Next Monday is Opening Day, Nats fans! Who’s pscyhed? Both of you? That’s what I’m talkin’ about! Let’s do this!
Prospects of terminating the local bus system, known as GEORGE, operated by the City of Falls Church, has drawn sharp reaction from disparate groups in the Falls Church community, ranging from those who feel subsidizing each ride to the tune of almost $8 is an exorbitant burden on local taxpayers, […]
The official “branding” process underway to help succinctly describe the core identity of the City of Falls Church began in earnest with a meeting of citizen activists representing a diverse cross-section of interests in the City earlier this month.
There are two misconceptions about his music career that Luke Temple would like to clear up. The first is his past career painting murals in New York apartments.
I can just picture the scene. A concerned parent is out strolling through the park with his/her offspring(s) when, suddenly, a wild-eyed pervert leaps out of the bushes and starts mixing a cocktail right in front of them.
FALLS CHURCH, VA. – On Tuesday, July 1, 2008, the Falls Church City Council inaugurated Robin S. Gardner to her third term and Nader Baroukh and Lawrence Webb to their first terms. They were elected by Falls Church City voters on May 6, 2008 for terms that run July 1, […]
Tons of Revenue, But Needs Better Design, It Says A new plan to bring an upscale Hilton Garden Inn to the blossoming West Broad Street corridor central to the City of Falls Church met with unexpected enthusiasm from the F.C. City Council and Planning Commission Monday.
‘Revenue Neutral’ Revised to $185k Annual Tax Loss The conversion of 230 residential condominiums from “for sale” to “for rent” units in the large-scale Pearson Square project will impact Falls Church taxpayers, new documentation from the F.C. City Hall has confirmed.
If you spend too much time watching 24-hour all-news channels some things become unmistakable. The first is how little news is actually broadcast. Most of it is gossip and opinion. Anna Nicole, RIP.
Risky Loans Up 300% in Fairfax Co. Since ‘01 A five-year boom in sub-prime and high interest mortgage lending in Fairfax County is coming around to bite the regional economy on the backside as the housing market flattens, and that could spell real woe.