A 10-year Fairfax County school board member, Kaye Kory accepted a new challenge when she won the Democratic primary for Virginia’s 38th District against incumbent Delegate Bob Hull in June.
REPORTED AS THE biggest turnout ever for Falls Church’s Fall Festival and Taste of Falls Church, last Saturday’s hoards enjoyed the first-place finish of the Open Kitchen Bistro (lower right), the participation of Sweetwater Tavern Chef Tennille Middleton, now a contestant on Fox TV’s “Hell’s Kitchen,” as a judge […]
Judge Rules to Keep Opinion Out of Fairfax’s Case The attorney representing the City of Falls Church in its titanic face-off with the Fairfax County Water Authority pulled no punches in his opening arguments Monday, charging that Fairfax’s goal is nothing short of “putting Falls Church out of the water […]
A brainchild born in Falls Church just six months ago, a major new national institution was unveiled Tuesday night with a founding press conference and banquet to celebrate the new Vietnamese-American Chamber of Commerce.
Mad Fox Brewing Co. Signs 15-Year Lease in F.C. It became official Tuesday when Waterford Development issued a press release confirming that Mad Fox Brewing Company had signed a 15-year lease for 9,119 square feet of space at The Spectrum, 444 W. Broad St.
Waterford Development announced that Mad Fox Brewing Company has signed a 15-year lease for 9,119 square feet of space for their first brewpub location at The Spectrum, a mixed-use residential and commercial development located at 444 West Broad Street in Falls Church.
Judge to Fairfax Water: If You’ve Had This Grievance So Long, Why Haven’t You Brought It Forward Before Now?
Monday, Sept. 14 (5 p.m. EDT) – Judge Nye issued a ruling on a preliminary injuction in favor of the City of Falls Church today, and inclined to rule for F.C. in a second case that drew howls from the Fairfax Water Authority’s counsel, who intoned, “Please don’t do this […]
Suspect Tried to Stun Female Victim ARLINGTON, VA. – The Arlington County Police Department’s Special Victims Unit is investigating the attempted abduction of a woman in the 2000 block of N. Quincy Street. The attack occurred on Sunday, September 13, 2009, around 6:45 a.m.
In the first action of the mammoth City of Falls Church V. Fairfax Water Authority trial that commenced this morning in the Fairfax Circuit Court, Judge Nye ruled against a motion by the City of F.C. to exclude an “expert witness,” after a lengthy set of arguments from both sides. […]
Saturday, Sept. 12 — Evens though both live in Northern Virginia, it is not often that the state’s two U.S Senators, Jim Webb and Mark Warner, have appeared at the same event since Warner took office in January.