The House this week passed the Local Law Enforcement Hate Crimes Prevention Act, legislation extending federal hate crimes law to protect individuals targeted because of their sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or disability.
On Tuesday, April 14, at 2:30 p.m. I lost a trusted servant and great friend. I am still grieving.
Last Saturday, The Arlington Learning in Retirement Institute held its open house in the Jefferson condominium to introduce its course offering for the Spring 2009 semester.
Buoyed by the ruling of Fairfax Circuit Court Judge Randy Bellows last week that defectors from the Falls Church Episcopal Church do not have a right to the church’s endowment fund, Falls Church’s “Continuing Episcopalians” are now mulling how to put the fund’s approximately $750,000 to its intended work of […]
Letters to the Editor for the July 10 – 16, 2008 edition.
Lillian Allen Buschow, 87, resident of the City of Falls Church for the past 57 years, passed away on May 30, 2008 at the home of her son, Barry Buschow, of natural causes.
The second of the three-phase trial to determine ownership of church properties now occupied by defectors from the Episcopal Church got underway in Fairfax yesterday, this phase centered on the constitutionality of an 1867 Virginia law. At issue is who will eventually own and occupy the properties such as the […]
Famous Footwear has opened a new boutique concept store in Falls Church with more than 13,000 pairs of shoes from more than 80 top brands. The new store offers more comfortable seating, a central showcase of the latest trends, soft lighting, and lots of mirrors. Famous Footwear, operated by the […]
Tuesday marks Earth Day, the annual event reminding all Americans that a livable, sustainable world cannot be achieved without action. In the last year, the New Direction Congress has taken up that challenge, beginning to reverse the old, failed energy policies of the past, breaking ground on new measures to […]