65-Vote Edge Ousts 17-Year Vet Delegate Democratic primary voters in the 38th State Assembly District chose change over 17 years of legislative seniority Tuesday, handing Fairfax School Board member Kaye Kory a narrow 65-vote margin for a startling upset victory over incumbent Bob Hull.
Over 100 guests showed up last Sunday, among them the who’s who of Falls Church, to celebrate the 45-year career of Annette Spector, who announced her retirement as executive director of the Falls Church-based Diagnostic and Educational Resources, Inc.
Longtime Falls Church resident John J (Jack) Kane, a career scientist at the Office of Naval Research, passed away May 31 at the age of 88. He lived most recently in Richmond.
Creigh Deeds’ believes he has the best chance to win against the Republican nominee, current Virginia Attorney General Bob McDonnell. After all, he proved he was McDonnell’s match by coming within 360 votes, out of two million cast, of beating him in ‘05.
A new, compelling tradition for the City of Falls Church was launched last summer with the first Tinner Hill Blues Festival, drawing blues aficionados from throughout the region to Cherry Hill Park and other venues for two days of great and historic music and performers.
Once again, Northern Virginia promises to play a decisive role in a statewide Virginia election.
F.C. Council Rejects Fairfax Settlement Offer, Makes Counter-Offer Emerging from an hour-long closed session Monday night, the Falls Church City Council convened in public session and voted immediately on a motion by Councilman Lawrence Webb and seconded by Councilman David Snyder “to reject the counter-offer from the Fairfax County Water […]
CANCER SURVIVORS AND FIGHTERS ALIKE joined family and friends for the 2009 Falls Church Relay for Life fundraising event last weekend.
Two Falls Church-area high school musical productions, George C. Marshall’s spring show, “Company,” and George Mason’s “Brigadoon,” performed last fall, were nominated for multiple Cappies awards, and the winners will be announced this Sunday …
Emerging from an hour-long closed session tonight, the F.C. City Council convened in public session and voted immediately on a motion by Councilman L. Webb and seconded by Councilman D. Snyder “to reject the counter-offer from the Fairfax County Water Authority…as stated in its letter dated May 21, 2009, and […]