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- Week in Great Falls
- Board of Supervisors Recognizes Jacqueline Cheshire
- Fairfax County: Deferring to Noise
- Health Curriculum To More Closely Align with State
- Fairfax County: Police Release Use of Force Review
- Great Falls: Langley Boys’ Soccer Wins First State Championship
- A Record Year for Great Falls Lacrosse
- More Than 100 Join Great Falls Rugby
- Board of Supervisors Honored Langley Swim and Dive
- Great Falls: Langley Boys’ Lax Bounces Back From Historic Loss
- Editorial: Open Letter to Elected Officials and Candidates
- Editorial: Safe Planning for Independence
- Letter: How to Pay for Medicaid Expansion?
- Letter: Concerts on the Green or ‘Meet and Greets’
- Editorial: Overdose Deaths Are Preventable
- Great Falls: ‘Damage Done,’ Now What?
- Transportation Forum Discusses Options and Obstacles
- Neighborhood Outlook: 1,400 Residents Oppose Brooks Farm Redevelopment
- Foust Runs for Re-election
- It’s Time for a “Place”
Historical Society to Hold Great Falls History Trivia Contest and Farmers Market to Serve July 4 Breakfast
Lynne Simmons, of Great Falls, died Tuesday, June 23, 2015 at the age of 72 after a three year battle with multiple myeloma/plasma cytoma cancer.
Great Falls Parks prepare summer activities
On Sunday, June 7 Colvin Run Mill Historic Site was active with several events at the historic park. Colvin Run Mill was in action with grain grinding demonstrations, and visitors could see millers turn corn into meal and grits, or wheat into flour using the now restored, water-powered grist mill.
More than 60 volunteers cleared a new safety trail at Riverbend Park on Saturday, June 13.
To the Editor
State Delegate Ken Plum’s latest commentary on Medicaid expansion (“Political Prospects for Medicaid Expansion,” The Connection, June 4) is not the first time he has written on the subject, but he has yet to explain how Virginia would pay for this.