The article, “The GOP Lockstep to Oblivion” by Nicholas F. Benton that appeared in your January 29, 2009 issue mischaracterizes Werner Erhard and est. Additional research has shown that there is no evidence that any corporations funded est, and there is no data that even suggests that Mr. Erhard had […]
The regional economy will slowly begin to recover later this year, and signs of a turn-around will become unmistakable by Labor Day 2010.
President Obama has not ruled out potential criminal prosecution of former high-level Bush administration officials if the attorney general establishes that laws were broken in the sanctioning and ordering of water boarding and other forms of torture.
5 Vying for 47th District Seat Debate in Arlington Five Democratic candidates, all seeking public office for the first time, squared off Tuesday in their race to win their party’s nomination on June 9 to fill the 47th State Delegate District seat being vacated by Del. Al Eisenberg.
Truth be told, it’s a problem unique to a small town. Faced with tough choices on budget cuts, the Falls Church City Council is up against a deadline and it seems bound to make someone unhappy.
The Falls Church City Council has called a special public hearing for tonight, April 23, as it faces a Monday deadline on tough decisions required to balance the coming fiscal year budget.
Sadly the General Assembly rejected $125 million in federal money at the Reconvened Session.
It was a perfect Saturday night for a bridge raising – velvety black sky, warm spring temperatures, and no wind. Bright orange and white barrels, backed up by the flashing blue lights of police vehicles, punctuated the area now occupied by a 150 ton crane in the middle of Arlington […]
Our environment is literally choking on plastic bags.
News The Falls Church City Post Office’s retail services will move to the new building located at 800 W. Broad St. in Falls Church (the Flower Building) at the end of April or early May.