Cay Wiant Remembered for Many Contributions Editor, Cay Wiant leaves a remarkable and well-known legacy in Falls Church at every turn. In her decades in the City’s schools she touched thousands of our lives and those of our children.
Physical State, Not Residents, is ‘Unwelcoming’ Editor, Thank you for your article regarding the City of Falls Church branding project. We appreciate your ongoing support on this important endeavor.
Any Better Now Than When Obama Started? Editor, “Am I the only guy in this country who’s fed up with what’s happening?
F.C. Voter Turnout 3rd Best in State Editor, It is a real testament to the City of Falls Church that 1,533 Democrats voted in the primary last Tuesday. Despite area-wide reductions in voter turnout in special elections since the November elections Falls Church voters prove, once again, that Falls Church […]
Says Mediation in Water Fight Will Save $ Editor, Neither the City of Falls Church nor Fairfax County is able to fund their schools adequately because of the economic slowdown.
Del. Hull Should Not Be Surprised By Kory’s Effort Editor, I am amazed that Bob Hull would be “surprised” (News Press, 5-28-09) by a primary challenge from Kaye Kory. This is further indication of the extent to which he has lost touch with the good people of the 38th District.
Says News About Water Not Balanced Editor, The Falls Church News-Press has readers in the greater Falls Church area, and they are due some more balanced reporting on the water dispute.
Claims to Set Record Straight on Housing Plan Editor, Regarding your editorial last week, “This Just In: Tortoise May Win” I think we need some clarification as to what actually happened.
Says ‘Branding’ Puts Cart Before Horse Editor, The Economic Development Authority (EDA) for the City of Falls Church is currently working on a program of “branding” for the City.
Many Chose to Live in F.C. Due to Schools Editor, I am replying to the recent Letter to the Editor critical of the level of school funding in Falls Church, entitled “Why Are Schools Flourishing On the Back of City?”.