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Letters to the Editor: Why Aren’t There More After-Hours Parking Lots?

April 20, 2017 9:15 AM0 comments

Letters to the Editor: April 20 – 26, 2017   Why Aren’t There More After-Hours Parking Lots? Editor, I occasionally eat dinner at various establishments on Broad Street (West and East). I recently ran into the “Towing Vultures” (cost is/was $160) that hover over the parking areas surrounding West and East […]

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McLean Community Garage Sale Coming April 22

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The McLean Community Center will hold its annual Spring Community Garage Sale from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m., on Saturday, April 22. The sale will be held in the parking garage located at 1420 Beverly Rd. Admission to the sale and parking are free. The sale will offer shoppers the […]

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Former F.C. Resident Convicted of Sexual Assault

April 19, 2017 9:35 PM0 comments

Sergio Velasquez Cardozo, 35, formerly of Falls Church, has been found guilty by a jury in Washington, D.C. of charges stemming from an incident in which he sneaked up on a college student and grabbed and groped her, announced U.S. Attorney Channing D. Phillips. A jury found Velasquez Cardozo guilty […]

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Snyder Wins $ for W&OD Trail Intersection Project

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Falls Church City Councilman David Snyder yesterday made the motion for a set of the National Capitol Region’s Transportation Planning Board actions that were adopted and included $249,000 for the Falls Church W&OD Trail Intersection project. The motion passed unanimously.

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Dems Target 17 Va. GOP Districts Won by Clinton

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At the Richmond Legislative Report luncheon hosted by the Falls Church Chamber of Commerce and Merrifield Business Association Tuesday, State Sen. Dick Saslaw and State Del. Marcus Simon stressed how pivotal the role of Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe was in this year’s session, vetoing 40 bills passed by the Republican-controlled […]

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F.C. Students Earn Academic Honors

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The following students from Falls Church recently were initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi at their respective colleges. Phi Kappa Phi serves as the nation’s oldest and most selective all-discipline collegiate honor society, welcoming scholars from all academic backgrounds into its group. Peggy Brozi was initiated at […]

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Editorial: The Legacy of James M. Scott

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In what was a week of tragic losses for the City of Falls Church. Former Virginia State Delegate James M. (Jim) Scott passed away last Saturday after a lengthy struggle with Alzheimer’s. Scott served for 22 years in the General Assembly from 1992 to 2014, representing the 53rd District that […]

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Falls Church’s Bertha Sullivan Dies

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Bertha Sullivan, “Bea” as she preferred to be known and a longtime resident of Falls Church City since 1968, passed away March 28, 2017 due to congestive heart failure and pneumonia at Fairfax Hospital. Wife of the late John Edward Sullivan, both had been active members of the local V.F.W. […]

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Crime Report: Stolen Wallet, Laptop & Bottle of Crown Royal

April 18, 2017 3:44 PM0 comments

Most of this week’s Falls Church crime report consists of thefts including a wallet taken from a locker at 24 Hour Fitness, a power washer stolen from a shed on Great Falls St., a laptop taken from a vehicle, stolen jewelry from Yasini Jewelers and a bottle of Crown Royal […]

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Longtime Falls Church Resident Kathleen Jones Dies at 61

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Kathleen A. Jones died peacefully in her home in Falls Church, Va. at the age of 61. Kathleen was born in Bridgeport, Conn. and was the only daughter of Patrick F. and Teresa C. Jones. She graduated from Sacred Heart School and Cathedral High School in Bridgeport. She then attended […]

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