Each November, hundreds of county elected officials gather in Bath County for the Virginia Association of Counties’ (VACO) annual conference. The two-day meeting gives county Supervisors an opportunity to hear from each other about common issues of concern, as well as meet with state officials in preparation for the upcoming […]
Democrats Prevail “We made history tonight,” exclaimed Governor Tim Kaine on Tuesday night as Democrats regained a majority in the state Senate.
Last Saturday evening, we went out to the Hilton Alexandria Mark Center for the Eighth Congressional District’s Fifteenth Annual Kennedy-King Dinner.
WASHINGTON — President Bush has good reason to worry about his legacy.
I don’t know about you, but when Labor Day comes around, it always seems like a New Year to me. All those years of school, I guess!
The Falls Church City Council reconvened its regular Monday business meeting last night, picking up on a discussion of a proposed change in the City Charter that could give City Hall wider flexibility in expending General Operating Budget funds. The idea came from the City’s Chief Financial Officer John Tuohy […]
Brief tidbits of news from the Greater Falls Church area concerning govermental issues, including: Thorpe Asks Council to Mull New School Budget Policy Falls Church City Attorney Roy Thorpe Monday proposed to the F.C. City Council that it consider a charter change that would have a profound impact on how […]
Animals are much in the news lately. Inevitably that seems to bring out lots of controversy as well as word play – something that happens in the General Assembly frequently.
As fall approaches legislators and candidates begin to focus on the issues that they hope will be on the top of the legislative agenda for January 2008.
James W. Holsinger’s controversial nomination for U.S. Surgeon General never made much sense. The last thing Bush’s shattered presidency needed was another battle on Capitol Hill at a time when support for the war in Iraq was eroding among key Senators.