“Dine Out, Fight AIDS,” Restaurant Benefit for Food and Friends, Thursday, March 6, all day at participating locations.
When it comes to the proposed Falls Church City Center project, it really comes down to mathematical calculations. That is, if you are operating with the assumption that maintaining the autonomy of an independent City of Falls Church is worth fighting for.
This is the City of Falls Church’s finest hour. Over the course of the next two months, the City Council will achieve a result of historic and nationally-significant proportions. It will execute the creation of a new City Center, realizing visions and dreams that local leaders were never able to […]
ESTIMATED AS THE LARGEST turnout yet for a New Year’s Eve “Watch Night” fete in downtown Falls Church Monday, mobs of happy children and adults, alike, partook of a wide array of games and activities, or listened to good music, as the onset of 2008 approached. When midnight came, a […]
Never in the 17-year experience of this newspaper has the fate of the City of Falls Church been more precarious than it is right now. While most folks are going about their holiday business and not paying attention to the affairs of their local government, key leaders at City Hall […]
“A Christmas Carol,” by Charles Dickens, performed by the Synetic Theatre, Rosslyn Spectrum, Preview Friday, Nov. 23, Opening Night Saturday, Nov. 24.
Fitness Trainer Slides Face First For Olympic Shot Tom Abbey grew up in Buffalo, New York, so he’s no stranger to sledding head-first down snow banks. But, technically, he’s never competed in the event he hopes will qualify him for the 2010 Olympics.
Chamber Leaders Urge F.C. to Cut Business Taxes The City of Falls Church’s business community was struck this week by a report from the local Chamber of Commerce executive director Sally Cole that five small retail businesses and franchises have either closed, are moving out of the City, or […]
‘Taste of Falls Church’ and Fall Festival, outside the Falls Church Community Center, 223 Little Falls St., Saturday, Sept. 15, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
An editorial in last week’s News-Press proposing a swap of assets and real estate between the City of Falls Church and Fairfax County drew strong reactions this week from quarters on both sides of the jurisdictional boundaries.