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Finalists in City of F.C. Vehicle Decal Contest Announced

February 11, 2016 12:27 PM0 comments

Voting is now open for finalists in the City of Falls Church’s vehicle decal contest to determine the next design for the City’s annual sticker. Voting will close next Friday, February 19 at 11:45 p.m.

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Mustang Sports Roundup

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Compiled by Jack West, Jessie Beddow and News-Press reports Scholastic Bowl The 2A East Region Scholastic Bowl tournament was held Saturday, Feb. 6 at Robert E. Lee High School in Staunton. The team first defeated Buffalo Gap, breaking open a close game with a great final round to win 280-110. […]

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Potomac School Teacher Receives Marine Education Fellowship

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Sarah Hollingsworth, teacher at Potomac School in McLean, has been selected by the non-profit organization Ecology Project International to participate in an eight-day Research & Education Fellowship in Baja Mexico. Ecology Project International is a field science and conservation organization that partners scientists with students and educators in ecologically critical environments in […]

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The Langley School Hosts First-Ever STEAM Fair

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The Langley School hosted its inaugural STEAM Fair on Saturday, Feb. 6 to celebrate the school’s interdisciplinary, inquiry-based approach to learning and discovery through science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics. More than 300 students and parents came to campus to take part in fun, interactive STEAM-based challenges such as building […]

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Letters to the Editor: The State Theatre Should Think More About Acts It Books

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Letters to the Editor: February 11 – 17, 2016   The State Theatre Should Think More About Acts It Books Editor, The State Theatre shooting will not affect my decision to attend shows there in the future.I have been going to the State Theatre for the past 15 years. I mainly […]

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New Cauldron Musical ‘Hayes Recommended’

February 10, 2016 9:25 PM0 comments

“Monsters of the Villa Diodati” opened to a full house last Saturday night and to critical acclaim. Broadway World hailed it “a must-see.” D.C. Metro Theater Arts hailed is as “mesmerizing” and and “irrefutable success.” Writers Matt Conner and Stephen Gregory Smith were applauded by D.C. Theatre Scene for their […]

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Richmond Agreement Reached on I-66 Plan

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State officials in Richmond announced a bipartisan agreement yesterday to reduce traffic congestion on Interstate 66 in Northern Virginia. The Transform 66 project includes widening I-66 eastbound on a four-mile stretch from the Dulles Connector Road to Ballston, improving public transit and adding options for single drivers. Under the project […]

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Editorial: Baseball, Symphonies & More Swimming Ideas

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As imaginations run wild concerning proposals for development of the 36 acres ceded to the City of Falls Church by Fairfax County as part of the water sale deal in 2014, one viable opportunity lies in what was a hot-button issue over that property two dozen years ago. It was […]

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Mustang Girls Lose to Clarke County, 36-33

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by Matt Delaney Closing in on the regular season’s finale, George Mason’s varsity girls basketball team stumbled against a visiting Clarke County High School, losing 36-33 on Thursday, Feb. 4. Mason trailed 28-26 going into the fourth quarter. Clarke County was teeming with momentum after taking the lead late in […]

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Mason Boys Hoops Goes Undefeated In Regular Season Play

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by Matt Delaney George Mason’s boys basketball team finished their goal of a perfect regular season by defeating Rappahannock County High School 71-39 on Wednesday, Feb. 3, Clarke County High School 51-36 on Friday, Feb. 5 and Madison County High School 70-51 on Tuesday, Feb. 9. Madison County proved to […]

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