Reminder to Pay Personal Property Taxes Today

October 5, 2017 11:50 AM0 comments

The 2017 Personal Property Tax (“Car Tax”) and Business Personal Property Tax bills are due today. A new City ordinance passed in August 2016 requires an additional late payment penalty on personal property bills that remain unpaid after 60 days. The additional penalty amount is 15 percent of the unpaid […]

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Critter Corner: Bentley

September 29, 2017 5:30 PM0 comments

Eyes locked on the door is the Morrison family’s dog, Bentley. This guy’s been eagerly awaiting for his other human, Taylor, to return home from her first semester at the University of Kentucky so he can greet her accordingly. Word on the street is Taylor’s just as eager, but has […]

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TJ Student Shreds It Up at Skate Competitions

4:00 PM0 comments

Claiming the top Prize at the Free Fall Skateboarding competition in Quakerstown, PA and the Poolesville (MD) Day Contest is Thomas Jefferson Elementary fifth grader Quinn Harbin. The 10 year old is seen here showing off his new gear.

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Local Author and Arlington Teacher Debuts New Book

3:10 PM0 comments

Melanie McCabe, an English teacher at Yorktown High School and now three-time author, will debut her new work, His Other Life: Searching For My Father, His First Wife, and Tennessee Williams at the Arlington Central Library (1015 N Quincy St., Arlington) on Thursday, Oct. 5. In the auditorium from 7 […]

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College Admission Officials Visit Mason High

2:20 PM0 comments

Visits by 10 college admissions officials to George Mason High School will take place all this week. There will also be visits and presentations from 10 colleges to Mason the following week. Check Naviance under the colleges tab for the complete schedule as more will continue to visit ahead of […]

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Local Fairfax Co. Students Win STEM Awards

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Elementary and middle school students from Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) won awards at the 2017 Northern Virginia Junior Solar Sprint (JSS), a competition to design, build, and race model solar electric cars. The goal of the JSS is to stimulate interest in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) for […]

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Local Resident Wins Vintage Car at Rotary Club Raffle

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Falls Church resident Victor Castillo was the recipient of the Bailey’s Crossroads Rotary Club’s grand prize, which was a 1965 Ford Mustang convertible at the Occoquan Arts and Craft Show on Sept. 24. The car began the restoration process this time last year and was fully operational again by Spring […]

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Elaine Flynn to Speak with McLean Woman’s Club

11:05 AM0 comments

The McLean Woman’s Club will host professional impersonator, Elaine Flynn, as she re-enacts “A Chat with Dorothy Parker,” who was a famously witty woman of the 1920s and wrote best-selling poetry, such as Enough Rope and Here Lies, and stories, such as Death and Taxes and Sunset Guns. The presentation […]

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Langley School Celebrates its 75th Anniversary

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The Langley School, a private school located in McLean, celebrated it’s 75th year in existence on Sept. 22. The school-wide celebration varied across all age groups, as children in the Primary School division created 75th birthday crowns and looked up areas that 75 miles away while Middle Schoolers wrote limmericks […]

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Community Meeting at Mason District Station

9:05 AM0 comments

Area residents who are interested in meeting the police station commanders, the new assistant commander and are pressed to ask questions and learn more about the station that serves them can do so at a Community Meeting at the Mason District Station (6507 Columbia Pike, Annandale) at 7 p.m. on […]

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