Elmo L. Stanley died on Saturday, September 13, 2008 at Greenspring Village in Springfield, VA. from complications of lung cancer.
Last F.C. Sunset Cinema Hits Cherry Hill Park The last fifth annual Sunset Cinema in the Park screening, “Horton Hears a Who,” is this Friday, Sept. 26 outside at Cherry Hill Park (312 Park Ave., Falls Church).
Hopefully the weather will be perfect this Saturday for the third annual Taste of Falls Church, being held in conjunction with the City’s annual Falls Festival, in the parking lot behind City Hall.
Slated to set up his Virginia headquarters in the City of Falls Church by 2009, Thomas Sawner, Chief Officer of Educational Options, Inc., best known as EdOptions, looks forward to building “a long relationship” with the Falls Church community.
Product diversification is becoming more commonplace in the beverage world. And, we’re speaking not just of what’s in the bottle, but where it is produced.
“Artisanal” is the buzzword along the stalls at Falls Church City’s weekly farmers market.
Nearly 50 years ago, inside an old-time white framed building, Molly Vick founded the McLean Arts Center and McLean School of Ballet and Jazz. After five decades of serving as a hub for the arts in Northern Virginia, the center will close on June 1 due to the unavailability […]
The City of Falls Church’s Economic Development Authority (EDA) will host a forum on “Economic Development Questions Surrounding the Charter Referendum” next Wednesday, April 23, at the F.C. Community Center at 7 p.m.
They’re taking off the gloves in the whiskey wars, if what I saw at the recent annual Whisky Live event in New York City was any indicator.
In a series of six unanimous votes, the City Council gave final approval to the $317 million, nine-acre City Center development project that involves a unique and complex set of agreements between Atlantic Realty Company, the Falls Church Economic Development Authority and the City of Falls Church. The developers anticipate […]