It just may be remembered as a classic case of persistence, of a modern “Tortoise Versus the Hare” story.
The “American Recovery and Reinvestment Act,” aka the “stimulus,” paid dividends for northern Virginia last week when the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) announced it had awarded $77.5 million in funding for Rail to Dulles.
Falls Church, VA, — The Falls Church Housing Corporation (FCHC) briefed the F.C. City Council tonight on its plans to file for Virginia Housing Development Authority (VHDA) tax credits by the May 14 filing deadline with a scaled back plan to put 120 to 130 affordable housing units on downtown […]
NEWS Peer2Peer Tutors has partnered with the Falls Church Education Foundation to launch once per week student-to-student tutoring through the Wilden Project at Mary Ellen Henderson Middle School.
FALLS CHURCH, Va., — Nicole No, franchise owner of the new Foster’s Grill restaurant that will open in a downtown Falls Church location this summer, was in Falls Church to meet with Becky Witsman of the City of Falls Church Economic Development Office and Sally Cole, executive director of the […]
Construction of long-awaited improvements at the Gallows Road-Lee Highway juncture and the Arlington Boulevard (Rt. 50) pedestrian bridge remained on hold this week as county and state officials work to resolve critical issues impeding the projects’ completion.
A profusion of interesting, significant and just plain wacky upcoming shows and artist opportunities dictates we run listings this week.
Credit Squeeze Hits F.C. Affordable Housing Effort Reporting to the Falls Church City Council at its work session Tuesday, leaders of the Falls Church Housing Corporation (FCHC) said that the global economic downturn, and the U.S. banking and credit crisis, has stalled progress on obtaining financing for their City Center […]
Hails Service of 3 Veteran F.C. Planners Editor, I am writing to extend my sincerest thanks to Maureen Budetti, Suzanne Fauber and Christine Sanders for their many years of intelligent, thoughtful service on the Planning Commission.
Most Fairfax County voters know that, in Virginia, we have elections every year, just like clockwork.