It has been at least six weeks since an Our Man in Arlington column has appeared, and you deserve an explanation.
Helen Thomas: Bush Is Writing The Recipe For More War
WASHINGTON — President Bush has alerted the American people that the war in Iraq will go on for a long time — easily into the next presidency.
Helen Thomas: Bush-41 Defends Bush-43
WASHINGTON — With Iraq falling apart, it’s getting lonely at the top for President Bush.
Election Day 2006, Next Tuesday, Polls Open 6 a.m. to 7 p.m., Celebrations and Vote Tallies to Follow.
State Housing Chief Warns of Squeeze on Mortgage Holders
Virginia’s top housing official cautioned yesterday that serious danger is on the horizon for tens of thousands in the region whose home mortgages “are premised on escalating home prices.” William Shelton, director of the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development, told an audience gathered for the annual awards breakfast […]
F.C. Unveils New Marketing Push, But Logo Draws Mixed Reviews
With 65,000 square feet of new retail space now under construction and coming on line within three years in the City of Falls Church, the City’s Economic Development Authority is poised to launch a business recruitment effort targeting 67 prospects identified in a study as “a good fit” here. A […]
$5 Mil Per Acre?
F.C. Commercial Land Too Pricey, Centex Stalled Stiff asking prices for prime downtown real estate in the City of Falls Church, reaching $5 million an acre, combined with a nationwide downward trend in residential condo sales has brought City Center redevelopment plans to a standstill, the News-Press has learned. It’s […]
Helen Thomas: Kissinger Says Victory in Iraq is the Only Exit Strategy
WASHINGTON — Say it isn’t so. Hawkish Henry Kissinger is advising President Bush about Iraq war strategy? This is deja vue all over again.
Post Office Told by F.C. to Move by Spring as City Center Plan Readied
The U.S. Post Office in the downtown 300 block of W. Broad Street has been officially notified by the City of Falls Church that it must be prepared to move by sometime in the spring, the News-Press has learned.