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Legals 6-30-2022 - Falls Church News-Press Online

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Falls Church Little League: Featured ‘Game of the Week’ - Falls Church News-Press Online

It’s been an exciting June for baseball players in Falls Church!

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Falls Church Music Scene Shines for Summer Season - Falls Church News-Press Online

This summer Falls Church is offering a wide variety of musical events for the public to enjoy. Whether one prefers classical over rock or jazz over hip-hop, the local music scene has a lot to propose to people with different musical tastes.

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Our Man in Arlington - Falls Church News-Press Online

After seven decades in Arlington, William “Pless” Lunger remains awed by the historic role his father played in national security, the career that brought his family to the nation’s capital to help usher in the Atomic Age.

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Guest Commentary: When Pride Month Ends, What’s Next for Falls Church’s Growing LGBTQ+ Community? - Falls Church News-Press Online

Pride Month comes once a year to celebrate LGBTQ+ lives and the steady, if at times fragile, progress our society has made in elevating and valuing those lives. This June, Falls Church marks a permanent gain for LGBTQ+ inclusion with the opening of the Inova Pride Clinic (located at 500 N. Washington St, #200, Falls Church, VA). Billed as the first of its kind in Northern Virginia, the primary care clinic will meet the health care needs of thousands who might otherwise feel out of place or afraid to seek the treatment and care they need.

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Technology and the Triumph of Pessimism - Falls Church News-Press Online

One of the bestselling novels of the 19th century was a work of what we’d now call speculative fiction: Edward Bellamy’s “Looking Backward: 2000-1887.” Bellamy was one of the first prominent figures to recognize that rapid technological progress had become an enduring feature of modern life — and he imagined that this progress would vastly improve human happiness.

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Something Else (Part One of Four) - Falls Church News-Press Online

For your summer adult reading pleasure, part one of four of a science fiction tale by News-Press Copy Editor Ted White...

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Cassidy Hutchinson Is a New Household Name - Falls Church News-Press Online

Cassidy Hutchinson is a new household name. At this week’s hastily called sixth public January 6 Committee hearing, it was a strong, independent minded young woman who stepped up to lay out a massive amount of incriminating evidence based on what was happening in real time from her vantage point inside the White House on the day of the January 6 assault on the nation’s capital.

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Virginians Are Fighting for Women’s Health Care - Falls Church News-Press Online

Virginia U.S. Senator Tim Kaine has been among the cascade of leading lawmakers to react strongly to the U.S. Supreme Court decision last week to overturn the 50-year history of Roe v Wade that permitted a woman’s right to terminate a pregnancy. In his latest statement on the subject, Kaine said, “I am deeply disturbed by last week’s news that the Supreme Court has voted to overturn Roe v. Wade.”

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Editorial: F.C. Must Address ‘Missing Middle’ - Falls Church News-Press Online

In our glowing editorial update on the status of the City of Falls Church last week, inspired by its No. 2 in the entire U.S. rating for health outcomes, we made a passing reference to the need for affordable housing here, noting that much more needs to be done. The main public reaction to all things Falls Church that get reported in the wider media is, “That’s great, but I can’t afford to live there!”