- Native Trees for McLean Neighborhoods
- McLean: Honoring Brave Companions
- McLean: Right of Way to Education?
- McLean: Commission to Hear Sunrise in Fall
- McLean Woman’s Club Holds Wine-Tasting, Kicks Off 50th Homes Tour
- McLean: Best Golf Buddy
- Dragon Boating
- Great Falls: Langley Boys’ Lax Beats McLean in Conference 6 Tournament
- McLean Resident Inducted in U.S. Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame
- Great Falls: Langley’s Shafer Excels at Nova Challenge
- Fairfax County: Support for Police Auditor, Civilian Review Panel
- Editorial: Voting, for Former Felons and Others
- Editorial: Be Part of Our Annual Community Guide
- Letter: Focus on Wind and Solar Power
- Letter: Protect Homeowners, and School Budget
- Senator Kaine Hosts Interfaith Forum
- Lawmakers Wrap-up Richmond Legislative Session
- Editorial: Bad Bills
- Gun Control Compromise
- Murphy vs. Parisot, Double Sequel
Homeowners can improve the environment and contribute to the health of their neighborhood by planting a native tree in their front yard this fall or next spring with the help of the McLean Trees Foundation (MTF).
Paws of Honor provides veterinary care for retired K-9s.
Some of our nation’s security forces receive no benefits upon retirement-- K-9s. Twenty-eight retired K-9s are patients of McLean based 501c not for profit Paws of Honor, which pays 100 percent of its retired K-9s’ veterinary expenses. Paws of Honor opened six months ago, and according to the organization’s founder and president, Bod Youngblood, Paws of Honor expects to serve 60 to 80 dogs by the end of the year.
Decision regarding expansion of Falls Church City school that operates on county land expected this week.
Falls Church Mayor David Tarter crossed county and McLean borders to advocate for the expansion of Mount Daniel Elementary School, a school he called “a cornerstone of our small community.”
Assisted living facility application rescheduled to September.
The Planning Commission has deferred Sunrise’s proposed application to build an assisted living facility at the corner of Kirby and Westmoreland in McLean this September.
Local golf pro’s sidekick is man’s best friend.
Four years ago, local golf pro Kirk Lucas of McLean and his two young daughters strolled into Home Depot and walked out with a new pet. It just so happened that the SPCA , the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, was holding an event at the hardware store. They had brought some pets to Home Depot hoping some shoppers might bring a pet home with them.