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The Real America’s Grand Coalition

July 27, 2016 3:58 PM0 comments

The selection of Virginia U.S. Senator Tim Kaine to be the vice-presidential nominee last Friday, and the subsequent veritably flawless roll out of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia this week has set the framework for burying the “stupid white male pig” chauvinist fearmongering of the GOP and Donald Trump. […]

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F.C. Resident Meets Democratic Nominee Hillary Clinton

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FALLS CHURCH RESIDENT Billy Parvatam met Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton recently at a campaign event at Ernst Community Cultural Center in Annandale, where they took this selfie together. Clinton accepted the Democratic nomination on Tuesday, July 26 at her party’s convention in Philadephia.

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F.C. Affordable Housing Survey Open Until August 7

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The Housing and Human Services Department of the City of Falls Church is researching affordable housing needs in Falls Church City to incorporate the information into the City’s Comprehensive Plan. Any adult can take the survey. Housing is considered affordable when the members of the household do not pay more […]

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News-Press & Chamber to Host Annual Social Mixer

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For the 26th consecutive year, the Falls Church News-Press is co-hosting with the Falls Church Chamber of Commerce its late July social mixer this Friday, July 29, at its office, located at 200 Little Falls St., Suite 508. The casual, festive event is open to all friends of the News-Press and […]

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Donations For West Virginia Flood Victims Due by July 31

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by SeoJin Ahn Donations for the victims of the floods in West Virginia can be dropped off at the Falls Church Community Center at 223 Little Falls Street by Sunday, July 31 at 6 p.m. The White Sulphur Springs Police Department has asked for new, packaged items of Pedialyte or […]

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At Long Last, Harris Teeter Opens on W. Broad Street

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Harris Teeter officially opened their W. Broad Street location on Wednesday, July 27, a few minutes after 8 a.m., with a ribbon cutting ceremony that was attended by over 50 people, including Falls Church City officials, business leaders and Virginia State Delegate Marcus Simon.

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Fairfax 2015 Distributes Legacy Funds to Local Nonprofits

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by SeoJin Ahn A local organizing committee for the World Police & Fire Games that took place earlier this year has now begun distributing more than $200,000 in surplus funds to various 501c3 non-profit entities led by its four legacy partners. The four legacy partners are the National Law Enforcement Officers […]

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Our Man in Arlington

July 26, 2016 6:10 PM0 comments

Welcome to the Eastern Shore of Virginia, said the roadside greeting in Northampton County. My wife and I used a vacation for a pilgrimage to the original Arlington Plantation, from which our fair suburban county drew its name. The off-the-tourist-circuit site is reached by driving northward from Norfolk over the […]

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Rebecca Tubbs Nunn Crowned 2016 Ms. Virginia Senior America

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by SeoJin Ahn Kilmarnock resident Rebecca Tebbs Nunn has been crowned queen at the 2016 Ms. Virginia Senior America Pageant on July 14 in Falls Church. She will represent Virginia at the Ms. Senior America Pageant in Atlantic City, New Jersey on October 18 – 20 this fall. Eight contestants competed […]

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F.C. Council Votes to Place Library Bond Referendum on November Ballot

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By a unanimous 6-0 vote Monday night, the Falls Church City Council resolved to place a bond referendum on the November 2016 general election ballot that will ask voters of Falls Church to decide whether or not they favor an expenditure not to exceed $8.7 million for the expansion and renovate of the Mary Riley Styles Public Library.

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