Last week the International Energy Agency (IEA) in Paris released their annual report on the state of the world’s energy resources — World Energy Review 2008.
America has dug itself into the deepest hole it has been in since 1860 when the dispute over slavery reached its zenith.
Against the backdrop of the Virginia Railway Express’s station at Backlick Road yesterday, Sharon Bulova, who is also the current vice chair of the Fairfax Board of Supervisors, announced her candidacy for board chair, ending months of speculation that the Democratic supervisor intended to replace outgoing chair, Congressman-elect Gerry Connolly.
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.
National economic woes have come to the Commonwealth. Although Virginia’s economy is in better shape than in many other states, we are not immune to current trends.
Arrest Made in F.C. Murder Case A Fairfax County police investigation into the Sept. 25 murder of Genevieve Paulette Orange led to the arrest yesterday of Mark Erik Lawlor, 43, a resident in the same apartment complex as Orange at 6166 Leesburg Pike.
Key Questions in Providing Special Needs Editor, As a citizen of Falls Church City since 1995, I feel compelled to respond to the numerous letters specific to special education services.
In the intense global competition among current and emerging superpowers, it is clear to almost all parties involved that the development of science and technology, and the cultivation of “human capital” through mass education and training in those and other disciplines, will determine how things play out.
As world oil production has never peaked before, there is no historical basis for making informed judgments as to what is going to happen.
But Requires Optimism from Its Lenders The Akridge Company, the highly-regarded Washington, D.C., development company, came to City Hall in Falls Church this week confirming its eagerness to build a large, mixed-use project in the teeth of the current housing downturn, and cautiously optimistic that it can sell 150 condominiums.