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“Art Appetizers” Brings Community Together for Cuisine and Culture Attend “Art Appetizers” from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 23 at the McLean Community Center for great food, wine, conversation and community.

ANDREW KOTYK, a senior at McLean High School, received his Eagle Scout award at a court of honor on Saturday, April 12 at the Scout House. He is shown with his parents, Myron and Debbie Kotyk. Andrew earned 39 merit badges during his Boy Scout career and took part in a canoeing expedition in the Adirondacks. He will attend Virginia Commonwealth University in the fall. (Photo: Courtesy Richard Lobb)
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AN ANNUAL CEREMONY at the Falls Church Community Center on Veterans Day Sunday honored the nation’s veterans and remarks were provided by Falls Church Mayor Robin Gardner, among others. A plaque naming all Falls Church residents who have died in the nation’s wars is displayed in the front of the […]

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THIS WAS ONLY PART of the large delegation from Falls Church attending the 8th Congressional District Democrats’15th annual Kennedy-King Dinner in Alexandria last Saturday night. The dinner heard remarks from Rep. Jim Moran, Gov. Tim Kaine and U.S. Sen. Jim Webb. Falls Church Mayor Robin Gardner and Vice Mayor Lindy […]

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GUESTS OF NEWS-PRESS owner/editor Nicholas F. Benton were a prominent feature at last Saturday night’s Human Rights Campaign annual banquet that drew over 3,000 to the Washington, D.C., Convention Center. TOP PHOTO (l. to r.)—Laura Hull, Ruben Rodriguez, Josh Limbaugh, Kurt Gottfried, Benton, Eileen Levy. BOTTOM PHOTO—Johnny Booze, Dennis Copertino, […]

VIRGINIA GOV. TIM KAINE, speaking at his town meeting at the Luther Jackson Middle School last Saturday, had among the over 200 attendees a delegation from the City of Falls Church in the front row. Left to right in the front row: Mayor Robin Gardner, Vice Mayor Lindy Hockenberry and City Councilman Dave Snyder. See story, elsewhere this edition. (News-Press photo)
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THE MAYOR OF FALLS CHURCH signed a proclamation at Monday’s City Council meeting commending the Medicine Shoppe at 109 W. Broad St. on the occasion of its 25th anniversary in business. Pharmacist Joe Smith, who began working here in 1955, opened the doors of his own Medicine Shoppe business in […]