Of the $11.7 million total bond sale, $400,000 was dedicated for the advanced engineering work ahead of six major storm water mitigation projects that have been identified at an eventual cost now claimed to cost between $5.1 and $7.4 million.
Author: Nicholas F. Benton
According to the Virginia Political Action Project (VPAP), as of this Monday, Oct. 26, the voters in the City of Falls Church led the state in the percentage who’d voted absentee or by mail ahead of next Tuesday’s Nov. 3 election day.
As the 2020 presidential election campaign entered its final week this Tuesday, fierce campaigning on both sides helped to reveal the parameters of what most Americans — as evidenced by the record turnouts in early voting — recognize to be an existential turning point.
Falls Church City Public Schools Superintendent-Emeritus Dr. Warren Joseph Pace passed away peacefully in his home at the age of 92 last Sunday, Oct. 18.
At its work session Monday, the City Council joined with other City boards and commissions to review a National Housing Trust set of 11 recommendations for reviving an effective affordable housing policy, ending a decade of practical inaction in the City.
Two weeks to Election Day 2020 in what is by far the most bizarre and troubling 365 24-hour spins through its course in our solar system in Earth’s recent (since science afforded mankind the ability to know where we are) history.
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam announced Wednesday that he has signed 16 new laws and proposed changes to five bills that will support the Commonwealth’s ongoing Covid-19 response and advance criminal justice reform.
There was a silent but incredibly seismic upheaval that shivered through the City of Falls Church Tuesday night with the unanimous approval of the Broad and Washington Project by F.C. City Council.
The Federalist Society and its leadership is the pivotal agency around which this conspiracy weaves its fateful web and the pliable President Trump has been more than eager to take on all its recommendations for arch-conservative choices.
Ireland’s Four Provinces owner in Falls Church, issued a statement Tuesday calling on the F.C. City Council to vote to move the approval process forward for the 3-acre Whole Foods-based Broad and Washington mixed use project.