Too Late to Save Tree in West End Park Plan? Editor, The West End Park Master Plan has been funded, after all these years. A skateboard park and set of concrete paths will soon open. We fought to save West End Park, to keep this open space, so rare now in […]
Big Red Signs at Corners & Intersection Mean ‘Stop’ Editor, I would like to take a moment to remind people...
There’s Nothing Wrong With J.E.B. Stuart Name Editor, For some reason, I must respond to the Letter to the Editor...
J.E.B. Stuart High School Should Change Its Name Editor, In 1859 at Harper’s Ferry, J.E.B. Stuart knocked abolitionist...
I’m writing to correct an error in last week’s editorial concerning the history of Virginia’s governors elections.Read more ›
I am concerned with the City Council’s delay of the opportunity to replace the Burger King with an assisted living project that could support nearby local businesses.Read more ›
Only once in a generation, or even two, will you see the likes of Jessie Thackrey. She and her husband, Franklin, helped found the City of Falls Church. I have seldom seen a citizen in any community who gave so much of her life to the development of the Falls Church public school system. Falls Church has lost a founding citizen. I have lost a dear friend.Read more ›
Teen Puzzled by Paralysis Over Health Care Issue Editor, My name is Noor and I am a 15 year old American. I was born and raised in Northern Virginia and I’ve always been proud to call America my home. Until now. I still am proud of my country, don’t get […]Read more ›
F.C. Upgrades Should Include Bike Campaign Editor, I endorse the three excellent recommendations made last month by David Blanchard in his Letter to the Editor on improvements to Falls Church. In addition to his suggestions of underground power and high-speed communication lines, free Wi-Fi for the City and upgrades to the […]Read more ›
I am writing regarding the News-Press article published in last week’s edition entitled, “Habitat of NoVa builds F.C. Home for Family in Need.” I commend and admire the work of the organization Habitat for Humanity. I am so happy for the family that will move into this new home on Douglass Avenue. However, to characterize that community as Tinner Hill is inaccurate.Read more ›