EDA Grant for Downtown Plaza Mulled

February 4, 2016 4:10 PM0 comments

A new small public plaza could be constructed in downtown Falls Church if a grant from the City’s Economic Development Authority is accepted by City officials, the City’s Public Information Office announced in a release Thursday.

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Samuel J. Waters, Falls Church, Dies at Age 22

February 3, 2016 6:48 PM0 comments

(This obituary was submitted by the parents of Samuel Waters) Samuel James Waters passed into his new life the morning of January 27, 2016, surrounded by his loving family. He yearned for heaven and to be with his Lord and savior. He had lived well during a five-year battle with […]

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Auditor Gives Thumbs Up to F.C., Says Financial House in Order

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With the presentation of the 154-page annual audit of the City of Falls Church’s financial operations, Billy Robinson representing the certified public accounting firm of Brown Edwards, told Monday’s meeting of the Falls Church City Council, “You are in a strong position, especially given the (small) size of your staff, and have done a good job given your resources” for keeping the City’s financial house in order.

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Samuel Waters, Memorable Valjean In GMHS’ ‘Les Mis,’ Dies at Age 22

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Samuel J. Waters died last week at his parents’ home in Falls Church after a long, five year battle with cancer. He was two months short of his 23rd birthday.

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F.C.’s Digital Design Offers Aerial View Of The Little City

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Like many, Curt Westergard grew up climbing trees. But unlike many, the Falls Church resident and businessman did not abandon the thrill of it all, the fun of climbing up in the sky. In college in Ithaca, New York, he worked as a tree surgeon while attending graduate school at […]

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Financial Report Auditor Gives Strong Thumbs Up to City of F.C.

February 1, 2016 10:49 PM0 comments

With the presentation of the 154-page annual audit of the City of Falls Church’s financial operations, Billy Robinson representing the certified public accounting firm of Brown Edwards, told Monday night’s meeting of the Falls Church City Council, “You are in a strong position, especially given the (small) size of your staff, and have done a good job given your resources” for keeping the City’s financial house in order.

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