CULMINATING THEIR GRADUATION ceremony at Constitution Hall in downtown Washington, D.C. last week, the 152 graduates of Falls Church’s George Mason High School did their traditional hat-toss after all the diplomas were handed out. All that was left to do at that point was to form lines to ring the […]
OKs Pitch for $25 Million of Fed Stimulus Something seemed finally to click late Monday night, causing the Falls Church City Council to go within a matter of minutes from a 3-3 deadlock to a 6-0 unanimous decision to approve making an ambitious bid for $25 million in federal stimulus […]
Many citizens of the City of Falls Church may think of their community as a warm, welcoming place, but that perception is not held by those who live just outside its borders.
F.C. Council Votes to Hike GEORGE Fares The Falls Church City Council voted unanimously to permit an increase in fares for the use of the scaled-back GEORGE bus system from 50 cents now, to $1.35 per trip as of July 6, or $1.25 per trip using a SmarTrip pass.
The Falls Church City Council voted unanimously to permit an increase in fares for the use of the scaled-back GEORGE bus system from 50 cents now, to $1.35 per trip as of July 6, or $1.25 per trip using a SmarTrip pass.
F.C. Council Unanimously OK’s Ambitious $25 Million Federal Grant Bid to Offer City as Innovative ‘Green Laboratory’
The Falls Church City Council voted unanimously tonight to submit an ambitious unsolicited bid for $25 million in federal stimulus money to transform the City’s 2.2 square miles and 11,400 citizens into a “learning laboratory” for emerging green technologies, with the goal of becoming a net-zero energy community by 2050. […]
ON TUESDAY, JUNE 2, J.E.B. Stuart High School held its graduation ceremony on the school’s athletic field in Falls Church. (Photos: Peter Flint)
Rockin’ Blues delighted Falls Church residents last weekend as part of the locally-held “Tinner Hills Blues Festival: A Tribtute to John Jackson,” featuring live musical entertainment, historic displays, carnival games and more.
Jeanette “Jan” M. Smith, an art teacher for Falls Church elementary schools from 1957 – 1975, died peacefully on June 4, 2009 at her residence at Westminster at Lake Ridge in Woodbridge, Va. She was 90 years old.
Gary Loewenthal’s Worldwide Vegan Bake Sale – a week-long initiative of more than 75 bake sales across four continents and at least 12 U.S. States running from June 20 till 28 – started with humble intentions, and very modest efforts.