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Crime Report: Uber Driver Assaulted, Home Burglary & More

April 10, 2018 6:08 PM0 comments

The top news in this week’s City of Falls Church crime report is the burglary of a house on Grove Ave. last week while the residents were at home. While some of the stolen items were recovered nearby, the suspects are still at large. In other Falls Church crime, there […]

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Justice High School Logo Unveiled

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J.E.B Stuart High School has released its new logo as it prepares for the transition to Justice High School during the summer of this year. The new logo for Justice High was made public by Stuart High principal Penny Gros Monday. Stuart was renamed Justice High School by the Fairfax […]

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Northam Vetoes 7 Bills; 1 Would Block Higher Wages

April 9, 2018 8:49 PM0 comments

By Deanna Davison, Capital News Service RICHMOND – Gov. Ralph Northam vetoed a flurry of bills Monday, including one to prohibit local governments from requiring contractors to pay their employees more than minimum wage. House Bill 375, introduced by Del. Glenn Davis, R-Virginia Beach, passed the House and Senate on party-line […]

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Critter Corner: Courage, Busy & Shyness

April 6, 2018 6:45 PM0 comments

THE SIBLINGS, all six years old, of brother Courage (middle) with sisters Busy (left) and Shyness pose for a family portrait.

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13th Annual Jaguar 5K Run/Walk Slated for April 28

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Falls Church High School (FCHS) students, parents and nearby residents are encouraged to register and attend the 13th Annual Jaguar 5K Run/Walk and Kids one mile Fun Run that will take place on Saturday, April 28. Registration information can be found on and then clicking the “Files and Links” […]

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Wang Named Grand Marshal for Annual Memorial Day Parade

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Falls Church City historian Midge Wang will preside over the City’s annual Memorial Day Parade as the Grand Marshal on Monday, May 28. The City’s Recreation and Parks Advisory Board selected Wang based on her life-long dedication to the Falls Church, and most notably her efforts towards the preservation, restoration and […]

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‘Safe Virginia’ Task Force to Address Gun Violence

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Virginia House Democrats announced the formation Tuesday of a “Safe Virginia” task force to address gun violence in communities across the commonwealth. Del. Charniele Herring of Alexandria said the initiative is a direct response to House Republicans’ Select Committee on School Safety, which the GOP members said would not take […]

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Prescription Drug Take Back Day on April 28

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On Saturday, April 28 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., the City of Falls Church Police Department and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) will give the public an opportunity to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs. Residents are […]

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Mason Robotics Qualifies for World Championship Finals

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On March 29-31, the George Mason High School Robotics team competed at the Chesapeake District Championship, held at the University of Maryland. Mason Robotics was in 12 qualification matches with a random selection of alliance partners resulting in a record of 4-7-1. The team accumulated some of the highest stats […]

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Vietnam Veterans Meeting Scheduled for April 19

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Chapter 227, Vietnam Veterans of America Inc., invites all veterans, friends and the general public to attend the April 19 chapter meeting at Amphora Restaurant (377 Maple Avenue West, Vienna) at 7:30 p.m. BJ Elliott Prior will discuss her stewardess service on the commercial flights (aka Freedom Bird) that transported […]

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