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Conte’s Bike Shop Announces New Manager

January 13, 2017 10:26 AM0 comments

Conte’s Bicycle Group LLC has promoted Mike Cox to store manager of the company’s Falls Church location. Cox started with Conte’s in September 2015. Jennifer Warinner, the former manager of the Falls Church store, has relocated to co-manage Conte’s largest company store in Virginia Beach, as well as Conte’s Chesapeake […]

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Guest Commentary: Why We March: To Remember & Move Forward

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By Edwin Henderson The Tinner Hill Heritage Foundation is celebrating its 20th anniversary. Located in the City of Falls Church, the Foundation was created to preserve the rich cultural heritage of pioneering African Americans who fought racial segregation and established the nation’s first rural branch of the National Association for […]

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Candidates Sought for McLean Community Center Board

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The McLean Community Center is seeking candidates to run for seats on its governing board for the 2017–2018 year. The board provides oversight and guidance for the center’s programs and facilities. Five positions are open, three adult seats and two youth seats. Adult board members serve three-year terms and youth […]

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Mosaic’s Angelika to Screen ‘Thank You For Your Service’

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Next Tuesday, Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 227 will host the award-winning documentary film Thank You For Your Service at the Angelika Film Center, located at Mosaic District, 2911 District Ave, Fairfax. The film takes aim at the failed mental health policies within the U.S. military and their tragic consequences. […]

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Fairfax Seeks Nominations for Crossing Guard of the Year

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Nominations are being accepted for Fairfax County Public Schools Outstanding Crossing Guard of the Year, part of the Virginia Safe Routes to School program, sponsor of Crossing Guard Appreciation Day. Anyone can nominate a crossing guard by using this online form: The deadline for nominations is Friday, Jan. 27. […]

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Shot Fired Through Window of Falls Church Daycare Center

January 12, 2017 7:33 PM0 comments

Police are investigating after a bullet was fired through the window of a Falls Church area daycare center where a group of three-year-olds were being looked after on Thursday.

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U.S. Army Chorus to Play at Wakefield High School

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The Arlington Philharmonic inaugurates 2017 with a concert featuring The U.S. Army Chorus and an afternoon of music from opera’s greatest hits. The family friendly concert on Sunday, Jan. 29 at 4 p.m. will be held at the Wakefield High School auditorium, located at 1325 S. Dinwiddie Street in Arlington.

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Critter Corner: Meet Mason

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MASON (the little guy), is seen here posing with a pink nightmare, also known as his dad, Will Rawls, by the tree during the holiday. No word on what Mason thinks of his pop’s “Christmas Story”-themed onesie.

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‘Love Boat’s’ Ted Lange Coming to The Little City

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The Tinner Hill Heritage Foundation in Falls Church will host Hollywood actor and writer Ted Lange at a benefit live stage reading of Lange’s original play George Washington’s Boy on Saturday, Feb. 18 at the Falls Church Episcopal Church, 166 East Broad Street in Falls Church. Lange is well known […]

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Letters to the Editor: Yes, Both the New Deal & Stimulus Helped the Poor

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Letters to the Editor: January 12 – 18, 2017   Yes, Both the New Deal & Stimulus Helped the Poor Editor, One Falls Church News-Press reader, Mr. Michael Johnson of Falls Church, recently asked in a letter if I am “sincere about helping the poor?” Mr. Johnson went on to suggest […]

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