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Tree Fest a Success at the Art Space

December 7, 2017 7:30 PM0 comments

Over $2,400 was raised for more than a dozen City of F.C. non-profits last weekend at the fourth annual Tree Fest held at the Art Space on W. Broad Street, the initiative of City resident Melissa Morse. The heavy attendance over the three-day event was exposed not only to beautiful […]

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Northwest Arlington Lions to Hold Citrus Sale

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The Northwest Arlington Lions will be holding a charity fundraiser by selling fresh citrus, pecans and maple syrup at the Overlee Pool (Bath House – Lower Level), (6030 Lee Highway, Arlington) Lower Entrance off John Marshall Dr. Exact times and dates are listed as follows: Thursday, Dec. 7 from 7 […]

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Correction: Diva Lounge Description

5:26 PM0 comments

In an article on new businesses at the Eden Center this week, the News-Press incorrectly characterized the Diva Lounge as a “nightclub.” The Eden Center management made no such characterization. We apologize for the error.

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McLean HS Newsmagazine Gets National Praise

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The Highlander, McLean High School’s newsmagazine, was honored with a Pacemaker award at the National Scholastic Press Association-Journalism Education Association convention held recently in Dallas. McLean High School is a Fairfax County public school. The Highlander is one of just 26 high school newspapers-newsmagazines nationwide to win the Pacemaker this […]

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Christ Crossman Church Brings Bethlehem to Life

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This Christmas season Falls Church residents are invited to walk through historic Bethlehem. On Dec. 8 and 9 from 6 – 8 p.m., Christ Crossman United Methodist Church (384 N Washington St., Falls Church) will open its doors to the community. The journey begins with a live nativity scene and […]

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Letters to the Editor: ‘Zero Energy’ School Will Save Money in Long Run

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Letters to the Editor: December 7 – 13, 2017   ‘Zero Energy’ School Will Save Money in Long Run Editor, Kudos to Falls Church City Public Schools for incorporating environmental sustainability into the George Mason High School RFQ, envisioning a George Mason that is LEED Gold certified, includes a geothermal […]

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Editorial: Welcome to Our Holiday Party

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Next Thursday, Dec. 14, the mighty Falls Church News-Press will host its 28th annual Holiday Party, almost all of which have been held since 1990 at what is now the Center for Spiritual Enlightenment building next to the State Theatre on N. Washington St. It goes from 5:30 to 7:30 […]

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Columbia Church Presents Its Christmas Musical

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Columbia Baptist Church (103 W Columbia St., Falls Church) will present their Christmas musical, “A Holiday Houseful” that is suitable for all audiences. This family friendly production tells the story of a family reunion that almost doesn’t happen and when it does, it is anything but traditional. After the show, […]

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Guest Commentary: What Effect Will the New Tax Law Have on Me?

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By John Sterner A holiday surprise! We might have the first major tax reform since the Tax Reform Act of 1986. Both the House and Senate have passed their version of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. The next step is committee for reconciling the differences, then both chambers have […]

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Schedule of F.C. Meetings on Broad/Washington Plan Set

December 6, 2017 9:40 PM0 comments

Following deliberations on the project by the F.C. Planning Commission Monday night, the Insight Property Group’s proposal for a seven-story mixed use building and six-story residential multi-family building with 295 units at the northeast corner of E. Broad and N. Washington is scheduled for a long list of City boards […]

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