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Gas Leak Shuts Down Parts of Roosevelt Blvd.

May 10, 2017 2:23 PM0 comments

Parts of N. Roosevelt Blvd. in Falls Church are currently closed due to a gas leak Wednesday. The street, from Wilson Blvd. to Roosevelt St., is closed while Washington Gas works to repair damage cause by the leak. The City of Falls Church says gas crews have secured the leak […]

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Crime Report: Another Bomb Threat at S. Washington Building, Kidnapping Charge at Eden Center

May 9, 2017 4:56 PM0 comments

Less than a week after a Falls Church office building housing an abortion clinic was evacuated twice due to a fireworks explosion and a bomb threat, police investigated a second bomb threat at the same building last Wednesday. More on the latest threat here. In other Falls Church crime, a […]

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Two-Alarm Fire Surfaces At Bailey’s Crossroads Storefront

May 8, 2017 4:04 PM0 comments

A fire that required initial responders to call for backup set parts of the Overstock Mattress store ablaze at Bailey’s Crossroads last Friday, May 5 at around 4:30 p.m. Units from Fairfax County Fire and Rescue, Arlington County Fire Department and the City of Alexandria Fire Department were dispatched to […]

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Noonan Assumes Role As FCCPS Superintendent

May 5, 2017 5:03 PM0 comments

Being sworn in as the new Superintendent of Falls Church City Public Schools is Dr. Peter Noonan (left) by Arlington County Clerk of Courts, Paul Ferguson (right), during the Falls Church School Board meeting on May 2. Prior to joining FCCPS, Noonan has worked as both a teacher and administrator […]

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Mustangs Take Their Talents To Next Level

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Posing for pictures at the second annual Athletic Boosters Signing Ceremony are nine George Mason High School seniors who have committed to play sports at the collegiate level. (Seated from left) Maeve Donnelly, Bryn Mawr College; Rebecca Crouch, University of South Florida; Sarah Lubnow, Virginia Tech. (Standing from left) Dustin […]

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IB Art Show Opens Its Doors To Public

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International Baccalaureate (IB) art students put their work on display for the annual exhibit in George Mason High School’s auditorium throughout this week. The exhibit is open for viewing during school hours from 8 a.m. – 3 p.m., and also includes nighttime showings on Wednesday and Thursday from 7 p.m. […]

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FCCPS Recognizes Two Beginning Teachers

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Falls Church City Public Schools acknowledged the two recipients of the Apple Federal Credit Union Education Foundation Beginning Teacher Award, Catherine Barr of Jessie Thackery Preschool and Alissa Hamby of Thomas Jefferson Elementary School. Barr, an Inclusive Pre-Kindergaten teacher, and Hamby, a fourth grade teacher, were eligible to apply for […]

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Rep. Beyer Drops By Little City

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At an event featuring U.S. Rep. Don Beyer (second from right) at a Falls Church home Sunday, F.C. Mayor David Tarter (left) and Councilman David Snyder is joined by local artist and bon vivant Eileen Levy. (Photo: News-Press)

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Falls Church Garden Club Readies For Plant Sale

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The Falls Church Garden Club’s annual Plant Sale is being held on Saturday, May 13 from 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. at the Community Center gym (223 Little Falls St., Falls Church). This year the garden club is offering bargain prices on locally grown flowering perennials, hostas, ferns, shrubs, native […]

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Falls Church Arts Hosts New Exhibit

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Falls Church Arts Gallery at ArtSpace Falls Church is gearing up for its new exhibit, MORE or Less. The exhibit will be juried by Phyllis Furdell and will feature the works of artists such as Joan Slottow and Regina Petrecca. Artists are bringing their artwork for this show from all […]

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