THE ANNUAL BANQUET of the Falls Church Chamber of Commerce brought out a star-studded crowd of Falls Church celebrities at the Clarendon Ballroom last Saturday night.
F.C. Names New Planning Department Chief Suzanne Cotellessa, a certified planner, zoning administrator and arborist, has been selected as the General Manager of the City of Falls Church Department of Developmental Services, which covers planning, zoning and urban forestry functions.
The McCain campaign descended in the last week from nastiness toward an almost cartoon-like caricature of reality, in the face of massive social and economic dissembling caused by its political and Wall Street friends simply too big for it to handle.
The second installment of Fairfax County’s Lines of Business (LOBs) review on Monday focused on public safety services, which are maintained around the clock in the county.
Nicholas F. Benton is the owner and Editor-In-Chief of the Falls Church News-Press. He may be emailed here.
Eighteen-year-old senior at J.E.B. Stuart High School Hallie Colegrove may have the potential to be the next Barbara Walters, but says that journalism isn’t something she wishes to pursue as a future career.
Patrick Hanley, son of Secretary of the Commonwealth Kate Hanley, was due to arrive at the Bethesda Military Hospital yesterday or today, following a severe injury suffered as a member of the U.S. Military in Iraq last Sunday.
A series of aggressive measures aimed at shoring up and improving the effectiveness of the City of Falls Church’s Police Department were presented at the City Council meeting Tuesday night.
Reitze Named City of F.C. Chief of Police Acting Chief of Police Harry Reitze was named Tuesday the Chief of Police of the City of Falls Church effective yesterday, according to a release from the office of City Manager Wyatt Shields. Following the retirement of Chief Robert Murray last fall, […]
WASHINGTON — Former CIA director George Tenet, one-time keeper of some of the nation’s biggest secrets, has spilled some of the goods in his $4 million memoirs.