No sooner than they’d completed an exhaustive process of adopting a difficult budget for the coming fiscal year than the Falls Church City Council got a sensory overload at a work session this Monday with back-to-back-to-back presentations of three conceptual plans for development around the East Falls Church Metro station, […]
The McLean High School varsity softball team surged ahead with two victories against South Lakes last week, raising their tally to 14 wins and only three losses so far this season.
Falls Church High Baseball (1-13): (April 23) loss vs. Washington-Lee, 16-6. (April 24) loss vs. Edison, 6-3. (April 27) loss vs. Mount Vernon, 11-6. (April 28) loss vs. Yorktown, 16-5. Next game is May 1 at Yorktown.
The lights are out and the doors are locked again in the vacant 360 S. Washington St. office building in downtown Falls Church, as it awaits demolition.
The J.E.B. Stuart Raiders snapped a 25-game losing streak on Friday evening at home, beating McLean High School from the Liberty District 30-14.
Hurricane Gustav is sweeping into Louisiana as this is being written (Monday afternoon). The center of the storm is slightly west of New Orleans, between New Orleans and Houma, which is about fifty miles southwest of New Orleans.
Following the Falls Church City Council approval earlier this month of a 174-unit affordable housing project, the fate of 83 existing affordable housing units in the Winter Hill section of the City remains undetermined.
Coming to the decisive vote by the Falls Church City Council this Monday, we continue to firmly support the admittedly-somewhat-unwieldy “City Center South Apartments” affordable housing plan of the Falls Church Housing Corporation (FCHC).
Summer may be the doldrums for most businesses, but when it comes to beverages there is no off-season.
The novelty’s over. A serious look at South African wine lands yields adventure and beauty for wine lovers.