The LOBs examination is finished! Fairfax County’s Lines of Business exercise was completed on Monday with County Executive Anthony Griffin and staff.
Editor: Your thought-provoking summertime editorial in which you propose a land and elected official swap with Fairfax County is fraught with concerns. But the premise is exactly right.
In childhood, a parental warning at this time of year was the threat of a lump of coal in your Christmas stocking if you didn’t behave. Now that most furnaces are gas, oil, or electric, there probably are fewer people who would still recognize a lump of coal, but it’s […]
Thanksgiving offers an opportunity to reflect and give thanks for many things. Faith, freedom, family, and food may top the list on Thursday, but a quick look around the community reveals a number of other items that deserve a thank you.
Wow! The voters spoke loudly last week, all across the nation. Was the White House listening? Fairfax County voters continued the tradition started in 2004 when Democratic Presidential candidate Senator John Kerry carried the county by more than 33,000 votes. The following year, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Tim Kaine won the […]
Has anyone not noticed there is an election on Tuesday? Every day brings some new revelation about campaigns, candidates, or suspected cover-ups, and it’s easy to gloat, or be cynical, depending on your perspective. Election handicappers tell us that 2006 is a watershed year, a mid-term election that has a […]
The late Ian Fleming’s super spy James Bond has taken on a patina of sophistication over the decades that makes most fans forget his humble origins.
Brief news items from the Greater Falls Church area for the week of September 21.
A Congressional Record Statement in Remembrance of Falls Church City Manager Daniel E. McKeever.