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F.C. Library Closed Thursday

June 21, 2017 8:11 PM0 comments

Due to a new catalog integration project now underway at Mary Riley Styles Public Library (120 N. Virginia Ave.) in Falls Church, the library be closed today, Thursday, June 22, officials announced late Wednesday.

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Va. Senators Seek Health Care Cost Info

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Virginia’s U.S. Sens. Mark R. Warner and Tim Kaine yesterday issued a statement announcing they’ve asked Virginia’s top insurance regulator to inform consumers about the health insurance cost increases many are experiencing because of the Trump administration’s threats to stop paying billions of dollars in cost-sharing subsidies that lower the […]

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Editorial: ‘Without Fear Or Favor’

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“The nervous system of any age or nation is its creative workers, its artists….Deny the art of our time its only spring, which is the true expression of its passionately personal problems and their purification through work, and you will be left with a soil of such aridity that not […]

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Book Review: “To Dream, Anatomy of a Humachine 1”

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By J. Roslyn Louis K. Lowy does a stellar job unveiling a complicated plot with many moving parts in the first novel of his new series: To Dream, Anatomy of a Humachine. His protagonist, Dr. Niyati Bopari, is a brilliant roboticist and bio-physicist who mourns her beloved son, Jay, a […]

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Crime Report: An Abduction, Credit Card Fraud & 6 More Hit & Runs

June 20, 2017 5:20 PM0 comments

A 17-year-old juvenile was arrested on Gundry Dr. in the City of Falls Church last Thursday and charged with abduction and kidnapping, grand larceny and assault and battery, according to the latest Falls Church Crime report. In other crime, there were four larcenies reported (two from cars), two reports of […]

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3-Month Construction Project Underway Near Cavalier Trail Park

June 16, 2017 3:31 PM0 comments

A construction project to address poor drainage among other issues is now underway at the end of W. Westmoreland Rd. in the City of Falls Church and will last for about three months.

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Critter Corner: Winter Hill Bunny

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Caught on camera is the infamous Winter Hill Bunny, who boldly hops her way around the neighborhood taking bites out people’s crops, like resident Babs Williams. Luckily, Williams let Bunny off with a warning because she’s just too precious.

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Youth Wrestler Stands Above Rest in D.C. Metro Area

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Felix Chang (left) became the first athlete to win national championships in both submission and grappling after taking first place in the Northeast Nationals submission grappling tournament at Mennen Arena in Hanover, New Jersey this past weekend. Chang last won this competition in 2014 and has now won 14 national […]

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Pick Up Medication Before the School Year Ends

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The Falls Church City Public Schools’ Health Aides ask that all medication stored in the Health Rooms be picked up no later than the student dismissal time on the last day of school, next Thursday, June 22. It is school policy that medications be picked up by the parent or […]

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Plein Air Festival Winners Strut Their Stuff

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“Scenes in the City” Plein Air Festival winners were revealed at the Farmer’s Market on Saturday, June 10. The winning works are (from left to right): Don Beyer Volvo-Kia Plein Air Prize – “Farmhouse at Cherry Hill,” by Michael McSorley (not pictured); The Young Group Artist Choice Award – “Cherry […]

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