Falls Church

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The Falls Church (Anglican)
... The Falls Church historically refers to the church in the city of Falls Church, Virginia near Washington, D.C ... The city takes its name from the church, and the church takes its name from its proximity to the Great Falls of the Potomac River at the time of its establishment in 1734 ... After 2006, the name The Falls Church came under dispute after the congregation of The Falls Church divided, effectively creating two congregations - The Falls Church (Anglican) and ...
List Of Companies Headquartered In Northern Virginia - Government Contractors
439 Edge Technologies (Fairfax) General Dynamics (Falls Church) 92 Inhalt Corporation (Fairfax) Integration Technologies Group, Inc ... (Falls Church) ITT Exelis (McLean) 422 Kellogg Brown and Root Services (Arlington) Kiewit Federal Group Inc ... Solutions (Fairfax) Northrop Grumman (Falls Church) 104 Optimized Systems Solutions (Reston) Orbital Sciences (Dulles) Rannoch Corp ...
State Theatre (Falls Church, Virginia)
... The State Theatre is a restaurant and concert venue in Falls Church, Virginia ... The closest Metro station is the East Falls Church Metro station ...
Falls Church, Virginia - Culture and Events
... every summer by the Tinner Hill Heritage Foundation and the City of Falls Church at locations across the city, including Cherry Hill ... New Year's Eve WatchNight Celebration, co-sponsored by the City of Falls Church and the Tinner Hill Heritage Foundation ... Falls Church Farmer's Market is held Saturdays year-round, Jan ...
Luther Jackson Middle School
... Luther Jackson Middle School Address 3020 Gallows Road Falls Church, Virginia 22042 Information School type Public, middle school Motto Great Expectations ...

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