Mason Police District – A 29-year-old Falls Church woman was charged with malicious wounding, assault and battery and interrupting an emergency phone call following an incident with her boyfriend in the 3400 block of Payne Street.
Falls Church Police reported today (Oct. 18) the discovery at about 8 a.m. the body a man, apparently deceased, in the west end of the City, near the intersection of Broad Street (Route 7) and Haycock Road and near George Mason High School.
ARLINGTON, VA. – The Arlington County Police Department’s Special Victims Unit announces the judgment rendered on Hector Pagan on September 21, 2009. He was arrested as the suspect in two rape and abduction cases from 2007.
The City of Falls Church has announced the Mary Riley Styles Public Library’s annual “Food for Fines” initiative. The program provides patrons the opportunity to help those in need by donating non-perishable groceries as payment for fines on overdue items. This year’s “Food for Fines” Week runs Monday, October 26 […]
Sometimes the news from the world of adult beverages skips all over the place. Here, then, a roundup of some of the more interesting recent items.
I watched the 2008 Summer Olympics with awe as record-setting swimmer Michael Phelps won gold medal after gold medal. In one race, it was Phelps by a country mile.
A couple of months ago, I confidently stated in this column that Creigh Deeds clearly would win the governor’s race this year. Now, I am not so sure.
Low voter turnout? Bad for Dems? It now appears that there will be a lower than usual voter turnout for a gubernatorial election.
Chavern Urges Citizens To Run For F.C. Council Editor, If you ever wanted to make a real difference in your community, now is the time. Next May, four seats (a majority) on both the City Council and the School Board will be up for election. Given the City’s intense budget […]
It would be a terrible shame if, after a decade of progress in statewide elections for more progressive and inclusive values, the Commonwealth of Virginia next month were to take a reactionary lurch back toward its unsavory, intolerant past by electing the GOP’s gubernatorial candidate, Bob McDonnell, in three weeks.