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City of F.C. Pilots New Play Streets Program

May 17, 2016 10:00 AM0 comments

The City of Falls Church Department of Public Works, with the help of a bunch of local parents and children, piloted a new Play Streets program they are mulling with an event on Saturday, May 14 at N. Virginia Avenue and Riley Street. Virgil Sea Sports and Activities and Prophetic […]

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Local Children Can Meet an F.C. Police Officer at the Library

May 16, 2016 3:30 PM0 comments

Children in grades K – 5 can meet Falls Church police officer James Brooks at Mary Riley Styles Public Library at 120 N. Virginia Avenue at the library’s Early Release Wednesdays event on Wednesday, May 25 from 3 – 4 p.m. in the library’s conference room. Officer Brooks, the community […]

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AT&T Hosts ‘Puede Esperar’ Event in Bailey’s Crossroads

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AT&T hosted an event at the Bailey’s Crossroads AT&T store, located at 5831 Crossroads Center, Falls Church, on Tuesday, May 10 to highlight the launch of Puede Esperar, AT&T’s new Spanish language It Can Wait campaign, to help educate the local Hispanic community on the dangers of distracted driving by having […]

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Volunteers Needed for ‘Falls Church Feeds the World’ Event

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Christ Crossman United Methodist Church is seeking volunteers for its Falls Church Feeds the World event, which will be held from 1 – 5 p.m. on Sunday, June 5 at Christ Crossman at 384 N. Washington Street. The volunteers are needed to help create 20,000 healthy meals that will be […]

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F.C. Teen Volunteer Orientation Slated for May 19

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The City of Falls Church is hosting an orientation on Thursday, May 19 from 6 – 6:30 p.m. for those between the ages 12 – 18 who would like to volunteer at Mary Riley Styles Library this summer. The orientation is in the library’s conference room at 120 N. Virginia Avenue. […]

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Critter Corner: Two Birds on Little Falls

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THESE TWO BIRDS were perched on branches of a tree on the west side of Little Falls Road, taking in one of the many rainy days the area has experienced recently.

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Review: Another Compelling ‘Garden of Allah’ Novel

May 13, 2016 1:56 PM0 comments

by J. Rosalyn In his second “Garden of Allah” novel, “The Trouble with Scarlett,” Martin Turnbull takes us back to the late 1930s where our three friends, Kathryn, Marcus, and Gwendolyn are a little older, much wiser, and still living at Hollywood’s Garden of Allah Hotel. As Turnbull takes the […]

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Mustang Girls Soccer Squad Beats Central High School 4-0

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by Matt Delaney George Mason’s varsity girls soccer team began the home stretch of their regular season with another batch of wins, this time over Rappahannock County 8-0 and Central High School 4-0. The Mustangs were a force against the visiting Panthers. With consistent possession of the ball Mason generated […]

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Mustangs Beat 3 Conference 35 Opponents

May 12, 2016 4:24 PM0 comments

by Matt Delaney Another week passes and George Mason’s varsity boys soccer team remains at the top of their food chain, besting Conference 35 opponents Central High School 8-0, Madison County High School 11-0 and Rappahannock County High School 8-0 all while preserving their unbeaten start to the season. Facing […]

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Guest Commentary: Relay for Life & Honoring Cancer Survivors, Fighters

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By Melissa Morse The American Cancer Society Relay For Life event is a life-changing experience. Our local Relay For Life of the Beltway will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2016 at George Mason High School from noon – midnight and celebrates the communities of Falls Church, Vienna, and Arlington. […]

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