When it comes right down to it, housing is one of the most important social issues of ours or any time. The ability of a family, or of any individual, to have a roof overhead, a place to call home, is an indispensable component of an industrious, progressive society. It […]
Community News & Notes
Robert Rector (Right), a Falls Church resident, has a featured role in the American Century Theater’s upcoming production of the legendary MacBird! by Barbara Garson. Rector plays President John F. Kennedy in the Production. (PHOTO: Courtesy Jeffery Bell Check out more news & notes inside this week!
Helen Thomas: Izzy Stone: From Iconoclast To Icon
WASHINGTON — A brilliant biography of the controversial newspaper columnist I.F. Stone — whose career spanned most of the historical highlights of the 20th century — resonates with the political scene today.
The Peak Oil Crisis: The Word Begins to Spread
The world oil situation is quiet at the moment. Oil prices have dropped to their lowest level in 15 weeks due to the lack of any imminent geopolitical threats or looming hurricanes. The Iranian nuclear enrichment situation seems to be on hold for awhile as the US can’t convince China, […]
Brief news items from the Greater Falls Church area for the week of September 7.
Falls Church City Crime Report
Crime Report for August 22-September 4, 2006
September 7 – 14, 2006
Poll Finds ‘Surprising’ Unity Of Americans, Europeans
LONDON – Conventional wisdom has it that Europeans and Americans disagree on just about everything, from how to deal with terrorism to whether George Bush should be president of the United States.
A Race Vs. Time to Get GMHS
After unexpectedly unearthing a bevy of debris combined with a wet weekend due to the remnants of Hurricane Ernesto, workers are racing the clock to finish the new artificial FieldTurf renovations at George Mason High School prior to the varsity football team’s home opener against J.E.B. Stuart this Friday night.
Small Lot, Small House
F.C. Council Mulls New ‘Sub-Standard Lot’ Housing Fix Shunning previous attempts to tinker with property rights, the Falls Church City Council gained an informal consensus at a work session Tuesday night to an entirely new approach to limit oversized residential development on small lots in the City.