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F.C. Activists Host Appreciation Event for Retiring Rep,. Moran

September 8, 2014 9:50 AM0 comments

A large contingent of City of Falls Church political activists filled the public meeting space at The Spectrum this afternoon to honor retiring Rep. Jim Moran and to express appreciation for his two dozen years representing the 8th District of Northern Virginia in the U.S. House of Representatives with courage and distinction.

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Filled with History, Vice Mayor’s Home Nearly as Old as F.C.

September 5, 2014 2:54 PM2 comments

The house on the corner of Great Falls Street and North Maple Avenue in the City of Falls Church has undergone many renovations in the decades since it was built in the 1890s, but at its core lies a beautiful Victorian model almost as old as F.C. itself.

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F.C.’s Homestretch Wins Human Rights Award

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Homestretch, the highly-acclaimed Falls Church-based non-profit working to place homeless persons in housing, has been named the recipient of this year’s Human Rights Award from the Fairfax County Human Rights Commission. The honor will be presented at a ceremony on Sept. 16 at the county’s Government Center. The annual ceremony […]

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Art and Frame of Falls Church Features the Work of Susan Grace

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Art and Frame of Falls Church will be featuring the work of artist Susan Grace today through Sept. 30. The store, which is located at 111 Park Ave., Falls Church, will be holding a reception and artist’s talk tonight from 6 – 8 p.m. as part of the Little City’s First […]

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Critter Corner: Batman and Molly

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Batman and Molly are pictured above enjoying a summer morning. It’s unusual to find them both awake during the day, making this photo all the rarer. According to their owner, Bat is a totally spoiled rag doll and Molly is a lovely little Turkish angora from a rescue facility.

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After Slow Summer, F.C. Agents Ready for Fall Market Pick Up

9:12 AM1 comment

Labor Day weekend is much anticipated because it marks the start of a new school year and all the excitement and new things associated with it. But it’s more than just teachers, students and parents who are looking forward to this week. It’s also home sellers, buyers and real estate agents.

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F.C. Citizens Jam Community Center for Town Hall on ‘Mason Row’ Project

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A standing room only crowd of concerned Falls Church citizens jammed a meeting room at the F.C. Community Center Thursday night to hear a briefing from the developers on the proposed “Mason Row” project at the intersection of W. Broad and N. West Streets.

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Ted’s Bulletin Opening October 6 in Mosaic

September 4, 2014 1:48 PM0 comments

Next month, Ted’s Bulletin will debut at Mosaic District adding yet another dining option to the Merrifield development’s growing lineup when it opens its doors on October 6.

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Fit in Falls Church: Back to School, Back to Routine

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By Gretchen Powell Labor Day has passed and kids have piled back into classrooms, ready and raring for a brand new school year to kick off. While many lament this time of year as the beginning of the end of Summer, it also marks a return to normalcy – schedules […]

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A Penny for Your Thoughts: News of Greater Falls Church

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Fairfax County schools kicked off a new school year on Tuesday. Drivers are reminded to observe lowered speed limits in school zones, and never, ever, pass a stopped school bus with flashing red lights. Speeders and scofflaws in our school zones will be ticketed. Drivers should also be aware of […]

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