Falls Church’s Brian M. Clukey Dies at 53

January 10, 2017 4:51 PM0 comments

Brian was born in Syracuse, NY on April 20, 1963. Brian accomplished many firsts: at the age of three, he was the first child with Down Syndrome accepted in the ARC preschool for developmentally disabled children in Syracuse, N.Y.; Brian enrolled in a Special Ed class in an elementary school […]

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New Hours for F.C. Winter Farmers Market Running Through March

January 4, 2017 8:40 PM0 comments

The City of Falls Church Farmers Market kicks off its shorter, winter season hours this Saturday. Through March, the market now opens an hour later at 9 a.m. and runs until noon. The City announced that 38 vendors have signed on for the new winter season market including two new […]

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‘DMV 2 Go’ at F.C. City Hall This Friday

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Falls Church Commissioner of the Revenue Tom Clinton has announced that the full-service “DMV 2 Go” bus will be in front of City Hall (330 Park Ave.) on Friday, January 6 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The accessible office provides all DMV transactions including applying for and renewing driver’s […]

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F.C. Council, School Board Tilt To Phased Plan for New High School

January 5, 2017 11:35 AM0 comments

Tuesday’s latest joint meeting of the Falls Church City Council and School Board saw a demonstrable tilt in sentiments toward a phased renovation and construction of the City’s George Mason High School.

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Wodiska In as Chair of F.C. Planning Commission, Rankin Voted Vice Chair

January 4, 2017 8:22 PM0 comments

Two new members of the Falls Church Planning Commission – Tim Stevens (left) and Brent Krasner (right) – joined the soon-to-be voted new chair of the board, Russ Wodiska (second from right) and board member Lindy Hockenberry prior to their meeting Tuesday night. In addition to the election of Wodiska, Andy […]

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Little City Rings in 2017 at F.C.’s Watch Night

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It was unseasonably warm on New Year’s Eve in the City of Falls Church, which made the warmth of the Watch Night festivities veritably glow, all the way through the countdown to midnight.

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What’s Up With the Paving Of 7-Eleven’s Lot on N. West?

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As the location is one of those that is slated to be vacated to make way for the 4.3-acre Mason Row project, the paving effort caused some buzz in town speculating about whether or not the parent company of 7-Eleven would fight to hold onto its current site, sending the Mason Row plans into disarray.

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Judgments Tilt Toward Phased GMHS Project F.C. Council/School Meeting

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Tuesday night’s latest joint meeting of the Falls Church City Council and School Board saw a demonstrable tilt in sentiments toward a phased renovation and construction of the City’s George Mason High School.

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The Little City Adds Another Little Free Library

January 3, 2017 5:05 PM0 comments

Residents of the Mount Daniel-Ellison Heights neighborhood gathered for a ribbon cutting ceremony and “stock the box” for their community’s new “Little Free Library” on Sunday, Dec. 18.

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Top Falls Church Stories on the News-Press Online in 2016

December 30, 2016 9:55 AM0 comments

As we say farewell to 2016, the News-Press looks back at the five most popular posts on FCNP.com over the last 12 months.

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