In a report from Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring’s office Wednesday, a Washington Post analysis was cited of newly released data from the Drug Enforcement Administration’s opioid database showing that two Virginia cities — Norton (306 pills per person) and Martinsville (242 pills per person) — received the most opioid […]
Trump has used outrageous remarks to fuel outrage from the beginning of his public career. Person One: Hey, you need to pay me what you owe me! Trump: Oh no, look, there’s a black person who’ll destroy our neighborhood! Person One: Oh damn! Let’s stop him!
With the “Amazon effect” jacking up home prices, Arlington is revving up a long-expected battle over residential zoning. Years after county board candidates ran on addressing the “missing middle” in affordable housing, the county manager from April-June conducted a citizen engagement “brainstorming” for public and private solutions called “Housing Arlington.” […]
Borja’s research will be sponsored by a UNICEF project lead by Professor Kevin Kochersberger of VT’s Unmanned Systems Lab that aims to develop low-cost drones to be flown in Africa’s humanitarian corridor to deliver medicines and blood to isolated hospitals.
The James C. Macdonald Performing Arts Scholarship Competition encourages artistic achievement and promotes study in the arts by high school students who reside or attend school in the McLean district (Small Tax District 1A, Dranesville).
Sachs is the 28th person to receive the award “with gratitude for outstanding leadership and support of the McLean Community Center.”
This year, there are two ways donors may support this effort.
Ticket prices are as follows — general admission $22; seniors and military $20; students $18; tables for two with wine $60 and tables for four with wine $120.
A car was stolen from Ellison St. last Tuesday, a man damaged a glass door at Falls Green Apartments and a Palm Beach Tan customer had a valuable stolen from them, according to the latest City of Falls Church crime report released this week. In other crime, there was a […]
The Falls Church City Hall announced this week that the City Council’s business meeting of July 22 and work session of Aug. 5 have been cancelled, and that the Council’s Economic Development Committee has rescheduled its meeting for Thursday, August 1 at 10 a.m.