‘Professional Builder’ Magazine Cover Features McLean Company

September 22, 2014 4:30 PM0 comments

In celebration of its 50th anniversary, Miller and Smith, a McLean-based, award-winning real estate development company, made the September cover of Professional Builder, a national magazine focused on the home-building industry. The company emerged from a class project while David Miller and Gordon Smith were attending Harvard Business School. With […]

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Falls Church Arts ‘Loving Life’ Show Opening This Weekend

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Falls Church Arts will be opening their “Loving Life” exhibit this weekend at ArtSpace Falls Church.

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Mason Student Renovates Dulin Church Memorial Garden

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Boy Scout Troop 895 member Henderson Beam recently completed his Eagle Scout project, in which he landscaped the Memorial Garden adjacent to the Dulin Church sanctuary and installed a Peace Pole. The pole has an inscription of “May Peace Prevail on Earth” in four languages – English, Arabic, Spanish and […]

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Critter Corner: Resse

September 19, 2014 11:36 AM0 comments

Reese, a nine-year-old golden retriever and former furry resident of Ridgefield, Conn., has been happily sniffing her way around the sidewalks and parks of her new home city of Falls Church. You can catch Reese at Cherry Hill Park on most days, especially Thursday evenings when the bands are jammin’.

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Rebuilding Together Repairs F.C. Resident’s Home

September 18, 2014 1:10 PM0 comments

The Arlington/Fairfax/Falls Church chapter of Rebuilding Together (RTAFF) and over 30 volunteers from Wells Fargo made several repairs to the home of Falls Church resident Esther Casas Garcia’s home on Tuesday. The repairs included rerouting and cleaning out the gutters and building and painting a new porch on Garcia’s home, which […]

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FCCPS Food Services ‘Junior Chef’ Contest Underway

September 17, 2014 9:40 PM0 comments

The Falls Church City Public School department is hosting its first annual Junior Chef Contest, sponsored by FCCPS, Williams-Sonoma and Arlington County Public Schools (ACPS). The contest is open to FCCPS students between the ages of 9 – 18 and is an opportunity for children to test their creativity and […]

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Candidates for 8th Congressional Seat Speak to F.C. Chamber of Commerce

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Republican candidate Micah Edmond (left) answers a question from a member of the Falls Church Chamber of Commerce during the Chamber’s luncheon on Tuesday afternoon. Edmond, a candidate for the 8th district’s seat in the U.S. Congress, spoke to and answered questions from the Chamber along with Independent candidate Gwendolyn […]

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Over 600 People Participate in 2014 Run for the Schools

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Runners take off at the start of the Falls Church Education Foundation’s (FCEF) 10th annual Run for the Schools last Sunday morning. Local and regional notables, including Falls Church City Mayor David Tarter and 8th Congressional District Candidate Don Beyer and his wife Megan Beyer participated in the event. Over […]

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F.C. Resident Creates Nats ‘Magic Number’ Sign

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Falls Church resident Ted Lutz had been counting down the number of games the Washington Nationals had to win (and the Atlanta Braves have to lose) to clinch the National League East title at his house on Noland St. since late August. The Nats clinched the title on Tuesday night.

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F.C. Resident Completes Peace Corps Service

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Katherine Turner, 25, of Falls Church completed a term with the Peace Corps in early August. She was an economic development volunteer in Costa Rica working to improve local businesses and non-profit development through education planning and management courses. Turner, a graduate of George Mason High School, is the daughter […]

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