The steep downturn in the global economy took its toll on the City of Falls Church’s affordable housing goals in the past year, delaying the efforts of the Falls Church Housing Corporation to submit an application for tax credits after hard-fought official approvals from City officials last winter.
F.C. to Dump WMATA, Go With Arlington to Operate ‘GEORGE’ Bus System’s Reduced Operating Schedule as of July 1
Falls Church, VA, — Falls Church City Manager Wyatt Shields will send a “letter of intent” to Arlington County this week, with the consent of the F.C. City Council, with the aim of having Arlington operate a reduced operating schedule for F.C.’s GEORGE bus system as of July 1.
Over 50 people left skepticism at the door when they entered the Falls Church-based Center for Spiritual Enlightenment building next to the State Theatre recently to partake in a séance.
The celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of the integration of Arlington’s Stratford Junior High School on February 2, 1958 was held at the school (now known as the H-B Woodlawn Secondary Program) last Monday evening.
It is an odd time to be gay in America. Whether you are celebrated or despised depends on where you stand at any given moment.
Sami Kalifa was quite possibly the most joyous man I ever met. His outlook on life was never saccharine or forced, but was a robust love of life and all the people in it.
WASHINGTON – A woman’s place is apparently at the State Department.
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.
Earlier this week The Washington Post’s media critic, Howard Kurtz, published an apology on behalf of the media for its weak coverage of the multi-year run-up to the current financial debacle.
Walking into the local branch of Wachovia Bank at the intersection of N. West and W. Broad Streets in Falls Church this week, you couldn’t tell from looking around that anything had happened.