March 27 – April 2, 2008
Having left Richmond after approving the Budget, House and Senate members are planning to return to Richmond on April 23 for the annual “Reconvened” or “Veto” session.
Almost Done The General Assembly was scheduled for final adjournment of the 60-day 2008 session this past Saturday.
THE MARSHALL LADY STATESMEN pose for a picture during “Think Pink” week, which was from Feb. 8-17. Sponsored by the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association, all of the Northern Virginia women’s basketball teams were encouraged to wear pink uniforms to raise breast cancer awareness. Coach Noel Klippenstein wanted to participate in […]
January 24-30, 2008
It was a great week of “firsts” What a great time we had last week as the Democrats took control of the Senate for the first time in a decade. At noon on Wednesday, all newly-elected Senators took the oath of office, pledging to uphold the Constitutions of the United […]
Prelude to a Fight On Monday, the so-called money committees of the General Assembly held a joint meeting in Richmond to hear from Governor Kaine.
Risky Decision to Put Off Vote May Unravel Proposal The destiny of Atlantic Realty’s ambitious City Center plan for downtown Falls Church was placed in serious jeopardy Monday when the Falls Church City Council decided to delay acting until the middle of next month.
Each November, hundreds of county elected officials gather in Bath County for the Virginia Association of Counties’ (VACO) annual conference. The two-day meeting gives county Supervisors an opportunity to hear from each other about common issues of concern, as well as meet with state officials in preparation for the upcoming […]
“The Future of the Falls Church City Center” is the topic of Round Two of “Deliberation Days” in F.C., with a session slated for tonight at 7 p.m. and repeated Saturday afternoon at 1 p.m. at the M. E. Henderson Middle School. The “Deliberation Days,” co-sponsored locally by the F.C. […]