Buoyed by the news that revenues from the meals tax in the City of Falls Church was up dramatically through June, despite poor economic times, participating restaurants in the fourth annual Taste of Falls Church are expecting a record turnout this Saturday in the parking lot behind City Hall.
Delegate Hull’s News from the Coffin Corner
The regular session of the General Assembly adjourned on March 13 and we immediately went into a special session called to handle a bond bill.
“The Machine,” State Theatre, Falls Church, Saturday, Feb. 23, Doors open 7 p.m., concert at 9 p.m.
Editorial: Quality Education Vs. Council Jobs?
Falls Church City Schools Superintendent Dr. Lois Berlin’s decision to bail out the Falls Church City Council from a politically-unpopular decision to either raise the tax rate or cut the school budget was done at the expense of students of the school system. In her proposed budget presented Tuesday, she […]
Our Man In Arlington
Last Tuesday’s Washington Post brought the death notice of Joel T. Broyhill, long-time Republican Congressman from Arlington, which was then in the 10th Congressional District.