Mayor: Cost of Fairfax Designs Will Be Steep City of Falls Church Mayor Robin Gardner, while saying she was “disappointed” by a federal judge’s decision last week to dismiss the City’s lawsuit against Fairfax County’s water system, confirmed that the City’s options are far from exhausted.
Big F.C. Downtown Plan Faces Long Road Before OKs A major downtown development proposal in the center of the City of Falls Church involves land already secured, plans already drawn up in collaboration with City planning officials, vetting and a favorable report by a citizen-based committee, and promises to bring […]
The terrible tragedy in Blacksburg forced many in public service to ask what we might have done differently to help avoid what happened. Clearly, I do not have the answers, but certainly the role of gun law enforcement and the adequacy of mental health services must be addressed.
It was a dark week for the Commonwealth. On Monday, one of the state’s premier centers for higher learning, Virginia Tech, was struck a magnitude of gun violence which has never been seen before on U.S. soil.
WASHINGTON — If there is one federal agency that should always be squeaky clean, it is the Justice Department.
WASHINGTON — Is President Bush going to attack Iran?
The membership of the Falls Church Episcopal Church will conclude a week of voting Saturday to determine if it remains affiliated with the national Episcopal denomination, or leaves to align with another institution. Officials of the local church have told the News-Press they expect an overwhelming vote of the church’s […]
WASHINGTON — The blue-ribbon Iraq Study Group has told the American people they can look forward to more war and bloodshed in Iraq for at least another year.
F.C. Now Urging Hekemian: ‘Bring Us Another Plan’ Silverwood Homes’ WestLee mixed use condo project on the North Washington Street/Lee Highway boundary between Arlington and Falls Church is completed, and all but a handful of 128 luxury condo units in the structure have been sold. It’s opening marks a major […]
Claims Complaint To Maker in ’05 Went Unheeded A glitch on all voting machines in the City of Falls Church, as well as those in Alexandria and Charlottesville, will keep the full name of U.S. Senate candidate James Webb from appearing on all ballot summary pages on Nov. 7.