Contrary to Mortgage Brokers Association reports of a spike in homeowner refinance applications, president and branch manager of H & R Mortgage, Inc. in Falls Church, Agnes Ginoba, said business is so bad that she’s only at her office once every two weeks – a small space she’s since had […]
Without Boost, Serious Harm is Predicted Virginia’s social safety nets, as well as her arts and education efforts, are looking to President Obama’s $787 billion stimulus package signed into law Tuesday to mitigate what will otherwise be disastrous recessionary consequences throughout the Commonwealth.
The global recession has translated into a steep nosedive in sales tax revenues, rather than declining residential real estate values, as the primary cause of a $1.2 million shortfall that confronts the City of Falls Church as it moves toward adoption of a budget for the new fiscal year.
Falls Church’s City Hall sent out a press release today stating that real estate assessments in the City of Falls Church were down 2.5% overall for 2009.
Now 52 games into the season, it’s safe to say that the Washington Capitals are a good team.
I can just picture the scene. A concerned parent is out strolling through the park with his/her offspring(s) when, suddenly, a wild-eyed pervert leaps out of the bushes and starts mixing a cocktail right in front of them.
Our wish has been granted for we are indeed living in interesting times. The world’s economy is either collapsing or is putting on a very good imitation of doing so.
With little else but pride and bragging rights on the line, the George Mason High School varsity boys basketball team failed to take advantage of an opportunity to head into 2009 on a winning note, as it was embarrassed by cross-town rival Falls Church High School, 43-31 on Tuesday morning […]
The 2.25 million Americans now incarcerated in U.S. prisons is “a staggering statistic, from the standpoints of fairness, cost of incarceration and cost of lost opportunities,” Virginia U.S. Senator James Webb said during his keynote remarks to a conference on “Prison to Work: A Proposal for a National Prisoner Reentry […]
12 File for 4 F.C. Planning Commission Slots A record 12 City of Falls Church residents have filed to fill four seats on the seven-member F.C. Planning Commission, including three incumbents, according to the City Clerk’s office.