F.C. Businesses Failed to Clear Sidewalks of Snow Editor, On my drive home from work Thursday night, January 29, I noticed two people walking out on Broad Street.
School Bus Driver Job Is Not an Easy One Editor, This letter is in response to the letter written by Merelyn Kaye about the “New Bus Schedule” for the City of Falls Church.
It seems like summer just began, and already it’s winding down. Public elementary schools on a modified calendar (including Glen Forest, Parklawn, and Annandale Terrace) began classes on Monday. Students on the modified Secondary School calendar (Glasgow Middle, Falls Church High, and J.E.B. Stuart High) will return to classes on […]
As gasoline prices pass $4 per gallon and begin to eat away at our well-being and the fabric of our civilization, the realization is slowly growing that indeed there is something we can do — slow down. Currently this concept has less than zero traction in Congress. Recent polls show […]
Falls Church’s City Hall “doesn’t have a tin ear,” an official told the News-Press yesterday, revealing that planning is underway to use an orderly detour system to ease traffic congestion on West Broad Street when two of its lanes will be closed for construction for up to two months, beginning […]
In childhood, a parental warning at this time of year was the threat of a lump of coal in your Christmas stocking if you didn’t behave. Now that most furnaces are gas, oil, or electric, there probably are fewer people who would still recognize a lump of coal, but it’s […]
Crossing our busy streets and highways safely is a priority in Fairfax County, for pedestrians, cyclists, and drivers. A tragic accident at Route 50 and Annandale Road in the early hours of Monday morning highlights once again the dangerous situations that confront drivers and pedestrians every day. Sadly, many of […]