Falls Church Physical Trainer Thomas Abbey Dies

May 3, 2018 4:53 PM0 comments

Thomas Abbey, a popular young physical trainer in Falls Church for well over a decade, died early Tuesday following a lengthy illness, his wife has reported online. Abbey was diagnosed with a brain tumor in the fall of 2016. He began working in Falls Church at Vantage Fitness and then he and […]

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On-Street Parking Planned for N. Maple

May 2, 2018 7:57 PM0 comments

About a dozen new public parking spaces are being planned by the City of Falls Church along the first two blocks of N. Maple Street on the west side of the road and a few along Park Avenue west of N. Maple, the City’s Economic Development Authority was told at […]

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F.C. Pit Stop for Ride to Work Day May 18

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The City of Falls Church will host an official pit stop for the 2018 Bike to Work Day, held this year on Friday. May 18. Over 18,000 area commuters are expected to bike that day, celebrating bicycling as a “clean, fun, and healthy way to get to work.” Falls Church […]

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Fairfax Union Employees Hail New County Budget

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Members of the Fairfax County Government Employees Union of the SEIU Wednesday issued a statement applauding the passage of the Fairfax County FY 2019 budget, praising county supervisors who passed the budget with an 8-2 vote. The budget’s investments in public services for local families and small businesses, and in […]

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Jhoon Rhee, Tae Kwon Do Grandmaster, Dies at Age 86

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Grandmaster Jhoon Rhee, founder of Jhoon Rhee Tae Kwon Do, died Monday, April 30 at the age of 86. A 10th-degree black belt, Jhoon Rhee opened his first taekwondo school in 1962 and opened another 10 schools within the next two decades. Rhee, who has been credited with popularizing taekwondo […]

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Deadline Arrives, But Report Delayed On Who Has Bid for West F.C. Project

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The first big, breathtaking moment in the City of Falls Church’s effort to push forward into the 21st century with a new high school and other vital infrastructure improvements came on Tuesday, when the deadline hit at 5 p.m. for the submission by private developers of their initial plans and concepts for the 10 acres at the City-owned West Falls Church property on the northwest corner of W. Broad and Haycock Road.

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Neigh, Neigh! F.C’s Viget Makes Brooch Gallop in Derby Coverage

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Once again this year, as in 2016, Falls Church’s small but potent digital technology innovator, Viget, will be in the middle of orchestrating a clever interactive stunt on national TV during the Kentucky Derby involving millions of viewers.

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Wellness & Benefits Fair Marks City’s 1st Since 2006

April 30, 2018 12:11 PM0 comments

A free and public health fair is taking place on May 3 at the Falls Church Community Center where quick checkups on mental, physical and financial health will be available. Falls Church’s Department of Human Resources is hosting the City’s first Wellness and Benefits Fair in more than 10 years […]

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Sleepy Hollow Residents Dissent From County’s Planned Changes

April 27, 2018 10:15 AM0 comments

Fairfax County’s plan to redesign Sleepy Hollow Road was going swimmingly until residents got wind of the proposed changes.

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City Fitness Savants Discuss F.C.’s Health & Habits

April 26, 2018 12:13 PM0 comments

Owners & operators of Falls Church’s fitness establishments lend their insight as to why F.C. is so darn healthy.

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