Articles by: FCNP.com

Vietnamese-American Veteran Friendship Monument Sought

April 13, 2018 11:49 AM0 comments

Bob Smith of the Greater Falls Church Veterans Council presented to the Falls Church City Council Monday a plan for the construction of a Vietnamese and American Veterans Friendship monument at the intersection of E. Broad and Hillwood Avenue, just behind the 24 Hour Fitness facility at the far east […]

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Locals Show Support for the March for Our Lives

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A HOST of locals were out and about during the March for Our Lives protest that took place in the nation’s capitol on March 24. These Falls Church women were in good spirits upon debarking the Metro at the East Falls Church Station following the mass demonstation in Washington, D.C. […]

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Student-led Protest at NRA HQ on April 14

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Residents can show their support for the efforts of youth across the country who are speaking truth to power and demanding change to U.S gun laws at the Student Protest at the National Rifle Association’s headquarters (11250 Waples Mill Rd., Fairfax) on Saturday, April 14 from noon – 2 p.m. […]

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Creative Cauldron Premieres ‘Witch’ This Weekend

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“Witch,” a world premiere musical starring Broadway legend Florence Lacey and Helen Hayes Award Winner Iyona Blake, begins its run on Thursday, April 12. Weaving a thread from the Salem Witch trials through modern day politics, “Witch” examines the complex and compelling stories of women who’ve been labeled as witches […]

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Mason Students Recognized for Art & Writing Success

April 12, 2018 6:15 PM0 comments

The Alliance for Young Artists & Writers has awarded 2018 Scholastic Art & Writing medals to George Mason High School students Estelle Timar-Wilcox and Annie Castillo for poetry, and Tenzin Namgyel for photography. The three were among eight Mustangs to have won Gold Keys in the regional competition in February. […]

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Free Shredding Event For Residents at RE/MAX

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In honor of Earth Day 2018, residents can join the team at RE/MAX West End (710 W. Broad St., Falls Church) for a shredding event where attendees can safely dispose of valuable papers and help protect the environment at the same time on Saturday, April 21, from 10 a.m. – […]

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Falls Church Rotary’s Test Essay Winners Announced

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Winners of the Falls Church Rotary Club’s Middle School Four Way Test Essay Competition were announced at last week’s meeting on Thursday, April 5. The contest winner was Daniel Lian with Victoria Chen taking second place and Faraz Ali Mirza earning third place winner. The top three finishers were joined […]

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Letters to the Editor: Shame If We Can’t Provide Teachers Adequate Pay

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Letters to the Editor: April 12 – 18, 2018   Shame If We Can’t Provide Teachers Adequate Pay Editor, I am wondering why Councilman Phil Duncan is pushing to not pay the hard working teachers of Falls Church City Public Schools? We live in one of the wealthiest counties in […]

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Mason Senior to Perform at National Portrait Gallery

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Blake Myles Hopkins, a senior at George Mason High School, auditioned for Paris-based artist, Lee Mingwei and the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery staff and was subsequently selected for the opportunity to perform at the Gallery’s celebration of 50 years of defining the nation’s history through portraiture on two upcoming dates: […]

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Guest Commentary: Lean Budget Supports Fair Wages for Teachers, Staff

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By Carolyn Bruce, Laura Downs & Mary Stevens With the recent recognition as “Healthiest City in America,” our city has a lot to be proud of – walkability, access to healthy food and exercise options and great schools. Our school system prides itself in playing an essential role in the […]

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