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Jazzercise Falls Church is offering free classes on the first Friday of each month. The special offer is available one time only for new customers... [Read More]
The Meridian Mustangs volleyball team suffered another loss, this time at an away game against Thomas Jefferson High School with a score of 3-1. This... [Read More]
Upcoming events in and around Falls Church from September 23-29. [Read More]
On Friday September 24, the 3B Mustangs will take the field with the hopes to extend their strong season start with a win over district... [Read More]
As the special allowances for the Covid-19 pandemic begin to terminate, the F.C. City Council faces the challenge of a more permanent revision to the... [Read More]
predominately Americans of color... [Read More]
At the annual Race for the Schools hosted by the Falls Church Education Foundation, winners were announced for the spirited competition that saw over 850... [Read More]
Nelson, a.k.a. Nelly is a five year old Mainecoon mix. He moved to Falls Church with his family last year. Nelly can be found... [Read More]
The Falls Church City Education Association (FCCEA) is an organization which independently represents members throughout the Falls Church City Public Schools. While FCCEA is not... [Read More]
Disposable plastic bags were castigated and praised at a public hearing last week as the Board of Supervisors considered a new ordinance to impose a... [Read More]
The City of Falls Church Recreation and Parks Department announced the winners of the 2021 Taste of Falls Church, held last Saturday at the Falls... [Read More]
Members of the Falls Church Chamber of Commerce got their first opportunity to meet the organization's first new executive director in 17 years this week.... [Read More]
week, "Peril," an instant bestseller by one half of the journalistic team that brought down President Nixon half a century ago. [Read More]
In these pandemic times, the pressure on everyday folks to "pitch in" during the emergency reminds many of the Cold War. [Read More]
ast year's bold move by the Mary Riley Styles Public Library in Falls Church to eliminate fines for overdue materials is the biggest step cited... [Read More]
There is no doubt in our minds that the Democrats on the ballot for Virginia's three statewide officers are vastly preferred over their Republican counterparts. [Read More]
The News-Press' "Our Man in Arlington" columnist Charlie Clark has published two books recently, one being a biography of George Washington Parke Custis and the... [Read More]
Elise Neil Bengtson has joined the Falls Church Chamber of Commerce as its new Executive Director starting this week, although Sally Cole will remain with... [Read More]
It's official: The new Mary Riley Styles Public Library is fully reopened after extensive work done to expand it. [Read More]
As with last year's presidential election, voters do not need any reason to vote early. Simply show up with a valid form of ID such... [Read More]
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