While Northern Virginia’s 2.4 million population, overall, is characterized by a continuing growth in numbers of children – and households with children – this is not true for Falls Church.
Author: Nicholas F. Benton
The frantic tempo of calls, demands and promises of action of leading Democratic officials that attended the first days of the dizzying sequence of ugly revelations and charges involving Virginia’s three top state elected officials in the last two weeks has cooled in recent days.
Wall Street’s so-called “hedge funds” are ripping the public’s ability to know to shreds.
According to a press release from the Falls Church City Hall issued late Wednesday, the total taxable assessed value for all properties in Falls Church City, as of Jan. 1, 2019, is $4,283,488,712, a 3.35 percent increase from a year earlier.
Longtime City of Falls Church resident, business owner, Chamber of Commerce leader and civic activist Gary LaPorta died suddenly at his home in the City last Friday.
Early-stage modifications to the interim agreement for the economic development of the City of Falls Church’s West End will, if approved by the F.C. City Council going forward, include an extra 150,000 square feet in residential density, including 50,000 square feet for senior housing and 100,000 square feet for 40 or so condominiums and 150-175 “micro unit” rentals.
Although everyone kept their cool at Monday’s City Council work session when terms of a modified agreement between the City and the development team for development of the 10.3 acre site on the City’s high school-middle school property, there was a lot more anguish involved in the four lengthy closed sessions the Council held in the last month than was being let on.
As the stern, unyielding noose of justice and truth tightens around the neck of Donald Trump, no amount of pomp, ceremony, lies and damn lies can protect him from the grizzly fate awaiting him in the coming weeks and months. This week’s State of the Union pageant was one of […]
City staff posted a proposed modification to the terms initially agreed to in November for the West Falls Church Economic Development project.
The chairs of the Democratic Committees of Alexandria City, Arlington County, Fairfax County and the City of Falls Church issued a joint statement about the photo from the 1984 medical school yearbook page of Virginia Governor Ralph Northam that shows a man in blackface and another person in full Ku Klux Klan robes. The statement calls for Northam to resign.