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Judges Talk Taste of F.C. Prep, Favorites & More

September 15, 2016 10:30 AM0 comments

Nader Baroukh, Former City of Falls Church Mayor 1. How will you prepare for the Taste of Falls Church? No preparation really. Just showing up with a healthy appetite! I hope to bring some friends along to help. 2. What’s your favorite restaurant that has opened in Falls Church in […]

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GMHS Varsity Football 2-0 To Start Out Regular Season

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by Matthew Hochberg George Mason’s High School varsity football team battled Sidwell Friends on Friday night, before the Mustangs took charge in the second half. Down 29-20 going into the third quarter, Mason took their energy to another level and scored 29 unanswered points, shutting out their opponent en route […]

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New TJ Band Teachers Put on Demonstration for Students

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Two new band teachers at Thomas Jefferson Elementary School,  Charisse Rodriguez and Kayondra Reid, put on a demonstration for fourth graders at the school on Monday, Sept. 12. The purpose of the demonstration and assembly was to demonstrate different instruments and explain how to sign up for band. Then, on Wednesday, […]

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Del. Simon Commemorates Kieran Sharpe

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Long time Falls Church City Council and School Board member Kieran Sharpe was honored by Del. Marcus Simon at the F.C. Council meeting Monday night. Sharpe was presented by Simon with a large framed letter of commendation from the Virginia House of Delegates, with the Senate concurring. Over 26 years […]

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Sept. 25 Concerts vs. Gun Violence in F.C.

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A national “Concert Across America to End Gun Violence” will be held in over 200 locations nationwide on Sunday, Sept. 25. They will all be connected by way of social media and online. Four venues will be in Falls Church from 5 – 8 p.m., including Clare and Don’s Beach […]

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Frank Predicts Clinton Win in McLean Talk

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Former long-serving U.S. Rep. Barney Frank spoke at a home in McLean Saturday and predicted that Hillary Clinton would be elected in November, and added that while Democrats could easily gain control of the U.S. Senate, they may also grab a majority in House because of the unpopularity of Republican […]

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Editorial: Mason Row Remains a Go

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The news of the signing of the lease for Mike’s Deli to move into the old Long John Silver’s location on West Broad (actually a few feet outside the City of Falls Church limits, so it has a Fairfax County Leesburg Pike address) is good news for a couple of […]

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Man Attempts to Rob F.C. SunTrust Bank, Gets Apprehended

September 14, 2016 9:58 PM0 comments

An adult male allegedly attempted to rob the SunTrust Bank at 603 W. Broad Street in Falls Church between 2 – 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 14, but was unsuccessful by all measures, according to information from the Falls Church Police Department.

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Henderson Students Can Now Take Intro to Fashion Course

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Some eighth graders at Mary Ellen Henderson Middle School are enrolled in a new Introduction to Fashion Careers course this semester. In the course, students will explore all aspects of the fashion industry including fashion illustration, sewing/construction, merchandising and fashion history and trends. They will create a wearable art project and […]

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FCCPS Enrollment Grows Nearly 6.6% for New School Year

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Enrollment for the 2016-17 in the Falls Church City Public Schools has grown at all schools with a division-wide rate of growth of nearly 6.6 percent on the first day of school, with an additional 167 students from enrolling, according to statistics from the school system. Kindergarten is currently the […]

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