Special In What Way? While most Virginians are probably enjoying the summer in a leisurely way, their state legislature is back in session.
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.
Parents and supporters of the St. James Catholic middle school packed the Falls Church City Council chambers at City Hall Monday night to plead to the F.C. Planning Commission that it not approve a proposed Hilton Garden Inn hotel adjacent the school in the block of W. Broad St.
Spanish-speaking clowns of Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey performed for Luther Jackson Middle School students and their families, teaching them about circus history and its deeply-rooted Latin American Heritage. (Photo: Courtesy Lauren Dyke)
On the ground level at the corner of 36th and Prospect St. in Georgetown, diners can find “1789,” one of the finest and priciest restaurants in the Georgetown area. However, the real gem of the block lays directly beneath… a trip underground to “The Tombs.”
The City of Falls Church’s appointed citizen volunteer Planning Commission is expected to vote its recommendations this Monday regarding the large, mixed-use City Center plan, given unanimous preliminary approval by the City Council last month.
THE FIRST CLASS OF Falls Church City School System teachers to enter the National Board Certification process were honored at a reception at the Thomas Jefferson Elementary Tuesday. Eight were successful on their first attempt at the rigorous two-year program. Those who entered from the Falls Church system included Bridget […]
This is the City of Falls Church’s finest hour. Over the course of the next two months, the City Council will achieve a result of historic and nationally-significant proportions. It will execute the creation of a new City Center, realizing visions and dreams that local leaders were never able to […]
Our Mason District residents are known far and wide, apparently. Imagine my surprise when I made a quick trip to my Oregon hometown this past weekend, and my sister pointed out a front page article in the Sunday edition of the Eugene Register-Guard, the local paper. The article, a reprint […]
Charles Dickens would applaud novel productions of his classic, “A Christmas Carol,” performed by two of the region’s most creative and talented theatre troupes this holiday season.