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Lorenzo The Great To Perform At Library June 10

May 25, 2017 12:10 PM0 comments

Falls Church resident magician Lorenzo the Great! will perform a free magic show Saturday, June 10 at 11 a.m. at the Mary Riley Styles Public Library (120 N. Virginia Ave., Falls Church). Over the years, Lorenzo has also performed at Mount Daniel Elementary School and Thomas Jefferson Elementary School as […]

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Local Market & Thrive Tribe Wellness Team Up For Fun

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The Local Market & Thrive Tribe Wellness have partnered up to give the Falls Church community the tools to kick off the summer season with fun, nutrition and movement. The series will include family workouts, newsletters and social media posts that include health & wellness tips, delicious recipes to eat […]

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3 Qualified So Far for November Council Election

May 24, 2017 9:33 PM0 comments

Three candidates seeking to run for four seats on the seven-member Falls Church City Council have already been certified by F.C. Registrar David Bjerke. Incumbents David Snyder and Dan Sze and first-time candidate Ross Litkenhous have submitted a qualifying number of petition signatures. Incumbents Marybeth Connelly and Karen Oliver have […]

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F.C. Council OK’s New Student Commissioners

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The recruitment and interview process completed by the Citizens for a Better City at its annual meeting Sunday night with the announcement of 13 new high school students, the Falls Church City Council on Monday night voted unanimously to appoint the students to an array of City boards and commissions, […]

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Council Retains Campus Economic Development Team

9:30 PM0 comments

With a unanimous vote to fund the first of a three-phase process for marketing the economic development component of the George Mason High School campus project, the Falls Church City Council Monday retained the Washington, D.C.-based firm of Alvarez and Marcal. The firm scored highest on a competitive bidding process […]

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Editorial: No Time for Naysayers

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We are encouraged by the optimistic, can-do posture of the Alvarez and Marsal group that has been retained to work on the economic development component of the Falls Church Campus Process Working Group. In their comments to the economic subcommittee of the group last Friday, they indicated a willingness to […]

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Crime Report: Falls Church Sees 5 Hit & Runs in 5 Days

May 23, 2017 6:50 PM0 comments

It was a busy week for hit and runs in Falls Church with five reports of the crime, according to the latest City of Falls Church crime report. Last Wednesday, May 17, police report three hit and run incidents including one in a West Broad St. parking lot, one in the […]

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Founders Row Off Agenda for Tonight’s Falls Church City Council Meeting

May 22, 2017 5:37 PM0 comments

The agenda item for tonight’s May 22. Falls Church City Council meeting pertaining to a request for a revision to the Founders Row terms for a special exception has been removed, according to City Hall. The City’s communication office says the developer of the 4.3-acre project is unable to attend […]

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Bird’s Nest & Light Fixture Cause West Falls Church Gas Station Fire

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A roof at a gas station in Falls Church caught fire last week and caused an estimated $60,000 in damages, officials reported today. The Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department reported that early last Friday morning, May 19, at 1:03 a.m., they received reports that an Sunoco gas station on Lee […]

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Critter Corner: Cassie

12:45 PM0 comments

Snuggled up in one of her favorite spots is the Irons family’s cat, Cassie. The four-year-old Tortie puts the age-old rivalry of cats and dogs to bed, quite literally, by sleeping on plush pups.

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