Our citizenry harbors an unquantifiable demand for a special nostalgic item: souvenirs in the form of now-removed street signs for the old Lee Highway.
Yes, it is another ceremonial hard-hat donning and shiny shovel in the pre-placed dirt pile combination media photo-op and community wide celebration that is scheduled for this morning (May 19) in the City of Falls Church, this one signaling commencement the biggest project yet, the 10 acres where the City’s old high school used to sit.
2022 has been an unusual legislative year so far. The General Assembly adjourned sine die on March 12 without a final budget and with 70 bills hanging unfinished- which means no final action in the form of a conference report or a floor vote. This is a remarkable incomplete workload.
Just when you wonder if generosity has been replaced by selfishness or monetizing everything (as many comments on social media seem to imply), something happens that restores your faith in humanity, and the values treasured by generations preceding us. In recent weeks, multiple examples of philanthropy have reflected that generosity, indeed, is alive and well in Fairfax County and Northern Virginia.
The long-feared (by some) invasion of duplexes into Arlington’s single-family enclaves is shaping up as a minor incursion.
Following on the frightening lockdown false alarm that occurred at Falls Church’s Meridian High and adjacent Henderson Middle School last week, Falls Church Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Peter Noonan and Falls Church City Police Chief Mary Gavin held a debriefing this week with results that were swiftly communicated to the entire City schools staff.
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It’s been nearly 50 years since the Roe v. Wade decision. It appears the U.S. Supreme Court is on the verge of overturning this landmark judgement. Clearly this has been a carefully orchestrated Republican plan to turn back the clock for women and their reproductive freedom. Holding the line in Virginia for a woman’s right to choose is a battle we will continue to fight for.
marked-up” the FY 2023 budget last week in preparation for adoption at its May 10 Board meeting. The budget includes a three-cent reduction in the real estate tax rate, from $1.14 per $100 valuation to $1.11, fully funds the School Board’s request, and grants a 4.01 percent Market Rate Adjustment for county employee salaries
The county’s newest co-location experiment is beckoning on the American Legion site at 3445 Washington Blvd.