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Mustangs Walloped by Marshall, Look to Regroup for Home Stretch

October 19, 2017 12:55 AM0 comments

By Alex Moore The Marshall Statesmen handed the George Mason Mustangs a tough 49-8 road loss last Friday in a clash between two Falls Church area high school football teams. With the defeat, the George Mason fell to 5-2 on the season. Marshall improved its record to 6-1. The shorthanded […]

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Editorial: Referendum’s Defeat Will Cost More

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It makes no sense to us why opponents to the school bond referendum on the ballot in the City of Falls Church next month argue against the high taxes that they claim will burden them if it passes. There is a wide consensus among the groups that support passage of […]

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Crime Report: Pedestrian Struck During Hit & Run Plus More Lawn Equipment Thefts

October 16, 2017 3:39 PM0 comments

Hit and runs in Falls Church took a scary turn when a pedestrian was hit during the latest incident, according to the crime report released Monday. Police report the victim, who declined medical treatment, was struck by a brown Toyota sedan on S. Washington St. at midnight last Tuesday. In […]

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Northam Stops By F.C.’s Eden Center

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On the campaign trail in the City of Falls Church’s Eden Center is Virginia’s Democratic candidate for governor, Ralph Northam (center-left), alongside State Delegate Marcus Simon (left). Northam was treated with the punny-est of gifts to commemorate his visit to Northern Virginia’s hub for the Vietnamese community.

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F.C. Distillers Nearly Through First Month

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Say cheese for the ribbon-cutting of a new business, Falls Church Distillers, during its official opening back on Sept. 21. Those in attendance ranged from City Council members to state delegates to Mayor David Tarter himself, whose last minute quip broke the formality of the occasion and is what’s responsible […]

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Mason’s Annual Club Fair Sees Students Getting Involved

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Posted up and ready to greet fellow Mustangs for the Club Fair at George Mason High School is this student, who appears to be pulling double duty. The clubs ranged from Black Student Association to Chess Club and received a strong turnout.

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Critter Corner: Thor

October 13, 2017 7:00 PM0 comments

Comfortable as ever while perched on the back deck during this cool autumn night is the Ziayee family’s Siberian Husky, Thor. When he’s not protecting the Kingdom of Asgard, he’s enjoying chicken treats and squirrels that play chicken.

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Community Tour of George Mason High School

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If you’re curious about the state of the high school and have heard a lot about the decision to renovate or build a new school, then you’re encouraged to come on a tour of George Mason High School and see for yourself on Wednesday, Oct. 26 from 4 – 7 […]

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Robbery at Mini-Mart in Seven Corners

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A robbery involving multiple suspects took place around 11 a.m. at the Euro Market in Seven Corners Friday morning. One person was transported to the hospital after suffering non life-threatening injuries. Fairfax County Police responded to a call shortly before 11:30 a.m. after receiving a report that a group entered […]

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Blues Artist Michael Roach Returns to United States

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This Sunday, Oct. 15 at 5 p.m. marks the return of Piedmont Blues (East Coast Blues) guitarist, singer and storyteller Michael Roach, back to the U.S. after a five year absence. The Tinner Hill Heritage Foundation and the City of Falls Church will be Roach’s first stop while back stateside […]

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