RICHMOND – Former U.S. President Bill Clinton was the keynote speaker at the Virginia Democratic Party’s annual Jefferson-Jackson Dinner here Saturday night, but his presence was eclipsed by a slugfest involving three candidates seeking their party’s nomination to run for governor later this year.
F.C. Town Hall Meeting on Budget Feb. 12 The City of Falls Church announced that a town hall-style public meeting to air issues and concerns with the coming budget cycle will be held Thursday, Feb. 12, at the Falls Church Community Center, 223 Little Falls St., at 6:30 p.m.
Fairfax Race for Sups’ Chair May Be a Squeaker Buoyed by a strong endorsement from the man she’s running to succeed, Fairfax County Board Chair candidate Sharon Bulova is favored to win next Tuesday’s special election, but a low voter turnout could throw the outcome into doubt.
The lights are out and the doors are locked again in the vacant 360 S. Washington St. office building in downtown Falls Church, as it awaits demolition.
The delayed fulfillment of a dream interrupted by assassins’ bullets in 1968 was realized 40 years later with the resounding and epochal victory of President-elect Barack Obama this week.
Warner, Moran, Connolly Rout GOP Rivals President-elect Barack Obama’s epochal victory Tuesday included carrying Virginia for a Democratic presidential candidate for the first time since 1964.
Who can blame John McCain and Sarah Palin for saying that Barack Obama is “palling around with terrorists?” The GOP ticket is bombing so badly that they must blow up the race to have a shot at winning.
Eclipsing even the most memorable performances at the Beijing Olympics, the record-smashing achievements of Michael Phelps and Usain Bolt and the breathtaking opening and closing ceremonies, was the grand and triumphant appearance of Sen. Teddy Kennedy at Monday’s opening night at the Democratic National Convention in Denver.
Whatever folks are planning to do this Labor Day Weekend, it should be in the spirit of taking a deep breath while summoning energy for an incredible two-month sprint that will begin on Tuesday.
Falls Church and its environs sit square in the middle of the battleground where the ultimate outcome of the November U.S. presidential election will be fought with virtual hand-to-hand combat.