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Holy Transfiguration Melkite Greek Catholic Church in McLean hosts food and fun for families.
Labor Day weekend marks the “unofficial” end of summer and launches the football season.
McLean High students work with the Longfellow Middle School’s debate team and D.C.’s Stanton Elementary to improve students’ public speaking skills.
Public speaking: these two words strike fear in almost anyone, whether 6 years old or 60. McLean High School senior Michelle Ma tackles this fear one child at a time through “The Speak Up Initiative.”
In exchange for rehabilitating the property, the curator gains use of the property and pays no rent.
The Virginia General Assembly enacted legislation in January 2011 to ensure that local jurisdictions establish a Resident Curator Project.
In July, 2015, 104 homes sold between $2,800,000-$134,000 in the McLean and Falls Church area.
McLean Home Sales: July, 2015
Six-foot senior outside hitter is leader of talented Saxons.
Rising senior outside hitter Jessica Donaldson returns to the court for the Langley volleyball team after missing most of her junior year with a knee injury.