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DMV Services Offered in Little City This Month

January 7, 2019 10:27 AM0 comments

The City of Falls Church Commissioner of the Revenue has announced several opportunities for Department of Motor Vehicle services in The Little City in January. The full-service DMV 2 Go bus will be in front of City Hall (300 Park Ave.) on Friday, Jan. 11 from 9 a.m. – 4 […]

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Van Steyn’s Announce Upcoming First Child

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FALLS CHURCH NATIVE Simon Van Steyn and his spouse Shelly commandeered the marquee of F.C.’s State Theater last week to let the world know that their first child is expected to arrive in June. No gender reveal, however.

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Bonus Scenes from Watch Night NYE

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A FEW SURPLUS SCENES from the Little City’s Watch Night New Year’s Eve event includes some of the fun had the Falls Church Presbyterian Church. That included a showcase from the Northern Lights Big Band orchestra (top), who played swing music for residents, and puppeteer Sandy Fuelner’s show set at […]

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Mustangs Wrestling Team Places 4th at Holiday Meet

January 4, 2019 3:00 PM0 comments

On the first Saturday of the winter break, and the George Mason High School wrestling team held its annual holiday tournament competing against seven other schools. Mason finished fourth out of eight teams, which was a respectable effort considering six of the Mustang starters were out. Even with their roster […]

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Sun & Moon Taiji One Hosts Free Tai Chi Class

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To kick off the New Year in good health, Sun & Moon Taiji One will host a Tai Chi open house with free trial Tai Chi class on Monday, Jan. 7 from 8 – 9 p.m. The event is open to those who want to experience the wide range of […]

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Rep. Beyer Speaks Out in N.Y. Times Letter

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U.S. Rep. Donald S. Beyer, Jr., whose 8th District of Northern Virginia includes the City of Falls Church, published a Letter to the Editor in the Dec. 31 New York Times challenging President Trump to end the federal government shutdown. In the letter, he wrote, “There is near certainty that […]

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Falls Church Photography Show Opens Saturday

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Famed artist lectures on landscape photography opening night of the long-anticipated “Exposure” Photography Show at Falls Church Arts gallery (700-B W. Broad St., Falls Church) will spotlight 33 exhibiting photographers on Saturday, Jan. 6, at 7:30 p.m. The show, which runs through Feb.10, features nearly 60 photos from the Washington […]

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Mason Inducts 50-Plus Nat’l Honor Society Members

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The week before Falls Church City Public Schools’ winter break, the George Mason High School National Honor Society Chapter inducted 57 new members. The new members have strong academic records which established eligibility for membership, and are leaders in many student organizations, serving the school and community through their activities. […]

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Letters to the Editor: Climate Change Calls For a ‘Green New Deal’

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Letters to the Editor: January 3 – 9, 2019   Climate Change Calls for a ‘Green New Deal’ Editor, As a young mother living in Falls Church I am worried about how climate change will shape my son’s future. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change came out in October with […]

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Del. Lopez Seeks Protections for Public Informants

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State Del. Alfonso Lopez, who represents the 49th District of Northern Virginia that includes Greater Falls Church’s predominantly-Latino Culmore area, told the News-Press Tuesday that he’s introducing legislation in Richmond to prohibit local law enforcement officials from reporting information about persons to the U.S. Information and Customs Enforcement (ICE) unless […]

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