Israel Independence Day – I was honored to have been invited to the official celebration of the 61st anniversary of the State of Israel last Wednesday in Washington.
F.C. Schools Benefactor Bob Wilden Dies Bob Wilden, 73, described as a man with a giant heart who searched around the City of Falls Church to find the best ways to donate his financial resources and persuade others to do likewise, died in his sleep early today (May 6).
McLean High’s Hedge Scores High on SAT Shefali Hegde, a junior at McLean High School, scored 2390 on the SAT.
The regional economy will slowly begin to recover later this year, and signs of a turn-around will become unmistakable by Labor Day 2010.
Two funerals occurred within the last week that brought home once again the rich political and cultural history of Arlington over the last half century or so.
Three interesting headlines lately point to the new direction that the Obama administration’s economic fundamentals will be taking the nation and the world.
Protecting the human rights of all people, no matter where they live, should continue to be a major component of U.S. foreign policy.
Last Saturday, we went to a luncheon at Arlington’s venerable Alpine Restaurant on Lee Highway to celebrate Vivian Kallen’s eightieth birthday.
Area Swimmers Move on to Regional Tournament At their AAA National Division Swim meets held last week, J.E.B. Stuart High School’s boys swim team claimed first place.
Nearing “crossover” with uncertainty Each year at roughly the mid-point in the General Assembly session,