Due to the forecast for a major winter storm beginning tonight, the City of Falls Church has declared a snow emergency today, Friday, Dec. 18, 2009.
The Office of Congressional Ethics closed its investigation into Virginia Rep. Jim Moran’s relationship to the lobbying firm PMA group, Roll Call newspaper reported today, advising against any further investigation by the House. Investigations on the same grounds of Rep. John Murtha of Pennsylvania and Rep. Norm Dicks of Washington […]
Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine today presented the State Legislature with $4 billion in proposed cuts to the state budget based on the state’s second consecutive year of significant declines in revenue.
Fairfax County Police announced today that sobriety check points will be set up in the Mason District tonight from 11 p.m. to 1 p.m. Friday morning, where all motorists will be checked in an effort to deter driving under the influence. The results of the effort will be reported next […]
Fairfax County Police are investigating the robbery of a diamond salesman that occurred around 8 p.m., Wednesday, December 17 in the parking lot of the Sheraton Hotel at 8661 Leesburg Pike in Tysons Corner.
Composite Sketch of Suspect Fairfax County Police are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying the suspect who sexually assaulted a 13-year-old girl near Arcadia Drive and Hawaii Court on Tuesday, December 15. Police reported a man touched a 13-year-old girl inappropriately as she walked to school on Tuesday Monday.
Bulova ‘State of County’ Address Due Friday With announcements of deep proposed budget cuts anticipated, Fairfax County Board Chair Sharon Bulova will make available her annual “State of the County” address via Fairfax Cable Television beginning this Friday, Dec. 18, the County’s Public Information Office said today.
Watch Night Fun for Everyone The City of Falls Church’s 12th Annual Watch Night New Year’s Eve celebration, the first since adopting its “The Little City” brand, is evidence in itself that the show must — and will — go on despite recent city-wide budget shortfalls. That’s thanks to donation-based […]
Final Approval Pushed to Early January Vote While the Falls Church City Council backed away from giving final approval to a measure changing the month for holding municipal elections from May to November Monday night, it did act with an eye to finalizing the shift early next month.
At a time when American workers face dire job prospects and steady unemployment, Fairfax County’s looming fiscal crisis for the 2011 budget has its sights on one of the county’s few employment training-oriented alternative high schools in Falls Church’s Pimmit Hills.