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Falls Church Business News & Notes

Blue Tulip, the all occasion shop in Idylwood Plaza, is hosting a Friends and Family Weekend Friday, June 20, through Sunday, June 22. Customers can show a copy of their promotional flyer (visit the store for details) or just mention Friends and Family and receive 30% off your purchase. Blue […]

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Falls Church Business News & Notes

A new Hair Cuttery Salon will be opening May 15 at Vantage at Merrifield located at 8190 Strawberry Lane in Falls Church. Hair Cuttery salons offer the full complement of services, including cuts, color, styling, texturizing and waxing services at an affordable price. Hair Cuttery Salons, which also offer an extensive assortment […]

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Community News and Notes

THE WIZARDS, winners of the Falls Church Rec League Boy’s 9-10 Basketball League, pose for a picture after winning the championship. The team posted a phenomenal 18-2 record. Pictured from left to right are Daniel Schlitt, Jordan-Patrick Stapleton, Brandon Ward, Grant Goodwin, Matthew Dassira, Eddie Donnellan, Robert Guenther, Brian Golab, […]

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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Community News and Notes

A LOTTERY TO SELECT 23 households to fill affordable dwellings units in the City of Falls Church was held at the Community Center on Jan. 15. Among the winners are those shown here. They’ll fill eight condos units at The Spectrum and 15 apartments at Pearson Square. It was the […]

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Community News and Notes

Bob Lazar, cutting the ribbon, Mayor of Purceville, Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority Board Member Su Webb and James Wiley, Town Councilman and former NVRPA Board Member of 30 years, celebrate a new train-themed playground along the W&OD Trail. (Photo: Paul McCray)