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F.C. City Manager Calls for Budget With 4¢ Tax Hike, Council Unhappy

March 14, 2017 6:57 AM0 comments

The icy weather conditions outside were matched by the icy response that the Falls Church City Council gave to City Manager Wyatt Shields’ proposed Fiscal Year 2018 budget that he unveiled Monday night, the next step toward adopting a budget by late next month.

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The Great Energy Transition: Progress on the SunCell

March 13, 2017 3:39 PM0 comments

For those of you coming late to this story, up in New Jersey there is a scientist, Randell Mills, and a small company, Brilliant Light Power, that have been working for the last 25 years to develop a new source of energy. This new source is based on a scientific […]

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St. Patrick’s Day Concert at MEH

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Sponsored by the City of Falls Church Recreation and Parks Department, the City of Falls Church Band will be playing a St. Patrick’s Day Irish concert at Mary Ellen Henderson Middle School on March 16 at 7:30 p.m. The concert is free and open to the public. On Saturday, April […]

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‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ Comes to McLean

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“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” will be performed in Vinson Hall’s Community Building Ballroom (1735 Kirby Rd, McLean). It is usually dated 1595 or early 1596 and is one of the most widely performed of Shakespeare’s works. It will run weekends through Sunday, April 30. There will be no matinee performance […]

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Lions Club Offers Fresh Fruit Mar. 18

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On Saturday, March 18, the Falls Church – Annandale Lions Club will offer fresh navel oranges, grapefruit, juice oranges, tangerines, apples, pears and strawberries for sale by the case, half-case and quarter-case at $45 a case and less in smaller quantities. Sales will run from 8:15 a.m. until sold out […]

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In Advance of Winter Storm, City of Falls Church Declares Snow Emergency

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Ahead of the winter storm expected to hit the Washington, D.C. area tonight and predictions of up to eight inches of snow for Falls Church, the City has declared a snow emergency effective at 8 p.m.

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F.C. School Board Chair Announces Superintendent Search Nearing End

March 10, 2017 5:01 PM0 comments

Falls Church School Board chair Lawrence Webb released a letter late Friday signalling that the School Board search for a permanent new superintendent is nearing completion.

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Critter Corner: It’s Patches O’Houlihan!

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Say “hello” to Patches O’Houlihan! This “lucky dog” can usually be found playing with his buddies Buster, Teddy or Harper or hanging out at home with his human buddies Miles and Noah. We suspect he’s pretty good at dodgeball, too.

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FC Lawyer Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

March 9, 2017 6:47 PM0 comments

Thomas Devlin of Falls Church received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Family Court Trial Lawyers Association of D.C. last Monday. Devlin has been practicing law in the D.C. Superior Court Family Division for the last 40 years. (Photo: Sarah Devlin)

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FIRSTFriday Festivities at Art and Frame

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Falls Church City Mayor David Tarter and Councilwoman Karen Oliver joined students, musicians, jewelers, authors, artists, film producers and others for a gathering last Friday for FIRSTfriday at Art and Frame of Falls Church. (Photo: Tom Gittins)

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