Choose Your News
EVEN WITH THREATS of Hurricane Florence crashing the get-together, the Greenwich Street Block Party went off without a hitch for the 24th year in a... [Read More]
The Falls Church City Democratic Committee's monthly meeting will take place on Wednesday, Sept. 26, at 7:30 p.m. at the Community Center (223 Little Falls... [Read More]
gazing at her humans with those glimmering eyes, and waiting for her humans to return from work so she …... [Read More]
In her unaudited fourth quarter report for Fiscal Year 2018 that concluded on June 30 presented to the Falls Church City Council Monday, F.C. Director... [Read More]
5 p.m. in the school's Cafeteria. Interested customers are encouraged to spread the word to their friends and family members know that the Athletic Boosters... [Read More]
The sixth annual Teddy Bear 5K & 1K Walk/Run, the race where every runner receives a teddy bear when they cross the finish line, will... [Read More]
CITY RESIDENTS took to the streets for the 14th Annual Run for the Schools event this Sunday in support of the Falls Church Education Foundation.... [Read More]
A Florida man has been arrested after he was accused of filming up a woman's skirt at a Giant in Falls Church in June, according... [Read More]
Effective at the start of this year, Jan. 1, 2018, Virginia state inspection stickers should no longer be affixed to the bottom center of a... [Read More]
Food service is testing a hot breakfast buffet at 7:40 a.m at George Mason High School. The program began with the opening of the school... [Read More]
All Jessie Thackrey, Mt. Daniel and Thomas Jefferson parents are invited to the 11th Annual Fall Social on Friday, Sept. 21 at 7 p.m. The... [Read More]
Today, Yasmine Taeb, a new resident of the City of Falls Church, announced her campaign for the 2019 Democratic primary against incumbent State Sen. Dick... [Read More]
The 2018 Try Transit Week in Fairfax County kicked off this Monday with an event at Justice High School celebrating the Free Student Bus Pass... [Read More]
By Ray Carney Physical workplace is typically mentioned as one of the top three factors affecting performance and job satisfaction. Personnel costs significantly outweigh the... [Read More]
THE KENSINGTON FALLS CHURCH took top honors for its entire collection of foods by winning Best Menu at the Fall Festival this past Saturday. While... [Read More]
When it comes to outdoor art in public places, Falls Church's congressional representative, Don Beyer, is in hog heaven. Beyer's typical day is filled with... [Read More]
Absentee voting for the November midterm elections begins this Friday, Sept. 21, and this year, the Falls Church registrar's office where in-person voting can take... [Read More]
The chief public face of the 4.3-acre mixed-use Founders Row project came away hopeful that a final site plan approval will come from the Falls... [Read More]
This is the brief period in each recent year that the Falls Church News-Press comes to its readers and supporters to ask for financial support.... [Read More]
Once again, the issue comes down to the fundamental components of the most intimate and pervasive form of oppression by and large sanctioned and exercised... [Read More]