UPDATE: Pedestrian Dies in Hit and Run The victim in this crash died at 5:21 p.m. last night, November 7. The victim’s name is being withheld pending notification of next of kin. Fairfax Co. Police Seek Driver of Vehicle A 41-year-old Annandale man was struck by a vehicle on Friday, November 7 […]
The City of Falls Church’s Consolidated Plan for Housing and Community Development forFY2011-2015 and 2011 Action Plan will be available for review next week.
Beginning Monday, Nov. 9 in Tysons Corner, the service road of eastbound Route 7 between Pike 7 Plaza and the Koons GM car dealership will begin to close permanently.
The City of Falls Church Police Department and members of the Falls Church Police Association are lending their support to the 2009 United States Marines Corps Reserve’s Toys for Tots campaign.
East Fairfax County Turns Republican Radically bucking statewide patterns in Tuesday’s election, the City of Falls Church produced near two-to-one margins for Democrats in all the contested races on its ballot, contributing to the solid re-election of incumbent Democratic State Del. Jim Scott.
Noting that action could be completed by the end of December by a simple majority vote of the Falls Church City Council, the Council mulled at its work session this Monday moving the date of biennial City Council and School Board elections from the first Tuesday in May to the […]
F.C. Offers Settlement in Water Lawsuit Following a lengthy closed session Monday night, the F.C. City Council opened its public meeting and voted unanimously (Nader Baroukh absent) to authorize City Attorney John Foster to forward a settlement offer to Fairfax Water to resolve the current litigation process in the Fairfax […]
LIGHT DRIZZLE didn’t deter ghosts and goblins from making their rounds in Falls Church this Halloween to stock up on treats and do some tricking. (Photos: News-Press)
Sixty-eight years ago, the circumstances of Virginia Hansen Holmes’s life had her and her family on the constant run from the Japanese invasion of the Philippines.
Nhien Pho, 22, of Springfield knew she was proactive in her local Vietnamese-American community. What she didn’t know was that that same activism would land her on the front page of The Washington Post and peg her the poster child — literally — for the traveling Smithsonian exhibit, “Exit Saigon, […]