David Craig Welch, 42, recipient of the Falls Church Chamber of Commerce’s special James Elkin Humanitarian Award last spring for his Web site work to provide better information, awareness and communication among brain tumor victims, died Jan. 7 at the home of his mother in Annandale.
LONG-TIME FALLS CHURCH residents Steve and Annette Spector are responsible for this photograph of President and Mrs. Obama walking a portion of the Inaugural Parade route Tuesday afternoon. The Spectors also attended the “Busboys and Poets Inaugural Peace Ball,” where Falls Church florist Carol Beales of the Gallaria Florist provided […]
Moran Convenes Urgent Meeting Of Area Leaders Facing the loss of over 1,000 Northern Virginia county and local government jobs in the coming budget cycle, area officials are scrambling to prepare a response to the federal government’s massive stimulus package that will swiftly infuse a combination of funds and tax […]
Most Fairfax County voters know that, in Virginia, we have elections every year, just like clockwork.
Some people are clearly far more able to “be in the moment” than I often am, even as much as I try to, and even remind others to be.
Visiting Middle Schoolers Recount Inauguration Memories Sixteen middle school students from Santa Barbara, Calif., who spent six days sleeping at the Falls Church Presbyterian Church to cover the Presidential Inauguration as journalists, recounted their most profound Inauguration experiences gathered together at Anthony’s Restaurant last night before departing to fly back […]
Last Friday’s urgently-called special briefing by U.S. Rep. Jim Moran to local government leaders in his district, including Arlington and the City of Falls Church, was one of the most extraordinary public meetings in the memory of this newspaper.
The Rt. Rev. Peter James Lee, the bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia, made a personal appearance with the exiled Falls Church congregation of “continuing Episcopalians” Sunday at their temporary digs in the fellowship hall of the Falls Church Presbyterian Church.
Gordon Gekko’s greed creed is dead. The words that rang oh so true in the world of Major League Baseball have been proven completely and utterly worthless this offseason.
McLean Girls Basketball Racks up 2 Consecutive Wins With two victories last week, McLean High’s girls varsity basketball team brought their record to nine and five, four and two in the Liberty District.