The News-Press erred on its front page last week when it noted that the asking price for real estate in the commercial zones of downtown Falls Church have gone as high as $5 million an acre. Actually, there’s at least one parcel on Park Avenue, a third of an acre, […]
News Briefs for October 5 – 11, 2006
Stan Kasten, the new President of the Washington Nationals, picked a good day to address a luncheon at the prestigious National Press Club in downtown Washington, D.C., last week. A day before the closing weekend of the regular season, with rumors abounding about the fate of manager Frank Robinson, the […]
Brief news items from the Greater Falls Church area for the week of September 28.
The story broke the morning after Labor Day, when the Wall Street Journal ran a front-page piece reporting that Chevron along with two partners had announced the results of a major oil production test in the Gulf of Mexico. The partners Chevron, Statoil, and Devon Energy ran the test on […]
September 7 – 14, 2006
Area schools begin in earnest following Labor Day next week, and spokesmen for both Fairfax County and the City of Falls Church say they’re not worried that the General Assembly in Richmond adjourned before approving millions in additional funds they’re counting on for the coming school year.
Eco-Tourism is a growing trend in the United States. It is defined as “Responsible travel to natural areas that conserves the environment and improves the welfare of local people” by The International Ecotourism Society (www.ecotourism.org).
The mini-crises relating to oil production springing up during the last few weeks seem to have settled down for a while. There is a ceasefire in Lebanon.
A Congressional Record Statement in Remembrance of Falls Church City Manager Daniel E. McKeever.