Tysons Library Opens Saturday After 2 Years of Renovations

October 12, 2017 11:00 AM0 comments

On Saturday beginning at 10 a.m., book and library lovers alike will fling open the doors and celebrate the reopening of the new and improved Tysons-Pimmit Regional Library which will have a formal ribbon-cutting, music, story hour, all day technology open house, refreshments and best of all, the unveiling of new features in sparkling space.

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F.C. Council Walking Tour Monday at 6 p.m.

October 11, 2017 9:03 PM0 comments

In lieu of its work session next Monday night, Oct. 16, the Falls Church City Council will assemble at the northeast corner of Broad and Washington St. to do a walking tour of the proposed mixed-use development project at that intersection. The tour will then proceed over to the 301 […]

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Cauldron’s 9th Anniversary Gala Saturday

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Nine years in Falls Church are being celebrated by the Creative Cauldron at its annual gala this Saturday night, being held for the first time at the new Lincoln at Tinner Hill residences across Maple Ave. from the Cauldron’s location starting at 6 p.m. The Cauldron now boasts 13 Helen […]

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Candidate Forums Next 2 Fridays in F.C.

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The League of Women Voters of Falls Church and the Village Preservation and Improvement Society (VPIS) are sponsoring two forums for candidates seeking seats on the Falls Church City Council and the Falls Church School Board this fall. The event for Council candidates will be on Friday Oct. 13, followed […]

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F.C. Chamber of Commerce Votes Its Support for School Bond Referendum

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At its monthly board meeting Tuesday morning, the 15 members present of the Falls Church Chamber of Commerce’s Board of Directors voted unanimously to endorse a “yes” vote on the $120 million Falls Church school bond referendum on the ballot next month.

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Program of Dedication Found for New GM High School 65 Years Ago

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An original copy of the 12-page program provided to all who participated in an October 1952 three-day dedication of the next George Mason High School campus in Falls Church was stumbled upon late last week and was shared via the school’s website.

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Falls Church Joins 55 Other U.S. Cities To Proclaim ‘Indigenous Peoples’ Day

October 10, 2017 10:29 PM0 comments

By a unanimous vote, the Falls Church City Council put Falls Church on record with only 55 other U.S. cities to declare the second Monday of October, normally recognized as Columbus Day, “Indigenous Peoples’ Day.”

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F.C. Chamber of Commerce Board Endorses ‘Yes’ Vote on School Bond Referendum

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The Falls Church Chamber of Commerce’s Board of Directors voted unanimously to endorse a “yes” vote on the $120 million Falls Church school bond referendum on the ballot next month.

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All Lanes of S. Washington St. Now Open After Flooding

October 9, 2017 8:56 AM0 comments

UPDATE: All lanes are now open. The City of Falls Church is now reporting the flooding was due to a drainage issue and not a water main break. A morning water main break has closed down the southbound lanes of S. Washington St. from Annandale Rd. to Hillwood Ave. in […]

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F.C. Mother of 3 Facing Felony Charges for Leaving Children in Hot Car

October 5, 2017 11:37 AM0 comments

A 26-year-old Falls Church woman, Alexa Faulkison, is facing three felony charges for cruelty to a child for leaving her three young children in a hot car on Oct. 3. Fairfax County Police officers were called to the 5600 block of Columbia Pike on Tuesday after a report came in of three […]

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