Spring’s promise of hope was in the air as some 400 players ages 5 – 12 representing 35 teams joined with their families to launch the Falls Church Kiwanis Little Leagues’ 61st season on Saturday, April 18, at Westgate Park.
THE FALLS CHURCH EDUCATION FOUNDATION’S fifth annual gala and silent auction fundraiser held at the Westin Gateway in Arlington last Friday night.
The article, “The GOP Lockstep to Oblivion” by Nicholas F. Benton that appeared in your January 29, 2009 issue mischaracterizes Werner Erhard and est. Additional research has shown that there is no evidence that any corporations funded est, and there is no data that even suggests that Mr. Erhard had […]
5 Vying for 47th District Seat Debate in Arlington Five Democratic candidates, all seeking public office for the first time, squared off Tuesday in their race to win their party’s nomination on June 9 to fill the 47th State Delegate District seat being vacated by Del. Al Eisenberg.
Truth be told, it’s a problem unique to a small town. Faced with tough choices on budget cuts, the Falls Church City Council is up against a deadline and it seems bound to make someone unhappy.
Sadly the General Assembly rejected $125 million in federal money at the Reconvened Session.
Many Questions On Plan to Cut School Budget Editor, As the Chairperson of the Professional Educators Advisory Committee and the President of the Falls Church City Education Association, I am very confused by a few points regarding the city funding of the school budget.
News The Falls Church City Post Office’s retail services will move to the new building located at 800 W. Broad St. in Falls Church (the Flower Building) at the end of April or early May.
On Tuesday, April 14, at 2:30 p.m. I lost a trusted servant and great friend. I am still grieving.
Area Sports Roundup: Jaguar Boys Tennis Racks Up 1st Win; Statesmen Softball Goes 3 for 3 in Liberty District
Falls Church High Baseball (1-6): Rain forced the cancellation of games against Washington-Lee and Stuart to start the week.