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All Clear at Falls Church City Hall After Bomb Threat

June 8, 2017 5:27 PM0 comments

Police have given the “all clear” at Falls Church City Hall after the building was evacuated due to a bomb threat early Thursday evening.

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Field Days Wrap Up Another School Year

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Racing their way to the finish line are Mount Daniel School students during the annual field day that took place on Tuesday, June 7. The activities, which also included a rainbow-colored parachute for students to play with, are a fun way to celebrate the end of another year. (Photo: Haley […]

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Educational Course About Animal Dads

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Learn about the dads in the animal kingdom in honor of Father’s Day. Recommended for ages 3 – 5 years. Program is hosted at the Long Branch Nature Center (625 S Carlin Springs Rd., Arlington) on Tuesday, June 13 from 10:30 – 11:30 a.m. The theme for preschool programs is […]

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Rain Barrel Distribution Taking Place on June 17

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The City of Falls Church will host a pre-made rain barrel distribution on Saturday, June 17 from 1 – 4 p.m. at the Property Yard (7100 Gordon Rd. Falls Church). Each barrel costs $65 and must be purchased in advance via credit card or PayPal on the Fairfax County website. […]

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VPIS Meeting on George Mason HS Campus Project

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The Village Preservation and Improvement Society (VPIS) Spring Meeting will feature a panel discussion on the latest information on the Mason Campus redevelopment project, including panelists: Mayor David Tarter; Phil Reitinger, School Board; Russell Wodiska, Planning Commission and Dr. Peter Noonan, School Superintendent. Also updates on the City Hall Renovation […]

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Guest Commentary: Fighting for Progressive, Democratic Values

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By Ralph Northam On June 13, Virginia Democrats will have an important choice to make. With President Trump in the White House threatening our values, Virginia’s next governor needs to be a brick wall on the things we care about most – I’m ready for that fight. I’ve been fighting […]

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Munchkin Sightings in Falls Church

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Falls Church attorney Mark Werblood poses with three of the “munchkins” who are part of the cast for “The Wizard of Oz” being performed beginning this weekend at the Creative Cauldron. Werblood, on the board of the Cauldron, is a prominent sponsor of the production. (Photo: News-Press)

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Annual Pops For Pets Concert Set For June 25

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The Fourth Annual Pops for Pets Concert benefits both the Arlington Philharmonic and the Animal Welfare League of Arlington (AWLA) and takes place on Sunday, June 25 at the Lubber Run Amphitheater (200 N Columbus St., Arlington) starting at 6 p.m. The much anticipated community event invites the public to […]

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Letters to the Editor: F.C. Needs Comprehensive Development Solutions

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Letters to the Editor: June 8 – 14, 2017   F.C. Needs Comprehensive Development Solutions Editor, Falls Church faces a number of significant projects in the near future or just over the horizon. A new high school is slated to be on the ballot this fall. Last fall, voters approved a […]

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Clergy Changes at Catholic Diocese of Arlington

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The Most Reverend Michael F. Burbidge, Bishop of Arlington and head of the Catholic Diocese of Arlington, has announced the following clergy appointments that will take effect immediately on Wednesday, June 28. Reverend Brian G. Bashista will be moving on from serving as Parochial Vicar at Saint James Parish in […]

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