluded Providence Players’ director Chip Gertzog for six years, till this Friday, when the Pulitzer prize-winning play comes to the Players’ home stage at the James Lee Community Center Theatre.
Glenn Watkins, a seasoned expert in matters pertaining to the setting of water rates throughout the eastern seaboard, demolished the bases for the Fairfax Water Authority’s lawsuit against the City of Falls Church in re-direct testimony in the Fairfax Circuit Court today.
The Falls Church News-Press declared Democratic gubernatorial candidate Creigh Deeds the “clear winner” in a head-to-head debate with his GOP rival Bob McDonnell sponsored by the Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce this morning.