Fresh out of college, Falls Church native Greg Corbino, as expected, is deeply involved in the launch of his adult stage career, although in a slightly different mode than many who knew him so well from his performances in local high school musicals might think.
The 19th Annual Falls Church News-Press Holiday Party drew another festive crowd on Dec. 15, continuing a tradition of live music, great catering and good company at the fellowship hall of the Center for Spiritual Enlightenment, formerly the Falls Church Congregational Church, the Falls Church City Hall and the Women’s […]
“Early to bed, early to rise, work like hell, and advertise!” This little ditty was quoted by Ted Turner in a recent interview on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” touted as a remedy for the small business person or entrepreneur struggling to make it during economic hard times.
Raise your hand if you received an iTunes gift card in your stocking this Christmas? Thought so.
After hosting an on-ice fantasy training session, featuring skating drills and insider tips, Washington Capitals hockey player Alexander Ovechkin signed autographs for children active in the Fort Dupont Hockey Program. More than 15 kids participated in the event, held last Thursday, Dec. 11 at the Kettler Ice Rink in Arlington, […]
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.
Despite the almost breathtaking initiative coming out of Falls Church’s City Hall last week to move with warp-speed to pitch the City to the new Congress, in Washington for orientation, and the legions applying for 7,000 jobs with the new administration, no mention of the effort was made at this […]
City Acts to Attract New Fed Staffers City of Falls Church Mayor Robin Gardner notified the News-Press yesterday that she’s preparing a letter to President-elect Barack Obama and his family, inviting them to enroll their children in the Falls Church City Public Schools.
Leading F.C. Figures Join Obama Transition Team Falls Church-based automobile dealer and former Virginia Lieutenant Governor Donald S. Beyer, Jr., and long-time Falls Church resident Richard McCall have been brought onto the transition team of President-elect Barack Obama, the News-Press has learned.
F.C. Declares Victory in Voter Turnout Challenge The City of Falls Church will receive a gift bust of Thomas Jefferson from the City of Charlottesville, the result of having the higher voter turnout in Tuesday’s election.