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Editorial: We Endorse Bennett, Beyer & Connolly

October 12, 2016 8:18 PM0 comments

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has engineered a deep rift in his own party and is defiant in his resolve to make his enemies pay, both inside his own party and out. His Democratic rival Hillary Clinton will go to jail if he’s elected, he insists, and he boasts that […]

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Nearly 50 Attend STEAM Night at Henderson MS

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Mary Ellen Henderson Middle School hosted its first STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) Night of the school year on Wednesday, Oct. 5. Henderson principal Ty Harris and the STEAM teachers at the school are hosting quarterly STEAM Nights at the school this year. The first such event of […]

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16-Year-Old Native of F.C. Starts College Early

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16-year-old Falls Church resident Samuel Statter is one of three local students who started college early at Bard College at Simon’s Rock this semester, according to the school. The other two students are Charley Constantino, 17, of Alexandria and Anne Devlin, 16, of Arlington. Their academic and personal achievements stood […]

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Crime Report: Handgun Stolen from Vehicle During String of Break-Ins

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Vehicle break-ins have returned to the City of Falls Church with a string of break-ins reported last week according to the latest crime report. Police report items being stolen from three cars last Thursday, Oct. 6, including one instance where a handgun was taken from a vehicle on Oak St. […]

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Mason Wind Ensemble Invited to Perform at Carnegie Hall

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The George Mason High School Music Department recently announced that its Wind Ensemble has been invited to perform at the legendary Carnegie Hall in spring 2017. It will be one of five high school musical groups chosen to take the stage at Carnegie Hall in an adjudicated performance on March 21, […]

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Teen Support Peer Group to Meet in Falls Church

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A free peer-run teen support group for children ages 13 – 17 will meet on Sunday, Oct. 16 at the Bonita Woods Wellness Center at 140 Little Falls St., Suite 111. The group is being organized by two local high school students, Lily and Zander. The group is a chance […]

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Inaugural Pints 4 Paws Beer Festival Slated for Oct. 16

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The Animal Welfare League of Arlington is hosting its first-ever Pints 4 Paws Festival on Sunday, Oct. 16 from 1 – 5 p.m. at Courthouse Plaza Parking Lot, located at the corner of Courthouse Road and N. 15 St., Arlington. The festival will feature unlimited craft beer tastings from New District […]

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League of Women Voters Hosts Library Referendum Forum

October 11, 2016 1:44 PM0 comments

The Falls Church League of Women Voters is holding an open forum on Sunday, Oct. 16 from 3 – 4:30 p.m. on the referendum on the Mary Riley Styles Public Library renovation and expansion project which will be on the November 8 ballot. Falls Church Community Center at 223 Little […]

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F.C. Papa John’s Held Up by 2 Men Monday

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Two men, at least one armed with a gun, robbed a person in the parking lot of the Papa John’s on West Broad and then proceeded to hold up the pizza store before fleeing the scene Monday night in the City of Falls Church.

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Local Veterans Organization Hosts Talk On Military-Industrial Complex

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Chapter 227 of the Vietnam Veterans of America hosted Molly Sinclair McCartney at its membership meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 15, where she gave an overview of America’s military-industrial complex that was born during the Cold War. She and her late husband and wounded World War II veteran, Jim McCartney, wrote America’s […]

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