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Reception for Henderson MS Retirees Held on Thursday

June 7, 2018 12:00 PM0 comments

Parents, teachers and students alike are encouraged to come to Mary Ellen Henderson Middle School (7130 Leesburg Pike, Falls Church) Thursday at 4:30 p.m. to recognize the class of 2018 retirees who will be in attendance. A reception will be followed by recognition of each retiree. All told, the seven […]

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Founder’s Row ‘Unique,’ Consultant Finds

June 6, 2018 8:21 PM0 comments

A real estate consultant retained by the City of Falls Church to do an independent evaluation of components of the proposed Founder’s Row 4.3 acre development in the City reported to the F.C. City Council at its work session Monday that the Mill Creek company’s claims about its plans are […]

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VDOT Work Begins on Rosslyn Walk, Bikeability

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Work is underway on a project to improve pedestrian and cyclist safety, as well as provide additional traffic management and street beautification in the Rosslyn section of downtown Arlington. The Virginia Department of Transportation improvements, in cooperation with Arlington County, are along North Lynn Street (Route 29) between northbound Lee […]

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Editorial: In F.C., Make Growth Personal

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Falls Church Mayor David Tarter once again cautioned his colleagues on the Falls Church City Council that he didn’t have any inside information, but that he felt it was important to underscore the fact that if either or both — Amazon and/or Apple — chose Northern Virginia for new secondary […]

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Police Investigating Shooting Threat Made at Stuart High

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Fairfax County Police reported that they are investigating a school shooting threat directed at J.E.B. Stuart High School in Falls Church this week. The threat, which reads “School shooting on Friday 8th of June. Prepare to Die,” was originally disseminated over social media. The threat was written in pencil and […]

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Local 1st Grader Selected as National Finalist in Doodle 4 Google Competition

June 4, 2018 5:21 PM0 comments

Pine Spring Elementary 1st grader Sarah Gomez-Lane has been named one of five finalists in the national Doodle 4 Google competition. Drawing for this year’s theme, “What Inspires Me,” Gomez-Lane’s “Dino Doodle” was originally selected as one of the finalists for her K – 3rd Grade age group on May […]

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Crime Report: Massage Parlor Operating Without a Permit, Plus a Stolen Chainsaw

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The owner of a Falls Church massage parlor was issued multiple summonses for operating without permits at its location on Little Falls St., according to the latest City crime report issued today. The Green Spa Massage was cited for multiple violations including no massage therapist permit, operating a massage establishment […]

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El Patron is Open for Business

June 1, 2018 4:00 PM0 comments

A RIBBON CUTTING organized by the Falls Church Chamber of Commerce was held Thursday night celebrating the opening of the new El Patron Bar and Grill on S. Washington St. at the site of the former Blanca’s. Mayor David Tarter and other dignitaries were on hand to fete the new […]

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Tinner Hills Blues Festival Next Weekend

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The 25th Annual Tinner Hill Blues Festival, presented by Tinner Hill Heritage Foundation and City of Falls Church takes place Friday, June 8 – 10 all throughout Falls Church. The festival begins Friday, June 8 from 5 – 10 p.m. with a Blues Block Party at Mad Fox Brewing Co. […]

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F.C. Native Speaks at Harvard Commencement Day

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Falls Church native and Harvard Law School graduate student Pete Davis served as one of three orators during the university’s Commencement Day. Davis is an industrious individual who started clubs dedicated to discussing big ideas as well as a small start-up company called “Getaway” that landed him a pitch on […]

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