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Big Price Hike Forces Downsize Of Falls Church City Hall Renovation Plan

May 23, 2017 1:09 PM0 comments

The Falls Church City Council was stunned to get news at its meeting Monday of the need to significantly downsize the City Hall renovation project.

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Founders Row Off Agenda for Tonight’s Falls Church City Council Meeting

May 22, 2017 5:37 PM0 comments

The agenda item for tonight’s May 22. Falls Church City Council meeting pertaining to a request for a revision to the Founders Row terms for a special exception has been removed, according to City Hall. The City’s communication office says the developer of the 4.3-acre project is unable to attend […]

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Bird’s Nest & Light Fixture Cause West Falls Church Gas Station Fire

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A roof at a gas station in Falls Church caught fire last week and caused an estimated $60,000 in damages, officials reported today. The Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department reported that early last Friday morning, May 19, at 1:03 a.m., they received reports that an Sunoco gas station on Lee […]

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Critter Corner: Cassie

12:45 PM0 comments

Snuggled up in one of her favorite spots is the Irons family’s cat, Cassie. The four-year-old Tortie puts the age-old rivalry of cats and dogs to bed, quite literally, by sleeping on plush pups.

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Del. Simon Shows Appreciation for Public Servants

May 19, 2017 3:00 PM0 comments

Among those Falls Church public servants that State Del. Marcus Simon (left) recognized at the F.C. City Council meeting last week was Audrey Luthman for her 45 years of service as a crossing guard for school-aged children. (Photo: News-Press)

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Redskins Read Bookfair Takes Place May 20

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The 2017 Redskins Read Bookfair is taking place this Saturday, May 20 at the Barnes and Noble at Seven Corners Shopping Center (6260 Seven Corners Center, Falls Church) during regular store hours. The event will feature Redskins activities and giveaways for children. Supporters can either purchase a book from the […]

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This Week in Sports: Baseball

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Throwing to first after fielding a bunt is senior pitcher Zach Lang (left) as he turns and tosses the ball over to sophomore first baseman Jay Nesson (right) to record the out. The Mustangs defeated Clarke County High School, 7-5, on their senior night on Monday and have been on […]

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This Week in Sports: Track & Field

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Passing the baton during the Girls’ 4x100m race is freshman Robin Levy (right) to fellow freshman Isabel Caton (left) to start the third leg of the relay at the Conference 35 meet at Strasburg High School on Tuesday. Mason’s girls claimed first in the 4×100, 4×400 and 4×800 relays as […]

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GMHS Alumnus Earns Spot On School’s Dean’s List

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Geroge Mason High School class of 2016 graduate Timothy Winters was awarded a spot on Worcester Polytechnic Institute’s Dean’s list for exemplary academic performance during the second half of his freshman year. A former member of Mason’s FIRST Robotics team, 1418, Winters is attending WCI on a FIRST/WCI Design Innovation […]

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Mount Daniel Construction Preparation Commences

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Beginning this week, the Mt. Daniel School construction team will be prepping the parking lot for classrom trailers arriving in June. Expect changes in kiss & ride procedures as well as adjustments for the staff to their regular parking situation.

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