Falls Church, VA, — The Falls Church Housing Corporation (FCHC) briefed the F.C. City Council tonight on its plans to file for Virginia Housing Development Authority (VHDA) tax credits by the May 14 filing deadline with a scaled back plan to put 120 to 130 affordable housing units on downtown […]
Larceny from Building, Kaiser Permanente, 201 N Washington St., between March 19 and March 24, unknown person(s) stole victim’s cell phone and made unauthorized calls out of country. Larceny from Vehicle, Universe Motors, 900 S Washington St., March 25, 4:30 p.m., unknown person(s) stole a dealer tag from the establishment. […]
Drunkenness, 1200 blk. W Broad St., March 19, 12:17 a.m., police arrested a male, 47, of Alexandria, VA for DIP.
Credit Squeeze Hits F.C. Affordable Housing Effort Reporting to the Falls Church City Council at its work session Tuesday, leaders of the Falls Church Housing Corporation (FCHC) said that the global economic downturn, and the U.S. banking and credit crisis, has stalled progress on obtaining financing for their City Center […]
One of the largest pieces of legislation in U.S. history was enacted this week when the President signed the American Economic Recovery Package.
News NASA Federal Credit Union has purchased the Whitner Jackson Building at 1130 W. Broad Street. NASA Federal Credit Union offers membership opportunities to the employees of NASA as well as employees of our many approved select employee groups and members of approved Associations.
Metro is facing a crisis and quick action by the U.S. Department of Treasury is needed to avert sending the economic and commuter transit system that drives our economy into bankruptcy.
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.
While waiting to find out how many million barrels of daily oil production OPEC says it will cut, it’s a good time to review the financial-energy situation as the two are now inextricably linked.
Last week, thousands of phone calls, letters and emails came into my office and those of my colleagues–so many that House websites crashed more than once.