2 Belt-Tightening Moves Proposed For Capital Plan Reflecting trends throughout the region, the recent years’ explosive growth in real estate values in the City of Falls Church cooled dramatically during 2006, and a meager 3% growth will present major challenges as the annual budget for the coming fiscal year is […]
Author: Nicholas F. Benton
The Falls Church Planning Commission opened the New Year by turning its first official item of business into a pointed rejection of a City Hall advisory aimed at blunting a major commercial development project planned in the 800 block of W. Broad St.
There is a clear and distinct “good news/bad news story” for the City of Falls Church as it enters the coming annual budget cycle, but it remains lost on City Hall, at least for the time being.
The following was quipped on line by one pundit concerning the defection of the eight Virginia churches from the Episcopal Church to align with the anti-gay Archbishop Akinola of Nigeria last month:
“Bobby,” Showing at the DuPont 5 in Downtown D.C.
Food, Dancing & ‘Kid’s Alley’ Top List of Fun Stuff Temperatures are forecast to stay above 42 degrees under cloudy skies with no rain in the forecast for New Year’s Eve in downtown Falls Church Sunday night, perfect conditions for the annual “Watch Night” celebration that will take over the […]
Celebrities once again highlighted the annual Falls Church News-Press holiday party, which drew almost 200 friends of the paper to its 17th annual event last week.
December 28 – January 3, 2006
During 2006 in the City of Falls Church, an amazing thing happened. For want of a better phrase, we’ll call it “the first hint of critical mass.”
The word is that Narcissus has bought out the Time magazines on dozens of newsstands. In fact, that shiny front-page mirror depicting the “Person of the Year” has stirred a wide range of passions.