Barbara H. Anderson, an owner of Anderson Moving and Storage in Falls Church, died Monday, Feb. 11 in Annandale, Va.
The City of Falls Church’s appointed citizen volunteer Planning Commission is expected to vote its recommendations this Monday regarding the large, mixed-use City Center plan, given unanimous preliminary approval by the City Council last month.
February 14 – 20, 2008
U.S. REP. JIM MORAN, whose 8th District of Virginia includes the City of Falls Church, came before the F.C. City Council Monday night to provide an overview of what’s going on in Washington, his legislative priorities, and to listen to City officials’ requests for federal support. To his immediate right […]
The City of Falls Church’s historic opportunity to turn nine acres of blight in its central commercial district into a glistening, vibrant new main street with a hotel, a supermarket, retail, office and residential components, remains on track for a final approval by the City Council on Feb. 28. Assuming […]
The News-Press reiterates its error made two editions ago which reported that a Barack Obama rally was being organized for Cherry Hill Park in Falls Church on Feb. 10. No such rally is scheduled.
PROSPECTIVE CANDIDATES for the City of Falls Church municipal election in May were invited by the Citizens for a Better City (CBC) to meet the public last Friday night at Stacy’s Coffee Parlor. Announced candidates who showed included (left to right): School Board incumbent Joan Wodiska, Council candidate Lawrence Webb, […]
The Trinity School at Meadow View Barber Shop Chorale sold 250 tickets to the NHL Capitals versus Thrashers game in order to sing the National Anthem Feb. 2 at the Verizon Center in Washington D.C. Notably, the boys exceeded the 100 ticket base requirement to perform. (Photo: Karen Hammond)
Clarke Drubbing Serves as Lowlight On Thursday, Jan. 31 the Geoge Mason High School boys varsity basketball team secured a key home victory over Madison County to improve to 5-2 and vault into second place in the Bull Run District. On Tuesday, Feb. 5 that momentum came to a […]
January 31 – February 6, 2008