The third time will be the charm for the Hekemian Company that finally found favor with the Falls Church City Council Monday with its latest plan for a large-scale, mixed use project, including 105 rental apartments, on the N. Washington St. site of the old Pearson Funeral Home. They plan […]
The father of State Sen. Mary Margaret Whipple, whose 31st District includes the City of Falls Church, died at age 94 in College Station, Texas, on January 14.
George C. Marshall High School senior Jacqueline Hargrove turned in a superior effort Friday night, winning three events, including a state-qualifying performance in the high jump. Hargrove started the day with a Liberty District-qualifying mark, and win, in the 55m dash. To bookend the performance, she ended the night by […]
, 86, a resident of the City of Falls Church with his wife Nancy for over 50 years, died in his sleep after a long illness October 29 at a home in Richmond where he and his wife moved recently to better accommodate his failing health. A funeral service is […]
One of the most successful techniques used by the right wing is creating shadow organizations designed to ape mainstream institutions in an effort to undermine them. By deceptively using scientific names and manipulating research, much of the public can’t tell the difference between the reputable groups and the reputed ones.
Simone LeBrun McCauley , a resident of Falls Church for nearly 70 years and the 1996 Mattie Gundry award winner, died October 1, 2006 of congestive heart failure. She was 94.
Says It ‘Deplores Discrimination’ in State Constitution “The Falls Church City Council opposes all discrimination based on immutable characteristics, including sexual orientation, and deplores any proposal to write such discrimination into the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Virginia.”
September 21 – 27, 2006