A preliminary enrollment report from the first day of classes in the Falls Church Public Schools showed a net increase of eight students above projected numbers.
Author: Nicholas F. Benton
The Falls Church City Council authorized the sale ahead of its original schedule of all the remaining bonds it’s approved to cover a total of $126 million in capital improvements in an effort to take advantage of uncommonly low interest rates now.
But in this case, the injury serves as an opportunity to highlight a better side of pro sports as demonstrated by an individual athlete and his impact on his team, his sport and society.
Lawn signs are going up, and doors are being knocked on, with handbills left if no one answers, by hopeful candidates.
Falls Church’s Economic Development Authority Tuesday night launched an ambitious “wayfinding” project for the City.
By a unanimous 7-0 vote Monday night, the Falls Church City Council authorized the sale ahead of its original schedule of all the remaining bonds it’s approved.
What is the cause of the national mania for a “sport” that science has proven damages the brains and causes a wide range of consequential effects, essentially varieties of premature dementia and unbelievably chronic pain, on such a high percentage of its participants?
The sunny weather was matched by the sunny smiles of students, teachers, staff and parents alike in what was hailed as one of the most smoothly-run opening days for the Falls Church City Public Schools in memory.
In a first-time approach, the Falls Church City Public Schools undertook a proactive approach to sign up students for the coming school year.
Watching aerial video of the Amazon River basin burning up is, for any of us with a scintilla of wider consciousness, downright frightening.