After 17 years, the lengthiest term of service in the history of the Falls Church Chamber of Commerce, its executive director Sally Cole has officially tendered her resignation in a letter to the Chamber board released this afternoon
Author: Nicholas F. Benton
It is the year for the re-election of Falls Church’s representative to the Virginia House of Delegates, a role the young Del. Marcus Simon has filled with great distinction since taking the slot over from the late Del. Jim Scott in 2014.
A looming conundrum ahead of the City Council’s fall election was averted Wednesday evening, when one prospective Falls Church School Board candidate decided to run for Council instead.
Honestly, I didn’t expect the revelations and insights that have come to me personally by virtue of witnessing the Trump presidency in its totality and especially by its exclamation point, the January 6 sacking of the nation’s Capitol building by thousands of domestic terror cultists.
The News-Press has confirmed Monday that Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam will be the commencement speaker at an outdoor, in-person graduation event at George Mason High School on Wednesday, June 2 at 10 a.m.
Solid Democratic majorities in both the House of Delegates and Senate, as well as in the Governor’s Mansion, spelled a whole new environment in Richmond earlier this year.
At 42 acres, it may be only half the size of the original Disneyland, but there’s no reason why it couldn’t rival that magic 66-year-old Southern California destination as the one the happiest places on Earth.
“The loss of life and injuries suffered by Israelis and Palestinians are a heartbreaking tragedy. All parties must de-escalate, negotiate a ceasefire as soon as possible, and end this cycle of violence. The United States should use every available lever to make this happen.”
Falls Church City Public Schools School Board unanimously approved a $53.6 million operating budget for the Fiscal Year 2022 commencing July 1 at its meeting Tuesday night.
Falls Church City Manager Wyatt Shields called the City Council’s adoption of modifications to the City’s noise ordinance made this Monday “more than many other communities do” to provide for outdoor entertainment.