Falls Church’s Matthew Martz was 5 years old when he began tickling the ivories and humming beat for beat songs he’d only heard once before.
A Vegetarian Thanksgiving: Spare the Gobbler & Take a Stab at Tofurky
For healthier eating at the Thanksgiving smorgasbord or to let some turkeys see another day, a meat-free repast is easier than ever to bring home or enjoy out this Thanksgiving day
Iraq a Year Later: Our Man in Baghdad
While media scrutiny has focused attention on November polls for the next U.S. president, the war over the future of Iraq continues to consume lives and money.
Moving On: Point of Hope’s Hopeful Promise
Earlier this month, Capital Hospice invited the News-Press to its annual Point of Hope Camp, which took place Friday, Aug. 1 through Sunday, Aug. 3. This year Point of Hope set up at Camp Ramblewood, located in the green backwoods about an hour northeast of Baltimore, Md.
F.C. Mayor Urges Full Steam Ahead on Atlantic Realty’s City Center Plan
First Public Look At Major Effort Held on Tuesday Falls Church Mayor Robin Gardner urged a “full steam ahead” for advancing the approval process Tuesday after Atlantic Realty developers provided the public its first direct look at plans to launch its component of the City of Falls Church’s massive downtown […]
F.C. City Manager Dies After Bout With Cancer
The entirety of the City of Falls Church’s disproportionately large government and civic activist core was in a state of shock yesterday as news spread of the death Tuesday night of a truly nice guy and talented, steady-handed leader, City Manager Daniel E. McKeever. Flags were ordered in half-staff throughout […]