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Zinga Hosts Fundraiser With Falls Church Band Boosters

May 19, 2017 10:36 AM0 comments

Falls Church City Band Boosters is partnering with Zinga Frozen Yogurt to celebrate music in Falls Church City Public Schools on spring concert nights this Thursday from 3 p.m. – 9 p.m. at Zinga’s storefront in Falls Plaza Shopping Center (1106 W. Broad St., Falls Church). Zinga will donate 25 […]

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ABCD Sets Up Two New Little Free Libraries

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Adding two new Little Free Libraries at the Kingsley Commons townhomes was the Arlington Boulevard Community Development Organization (ABCD) 4-H Club. ABCD is a nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing educational opportunities to underserved children and families in the Arlington Boulevard corridor of Falls Church. (Photo: ABCD)

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AKA Sorority Conducts Annual Playground Project

May 18, 2017 6:30 PM0 comments

The Chi Beta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated will be hosting its third annual AKA 1908 Playground Project this year on Saturday, May 20th at West End Park (1048 W. Broad St., Falls Church) from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. As a part of the project, AKA […]

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Tinner Hill Hosts ‘Prelude To Blues’ House Concert

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The Tinner Hill Heritage Foundation hosts its Prelude to the Blues House Concert on Saturday, May 20 at a private residence listed on a purchased ticket. The concert will feature award-winning pianist and vocalist Daryl Davis as a part of the Boogie Woogie Blues. $25 tickets. Ticket price includes food […]

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Overturned Car Found Beside St. James Catholic School

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An overturned car was found by local residents on the northern side of the Saint James Catholic Church and School that runs parallel to Park Ave. around 3 p.m. Thursday afternoon. Police arrived on the scene soon after and determined that an adult male was the driver and lone occupant […]

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McLean Student Named VHSL Journalist of the Year

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McLean High School senior Melanie Pincus was named Virginia High School League’s (VHSL) 2017 Student Journalist of the Year and is also the recipient of the Charles Savedge Scholarship. Pincus was the unanimous choice of a three-person selection committee composed of two college journalism educators and one professional journalist. Judges […]

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The Langley School Students Receive Help with Class Project

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Showing off her gifts from the state of Louisiana is a third grade student at The Langley School. Third graders participated in a class project where they had to gather information on all 50 states by contacting people within small towns. The students received hearty responses as residents in each […]

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St. James Celebrates 125-Year Anniversary

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Saint James Catholic Church (830 W. Broad St., Falls Church) will celebrate its 125th year in existence on Sunday, May 21 during the noon Mass. A reception will immediately follow the Mass in the Joseph Knecht gym. The Most Reverend Michael F. Burbidge, Bishop of Arlington, will celebrate the Mass. […]

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Guest Commentary: The Conversation Still Matters the Most

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By Danica Roem If you’re from Falls Church, chances are you haven’t driven down a dirt road close to home in a little while. That’s quickly becoming the case for many residents in the Town of Haymarket in western Prince William County, where a spur of residential growth has doubled […]

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Civil War Day Set For May 20 At Cherry Hill Park

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The City of Falls Church hosts its annual Civil War Day on Saturday, May 20 at Cherry Hill Park (312 Park Ave., Falls Church) 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Attendees will learn about the effect the Civil War had on Falls Church. Re-enactors will portray civilians and soldiers. Attendees can […]

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