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Fairfax Chief Defends Arrest of F.C. Man

November 6, 2017 9:55 AM0 comments

Fairfax County Police Chief Edwin C. Roessler Jr. defended his officers involved in an arrest Saturday morning at the annual Annandale Parade, according to a statement from the department. In that account, the man was standing in the street at Gallows Road and Columbia Pike blocking the start of the […]

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McLean Art Society to Sponsor ‘Starvin Artists Sale’

November 3, 2017 6:35 PM0 comments

The McLean Art Society is sponsoring a “Starvin Artists Sale” on Nov. 3 – 5 in which no original painting is more than $99 + tax. There will be a reception Friday evening from 5 – 8 p.m. at the site, Idylwood Presbyterian Church (7617 Idylwood Rd., Falls Church) The […]

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Affordable Home Ownership Help Offered

5:45 PM0 comments

The Homeownership and Relocation Services Division of the Department of Housing and Community Development brings affordable home buying opportunities to Fairfax County’s eligible first-time homebuyers. The division’s eight staff members provide homebuyer counseling; host home buying education classes, as well as programs that offer affordably priced homes, mortgage and down […]

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Bill Murray Drops in to Cue Recording

4:05 PM0 comments

No need to check your eyes, what you’re currently looking at is comedy legend Bill Murray visiting local recording studio, Cue Recording right off the Little City’s Park Avenue. Murray was at Cue with Paul Schaffer to record tracks for his “to be announced” project. Last week Murray was spotted […]

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Fairfax Discovery Trail Program Awarded

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The Fairfax County Park Authority’s 2016 Discovery Trail Map-Presidential Election has been honored by the Virginia Recreation and Parks Society (VRPS). The special election-year version of the popular map program won a VRPS award for Best Promotional Effort-Traditional in a population area greater than 100,000. Officials from the Park Authority […]

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Hillary Clinton Signs Copies of Her New Book in Falls Church

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Former Secretary of State and presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton came to the Seven Corners’ Barnes and Noble bookstore in Falls Church today to sign copies of her new book, “What Happened,” to citizens, including many children, who formed a long queue that snaked around the bookstore. She made no […]

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International Night at Jefferson Set for Dec. 1

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The Falls Church Elementary Parent-Teacher Association’s fifth annual International Night will be held on Friday, Dec. 1 from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. at Thomas Jefferson Elementary (601 S oak St., Falls Church). This event gives students a chance to learn about the rich cultural diversity and global experiences found in […]

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Learn About Pets and the Afterlife in Engaging Seminar

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Learn how some pets have the ability to send signals to the living, and may wait for their humans in the hereafter. Rob Gutro, author of Pets and the Afterlife, shares scientific studies that prove our pets have emotions and personalities. He will identify the signs they give their humans […]

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Cub and Boy Scouts Begin to Make Rounds for Food Donations

12:46 PM0 comments

On Saturday Nov. 4, Falls Church-area Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts will walk through neighborhoods to distribute plastic bags for food donations as part of the annual Scouting for Food drive to benefit local food pantries. Scouts will return the following Saturday morning, Nov. 11, to collect the bags with […]

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‘Arts Night Out’ Slated for Nov. 16 in McLean

November 2, 2017 6:25 PM0 comments

The New Dominion Women’s Club (NDWC) will host “Arts Night Out,” an evening of art and appetizers along with a silent auction on Thursday, Nov. 16 from 7 – 10 p.m. at McLean Project for the Arts (MPA) Chain Bridge location (1446 Chain Bridge Rd., McLean). The evening offers a […]

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