- Franklin Sherman to Celebrate Centennial Homecoming Oct. 26
- Regional Nonprofit Forum in McLean
- Marriage Equality in Fairfax and Beyond
- Sarvis: Warner-Gillespie Debate ‘Disappointing’
- Warner, Gillespie Clash in U.S. Senate Debate
- 5K Race Honors Wounded Warriors
- McLean QB Maffei Sets State Record for Completions
- Chantilly Volleyball Beats Defending State Champ
- Langley Volleyball Coach Shifflett Reaches 300 Wins
- Marshall Senior Blackstone Commits to Cornell University
- Rachel's Afghan
- Letter: Honest Like Wolf
- Letter: Voting for Taxes
- Letter: Candidate Who Raises Taxes
- Letter: Questioning Ultrasound
- Comstock's Comfort Zone
- ‘A Personal Touch’
- Neighbors Celebrate Completion of Sidewalk on Dead Run Drive
- Voting Early, Absentee
- New Voter Identification Requirements
As an 84-year-old McLean grandmother, I have found that some delightful surprises often come straight out of the blue. When 12 of our 13 grandchildren were born, I knitted each a baby afghan: blue and white ripples for the boys and pink and white for the girls.
On Oct. 26 Franklin Sherman Elementary in McLean will celebrate Centennial Homecoming. The day begins at 8 a.m. with the Monster Mash Dash – a 5K and family fun run through the streets of McLean.
The 2014 Gannett Regional Nonprofit Forum will be held on Nov. 6, 7:45 a.m. until 2 p.m. at Gannett Worldwide Headquarters, 7950 Jones Branch Drive in McLean.
On Oct. 7, Susan Kirk, of Justice Ventures International (JVI), spoke at the McLean Woman’s Club’s monthly meeting on its programs to end human trafficking in India, China and elsewhere, including the U.S. The areas JVI focuses on are forced prostitution, labor trafficking, extortion and other types of enslavement of vulnerable peoples.
The President’s Own” United States Marine String Quartet performed to an enthusiastic audience of fourth through sixth graders and their teachers at Churchill Road Elementary School on Tuesday, Oct. 7.