THE MAYOR OF FALLS CHURCH signed a proclamation at Monday’s City Council meeting commending the Medicine Shoppe at 109 W. Broad St. on the occasion of its 25th anniversary in business. Pharmacist Joe Smith, who began working here in 1955, opened the doors of his own Medicine Shoppe business in […]
Attention Beaujolais Nouveau revelers. Your infant wine will be a bit older this year.
The military mission in Iraq is not worthy of our soldiers’ sacrifice. That became even clearer after my latest visit to Iraq, a congressional delegation trip with Reps. Ellen Tauscher of California and Jon Porter of Nevada.
Falls Church Police Chief Harry Reitze announced four promotions August 6. These members of the department were recognized for their exemplary work promoting public safety. Pictured left to right: Joe Carter promoted to Corporal, Richard Campbell promoted to Lieutenant, Chief Harry Reitze, Michael Bunker, promoted to Corporal and Charles Carr […]
The George Mason High School academic team ended its season undefeated with an incontestable victory in this year’s state scholastic bowl championship held at the College of William and Mary last Saturday.
Touting an enormous potential for the future development of the City of Falls Church, a leading representative of the Akridge Company from Washington D.C. laid out a blueprint for moving forward at a special briefing to the City’s Economic Development Authority last week.
News Briefs for October 19 – 25
The Middle East, home to a third of the world’s oil production, is coming unglued in so many ways and in so many places that it is nearly impossible to track. One would have to be a complete fool, however, not to recognize one of the manifold costs of all […]