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GMU School of Management is Now ‘School of Business’

July 23, 2014 7:11 PM0 comments

George Mason University’s School of Management officially changed its name to the School of Business on July 15. The name change was adopted in an effort to emphasize the school’s focus on all areas of business and management. Ranked in 2014 among the top 100 undergraduate business school programs and […]

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U.S. Fish & Wildlife HQ Now in Falls Church

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The headquarters of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service will be fully operational in its new Falls Church offices on Monday, July 28. It is moving from its Arlington location, which closed Wednesday, July 23. Employees will telecommute until the new office at 5275 Leesburg Pike opens.

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Arlington OKs Fire Engine Purchase

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The Arlington County Board has agreed to help fund a new fire engine, ambulance, ladder truck and three additional firefighters at the Falls Church Fire Station. The N. Washington Street station is located in Arlington but the land and building are owned by the City of Falls Church. The partnership […]

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Circuit Court Signs Orders for 2 F.C. Elections

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Arlington Circuit Court Judge William T. Newman, Jr. has signed the orders to authorize two Falls Church elections, one for the Mt. Daniel School bond referendum and the other for a special election to fill the unexpired term of the city treasurer, City Hall has reported. Both elections will be […]

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Falls Church Introduces ‘Little City’ License Plate

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The City of Falls Church announced this week the creation of a new license plate featuring The Little City logo.

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Editorial: Productive Vs. Non- Productive Growth

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The greatest lie embedded in the notion of a “free market economy” is the claim that there are no important distinctions between kinds of economic activity. When applied to the U.S. national economy, as it was with a vengeance under the influence of the radical libertarian Federal Reserve Chairman Alan […]

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Congress Moran’s News Commentary: A Humanitarian Crisis

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It is past time for our nation’s lawmakers to take action to address the skyrocketing levels of unaccompanied migrant children attempting to cross our country’s southern border. This recent surge is a humanitarian crisis, but, as with most important issues, this Congress is acting with no sense of urgency. Two […]

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From the Front Row: Kaye Kory’s Richmond Report

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This week I have been pleased to accept an appointment to the Virginia General Assembly’s Joint Commission on Health Care (JCHC). The commission was established in 1992 with this mission: “to ensure that the Commonwealth as provider, financier and regulator adopts the most cost effective and efficacious means of delivery […]

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Our Man in Arlington

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A most local of local histories is the new personalized recounting of the “Integration of Wakefield High School.” The paperback published by the scholarship-giving Wakefield High School Education Foundation offers powerful memories of one of Arlington’s historic transitions – some so painful for participants it took decades of time’s passage […]

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F.C. Launches School Supply Drive

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The City of Falls Church Housing and Human Services (HHS) is holding a school supply drive for students in need. Donations are being accepted through August 20 at the HHS office in City Hall (G Level, Room G04, 300 Park Ave.) during business hours, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – […]

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