Culminating Virginia’s year-long celebration of its 400 years since the founding of Jamestown, the City of Falls Church will again host a “Watch Night” fete in its downtown on New Year’s Eve. The ninth annual event has taken on the character of yet another significant Falls Church tradition since its […]
Tons of Revenue, But Needs Better Design, It Says A new plan to bring an upscale Hilton Garden Inn to the blossoming West Broad Street corridor central to the City of Falls Church met with unexpected enthusiasm from the F.C. City Council and Planning Commission Monday.
Anticipating a significant rent increase due to the sale of the 803 W. Broad St. building where it is currently located, the Falls Church School Board signed a lease for 8,000 square feet in a new building across the street that will begin construction soon. The new building on the […]
October 18 – 24, 2007
August 16 – 22, 2007
Falls Church’s City Hall “doesn’t have a tin ear,” an official told the News-Press yesterday, revealing that planning is underway to use an orderly detour system to ease traffic congestion on West Broad Street when two of its lanes will be closed for construction for up to two months, beginning […]
While giving preliminary approval to modifications in the City of Falls Church’s Comprehensive Plan to allow for the new City Center Redevelopment, the City Council let planners know they were not pleased with a plan to plop a “multi-modal transportation center” onto the current location of Brown’s Hardware.
April 26 – May 2, 2007
March 29 – April 1, 2007
“We’ve been around long enough to know that we have no idea what to expect,” Politicks guitarist Mike Trella says of the band’s future following the upcoming release of its new LP Two Coffees, One Juice.