Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam today issued the following statement after the House of Delegates and the Senate of Virginia adjourned until Nov. 18 without taking any votes on proposed gun safety legislation. “I called legislators back to Richmond for this special session so we could take immediate action to address […]
Hockenberry served on City Council for eight years and has been on the Planning Commission for the following decade after that, along with being a lifelong teacher in and out of the classroom.
Dave Bjerke (right), General Registrar and Director of Elections for the City of Falls Church, was sworn in for another four-year term back in June by Paul Ferguson, Court Clerk of Arlington County.
Documents prepared for this week’s Falls Church City Council meeting include a resolution proposing that the Council OK the name, “Mr. Brown’s Park,” for the newly-renovated pocked park in the 100 block of W. Broad St. The staff report indicated that 130 recommendations for a name were submitted by citizens […]
Two Scholar All-America certificates and a medal emblematic of Lankford’s selection will be mailed to Mason boys soccer coach, Frank Spinello, later this summer. One certificate is for Lankford and the other is for Mason to display.
A special reception last week hosted by Amazon at a location in the heart of its massive planned expansion was held at Freddie’s Beach Shack in Pentagon City to greet the area’s LGBT community.
SanGiovanni last played for Mason as a sophomore in the 2016 season, starting 19 of 23 games on the 2A State champion squad and earning Max Preps Player of the Match in the state final.
By Tom Horton, Bay Journal News Service Notes to myself on preparing to teach my Chesapeake Bay course at Salisbury University for the 10th year: Teach oysters? Always, but this time I’m also going bigger, with beavers. Both are “keystone” species, and Castor canadensis, aka the North American beaver, is potentially […]
Falls Church City Manager Wyatt Shields cautioned the Falls Church City Council Monday that following this week’s City-sponsored fireworks show, future shows may be in doubt due to strict laws prohibiting the launching of fireworks within specific distances from public buildings. The new George Mason High School now under construction […]
Letters to the Editor: July 4 – 10, 2019 Mayor’s Testimony on SALT Was Misleading Editor, Mayor Tarter’s testimony before Congress, attacking the cap on the SALT deduction was disingenuous and misleading. The cap takes no funds from the City; rather it makes it more difficult for the city to […]