Kaine Cuts Will Cost F.C. Schools $465,825 Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine’s proposed overall seven percent cut in state aid to local public school districts in the coming year will cost Fairfax County $48 million, and for the City of Falls Church, the school district will get $465,825 less than expected, […]
Community Yard Sale Sleepy Hollow Manor will hold a community yard sale on June 14 from 8 a.m.—noon. In case of rain, the event will take place on June 21. Signs on Sleepy Hollow Rd. will direct visitors to the yard sale. Children clothing and toys as well as […]
March 20 – 26, 2008
Washington D.C. International Wine & Food Festival, Feb. 29 – March 2 at the Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Center, Washington D.C.
Linda J. Gammon , the band director at Carson Middle School, displays the Virginia Music Educator of the Year Award she received from the Virginia Music Educators Association. (Photo: Courtesy Linda J. Gammon)
Atlantic to Pitch $4.3 Million for 172 New Units Atlantic Realty’s ambitious plans for the development of a new Falls Church City Center on 5.2 acres of downtown property got a significant energy boost Monday when it was announced that a deal to include 172 affordable housing units has been […]
As one of the leaders of the Senate, I have been in Richmond this week with the newly-elected Senators while they attend New Member Orientation.
A reader e-mailed me for help in locating guaro, a sugar cane-based liquor from Costa Rica. “I saw a posting you made regarding … guaro. After trying it in Costa Rica, I have been trying to locate it here. I live in Florida, but travel to California frequently. Please let […]
Kurdish writer and director Jay Jonroy offers his new film, “David & Layla,” as a gift of hope for a world overwhelmed, at times, with war and ethnic tensions.
Richard K. Burns, 72, former Director of the Falls Church Public Library, died April 2 at Fairfax Hospital of leukemia. He was also being treated for lung cancer and emphysema.