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Police Seek Info After Dog Bites Man Outside of F.C. Starbucks

December 3, 2016 11:11 AM0 comments

Police are trying to locate a dog who bit a man outside of a Starbucks in the City of Falls Church on Friday. The bite victim will need to undergo rabies inoculations if the dog is not located in a timely manner.

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London Brass Rubbing Visits TJ Fifth Graders

December 2, 2016 4:32 PM0 comments

The annual visit from the London Brass Rubbings Workshop delighted TJ fifth graders who were able to make their own rubbings of replicas of historic brass plates. Lions, dragons, knights and ladies were some of the designs students were able to choose from. This is part of the Primary Years […]

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Girl Scout Troop 676 Makes Pies for F.C. Government Employees

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The Girl Scouts of Troop 676 recently made pies for Falls Church City police, fire fighters and public works staff in appreciation of their work to keep the City safe and moving.  Troop 676 includes Scouts Ciara Theisz, Elle Ehrlich, Megan Clinton, Camilla Hill, Audrey Morrison, Mya  KezarMalzahn, Lily Ramirez, […]

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Book Review: ‘The Other Einstein’ by Mileva Marić

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by J. Rosalyn The “other Einstein” is Mileva Marić, Albert Einstein’s first wife, a brilliant physicist who met Einstein when both were students at the Swiss Federal Polytechnic in Zurich, Switzerland in the late 1890s. Not much is known about Marić, but Marie Benedict, in this fictional account, has done […]

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Falls Church Arts Show ‘Where In The World’ Opens

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Falls Church Arts held an opening reception for its show “Where In The World,” on Thursday, Nov. 17 at The Kensington’s Information Center at 1212 W. Broad Street. The show features Falls Church Arts artists Nick Gatz, KC Rajendra and Shaun van Steyn and the opening reception was attended by […]

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Mustang Girls Basketball Off to Rough Start with Tuscarora Loss

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by Matt Delaney George Mason’s varsity girls basketball team opened their season on the losing end of a 54-38 bout with Tuscarora High School on Nov. 29 out in Leesburg. It was an upsetting outcome for the Mustangs, who returned a bulk of their core from last year’s 2A Regional […]

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F.C. Celebrates Its Veterans, Unveils New Plaques Honoring the Fallen

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Falls Church City residents, public representatives and other community members gathered at the Falls Church Community Center on Friday, Nov. 11 for the City’s annual Veteran’s Day Ceremony. The City revealed two plaques that list the names of Falls Church City residents who died while serving in the wars in […]

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Mason Boys Hoops Squad Opens With Dominant Victory

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by Matt Delaney Tipping off the season on a high note, the George Mason varsity boys basketball team made quick work of Falls Church’s own Trinity School at Meadow View with a 62-27 victory at home. There was a healthy amount of skepticism surrounding this year’s Mustang squad. After last […]

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Brooksfield Academy Creates Aromatherapy Sachets for Vets

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Students from the Montessori school Brooksfield Academy in McLean wanted to share their crop and love of gardening with a group of elderly veterans of the U.S. military in honor of Giving Tuesday, which was held on Tuesday, Nov. 29. In order to do that, students created 70 lavender aromatherapy […]

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George Mason HS Students Compete in ‘Poetry Out Loud’

December 1, 2016 4:28 PM0 comments

The two top students from each grade in the English classes at George Mason High School will competing in a school-wide event in the school’s Poetry Out Loud competition on Friday, Dec. 2 at 1:30 p.m. The winner will go on to represent Mason in the state level competition and, […]

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