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Merrifield Fall Festival Set for Oct. 18

August 27, 2014 8:11 PM0 comments

The Greater Merrifield Business Association is hosting the 10th Anniversary Merrifield Fall Festival on Saturday October 18 from 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. The festival will be held at the Mosaic shopping center and will feature local restaurants, live music, children’s activities and local business booths. Exhibit space is available […]

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Sislers Stone Expanding to West Virginia

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Sislers Stone, the Falls Church-based, 77-year-old, family-owned-and-operated stone shop, is expanding into and opening two new facilitates: Sislers Stone West and a new wholesale venture, Shenandoah Stone Supply.

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Orange Monkey Frozen Yogurt Shop Closes

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Orange Monkey, one of the City of Falls Church’s many frozen yogurt shops, has closed its doors in the West End Plaza at 1075 W. Broad Street after about a year in operation. No news yet on what business will take over the location.

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F.C.’s Idrobo Appointed to State Body

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Julio Idrobo of Falls Church, chair of the City’s Housing Commission, has been appointed by Gov. Terry McAuliffe to a position on the Virginia Latino Advisory Board for a four-year term through June 30, 2018, it has been announced by Jennifer Sayegh of the governor’s board appointments team. “Gov. McAuliffe […]

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Congress Moran’s News Commentary: Women’s Issues Conference

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I will be hosting my final Women’s Issues Conference on Saturday, September 13 at 9 a.m. at nearby Washington-Lee High School in Arlington. We will hear from keynote speaker Neera Tanden, President of the Center for American Progress. Named one of the “Most Influential Women in Washington” by National Journal, […]

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Editorial: The ‘New Year’ Begins Tuesday

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Labor Day Weekend is often considered an occasion for reflection, more appropriate as the start of a new year than the much more superficial New Year’s Eve. This is because it marks the start of a new school year, and also a new legislative and electoral year. Most campaigns for […]

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F.C. Businesses Dive in to Ice Bucket Challenge Movement

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All around the nation celebrities, politicians and common folk have been dumping buckets of ice water on their heads – or getting friends to do the deed – and donating money to organizations that work on behalf of patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), a neurodegenerative disease.

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City of Falls Church to Hold ‘Recycling Extravaganza’

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The City of Falls Church Department of Public Works will host the Recycling Extravaganza on Sept. 6 from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m., according to a press release from the city. City residents may bring hard-to-recycle items to the Property Yard and Recycling Center, located at 217 Gordon Road, Falls Church, […]

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Road Closures At TJ Elementary Noted

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With the new school year beginning, Falls Church City officials are advising citizens of the revised road closures during arrival and dismissal times at Thomas Jefferson Elementary School in Falls Church. These changes are implemented to create a more pedestrian-friendly environment for the students. General vehicular traffic will be closed […]

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Restaurant Spotlight: Galaxy Hut

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With vintage arcade games as dinner tables, quirky comic strips on the walls and a diverse stream of music playing, Galaxy Hut is a no-frills chill spot for anyone looking for delicious, eclectic food and a variety of draft beers. This cozy, if not divey, Clarendon restaurant and bar is […]

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