Fals Church City Crime Report for the week of July 1 – 7, 2008.
You’ve been to the beach. You’ve seen New York City. Now let the News-Press show you some attractive alternatives to the usual summer hot spots just a short drive away.
This Tuesday, July 1, hundreds of new laws passed during the 2008 General Assembly session became effective. Perhaps first on the list for some, if you like sangria, then you are in luck because that wine and liquor blend can now be legally served in pitchers in Virginia restaurants.
John Hiatt has been recording songs for 35 years and writing them for 45. By his own admission, most of those tunes have fallen squarely into the category of love songs. However, even after all those years of firsthand experience, when asked what exactly comprises a good love song, Hiatt […]
Fairfax Police Arrest 3 for Armed Robbery Three people have been charged in connection with an armed robbery and assault that took place Sunday, June 29, at 1:50 a.m. near the intersection of Patrick Henry Drive and Arlington Boulevard.
Reader Alert! Be forewarned that much of the following is pure plagiarism, taken from the ArlingtonArtsletterOnline. Sorry about that, but the list of things to do in Arlington during the next month underline one of the main themes of this column: that Arlington is a remarkably cohesive yet diverse community. […]
FALLS CHURCH, VA. – On Tuesday, July 1, 2008, the Falls Church City Council inaugurated Robin S. Gardner to her third term and Nader Baroukh and Lawrence Webb to their first terms. They were elected by Falls Church City voters on May 6, 2008 for terms that run July 1, […]
City Implements Holiday Schedule for July 4 The following City of Falls Church services will be closed on July 4: City Hall, Community Center, Courts, DMV Select Office, Mary Riley Styles Public Library, Schools, Senior Center and Sheriff’s Office. The George Local Transit Service will not run, and there will […]
By a 39-0 vote, with Ken Cuccinelli (R-Fairfax) not voting, the Virginia State Senate passed legislation yesterday to repeal the unpopular abusive driver fees that went into effect last July. Adding a sense of urgency, an emergency clause was added to the bill to ensure the repeal would go into […]
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