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One More Page Books Announces Summer Events

June 26, 2015 12:00 PM0 comments

One More Page Books, located at 2200 N. Westmoreland St. #101, Arlington, announced its Summer 2015 events schedule on Monday. Their slate of authors and events kicks off on Monday, July 5 at 2:30 p.m. when the local indie bookstore co-hosts a launch party for best-selling author John Gilstrap and […]

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City of F.C. Continues Independence Day Tradition

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UPDATE: This report has been changed to reflect an update of the parking restrictions released by the City of Falls Church. The City of Falls Church continues its annual Independence Day tradition, hosting its annual fireworks display at George Mason High School next Saturday, July 4. Seating is available at […]

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City Asks Drivers to Use Caution Around City Hall, Library

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The City of Falls Church posted an announcement on its website earlier this month asking drivers to use caution while driving around the Falls Church Community Center, City Hall Cherry Hill Park and Mary Riley Styles Public Library. Due to Summer camps at the community center and programs at the […]

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Inaugural Mid-Summer Festival Slated For July 12 at The Falls Church

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The Falls Church Episcopal at 115 E. Fairfax Street is hosting its inaugural Mid-Summer Festival on Saturday, July 12, 11:30 a.m. – 2 p.m. The free festival will include a Dixieland Jazz band, two water slides, face painting, bubbles and snow cones, according to a press release sent out about […]

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Guest Commentary: When it Comes to Gun Safety, Ask the Question

June 25, 2015 12:32 PM1 comment

By Shaun Dakin I am writing to thank both the Falls Church City Council and the Falls Church City School Board for proclaiming Sunday, June 21, 2015 Asking Saves Kids, or ASK, Day in Falls Church City. This proclamation joins others in cities and states across the country to promote […]

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Mary Riley Styles Summer Reading Program Kicks Off

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Mary Riley Styles Public Library kicked off its Summer Reading Program, themed “Every Hero Has a Story,” yesterday afternoon with an event in the library’s Children’s Reading Room. There were activities such as glitter tattoos, crafts and balloon animals, one of which is being made by Marsha Gallagher of Just […]

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Letters to the Editor: The Accurate Story Behind The Husky Chef Program

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Letters to the Editor: June 25 – July 1, 2015   The Accurate Story Behind The Husky Chef Program Editor, I’ve been disappointed to read articles about the Mary Ellen Henderson Husky Chef competition and see them fail to give credit where credit is due. There have been morning announcement […]

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4 F.C. Police Members Head to World Police & Fire Games

June 24, 2015 6:06 PM1 comment

Four members of the City of Falls Church Police Department will be competing in the World Police and Fire Games kicking off this Friday in Fairfax County. Master Police Officer Jennifer “Missy” Elliot will compete individually and as part of a duo in women’s golf next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, […]

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Gallows Rd. Bridge Over Rt. 50 Set for Rehab

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Del. Kaye Kory announced that the Virginia Department of Transportation held an informational open house for the public to learn more about plans to reconstruct the Gallows Road (Route 650) bridge over Arlington Boulevard (Route 50) yesterday at the Luther Jackson Middle School. The bridge is a 128-foot-long, two simple-span, […]

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Rep. Beyer Submits Gun Legislation

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U.S. Rep. Don Beyer, whose 8th District of Virginia includes the City of Falls Church, introduced the Keeping Guns from Criminals Act yesterday to close a loophole in federal law that allows straw purchasers and gun traffickers to funnel firearms to felons, juveniles, and other restricted purchasers with little to […]

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