The article, “The GOP Lockstep to Oblivion” by Nicholas F. Benton that appeared in your January 29, 2009 issue mischaracterizes Werner Erhard and est. Additional research has shown that there is no evidence that any corporations funded est, and there is no data that even suggests that Mr. Erhard had […]
The regional economy will slowly begin to recover later this year, and signs of a turn-around will become unmistakable by Labor Day 2010.
5 Vying for 47th District Seat Debate in Arlington Five Democratic candidates, all seeking public office for the first time, squared off Tuesday in their race to win their party’s nomination on June 9 to fill the 47th State Delegate District seat being vacated by Del. Al Eisenberg.
Truth be told, it’s a problem unique to a small town. Faced with tough choices on budget cuts, the Falls Church City Council is up against a deadline and it seems bound to make someone unhappy.
Sadly the General Assembly rejected $125 million in federal money at the Reconvened Session.
It was a perfect Saturday night for a bridge raising – velvety black sky, warm spring temperatures, and no wind. Bright orange and white barrels, backed up by the flashing blue lights of police vehicles, punctuated the area now occupied by a 150 ton crane in the middle of Arlington […]
On Tuesday, April 14, at 2:30 p.m. I lost a trusted servant and great friend. I am still grieving.
Seldom ever have so many films among those nominated for “Best Picture” at the Oscars been set against or directly dealt with so many momentous historical events and realities of the recent past.
F.C. School Board Adopts $39.7 Million Budget The Falls Church School Board Tuesday night approved a $39.7 million budget for Fiscal Year 2010, coming in lower than the previous year’s number for the first time in the 60-year history of the system
President Obama’s State of the Union message Tuesday night focused directly on the interests of the American people in a way that hasn’t been heard in such an address this entire decade to date.