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F.C. Signs Highlight Continued Advocacy

January 5, 2018 5:45 PM0 comments

Staying strong is the Falls Church-based advocacy group, We Support the Girls, who rose to the aid of several young girls after they were sexually assaulted by a community member in June 2011. The legal process for sexual assault convictions is lengthy and the group ensures the victims are accommodated […]

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Kaine Seeks Rehearing of Pipeline Decisions

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Today, Virginia U.S. Senator Tim Kaine sent a letter to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) requesting that it grant a rehearing request on the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) and the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP). Kaine’s letter supports formal requests for rehearing made by a number of stakeholder groups and […]

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Free Tai Chi Class Offered for Resolutioners

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To open 2018, Sun & Moon Taiji One will host a Tai Chi Open House with free trial Tai Chi Class on Monday, Jan. 8 from 8 – 9 p.m. The event is open to anyone, especially those interested in working towards a New Year’s Resolution for better physical-mental health. […]

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GIVE Day is Approaching, Here’s How You Can Help

3:15 PM0 comments

Thomas Jefferson Elementary schools’ (601 S. Oak St., Falls Church) GIVE Day event is quickly approaching. Held on the Martin Luther King holiday, the event focuses on assembling Power Packs for distribution through Food for Others. The morning’s activities in the gym require a great deal of advanced planning. There […]

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School Board Thanks Former Members for Service, Welcomes New Faces

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No longer on the Falls Church School Board as of Jan. 1, after meritorious service, (left to right) Margaret Ward and John Lawrence, who along with Michael Ankuma sought not to seek re-election last November. Still on the board are (right) Justin Castillo and the board’s student member Nathan Holmes. […]

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Gerrymandering Discussion Slated for Sunday

January 4, 2018 8:00 PM0 comments

Why is gerrymandering considered a form of voter suppression? When did it start and why is it continuing? Hear the answers to these and more questions on Sunday, Jan. 14 at the American Legion Post 130 (300 North Oak St., Falls Church) as Brian Cannon, Executive Director of OneVirginia2021 presents […]

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Local Firm’s Aerial Photography Used in NYT

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Local architecture and urban planning firm, Digital Design & Imaging Services, Inc. (DDIS) was featured in a Dec. 19, 2017 edition of The New York Times’ for a piece titled, “The Year from Above,” featuring bird’s eye views of some of the biggest social and environmental occurrences throughout 2017. DDIS […]

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Grace Christian Academy to Hold Open House Jan. 31

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Grace Christian Academy, serving students from preK – 8th grade, will be hosting an admissions open house on Wednesday, Jan. 31st beginning at 7 p.m. Grace is accredited with exemplary status by WELSSA (Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod School Accreditation), ACTS (Association of Christian Teachers and Schools), NCPSA (National Council for […]

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DMV 2 Go Bus Returns to Falls Church on Friday

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The City of Falls Church Commissioner of the Revenue presents several opportunities for DMV services in the Little City in January. The full-service DMV 2 Go bus will be in front of City Hall (330 Park Ave., Falls Church) on Friday, Jan. 5 from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. The […]

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Tinner Hill Foundation to Host 2 Events this Sunday

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On Sunday, Jan. 7 at 1 p.m. the public is invited to join the Falls Church and Vicinity Social Justice Committee, whose mission is hope, respect and healing, the Falls Church Police Department and the Falls Church Police Anniversary Badge Committee, as well as the Tinner Hill Heritage Foundation at […]

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