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Weihle-Reston East to Largo Town Center.
After the speeches, after the ribbon-cutting, there was a mad rush to board the first publicly open rail cars that rolled on the Silver Line heading towards Tysons Corner.
Grand opening of the new metro line welcomed by residents.
It was 12:23 p.m. Saturday, July 26 when for the first time, a full Silver Line metro train zoomed from Reston, through Tysons Corner and into the new McLean metro station.
We need Supervisor John Foust to represent us in Congress, a public servant who listens to his constituents and fights for their causes.
I have read both letters to the editor in the July 16, 2014, McLean edition, in which Anne C. Gruner and Macy Anderson, as residents of McLean, enthusiastically endorse Barbara Comstock for Congress.
A recent letter to the editor about Delegate Barbara Comstock claims that she’s focused on job creation and helping struggling college students.