The building designs looked collectively like kind of an inner city street gang and the public art potentially assembled around them we expect might resemble all the graffiti and body tattoos that they could be assumed to sport.
“It takes a village to educate our children.” And we are the village. That was the message brought to the ACCA Child Development Center in Annandale by Governor and Mrs. Ralph Northam on Tuesday.
If you harbor gripes that our county government gets too ambitious, consider an episode from the 1930s.
The final month of the year is often the busiest for many reasons.
Some surprising content appeared on the funny pages a few weeks ago. It was in Garry Trudeau’s “Doonesbury” cartoon strip, and it showed a young couple at the breakfast table. The young man is reading a newspaper and he says to his spouse, “Did you know that cities that lose […]
Well friends, it looks like Happy Holidays has been replaced. There is a new holiday greeting going around.
Tuesday’s Board of Supervisors meeting was bittersweet, as it was the final meeting of this term, and we bid farewell to four members who are retiring from the Board at the end of this month.
School officials tasked with the perpetual jigsaw puzzle of reassigning school zones have stirred new tensions.
Falls Church City residents caught on to the value of neighborhood trees long before the ecological and health benefits of urban forests were known.
What a refreshing development for the Falls Church City School System to submit to a tough evaluation of how it is handling issues associated with diversity and inclusion in the schools at all levels