On the eve of yet another objectively important but sadly, by the public’s impression, under-appreciated election, we trust that one factor will continue to hold true – namely, that the electorate in the City of Falls Church will deliver the highest voter turnout, as a percentage of total registered voters, […]
A “yes” vote on the Mt. Daniel Referendum is the right choice. The need to alleviate overcrowding is acute. The...
Tuesday, November 4, is Election Day in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Registered voters should go to their regular polling...
Early numbers on Arlington’s 2014 absentee voting are “abysmal,” I’m told by retired county Treasurer Frank...
The extraordinary contribution to the City of Falls Church by the expert “Technical Assistance Panel” team from the Washington, D.C.-based Urban Land Institute last week was an eye popper. The report the nine experts made Thursday afternoon after two days of examining the potential of the 40 acres of land […]Read more ›
Decades ago, Mason District was very suburban, predominantly Caucasian, and home mostly to federal workers and their families. Foreign language was an elective in our schools, kindergarten was a half-day, and Fairfax Hospital (on Mason District’s border) was one mid-rise building on Gallows Road. How things have changed! Today, Mason […]Read more ›
By Chris Johnson My name is Chris Johnson and I am asking for your vote on November 4 for City treasurer. Immediately after filing my papers with the Registrar of Voters on August 15, I began analyzing our Fall Church City’s financial statements. I found the numbers associated with our […]Read more ›
If you saw the musical dramedy film “The Commitments,” you’ll recall the motley crew of young Irish rockers awaiting a rumored local club performance by the legendary Wilson Pickett. Well, for a certain strata of Yorktown High School graduates from Arlington in the late 1960s, that performance became reality. For […]Read more ›
My name is Jody Acosta and I am the current City of Falls Church treasurer. I have eight years of experience in the treasurer’s office, first as the chief deputy and then as treasurer since July of this year, when the former treasurer had to resign due to health reasons. […]Read more ›
For a long time, Ebola virus disease was relegated to the back pages of the newspaper, affecting a few poor areas in Africa, thousands of miles away. First identified in 1976, the disease takes its name from the Ebola River, which runs near a village with one of the first […]Read more ›