RICHMOND – Former U.S. President Bill Clinton was the keynote speaker at the Virginia Democratic Party’s annual Jefferson-Jackson Dinner here Saturday night, but his presence was eclipsed by a slugfest involving three candidates seeking their party’s nomination to run for governor later this year.
News Diener & Associates, CPAs (www.diener.org), John Rodock, Esq. of Ober | Kaler (www.ober.com) and Apple Federal Credit Union (www.applefcu.org) and have committed to Gold, Silver and Bronze Sponsorships respectively of the Falls Church Chamber of Commerce.
Marshall H.S. Hosts Curriculum ShowcaseGeorge C. Marshall High School will host its first Curriculum Showcase Night on Wednesday, Feb. 11 at 7 p.m. Students enrolled in grades 8-11 at Marshall are welcome to attend with their parents, along with citizens who reside in the Tysons Corner area.
In recognition of national day of service on the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day holiday, Jan. 19, area groups have rallied behind President-elect Barack Obama’s initiative and stepped up efforts to raise hope and wellbeing among Falls Church’s less fortunate.
‘Be the Change’ Club Adopts New Slogan George Mason High School‘s “Be the Change” Club may still live by the mantra “Don’t cross the line,” but its members have introduced a new saying: “Think before you speak.”
The fiscal health of our nation is hurting. But as badly as we have mismanaged the economy, however, we have been even worse trustees of the environment.
When signing for me a copy of his new book, “The Return of Depression Economics and the Crisis of 2008,” at Washington, D.C.’s National Press Club last week, Nobel Prize winning economist Paul Krugman scribbled, “To Nicholas, Don’t be depressed.”
McLean High School Winter Concert At 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 18, the McLean High School Orchestra is performing its Holiday Concert in the McLean Auditorium (1633 Davidson Road, McLean).
There’s a lot about Pope Benedict XVI not to like, but a so-called “prophecy” attributed to him this week by Italian Finance Minister Giulio Tremonti on the current global economic meltdown resonates with a lot of truth.
Revisions to F.C. City Center Plan Mulled Falls Church City Manager Wyatt Shields confirmed at the City Council meeting Monday that Atlantic Realty, which received approval earlier this year for the construction of a $315-million City Center project, is considering modifications to its originally-approved plan.