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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Black Squirrel Brings 26 Taps, Duck-Fat Burgers & Poutine To Dunn Loring Next Week

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The first thing you notice when walking into the new Black Squirrel in Merrifield is the ceiling. It’s impossible to miss.

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Child Dies After Falling From Window of Falls Church Home

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A three-year-old boy has died after falling from a window in a Falls Church home Wednesday, police reported today. Fairfax County Police say the child was playing in an upper-level room of a house on Magnolia Lane on the afternoon of June 7 when he leaned on a screen in an […]

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Senior Olympics Seek Volunteers, Patrons

June 7, 2017 9:33 PM0 comments

The Northern Virginia Senior Olympics is seeking patrons and volunteers for its 35th anniversary games scheduled to take place Sept. 9-20. The Northern Virginia Senior Olympics, or NVSO, patron program offers a variety of donor levels (bronze, silver and gold) as well as corporate recognition opportunities at one of the […]

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24th Tinner Hill Blues Fest Kicks Off Friday at Mad Fox

June 9, 2017 12:09 PM0 comments

The 24th annual Tinner Hill Blues Festival kicks off this Friday for a three-day celebration headlined by some of the nation’s top blues musicians including Muddy Waters’ son, Mud Morganfield, and Beverly “Guitar” Watkins.

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Public Event Saturday to Lay Out High School Development Options

June 8, 2017 2:06 PM0 comments

As deadlines are looming large now for placing a school bond referendum on this November’s ballot, the Falls Church City Council and School Board will host a public forum about where plans currently stand for the future of George Mason High School this coming Saturday morning.

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4th Version Lowers, Recedes Broad-Washington Proposal

June 7, 2017 9:05 PM0 comments

There is not a Whole Foods Market in this plan, but there are a lot of amenities to make it pedestrian- and arts-friendly for downtown Falls Church.

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George Mason High Alum Alex Mejias on Richmond Primary Ballot Next Tuesday

June 9, 2017 9:00 AM0 comments

Last fall’s presidential election left the country sharply divided between feelings of jubilation and dread. In its wake, a wave of Democratic party hopefuls have sprouted up across all levels of government, including Richmond’s Virginia 70th district primary candidate and local product, Alex Mejias.

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Kimble Seeks Open Hearing on His Status at F.C. School Board Tonight

June 6, 2017 11:45 AM0 comments

It is advertised as a closed meeting of the Falls Church School Board tonight, but Hunter Kimble, the 23-year veteran chief financial officer for the schools, wants it open to the public. The subject is Kimble’s status with the school system, and Kimble requested the hearing. In early May, Kimble’s […]

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4th Iteration of Plans for E. Broad at N. Washington Plan Mulled by Falls Church Council

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There is not a Whole Foods Market in this plan, but there are a lot of amenities to make it pedestrian- and arts-friendly for downtown Falls Church.

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