Smart Tech Innovations Bring Convenience to Homes

June 5, 2015 4:03 PM0 comments

by Liz Lizama There is no doubt emerging smart home technologies have transformed real estate as we know it today. A recent Coldwell Banker survey of 500 agents revealed nearly 64 percent of associates agreed buyers are more interested in homes with smart home features and technology than they were […]

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Solarize Falls Church Program Ends on June 30

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Attention, Falls Church residents! This program is not too good to be true. And it ends June 30. It’s Solarize NoVA, the energy program, with a free energy audit, a solar site evaluation, and discounts up to 20 percent. Plus, if a system is up and running by the end […]

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F.C. Schools Bus Driver of 38 Years Dies

June 3, 2015 6:57 PM0 comments

In Falls Church on May 9, Bobby Eppard, for 38 years a bus driver in the Falls Church School System, died after a lengthy illness. Husband of the late Janet Eppard; father of William and Robert Eppard and Kimberly Watts; grandfather of Robert, William, Tiffany Eppard, and Steven Watts. He […]

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Bjerke Reappointed, Sworn In as F.C. Registrar

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David Bjerke was officially reappointed yesterday as the City of Falls Church General Registrar for a four year term by the Electoral Board. The General Registrar is responsible for registering voters, maintaining current voter registration records, and establishing and maintaining public places for voter registration. “Mr. Bjerke’s reappointment is based […]

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S. West St. Reconstruction Forum Monday

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The City of Falls Church’s Department of Public Works issued a public invitation for the community to learn more about the South West Street Road Reconstruction Project. City staff will host an informal community meeting on June 8 at 6:30 p.m. outside on Lanier Place at South West Street. The […]

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Gross, Swanson Face Off in June 9 Primary

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Veteran Mason District Supervisor Penelope “Penny” Gross, seeking a sixth four year term this year, faces a rare Democratic primary challenge next Tuesday June 9 from political newcomer Jessica Swanson. The Mason District of Fairfax County lies adjacent the City of Falls Church and is part of the Greater Falls […]

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Broadfalls Tenants, Manager Face Off at Housing Group

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A strong contingent of tenants of the aging Broadfalls Apartments in the 700 block of West Broad Street had the opportunity to vent their frustrations with issues of security, maintenance and poor communication directly to building manager Mike Dalton at a meeting in a St. James School hall Tuesday night.

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Flurry of Last Minute Filing Activity Spurs Hopes for Lively Fall Races

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As the deadline now looms immediately for candidates to be certified to run for City Council and School Board in the City of Falls Church this November, things have started to pop.

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FOOD NEWS: New Thai Restaurant Comes to Mosaic, Plaka Grill Delayed & Free Donuts Friday

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  Plaka Grill Inches Closer to Opening on W. Broad The Falls Church location of Plaka Grill now looks to open sometime this month, says the restaurant’s Cathy Drosos. Initially planned to open early this year, several delays have pushed back the Little City debut of the Greek cafe coming […]

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Falls Church Resident Ruth Morton Mileson Dies at 89

June 1, 2015 3:06 PM0 comments

Ruth Morton Mileson of Falls Church and Plymouth, Mass. died on March 12, 2014 at 89. She was born March 12, 1925 in Plymouth, Mass. She is survived by two daughters, Susan (Mileson) Modisher, and Beth Mileson, Susan’s husband Jim Modisher, and two grand children, Heidi (Modisher) Steele and Dustin […]

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