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Urban Agriculture Symposium Slated for October 3

September 30, 2015 11:30 AM0 comments

The Virginia Cooperative Extension’s Urban Agriculture Symposium, a day of workshops and discussions about growing food in urban areas for personal use or for sale, is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 3, from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the Fairlington Community Center, located at 3308 S. Stafford St., Arlington. Topics that […]

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George Mason HS Hosts Google Educational Summit

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George Mason High School will play host again this year to the Second Annual EdTechTeam Northern Virginia Summit on November 7 & 8. The event will be focused on deploying, integrating and using Google Apps for Education and other Google Tools to promote student learning in K-12 and higher education. […]

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New Road Closure as S. West Reconstruction Moves to Next Phase

September 29, 2015 4:31 PM0 comments

Beginning Wednesday, Sept. 30, South West Street will be closed from Parker to Fowler streets as the City of Falls Church moves into the next phase of its S. West. reconstruction project.

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Crime Report: More Locker Theft at 24 Hour Fitness

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A week after two lockers at Falls Church’s 24 Hour Fitness were broken into – including one where car keys were taken and subsequently used to rob a car – another locker was broken into and another set of keys were taken which resulted in a purse stolen from a […]

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F.C. Resident Wins $30,000 Rolls-Royce Fellowship

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Falls Church resident Matt Jones, an aerospeace and ocean engineering major in Virginia Tech’s College of Engineering, was one of three students in Tech’s College of Engineering named 2015 Rolls-Royce Doctoral Students. Jones, Christina DiMarino or Yorktown Heights, NY and Austin Scherbarth of West Chester, Ohio will receive an annual […]

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McLean Community Center Releases October Calendar

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The McLean Community Center recently announced their event schedule for October and it includes a Kings Dominion trip, a 9/11 Museum & Memorial Tour and a Haunted Gingerbread Houses Workshop. Residents of the Center’s tax district, Small District One-A Dranesville, are eligible for discounts on fees. McLean Community Center’s slate of […]

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Local Vietnam Vets Dedicate POW/MIA Chair at Nats Park

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An honor chair for prisoners of war and those missing in action was dedicated on Friday, Sept. 18, POW/MIA Recognition Day, at Nationals Park through joint effort by chapter 227 of Vietnam Veterans of America, the Washington Nationals and the Hussey Seating Company. The chair dedication ceremony included a public announcement honoring all […]

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Registration Open for New NoVa Comm. College Session

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Registration is now open for an eight-week session that begins Wednesday, Oct. 21 at Northern Virginia Community College. Registration for the session closes at 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 20. Students may enroll 24 hours a day at or in person at one of Northern Virginia Community College’s six campuses in Alexandria, […]

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McLean Resident Joe Broom Wins $10,000 Scholarship

September 28, 2015 2:24 PM0 comments

The Davidson Institute of Talent Development has announced the 2015 Davidson Fellows. Among the honorees is 18-year-old Joe Broom of McLean, Va. Joe won a $10,000 Davidson Fellows Scholarship for his project, “Music as Voice: Presenting the Mosaic of Life.” He is one of only 20 students from across the […]

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Early Release Wednesdays Features Pumpkin Painting

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Mary Riley Styles Public Library’s Youth Services Division is hosting a Early Release Wednesdays event featuring pumpkin painting on October 7 at 3 p.m. Children in grades kindergarten – 5 grade are invited to the library’s youth services room at 120 N. Virginia Avenue to kick off the season of […]

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