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Our Man in Arlington

December 16, 2014 3:30 PM0 comments

Arlington makes a mission of being economically diverse. But market forces push in the opposite direction. That clash as it impacts the exploding costs of housing was explored at a Dec. 10 Committee of 100 discussion. The upshot: hope for solutions built around a convergence of interests between aging baby […]

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Crime Report: Another Week of Vehicle Crime in Falls Church

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Another week of City of Falls Church Crime Reports and another week of vehicle crime. Eight of 11 crimes reported in today’s release involved  a vehicle including three vandalisms (smashed windshield, dented car and punctured tire), two larcenies (stolen car stereos and smash and grab of a purse) and two DUIs. […]

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Mustang Swimmers Start Season by Dominating District Competitors, Qualifying for VHSL State Meet

December 15, 2014 6:16 PM0 comments

George Mason High School’s varsity boys and girls swim teams dominated their district competitors in the first two weeks of the season. A Mason swimmer placed first in every event the Mustangs have entered in the two meets they’ve entered. The Mustangs beat Central High School in a season-opening dual meet […]

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Lights Go on Downtown F.C. Trees, Ceremony Tuesday

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For the first time in the history of Falls Church, festive lights are being placed in trees in the 100 and 200 blocks of W. Broad this year, with a formal ceremony welcoming the lights at 5 p.m. Tuesday.

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Critter Corner: Sunny

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This is Sunny, a 7-month-old orange tabby cat who went missing around 4 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 29, from the corner of Tod Street and Stuart Place. Sunny was wearing a light blue breakaway collar with his name and address on an identification tag when he went missing. If you see […]

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Police Seek Suspects in Apparent Murder Outside of Falls Church-area Hookah Bar

December 13, 2014 2:55 PM0 comments

Darnell Rashard Ford, 20, of Capital Heights, Md. was apparently shot to death last night during a night of celebrations at Safari Shisha Lounge in Bailey’s Crossroads, Fairfax County police reported this afternoon. Police are seeking the public’s help in identifying the suspect or suspects responsible for the apparent homicide, […]

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Holiday Tree Auction Underway at F.C. Hilton

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Silent bidding began last night at the new Hilton Garden Inn at Falls Church Tree Fest, an event aimed at raising funds for local nonprofit organizations. Throughout the weekend, bidders will put forth their best offer on Christmas trees decorated by either local nonprofit organizations or businesses supporting a nonprofit […]

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Native Foods Cafe Brings Vegan Fast-Casual Dining to Falls Church

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UPDATE: This report has been updated to include the address of the Falls Church location of Native Foods Cafe. Native Foods Cafe is continued its entree into the Washington-metropolitan on Friday when it kicked off a weekend of soft openings at the Falls Church location of its vegan fast-casual eatery. The […]

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‘A Kodachrome Christmas’ Comes to The Alden

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Pat Hazell, a writer for NBC’s “Seinfeld” and creator of “The Wonder Bread Years,” is bringing the one-man show A Kodachrome Christmas to The Alden theater in McLean next weekend. Hazell wrote and is directing this comedic and irreverent show, which takes audiences into the colorful world of cable-access television hostess […]

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Falls Church HS Grad Named NCAC Newcomer of the Year

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Emily Grabauskas, a freshman on Denison University’s cross-country team and 2014 graduate of Falls Church High School, was named the North Coast Athletic Conference’s Newcomer of the Year on Monday. She also earned second-team All-NCAC honors after finishing 11th at the 2014 North Coast Athletic Conference Cross-Country Championship last month. […]

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