2024-06-19 1:26 PM

Falls Church Post Office Prepares Move Up Broad Street

Making way for Falls Church’s new City Center project, whenever that may come, most of the functions at Falls Church’s historic 301 W. Broad St. post office site will soon be relocated five blocks west to the new Art Noveau-inspired “flower” building at 800 West Broad.

F.C.-Kiwanis Little League Report

Class A Games   Express vs. Mudcats — The Express played exceptionally well as they shut out the Mudcats 8-0. The offense was led by Armando Marquez, who hit a solid double while going 3-for-3 with an RBI, and Jacob Lusk, who also banged out three hits on three trips to the plate with an […]

With Larger Hotel, F.C. City Center Will Fly With Council

Reports Council Near Unanimous For Thumbs Up A light bulb went off in the head of Atlantic Realty’s Adam Shulman last week that has apparently provided a workable solution to key nagging concerns about the developer’s Falls Church City Center proposal.

Mason High

IT WAS A RARE STANDING ROOM ONLY event at the George Mason High School auditorium last Thursday night as students of the symphonic, concert, contract bands, the Mason Jazz group, Drums, brass and saxophone ensembles and the chorus all shone forth with virtuoso performances, on key. (News-Press photos)

Delegate Scott’s Richmond Report

Falls Church and Northern Virginia winners For many years, I-495 was the demarcation line between Republican and Democratic elected officials. No more. November’s election reduced Republican hold on Northern Virginia state Senate seats by 2. Now there is only one Republican Senator in Loudoun, Prince William and Fairfax Counties—Fairfax Senator Ken Cuccinelli, who was declared […]

School News and Notes

Falls Church Students Clean-Up It was a rainy Friday afternoon, but that didn’t deter the students and parents from the Haycock Elementary School in Falls Church. The Pimmit Run Clean-Up Program, part of the Haycock Community Outreach Program, would go on rain or shine.

Jim Moran

Nearly three years ago, the bipartisan 9/11 Commission submitted its 41 recommendations to Congress on how to better protect America from terrorism.