- Coming Home to Queen of Peace in Springfield
- ‘Don’t Want to Be Disturbed’
- Fairfax Station: 200 Walk Burke Lake for Nepal Earthquake Victims
- Alexandria: Startup Staffing Agency Earns Awards
- Nearly Half a Billion for Schools, Fire, Police
- Great Falls: Langley Boys’ Soccer Wins First State Championship
- Vienna: Marshall Baseball Earns State Tournament Berth
- Koehl's Career-Best 10 Goals Propel McLean Girls' Lax Past West Potomac
- Vienna: Marshall Boys' Lacrosse Wins First Conference Championship
- McLean Senior Calpin Launches Memorable Home Run
- Editorial: Open Letter to Elected Officials and Candidates
- Editorial: Safe Planning for Independence
- Letter: How to Pay for Medicaid Expansion?
- Editorial: Overdose Deaths Are Preventable
- Letter: Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce's Recent Endorsements
- Neighborhood Outlook: Development and Land Use in McLean
- Foust Runs for Re-election
- Class Sizes, McLean Day, Cookies and Noise
- Letter: Another Honor
- GMU Students Rally to Lower Student Debt
Residents with disabilities move into new group house on Gresham Street.
Ten months ago, the unassuming single-level house on Gresham Street in north Springfield was a private residence. Today it’s the permanent home of four individuals with disabilities, and a fifth is on the way.
To the Editor
State Delegate Ken Plum’s latest commentary on Medicaid expansion (“Political Prospects for Medicaid Expansion,” The Connection, June 4) is not the first time he has written on the subject, but he has yet to explain how Virginia would pay for this.
McLean Community Players to present “Jesus Christ Superstar.”
“A provocative musical story about issues surrounding who can we trust and believe,” said Anne Norland describing “Jesus Christ Superstar,” the McLean Community Players (MCP) summer production.
In May, 2015, 96 homes sold between $3,100,000-$145,100 in the McLean and Falls Church area.
McLean Home Sales: May, 2015
Rebecca Edmiston has had a number of inspiring music teachers in her life, including her mother Pat. They’re big reasons why Edmiston, a graduating senior from Lake Braddock Secondary School, is choosing to attend Liberty University and study to become a music teacher herself.