Last Monday evening, Arlington Democrats joined together once again for their annual Golden Gala at the home of Tom Sawner and Bettina Callaway near Washington-Lee High School.
Finding housing that is affordable is a challenge for many in the Washington metropolitan area. Longtime homeowners breathe a sigh of relief that they bought their homes when they did, and that their mortgage rates were fixed. They worry, though, that the current “soft” market will mean that their retirement […]
When first elected to the State Legislature in 1991, Falls Church/McLean Delegate Jim Scott won after a recount by a single vote. Since then, he’s always been known as “Landslide Jim.”
The membership of the Falls Church Episcopal Church will conclude a week of voting Saturday to determine if it remains affiliated with the national Episcopal denomination, or leaves to align with another institution. Officials of the local church have told the News-Press they expect an overwhelming vote of the church’s […]
“I don’t think the vote will be close. I think the vast majority will vote for the recommendation of the church’s vestry,” a spokesperson for the Falls Church Episcopal Church told the News-Press yesterday. A historic congregational vote will proceed this Sunday that could result in the church’s severing ties […]
Claims Complaint To Maker in ’05 Went Unheeded A glitch on all voting machines in the City of Falls Church, as well as those in Alexandria and Charlottesville, will keep the full name of U.S. Senate candidate James Webb from appearing on all ballot summary pages on Nov. 7.
Important elections always provide voters with an opportunity to make a mark, not only on a ballot but on their own souls. Given the public’s sentiments expressed almost daily in national polls now about the debacle in Iraq and the overall direction of the country, there’s no reason to believe […]