Many of us have experienced a balmy Caribbean day, relaxing in the shade of a palm tree and sipping a frosty Red Stripe beer.
It is sheer madness that Wall Street types insist some changes in the rules of accounting can turn around the global economy.
Six months ago in the News-Press‘ Summer 2008 Real Estate guide, seven realtors familiar with the Falls Church housing market shared their thoughts on the state of the market.
The congressional consensus on President Obama’s nearly $800 billion stimulus package achieved yesterday was overshadowed by the second of the new administration’s one-two punch opening salvo to stem the rapidly-disintegrating global economy.
Longtime Falls Church resident Elmer Leonard “Snake” Layman, 95 of New Market, Va. died Jan. 11 at Rockingham Memorial Hospital.
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.
Whereas the Crachits could hardly have contained their excitement at Scrooge’s gift of a large prize turkey, they would have been just fine with the lackluster Christmas goose – unlike in America, goose has been the norm for the Europeans, especially before the 16th century.
The hurricane that is the financial crisis blowing across our economy has left no one untouched.
While the Falls Church area has managed to escape the severity of the foreclosure crisis that plagues much of Northern Virginia today, the foreclosure market in the Greater Falls Church area still remains lucrative.
The phenomenally crowded vodka market doesn’t seem to be scaring off any would-be competitors. Barely a week goes by without the introduction of a new or new-to-the-U.S. brand.