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Little City Readies for Taste of Falls Church

September 8, 2017 10:00 AM0 comments

The City of Falls Church Taste of Falls Church at the Fall Festival ( will be Saturday, September 16 from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. on the grounds of the Community Center (223 Little Falls St., Falls Church). Admission is free for all; fair rides and tasting require the purchase […]

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BASIS in McLean Welcomes New Administrative Team

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BASIS Independent McLean (BIM) started its second year with a new administrative team, including BIM’s Associate Head of School, Ron Kim, formerly of Phillips Exeter Academy in New Hampshire and Director of Student Affairs for Upper School, and Tiffany Conroy, coming from St. Anne’s School in Annapolis, Maryland. The private […]

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Trailers Receive Classroom Treatment at Mt. Daniel

September 7, 2017 6:10 PM0 comments

Rolling out the trailers to accommodate the renovation project at Mount Daniel Elementary School is the next phase in the school’s multi-year initiative to expand the property’s site. The construction efforts began in June and now some students will be spending the next year in a different setting to keep […]

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CD Cellar Celebrates Business’ 25th Anniversary

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The CD Cellar (105 Park Ave., Falls Church) will be celebrating the establishment’s 25th year in existence with a party this Saturday, September 9 from 3 – 8 p.m. Guests can expect raffle prizes, live music from four different bands and a DJ at the event.

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Del. Simon’s Labor Day BBQ Unites Familiar Faces

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The Falls Church Contingent at Del. Marcus Simon’s Labor Day backyard barbecue at the home of Nancy and the late Del. Jim Scott Monday included two area U.S. congressmen. Left to right: F.C. Council member Phil Duncan, F.C.’s own U.S. Rep. Don Beyer, F.C. Revenue Commissioner Tom Clinton, F.C. Treasurer […]

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Booster Tailgate for First Home Football Game

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George Mason High School will be hosting a Booster Tailgate to kickoff the 2017 varsity football season at home this Friday, September 8, going from 5:30 – 7 p.m. All standard cookout favorites can be expected, from burgers and hot dogs to eat as well as beverages to be provided. […]

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Christ Crossman Combats Hunger By Assembling Meals

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Christ Crossman United Methodist Church (384 N Washington St., Falls Church) will partner with Rise Against Hunger, an activist wing within the United Methodist congregation that was formerly known as Stop Hunger Now, to start to assemble more than 30,000 meals to help create a world without hunger. The event […]

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Letters to the Editor: Lee Was a Traitor & Racist, He Was Not a Gentleman

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Letters to the Editor: September 7 – 13, 2017   Lee Was a Traitor & Racist, He Was Not a Gentleman Editor, Last week, Joe Dunn’s letter to the editor stated “I do not know of anyone who ever thought of Robert E. Lee as anything other than a gentleman” […]

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F.C. Planning Chief: Frequent Project Inquiries

September 6, 2017 9:52 PM0 comments

James Snyder, planning department chief for the City of Falls Church, confirmed at Tuesday’s F.C. Council work session that despite the fact the City may be almost a year away from deciding on a developer for the GMHS Campus Development site at the City’s west end, developers are constantly contacting […]

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Railroad Cottages Vote Due Monday

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Following an update at this Tuesday’s Falls Church City Council work session where it was reported that a draft license agreement was received by the City from Northern Virginia Parks to permit an easement to widen Railroad Avenue from eight to 16 feet, the second and final approval by the […]

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