Incumbents Bittle, Acosta and Clinton Return to Current Positions

December 29, 2017 11:15 AM0 comments

Sworn in by Arlington Couty clerk of circuit courts Paul Ferguson (left) to resume their duties is City of Falls Church Sheriff Stephen Bittle (second from left) Treasurer Jody Acosta (second from right) and Commissioner of Revenue Tom Clinton.

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‘Passport to the World’ Festival Opens Jan. 6.

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On Jan. 6, Creative Cauldron (410 S Maple Ave., Falls Church) kicks off its popular “Passport to the World” Festival, a unique concert series that celebrates the music and dance of cultures around the world featuring traditional music and dance bands along with fusion bands and contemporary artists who draw […]

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Volunteer Orientation for RSVP Northern Virginia

December 28, 2017 8:00 PM0 comments

RSVP Northern Virginia will hold a volunteer orientation at James Lee Community Center (2855 Annandale Rd., Falls Church) on Friday, Jan. 12 at 10:30 a.m. The one -hour event is free and open to anyone aged 55 year or older. RSVP (Retired and Senior Volunteer Program) is the region’s largest […]

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Irish Dance Academy Comes to Falls Church in 2018

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The McGrath Academy of Irish Dance looks to bring its winning heritage to Falls Church as the academy is expecting to open up a studio within City limits in January 2018. Recently, dancers from the McGrath Academy of Irish Dance won two first place awards – girls under age 9 […]

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Notice for Current and Former Federal Employees

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To current and former Federal employees and spouses in Arlington and Falls Church: Congress has targeted/is targeting benefits you have earned, or are earning to decrease, or potentially eliminate them. Current and retired federal employees constitute the only group Congress has targeted. The National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association […]

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Mustangs Take to the Mat in Weekend Duals

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Doubling up on his opponent during a match against local George C. Marshall High School is Mason’s Bryan Villegas (left). The Mustangs hosted a duals tournament on Saturday that featured bouts with out-of-conference high schools such as Marshall, J.E.B Stuart (Justice), Fairfax, Manassas Park, Yorktown, Robert E. Lee and Heritage.

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Volunteers Needed for Joe Cascio Basketball Tourney

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The sign up sheet for the Annual Joe Cascio Boys and Girls Holiday Basketball Tournament taking place at Falls Church High School (7521 Jaguar Trail, Falls Church) from Dec. 27 – 29 is now available. Interested volunteers can find the sign up link by clicking on the “Boosters” tab on […]

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Casting Call for Personable Cats & Dogs in F.C. Area

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In honor of the New Year and dog lovers across the U.S., best-selling author Jeff Lazarus of Dogtology is hosting a casting call for all dog and cat lovers to have a chance for their furry friends to be featured on nationally syndicated TV, Pet Pals TV, which can be […]

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Down But Not Out, Cram Still Center of City’s ‘Watch Night’

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Selfless deeds pump vigor through Barb Cram’s service-orientated veins, which work double-time during the generous season of the holidays. But one fateful injury sidelined Cram (at least, physically) and raised concerns over her capacity to help bring about the 20th annual Watch Night event on New Year’s Eve in the […]

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Evans Inc. Extends Holiday Philanthropic Efforts

December 27, 2017 4:27 PM0 comments

Evans Incorporated, a provider of Human-Centered organizational and operational consulting solutions located in Falls Church, announced that it is extending its holiday philanthropic efforts to families in need both locally and abroad in Puerto Rico. After Hurricane Maria rocked the island of Puerto Rico in September, Evans Incorporated formed EvansAID […]

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