WEEK IN REVIEW: Politics, School Board and Water

Debates, decisions and selections owned the headlines in Falls Church last week.

Now that the world knows who Republican presidential candidate in this years election, people have been chiming in on the pick. Ken Feltman, chair of the Falls Church City Republican Committee, and several more voiced their opinions in our .

Closer to home, people were interested in another big announcement. When word came down that , . The water utility had been the topic of discussion for months with word that nine other companies, including Fairfax Water, were interested in bidding for the 80-year old system.

The community and Falls Church City Public Schools both on how to fund a push to upgrade technology throughout the school system.

Fairfax County police were busy solving a murder and ticketing pedestrians, motorists and last week.

Throughout Northern Virginia Tuesday, neighborhoods celebrated NNO with block parties and other cool events. One Falls Church neighborhood hosted residents and county police for food, fun and tips on how to keep their community safe from crime.

County police after he allegedly stabbed his roommate to death inside their apartment. Police also reported that since starting their pedestrian enforcement along Gallows Road in Merrifield near the Dunn Loring Metro station, they have at $250 a pop.

While some people are looking for volunteer opportunities, Dr. Gordon Theisz is doing it, , University of Virginia, for a month at a time. He won’t have one for a while, but for years, he has showed young medical students what it’s like to have a family medicine practice.


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