“Dine Out, Fight AIDS,” Restaurant Benefit for Food and Friends, Thursday, March 6, all day at participating locations.
In basketball jargon, “the team that rules the paint, rules the game.”
The challenge of being P.C. refers in this case, not to “political correctness,” but to the Planning Commission, Falls Church’s to be specific. The Planning Commission is reviewing the ambitious Atlantic Realty-City of Falls Church City Center Plan this month after a unanimous, preliminary vote of approval by the City […]
The House passed an economic stimulus package this week. The deal, brokered by Speaker Pelosi and Minority Leader Boehner, in concert with President Bush, provides a timely, temporary and targeted boost to the U.S. economy in order to avoid a looming recession or lessen its impact.
Former long-time Falls Church City resident Joan Miers died in Emporia, Virginia, on Jan. 13. Four of her’s and surviving husband Donovan Miers’ children went through the Falls Church school system, including two still living, Linda Fauteux of Herndon and Jeff Miers of Chantilly. Services were held last Saturday at […]
This week, the House will vote yet again to override the President’s veto of low income children’s health insurance, the revised, bipartisan SCHIP (State Children’s Health Insurance Program) bill (H.R. 3963).
D.C. Restaurant Week, January 14 – 20 at Participating Restaurants
This is the City of Falls Church’s finest hour. Over the course of the next two months, the City Council will achieve a result of historic and nationally-significant proportions. It will execute the creation of a new City Center, realizing visions and dreams that local leaders were never able to […]
There are two factors that are integral in the increasingly ridiculous tangle that constitutes the on-street parking policy in the City of Falls Church. In recent years, the City has succumbed to a mish-mash of parking restrictions ranging from two to four hour limits, to permit parking only and, now, […]
Falls Church and Northern Virginia winners For many years, I-495 was the demarcation line between Republican and Democratic elected officials. No more. November’s election reduced Republican hold on Northern Virginia state Senate seats by 2. Now there is only one Republican Senator in Loudoun, Prince William and Fairfax Counties—Fairfax Senator […]