Gov. McAuliffe Awards Grant To Stuart High School

July 13, 2017 6:20 PM0 comments

Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe has awarded a $50,000 high school innovation grant to Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) to develop programs that emphasize personalized learning; in college, career and civic readiness; and alignment with local workforce needs. FCPS was among five school divisions to receive an initial planning grant from […]

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New Pastor to be Installed and Celebrated on July 13

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St. Anthony of Padua Church (3305 Glen Carlyn Rd., Falls Church), will celebrate the installation of its new pastor, Father Matthew Zuberbueler, today at 7 p.m. The Most Reverend Michael F. Burbidge, Bishop of Arlington will be the principal celebrant. Saint Anthony Padua Church is located in one of the […]

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Art Lover’s Choice Event at Creative Cauldron

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All Falls Church residents and area locals are invited to attend a different kind of fundraiser with the Art Lover’s Choice event to support Creative Cauldron (410 S Maple Ave., Falls Church). Stop by the Creative Cauldron and view an eclectic exhibit of artwork donated by generous patrons and artists. […]

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Virginia LGBT Delegates and Candidates Gather at Fundraiser

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At a fundraiser hosted by the LGBT Victory Fund in D.C. Monday, Virginia state delegate candidate Danica Roem (center), who won in a Democratic primary field of four last month for the right to challenge Republican incumbent Bob Marshall in the 13th District, was joined by incumbent Virginia Democratic state […]

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Falls Church’s Miles Butler Featured in Fringe Festival

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Falls Church resident and a 2010 graduate of George Mason High School, Miles Butler, is a featured performer in a D.C. Fringe Festival production of “Shinka” in its world premiere. It is a dance and theater work by Ren Gyo Soh that “explores the mystery of living beings.” In a […]

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Local Dean’s List Recipients Announced

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Residents who achieved a 3.5 or higher Grade Point Average have been recognized on their university’s Dean’s List. They’re listed as follows, with those receiving special distinctions noted otherwise. Kathyrn Derby (Dean’s List of Distinction) – University of Northern Colorado; Jaime Calderon (Highest Honors), Flor Chavez-Cruz and Sheila Evans – […]

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Critter Corner: Captain and Morgan

July 7, 2017 11:20 AM0 comments

The inseparable duo of Captain and Morgan are hanging out in one of their favorite perches at home with the Huang family. While they may occasionally have their differences, the pair have come to relish what the other brings to the table.

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Concerts in the Park Enters 25th Year

July 6, 2017 5:20 PM0 comments

The 25th annual summer Concerts in the Park series hosted at Cherry Hill Park by the Village Preservation and Improvement Society kicked off on June 22 with the Falls Church Concert Band and continued last week with Flashback (pictured above), who performed music from the 1960s. This week’s performer is […]

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Goff Honored with Parting Gift

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On his last day on the job as the Economic Development Director for the City of Falls Church, Rick Goff (center) was recognized with a commemorative plaque presented by Mayor David Tarter (left) and City Manager Wyatt Shields (right). Goff went out with a bang on news that Target and […]

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Revisit the Skirmish at Arlington Mill

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Come by Arlington Mill Community & Senior Center (909 S. Dinwiddie St., Arlington) on Saturday, July 8 from 10 a.m – 12 p.m.. for a presentation recognizing the 1861 Arlington Mill Skirmish. A Civil War video will be shown as well. In 1861, a Confederate scouting party attacked Union troops […]

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