The biggest misnomer in the Mark Foley fiasco is that his transgressions were caused by the closet. We hear that his career ended in tragedy because living in secrecy warps the mind and leads to sleaze on the sly. This, of course, is often true, as in the case of […]
Longtime F.C. Resident & Piano Teacher Evelyn Oltman Dies At 90
The Oltman family recently gathered in Falls Church with friends and neighbors to bury Evelyn Oltman in National Cemetery. She passed away at the age of 90, peacefully in her sleep in Evanston, Illinois.
F.C. Teachers Rally to Launch Start of New School Year
“The smarter you get, the happier you get.” That one-liner delivered by a Mt. Daniel School first grader via video to an auditorium filled with City of Falls Church school system teachers, staff and administrators Monday morning said it all.
News & Notes
The annual Mid-Atlantic Skate Series kicked off at Arlington’s new skate park on Wilson Blvd. Saturday. 100s took part in the event sponsored by Ledo Pizza. See this week’s edition for more news and notes from the Falls Church Community.
Editorial: No Virtue in NIMBYism
Frankly, we’re not the slightest bit engaged by the plight of well-to-do persons of privilege fighting to defend the pristine character of their residential neighborhoods.
Moran Tells F.C. Crowd Dems Poised to Take House in November
Democrats are in a solid position to reclaim control of the House of Representatives this November, and could also take control of the Senate, U.S. Rep. Jim Moran told a crowd gathered in Falls Church last Saturday morning at Stacy’s Coffee Shop.
A Penny For Your Thoughts: News of Greater Falls Church
Next Tuesday evening, August 1, hundreds of local residents will gather on street corners, at block parties, ice cream socials, and barbecues to celebrate National Night Out in Mason District and Fairfax County. National Night Out first was introduced in 1984, and communities across the nation adopted the first Tuesday […]